I was so excited to find all this pottery on one stall at Lincoln Antiques Fair last week. I needed a friend to help me back to the car there's so much of it.
Some closer views of the same nicest pots
Apparently they found their way to the stall holder via a job-lot at auction and I think they must have come from a collector with a special preference for blue. From left to right; bowl 688/OR Ruth Gough 1927-34; lidded preserve pot 287/OR unknown decorators mark, but stamped with mark no.11(1921-34) and with a grey glaze likely to date from the early 1920's; bowl 972/HH Ethel Barratt 1922-27; and vase 587/VW Anne Hatchard 1918-late 50’s.
These are both unusual shapes I think and complete with matching lids. Shallow lidded bowl 505/CU Ethel Barratt 1922-27; and deeper lidded bowl 497/TO unknown decorators mark (same mark as OR preserve pot above) stamped mark no.13. (1922-34) likely to be from early 1920's.