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    Posted 10 years ago

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    But the influences at work and the obvious high craftsmanship make it an antique worthy future piece. Signed and dated. C.W. be the judge if this stays or goes. Signature is obscure or rather flourished to the point of being unreadable. It is 5 inches at its widest and 5 inches tall with many influences all to the good. P&P

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    1. dholdefer dholdefer, 10 years ago
      I believe this piece was made ANDREW MACCORKINDALE or an associate - his work normally has a beautiful lid - HIGH FIRED PORCELAIN - Andrew MacCorkindale worked in Portland, OR, MacCorkindale Porcelain Studio. I have two of them
    2. parrotandpitbull parrotandpitbull, 10 years ago
      Hi and Thanks for any all and information. I sacrificed a signature shot for a pot shot, so to speak, but it it a short signature. Could be a very flourished M.C. Its almost a cipher. An Associate. Found in suburban Jersey near Philadelphia.
    3. finderskeypurs finderskeypurs, 10 years ago
      It's missing it's lid though, but I've sold them without - people still like them sometimes anyway.
    4. parrotandpitbull parrotandpitbull, 10 years ago
      Having never seen it with lid ..I didnt know it had one to begin with, I am not missing anything in that sense. My question is ..its implied from the 2 reactions these were semi mass produced..cottage pottery? house. Whats the skinny on that ...who where what ?...I know when. Thanks, P&P
    5. finderskeypurs finderskeypurs, 10 years ago
      Andrew MacCorkindale is a Portland, Oregon USA studio potter. Not really mass produced since it's just him making them himself by hand, but it's sort of his 'signature' form, these lidded boxes, or at least used to be. I didn't mean missing in a bad way, just saying that it would have had a lid originally. Also, when studio potter has a portion of the opening that is unglazed, like yours it's unglazed on the top rim, then it probably had a lid. It's unglazed so the glaze on the lid and base wont stick together when they are fired, because a lidded piece is fired with the lid on so they shrink at the same rate and fit properly when done.
      You should be able to search form him online and check him out.
    6. parrotandpitbull parrotandpitbull, 10 years ago
      Finderskeepers...Thank you...U know I hadnt realized the rim was unglazed until u pointed it out. And definitely MacCorkindale or his associates the Moons. I saw almost identical pots in form on G images. The lids are sometimes beautiful and sometimes not. Or rather one of the pieces fact almost the same shape..differing color and glaze technique ( crackleur ) had a lid that diminished the pot, it was so huge and ornate. If I found lol, a quiet little curlicue lid that fit I would for sure put it on the pot. Changes are slim to none.
      The pottery he and the others produced was! in the extreme! And thank you for giving me his name and particulars. Sadly..but a minor point ..nowhere on "Images", could I find his or any other potter associated with him, signature.
      But no great loss, this pot isnt going anywhere. and a signature would only have import were I to sell it. And I am not doing that. It is too beautiful. Thank you again for all the info. I think I will try B Images for a signature and more pots. Regards to all, P&P

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