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van briggle pottery lesson

updated tue 30 dec 03


piedpotterhamelin@COMCAST.NET on mon 29 dec 03

Artus Van Briggle, a decorator a Rookwood Pottery, and his wife, Anne Gregory founded the pottery around 1900. Production began in 1901 but he died in 1904 at the age of 35, the same year he won awards atthe St Louis Expo. Anne Gregory produced over 400 patterns until 1913 when the studio was sold at sheriff's auction.
What have we been sharing as advice is here to learn from experience.
I need to see the SA marking as I cannot find any references to this. Is it scratched in, raised and cast in, impressed-stamped, stamp-stained...?
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"Many a wiser men than I hath
gone to pot." 1649