Deal Art Pottery

Deal Art Pottery

The seaside town of Deal in the county of Kent, England used to have a pottery named Deal Art Pottery at the start of the 1900s. The land in that area has a seam of clay and there is still a pond, known locally as Potters’ Pond created by excavation of the clay for pottery.

Later the pottery began to make pipes, chimneys and other items for the building trade and the site was taken over by Castle Concrete, the site now occupied by The Builder Centre behind Albert Road.

Potter: Joe Pemberton

Deal Art Pottery Goblet
Orange glaze
Size approx 102mm high by 80 mm diameter at the top
Signed.. Pemberton Deal.
Orange Goblet - Joe Pemberton - Deal Art PotteryOrange-Goblet-Backmark
Deal Art Pottery Blue Vase 1969
Blue glaze
Size Approx 11cm tall x 10cm wide
Signed.. Pemberton Deal 69
Blue-Vase Blue-Vase-Backmark
Deal Art Pottery Milk Jug
White glaze
Size Approx (No current details)
Signed.. Pemberton Deal
Milk-JugMilk-Jug-Backmark
Deal Art Pottery Blue Spiral Vase
Blue fade glaze and black motifApprox height 11.5cm x diameter across base 10cm
Signed.. Pemberton Deal
Blue-Spiral-VaseBlue-Spiral-Vase-Backmark

More information will be added to this page as more is discovered, so watch this space. If you have any information or images on Deal Pottery then I would be grateful if you would email it to me. I will, of course, give appropriate reference.

Sources of Information:
https://www.kentonline.co.uk/deal/news/deal-pottery-a67757/
Deal Potteries Photo – By Amateur Photographer Peter Sullivan

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