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Works of Famous Potters

I bet that at one time or the other, you have been in a junk store, antique shop or rummage sale and picked up a piece of pottery and looked at the bottom to see if there was a name on it.
Well, even if there was a name it probably wouldn't mean anything to you anyway.
On this page I have tried to give you kind of an idea of some of the famous potters and what their works looked like.
As you look through this, some of the names will stick with you and you just might be able to find a real treasure someday!!!
You might even have a piece of pottery with one of these names on it at your house now.
Have fun and enjoy all the beautiful pictures below.

Pottery Artist Adams


Samuel Alcock Pottery
Samuel Alcock

Pottery Artist Allerton

Pottery Artist Ashworth

Pottery Artist Baker
Pottery Artist Bodley

Pottery Artist T & R Boote
T & R Boote

Pottery Artist Brain

Pottery Artist Brownfield

Pottery Artist Brown & Steventon
Brown & Steventon Ltd

Pottery Artist Burgess & Leigh
Burgess & Leigh

Pottery Artist Thomas & John Carey
Thomas & John Carey

Pottery Artist Clarice Cliff
Clarice Cliff

Pottery Artist Clementson

Pottery Artist Coalport

Pottery Artist Cooke

Pottery Artist W & E Corn
W & E Corn

Pottery Artist Elijah Cotton

Elijah Cotton

Pottery Artist Crown Staffordshire
Crown Staffordshire

Pottery Artist Davenport

Pottery Artist Dudson

Pottery Artist Dunn Bennett
Dunn Bennett

Pottery Artist Elsmore & Forster
Elsmore & Forster

Pottery Artist S Fielding
S Fielding & Co (Ltd)

Pottery Artist Thomas Forester
Thomas Forester & Sons (Ltd)

Pottery Artist Thomas Furnival
Thomas Furnival

Pottery Artist Furnivals

Pottery Artist Gibson & Sons
Gibson & Sons

Pottery Artist Grays

Pottery Artist Grimwades

Hancock Cake Plate

Pottery Artist Holdcroft, Hill and Mellor
Holdcroft, Hill & Mellor

Pottery Artist Hollinshead

Hope & Carter Pottery
Hope & Carter

Pottery Artist Howard Pottery
Howard Pottery Co

Pottery Artist Hughes

Pottery Artist Samuel Johnson
Samuel Johnson

Pottery Artist A. B. Jones
A B Jones

Pottery Artist George Jones & Sons
George Jones (& Sons)

Pottery Artist Jonroth

Pottery Artist Kirkham

Pottery Artist Thomas Lawrence Falcon Ware
Thomas Lawrence Falcon Ware

Pottery Artist Maddock

Pottery Artist Alfred Meakin
Alfred Meakin

Pottery Artist Charles Meakin
Charles Meakin

A pretty sauce or gravy boat from the Sol Sunshine range. Dated in the 1930s
J & G Meakin

Pottery Artist Newport

Pottery Artist Parrott
Parrott & Co

Pottery Artist RH & SL Plant (Tuscan China)
RH & SL Plant (Tuscan China)

Pottery Artist Podmore, Walker
Podmore, Walker

Pottery Artist Portmeirion

Pottery Artist Price Bros.
Price Bros (Burslem) Ltd

Pottery Artist Price & Kensington
Price & Kensington Potteries Ltd

Pottery Artist Ricardia Ware
Ricardia Ware (Richards Tiles)

Pottery Artist Rosina
Rosina (Queens Ware)

Pottery Artist Adams
Roslyn China

Pottery Artist Sadler

Pottery Artist Shaw
A Shaw

Pottery Artist Shaw and Copestake
Shaw and Copestake (SylvaC)

Pottery Artist Simpsons

Pottery Artist Sampson Smith
Sampson Smith (Ltd)

Pottery Artist Soho

Pottery Artist Steventon & Sons
John Steventon & Sons Ltd

Pottery Artist Szeiler
Studio Szeiler

Pottery Artist Thos Till & Sons
Thos Till & Sons

Pottery Artist Edward Walley
Edward Walley

Pottery Artist Wardle & co
Wardle & Co

Pottery Artist Weatherby
J H Weatherby

Pottery Artist Wedgwood & Co
Wedgwood & Co

Pottery Artist Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd
Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd

Pottery Artist Wileman

Pottery Artist Wilkinson
A J Wilkinson

Pottery Artist Winkle
F Winkle

Pottery Artist Arthur Wood
Arthur Wood

Pottery Artist H.J. Wood
H J Wood

Pottery Artist Wood & Sons
Wood & Sons

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Have you ever come up with a good idea while working with your handmade pottery and thought that you would like to share it with others? You have? Well, why not send it to us and we will add it to the tips page for all to see.

Handmade pottery can be a very gratifying hobby that produces fun and satisfying results. For many people it's an enjoyable release that is created by working an inanimate mound of clay into a beautiful work of art that you made through your artistic abilities.

The best way of starting out is to take a few lessons from Youtube. You will probably waste quite a bit in materials when you first get started. Figuring out how to truly make handmade pottery correctly and shape into what you want it to be can be quite an ordeal. The different tools that a normal shop will have can be fun to try. You will soon see which ones you like to use the most and then when you are ready you will know which ones to buy.

With the help of the internet, you can now purchase most if not all of your ceramic and pottery tools and supplies online. We are located far from any well supplied dealers and yet working with reliable ceramic and pottery suppliers online has allowed us to recieve most of our orders within a timely manner.

When you get all set up, just enjoy the hobby and have fun at it. Some people get pretty serious and start selling their creations at craft fairs and small stores, but others just like to create items for themselves, relatives, and friends. Whichever kind of handmade pottery you desire to endeavor, enjoy the hobby and have fun doing it.

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