Tremar Marks

Tremar Pottery Marks

These are the different type of markings found on pieces produced by Tremar Potteries of Tremar and Liskeard in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.

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Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of Tudor House Money Box/Piggy Bank

Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of Tudor House Money Box/Piggy Bank

Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of The Swan Money Box/Piggy Bank

Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of The Swan Money Box/Piggy Bank

Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of the Fisherman - Photo by 338mpu on eBid.net

Tremar Pottery Marking on the Bottom of the Fisherman - Photo by 338mpu on eBid.net

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusually Clear Tremar Mark Where the Tremar Stamp Had Apparently Been Dipped In Glaze Before Use - This Mark Is On A Tugboat From the Tremar Ship Series

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusually Clear Tremar Mark Where the Tremar Stamp Had Apparently Been Dipped In Glaze Before Use - This Mark Is On A Tugboat From the Tremar Ship Series

The marking below appears on the bottom of the quite unusual Tremar Brown Owl. The TREMAR is on the bottom toward the back of the owl, and the UK is on the bottom of the owl’s right foot.

Marking on the Bottom of the Unusual Tremar Pottery Brown Owl

Marking on the Bottom of the Unusual Tremar Pottery Brown Owl

Unusual Double Marked Pieces

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusual Piece With a Double Tremar UK Mark - These Marks Are on the Bottom an Old English Sheepdog From the Tremar Little Dogs Series.

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusual Piece With a Double Tremar UK Mark - These Marks Are on the Bottom an Old English Sheepdog From the Tremar Little Dogs Series.

The image below is from the bottom of an unusual sort of violet-gray color The Pig and Whistle Money Box/Piggy Bank. The top mark appears to be drawn by hand. It is difficult to see, so text flashes on the image from time to time in order to highlight the marking. The other mark was made by the more often encountered TREMAR UK stamp that was pressed into the clay.

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusual Piece With a Double Tremar UK Mark - These Marks Are on the Bottom of The Pig And Whistle Money Box/Piggy Bank.

Tremar Pottery Marking - An Unusual Piece With a Double Tremar UK Mark - These Marks Are on the Bottom of The Pig And Whistle Money Box/Piggy Bank.

1 comment

  1. Ray says:

    Hi I have what I believe is a Tremar fishing boat with FY on the side of the boat for Fowey idetification very similar to the kitchen ware but it is unmarked underneath is a lot of Tremar pottery unmarked thanks

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