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Horses248 of 546Melba Ware Minature ceramic marked with the Green sticker Horse, shire type  19th Century Unsigned Oil On Canvas Board Base On John Frederick Herring's  'Three Members of the Temperance Society"
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Callin2jim
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    Two horses galloping on top of a wave style green platform that is all conjoined to the two horses. The horses are a chocolate brown with long manes that are off white. They are almost side by side/ the front horse bowing on front hoofs while the back horse is jumping with his front. Stands 7" tall, length is 9", and width is approx 3". No chips, scratches, etc. Been in family for over 50 years. Was moms who passed away 5 years ago. Please help...

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    1. Collectomaniac Collectomaniac, 5 years ago
      Google German porcelain horses. You might find a match in this area.
    2. Collectomaniac Collectomaniac, 5 years ago
      Maybe it's a Grafenthal.
    3. robin56 robin56, 5 years ago
      I'm thinking asian origin instead of European. The little red mark appears to be chinese or japanese. Could you give a little more information?

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