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    Posted 3 years ago

    jcoe2004
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    I got this yesterday and think it's beautiful, but I want to know more. If anyone knows what the signature is, please let me know. Also, since the scrolled handles are raised, would this be considered majolica? Thanks!!!

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      It's Italian (of course) and the name is Biagiotti. I am not sure if the current Giotti Ceramics of Florence are the same company, but this style is 60s/70s and likely from Firenze (Florence).
      I love the scrolls and the hand painted flowers.
    2. jcoe2004 jcoe2004, 3 years ago
      Thank you so much!!!
    3. jcoe2004 jcoe2004, 3 years ago
      I cannot find anything on it really, except a small website. Do you think it might be worth anything? Not looking for an appraisal, but maybe a ball park since I cannot find it. TIA!
    4. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      Check Ebay as we don't so valuations here. It won't have much value really.
      Maybe key words something like vintage hand painted bowl Italy.
    5. jcoe2004 jcoe2004, 3 years ago
      Ok. I think I'll just list it and see what happens. Thanks!

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