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In 1906 Van Briggle Pottery stopped using Roman numeral markings and for the first time added either Colorado Springs or Colo Springs to the bottom marks.
Early 1907 Van Briggle Pottery often has marks that include the logo, Van Briggle, Colo Spgs, shape number, and date.
The Roseville Pottery Company used many different marks during its existence.
We're emphasizing American pottery marks, but included a few Canadian pottery marks as well. Note: Not all makers have a mark here, or a good one. Note that some of the marks have been enhanced for clarity — the original, unedited marks appear on linked photos.In 1923, Roseville pottery started using the blue ink stamp Rv mark that is often seen on patterns such as Roseville Carnelian I, Rosecraft Panel, Vintage, etc. Roseville patterns produced between 19 were marked with only paper or foil labels and sometimes with the corresponding shape number and size.Roseville patterns with paper or foil labels include such notable lines as Baneda, Blackberry, Cherry Blossom, Falline, Futura, Jonquil, Monticello, and Sunflower (photo 3).The bottom shows the name, if there is one, the color of the clay, the way the piece is fired, and other characteristics that help with the identification.If you're looking to identify a piece of marked pottery, you may want to check our American Pottery Marks and Resource Directory and compare the mark there. Since not all pottery is marked, the identification must be done with a little more resourcefulness. Most American pottery pieces have some weight to them–unlike the Japan imports of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s that seem fairly light in comparison.