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Ceramic Walnut - Potteryin Pottery
small dragon dish - Potteryin Pottery
can anyone help identify this pot and mark - Potteryin Pottery
A BLACK CERAMIC CAT MADE IN ENGLAND - Animalsin Animals
large heavy lampshade - Lampsin Lamps
mystery object - Potteryin Pottery
my unusual lava ashtray - Potteryin Pottery

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  1. Diss-appointed that nobody can help me with this beautiful piece of ceramic/Lava pottery.
  2. Since seeing your latest pictures and giving me an idea of size I think these are very similar to the various buckles on our old Army Webber Belts, hence the "hinge " idea. That type of buckle/link to...
  3. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL
  4. Could be used as an Oyster shucker.
  5. Try using google translate tool. regards Katsuripottery
  6. I would say it is an early hinge for a lid or cover of some kind, the unusual design would allow the cover/lid to lay flat back. I think you may get some fun guesses, how about a hinge for a breastpla...
  7. Did you ever find out more about your plate regards Katsuripottery
  8. There is a Brookside Pottery in England, you can contact them at brooksidepottery@hotmail.co.uk maybe they will be able to help you,regards Katsuripottery
  9. Thank you Watchsearcher and Keramikos for your feedback on the ceramic walnut.
  10. Thank you for your input art.pottery, it is interesting on our different perceptions of this mark. I get an image of a Shark when rotated 90 degrees, again thank you for helping.
  11. Hello again, just an added comment, as you are probably aware of already people back then didn't get refuse picked up they just dug a big hole in the backyard and filled it up,so dig carefully, who kn...
  12. Hello daisydukes, Bourne potteries were established in 1809. The Joseph Bourne pottery period was from 1833 to 1860, Joseph Bourne & son was added around 1850 and Codnor Park Mark was used between 18...
  13. Looking at these from a technical point of view, they to me are used for separating/concentrating substances by centrifugal force. The "Funny shaped handles" are actually the pivots and are placed abo...
  14. When the ladies come home at night and take off their jewellery this is where the Rings are kept. They are Ring Stands. regards Katsuripottery
  15. Thank you Watchsearcher, very interesting information on the lampshade.
  16. Thanks for the info Phil, I have never seen any of this type of heavy opalescent lampshade. where have you seen them appearing? katsuripottery
  17. definately look like Circlip tool
  18. You mention the "m" shape on top of the bell but it looks more like a crown [royalty] shape to me. Katsuripottery
  19. From a technical point of view this is a form of a "split screwdriver" used for unscrewing caps/lids to service some form of equipment. It just made it more difficult for the average person to interf...
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