Posted 10 years ago
Definitely a piece which has seen much better days but despite the repairs (none of which are even close to acceptable...lol), and craze dots, I still like it. The complexity and handiwork is amazing. The mark is a Capital i with an sc superimposed on the i. Thanks to italian pottery marks website. Made between 1890 and 1900. Further info in the comments sections, as this was once a mystery which is now solved. Thanks to knowledgable and helpful people.