Most collectors of Blue Mountain Pottery will agree that it is much harder to collect and find some of the alternate color variations used by this Collingwood Ontario Company. The company which was founded in 1953 produced items with a unique glazing process known as reflowing decorating.

As I said, the two color hues were usually the traditional Green Hues but they also produced in harvest gold, cobalt blue, mocha, pewter , red and brown.

This pottery is all widely collected, and there is even a collector’s club. If you visit their website you will find not only different color variations, but also artist collections and some very unusualĀ  pieces.

Pictures is a sweet harvest gold vase that I came across recently. For a nice selection of Blue Mountain Pottery click the link. This is an older piece as can be determined by the BMP marking on the bottom rather than the three triangles.