Thursday, February 23, 2006

Potter's Marks

Emily Murphy's blog post "A Potter's Mark" is interesting in several ways. First, those potters have it so easy! Just press a stamp into the wet clay and your maker's mark becomes an indelible part of their work.

But Emily goes on to say that one magazine is showing the marks of the potters they feature, and that the Potters Council is creating an archive.

Wouldn't it be a good idea for woodturning organizations and publishers to do the same?




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1 comment:

Malcolm Reding said...

Great idea but how do you date a stamp?