In the 1920s Phoebe Stabler produced art deco ceramics for Poole Pottery and Ashtead Potters with pieces such as Buster Boy, Buster Girl, Eastern Lady and Madonna and Child, Stabler was also a significant contributor to the British Empire Exhibition in Wembley in 1924, showing the sculpting properties of concrete for the Concrete Utilities Bureau alongside Gilbert Bates. During the 20s and 30s she was also prolific in producing stone carvings.
Phoebe Gertrude Stabler (1879- 1955) was a sculptor, modeller and potter born in West Bromich in England's West Midands. She started modelling and designing pottery figures between 1910 and 1912, some of which were manufactured in Hammersmith by her husband Harold Stabler whom she married in 1906.
Stabler produced a large peice called 'Shy' which was made by both Poole and Ashtead Potters. Doulton pottery also produced designs by Stabler including the Ashtead Madonna and Child model which was branded as HN 24 'Sleep'. Another well known piece is 'The Bull' which Stabler designed in conjunction with her husband Harold Stabler.
Phoebe Stabler For Sale
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