Heinz Martin was the main designer during the 1960s. During that time, the company produced brightly colored drip "lava" glazes on white clay that are popular with collectors today. They also did a considerable amount of work for the tourist trade. Jopeko markings were often nondescript, having few distinctive elements. Frequently, the shallow imprinting on the bottom of the pieces was covered with thick glaze, leaving them almost illegible. Many of their products originally bore metallic foil labels.
From potsandpots.com, fatlava.net, ginforsodditiques.com and ransbach-baumbach.de
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