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    Posted 1 year ago

    Weandocin54
    (99 items)

    Love this color, look’s pretty old , but not sure. It’s 8x4 approximately. Can’t make out the marks on the bottom but it has the 3 places on it that confuse me, almost looks like something was broken off.

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    Antique c1916 ROOKWOOD Matte Vase Signed By LORINDA EPPLY #295D **AWESOME**
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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 1 year ago
      Could be how they were stacked in the kiln? See this similar example and look at the bottom..

      https://www.etsy.com/listing/1477478133/vintage-lotus-planter-matte-green-mid
    2. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
      yes, those are kiln stand marks - often seen on ceramics from all over the place.
    3. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 12 months ago
      Hi there. Colors do tend to come back in style... A full circle thing. Anyway, I do see where it could be a nice planter but my first thought was it may have been a part of a 5 or 6 piece chip and dip server. Or even a fondue set. The other pieces would butt up right against the center piece that would hold the dip, salsa or whatever and the other pieces that surround the center would hold the chips. Okay I'm off the charts here
    4. art.pottery, 12 months ago
      Pretty sure it’s Camark Pottery. They used that “cornmeal-colored” clay (a term used by collectors) for only a few years circa 1930-35.

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