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Pottery2875 of 11774And Now, For Something Different.....Lorenzen  of NovaScotia studio pottery Mushroms c1960
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    Posted 4 years ago

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    It clings more then i ever heard crystal do...i love flicking it :) anyway, bought at fjölsmiðja- Iceland for 3.50 $ it is green with irridescence...can't see it as well in this light, but i will add another picture tomorrow in daylight, it looks alot more beautiful then. I do not know anything about it so help wold be aprissiated (also, i would like to know if it is supposed to be for flower or a bowl :) Thanks foor looking

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    1. LAtwood, 4 years ago
      Try looking up Carnival Glass, I have a bowl just like that from Fenton glass that is purple irridescence.
    2. VikingGirl VikingGirl, 4 years ago
      This is not glass, it is porcelain :)
    3. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 4 years ago
      The white unglazed pottery seen in your last photo and the fact that it is unmarked and the non-crisp details on the bowl suggests that this was craft pottery. The green iridescent glaze was the choice of the crafter who applied it after purchasing the blank. It's an unusual colour so it is still a neat-looking fruit bowl.
    4. VikingGirl VikingGirl, 4 years ago
      When you flick it lightly it rings like a crystal...did not know pottery could do that?
    5. VikingGirl VikingGirl, 4 years ago
      Oh and the white unglazed part is soft like glass...

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