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Pinnacle Pottery and who?

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Pinnacle Pottery and who?

Post  suda on Mon 17 Feb - 16:09



Good garage sale find, do you think I have this right.
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Re: Pinnacle Pottery and who?

Post  Ev on Mon 17 Feb - 16:18

The two P marks definitely look like the Pinnacle Pottery stamp and I will add it to the Potters' marks gallery thank you Smile
I didn't know that this was the Killick's pottery name when they were in Coromandel !

The flower mark isn't Smisek's mark..... I haven't seen it before.
Perhaps someone else can help more .....?


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Re: Pinnacle Pottery and who?

Post  suda on Mon 17 Feb - 16:28

I thought maybe Roger Smiseks mark?? and I have a better Pinnacle Pottery mark by itself will post shortly when I find picture
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P.P. Mark

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Re: Pinnacle Pottery and who?

Post  Ev on Mon 17 Feb - 16:40

Hmmm I don't think that is Roger Smisek's mark either, as his mark has 'blunt' petals and this one has pointed petals. Of course I stand to be corrected as always.
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