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Bilston and Bradley Potteries

Examples of Myatt Pottery 
in the Wolverhampton City Council's collection
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All the photographs on this page have been provided by courtesy of Wolverhampton City Council Arts and Museum Service and are their copyright.  They must not be downloaded or copied in any way.  The notes were written by Frank Sharman on the basis of work done by Francesca Cambridge.  Neither Ms Cambridge nor anyone at the city council is responsible for the contents of the notes.  All items are in earthenware. Remember that the colour rendering may not be accurate, not least because your graphics board and monitor may differ from mine!

 

Fern Pot Fern pot or cache pot in green glaze with decoration of leaves and birds.
Fern pot or cache pot in green glaze decorated with a band of leaves.

Fern Pot

Marks Marks on the base of the top cache pot (above).  The lower squiggle is indecipherable: it might be an attempt at "Bilston", using a long s. But by comparison with a pot shown below it is more likely to be B Iser, with a long s.  There is an impressed mark by the upper right kiln mark.
Impressed mark appearing on both the cache pots above.

Impressed Mark

Large Bowl Large bowl (one handle missing) in green glaze, with basketwork ground and leaf decoration.
Vase in turquoise glaze, fluted classical form with three masks at the shoulder.

Vase

Fern Pot Fern pot or cache pot in green glaze, decorated with a design of leaves.
Fern pot or cache pot in green glaze, decorated with a design of leaves and birds.

Fern Pot

Underside of Pot The underside of the pot above, showing the incised words "Myatt" and "Karl Iser".
Vase in lustrous turquoise glaze, in classical form with frilled top.

Vase

Flower Basket

Flower basket in olive glaze, with handle moulded as a branch, the body heavily textured and with applied flower and leaf decoration.

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