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I collect pottery, studio art pottery, and stoneware
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Facebook has a nice group of Studio Pottery Collectors who identified a British potter by the name of Richard Edwards, he lives in France and no longer makes pottery. http://www.receramics.com/
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 Porcela...
I love this piece thanks for sharing!
Jacques Sicard of Weller studied with Massier and may have returned to work with him around 1908 https://pinterest.com/dholdefer/jacques-sicard-weller-art-pottery/
The incised mark ("S") would have been made just after the pot was made, long before it was glazed, but the glaze may have been matched to the "S" inscription. What I wrote, came out of a book. I h...
"S" meant "smear" (dull finish) p. 219 Appendix 5; "When an impressed "S" is found alone, it indicates a piece throwon for demonstration, perhaps from a prominent visitor". From Rookwood Pottery boo...
Thanks for the information...I guess it is time for me to believe what you and the seller have said, and stop believing what my eyes and touch say...
Does anyone know if Ruskin Pottery ever made "metal" bowls. The irridescent bowl above is very, very thin and very, very light...although I have been assured that it is "pottery"; it feels like a met...
Glen Lukens (American, 1887-1967) Blue Bowl ca. 1930s Ceramic This exhibition celebrates the work of Missouri-born ceramicist Glen Lukens. At a time when American pottery production was dominated ...
I have pinned a number of his pieces to my Pinterst site: http://pinterest.com/dholdefer/clement-massier-and-european-iridescent-pottery/
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