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    Posted 2 years ago

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    I love, love, love this ashtray!!!
    It has a couple chips and I don't care, I'm not throwing the baby out with the bath water....if you know what I mean.
    But I'm very interested in any thoughts you all may have as to it's age, origin and maker?
    Thanks Gang!


    1. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Lol. This says posted 8hrs. ago, but no one can see it.
    2. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      That's odd, I comment on it and it finally showed up in Show & Tell.
      I'm happy you all will get to see it, looking forward to any insight you may have?
    3. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Thanks for all the loves you all!
    4. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 2 years ago
      Japanese decoration so it must be Chinese, they both smoke a lot still. Fascinating ashtrays, strange how much I love ashtrays also ! A beauty.
    5. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Thank you Phil!
      So you feel like this is not vintage?
      I know it’s in nice enough shape to be new.
      How are you?
      I’m a, who didn’t know it.
    6. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Hi Karen, and Happy New Year! :^D
      I just saw this! To me it looks like 1940's-50's California pottery. A lot of the potteries were doing Oriental themed pottery then, and used this type of applied slip "foliage in relief" finish. Also many did smoking related items, ashtrays, cigarette boxes, and lighters, because so many military personal, smoked after WWII. It reminds of some of the things that Marc Bellaire, Max Weil, and others were doing at the time. Hope this helps, and thanks for posting! :^)
    7. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Here's a Weil Ware vase with a similar design :^)
    8. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Oh wow, thank you Bill!
      It’s early morning and the house is quiet, I’m going to check it out now.
      I suspected it was not new, but other than the couple of chips it appears to be unused.
      Happy New Year to you as well!
    9. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Hey Karen, look at this no info, but the same ashtray:

      So might be able to find more! :^)
    10. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Dang gooood!
      You must look at more crap (good crap) online than I
      I think it was included in the description as California pottery...just like you said!
      That’s cool to see, but mines prettier....Haha
      Thank you, that was fun. And if anyone needs fun these days....I’m it!!!
    11. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      Thanks, on line, or in books, I do see a lot of good crap, hell I just have to look over my shoulder! :^D You're always welcome to any help I can give Karen, and I think yours is prettier too!(and not crap) lol :^)
    12. Karenoke Karenoke, 2 years ago
      Hey Bill, I so understand the...look over your shoulder comment, my daughter in law said being in my home was like being in a
      But keep in mind, she’s in her late 20’s so items from the 80’s are old to her.
      Thanks again!

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