Learn about Ashby Potters' Guild

Ashby Potters' Guild was an English studio pottery that opened at Woodville, Derbyshire in 1909, established by Pascoe Tunnicliffe. It closed in 1922 when it merged with the Ault Faience Pottery to form Ault and Tunnicliffe. Ashby Potters' Guild was active in the production of high end decorative wares.
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Ashby Guild Arts & Crafts ceramic vase pink and aqua glaze English, c. 1910 21 cm high, 11 cm deep

Arts and Crafts vase. Ashby Potters Guild (1909-1922). Buff earthenware baluster vase, blue with cream mottled and streaked glaze. Impressed in oval to base 'Ashby Guild.'. Height 20 cm

Ashby Potters Guild Deep Red Glaze Effects Small Vase with a very fine crack to upper body. Impressed oval mark. Height 13.8 cm