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Post  Kat & Co. on Sun 2 Nov - 18:33

15cmh scent pot Cool

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Post  Ev on Sun 2 Nov - 19:32

Very nice indeed !! Love the glazing.

There is a guy who has an almost identical mark to Suzanne and his name won't come to me atm, but it will when I least expect it Razz I've seen him correct auctions on trademe when the potter has been incorrectly named.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 3 Nov - 7:00

Would that be Peter Burmeister mark that is similar?
This is the Auction I recognised my pot from..definately made by a female me thinks.Cool

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=801408827
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Post  Ev on Mon 3 Nov - 7:40

Yes I totally agree that is Suzanne's work and now I had to find the name of the guy with the similar mark.
It's Bill Schiessel and if you have the Potters Marks book check out both of the marks and see the similarities.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 3 Nov - 8:52

No i dont have the book just go off whats on the  NZ Potters.com website, i had been keen to get the book once, but if it has alot of mistakes Im not. Do you know much about the NZ Potters marks website, does it get updated, corrected etc? Bill Schiessel not on it. cat
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Post  Ev on Mon 3 Nov - 9:03

I have been involved with the NZ Potters marks and they keep getting new marks as well as mistakes corrected.  There are heaps of mistakes still and I keep finding more.  It's odd that Bill isn't on their website as all of the marks are supposed to be there that are in the book and I will check it out.  The book is only a guide, but I treasure my copy and use it daily.


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Mug: SB-J or Bill Schiessel?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Wed 5 Nov - 14:12


8cm H x 8.5 OD at lip


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Re: Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen

Post  Ev on Thu 13 Nov - 11:08

I think I missed this and is the mark the same or different to the one above?  I will have to put them side by side.  Bill Schiessel gets very annoyed when he sees his work attributed to Suzanne Bloc-Jorgensen.  
Already I can see that these are not the same mark .... and we now may have Bill's mark.  Please comment to confirm or deny my thoughts.

Jeremy's mug on the left and Suzanne's mark on the right.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 13 Nov - 12:34

Ev, the only Bill Schiessel mark I could find appeared to be in a circle rather than a rounded square and looked like it didn't have the tail of the J/S.

The clays in the two marks above are different and as mine is coarse it may lack detail.

The mug looks like it may have a closer relationship to BS than SB-J.

It's all unfamiliar territory to me.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 13 Nov - 13:51

Your mug looks masculine & hippy 70's coloured.. me thinks...cat
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Re: Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen

Post  Ev on Mon 8 Dec - 22:00

Suzanne has confirmed that both of those marks are hers.  
She said that she has used two similar stamps and the mug was made a long time ago.  I will add the older mark to the Potters Marks Gallery for the record
Thank you Suzanne.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 9 Dec - 7:04

Oh thats great to have Suzanne confirm that!, I have found I do have Bill Schiessels mark.
in my Alan Coates book..its a very similar mark... Shocked  cat


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Re: Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen

Post  Ev on Tue 9 Dec - 9:51

Now we just need Bill to confirm his mark.
Kat you are breaking copyright by putting up Alan's marks and I would like you to remove them please, as it will be me that he takes to task. If you have permission and acknowledge him that is fine. Thanks.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 9 Dec - 10:15

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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 10 Nov - 13:29

When I last read this topic I was left with the impression that the mug I had posted was the work of Bill Schiessel. I totally missed Suzanne's comment that it was indeed her work.

That makes sense of this, which certainly gave me pause for thought:

mugs by father and daughter:
(left) Michael Block
(right) Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen

Same clay, same glaze, same handle.

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t6881-michael-block-mug#27190

All prompted by a tm purchase of two large and lovely mugs by Suzanne.

98mm H x 85 OD top

The final picture compares the old and more recent mugs by SB-J, which have the two variants on her stamp as seen in a previous post.
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Post  sarah and Cloud on Fri 17 Feb - 18:09

Ev wrote:Now we just need Bill to confirm his mark.
Kat you are breaking copyright by putting up Alan's marks and I would like you to remove them please, as it will be me that he takes to task.  If you have permission and acknowledge him that is fine.  Thanks.

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Re: Suzanne Bloch-Jorgensen

Post  Ev on Fri 17 Feb - 19:51

Thanks for that sarah and Cloud Smile

We often get copied and pasted and quoted and misquoted from this site, so we prefer to use the permission and acknowledgement idea for copyrights, as one heck of a lot of time and sweat has gone into gathering all of this resource, by many people.
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