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Pottery8280 of 11729The Kitty love continuesFiesta Ware "Deco" Bud Vase by Homer Laughlin / Lt. Green or Original Green / Original Design Circa 1936-1946 Reintroduced 1986
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    Posted 8 years ago

    scouse68
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    been in my family for at least 70 years, would like to know any history, maker etc. they are a matched pair, slight damage to the rims and have been repaired, would like to know were they originated, belonged to my grandmother in Liverpool England.

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    1. cab207 cab207, 7 years ago
      I'm going to guess it's Japanese and i would look it up on this site and i bet you can find a match for the bottom markings http://gotheborg.com
    2. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 7 years ago
      This is definitely Japanese and known as Moriage ware. Nice piece so look after it

      Dean
    3. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 7 years ago
      The mark on the base is the artists signature which will be almost impossible to find unless you know what factor and period in which he worked

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