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Money box

This ceramic money box was made in c.1862 by a member of the Fishley family, either Edmund or his brother George. Edmund was born in 1806, Robert in 1808, to...

Bowl and cover

This bowl and cover was created by Robert Fishley in 1844. Robert was born in 1808, the second son of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty of potters,...

Harvest jug

This harvest jug was created by Edmund Fishley in 1839. Edmund was born in 1806, the eldest son of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty of potters, opening...

Harvest jug

This harvest jug was created by William Fishley Holland in 1921. William was born in 1889, the great great grandson of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty...

Candelabra

This candelabra was created by William Fishley Holland, sometime between 1940 and 1960. William was born in 1889, the great great grandson of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long...

Mantle ornament

This mantle ornament was created in 1855 by George Fishley. George established a long lasting dynasty of potters, opening a pottery at Fremington, North Devon in 1811. Over the decades...

Bowl and cover

This ceramic bowl is signed and dated ‘R. Fishley. Fremington Pottery. June 22nd, 1844. The inscription identifies it as a piece from a significant North Devon country pottery that flourished...

Harvest jug

Decorated with a ploughing scene and portrait of John Wesley. Wesley (1703-1791) was a founder of the Methodist movement and travelled to Devon several times. As this jug reveals, Methodism...