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#201 with incised Double-A, Van Briggle, date of 1903 and Roman Numeral III for clay type, in the handwriting attributed to Artus Van Briggle; and incised Design #201.
#192 with all the typical 1903 markings, plus the addition of black mark Roman Numeral indicative of experimental markings.
#146 “Early” 1904 #146 “Later” 1904 Robert Wyman Newton notes change in script style; particularly the V & A in Van Briggle.
More than 600 pieces were in the first kiln.” Page 143, Van Briggle Notes & More The kilns at the 1908 Memorial Pottery were in use from May 19, 1908; however, the official Dedication of […] Stanley Goff recently posted on facebook, photos of a very handsome LION statue, in what appears to be the Van Briggle turquoise glaze.
Information on dating Van Briggle was written by Robert Wyman Newton for his Catalogue of Van Briggle Designs; and as a co-author of A Collector’s Guide to Van Briggle Pottery. Robert graciously permitted me to utilize his information in my book.… continue reading »
Kathy Honea is a Van Briggle collector, and recently authored the book \"Van Briggle Notes,\" which covers the period from Artus Van Briggle\'s birth to 2011. She and her husband, Bob Teas, spent several years traveling the United Stated to places of Van Briggle-related importance, and was encouraged by previous authors to document… continue reading »
Van Briggle Art Pottery was at the time of its demise the oldest continuously operating art pottery in the United States, having been established in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1901 by Artus and Anne Van Briggle.… continue reading »
Van Briggle actual marking of years was basically nonexistent after 1920. Fire, flood, and several different owners all contributed to the myriad of bottom markings, leaving no consistency to identification of Van Briggle pottery.… continue reading »
Van Briggle Pottery from 1907 to 1912. Van Briggle Pottery produced between the later part of 1907 through 1912 is typically marked Van Briggle, Colo Spgs or Colorado Springs, as well as finisher numbers to either or both the left and right of the double A logo and the design number below Colo Spgs.… continue reading »
This page will explore known Van Briggle Pottery marks used by the company over the years. The method of signing pieces did change over the years. This page is designed to be a basic guide to help you identify the actual date of your piece of Van Briggle.… continue reading »