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Hand painted stoneware bud vases- Need help identifying potter - Potteryin Pottery
Japanese Kutani rice bowl - Potteryin Pottery
Stangl vase  - Potteryin Pottery
Klages of California bird on log - Potteryin Pottery
Crane figurine- need help with mark - Potteryin Pottery
Help needed with this letter holder  - Potteryin Pottery
Terracotta bowl with Native American influence. Help needed with maker - Potteryin Pottery
Help dating Wächtersbach German porcelain dish - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Lladro mommies with babies. Happy Mother's Day! - Figurinesin Figurines
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  1. You just solved one of my mystery pots! I have a wall pocket with the same motif, and signature of the T & B entwined, and no “pots” written which i could never identify Thanks!
  2. It is beautiful, but you do have to be careful with Chinese marks, as they’re often not from the actual period of the marks. I’m including a link to a great website for both Chinese and Japanese ceram...
  3. Looks great! Do you know what the original cover would have looked like?
  4. I love it!
  5. I believe there was an Atlantic Mold company in the 1960’s or earlier where you could buy molded unglazed pieces to decorate.
  6. I believe there was an Atlantic Mold company in the 1960’s or earlier where you could buy molded unglazed pieces to decorate.
  7. Monogram CIH or CJH?
  8. Toothbrushes used to be much smaller than they are today. My daughter and son both lived in different apartments with vintage bathrooms and their toothbrush handles didn’nt fit in the holes of the hol...
  9. Here’s the link. Keep in mindthat it may not be an “A” but some cojoined monogram or something else!
  10. These are stunning! I couldn’t find anything on the mark though, but was a talented potter. I don’t know where you are located, but you could try , which has a list of known Americ...
  11. This was made for Noritake by Morimura Brothers, I believe around 1912. Here is a link to a great site where you can view the backstamps for free:
  12. That was supposed to say Welsh, but not sure now, as yours hase a crown
  13. looks like a Wesh dragon, tone of the symbols on the flag of Wales
  14. It may be that the figurines were created fro the same mould, then sold to decorating companies to paint, which means there will be differences in the quality of the work, and of course with a few cha...
  15. Circa 1926, came in both colours. Here a link to a Noritake Collectors Guild website, where you can view everything for free
  16. I see a mould number in the third pic by the tail
  17. I don’t know how they could date it just from photos
  18. and yes to the drumstick!
  19. The muzzle looks too wide for a cat, looks like a wolf to me. Regardless, I love it!
  20. A Bluebird! Love it!
  21. Thai not Turkish!!!
  22. The characters almost look Arabic or Turkish to me, but I’m no expert!
  23. It is beautiful! If you thonk it’s Japanese, you can try finding the mark at this site.
  24. Did you sell it or give it to a family member or friend? I love it!
  25. The mark on your piece was used from 1913 until I believe the 1960’s, but yours is probably pre WWII
  26. I thought it said MADE IN ENGLAND?? can you take another photo which isn’t zoomed in so far please
  27. She is so cute! I see it has an impressed mark on the base but can’t read it
  28. I think they just got mixed up in the china cabinet or used as a replacement. Sugar bowl lids don’t usually have that deep sides or a stem vent!
  29. I always thought Waterdord was engraved on the base, but not sure. Waterford’s site has a great search engine to help identify patterns
  30. The glaze finish is often referred to as lusterware, made by Morimura Brothers for Noritake during the mid 1920’s. The piece with the handles is very art deco in style, but, I believe it’s a sugar bow...
  31. I just googled Cave painting bowl and I think I found i!- Lauri Ana pottery
  32. Probably, is it a chamber pot? Can’t tell what size it is, but there was probably a matching pitcher -a set made before indoor plumbing was common
  33. Made by or exported by Blakeman & Henderson-ypur mark dates between 1890-1910
  34. Wash basin and pitcher, made in Tunstall, Staffordshire. Here is a link to a great site for Staffordshire pottery, this page shows tsome of the marks used by Grindley, which will help you date your se...
  35. Michael Schlyer of Flat Earth Pottery in Kansas. They have a Facebookpage, so you could contact them for more info
  36. Schlyer?
  37. What is the signature Manuria?
  38. Burleigh ware is another name for some of their product lines. Many companies in the UK had a variation of this decoration -often called the “Old coach house” or Traveller’s Inn, or the "Swan Inn". Mo...
  39. It’s Burgess & Leigh, Dutch is the shape of the mould- a Dutch shape jug that came in many patterns
  40. Stunning!
  41. Beautiful glaze, What size is it?
  42. You can try here
  43. I’m not sure the Chinese made soup bowls that shape, looks English to me
  44. rm maybe?
  45. My brother in Scotland would love this, he’s an avid birdwatcher and is always going up North to catch a glimpse of the Golden Eagles.
  46. Please post a photo of the base
  47. I’m wondering if it’s for making a steak pie, like you get in the UK?. I make my “stew” filling in the oven in a casserole like that, then when the meat is done, I take off the lid, put my ceramic pie...
  48. The OLD ENGLISH refers to the shape/mold pattern, and it was used in many dishes with different patterns. On I found yours, if you scroll down but not in stock http://search.replacem...
  49. Swiss or French, with the line through the number 7, or did they do that in Germany/ Austria too?
  50. Is there not a letter ”T” under the number?
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Scottish Studio pottery vase by Barbara Davidson Another secondhand store find