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Phil Rogers

Phil Rogers vase Phil Rogers Phil Rogers finger wiped vase

 

The Gallery at Bevere, Worcester - May 2007

The main gallery at Bevere The coachhouse gallery at Bevere
Tall bottle with willow tree decoration with a group of yunomis and guinomis Rounded bottle and yunomis
Group of ash glazed pots Nuka glazed bottle with finger wipe decoration
Willow tree bottle and yunomis Group of ash glazed pots
Matte glazed oots with iron decoration Matte glazed bottles with iron decoration
Large ash glazed bottle with concentric ring decoration Group of ash glazed pots
Medieval style jug and yunomis Henry Sandon, Phil Rogers and Kim Taylor at the exhibition preview
Gallery owner Kim Taylor with Phil Rogers and Henry Sandon at the exhibition preview
Gallery owner Kim Taylor with Phil Rogers and Henry Sandon at the exhibition preview

 

A most enjoyable morning was had by those attending the preview of the latest Phil Rogers exhibition at The Gallery at Bevere, just outside Worcester. Antiques Roadshow expert Henry Sandon opened the exhibition in his own inimitable style comparing one of Phil's jugs with the medieval jugs in his own collection and describing the eroticism involved in producing handles! A total of 94 pots are shown, most are ash glazed but there are some salt glazed pots.

The exhibition runs until May 26th, if you are unable to visit the gallery in person the pots are can be viewed and purchased from The Gallery at Bevere's website.

Henry Sandon and Phil Rogers discussing the merits of a large medieval style jug Gallery owner Kim Taylor with Phil Rogers and Henry Sandon at the exhibition preview
Set of ash glazed plates Group of slab bottles with finger wipe decoration
View across the exhibition at the preview Henry Sandon during his exhibition opening speech
Phil's gift to Henry View across the coachhouse gallery
Pots and pictures in the coachhouse gallery Ash glazed lidded jar
Ash glazed yunomis Ash glazed plate with incised decoration
Temmoku glazed pots Detail of large nuka glazed bottle