Art on Exmoor since 1893

Devon Pottery : Hart and Moist Exeter Pottery [Biography]

Hart and Moist Exeter Pottery

Hart and Moist Exeter Pottery

Hart and Moist - the South Devon Pottery

The Exeter Art Pottery had closed, and William Hart and Alfred Moist formed a new partnership in 1896, purchased a field and a cob barn at Haven Road, and set up their own pottery to produce what would be known as Devon Art Pottery

Up until 1920 the base of the pots were impressed H M Exeter, or sometimes a circular Royal Devon Art Potteries England was applied from a rubber stamp.
The business foundered during the downturn after the 1929 stockmarket crash, and on the 30th December 1932 they filed for bankruptcy

Hart and Moist Exeter Pottery

Hart and Moist Exeter Pottery

Hart and Moist - the South Devon Pottery

The Exeter Art Pottery had closed, and William Hart and Alfred Moist formed a new partnership in 1896, purchased a field and a cob barn at Haven Road, and set up their own pottery to produce what would be known as Devon Art Pottery

Up until 1920 the base of the pots were impressed H M Exeter, or sometimes a circular Royal Devon Art Potteries England was applied from a rubber stamp.
The business foundered during the downturn after the 1929 stockmarket crash, and on the 30th December 1932 they filed for bankruptcy

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