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    Posted 5 years ago

    CarrieSuey
    (5 items)

    Looking for any info you know how to find who made this mug...I did see an Arrow Rock, MO...but having trouble finding anything else...thanks! It was found in Wisconsin...

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    1. mountaingigi mountaingigi, 5 years ago
      This is modern studio or student pottery and as such is very hard to attribute to anyone. Chances of identifying the maker are pretty slim.

      I did find an Arrow Rock Pottery FB link - I'm not on FB, so can't take it any further:

      https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arrow-Rock-Pottery-Missouri/334750853286337
    2. CarrieSuey, 5 years ago
      Thanks so much Mountaingigi...I will look into the facebook page!
    3. mountaingigi mountaingigi, 5 years ago
      You're welcome.

      All the pottery you've posted here is studio pottery. It's very hard to identify, as there are thousands and thousands of studio potters. On rare occasions you can get lucky if there's a name to Google and you add "pottery" after it, as I did. Or you look at local potters where you find something.

      But that's why you can't find any info - there's just none out there. You have some nice modern pottery, but finding out who made it will be near impossible.

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