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    Posted 4 years ago

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    This is a six inch, flat, round, porcelain tile i found online. it has a depiction of a great mcm juggling joker design in black and gold. not sure whether it's a paper weight, or a tile or what? has anyone heard of the Wheeling Co.?

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    1. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 4 years ago
      Maybe the pottery company in W. Virginia?
    2. art.pottery, 4 years ago
      Size and shape would be about right for a hot pad/trivit- but I’d think the gold decoration wouldn’t be particularly durable if metal pans were set on it.
    3. art.pottery, 4 years ago
      Oops.. that’s ‘trivet’. Google “Wheeling Pottery Trivet” and click on the images tab. I couldn’t find an exact match but there are several Pegasus tiles, the “Wheeling” portion of the mark appears similar.

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