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    Posted 2 years ago

    drj53
    (1 item)

    Getting rid of these stoneware plates, platters and cups we were given 25 years ago. Seem to be handprinted and numbered, so I assume they have some value. I'd like to give them to someone who wants/appreciates them rather than trashing them. Anyone know what they are and who might want them?

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    1. art.pottery, 2 years ago
      I got very lucky on Replacements.com site. Was made by Sigma, pattern/line (or perhaps just R.com’s designation) is “SIA3”. Don’t think I can link it directly because they have one piece in stock and it’s offered for sale.
      Anyway, that info should at least get you started.
    2. drj53, 2 years ago
      Thank you so much!
    3. kaudet4gx3, 2 years ago
      It is my understanding that Sigma is an importer -they did not manufacture but purchased wares , especially European, that were then sold under their name. Remember having a pitcher marked Sigma that had been made in Germany but no manufacturer name given

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