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Pottery2179 of 11130Antoine Gustave De Bruyn - FIVES LILLE, large ashtray.  late 19th centuryPottery or porcelain? From where and what year? :)
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Glassnutt
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    I sure would appreciate some help with identifying this ceramic piece! The pitcher has an art nouveau style and an iridescent glaze. It has a green body and a red handle that fans out onto the body. The painting of the red glaze on the "leaves" is casually applied. It has a glazed base with white clay showing through a minor chip on base. The pitcher is 9" tall. There may be markings under glaze but subtle. I might see a letter M.
    I picked up this piece at a thrift shop because it intrigued me. The glaze reminds me of Zsolnay, but no markings. Anybody recognize?

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      It's a beauty Glassnut.
    2. Glassnutt, 3 years ago
      Thank you racer4four! It's not glass, my favorite collectible, but looks like it could be ;)

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