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I meant lucky you!!!
Luck you to have spotted that!
Think it is a crown
There may be markings on the rim of the lid, which could give you some clues to its origin
http://www.maling-pottery.org.uk/dates.html According to this link, your pattern number dates it to around 1934
I am pretty sure I solved this mystery but the owner of the chairs has not commented to confirm that they got the info
Look at the prices on replacements.com, they are full retail replacement prices. you can contact them if you want to sell to them
looks like you will have to copy & paste
Chantaro ? Here is the link to replacements.comhttps://www.replacements.com/webquote/n__chant.htm
The mark was in use, I believe from the early 1930's -1941 when the were transitioning the mark after acquiring Morimura Brothers There are a couple of Noritake china collectors sites where you may b...
Looks like the glaze codes on the base. I have seen similar styles from the Uk in the late 1960-70's but they're usually are well marked. No stamp or chop mark around the circumference?
What size are they?. Looking at the Scottish Highland dance's dress style, I would guess they're from the 1960's. Maybe a souvenir or a promotion with a Scottish whisky or beer like Tennants lager or...
Oops, I see that you already got most of that info!
Morimura Brothers was taken over by Noritake, and I believe you piece was made in around 1912 0r so, but below is a link to a free resource from the Noritake Collectors Guild of Australia. The word NI...
Can you crop the photo of the base and reduce the exposure. it looks like there is a small "p" there?
It is a registration number, which may suggest that it is English. Here is a link to a great resource for Staffordshire pottery. Thy did not always use the "diamond" markhttp://www.thepotteries.org/ma...
Here is a link to a great resource for all Staffordshire potteries. They have a later example of your mark when it merged with Foley. If you go to their HOME page there is a registration mark section ...
Yes post WWII, so late 40's -50's. thought at first it was Ucagco, but it isn't
Can't really see the mark in the pic too well/. Here is a link to American marks on a great silver website. you can look through the pictorial marks to see if you can find your, or go back to home pag...
Too realistic for my taste!
If you run the pearl gently on your teeth and it feels gritty, they are real pearls
Looks Mexican to me
I love the pattern too, unusual
As the letter says, they need to be appraised by a respectable company or appraiser. If you live near a museum which has a Ceramics department, you could start there, or if you plan t sell, contact an...
It is beautiful! Probably Brazilian teak and I would call it a sideboard or credenza. Couldn't find any if on the maker though, is it Garday?
Can you please try and get a close up of the marks on the base i.e the lower part of the 3rd pic
Looks like they possibly could be by designer Hans Brattrud Here is a link to ones for sale https://midcenturywarehouse.com/occasional-chairs/859-hans-brattrud-mid-century-teak-padded-scandia-chai...
No markings or labels on the underside?
Beautiful! Unusual design with the pierced holes, I guess for the art of Ikebana?
You could check homer Laughlin collectors websites for help Or goggled Homer Laughlin "walled garden with door" Replacements had a similar pattern but nothing in stock
Just like the one billretirecoll posted from replacements.com, they are decorative display items, and are not part of a set of dinner china, so won't really have a specific pattern.
Not much info about this Staffordshire set, but the company was called New Chelsea Pottery when Plant moved to Chelton St. here is an article http://www.potteryhistories.com/newchelsea.html
According to marks4antiques the mark belongs to Ancienne manufacture Limoges, your particular mark was in use from the 1920-60’s, they replicate old patterns from previous centuries and are now owned ...
Limoges is the name of a place in France famous for its porcelain, so probably not the nameof maker. There are many fine makers there and also generic decorator companies, but their products are not t...
Love it! Almost looks like trees against a blue sky
I think these may be stamp holders part of a desk set made for the Western market, such as the UK and USA. Here is a link to a great site for Chinese and Japanese porcelain marks http://www.gotheborg...
Oops, I meant maybe Spatz can tell us what flint means in Norwegian!
Possibly by an American company Wallace. I am notfamilar with them so not sure if their pieces were marked, but this link to replacements shows similar themed pieces https://www.replacements.com/w...
Thought it was the highly collectible Figgio flint when I saw this piece, but Stavangerflint and Figgio merged in 1968. Kari Nyquist can tellus if “flint” means china in the Norwegian language
Definitely not English, looks more Asian/India to me
When you enlarge it, there appears to be a mark in line with the brown spot of glaze on the lower right. Looks like a large "L" with letters or characters inside
Here is an example from eBay https://www.ebay.com/i/222511628890?rt=nc&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D20160908110712%26meid%3D5a0e9cbb123546d9831e22d31eaf7a0f%26pid%3D100677...
You may also want to post this in the silver silver-plate category
Here is a great link to a silver site showing hallmarks from all over the World. This particular link will open to Italian makers of silver and silver-plate / hollowware, so you may find an example ...
Beautiful! Looks like a serving spoon, was probably silver plated at one point
WOW! Looks to be in pristine condition. There is a Noritake Collectors Guild of Australia where you can view info without being a member ( unlike US site). I will post the link below
I love this and also intrigued by it! It reminds me of ancient Mayan, perhaps a god or something, but couldn't find any info. I wonder if the stones are real?
Maybe a trivet? is it flat enough to hold a pot?
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