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    Posted 7 years ago

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    The picture is Pegasus and under the hooves are 3 double circles and in each circle is a letter the letters are J S T ( I Think)
    Written under Pegas is the word Vitreous.

    I thought this was a vintage powder box/container.

    Any help appreciated.

    Thank You.

    I found this at a Garage Sale for .75 when vacationing in Pennsylvania. No cracks or nicks but plenty of crazing.

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      T S T = Taylor Smith Taylor mark used 1901-1930
    2. Gillian, 6 years ago
      Early history of Taylor, Smith & Taylor

      Pottery Site Map (shows all the different patterns.

      They don't seem to have made vanity items. Just click on one of the boxes under the Taylor, Smith & Taylor, and a wide variety on the named line is shown. Also they an ephemera section which is interesting.
    3. Gillian, 6 years ago
      Thanks aghcollect for coming up with the correct name from the maker stamp. Helps a lot with that for a starting point.
      "Vitreous" is the name/type of glaze that was used.

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