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    Posted 7 months ago

    finders9
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    Found this vase some time ago and was taken by the form and, as a fan of pure flat color, by the glaze. I'm surprised that it is unmarked with the only possible clue being the atypical partial sticker which, from my experience suggests either some age (70s?) and/or external to the US. It measures about 4.5" tall and 5.5" across at the widest point. Any suggestions?

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    1. art.pottery, 6 months ago
      My best guess would be US production circa the 1930s-40s. One of the large companies. Base looks like Brush McCoy, but I don’t typically think of their wares when I see a solid matte blue glaze. Might be worth ruling out though.
    2. art.pottery, 6 months ago
      Think you can scratch Brush McCoy. I just did a lot of searching and couldn’t find a match. Also, the clay seems a bit too orange-y for BMc? I believe the sticker remnants are just an old price tag

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