Blue Mountain Pottery was a Canadian Pottery company located in Collingwood Ontario. It was founded in 1953 by Dennis Tupy and Jozo Wieder and closed in 2004.
Blue Mountain Pottery items feature a unique, trademarked glazing process known as “reflowing decorating.” Two different liquid glazes, one light and one dark in color, were applied. During the firing process the glazes would run, creating streaking patterns unique to each piece.
Although best known for it’s tradional green hues, it was also made in Harvest gold, cobalt blue, mocha, pewter, red and brown.
This pottery is widely collected and has spawned the Blue Mountain Pottery Collectors Club.
Early pieces were marked with a script BMP, final years saw the introduction of four triangles, it is all the same company.
Found some nice pieces of Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery here.