The simple answer is, yes, blue mountain pottery is "worth money", since there are collectors out there willing to pay to acquire pieces of it. How much depends on the rarity of any given piece, but most of it will not make you rich, least of all off a single piece. The more common pieces may be worth as little as $5 and the rarest have gone on eBay for several hundred dollars (up to $500 or so). It may go up in value, as the company closed down at the end of 2004, but this depends on the collectors continuing to be interested in it, of course.
If you have piece of Blue Mountain Pottery with gold writing on it, it probably is NOT actually Blue Mountain Pottery, as most of it did not have this. Your piece is probably some other type of souvenir pottery, possibly McMaster.
I have a set of my grandmother's blue ridge pottery dishes, about 60 yrs. old. They are hand painted flowers and are beautiful. I can't find any information on these pieces. Can anyone help?
if the seal is blue then yes. it's a silver certificate.
Delft or delftware
The address of the Blue Mountain Public Library is: 110 Mill Street, Blue Mountain, 38610 0037
Glaze is coloured blue by adding small amounts of the mineral Cobalt Oxide to the mixture. The instructions for making different kinds of pottery glaze are best learned at pottery classes and from books.
how tall is blue mountain
10000000 alot of money
Denby pottery Derbyshire
no idea! lol. :)