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Unidentified Amber Glass Decanter with 6 Glasses - Glasswarein Glassware
Fused Glass Art Glass Bowl with Geometric Design - Signed - Art Glassin Art Glass
An unusual "vintage" Frankoma??? pottery Lobster/Crawfish Tureen with Lid - Kitchenin Kitchen
My uniquely glazed Serving Bowl with 5 Smaller Bowls - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Italian Majolica "Carving" Dish - Potteryin Pottery
Primitive Pottery "Bullet" Vase? - Potteryin Pottery
Unidentified White Bird Wood Art "Decoration" - Animalsin Animals
Large Vintage Pottery Vase with Unknown Signature - Potteryin Pottery
Marked Floral Motif Pottery Table Lamp - Potteryin Pottery
Black "Arcoroc" Ancient Aliens Soup Mug signed Wagner - Kitchenin Kitchen

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  1. Over the years I have seen similar items, which identified it as basically a lunch box. Sounds good enough for me.
  2. Fyi, I contacted Caliente Hot Glass studio via Facebook, and they said it was not one of their creations. So, still digging as time permits...
  3. Btw, forgot to thank you for your comments. Much appreciated!!!
  4. That was one of the first searches I tried, but could not find any similar, geometric designs in their work. And, no pics of how they marked their pieces. Still digging...
  5. Just to close on this mystery... while I never did receive any feedback from Ellen Evan's FB page, I was contacted by someone who happens to collect her vintage Terrafirma Ceramics. And, after viewing...
  6. Had to step away from this one for a couple days, since it was making my head spin. Especially since only some Tewahima pieces for sale even mention a Hawaiian link. I can find nothing on a Hawaiian p...
  7. billretirecoll, thanks for the link, but 2 weeks ago I found a pottery plate that had VERY similar design features as the ones in your link (and my vase), but signatures was slightly different. The pl...
  8. Yes, it has been a very good discussion, which also led me to some excellent pages on Facebook... Frankoma Pottery Collectors Pottery Collectors Studio Pottery Collectors Great FB groups to befrie...
  9. Fyi, I reached out to Frankoma Pottery Collectors Facebook page, and sadly the one who responded to my inquiry agrees it is not Frankoma mainly due to the interior's translucent celadon glaze. Linda t...
  10. Thanks art.pottery for the feedback! While the exterior is very much Frankoma in looks, the interior glaze had me wondering as well. I will post to the collectors site as well. Best wishes for a very ...
  11. The last photo now shows the unglazed bottom of the tureen, and the interior glaze of the lid. Looks like there used to be a paper label, or something, on the bottom. Enjoy!
  12. Thanks, Gillian, but I didn't want to remove any of the pictures. However, since you are the 2nd person to show interest in the bottom. I will swap out a picture with the picture showing the bottom, w...
  13. I agree that it most definitely appears to be Frankoma. Unfortunately, I can only post 4 pictures, so I cannot add another picture showing the bottom. I can say that the bottom is unglazed, and shows ...
  14. After 4 years still haven't been able to find out who "Wagner" is, or anything else about this coffee/soup mug...
  15. Just did a quick search on "pottery marked eagle pottery", and came across an interesting history on Arkansas pottery that mentions "Eagle Pottery"? No mention of marks, but an intriguing lead? http:/...
  16. Never did find out anything about this piece, and I actually think I found another piece with similar mark after posting this 4 years ago. Maybe it's time to dig up the pieces, and try anew...
  17. Many thanks for your feedback, JennysTreehouse! I am familiar with ECP, since I have several pieces of theirs in my pottery collection, but I don't recall ever seeing that impressed mark. I'll have to...
  18. Just saw your listing as I was researching 2 busts I just found while treasure hunting in the thrift stores in my area. My man bust actually has "J.ALBERDI" stamped into the wood side where his left s...
  19. Thanks! And, I most certainly agree! I love collecting unusual pottery and ceramic works, and this is by far the most beautiful and unusual utilitarian set I have come across in the last year. Wish I ...
  20. You're as intrigued with this piece as I am, and appreciate the comment about Reg Preston. A new name for me, and his work is fantastic! However, I did notice on the pieces he made that had lids the l...
  21. maryh1956, I have also seen similar pieces for BarBQ sauce. However, my piece has a lid that has been cut to fit the spoon perfectly, which leads me to believe the lid and spoon were made specifically...
  22. Sfinds/Hunter, I like the idea of olive jar, but maryh1956 thinks honey/syrup jar. Frankly, I think the spoon is intended to stay in the jar, since placing it in the side pocket would get messy. But, ...
  23. Yes, it's a lovely piece! But, the holes don't seem large enough to allow honey to drip through? And, I should note that the spoon is very rigid... the wood almost appears to be like heavy bamboo. Yet...
  24. JayHow, I had considered that myself hoping that would lead to something, but my research thus far hasn't found a right path to follow!?! So, the search continues. I appreciate everyone's interest, an...
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