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    Posted 7 years ago

    antiqueOC
    (3 items)

    This vase was given to me by my grandmother. I've done quite a bit of research but haven't found much information.
    This blue vase resembles a flower frog but stands approx. 5" high with a diameter of 7". Also there is a '524' under glaze impressed maker's mark on the bottom.
    I thought I remember finding out this was a celery bowl or dish?
    Please post any thoughts or ideas so that I may finally know what this is. :) Thanks.

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    1. art.pottery, 7 years ago
      it's Brush McCoy in their Blue Onyx glaze.
    2. art.pottery, 7 years ago
      Ok, going to amend that. Since the clay is white, I'm guessing it more recent (circa 40s) Brush Pottery, same glaze name. Some of the Brush McCoy shapes were carried over after the partnership dissolved.

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