For those of you whom are regular readers of my blog, you are probably now all aware of the fact that I love pottery! Over the years I have acquired many pieces from vases to ornaments, to whole tea and dinner services. Some things were given as gifts by now, sadly, deceased relatives and these items have sentimental value; a contact with the past and a loving memory. Others appeal because of their colour or style. One of the pottery manufacturers which I do admire is SylvaC Pottery, and I have collected several pieces over the years. One or two pieces I will never part with just because I love them so much!
Sylvac Price and Identifiation Guide by Francis Joseph Publications - Issuu
These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item. Pair of Sylvac polar bear figurines factory marks to base, 7. Sylvac Chimpanzee Monkey and Cat figures Monkey marked to base, height 11 cm; and Seated Black Cat figure, marked to base, height 12 cm. Three various Sylvac dog figures including brown dog, marked , length 16 cm; standing dog, with original paper label attached; and standing Airedale, paper label attached, height 16 cm.
SylvaC with a deliberate capital C at the end is a brand of British ornamental pottery characterised primarily by figurines of animals and Toby Jugs. The SylvaC company briefly ceased production in although production of SylvaC pieces was resumed in by the current trademark holder Norman Williams. The company was founded in by William Copestake and William Shaw. They gave their names to the fledgling company - Shaw and Copestake. Copestake left in , however, and Richard Hull became Shaw's partner.
There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. Famous for figurines of animals, SylvaC Pottery is decorative, delicate and among the most popular collectable ceramics today. Cute figures of dogs and rabbits are the most popular among fans of SylvaC, while Toby jugs and vases are also highly collectable and, if you can find a rare piece, it could be worth a lot of money. Production of the popular pottery stopped in It can be difficult to date SylvaC because records of styles and dates of production were destroyed when the company stopped trading.
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