Friday, January 27, 2012
Pottery Marks of Prince Edward Island - Clay Impressions Pottery Studio - Ellen Burge
Clay Impressions Pottery Studio is home for Ellen Burge, when she isn't operating her booth at the Charlottetown Farmers' Market. Her website indicates:
If you are interested in purchasing my pottery please email me.
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While Mary Allison Doull (1866–1953), is well known as PEI's first professional woman artist, she was also the first professional studio...
Pottery has long been marked with the place of production as well as a means of identifying the potter or the studio. Requests from collecto...
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