Help Identify Studio Pottery Marks

by Lori
(Middleton, WI USA)




Here are a few marks I've been unable to locate. As much as I love searching for hours I am still unable to find these. Any help with identifying these pottery marks would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Comments for Help Identify Studio Pottery Marks

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Mar 22, 2017
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Third mark is Robin Hopper from Canada NEW
by: Anonymous

Third mark is Robin Hopper from Canada

Oct 30, 2016
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Hi NEW
by: Anonymous

Hello,

The third picture you posted of the marking with the square I have that same marking on a vase I own. It stands about 6" tall, has a square opening, and is grey, blue, and neutral tones. I live in Whitby, ON picked it up at a goodwill.

I haven't come across anything similar and sorry I have no information for you...I'll msg if I learn anything.

Thanks for sharing

Apr 18, 2016
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Thanks! NEW
by: Anonymous

Thank you for helping! It's great to have the feedback. I appreciate it.

Apr 18, 2016
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
First mark is Tim Senn NEW
by: Anonymous

The first, main photo pinwheel shaped mark belongs to Tim Senn, Taft's Mill Pottery, Bloomington, Wisconsin.
I have a pot with the same Mark which was just ID'd for me by a FB Studio Pottery Identification group member.

Jan 31, 2015
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
unknown NEW
by: westlad1961@gmail.com

I have a vase with the same mark as the third unknown mark

Nov 12, 2014
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Rick Hintze - NEW
by: Anonymous

Thanks Rick! I actually was able to identify it a few months back and now have 2 pieces of yours that I adore. Beautiful work!

Nov 12, 2014
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
mark identity NEW
by: Anonymous

Just by chance saw your image of a mark which I am certain is mine - small case rh - for Rick Hintze, Johnson Creek Clay Studio in Johnson Creek, WI.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Pottery Marks - Questions, Answers, and Comments.