Poole Pottery "Broadstone"

Poole Pottery Broadstone
Poole Pottery Broadstone is one of Poole Pottery's best known discontinued tableware ranges. It was issued in the 1970's and produced on the Compact range, previously made famous with the Chestnut design, designed by Robert Jefferson, in the mid 60's. It was made for a number of years and features an extensive range of pieces.
IMPORTANT: There are two other designs sometimes confused with Broadstone. They are Parkstone and Lakestone. If your pattern has a yellowish background, it is Broadstone. If it has a stoneware background it is probably Parkstone. Both are heavily flecked with a dark chocolate brown rim. If your pattern is lightly flecked with a milk chocolate brown rim, it is Lakestone. However, very few people have Lakestone, so probably best to check with us first!
Click here for a more in-depth article about the differences between Parkstone and Lakestone.
Click on one of the images below to see what we have in stock for that piece.

Can't find the pieces you are looking for? Click here for help!