Vintage Ginnie Bamford Pottery Mug/Tankard, Hand Made Pottery Studio 1980 to 1995.

By Redruth Collectables From United Kingdom

Price £14.99
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Vintage Ginnie Bamford hand made pottery mug/tankard. The Sloop Crafts Market, St Ives Cornwall. Multi colours of Blue, brown, cream, green, gold and purple geometric art design slip glaze on a red earthenware body. Condition: New unused, excellent with no damage. Ginnie Bamford (GB) seal marks and paper label on the base rim under handle.Date/Circa 1980 - 1995. Ideal for coffee, tea or other hot/cold beverages.

We have two for sale and sold seperatly.

Approx demensions: 4 inch (10.2 cm) high x 3 inch (7.6 cm) wide x 4 inch (10.2 cm) in depth from front of mug to back of handle.


Ginnie Bamford has been a long time potter working from the Sloop Craft Market in St Ives, producing beautiful, simple tableware, hand turned and decorated in quiet, floral designs. Though working and exhibiting from her Pottery workshop until retirement in 2004, her commissioned work has meant travelling around Cornwall for exhibition and display in museums and galleries. Her table settings have been used for museum purposes such as the dining room at Pendennis Castle, and in National Trust Properties. Simone Slater took over her workshop in 2005, selling a variety of ceramics and some jewellery.

In Truro in the 1980s and '90s she was part of the exhibition and sales group of the Guild of Ten craft workers.

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