LTD., Poole Dorset, had a magnificent stand, which was very choicely displayed with the latest examples or their famous hand-made and hand-decorated matt-glazed ware. It would be quite impossible for us to do justice to such an outstanding exhibit in a few sentences. We propose, therefore, merely to make a brief mention here of this admirable range of pottery of character and individuality, leaving ourselves free to deal with it in a later issue more in the manner that it deserves. We must, however, remark before passing on, that we heard many expressions of unfeigned admiration over the latest achievements in "Poole" ware, which seems to have made its mark in a special field, without references to what manufacturing potters in other parts of the country are doing.
Pottery Gazette and Glass Trade Review, April 1931