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    Posted 1 year ago

    Pacocomo62
    (2 items)

    I am looking for information about this. It is about 5” diameter. I am curious about the age, use etc

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    1. RacAtac, 1 year ago
      It is an 19th or early 20th-century cold-creme pot with lid. I'm not familiar with this lid, but because it does not specify a brand, it was probably a standard lid made for multiple companies as could be ordered through a catalog.
      The lid itself is likely later 19th century and made from a coloured engraving transferred to the unglazed lid before firing.
      The scene may come from a play, a book, or another popular source. It may also have more meaning to it than we understand.
    2. Militarist Militarist, 1 year ago
      Looks like the Pope and John Bull (Great Britain) are playing chess and the Pope isn't as good as he thinks he is.

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