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Posted 4 years ago

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I would like to know if someone could estimate the age and value of these two Decanters/Pitchers.

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  1. Kisa, 3 years ago
    I saw a French book about french majolica pitchers. He is the link - http://www.majolicasociety.com/majolicabookstore.htm. Also, I see some marks in the bottom of your pitcherbut its hard to read.
  2. Keith, 3 years ago
    Hello, it appears that your two St. Clement Majolica Ducks are from 1920-1930. I have two at my antique store, but mine are from the 1960's and have the incised mark "St Clement", while yours have a transferware mark. At first glance I was suspect that they may be counterfeit as the color scheme didn't seem right, the mold looks different, and the transferware maker's mark through me off for a second. However, my reference material for St. Clement clearly shows your maker's mark with the dates 1920-30. I would estimate that the pair could sell for $450-$550 if they are in good condition without any chips, cracks, etc... The St. Clement Majolica Ducks from the 1960's are selling in the area of $160-$225 each. I just moved back to the US after living the last three years in Belgium, on the French border, and now own and antique store in Castle Rock, Washington where we specialize in European Antiques.

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