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Green "Deco" Scallop Shell and "USA" Goblet Planter / No Makers Marks or Labels

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Pottery8866 of 11529Van Briggle Jet Black and Sea Foam Drip Glaze Triple Bud Vase / Marked / Circa 1960'sBrush McCoy Ivory "Art Deco" Style  Vase #527 / Circa 1930's
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    Posted 8 years ago

    mikelv85
    (1145 items)

    Found these two neat planters today as well. One is a large deco style 8" tall double-sided scallop shell and the other is an 8" goblet with a weird "bump" design on both sides. The goblet is marked "USA" under the cup portion. The shell has no mark just an unglazed bottom. The numbers are probably not helpful. Just one old price mark and maybe a stock number or date. The type of bottoms they have should be a clue to their identity. Need to do some research. -Mike-

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    Comments

    1. nldionne nldionne, 8 years ago
      American Bisque has triangle feet like this one. Check them out.
    2. nldionne nldionne, 8 years ago
      Chic pottery has similar feet, forgot about them. They use a lot of gold.
    3. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 years ago
      Yep, I was pretty sure the goblet was "American Bisque" with the "wedge foot" and The shell brings us back to our old friend "Purinton" or maybe "Dryden". If it were glazed like my swan I'd say "Shawnee". You see a lot of unglazed center seam pieces. They have to come from somewhere...lol I refer to the info on the "Cajun Collection" site when I need help. -Mike-
    4. nldionne nldionne, 8 years ago
      It is a very helpful site. What treasures will you show us today? I have been too busy to post anything. This time of year in the country there is always work to do:)
    5. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 years ago
      I kind of wondered what happened to everyone. The others have been absent too. I forget people have lives unlike me...lol.

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