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Mysterious 6" Clay Or Stoneware Blue & Brown Swirl Medallion Bowl Signed Les--- N?

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Studio Art Pottery38 of 1112Desperate For ID Help Mysterious Etched 7" Blue Brown Ceramic Vase Possibly Foreign With Long Unusual Name & ThuneMystery Signed Les-- N?? A Wonderful Blue/Brown Stoneware Tray With Swirls & Round Medallion
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    Posted 9 months ago

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    This is the 2nd of two beautiful blue and brown clay or stoneware items I purchased together. I love them and am very impressed with both design and quality. This piece is a 6" bowl with swirl design and unique raised round ornate seal. Signature looks like first name begins with Les and then has an N for last name. Help is appreciated in identifying artist.

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 9 months ago
      It looks like Leslie N., but I couldn't find anything by the name!
      This might be an oil bowl for massage or bread dipping, and the other long tray looks like an stick incense burning tray. Just my thoughts! Thanks for showing. good luck! :^)
    2. Blondie15 Blondie15, 9 months ago
      Thank you for ideas Bill. It looks like Leslie N to me also. I posted a vase yesterday if you want to give me your thoughts on it.
    3. mp.kunst mp.kunst, 9 months ago
      Is there a connection with Ireland?
      It just remind me same how of the Castle Arch Studio pottery
    4. Blondie15 Blondie15, 9 months ago
      Oh my, you are so right with the medallions, color etc. I have never seen it before that I recall. There's is white ceramic and mine in stoneware though. Thank you so much for your help.

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