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American Art Pottery Van Briggle Pottery & Tile - Home
    Established in 1899, Van Briggle Pottery & Tile is one of the oldest active art potteries in the United States, and has been considered one of the great American potteries for over a century. The Van Briggle studios produce the early designs of its founders, Artus and Anne Van Briggle, as well as pieces created over the years that compliment their celebrated style, in a variety of colors -- both historic and …

Dating and Valuing Van Briggle Pottery
    Van Briggle pottery was first produced in the spring of 1901 (some sources cite 1900) by Artus Van Briggle in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As an accomplished painter, he studied in France in the late 1800s while employed for Rookwood Pottery and garnered an …

Artus Van Briggle
    The Van Briggle Pottery Company was founded in 1901 by Artus Van Briggle in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Artus was an accomplished artist and potter from Cincinnati, Ohio who had previously worked at the Rookwood Pottery Company. He studied abroad in Paris during the years of 1892-1896.

BottomMarkings - Clement Marot Hull - A Van Briggle Original
    36 rows · Apr 29, 2007 · Nelson Curtis - Van Briggle Artist from 1964 - 1968. Designer of "Rebecca at the Well" and ... - The History of Van Briggle Marks
    Differences in script, clay color, bottom residue, finishers numbers, glazers marks and artist initials can all help in the dating of a piece of Van Briggle pottery. The earliest pieces of Van Briggle will often have the AA logo, company name, roman numerals and a date and stamped shape number in most cases.

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