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IJ
Ingleside Pottery from image pool on Flickr

Selected images IJ

  • Jhonston, Noelle – Noelle Jhonston (incised) [1981, 1985, 1986]
  • Jimmy’s Creek Pottery – Jimmy’s Creek Pottery (impressed)
  • Jindaroo Pottery – DR (painted) for David and Sue Rivett
  • Johnson, Andrew – in 1988 but no mark recorded
  • Johnson, John – no mark recorded yet
  • Johnston, Dorothy – Dorothy Johnston Blue mountains Australia (impressed in a geranium leaf), Bluegum DJ (impressed), Dorothy J (impressed)
  • Johnston, Sherryl Ann – SJ. in rectangle with rounded edges [1990]
  • Johnstone, Gary – Gary Johnstone with kangaroo (impressed) next to Graham Masters Sweenies Creek Pottery with map of Australia (impressed)
  • Jones, Don – d. jones (incised)
  • Jones, Ian – J [1981], LFP (impressed) for Laughing Frog Pottery [1996]; also two incised crossed lines
  • Jones, Jill – Jill Jones (incised)
  • Jones, Jo – Jo Jones (painted in oxide)
  • Jones, Marjo – Marjo [1986]; also MJ
  • Jones, Roselyn (Ros) – RJ in square [1985, 1986]
  • Jones, Sue – SJ [1981, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1996]
  • Jorgensen, Susan – Susan Jorgensen [1996]

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2 thoughts on “IJ

  1. We have a Epsom crock,32cm tallx 26cm around.Painted mark on base is BJ 130.Any ideas please.We work as volunteers in an op.shop,so also would appreciate some idea of price. Thanks. lorraine.

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    Posted by lorraine kaminski. | October 13, 2014, 4:39 pm
  2. Hi Lorraine, this list of Bendigo Pottery craftsmen’s initials is all we know at the moment about who worked at Bendigo Pottery during the Epsom period. You could try contacting Bendigo Pottery directly. If you find out who BJ was, please let us know and we will add the name to the list. Providing advice on pricing is outside the scope of the Australian Potters’ Marks project but you should be able to get some idea by monitoring results on Australian eBay.

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    Posted by Judith | October 13, 2014, 5:08 pm

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