Van briggle pottery dating
Typical Roman numeral marks for Van Briggle include: III for 19 examples; and V for 1904 examples.
Remember, too, that those markings may have faded over the years.
Artus Van Briggle, an American artist of Dutch descent, was established as a world class painter in Europe.
Having been trained at the finest academies there, and with paintings accepted by the Paris Salon, he received the highest honors for a painter in his day.
Multiple glaze colors were used on singular pieces with specific glaze and textural results.
Collectors pay more money for Van Briggle pieces made prior to 1920 since mold forms, colors, and glazes are exceptional.