Help identify Early American Pottery Mark

by Rich
(Philadelphia, Pa)


I would appreciate any information that anyone might have about this particular pottery mark. Thanks!

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Jan 09, 2018
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early american pottery mark NEW
by: Colleen Gray

the closest I've seen to this mark is a louisville ky ceramic of early 20c, there was also a figure of this design and it was marked louisville pottery. It was the potter at the wheel figure with his hand drawn back as to prepare for striking his ware. There was a manufactured hole in the hand where his tool must have been inserted. This was a strikingly beautiful piece which weighed about 2 lbs or so. The subject was sitting on an anvil type seat wearing overalls (blue) I believe the shirt was green, shoes brown hair brown and a peachy complexion. Odd that this mark is so like the figure, yet the figure had only Louisville Pottery mark. Hopes this helps!

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early american pottery mark NEW
by: Colleen Gray

the closest I've seen to this mark is a louisville ky ceramic of early 20c, there was also a figure of this design and it was marked louisville pottery. It was the potter at the wheel figure with his hand drawn back as to prepare for striking his ware. There was a manufactured hole in the hand where his tool must have been inserted. This was a strikingly beautiful piece which weighed about 2 lbs or so. The subject was sitting on an anvil type seat wearing overalls (blue) I believe the shirt was green, shoes brown hair brown and a peachy complexion. Odd that this mark is so like the figure, yet the figure had only Louisville Pottery mark. Hopes this helps!

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Pottery mark NEW
by: Anonymous

Looks like Pisgah Forest by Walter Stephen. But actually looks more like someone trying to copy Walter Stephen's mark on another piece of pottery. Difficult to say without a picture of the vase.

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