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    Posted 7 years ago

    AQ-antique…
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    I am stumped trying to find out who is the maker of these 2 vases. It is some of the heaviest lava glaze I have ever seen. One even has some seashells in it. Both came from the same estate. One is marked HTC and the other H 66. Anyone have any ideas as to the maker? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Enjoy.

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    1. melaniej melaniej, 7 years ago
      I don't know who made them, but I sure do love them!
    2. AQ-antiquequest, 7 years ago
      Thanks for the comment melaniej. I was pretty excited to find them. Hope someone can help solve the mystery-AQ
    3. art.pottery, 7 years ago
      They remind me of wares produced in Iceland by a company called Glit. Might be a place to start. If the number is a date, they might predate Glit and be marked with the potters initials.
    4. AQ-antiquequest, 7 years ago
      Thanks art.pottery. I will look into Glit pottery.

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