If you wish to contact me I am always interested to hear from other collectors and those interested in Briglin Pottery. I would especially like to hear from anyone contacted with the pottery in regards to any stories, memories or information no matter how small. If you just want to know more about the ceramics marked BRIGLIN you’ve found in the back of your kitchen cupboard then I can certainly help. Please understand that I tend not to give formal valuations.
There are five ways you can contact me: The Web Forum, Email, Facebook, Twitter and the Contact Form (If you are registered it is also possible to leave a comment on the bottom of some of the pages – click where it says “add your comment” on the left bottom).



Post in the Forum

If you register then you can leave a post in the forum. Posting in the forum allows a record of our conversation to be read by others in the future which helps everyone. We have a ‘is this briglin?’ section for those who have items and want confirmation that they are real.



Contact via Email

You are welcome to email me at but please remember to put Briglin in the title of the email. This will prevent your email being filtered into my spam folder. I usually reply the same day.



There is a well established Facebook page that I update regularly. I typically put a lot more on this page that just Briglin Pottery and you will see some of my other collecting interests from other mid-twentieth century potteries both in the UK and on the continent. I tend to put new items on Facebook first before they are add to the main site. So it you want a preview of items then please follow me on Facebook and you will be notified when I update the page.




It is also possible to Follow on Twitter for regular early tweets and inside information. You can see my tweets without an account but will need a Twitter account to post.



Contact Form

Alternatively please use the form below and click the Send button.

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Please Include A Photograph!

If you contact me about an item please try to include a photograph of your object. Describing an elephant in words is not easy…..

‘Well it’s a brownish colour, has four fat short legs and it’s quite big! We’ve had it for some time and we bought it in a flea market in the Old Kent Road in 1972. We used to ride it to the pub in the Summer, we called him Gerald… ‘ 

A photograph is easier…honest. Try to include additional photos of the base, where any mark is legible as this can be very important in dating a piece.



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