On offer is a nice piece of vintage Poole Delphis pottery.
The Delphis range was heavily influenced by modern design and was introduced by the manager of Poole's 'making department' potter Guy Sydenham in conjunction with company designer, Robert Jefferson.
Delphis wares are often bright and jazzy in colour and design.
Each design is made by using a black wax resist with freely drawn lines - and then filled with vibrantly coloured glazes.
The decoration on this attractive oblong shaped dish is very painterly in feel. To me, it looks like a little Still-Life image - with abstract fruits.
The oblong dish is just 7 x 4 inches.
Fully marked to the back, as photographed.
I think that this mark is for Beverley Mantel who worked at Poole only for a very short period between 1974-75
In good vintage condition with no chips or cracks - any bright white marks in my photographs are not on the plates, these are just reflections caused by the very glossy glaze on each plate.
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