Unknown Piece Of Pottery

by James
(Spencer, W.Va.)





Here is a wonderful piece of pottery but I have no knowledge as to who made it. These pieces are unmarked. A customer of mine that collects them told me the only thing he has found is one of his has an A2 incised and a B underlined on the bottom. Anyone have any idea as to who might have made them? Thanks!

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Jul 14, 2017
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Swan Planter Pots NEW
by: BJ

Believe to be Fredricksburg Pottery..

Nov 13, 2015
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Oct 30, 2015
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by: devonwalter

They come in this green, white,and black. Also, as far as I could find out, they come in three sizes with these two being the smallest.

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Oct 09, 2015
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Pottery NEW
by: William Jack

Well these piece of pottery are wonderfully made and the art work on it is pretty define and they hand made design and through lots of hard work its made. For more Click Here

May 21, 2015
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Oct 29, 2013
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by: Anonymous

These two swans are Shawnee Pottery. They come in this green, white,and black. Also, as far as I could find out, they come in three sizes with these two being the smallest. I hope this helps anyone else with a set (or just one ) of these.

Oct 29, 2013
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May be Camark Pottery Swans NEW
by: Anonymous

That color was used a lot by Camark Pottery of Ft. Smith Arkansas in the 1940's. It is also thick (in texture) as their pieces tended to be. That may be a direction to go in. Good luck!

Oct 29, 2013
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May be Camark Pottery Swans NEW
by: Anonymous

That color was used a lot by Camark Pottery of Ft. Smith Arkansas in the 1940's. It is also thick (in texture) as their pieces tended to be. That may be a direction to go in. Good luck!

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