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There has been a recent increase in the number of pots submitted to nzpotters.com for identification.

If you have a ceramic work that you cannot identify perhaps the combined knowledge of Ceramics NZ members could help.

Each submission in the pot identification forum can be accompanied by an image to illustrate the work. Submissions may be replied to and each reply may also include one image.

Valuing Ceramics

There are two options for obtaining a valuation on ceramics.

  1. Contact the potter who made the work.
  2. Obtain a valuation from a recognised valuer.

Howard Williams was officially listed in the NZ Insurance directory for several years doing exactly this job for insurance claims on broken pottery. He still does this work, providing an official estimate letter for the insurance company for around $60 to $100. Enquiries to him should be sent with several photos from appropriate angles, plus of its mark (or a clear drawing of same)a pot’s full measurements, name of the maker and date if known. Original bought price and from where the pot was acquired can also be a help.

Howard's email is howardswilliams78@gmail.com

 

Can you identify these ceramic works?

The list below shows titles and the brief description entered with the submission. To view the full submission statement and associated replies and image, click the arrow button in the title line.

Identification topics are listed below (groups of 6) in reverse date order - latest first. Total topics = 27

Mum's Pots  

   
03-Feb-18 - Kate Hamilton - Pot_ID - 154 Replies 0
Can anyone help identify the potter?  

   
15-Jan-18 - Trish - Pot_ID - 153 Replies 0
Small pots and jug  

   
10-Jan-18 - Barbara Dinnissen - Auckland - Pot_ID - 152 Replies 1
Are you able to identify the pottery mark?  

Can you help?

   
03-Dec-17 - Rita - Pot_ID - 151 Replies 0
Can you help?  

Just wondering if you could help me to identify the attached potters mark ...it looks like either PT or TP but I haven't had any luck finding it.

   
22-Nov-17 - Karen Young - Pot_ID - 150 Replies 0
wanting to find out the potters name please  

Deco platter.

   
11-Oct-17 - Stef Railey - Wellsford - Pot_ID - 149 Replies 0
 


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