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Antique Marks for Pottery-Porcelain - Kovels.com


You can look for your mark by shape (below) or you can use the mark search box on the bottom right of the page. To scan by shape, look at your mark and ...

The Marks Project - A Marks Dictionary of American Studio Pottery ...


A Marks Dictionary of American Studio Pottery, 1946 to Present. ... to assist in the identification and attribution of American studio ceramics and ceramic makers, ...

Antique Collectors Guide to Pottery & Porcelain Marks - Antique ...


Including pottery marks, porcelain marks and everything antique or collectable. ... to help identify & date your pieces and over 10,000 makers marks and a full ...

Identifying American Pottery - Look at the Bottom | Cajun Collection ...


Learn to identify American Pottery. This article shows tips to id or find the maker of pottery by weight, clay, foot or bottom, any marks or numbers, and glaze.

ICD - Backstamps and Pottery Marks Research - Identification Site


Directory to pottery and porcelain marks and back stamps. Start research your pottery signatures, marks, etc. here.

Pottery Marks Identification Made Easy - Figurines Sculpture


Pottery marks identification is made easy and fun with this one-stop interactive site.

Pottery Marks and Identification by Images - Potteries of California


Pottery Marks and Identification by Images. This is the index listing of California Pottery Marks by images. If this is your first time here, please read the sidebar at ...

Pottery - Ceramic Trade Marks - The Potteries


North Staffordshire Pottery Companies & Trade Marks ... Many potteries used letters and initials to identify their ware - this is an alphabetic listing of the initials ...

How To Identify Antique Pottery and Its Value - American Art Pottery


That meant that if you were making a line of pottery, you wanted to mark it so the ... There are many potters who just used a symbol to identify their wares.

Great Links for identifying Marks on Ceramics, pottery and porcelain


These links have useful information on printed and impressed marks used on American, English, European, and Asian ceramics, pottery, and porcelain.