Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf

by bob
(auckland)

Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf

Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf

Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf
Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf

Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf - also line flowing from inside of square to the outside of circle:- picked it up on an inorganic day...so paid nothing for it but was wondering what it was and who had made it... probably nothing excitably and i reckoned it might be for burning incense or something.


Any information would be greatly appreciated thanks.

Regards

Bob

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Pottery Mark with a Circle Inside a Square with a Howling Wolf


Hi Bob

I don't know this one, but I have a feeling we will get some headway on this one as the written description of the mark is very distinctive - in other words, people will be inputting this keyword description into search engines and therefore will find this thread on Google or whatever search engine they use.

In that case, they will hopefully take a couple seconds time out fromt heir busy days and post right here on the comments link below.

Here's hoping!

Peter (admin)

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Coyote Roadhouse Utsuwa Pottery Mark
by: Anonymous

I think this is an utsuwa from Coyote Roadhouse. I have their 6in square Cerulean blue single utsuwa with a pottery mark that is identical to your description.

Clayton

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Your piece is a flower frog vase. The pins hold a few flowers in place while the vessel holds a small amount of water. Not a clue as to the maker but flower frogs are very collectable.

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by: Peter (admin)

Ikebana is Buddhist ritual of offering flowers to spirits of the ancestors.

I went to look at the Coyote Roadhouse Pottery to check if they had a wolf marking - sadly none of their marks were showing and I could find no references on Google to confirm.

Anyone?

Peter

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