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European Art Pottery268 of 2109Black and yellow ceramic vase 10"Pottery
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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Fascinated with this little flower frog, the shape and configuration I've only seen from Camark pottery. It's signed and numbered, but I can't figure it out! TIA

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    1. art.pottery, 4 years ago
      Doesn’t look much like it, but I believe the word might be “Italy”
    2. msallaneous, 4 years ago
      Thank you!! Did find another one in just looking around and found it to be identical with different numbers, but no additional information on who PB is!! At one time I also found a small dish with the same signature. Still looking to solve the mystery...
    3. Mae76 Mae76, 3 years ago
      That's not a frog, it's a pansy vase. I have a couple that are vintage Carmel (hand marked) pierced pottery in almost the exact same shape, and various colors. If I'm not able to add a photo, the only real difference is the "neck" which is just a flush hole on mine. Look for Italian pansy vase and see what you find. Good luck!!
    4. Mae76 Mae76, 3 years ago
      Oh!! Also check Bitossi (sp?) For a maker. I agree 100% that the glaze and hand style look Italian.

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