Help ID American Pottery Mark - Olive over Brown Glaze

by Char
(Clearwater, FL)

Hi. I recently received for Christmas two beautiful terracotta mugs. They're approximately 3 3/4" tall x 2 3/4 " opening,looks like olive green over brown glaze and has swirls outside and inside to bottom of cup. Also has a "D" handle. The mark is incised and difficult to read. It may say Rockilla, Raddelle, or Roc_ _ lla? Also has initials or place incised below that. Blu_ NY or NH. My son thought it was Roseville, but I know familiar pottery marks and it isn't one I've seen before. Could you help me?

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by: Joan H.

If you have a picture it would be helpful. There are 2 potteries in Maine that might be the one you are looking for. They are Rowantrees, Rackliffe. If you could send me a picture I could probably tell.
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