Beach Pottery shards with Designs?

by Sue R
(Milwaukee, WI., USA)

The lot, an interesting mix!

The lot, an interesting mix!

The lot, an interesting mix!
Detail - what could it be? Or have been, I should say.
The Threes, I love these little pieces. I wish I had a super power to know their history!
Intriguing - Lake Michigan, Wisconsin side

Several pieces of pottery shards with designs - Trying to identify! (Found on the shores of Lake Michigan, Wisconsin side)


~ sea glass identification question submitted by Sue R, in Milwaukee, WI., USA

Several pieces of pottery shards with designs - Trying to identify! (Found on the shores of Lake Michigan, Wisconsin side)? 


 Hello,

I am hoping to find any clues or suggestions on how to find information on pottery shards I have found along Lake Michigan, on the Wisconsin side. 

I have searched the net and my brain is dizzy with all the information; I haven't found a thing yet.

Some designs are quite interesting; others are just a glaze.

Any help appreciated!

Thanks,

Sue

~ sea glass identification question submitted by Sue R, in Milwaukee, WI., USA



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Mind boggling
by: Sue R

Hey Marylyn, I'd love to see some of the shards you've found.

I've been much given up trying to find any specific info on mine; search the internet provides a mind boggling plethora of pottery.

Impossible to narrow it down.

Oh well, they are still fun to find!

Pictures from a bygone era
by: Marylyn

Great examples of pottery shards.
I have collected some pieces very similar
Cheers,
Marylyn

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