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    Posted 9 years ago

    nsvmom
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    Not sure the age or anything on this piece, but I love the sheen! I'm sure the markings on the bottom may tell an expert more information about it! Anyone know the possible age?

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    1. chinablue chinablue, 9 years ago
      Sorry someone hasn't been able to help yet! What VERY little I know of Royal Haeger is that it started around 1900. They had several different types of mold number marks, beginning with R01 and they used sequential numbers after that. They are still in production today. They also used an "S"# for studio pieces, "RG"# for their garden series and some mid-century pieces are also marked Royal Hickman, when Hickman worked for them. (most of these are sculpted animal forms, I think) Hopefully someone that is better informed about art pottery can help you out!
    2. nsvmom nsvmom, 9 years ago
      It's a start, I suppose! :)
    3. chinablue chinablue, 9 years ago
      Hopefully BELLIN68, miKKoChristmas11 and some of the others that know more about this type of pottery will stop by and have more info for you!
    4. nsvmom nsvmom, 9 years ago
      They have a website, but it's not terribly helpful about older pieces...
      http://www.haegerpotteries.com/ourHistory.html I'm assuming that's the same company

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