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    Posted 3 years ago

    IrishPrinc…
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    Looking for any help with identifying this pottery piece and artist. Has a small face on front. The stamp looks like Shuble, Shubley, or Sttuble? Hard to tell. Anyone know where this might be from?

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    1. art.pottery, 3 years ago
      Been trying to figure this one out for a couple of days now. Reminiscent of Czech “Alienware”, but I’m leaning toward French. Thinking the mark may be what it contained, rather than the potter. One of the French potteries circa the 20s or 30s (I think) produced wares which were ink stamp marked with a Cointreau Distiller/bottler. You might check Denbac or Revol.
    2. art.pottery, 3 years ago
      It was Denbac that made the Cointreau bottles. Plenty of examples if you google, but nothing resembling your bottle. Sorry for the red herring.
    3. Blammoammo Blammoammo, 3 years ago
      It looks a bit like Jules Guerin, Roger Guerin's son's work. But the stamp is wrong.
    4. mp.kunst mp.kunst, 3 years ago
      Somebody thinks it is Sttuble pottery:

      https://www.catawiki.com/l/23059263-sttuble-devils-teapot-earthenware
    5. mp.kunst mp.kunst, 3 years ago
      Oke it's France.
      https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Superbe-verseuse-en-Gres-aux-visages-Sylvain-Sttublet-1890-1985-/272892134912?hash=item3f89a38600
    6. alwaysflyin, 3 years ago
      Another piece similair to yours
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Grande-ceramique-dArt-signee-Sylvain-Sttublet-1890-1985-Depoque-50-60/261799668979?hash=item3cf479ecf3:g:3OwAAOSwmbReFdYS

      Wonder if it was a wine jug and the 'face' on it is dionysus

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