Those who live in Canada may be familiar with the Blue Mountain Pottery brand. It is one of the most famous ceramic manufacturing plants in the town of Collingwood, Ontario. It is now the town of Blue Mountains. The studio was founded in early 1953 by Jozo Weider, from once known as Czechoslovakia. In addition to being very popular in Canada, the pottery is sold in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand, as well as several other countries around the world.
Over the years, its unique design and blue-green glaze are still admired and collected throughout the country. Blue Mountain Ceramics is unique in using a patented varnishing method called reflow mode. Two different liquid glazes were used, one in a bright shade and one in a darker shade. The glaze flows during the firing process, creating a striped pattern that differs from each piece of pottery. In addition to the traditional green, Blue Mountain Pottery products are available in a variety of shades including Harvest Gold, Cobalt Blue, Mocha, Tin, Red, Brown and Traditional Green.
The workshop also created a variety of ceramics, including animal figurines, jugs, jars and vases. Blue Mountain Pottery's merchandise has a loyal following in today's competitive market. As such, they are highly sought after by collectors, and pottery is often available for purchase. It tends to be worth more than traditional tableware, and some are even sold as collectibles. On the one hand, Blue Mountain Pottery's very methodical product design and production is one of its main selling points.
Blue Mountain Ceramics has been very successful. Many pottery enthusiasts, not only in Canada but globally, continue to enjoy their ceramic art. BMP is a brand that has the power to impress generations without being associated with it. It has won the hearts of many who appreciate its beauty and collectible value.
BMP-Blue Mountain Pottery started producing this ceramic in 1953 and the company closed in 2004.