Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Denby Pitcher Q: I have a little pitcher with this mark on the bottom. Can you tell me who made it and how old it is?

A: Denby Pottery was established by William Bourne in Denby, Derbyshire, England, in 1809. His son, Joseph Bourne, took over the business in 1812. The pottery is still in business as Joseph Bourne & Son Ltd. This mark was used on Denby stoneware c.1950-1975. The signature underneath the mark is "A. Colledge." Albert Colledge designed this Flair pattern with his son in 1953. You probably have a cream pitcher. One recently sold for $10.

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