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European Art Pottery139 of 1974Ditmar Urbach - Czech interwar potteryCoulon Ceramic Plate 1884
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    Posted 2 years ago

    chollagard…
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    During my wanderings I came across this little blue chicken creamer. His height is about 4 1/2 in. tall by 2 1/2 wide by 4 in. deep.
    I see that it is stated made in Italy but my question is what is the other mark? MS with something on the left side? I saw several that were marked Andrea by Sadak made either in Thailand or Japan, not Italy.
    Thank you! Ann

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    1. chollagardens chollagardens, 2 years ago
      I kept calling this little guy a chicken and I should have looked for a rooster...finally solve my little mystery! This little guy is made by Sambuco Mario & C.Snc Ceramiche D'Arte. I guess there is a custom of giving roosters, not the live ones, but like on a pitcher or creamer, to new home owners.

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