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European Art Pottery75 of 2112My great grandmothers German small vaseCeramic Bitossi Duck Bowl by Aldo Londi.
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    Posted 1 year ago

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    Found this at a yard sale seems like a nice piece but I do not know very much about glass I know there are some very intelligent people on this site that know a lot more about glass and marks then me that said any help would be appreciated
    Thank you

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    1. inky inky, 1 year ago’s a Royal Doulton Burslem..c1890..a really nice find..:-)
    2. inky inky, 1 year ago
      Actually, Bill .. it’s before the Royal was just Doulton Burslem..hope this helps..
    3. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 year ago
      Thank you so much Penny I knew you would know your knowledge is amazing I know some about American pottery not much about glass but sure like it I actually got this at an estate sale a friend has an estate business I call them yard sales got it for 50 bucks just seemed like a good piece do you think it is worth that much or are we not suppose to talk value thanks again BTW glad you have not changed your picture I love it
    4. inky inky, 1 year ago
      I think yours is a beautiful shape and has to do better than the same in a different form, I really not great on what ‘stuff’ is worth..but it has to be one plus one = two (;-) hun-dred.. up me thinks..if you can de-code that..I have searched for similar on the www but can’t find one with this lovely warm colouring and thinks ya dun good..
    5. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 year ago
      Me thinks you one smart cookie Inky thanks again for you help I can see the Doulton now it probably porcelain I was way off calling it glass
    6. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      , this enhanced porcelain they mixed up the kaolin with a percentage of grind animal bones , this is bone china , that,s not bad , it is the better china for English standards ,

      inky is right kudos to Inky, it got the gold lines also, can,t talk money here , but down the line retail,( it won,t make rich) but its more then 50 dollars

      so you did well , and inky did some excellent work ,congrats Waki

    7. OLECODY OLECODY, 1 year ago
      Thank you apostata the knowledge of people on this site is amazing never heard of using animal bones in porcelain the gold lines almost feel like a wire and I agree Inky is pretty special

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