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Post by abstract*toad August 26th 2023, 7:45 am

Stoneware bowl, impressed mark which possibly reads as a b with a dot. Having said that, it looks very much like a letter s when held a certain way.
Any help with ID welcomed,  thank you. 

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Post by philpot August 26th 2023, 8:33 am

My first thought is that it looked a bit like a capital B with the top join not completed or glaze occluded. That Would make it be very much like the mark of Paul Barron. He taught at Farnham and shared a pottery with Henry Hammond post-war.
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Post by abstract*toad August 26th 2023, 8:41 am

Good morning philpot. Thank you for the feedback, I am appreciative.
I agree, the mark doesn't look complete and as a result, it could be anything!!! Hence I'm not too hopeful in getting an ID. I'll have a dig around P.Barron and see what else pops up.
I was sure (when I first picked it up) there would be the mark of D.L.Jones to the underside, it's very similar in many respects to a few of his pieces I've owned. So no doubt it's by an accomplished potter, in my opinion.
Many thanks again 🙏
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Post by Potty August 26th 2023, 9:08 am

My first thought was Julia Quigley, but the mark is slightly off.

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Post by carolalev August 26th 2023, 9:52 am

Maybe Branscombe?
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Post by abstract*toad August 26th 2023, 10:13 am

Potty & Carolalev, thank you both. Good to have more to go on, at worst I will learn something new and that is always a bonus.
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Post by Potty August 26th 2023, 12:02 pm

Branscombe seems spot on.

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Post by Pugmill August 26th 2023, 12:31 pm

There is a similar bowl on this Eric Golding thread.

https://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t18714-eric-golding-branscombe-pottery#186539
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Post by abstract*toad August 26th 2023, 1:04 pm

It's lacking the E, but the other mark looks pretty much spot on, as well as ticking a few other comparable boxes....

I nearly didn't post this bowl because I wrongly believed the mark to be too obscure for ID. I'm so glad I did.
Many thanks Pugmill for providing the final confirmation, and thanks again to everyone else that helped.
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