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Verwood and district potteries

David Algar

Verwood and district potteries

a Dorset industry

by David Algar

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Published by C. J. Newsome in Ringwood .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby David Algar, Anthony Light & Penny Trehane.
ContributionsLight, A., Trehane, Penny.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20625643M
ISBN 100906742005

A full guide to Verwood, Dorset. Search Verwood restaurants, accommodation, attractions, Pubs, Shops, Clubs, Doctors, Dentists, schools. Home Today Book Hotels Search Brick making and pottery were responsible for the growth of the area and its separation from Cranborne. The coming of the railway in helped to bring the new. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.

Verwood has changed dramatically over the past few decades and has grown from a widespread series of tiny hamlets to what is reputed to be Europe’s fastest growing town and even now has been earmarked for further expansion in the future. Using extracts and original photographs from Jill Coulthard’s excellent book “Verwood Village to Town. Verwood, originally known as 'Fayrewood' was first recorded in The land, cleared in the Middle Ages for agriculture, was found to contain clay, and consequently a pottery industry developed. At one time there were over 30 kilns but the last commercial pottery ceased production in and today only three sites remain.

Books in large print are available for those with poor eyesight. Dental Verwood 11 The Old Pottery, Manor Way, Verwood Tel: Mrs. E. . Verwood is a fast-growing town with the population now topp*. The Old Pottery lies at the very centre of Verwood, easily accessed directly from the main Ringwood Road. Verwood itself enjoys excellent road links with the major towns on the central south coast.


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The Verwood & District Potteries Trust was set up seventeen years ago by a group of ordinary people who wanted to investigate the east Dorset pottery industry. The Trust has grown and now the members' interests encompass all the heathland industries and local history.

Pottery Identification Day at the Priest House Museum, Wimborne. Dorset Country Pottery traces the history of the industry, people, and pots of the Verwood kilns, which were still firing using traditional methods until Now, much sought after by collectors, their distinctive pieces are admired for their classic lines, rich glazes, and rustic beauty, as well as their place in the history of Dorset and : Jo Draper, Penny Copland-Griffiths.

VERWOOD AND DISTRICT POTTERIES TRUST(THE) - Free Company Check: financial information, company documents, company directors and board members, contact details, registered office, contacts, map, nature of business, cash at bank, fixed assets, current assets, current liabilities, debtors, due diligence, street view.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction --The place: heathland and woods --The start of the kilns --The eighteenth century --The nineteenth century --The twentieth century --Making and selling the pottery --Jugs and costrels --Bread bins, pans and dairy work --Bowls, chamber pots and garden wares.

Be the first to write a review for The Verwood and District Potteries Trust. Share your experience. Rating. Submit review. Nearby similar companies. S R Pottow & Son mi Details. EAST FARM BA12 0JG Knook G H Osborne & Son mi Details. MANOR FARM BA12 7AD Tytherington Victor E Sidford. Verwood is a town and civil parish in eastern Dorset, England.

The town lies 15 miles (24 km) north of Bournemouth and 19 miles (31 km) north of civil parish comprises the town of Verwood together with the extended village of Three Legged Cross, and has a population of 15, according to latest figures () from Dorset County Council. Buy Dorset Country Pottery: The Kilns of the Verwood District First Edition by Draper, Jo, Copland-Griffiths, Penny (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Algar, David, Anthony Light and Penny Copland-Griffiths. () Verwood and District Potteries: A Dorset Industry. Second Edition, The Verwood & District Potteries Trust.

Allan, J. () "Imported Pottery in South-West England, c. " Medieval Ceramics Allan, J. () Medieval and Post-Medieval Finds from Exeter, The last pottery, at Cross Roads, in the middle of Verwood didn't close down untiland continued to make plain traditional earthenware pots right up to the end.

Their most famous product was the Dorset Owl or Costrel - a flask with ear-like lugs, used by labourers for taking cider or. The name Verwood or Fairwood is known fromand is recorded as early as as Beubos or Beau Bois - the same name but French.

Until Verwood didn't even exist as a parish - Alderholt and Verwood were part of the huge parish of Cranborne. Title: Dorset Country Pottery: The Kilns of the Verwood District Author Name: Draper, Jo / Copland-Griffiths, Penny Categories: Antiques & Collectables, Edition: First Edition Publisher: Wiltshire, The Crowood Press Ltd: Wiltshire, The Crowood Press Ltd:   'Dorset Owl' harvest bottle, earthenware with partial lead glaze.

English, made in Verwood in Dorset, ca. Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no) Algar, D., et al., The Verwood and District Potteries, Labels and date. Harvest bottle "Dorset Owl" Made in Verwood, Dorset, about Earthenware with partial.

The Directory gives sixteen broom-makers at Verwood, a large number for such a small place. Luckily one of the last of them was interviewed in A report of the interview with Mr.

John Haskell including a description of the broom-making process was published in the Dorset Year Book The craft continued into the early 's with Alfred Sims still making besoms in but it. The East Dorset Pottery Industry, known collectively as “VERWOOD POTTERY” thrived from earliest time on the clay soils of the neighbourhood and with ample firing material close at hand.

The major production was of domestic earthenware although finer and. Out of all the British Country Potteries, Verwood Crossroads was the only one to survive to the end without any form of mechanisation. The contemporary potter and author Andrew McGarva in his recent book "Country Pottery" published by A.

& C. Black, describes it as unique in this respect. It is therefore of national as well as local importance. This book is a of information and photos about the pottery. Dorset Country Pottery: The Kilns of the Verwood District by Jo Draper, Penny Co | eBay Skip to main content. Dorset Country Pottery: The Kilns of the Verwood District by Draper, Jo; Copland-Griffiths, Penny and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at INTRODUCTION.

Verwood did not. become a Civic Parish until when the Local Government Board transferred it from Cranborne, one of the largest parishes in Dorset.

Any earlier history, therefore, can only be found under 'Cranborne Chase'. This was connected with the New Forest and extended to Salisbury, Wilton, Tisbury, Kingsettle, Blandford, Wimborne Minster, Ringwood and Fordingbridge. High quality Verwood sand was taken to South Wales for use in the glass and brickmaking industries.

It was also used for the construction of Mulberry Harbours in WWII. The railway line and station closed in to the natural regret of the local population.

The last pottery at. The Photgraph shows one of Verwood's higlers' distibuting Verwood Pottery. A remembered Sunday School Superintendent was Mr.

Charles Hibbard, a white-bearded cobbler, who worked in his cottage on Dewlands Common. He used a hymn book as an implement of correction as well as an aid to worship. Verwood East Dorset UK - Community Website with information on Events and Activities including Arts, Leisure, Entertainment and Exhibitions in East Dorset UK plus historical, local crafts and communication information and site links in the Verwood area.Required Cookies & Technologies.

Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.

The pottery industry in Verwood has a long history. Clay from the area around what is now Verwood was used in Roman potteries that were scattered around Hampshire.

The sandy soil in the Verwood area lies above a layer of clay, and this layer .