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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Mid Century Italian Pottery that I thought was Bitossi because of the colors.... The markings on the bottom makes me think otherwise. Does anyone know anything about this piece?

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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 9 years ago
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 9 years ago
      Fabulous Bitossi!
    3. klmgems1, 9 years ago
      I was researching Bitossi pottery yesterday, I have a piece in my basement I decided to unpack. I researched Bitossi pottery marks. I found out though 99% of all Bitossi pottery should have one of their pottery marks, there were some that were made to import to stores here in the US that went unmarked. But these pieces had a flat clay bottom, unglazed, with no mark at all. I would google Bitossi pottery marks, find the of a B, click on that image and go to that site. Go through the info and there should be some websites you can click on that should give you more info. I didn't read all the info because my piece is marked, I just can't identify the pattern name. He's a pottery expert and helps people identify real and fake Bitossi pieces, and also can usually identify other italian pottery that looks like Bitossi. It's a beautiful piece either way. It might be one of those pieces imported that just doesn't have the Bitossi mark. Give it a try. I'm still trying to identify mine and I'm going to send this person a picture of my piece. Hope this helps.

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