British Studio Potters Marks by Yates Owen Eric Fournier Robert - AbeBooksPlease note that this product is not available for purchase from Bloomsbury. This new edition of Eric Yates-Owen and Robert Fournier's classic book on British studio potters' marks contains new and revised entries for many potters, with up-to-date information about the artists' styles, marks and addresses. Entries are arranged alphabetically, with each entry giving biographical data, information on the type of ceramics produced, the location of the pottery and dates indicating when marks have changed, as well as images of the different marks used. Three useful indexes enable the reader to search by mark rather than maker, in various categories such as creatures, monograms and signs. Revised by expert collector James Hazlewood, British Studio Potters' Marks , third edition, is the essential reference guide for collectors of British studio pottery. It is a pleasure to turn the pages and study the various marks … an excellent resource and for potters, a delightful read. I have spent many pleasant hours leafing through the pages.
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British Studio Potter's Marks - Eric Yates-Owen and Robert Fournier
British Studio Potters' Marks [Eric Yates-Owen, Robert Fournier] on biennaledibruges.com over 40 years experience and the author of 10 previous books on ceramics.
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Discussion in ' Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain ' started by lauragarnet , Mar 6, Log in or Sign up. Antiques Board. I've been searching for an impressed pottery mark that consists of two back-to-back conjoined R's inside of a square. One of the R's is backwards. Without the name of the potter that used the mark, I'm stuck. Below is the stock image of the book cover with the mark I'm looking for highlighted with a big red square.
Updated and edited by James Hazlewood, this is the much-revered collectors' handbook for the identification of British studio potters' marks, now with over 1, revised and new entries. The potters are arranged alphabetically, with details of their past and present studio addresses and types of ceramic produced alongside illustrations of their mark s. The main listing is followed by a visual index of marks arranged by names, initials and shapes. British Studio Potters' Marks is not a book to leave on the shelf, however, and use only for reference. It is a pleasure to turn the pages and study the various marks.