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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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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