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Looking at the PW and GW potters' marks Empty Looking at the PW and GW potters' marks

Post  Ev Tue 17 Sep - 7:49

There are so many PW marks:

Paul Wotherspoon has several marks attributed to him, but he doesn't agree with all.
Paul Walshe is very identifiable.
Paul White has several identifiable marks.
Peter Wilde
Peter Williams
Paul Winspear is easy to identify.

Then there is Gwyn Williams and this mark looks like PW not GW
and shows up in the Potters Marks book as extremely similar to this mark that we have in the Gallery as Paul Wotherspoon.

Looking at the PW and GW potters' marks Pw_or_10

Unfortunately where this conclusion was made, the photos of the pots have been removed so we can't go back over them.

I'm going to stick my neck out here and say that the mark above is by Gwyn Williams as it is so unlike Paul's other marks that match his work.
Please reply if you don't agree.
That is the joy of having an editable site where errors can be corrected easily.

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