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    Posted 4 months ago

    Reeling
    (94 items)

    Went to the Rose Bowl fleamarket picked up this Rookwood tiny pottery jug circa 1884
    Got some exercise walk my dog and enjoyed the Rose Bowl Antique flea market

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      Ok..I'm curious...the lettering looks to be gold in the pictures? Gold paint was first used in like 1923(?)..before was gold leafing...is it gold leaf? Or was this written in 1984 with foil pen? So many questions...
    2. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      And..I don't know anything about these jugs. .recognize the name...what is the purpose? Did they store water or just decorative? Do you have others in your collection?
    3. Reeling Reeling, 4 months ago
      I wouldn’t of bought this jug if it was made in 1984.. I’m interested in jugs that had advertisement on it from general stores from early 1900s
    4. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      I was asking if the writing was done later. I understand the jug was made in 1884. I was trying to get you to to reveal some of your expertise. Obviously if you collect these, you know more than I do. I guess I'll look them up.
    5. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      Found some interesting info to share...the company established in 1880..so you found some really early pieces! First pottery company to be run by a woman.

      https://rookwood.com/pages/about-rookwood

      Your pieces are so early, before they started using their logo..

      https://antique-marks.com/rookwood-pottery.html

      https://rookwood.com/pages/about-rookwood
    6. Reeling Reeling, 4 months ago
      Vynil33rpm,
      Watchsearcher,
      Newfld,
      dav2no1,
      Emily2562, Tks 4The luv dav2no1, Tks 4info links….;)
    7. Reeling Reeling, 4 months ago
      vetraio50,
      fortapache, Tks 4The luv
    8. Reeling Reeling, 4 months ago
      vcal, Tks 4The luv

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