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Elton Ware The Pottery of Sir Edmund Elton

by Malcolm Haslan

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Published by Richard Dennis Publications Dist .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiques & collectables: ceramics & glass,
  • Individual artists,
  • Silver, Gold & Other Metals,
  • Criticism and interpretation,
  • Antiques & Collectibles,
  • Antiques / Collectibles,
  • Pottery, English,
  • Antiques/Collectibles,
  • Pottery & Ceramics,
  • Elton, Edmund,,
  • General,
  • Antiques & Collectibles / General,
  • Elton, Edmund,
  • 20th century,
  • Sir,,
  • 1846-1920,
  • 19th century

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8289648M
    ISBN 100903685256
    ISBN 109780903685252
    OCLC/WorldCa26404038

      Sir Edmund Harry Elton, 8th Baronet was an English inventor and studio potter noted for his production of Elton Ware at the Clevedon Elton Sunflower Pottery. Development of contemporary British ceramics.   The Radical Eye: photographs from the Sir Elton John collection – in pictures Highlights from Sir Elton’s hoard of more than 7, modernist prints, now on show at Tate Modern Gallery.

    Edmund Elton was born on February 5, in Preston, Lancashire, England as Edmund James Elton. He was an actor, known for Romeo and Juliet (), The Mystery of the Yellow Room () and Abe Lincoln in Illinois (). He was married to Bertha Boardman. Dignified British-born stage actor Edmund Elton appeared in the original Broadway production of Rex Beach's The Spoilers back in Moonlighting in movies between stage work, Elton also played Capulet in the Metro version of Romeo and Juliet (), but his main screen career came in the s and '40s when he turned up in such diverse fare Born:

      Edmund Harry Elton, an Elton Ware, Sunflower Pottery art pottery vase, In Decorative Arts and Design. Edmund Harry Elton, an Elton Ware, Sunflower Pottery art pottery vase, flared baluster form with a raised floral specimen over marbled blue and green glaze, signed, 15cm high. The Elton’s played a large part in the development of Clevedon from a small farming community to a select Victorian resort. Through Sir Charles Elton, the poets Tennyson and Thackeray came to know Clevedon, and his grandson, Sir Edmund, was the maker and designer of Elton Ware pottery.


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Bottle 'Elton Ware' Made by Edmund Harry Elton, Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset, England, ca Mark: 'Elton', painted Lead-glazed earthenware with raised slip decoration. Given by Sir Edmund Elton, Bart [23/05/] Production Note. Made at the Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court.

Materials. Earthenware. Techniques. Wheel. Elton ware, also known as Sunflower pottery, was produced at a small scale art pottery established by Sir Edmund Elton in pottery began manufacturing Elton ware inand continued to do so until The pottery produced a plethora of attractive art wares, often highly glazed and slip-decorated, featuring incised botanical designs.

'Elton Ware' vase, earthenware with gold over green crackled metallic glaze and platinum interior, made by Edmund Harry Elton, Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset, ca. Museum Number Buy the Paperback Book Elton Ware The Pottery of Sir Edmund Elton by Malcolm Haslan atCanada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. elton ware: the pottery of sir edmund elton by malcolm haslam, published by richard dennis publications. 60pp, 18 colour plates, 40 black and white illustrations.

rrp: £15, softback. a detailed account of the somerset potter, sir edmund elton, and his work. free postage within the uk.

check out my other items. The clock tower was given to the town in the late 19th century by Sir Charles Elton to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and is decorated with Elton Ware pottery tiles, and an image of Father Time, also made from Elton Ware pottery, provided by his grandson Sir Edmund Elton, both residents of nearby Clevedon Court.

At the base Location: Clevedon, North Somerset. Sir Edmund Harry Elton. Elton Ware Vase. George Masters. Gold Crackle Vase. The History Of The Elton Pottery Clevedon.

We are constantly updating any archieve material that can be found on the potteries that we show. any new information will be gladly received, to share with fellow collectors.

Elton ware designed by Sir Edmund Elton, baronet, at The Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset, England by J. E Panton | 1 Jan Unknown Binding. Buy Elton ware designed by Sir Edmund Elton, baronet, at The Sunflower Pottery, Clevedon Court, Somerset, England by Panton, J. E (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. E Panton. 7 Jan - To well-seasoned or novice collectors, determining a maker or origin of a piece can be very confusing if it is outside their normal area of interest.

Any markings that can be found can often help unravel the mystery—if you know what the marks mean. If you don’t, however, they can lead you astray and cost you a lot of money. See more ideas about Antique books, Book art and 29 pins.

Sir Edmund's }peat success and favourite occupation was the formation of Elton Ware. Many years ago when quite a young man various circumstances led him to the idea of pottery. He started by going down to the local brickwoiks, and made him- self master of all.

details of the manufacture. Art Collection Ready Victorian Antique Elton Ware Sir Edmund Elton Original Pottery 3 Handle Pitcher Sunflower Relief Drip Glaze Earthenware LakeViewVintageDecor 5 out of 5 stars (65) $ 1, Favorite. Add to this that the author refutes Elton Johns view of his childhood and it almost seems like the author dislikes his subject, which brings me back to my first sentence.

I'm sure that this book supply's many of the facts about Elton's life but it is poorly written and it's judgmental tone made me feel more than a /5(10). Elton Ware Eltonware) Vase - British Art Pottery - Arts And Crafts for Sale, BEST OFFER or Auction» 26d 23h 9m (time left) Price: Your local currency» Elton Ware Book - The Pottery of Sir Edmund Elton by Malcolm Haslam for Sale, BEST OFFER or Auction».

This is a sensitive and articulated unauthorised biography of Elton John. In fact Elton has favorably stated that this is quite an accurate account of his life. Only Elton can fill in the gaps. For compelling reading by Philip Norman and for a great insight to the life of a legendary music star/5.

Edmund Elton, Actor: Romeo and Juliet. Edmund Elton was born on February 5, in Preston, Lancashire, England as Edmund James Elton. He was an actor, known for Romeo and Juliet (), The Mystery of the Yellow Room () and Abe Lincoln in Illinois ().

He was married to Bertha Boardman. He died on January 4, in Los Angeles, California, tion: Actor. Book List - Richard Dennis Publications. Search for: Browse Categories. Glass; Ceramics Displaying of Items DOULTON STUDIO NOTES.

pp, 26 colour plates. Cloth details £ ELTON WARE - The Pottery of Sir Edmund Elton. 60pp, 18 colour plates and 40 black and white illustrations.

Softback details £ ERCOL. SECOND.Sir Edmund Elton ( - ) The Elton family purchased Clevedon Courtin the 18th century passing it around their extended family due to a lack of direct heirs.

There were in the family at one time 5 Abraham Eltons, all brothers and numbered 1 - V. Edmund, exceptionally, did produce heirs, but principally devoted himself to pottery and to the.Sir Edmund Harry Elton, 8th Baronet (3 May – 17 July ) was an English inventor and studio potter noted for his production of Elton Ware at the Clevedon Elton Sunflower Pottery.

The ceramic artist William Fishley Holland joined the pottery after the death of Sir Edmund Elton inand started his own pottery near Clevedon Court on.