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European Art Pottery693 of 2026What are these called? "Per Linnemann Schmidt for Palshus"!!
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    Posted 5 years ago

    lil1steve
    (10 items)

    Hello Everyone,
    I have hit a roadblock on my item, I know its was sold by Keramik Weber in Koln Germany and it might be Italian, I liken the panels to a church stain glass windows, I am looking for country, approximate age ( I was thinking 1960's ) but any help , the item is 4 inches across and about 3 1/2 inches high, I even would like to know if its shape.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      I agree that it looks Italian especially with that numbering system but I am not so sure. The way the dark glaze has been continued under the base seems wrong.
      It might be by Lu Kopfler for Lipp? His designs were a bit like this.
    2. lil1steve lil1steve, 5 years ago
      The dark background is a flat black paint or something similar

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