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Where can I buy vintage Poole Pottery?

yay retro! is the place to come to buy vintage Poole Pottery. We hand select the very best in Poole's Streamline and Freeform designs from the 1940s onwards, concentrating on the most popular colours or rarer patterns. We also have the odd bit of Poole Contour tableware in stock from time to time too.

Right now we have a great selection of Ice Green Poole Pottery in both the C57 Ice Green/Seagull 1930s - 81 and C96 Ice Green/Mushroom 1953-65 colour-ways. These are the most sought after glazes by Poole as the pastel tones means they are easy to match with other contemporary pieces of tableware. Take for example this wonderful Poole Streamline teapot in ice green and mushroom - the perfect gift for any lover of Poole Pottery, this is sure to be a centrepiece to their collection.



We also sell Poole Pottery cups, saucers, tea plates, jugs and sugar bowls.

At the moment we have a wonderful and very rare Poole pottery cruet set for sale. This is from our personal collection which we are having to sadly downsize...Rarely seen as a complete set, the wonderful salt, pepper & mustard pot set below is a delight for any avid Poole Pottery lover. The set stands on a 'peapod' shaped base and is decorated in Ruth Pavely's 'Tears' pattern. This was created for Poole's 'Contemporary Pattern, Tableware Fancies' range in the 1950s. The cruet set has off-white pots with an ice green base and lid to the mustard pot. The hand-painted pattern is in ice green, blue and red. This is truly gorgeous and is sure to be admired by all at your dinner table. Would make the perfect Birthday or Christmas gift!



Another hot favourite in the yay retro! shop would be this Freeform dish in the rarer C95 Red Indian/Magnolia glaze c1953-58.  We adore the curvaceous shape of this mid century modern piece of pottery. Again a gift worthy piece of 1950s tableware!



Why not pop into the yay retro! shop now and search 'Poole'? We will combine postage for you wherever we can.

We also have an interesting page in the yay retro! Retropedia about Poole Pottery, this is full of information and photos. Click here to have a read.




 
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