Claire Woodall Dartington dish
Claire Woodall Dartington dish (front)
Claire Woodall Dartington dish (mark)
Dart eggcup
Dart eggcup (mark)
Dart glaze test pot
Dart jug
Dart jug (mark)
Dart mug
Dart mug (mark)
Dartington beaker
Dartington beaker (mark)
Dartington Black Rose casserole
Dartington Black Rose casserole (base)
Dartington Black Rose jug
Dartington Black Rose jug (mark)
Dartington Black Rose teapot
Dartington Black Rose teapot (base)
Dartington bottle vase
Dartington bottle vase (mark)
Dartington Leopard jug
Dartington Leopard jug (mark)
Dartington mug
Dartington mug (mark)
Dartington Peacock lamp
Dartington Peacock lamp (mark)
Dartington plant pot
Dartington plant pot (mark)
Dartington Poppy jug
Dartington Poppy jug (mark)
Dartington Poppy vase
Dartington Poppy vase (mark)
Dartington teapot
Dartington teapot (mark)
Dartington vase
Dartington vase (mark)
Elliptical Dartington vase
Elliptical Dartington vase (marks)
Janice Tchalenko Black Rose bowl
Janice Tchalenko Black Rose bowl (base)
Janice Tchalenko black rose jug
Janice Tchalenko black rose jug (mark)
Large Dartington jug
Large Dartington jug (mark)
Large Dartington Paintbox lamp
Large Dartington Paintbox lamp (mark)
Large Dartington Poppy jug
Large Dartington Poppy jug (back)
Large Dartington Poppy jug (mark)
Large Dartington vase
Large Dartington vase (mark)
Lidded Dartington jar
Lidded Dartington jar (mark)
Oval Dartington dish
Oval Dartington dish (mark)
Small Dartington jug
Small Dartington jug (mark)
Square Dartington bowl
Square Dartington bowl (bowl)
Square Dartington dish
Square Dartington dish (mark)
Square Dartington dish (underside)
Tchalenko Umbrellas bowl
Tchalenko Umbrellas bowl (base)

Dartington Pottery

The Dartington Pottery Training Workshop, now known as Dart Pottery or Dartington Pottery, was set up in 1975 in South Devon. David Leach had the idea of forming a 'community workshop' in 1972. His father had worked at the site in the 1930s. Marianne De Trey worked there until the early 1980s.

The pottery was bought out by Peter Cook, Stephen Course and Peter Hazell in 1984, and is now run by Sue Cook and Stephen Course, who employ around fifteen people. Janice Tchalenko and Tavs Jorgensen have strong connections, providing designs to augment those that originate from within the company.


 
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