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Fulham Potteries Glazes


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#1 Florence



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Posted 24 February 2014 - 11:45 AM

I work in an Art department in a school and today I discovered a selection on unopened glazes from the Fulham Potteries.
Does anyone know if these glazes are collectables or have a historic value?

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#2 High Bridge Pottery

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 03:06 PM

Are they in a brown paper bag? I had a glaze that I think was a Fulham pottery glaze but I can't remember exactly. Anyway it came in a brown paper bag. Tried mixing it with water but it just failed at becoming anything other than a solid rock.


Somebody may give it some value but I wouldn't expect much. They will probably be more interested in the packaging if it is the same as the one I received than the actual glaze.

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#3 Chilly


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Posted 24 February 2014 - 04:34 PM

I believe Fulham were taken over by/incorporated into Potterycrafts. Not sure if their glazes are any better, but PCs earthenware glazes settle in the pots, and the shape of the pots makes stirring really difficult.




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