With hundreds of photographs,desciptions and easy navigation it is our objective to provide you with all the information you are looking for.


It is important to note, that even though we have worked diligently to provide you with the most accurate information we can, any copy, images, descriptions, or any other information found on this website, is only intended to be used for reference only. It is not intended to be used, in any way, as an official authentication of a piece. If you have a piece you think is of value you should find an expert to verify its authenticity and value. We suggest you consult with a licensed appraiser or other expert in the field. We in no way guarantee the accuracy of the material provided and is only provided for your enjoyment. All dates are approximate. It can be difficult to identify a maker and their mark, especially in older pieces, do to the methods used to create a mark (go to our marks library to see these methods).There is always interpretation associated with making a mark look as it was intended. This is probably why many of the early marks have been artistically interpreted and re-interpreted through history.



Welcome to Greystone Web. Publishing's Hull Pottery Identification Guide

Here you will find one of the most comprehensive Hull Pottery Identification Guides on the internet. We offer you three very important features not offered by any other Identification Guide that we are aware of. We give you the ability to Search by Shape, Pattern, and marks! This gives you the collector, retailer, or online merchant the ability to find the most accurate information anywhere.




Visit our marks library to find a Hull Pottery mark, date used, and the method in which it was used on the piece it appears. In our library you will also find a few definitions of terms.
Go to Marks Library