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Berit Ternell – Fleur, T.G. Green

Fleur Condiments T G Green, Berit Ternell

Berit Ternell “Fleur”, T G Green

This design really stood out to me, and I was surprised to see a T.G. Green backstamp on the back as it looked so Scandinavian in style when I came across it at an auction some time ago (but didn’t purchase because of the poor condition of many of the pieces).

It turns out the design, labelled “Fleur” is by none other than Berit Ternell, the very well known and respected Swedish designer. She was commissioned by T G Green in 1961 to design a twist on “Cornishware” along with Judith Onions. In addition to re-designing some of the Cornishware forms, Berit Ternell came up with this very Scandinavian looking and popular design called “Fleur”. It was a full oven to table and kitchen range.

Fleur Design, Berit Ternell for T G Green

Fleur Design, Berit Ternell for T G Green

We see so much of T G Green’s “Cornishware” it is easy to forget that dozens of other designs were produced by this iconic British pottery. There is a comprehensive visual catalogue of most of the T G Green designs on Pinterest here.

Below are some more examples of “Fleur” from the T G Green Pinterest page:

Fleur Condiments T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Condiments T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Jug, T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Jug, T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Bottle, T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Bottle, T G Green, Berit Ternell

Fleur Ad TG Green

Fleur Ad TG Green

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  1. I have a T.G. Green Fleur Veggie serving bowl. I can not find any information as to value or year of make. It is in very good condition with crackling of glaze the only issue. Can you direct me to where I might find more information. Thank you

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    September 20, 2017
    • Ray #

      Hi Pam, it is 1960s, but value is so variable from country to country…..but If I had one for sale here I would try at around $80. Less in the UK, maybe a bit more in the US/Canada

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      September 20, 2017

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