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Ram Figure Planter/ White Glaze Over Pink Clay/ Unknown Maker and Age

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Art Pottery95 of 248Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Co. (RRP Co.) /10.5" Brown Drip Glaze "Pudding Bowl" or "Planter"/Roseville Ohio Circa 1940'sSmall Pale Green Ceramic Rooster/ Unknown Maker and Age
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Posted 3 years ago

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mikelv85
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I thought this was a bit unusual both because of the colors and subject. It's a planter in the shape of a reclining ram done in a pinkish clay and then glazed in white. Where the glaze is thinnest some of the clay's color shows through. I kept picking it up and putting it back but something about it intrigued me. I don't think it's old at all. It's too clean and looks like it was never used. His head seems a bit large in proportion to the body as well. Could represent Aries I suppose. There are no marks or labels to be found.
-Mike-

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  1. mikelv85 mikelv85, 3 years ago
    Thank you Jay..... Some things just catch your eye and you say..."hmmm that's pretty cool...lol "
  2. crazycharacter, 3 years ago
    Odd piece. I love it! Thanks for sharing!
  3. dhayes, 28 days ago
    Hello Mike! My uncle who is 86 keeps talking about a "goat change holder" he had in his house as a young adult. I've been looking for him one the internet. Do you still have this item? I'm not sure this is what he is talking about but he described it as a goat laying down with a big head and a place to put change in the back. Thank you kindly. D. Hayes

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