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Spear Shaped Sweet Dishes, shape number 82, 24cm long, clockwise from 9 o'clock Irene Kerton 1968-1969,  Angela Wyburgh in 1968, Carol Cutler between 1969 and 1971, Carolyn Bartlett 1966, and Vallerie Pullen 1974-1975.  Center, small trapezoid pin dishes, shape number 41, 9cm across, Gillian Taylor 1971-72, and Ingrid Hammond 1971-73

 

 

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Jean Millership 1966-1969

Irene Kerton 1968-1969

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Delphis shape number 5, 14 inch (36cm) plates

 

These round plates were at first hand-thrown to produce a quite bowl-like shape, 

but as production increased they were later cast in moulds.

 

 

 

 

Delphis shape number 4, 10 inch (26cm) plates

 

 

 

 

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Unsigned, blue mark 1966

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Shirley Campbell 1966-69

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Carolyn Bartlett 1966

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Carole Holden 1966-69

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Unsigned, studio TV mark 1962-64

 

Pamela Bevans 1970

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Christine Tate 1964-1970

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Unknown JOC Mark

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Jean Millership 1966-1969

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Carole Holden 1966-1969

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Patricia Wells 1959-1973

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Patricia Churchouse 1962-1965

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Unsigned, studio TV mark 1962-64

 

Jean Millership 1966-1969

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Christine Tate 1964-1970

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Janet Laird 1969-1974

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Patricia Wells 1959-1973

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Margaret Anderson 1966-67

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Unsigned, blue mark 1966

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Patricia Wells 1959-1973

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Sally Murch 1968-69

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Delphis shape number 3, 8 inch (20cm) plates

 

 

 

 

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Oblong Pin Dishes Shape No. 316 (18cm long). 

Left to right: Jean Millership 1966-69, Angela Wyburgh 1968, Pamela Bevans 1970, Jean Millership 1966-69, and Carol Cutler 1969-76.

 

 

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Large trapezoid pin dishes shape number 81 (16cm across).  Three painted by Jean Millership, one by Carolyn Bartlett and one with an   unidentified JOC mark.

 

 

 

 

 

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Two Plates Painted by Sarah Worrell 1970

Shield shaped plate, shape no. 91 (30cm long) and pin dish shape no. 49 (12.5cm diameter)

 

Once you've seen a few Delphis pots, you start to see that individual decorators were able to develop their own individual styles and themes.  There are many examples of this, and some can be seen on this site.  For example, Sarah Worrell painted the there two dishes.  Likewise, the rectangular pin dishes above, painted by Carol Cutler shares a similar style and the same motifs, that can be seen on many other plates and vases which she decorated.

 

 

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Heptagonal Delphis plates, shape no. 42 (15cm),

Left to right, Jeannette Spode 1973-74, Pamela Bevans 1970 and Jeannette Spode 1973-74

 

 

 

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