Need help Identifying the Letter 'M' or 'W' on the Bottom of this Pitcher

by Kathryn
(Petaluma, CA)




I found this tapered pitcher-style vase. The mark on the bottom is either a cursive W or a cursive M.


I doubt it is of extreme value, but I am curious about who made it, and when. Thanks for your help!

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Sep 06, 2016
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pitcher NEW
by: Barbara

I have this pitcher in yellow and it belonged to my Grandmother (I am 66). I remember her using it when I was a child. I also couldn't decide if it was an M or a W. Searched a lot of 'pottery mark' sites but didn't see it.

Feb 19, 2016
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Embossed mark NEW
by: Debbie

I have a yellow pitcher too. Can't seem to find any info on who made it. Love it!

Dec 05, 2015
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Yellow pitcher NEW
by: Anonymous

The blue pitcher is lovely. I recently purchased a yellow one at a Goodwill in Florida. It's very pretty too.

Nov 13, 2015
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I too have one NEW
by: Anonymous

Dogs anytime find more info on this pitcher. I can tell it's not handmade. Maybe casted? Trying to find more on it.

Nov 13, 2015
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Any more info? NEW
by: Anonymous

Food anyone identify this pitcher yet? I have the same one. Looks casted, I think. Definitely not handmade. But, looks like it could be worth something.

Aug 15, 2015
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Possibly Weller NEW
by: Anonymous

It might be Weller if you have a Weller book.

Jul 16, 2015
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Help!!! NEW
by: Martha

I am curious as well! Tonite I was in my hay barn & found a short very rounded light baby blue vase with this very marking, same style!!!!!

Jun 13, 2014
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Me too NEW
by: Anonymous

I have this same pitcher in yellow. I too want to know who made it.

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