Cobham Pottery

The Cobham Pottery operated from 1947 to 1956. It was founded and run by Douglas Zadek, friend and ex-colleague of Bernard Leach.

Various potters worked with him during the nine years, including Benny Sirota, one of the co-founders of Troika.

The earthenware pots were slip decorated in simple attractive designs.

Zadek continued to pot after the closure of Cobham Pottery, using his DZ mark.

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