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    Posted 9 years ago

    mf1456
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    Heavy, well rendered estate piece. 10 1/2" Long x 8" Tall. The underside of one foot has an incised mark, which looks like Asian Characters-Japanese perhaps? Any ideas who may have made this piece?

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 9 years ago
      To my eye the picture of the mark need to be turned around 180 degrees.
    2. mf1456, 9 years ago
      Okay, thanks very much! I will turn it around.
    3. sopofor sopofor, 9 years ago
      Hi, the shape reminds me of a German artist called Schäffenacker. A friend of mine has a similar piece and it's by this artist. His vases are often not signed though.
      Bye
    4. mf1456, 9 years ago
      Thank you. Yes, I do see the similarities in Schaffenacker's use of volcanic glaze. Appreciate your comment very much!

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