Tony returned to Poole Pottery in 1999 to produce one-off pieces and help with the design effort.
Above - 11th August 1999 - UK solar eclipse viewed from the roof of Poole Pottery.
The first pieces Tony produced in 1999 were images of (or based upon) dragonflies.
With thanks, Burstow & Hewett
Full sized chargers sold from£300-£350 each.
Each piece from this period was numbered in sequence. A letter indicated the month of production, letter A being September 1999, letter B October, letter C November and so on. The number after the letter shows the order of the production for that month, the first piece designed in any month being number one.
Above- B58 (left) and B26 (centre) sunsets over water.
Tile panel O29
Fish Scales E15
Above - Toucans (B53)
Long-eared owl (B1)
Above - two of four chargers depicting the stained glass window from the Craft Section auctioned by Christies at their specialised Poole Pottery sale in August 2000.
In December 1999, an exhibition and sale of contemporary Poole Pottery was held at the Richard Dennis Gallery in London.
The exhibition catalogue featuring work by Tony Morris, Janice Tchalenko, Anita Harris, Alan Clarke and Nicky Massarella is a useful source of reference. 32 chargers and 11 tile panels by Tony Morris are illustrated in the catalogue.