Identify Pottery Markings

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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 determine the most likely shape category listed below such as crowns, shields, birds, etc. Or if your mark is a word or initial look for it in one of the "words initials" .Pottery marks identification is made easy and fun with this one-stop interactive site..TMP, a division of The Marks Project, Inc., has created and maintains TMP website to provide a research tool toist in the identification and attribution of American studio ceramics and ceramic makers, working from 1946 to present. TMP is not a valuation tool. TMP is not an authentication tool..

Our German Bohe.n pottery markings archive shows that Germanic porcelain marks are often less easy to identify than English marks because at the height of the .Suggested resources foristance in identifying Japanese pottery and porcelain marks without knowledge of the Japanese language.Karatsu Production Kiln Markings Kamjirushi are the small markings on pots which identify them to a potter or a production kiln. Karatsu ware is made in Karatsu, Saga .Struggling to read the markings on your Satsuma vase? Read our guide on how to identify the Kanji and find out who the maker is..

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