1950s Teapot creamer sugar set Denby FLAIR Rooster Stoneware ALBERT COLLEDGE. Vintage 50s DENBY Pottery FLAIR Gravy Boat ROOSTER Pattern Albert Colledge 1950s. This is a wonderful tea service designed by Albert & Glyn Colledge in the Flair pattern for Denby Stoneware of England. The Flair pattern features a period graphic of a rooster chasing a duck early 1950s in conception. Albert Colledge started his career at Denby in 1918 and rose through the ranks to become head designer.He, along with his son Glyn, is responsible for many iconic Denby patterns. The set consists of a teapot, a creamer and a covered sugar bowl.
Each piece is stamped on its underside with Denby Stoneware Made in England signed Albert. The teapot measures 10" length from the tip of its spout to the back of its handle and has a height of 5 3/4" to the top of the cover's finial. The set weighs 4 lbs and 2 oz. And is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or wear except for the creamer lid, which has a small chip on inside which is unnoticeable when placed on bowl.