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Crane figurine- need help with mark - Potteryin Pottery
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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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Stoneware mushroom bank - Potteryin Pottery
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  1. That’s what the Antiques Roadshow would call a “marriage”! Regardless, I love it!!
  2. Here’s some info on the maker
  3. It has a Polish influence inthe pattern, but I’m not sure if Poland has any red clay. Can you zoom out a little bit on the signature, it’s a little too close
  4. Sorry, I didn’t have any luck with my search. It looks British, very cottage garden qith the Foxglove etc, but they may be prevalent in Belgium too! It is very well executed though!
  5. lardas?
  6. It is unusual, I’m wondering if the display area was added later, as a custom piece because the colour and finish looks slightly different
  7. Thanks Sean, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
  8. This will help
  9. It must have been made after the Berlin wall came down as there's no East and West Germany or USSR, right? 1989? or else pre WWII
  10. Too bad about the cup :(
  11. It is Kutani, but I think earlier, maybe 1920’s
  12. I think it is also Japanese. Noritake (Morimura brothers ) had very similar pieces with the moriage gilt and azaleas in the late 19th, early 20th century, which other companies copied for the USmarket...
  13. It is beautiful, and I think you’re correct that it was probably Japanese, the mark looks like Mt Fuji, so could be Kutani or Suzuki?, can’t really see the mark too well
  14. compact not impact!!!
  15. The impact is older than that, as it has the mesh to hold loose powder, whereas more modern ones would have had a circle to pop pressed powder refills into. maybe pre WWII
  16. Here’s the link
  17. Looks like walnut, so probably American made in the 1950-60’s when they were US furniture companies were competing with Danish modern imports. Walnut had a similar grain and was more easily attainabl...
  18. A photo of the mark will help determine the age.
  19. Early 20th century Here’s a link to a great resource for all Saffordshire potteries with the marks for Booths
  20. probably not any made in Japan!
  21. love the cat!
  22. is it possibly a wine chiller?
  23. I think it’s a generic Japanese import mark from the 1960’s , but could be wrong, so try here:
  24. If you can’t find it there, this may help you decipher the mark, and you may be able to contact them too
  25. it dates from 1891-1920’s
  26. Probably will never find the pattern name as the older ones didn’t really have names, sometimes pattern numbers
  27. No marks on the base?
  28. Could be restaurant ware- the name of an old restaurant?
  29. It is beautiful and Japanese Satsuma. Above is a link to some marks, and yours may be found there
  31. You should post it in glassware or crystal category, and you will get more help than in china
  32. Sorry, couldn’t find anything on the mark. Looks fairly new, or maybe just unused. Someone told me on CW that if it’s wheel thrown, it is not Native American, as they only make molded pieces
  33. Looks like a Kokopelli when you rotate it
  34. Looks like Kim Jong-un , the leader of North Korea
  35. It is lovely, but why do you have it posted in the mid century modern category?
  36. The company has been in business since 1947, but the shape lead me to believe that your piece dated from the mid 1970-80’s, when the octagonal shape was popular
  37. I was just going to give you the same info, but see that you solved the mystery on your own ho2cultcha!
  38. They were probably European porcelain blanks hand painted by a talented hobbyist, as was popular during the late 19th century into the 1930’s.
  39. The pieces are not that old, you're correct dating from the 1980-2000 period when Bernadaud took over the company. The name is related to the original 18th century Limoges company, which was taken ove...
  40. Munge or murge I may not be made by a Native American, just has that theme
  41. I think the first name is James
  42. Try searching sgraffito pitcher -or jug with sgraffito work. My guess would be Mediterranean -Italian or Portuguese with the coastal red clay
  43. I had to look up what kintsugi was, but I would leave it as it is, it’s beautiful and I also love the unusual base
  44. Love IT!
  45. A pretty sad bear though!
  46. That particular mark was used from 1913 onwards until, I think ,the late 50’s.I you can find the pattern name, you will get a better idea of the age from the production dates.You can try replacements....
  47. I’m goinghome next year, so maybe Nessie will cooperate, and show herself, although I’m not sure we will be going that far north this time
  48. I didn’t have any luck with the marks, sorry. I does look better quality than the norm
  49. If there’s no country of origin marked on it, that usual means it is earlier than 1898, however it may have had a sticker with the country on it, which has since been removed or worn off. Check the l...
  50. I believe it is Otto Grunert and dates from 1910-30
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