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pickypickerton's items2 of 33Odd error? Penny or PMD? Antique metal gnome snorting snuff hand painted
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    Posted 4 years ago

    pickypicke…
    (33 items)

    So I came across this urn/vase. At first look the hardware says late 19th early 20th repro. The crossed arrows hallmark shows on kovels as 1771 France La Courtille, factory.i am not versed in any porcelain other than Limoges. Any help would be great. In the last picture, there is what looks like the faintest signature that reads “ Henry”

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    1. Golgatha Golgatha, 4 years ago
      Rococo inspired, but new as the "made in ..." reveals.
    2. pickypickerton pickypickerton, 4 years ago
      Ah. I should have known.
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      Yes, a newer one. These marks were faked as is already in the 1850's. The orange colour is a sign also of newer, first time I have ever seen that colour. There are some other little style changes that tell me that it is newer. The one I have is late 19'th century ! Even the newer ones were not cheap to produce ~
    4. pickypickerton pickypickerton, 4 years ago
      I'm curious as I usually run across pieces where the MAN mark is baked into glaze. This one is almost like a grease pencil.
    5. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      The mark itself looks like many that I have seen. There is a book on Sevres which shows a lot of these marks also.

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