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Studio Art Pottery122 of 1152The Spring Street Pottery Lidded Mushroom Crock Signed Gary Eagan 1975 8 Hole Stoneware Bud Vase
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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Any help identifying this signature? Heart Rice or Pike? Measures: 6" Long x 5 1/2" Tall x 2 1/4" Deep

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      It looks like (Heat Pike) to me, but I guess good as any! :^D Maybe you fill with Hot Water, put a Cork in the Hole, and put it in a Bread Basket? :^)
    2. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 2 years ago
      Heath Pike, maybe??
      I love the design!
    3. lrizek lrizek, 2 years ago
      Thank you for your detective work! I tried Pike and came up with Pike Pottery of High River, Alberta, Canada. They have their own stamp so dead end. I love the piece - I wonder if it is meant for a bread basket!
    4. FunkyDandelion FunkyDandelion, 2 years ago
      It says "Arch Pike." He was a potter from Hunstville, Alabama.


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    5. lrizek lrizek, 2 years ago
      Thank you FunkyDandelion! Never would have got "Arch" from signature - but now it is plain as day! The piece is so well made, I figured it had to be someone with skill. I enjoyed reading about him, thanks for forwarding the information. I did have the piece for sale, but it might just stay in my collection! Thank you !

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