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    Posted 6 years ago

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    I am drawn to swirl pottery.
    These are a few small pieces I have.
    The tallest vase 5 1/2" on the left is stamped on the bottom Skag Ozark USA pottery. Not a lot of information on this company that I have found. It is made of onyx cave clay. Not the same thing as Ozark roadside tourist pottery.
    The center vase is marked with a faint number, but I believe it is a Nemadji pottery 3 1/4" tall. Beautiful sunset colors.
    The last one miniature sundried clay basket is 3 1/2 tall and looks like pieces of Gay Head pottery, Aquinnah, Massachusetts on Martha's vineyard. I would like to verify this, but so far haven't found anyone to contact. Any information would be helpful.

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    1. Behrinmind Behrinmind, 6 years ago
      The little basket I found out is made by Meyer Pottery in San Antonio, Tx in 1936 at the Alamo for their 150 year sesquicentennial.

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