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7" Mystery Vase with striking glaze

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AmatoorPikr's likes25 of 39Vase from Reinhold & Co., Germany, ca. 1910Sterling & Noble Alarm clock
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Emme
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    The glaze on this vase goes from a deep speckled brown at the mouth to dark brown and then to purples, pale orange, and flashes of electric blue. It almost seems to have images of people sitting, but it could be something else too. Perhaps that's what makes it so beautiful, you can stare at it for quite a while, and then stare at it some more. It doesn't need flowers. I would like to know who made it so that I can research the artist and fully appreciate this vase.

    Excuse the photo quality, please. The glaze is very shiny and reflects any light, even on a gray day.

    height: 7"

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    1. melaniej melaniej, 6 years ago
      Looks like "Tony Morris" who worked for Poole Pottery...British.
      But you will have to research further.
      Best of luck
      BTW it's beautiful!
    2. Emme Emme, 6 years ago
      Thank you! Half the fun is the research, especially if you find the answer you are looking for.
    3. melaniej melaniej, 6 years ago
      try this FB site....they may help with a "Yes or No" answer in ref to Tony Morris Mark/Pottery

      British Studio Pottery Mystery Pots

      https://www.facebook.com/groups/230104693676065/
    4. Emme Emme, 6 years ago
      Thanks again.

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