The and his wife, Nancy, have a pottery business in Erwin, Tennessee.
In addition to making pots for sale, Alan and Nancy maintain a gallery that promotes other local artisans.
From 1913 it was also used at air painted faience32.
Hand painted marking started on colored art faience in 1901-1902.
They used a pitcher and bowl set, a chamber pot, a toothbrush cup and assorted pieces in the bath area. Please don't copy our images but use them for free to help with identification of your pottery.
We're emphasizing American pottery marks, but included a few Canadian pottery marks as well. Note: Not all makers have a mark here, or a good one. Note that some of the marks have been enhanced for clarity — the original, unedited marks appear on linked photos.
The jungle series made of firebrick came in in 1931 and was marked with the three wavy lines as Royal Copenhagen stoneware.