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    Posted 7 years ago

    antiquelad…
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    Can anyone tell me what these would be used for and who possibly would have made them? Maker Pattern Era etc? Measure 1 7/8 inches tall and 2 7/8 inches across. Look to be transferware and possibly the ho ho bird? Or maybe English? Thank you for any help you can give me. I have searched and search for another to compare to but found nothing.

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    1. OlofZ OlofZ, 7 years ago
      Really sweet! Salt cellars, I would call them. I've seen the shape on Japanese salt cellars but the pattern feels more Chinese or pseudo-chinese. Could be from Meissen as well?
    2. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 7 years ago
      How absolutely delicious!
    3. antiquelady62, 7 years ago
      OlofZ thank you so much! I was wondering Meissen but there were no marks.. the two tiny holes on the bottom have me stumped I know I have seen them on pottery before. Will check with Meissen Thanks again
    4. antiquelady62, 7 years ago
      I cant find anything with Meissen.. any ideas?
    5. antiquelady62, 7 years ago
      Still looking for help with this please. Thank you
    6. Dave853 Dave853, 7 years ago
      You may try Replacements Limited, but if it is not marked, chances are it is not Meissen.
      http://www.replacements.com/identify.htm

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