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British Ceramics and Australian Pottery

Australian Pottery, Royal Doulton, Royal Winton, Carlton Ware, British Ceramics,.Clarice Cliff.

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Royal Doulton Coaching Days

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Comment by Eclectic Ave. on March 2, 2009 at 5:28pm
Hi Bruce. I am glad I found you :) I need help with these pieces of Royal Winton Grimwades I acquired at a sale. Could you tell me what is the pattern and how old these pieces are?

Thank you in advance for your help.
Sharon

Comment by Bruce Nichol of Nicholnack art in pottery on February 20, 2009 at 5:47pm
Thank you Diane - if you have any queries please put them up for us for discussion - Regards Bruce
Comment by Luv2LuvAntiques on February 20, 2009 at 10:17am
Hi Bruce! I've added your website to my favorites! :O)
Comment by Bruce Nichol of Nicholnack art in pottery on February 10, 2009 at 4:36am
Comment by Bruce Nichol of Nicholnack art in pottery on February 10, 2009 at 4:25am
Early in 2001 found myself doing a job that I loathed, I had a two year old son and I was trapped on the tread mill of drudgery, I needed a change. I had been buying the odd item off eBay so I decided that I would put $2000 of my hard earned wages aside and see if it was viable to make a living from my passion of art in pottery. With in six months I gave up the job I hated and went full time. While I still buy and sell on eBay I now have my own web site – Nicholnack art in pottery.

I deal mainly in British Ceramics of the twentieth century and I specialize in Royal Doulton, Carlton Ware, Australian pottery and to a lesser extent in Clarice Cliff, Maling, Amphora and Royal Winton. Where I differ from the typical dealer is that I don’t really bother to collect the items myself; when I began dealing I quickly learned that I could only afford to deal and not to collect. What I do collect are photos and the information I have gleaned over the years. This is my passion. I am happy when I buy an item and then just as happy when I sell it. I now host this information and many of my photos in the Nicholnack fact files which is part of my website.

With the help of Dianne I am building this group regarding British Ceramaics and Australian Pottery. It is my hope that I can link with like minded people and we can build a community which will inspire us all and build our knowledge. If sometimes I am a bit slow to get on line; please understand that I am a house dad and my oldest son is a special needs child.

If you would like to check out my fact files just follow the links below. I have stacks of information that I would love to share with like minded people.

These Links will take you to my indiviual factfiles -

Royal Doulton - General
Royal Doulton Dickens Ware
Royal Doulton Coaching Days
Royal Doulton Fox Hunting
Royal Doulton Under the Greenwood Tree
Royal Doulton Sir Roger de Coverley
Royal Doulton Romany
Royal Doulton Ploughing
Royal Doulton Country Garden
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Royal Doulton Shapes
Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on February 9, 2009 at 12:46pm


From Bruce's Carleton Ware Collection:It is my pleasure to present for consideration a large and magnificent W&R Carlton Ware Baluster Vase hand decorated with the “Orange Embossed” pattern. The ground is a vibrant violet lustre wash over white ground with an ornate fruit freeze around both the base and the mouth rim.
Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on February 9, 2009 at 12:43pm


From Bruce's Australian Pottery Collection: It is my pleasure to present this large and prestigious Campbell twin handle vase drip glazed in a soft gum leaf green with a vibrant amber and cream poured over the top. There are also srinkles of a vibrant rust red around the top quarter and rim of the vase.
Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on February 9, 2009 at 12:41pm


Photo from Bruce's Collection: Presented here for consideration is a PRISTINE Royal Doulton Zunday Zmocks New Barton Hot Water or Coffee pot.
 

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