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    Posted 8 years ago

    Hammerhead
    (18 items)

    Interesting and unique piece of pottery. 8" tall. Flat uneven coils. Light matte green glaze unusual with ashy color and burgundy at feet. No glaze at bottom of feet. Any info greatly appreciated. Makers mark especially.

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    1. VintageElle VintageElle, 8 years ago
      The two handles suggest a 'loving cup'. Perhaps you might consider describing it as an "earthenware loving cup goblet"?

      Loving cups originated in England so it could be a place to (at least start) to look for the mark. Lastly, I think that the 'curls' are also referred to as 'spirals'.

      Hope this helps you to find out something about it. It's really neat!
    2. Hammerhead Hammerhead, 8 years ago
      Thank You VintageElle!
    3. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago
      ? Might the shape be called a Trophy Vase.

      Not a real Trophy, but due to the handles and shape??

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