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Blue Mountain Pottery of Canada

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Blue Mountain Pottery was a Canadian pottery company located in Collingwood, Ontario. It was founded in 1953 by Dennis Tupy and Jozo Wieder and closed in 2004.[1] Originally producing hand-painted ski motifs on purchased blanks, production of the red clay items started in 1953-1954. It went on to produce various types of pottery, from animal figurines to jugs, pots and vases. The company's products have a large fan base and are collected worldwide.
Blue Mountain Pottery items feature a unique, trademarked glazing process known as "reflowing decorating." Two different liquid glazes, one light and one dark in colour, were applied. During the firing process the glazes would run, creating streaking patterns unique to each piece.
Blue Mountain Pottery items were available in the traditional green hues, but also in harvest gold, cobalt blue, mocha, pewter, red, and brown.
This pottery is widely collected and has spawned the Blue Mountain Pottery Collectors Club.
The items displayed here are small sugar bowl, creamer together weigh 1lb,
each are 3" high, 3.5" wide in widest point, small ceramic green pitcher weighs 1 lb. is 7.25" high and 4" wide at widest point, Spade shaped dish to hold creamers, sugar packs, weighs 6.5 oz. 5.8" long and 5.75" at widest point and 1.5" high. total is 2 lbs. 7 oz.
Blue Mountain Pottery was a Canadian pottery company located in Collingwood, Ontario. It was founded in 1953 by Dennis Tupy and Jozo Wieder and closed in 2004.[1] Originally producing hand-painted ski motifs on purchased blanks, production of the red clay items started in 1953-1954. It went on to produce various types of pottery, from animal figurines to jugs, pots and vases. The company's products have a large fan base and are collected worldwide.
Blue Mountain Pottery items feature a unique, trademarked glazing process known as "reflowing decorating." Two different liquid glazes, one light and one dark in colour, were applied. During the firing process the glazes would run, creating streaking patterns unique to each piece.
Blue Mountain Pottery items were available in the traditional green hues, but also in harvest gold, cobalt blue, mocha, pewter, red, and brown.
This pottery is widely collected and has spawned the Blue Mountain Pottery Collectors Club.
The items displayed here are small sugar bowl, creamer together weigh 1lb,
each are 3" high, 3.5" wide in widest point, small ceramic green pitcher weighs 1 lb. is 7.25" high and 4" wide at widest point, Spade shaped dish to hold creamers, sugar packs, weighs 6.5 oz. 5.8" long and 5.75" at widest point and 1.5" high. total is 2 lbs. 7 oz.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(73)
Reviewed by Thomas Romero
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 2, 2018
Great old vase that really classes up the homestead! It was great buying from Barry. He was very nice and helpful all-around. Best luck, in all you do, Barry!
Rare Authentic Warrick Vase, Handpainted Possibly 80-90 years old.

Reviewed by jaandbr
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 1, 2018
Quick ship and good pack. Sorry this very responsive seller is leaving etsy.
Queen Anne Mixed Roses Tea Cup made in England

Reviewed by jaandbr
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 1, 2018
Sorry that seller is leaving etsy. Responsive, quick ship, good pack. Happy customer.
Queen Anne Bone China Tea Cup of England with Blue Roses and Gold Trim patent number 8471

Reviewed by jaandbr
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 1, 2018
Quick ship, good pack, seller meant it when he said contact him if interested in an item and he would halve the price. Sorry to see that seller is leaving etsy.
Vintage Royal Sutherland Staffordshire England Yellow Red Blue Flower Gold Trim Tea Cup Saucer Fine Bone China

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BUYERS EXCEPT ITEM "AS IT"(except Shipping cost) I can not afford this, and I am good for my word.

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Barry Bentley

Blue Mountain Pottery of Canada

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: turquoise pottery, red clay pottery
  • Feedback: 73 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people
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