Marks of American Potters

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Patterson & White Company, 1904 - Pottery - 174 pages
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Page 121 - ARV— Albert R. Valentien. AH — Albert Humphreys. AB — Alfred Brennan. ' AMB — Miss AM Bookprinter (2 marks). AMV — Mrs. Anna M. Valentien. ABS — Miss Amelia B. Sprague (4 marks). AVB — Artus Van Briggle (2 marks). AG — Arthur Goetting. ADS— Miss Adeliza D. Sehon. B.— Bruce Horsfall. CN — Miss Clara Chipman Newton (2 marks). MM — Miss Marianne Mitchell. CS — Miss Carrie Steinle (3 marks). CAB — Miss Constance A. Baker. CJD — Charles John Dibowski. CC — Miss Cora Crofton.
Page 155 - Miss., is one of the most interesting in the United States. In a single small kiln, without assistance in the manifold labors incident to the preparation of the clay, the throwing of the pieces, the glazing and firing, Mr.
Page 122 - CS— Charles Schmidt (2 marks). CCL— Miss Clara C. Lindeman. DC— Daniel Cook. EPC— Edward P. Cranch (2 marks). EDF— Miss Emma D. Foertmeyer. EA — Edward Abel. EBIC —Miss E. Bertha I. Cranch. ED— ED Diers. ETH— ET Hurley. CFB — Miss Caroline Bonsall. ERF— Miss Edith R. Felten. EWB— Miss Elizabeth W. Brain. ECL — Miss Eliza C. Lawrence. FA — Miss Fannie Auckland. FV— FW Vreeland. HW— Miss Harriet Wenderoth. HH— Miss Hattie Horton. HEW— Miss Harriet E. Willcox. HRS—...
Page 121 - Process Marks. Esoteric or process marks are occasionally impressed on pieces of Rookwood ware, often accompanied by varying record numbers. As these characters only occur on experimental pieces, they are seldom found on examples which leave the factory, and their significance is never divulged.
Page 153 - Street with only a few assistants, his business rapidly increased until his corps of decorators had reached the number of forty men and women.
Page 100 - Miss Ruth Erickson Mr. Kiichi Yamada Miss Gertrude Stanwood Miss Ellen R. Farrington Miss Florence S. Liley Miss Annie V. Lingley Miss Wilhelmina Post (2) Miss Lillian Newman Miss Gertrude Priest Miss Marie A. Seaman (2) Miss Norma Pierce GT Chemical Products, Inc.
Page 29 - I1, 12, etc., on covered boxes. J1, J2, etc., on comports with pedestals or stands. K1, K2, etc., on paper weights, pin trays or small flower jars, and occasionally cheese dishes and trays of special form. L1, L2, etc., on celery vases, mugs, pepper and salt shakers, jewel trays and comports with dolphin-shaped feet.
Page 123 - Lindeman (2 marks). MLS — Mrs. Maria Longworth Storer. MR— Martin Rettig. MAD— Matt A Daly. MT, MAT — Miss Mary L. Taylor (2 marks). MLP— Miss Mary L. Perkins (3 marks). MN — Miss Mary Nourse. LEH — Miss Lena E. Hanscom. MR — Miss Marie Rauchfuss. MF— Miss Mattie Foglesong. MHS— Miss Marion H. Smalley. NJH— NJ Hirschfeld. OGR— Miss O. Geneva Reed. (Mrs. Geneva Reed Pinney. PP— Miss Pauline Peters. FR — Fred Rothenbusch. RF — Miss Rose Fechheimer (2 marks). HPS— Miss...
Page 44 - About 1880 the firm began to use a new mark on their ivory white ware for decorators. This mark consisted of the letters IVW It was evidently prepared hurriedly, as the middle letter should have been a W, but, since the error had appeared on the ware, it was never corrected.
Page 122 - Matchette. k., fdk— Mrs. FD Koehler. GH— Miss Grace M. Hall. KH — Miss Katherine Hickman. LAF — Miss Laura A. Fry (2 marks). LNL — Miss Lizzie N. Lingenfelter. LA— Miss Leonore Asbury. LVB — Miss Leona Van Briggle. LEL— Miss Laura E. Lindeman (2 marks). MLS — Mrs. Maria Longworth Storer. MR— Martin Rettig. MAD— Matt A Daly. MT, MAT — Miss Mary L. Taylor (2 marks). MLP— Miss Mary L. Perkins (3 marks). MN — Miss Mary Nourse. LEH — Miss Lena E. Hanscom. MR — Miss Marie...

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