Poole Pottery Marks. The name Delphis has become associated with the standard range of shapes and designs produced by the new Craft Section at Poole Pottery which was opened in May 1966. Usually when someone says "not marked, but I think it’s Poole" – it isn’t! See more ideas about pottery marks, pottery, ceramics. There is no other pottery which has more consistently reflected the spirit of its age; from the art deco designs of the 1920's and 1930's to the clean modernist lines of the 1950's and the experimental work of the pop art era. Poole Pottery Marks from the 1940s to 1970s. Raku and stoneware pottery Nov 1, 2020 - Explore M. Bratz's board "POTTERY MARKS", followed by 375 people on Pinterest. 1.1K likes. Poole Pottery is nearly always marked on the base; it is very rare to find an unmarked piece. Mark Poole Pottery, Smithsburg, Maryland. To help you identify your Poole Pottery here are a range of Poole Pottery markings from the 1940s to the 1970s...there were lots of variations on these used over the years, and the differences are sometimes hard to spot! Reading Marks. The range was a natural progression from the ‘Delphis Collection’ of studio pottery in … Poole was set up in 1873 as Carter and Co. and started out by making architectural ceramics incuding tiles … They produce decorative and ornamental art pottery that has become very collectible. Poole Pottery is based in the town of Poole in Dorset. Understanding what the marks mean is the key to identifying and dating Poole Pottery.