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Pottery5827 of 11802BLUE MOUNTAIN POTTERY - FISH - CANADIAN C.A.S., Ceramiche Artistica Solimene of Vietri vase, italy
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    Posted 6 years ago

    billypicke…
    (247 items)

    I bought a lot off pottery today from all over my little town.

    This one I grabbed real fast, I seen a lady eyeballing it.

    Any thoughts on this ?

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    Comments

    1. daytrader57 daytrader57, 6 years ago
      What does the mark underneath read? Rough hunch is European made mixing bowl from the 1930's or so...does not look like a USA design.
    2. billypicker65 billypicker65, 6 years ago
      daytrader, no markings on it.
    3. tigerchips tigerchips, 6 years ago
      Could be Maiolica?
    4. billypicker65 billypicker65, 6 years ago
      tigerchips, you mean Majolica ?
    5. tigerchips tigerchips, 6 years ago
      No, Maiolica from Italy
    6. Gillian, 6 years ago
      Maiolica was made during the Italian Renaissance - 14th thru 16th Century.
    7. surfdub66 surfdub66, 6 years ago
      Try google morocco pottery bowl or maybe Portuguese !!
      I'm no expert but have a similar type one which came from morocco ;-)
      Good luck !!
    8. billypicker65 billypicker65, 6 years ago
      surfdub66, Thank You, I will check that out. 8 days wow, sucks when you lose your cell phone, no notifications.

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