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  1. With a very few exceptions, almost all middle period Weller forms show up in multiple glazes.
  2. Shows same form, same glaze, identifies as shape "01". About as good as it gets.
  3. You're correct, it's the signature of Charles Chilcote. He worked as a decorator on the 2nd Dickensware line.
  4. Brush McCoy "New Art Vellum" circa 1930-33. See Sanfords Brush McCoy text, book 1, page 85 for identical bowl.
  5. it's a rutile glaze, possibly Canadian?
  6. Check Weller Greenbriar
  7. It's Weller, but I'd guess Blo Red glaze
  8. Believe it's a recent Asian (probably Chinese) import. I've seen similar in Hobby Lobby, Garden Ridge, etc. Unglazed interior supports that.
  9. Wild guess: Chris Nowatski?
  10. Not sure from your post if you know it's RC or are asking if it is. It's Royal Copenhagen. The mark you reference is either the RC shield or more likely the artist mark. Compare Nordstrum's mark to s...
  11. Just going by the clay color, look at Uhl pottery for the shouldered jug. Possibly Zanesville Stoneware on the taller one.
  12. It's "Cyclamen"
  13. Its Monmouth Pottery. I can't direct you to a pic in a book, but I'm absolutely certain of that attribution.
  14. Not Muncie. Glaze reminds me of those used by Roseville on their Carnelian & Futura lines. However, the base and numbering font are inconsistent with Roseville. Thinking perhaps European?
  15. Might check Uhl pottery. Base and clay color look right
  16. Contemporary import from Indonesia/Bali. Google "Bali frog vase" for others.
  17. Think it might be Belgian.
  18. Not terracotta. When I look at the enlarged pic of her backside, there appears to be a mark or signature incised near the corner. Can you make out what it says?
  19. Not Grueby. Glaze is referred to as Chrome Red. Vase was most likely produced by one of the North Carolina potters circa the 30s. Using the search phrase "North Carolina chrome red vase" should start ...
  20. Congero is correct, it's part of a humidifier. Ceramic portion produced by Zanesville Stoneware Co.
  21. What a great vase! Halpern examples don't turn up often and are very desireable to collectors in both the US and Europe. You can read up here:
  22. Although your vase is a bit more mainstream than the majority of those I've seen, you can google or search eBay for: Czech Alienware (or Alien Ware) for additional examples. "Alienware" is just a ...
  23. Birds (eagle?) in or above circles, ovals or cartouches are much more common in USA manufacturer markings. However, the crossed 7s would indicate its likely of European manufacture. Went through both...
  24. its a recent Asian import, most probably produced in China. Made in the last 10 years.
  25. Can you add a pic of the base? Even if unmarked it can help a lot with attribution
  26. I suspect the mark is actually a shape designation number. Looks like 417?
  27. Perhaps Belgian?
  28. Perhaps Lorene or Ralph Spencer?
  29. It's a Haeger. Shown in the Paradis text on page 91. Identified as shape E-181.
  30. Several companies made a similar glaze. Stangl (Apple Green), Haeger (Geranium Leaf Green), Monmouth and a couple of others I'm drawing a blank on. Think early Haeger is a good possibility
  31. Google or search eBay for: Ozark Roadside Tourist Pottery
  32. Its a George Rumrill design, but not produced by Redwing. The double "r" marking (with one r reversed) indicates it was made by Shawnee Pottery. Rumrill's association with Shawnee began in April of '...
  33. Examples links:
  34. Stumbled on this vase pic doing an unrelated search. Ok, kind of late on the id but its Pfaltzgraff form a art pottery line they produced briefly circa the 30s (and possibly early 40s)
  35. The dark line on the rim is deliberate btw, not a glaze flaw.
  36. It's McCarty pottery of Merigold Mississippi. Plenty of info if you google it, kind of an interesting history as I recall.
  37. I've seen that combination of an ocher underglaze with a mottled matte green over glaze several times before. From memory, I believe it's Roseville? Looks like one of their forms also. If not, it's We...
  38. Sorry, its Ransburg
  39. Search Ransberg and see if you can find similar. From memory, I believe Ransberg purchased from several pottery companies and added the cold paint decoration.
  40. I'm intrigued. I've tried searching Pentagon, Octagon, Hexagon & Paragon w/out success. Have you tried a tissue paper and pencil rubbing of the mark to see if you can get any of the initial letter...
  41. I can't find anything from the studio that was produced with clay that burns to chocolate brown. Also, the OP marking seems substantially different from crossed S w/ dots or curved cross with dots ma...
  42. I think the more accurate name for the glaze would be Raku, might help with your search for an ID
  43. Originally produced circa 1908-24 with the #60 shape designation. Also found it in a 1932 catalog, also shape #60, but in a gloss glaze. I wasn't able to find anything similar shown on the invento...
  44. I agree. Nemadji or Desert Sands. Its a paint, not a glaze or the clay, so use care cleaning
  45. Ok, going to amend that. Since the clay is white, I'm guessing it more recent (circa 40s) Brush Pottery, same glaze name. Some of the Brush McCoy shapes were carried over after the partnership dissolv...
  46. it's Brush McCoy in their Blue Onyx glaze.
  47. Celadon glazed vase could be relatively recent Thai or Vietnamese.
  48. Yamasan, mid-century Japanese.
  49. It's Robinson Ransbottom (RRPCo.)
  50. Check Elbee
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