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Made in England vessel with handle No. 1150

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Pottery137 of 11413Weller vase but I need help dating it better and with artist signaturePurchased some nice glazed pottery with a trident/Pitchfork-like hallmark
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    Posted 4 months ago

    Debonair
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    I came across this unusual vessel today and just had to have it. I am not sure though if it a vase or used for some other purpose. In raised lettering on the base is Made in England and incised with the No. 1150. Is anyone able to help me identify it. I noticed that someone else posted one the same but a different colour. Because of the floral pattern I don't believe that it should be turned upside down. I don't know if it ever had a lid however I will probably use it as a vase. It does have a bit of an art deco appearance.

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    1. paulnot, 3 months ago
      this might help you date it ..

      "In 1891 the Mckinley Tariff Act of America required all imports to America to bear the name of the country of origin. So, an item bearing the words – England – or another country, will have been produced on or after 1891.
      Similarly – Made In England – will date a piece to after 1921"

      as detailed on
      https://antique-marks.com/antique-marks.html
    2. Debonair Debonair, 3 months ago
      Thanks so much for that. Very helpful

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