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Glazed pot with George Washington on two sides, approx 8" tall. Small repair on lip. Any help on ID would be appreciated

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jerrydreesen's items4 of 6vintage china doll with ceramic coat by Grace Sigoimari vase/lamp base 18" tall
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    Posted 11 years ago

    jerrydreesen
    (6 items)

    Found glazed pot measuring 8" tall and 6" at widest measurement. George Washington embossed on two sides. No marks or signature.
    Small repaired chip on lip. I'd love to know anything about it's age and/or origin. Thanks! Jerry Dreesen

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    1. laura, 11 years ago
      I'd say Peters and Reed, or very possibly Weller as I read some items previously thought to be Peters and Reed had been reattributed to Weller.
    2. jerry dreesen, 11 years ago
      Thanks, Laura. I looked up both makers and discovered the brown glaze is very similar to that of Weller pottery... Thanks again...
    3. Laura, 11 years ago
      You're welcome, Jerry. It's what they call the standard glaze.

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