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    Posted 9 months ago

    Blondie15
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    I have tried to make some sense of markings on this but don't have a clue. Would love to know what it says and identify it. I often have a guess but not for this one. It is a sweet quality little piece of art. Help is appreciated.

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 9 months ago
      Try using some tracing, or tissue paper, laid flat on the bottom, and maybe tape it so it doesn't move, and the rub it with a crayon, to see if you can read the marks better, on the paper. A Rubbing! :^)
    2. art.pottery, 9 months ago
      You might also try dusting the base with cinnamon then use your finger to spread it into the markings to enhance the contrast
    3. Blondie15 Blondie15, 9 months ago
      Thank you for suggestion.

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