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School of Art

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School of Art
Aberystwyth University
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Display artist/maker:

J Bourne & Son

   Active: 1806 - to present day

J. Bourne & Son was a pottery established at Denby, Derbyshire, by William Bourne in 1806 and managed by his son Joseph Bourne. During the nineteenth century the pottery manufactured utilitarian salt-glazed stonewares but by the 1920s it had started to produce the more decorative 'Danesby' stoneware including the ranges 'Electric Blue', 'Orient Ware' and 'Regent Pastel'. Such designs were further enhanced during the 1930s by the appointment of designers such as Donald Gilbert, 1934, Alice Teichner and, after the war, by Glyn Colledge (1922-2000), 1950, the latter producing the 'Glyn Ware', 'Glynbourne', 'Glyndebourne', and 'Cheviot' ranges. The buisness is now known as the Denby Pottery Company

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

['Edensor' bowl] C369 Ceramics

['Longstone' bowl] C368 Ceramics

['Tideswell' vase] C367 Ceramics