1970s Tremar pottery wine cups

1970s Tremar pottery wine cups

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Nice little set of wine 6 cups in a greenish- cream glaze with an orange / brown motif featuring the word 'wine' and a boat decoration in relief . some are stamped on the base 'Tremar ' but not all. In good condition no chips or cracks ( a few have some flea bites out the bottom- see picture, but are not visible when the cup is on the table)Height 7cms, width 5.5cms.
There are 2 sets of 6 available. Happy to combine postage and refund any postage over payment.

Tremar pottery located near Liskeard in Cornwall England, began in the early 1960s. A small pottery studio opened by Roger Birkett, then a part-time art
teacher, with his wife Doreen, Mrs Lampshire and a thirteen year old odd job boy. This was a humble beginning but the enterprise expanded and functioned very successfully for twenty years. The 1960s was a time when craft potteries started mainly as studios and developed into semi industrialised enterprises

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