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  1. Here’s a link to a piece done in a similar technique http://www.antiquetrader.com/antiques/ceramic-decorative-art-of-the-aesthetic-movement
  2. Moriage is raised relief, essentially “piped on” yours is referred to as sgraffito, carved in
  3. Did you sell it or give it to a family member or friend? I love it!
  4. The mark on your piece was used from 1913 until I believe the 1960’s, but yours is probably pre WWII
  5. I thought it said MADE IN ENGLAND?? can you take another photo which isn’t zoomed in so far please
  6. She is so cute! I see it has an impressed mark on the base but can’t read it
  7. 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!
  8. I always thought Waterdord was engraved on the base, but not sure. Waterford’s site has a great search engine to help identify patterns
  9. 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...
  10. I just googled Cave painting bowl and I think I found i!- Lauri Ana pottery http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/t9274-lauri-ana-lauriana-studio-pottery
  11. 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
  12. Made by or exported by Blakeman & Henderson-ypur mark dates between 1890-1910
  13. 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...
  14. Michael Schlyer of Flat Earth Pottery in Kansas. They have a Facebookpage, so you could contact them for more info
  15. Schlyer?
  16. What is the signature Manuria?
  17. 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...
  18. It’s Burgess & Leigh, Dutch is the shape of the mould- a Dutch shape jug that came in many patterns
  19. Stunning!
  20. Beautiful glaze, What size is it?
  21. You can try here http://www.gotheborg.com
  22. I’m not sure the Chinese made soup bowls that shape, looks English to me
  23. rm maybe?
  24. 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.
  25. Please post a photo of the base
  26. 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...
  27. The OLD ENGLISH refers to the shape/mold pattern, and it was used in many dishes with different patterns. On replacements.com I found yours, if you scroll down but not in stock http://search.replacem...
  28. Definitely english lettering when you enlarge it and reduce the exposure
  29. It has a monogram of either CS or GS. as i’m not sure if the curl on the bottom makes it a G or it’s the lower part of a “p” for the next letter in the name sp maybe S Graez? or C Spaez. I will see w...
  30. Swiss or French, with the line through the number 7, or did they do that in Germany/ Austria too?
  31. Is there not a letter ”T” under the number?
  32. Thanks fleafinder and vetrai50 for the info.
  33. The mark is from an old photo I transferred from my old computer, so wasn’t able to edit it. I will have to get my bowl and look at it again ast he mark got blurred when I cropped the pic
  34. Thanks, what is late Qing period? I’m guessing around 1960’s?
  35. There is a Mollica mark from the mid 19th century similar to yours, and I believe yours looks like it would be of that high quality. As the marks were written on , there are variations. I found the ma...
  36. If you hold the plate at an angle, you should see that the gold is over the clear glaze, not underneath, if it was painted after
  37. This beautiful plate was made by Union Ceramique in the early 1900-20’s, however I suspect it was a blank, painted by a talented amateur, or a decorating studio, as was very popular in the late 19th, ...
  38. Look carefully around the coloured decoration, and see if it’s slightly uneven or smoothly carved/ appears to be stamped out/molded because if it’s been hand etched/engraved, obviously the value woul...
  39. Possibly Mollica of Naples, 19th C ,but I think you need to research more .and post a close up photo of just the base
  40. Looks like you’ve already solved it!
  41. It reminded me of Keller & Guerin so thought it was their sister company Theophile Fenal in Badonville. They had the name of their patterns under the mark, but couldn’t find an example of the impresse...
  42. Here is similar form to yours, however i think yours is older, 1900 http://www.ebay.com/itm/EARLY-1900s-OLD-JAPANESE-TOKANABE-POTTERY-VASE-WITH-EARS-12-1-2-034-TALL-X-6-034-WIDE-/231442268650?hash=it...
  43. Nippon is an old word for Japan, however Noritake kinda adopted that word as their own, so much so that all the Nippon collectors sites are only interested in pieces by manufacturers under the Norita...
  44. It is beautiful!
  45. Stunning!
  46. It’s a little blurred, can you post a clearer pic?-, maybe taken in daylightlooks like it begins with Lipp...? Looks like it also says GDR underneath?
  47. I was just going to say that it looked like it had an impressed makers mark at the top leftof the base in the photos, but maybe it’s just my eyes playing tricks on me. Can you crop and enlarge a photo...
  48. It was probably a medallion mounted much later, probably in the US, as British silver would not have been marked that way
  49. Love the Forget-me0nots pattern! I believe they refer to this as a nut bowl, and many came with 4 smaller sized ones for individual servings of nuts
  50. if you mean the raised relief dots and lines, it's moriage
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