Big Colledge tankard - 1
Big Colledge tankard - 1 (mark)
Big Colledge tankard - 2
Big Colledge tankard - 2 (mark)
Decorated bowl with handles
Decorated bowl with handles II
Decorated bowl with handles II (base)
Denby Glyn Colledge bowl
Denby Glyn Colledge bowl (mark)
Denby Glyn Colledge pitcher
Denby Glyn Colledge pitcher (base)
Denby handled shallow bowl
Denby handled shallow bowl (mark)
Denby handled shallow bowl II
Denby handled shallow bowl II (mark)
Glyn Colledge bowl
Glyn Colledge bowl (mark)
Glyn Colledge bowl (profile)
Glyn Colledge Denby jug
Glyn Colledge dish
Glyn Colledge dish (mark)
Glyn Colledge floral jug
Glyn Colledge floral jug (mark)
Glyn Colledge footed dish
Glyn Colledge footed dish (mark)
Glyn Colledge hunting mug
Glyn Colledge hunting mug (mark)
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard (base)
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard II
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard II (back)
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard II (base)
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard III
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard III (back)
Glyn Colledge hunting tankard III (base)
Glyn Colledge jug
Glyn Colledge jug (mark)
Glyn Colledge mug
Glyn Colledge mug (mark)
Glyn Colledge mugs
Glyn Colledge mugs (mark)
Glyn Colledge picture dish
Glyn Colledge picture dish (mark)
Glyndebourne vase
Glyndebourne vase (mark)
Large Colledge vase with wheat design
Large Colledge vase with wheat design (mark)
Large Glyn Colledge jug
Large Glyn Colledge jug (mark)
Long Glyn Colledge bowl
Long Glyn Colledge bowl (marks)
Round Glyn Colledge jug
Round Glyn Colledge jug (mark)

Glyn Colledge

Glyn Colledge (born July 23, 1922) took over the running of the hand-decorated stonewares department at Denby from his father, Albert, in 1950. The established Danesby Ware range was renamed Glyn Ware to mark the occasion.

A new range, Glynbourne, was introduced in the 1960s. Very early pieces had the Colledge signature incised, but this was replaced by an applied signature due to firing difficulties. Glyn would hold the piece above his head in his right hand and sign it by brush with his left. By the 1970s the signature disappeared altogether.

Colledge was influenced by Donald Gilbert, but his own influence in the post-war years was considerable and he is probably Denby's best known designer.

After his retirement from Denby in 1983 Glyn continued to produce studio pottery from his home. He died September 9, 2000, at the age of seventy-eight.


 
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