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German RCW Bavaria Lusterware Milk Pitcher / Circa 1920

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Art Pottery56 of 168Mid Century Black and Gold Mosaic Style Vase /Unknown Maker/ Circa 1950-60Beautiful Brown  McCoy "Onyx" Vase / Yellow ware / Circa 1920's ?
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Posted 1 year ago

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mikelv85
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This was a bonus piece as it was sitting inside of the hopefully 19th century Famille Rose punch bowl that I picked up today at GW. I checked for a mark and saw one so I decided to buy it with the bowl. Today was an excellent day for shopping ! The lady at the Volunteer's of America store also informed me that Friday is "National Thrift Day" so everything in the store will be 50% off. Now I don't have to wait till the last Tuesday of the month ! -Mike-

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The RCW backstamp, a triangle configured around a small flower, is from Retsch & Co. of Wunsiedel (a city and district in Northeast Bavaria) and they used this particular symbol on their wares immediately after World War I. Underglaze base chips are a common manufacturing process of that era.

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