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    Posted 2 years ago

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    This little treasure isNemadji pottery. Dated roughly in the mid-20th century.
    The picture gives little justice. This beautiful piece stands 3.5" and is 3" wide.
    There are swirls of blues and gold over cream .

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    1. CanyonRoad, 2 years ago
      According to the book "The Myth and Magic of Nemadji 'Indian' Pottery" by Michelle D. Lee, the stamp on the bottom was actually one of the last stamps used by the company, from 1980-2001. Production ended in 2001, the last shipment of pots went out in 2002.
    2. Tlsweat7203 Tlsweat7203, 2 years ago
      I am so grateful for both of your comments. It puts a date and history on this piece.
      Please continue with any info you have on my newest discoveries.
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 2 years ago
      Keramikos, that is fascinating information about the paint, vinegar, water technique for bisque ware decoration.
      I plan to read more about that technique then try it on some bisque ware African violet pots that I’ve had for years; I wanted them to look unusual and creative. I think that would do it!
      I love they way the pots in this post look!

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