Chinese Pottery Marks Identification | Chinese Porcelain Ming Reign Marks

Chinese Pottery Marks Identification | Chinese Porcelain Ming Reign Marks

Chinese Pottery Marks Identification - Bing Images

PUI-THE MARK OF CHINA CERAMIC

Ceramics by Jacqui Ramrayka at Studiopottery.co.uk - Porcelain Bowls.

Ceramics by Jacqui Ramrayka at Studiopottery.co.uk - Porcelain Bowls.

Ian Smith (1948-) Pottery Mark.  Australian Studio Pottery.

Ian Smith (1948-) Pottery Mark. Australian Studio Pottery.

M&S Autumn Leaves melamine tea tray 1970-80's, l still have one of these...somewhere.

M&S Autumn Leaves melamine tea tray 1970-80's, l still have one of these...somewhere.

Ceramics by Jim Malone at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2006, first work from Lesson Hall Pottery, marked with an ‘L’

Ceramics by Jim Malone at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2006, first work from Lesson Hall Pottery, marked with an ‘L’

KYRA CANE CERAMICS. Cane’s pots are inspired by her observations of landscape and weather patterns. They range from large vigorously thrown pieces to small intimate pots, the surface of which is animated by a series of marks and subtle textures. She makes her work in series, being constantly engaged by subtle variations between each form. Photos: Sussie Ahlburg

KYRA CANE CERAMICS. Cane’s pots are inspired by her observations of landscape and weather patterns. They range from large vigorously thrown pieces to small intimate pots, the surface of which is animated by a series of marks and subtle textures. She makes her work in series, being constantly engaged by subtle variations between each form. Photos: Sussie Ahlburg

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