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Lovely Pat. Yes your description is spot right on. Soft & elegant. Thank you.
I just found someone who was able to identify my vase. Aistists are a couple from Oregon. Brenda & Alan Newman. They're pottery has won many, many awards. What I don't know is which of the pair is th...
I meant to add that I thought it might be an N. But the rest is just a Jumble of scribble. Since I bought it in Wash. and the sellers were from Oregon, I believe, I'll try corresponding with a few Re...
Yes, that was what I was trying to remember. Thank you. I'll fiddle with the signature as you suggested Are you in the US?
Well "art.pottery" I have spent months searching by your suggestions; "gargoyle handles" and Haeger & Ohio. No luck. Hoping someone may have seen this style vase by now and can help me. I'm hoping.
Still looking for country of origin.
Please, anyone recognize this maker?
Can anyone suggest what the signature is??
Again, I somehow missed your reply from 9 months ago. So my belated thanks. I'll give your suggestions a try. I wonder why i'm not getting emails?
Amphora Pottery, Thank you for that information. I would have responded earlier but I didn't receive an email of your reply. I'm always interested in doing the research. I usually spend a couple of ...
I've a couple of more photos of the base of the cups & the mold marks on the pot but I ran out of my maximum photos.
Could you send a photo of the base? The face is so similar to a piece I listed today as a mystery. I wish I could include a photo and get your opinion.
I found one exactly like it but the edge squiggles are blue. And Same markings. Answer...Majolica a late enamels. Rubelles: Cherubs. In the center, two nude cherubs carrying a branch of heavy frui...
Did you find out who made this? PLEASE let me know. Thank You. Really am interested in this unknown.
Here's what i'm doing. It's time consuming can be worth it. Faster, I think then books. I listed 12 different American Art Pottery makers for a reference. I took each one on Google search Images and ...
I just bought one today one exactly like yours today. I'm researching myself. Mine is turquise. Love the Art Deco look.
I was told the letters might be Greek.
Please anyone out there, is the signature foreign. I don't recognize these letters. What language do you think it is?
fortapache, You're right of course. I don't know why i input Granitware, i know better. It very well might be a stein. it's a 2 liter one if so. Again, I still wish i know what to call those fa...
Adele, thank you for just taking the time to reply. Yes i did find a stoneware salt glazed blue & grey pitcher that had the " 2 L " on the left side of the handle at the top. There was a line under ...
maryh1956, i believe you're correct. I just found on Google search a piece signed which looks exactly like the piece i have. AND the listing says she's from Oregon. That mystery is SOLVED. THANKS ...
Are the "Marks include the crossed swords with DB form" on this red vase? Why am I not seeing it? IF you meant that that mark is on some of this pottery could you send a picture of this mark. Thank...
I absolutely appreciate all your time in your replying back to me. You've been extremely helpful. Patricia in Seattle
The design and color is very Dramatic and so beautiful!
Is there any information on the small impressed W or M. With your kindly provided information I'm doing some research on your information. From a website on "Berlin Porcelain Marks.com" I found rea...
Thank you so much Ivan. When you say Trembleuse c/s were reproduced are you suggesting that it wasn't made in the 19th century but in the 20th century? Would you clarify that a little?
Not Marked. Other matching pieces are marked. It's Germany. Before Made In Germany. Early 1900. I usually use Search Children's Dishes Portrait of girl. She might even be on a postcard as some of m...
The pink luster isn't necessary. Plain background OK
Great. Thank you for this information.
No I have no idea. I guess I was hoping you'd know. As I said mine is really very heavy. How about your's? I 'm wondering if the heaviness if any indication of quality. I't has one flaw...it's a ...
Love the purple one. I have one similar. It's very very heavy. Is your heavy? Do you know who made yours? About how old is it?
I did take a look. The signed name of Rhea looks similar. I'll need to follow up on this. Maybe she's in Facebook. Or i'll see if she's listed in a studio. That's a good start Mary. Thank you fo...
Also I just noticed the brass mechanism is stamped "Japan". I don't think that it necessarily means the item was from Japan does it? Don't other countries order parts from Japan for their products?
It appears to very much like illus. of the Palmer Brownies. Try Googleing "images" Palmer Brownies dishes
Do a search for Japan Awaji pottery. I believe that's what it's called.
I'm a Pat also and love going to the thriftshops. The teapot is lovely with the Wisteria. Lucky find.
Forgot...mechanism is brass (colored)?.
Still need help identifying this mark? Country of origin?
No one's responded. Come on folks... any suggestions welcome.
Reply to art pottery; You've really earned a gold medal for all your time spent finding out this information. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! You made my day. With all the images of elephants especially fro...
to art.pottery. I looked more closely with a mag. glass. I saw all sorts of letters but like my bathroom linoleum I can find all kinds of animals if I look hard. I think it's a trick of the mind & ...
I looked carefully, there's no "N" on any of the feet. Possible that some never got marked?
You didn't say but do you know that this is named "Thousand Faces"?
Mrstyndall. You'll like this. It's Nippon made with Moriage decoration. I found a few on Google "images". Do a search for "Nippon Moriage Handled dish". Several on Ebay and I see one on Pinterest....
You need to include a picture of the base. (underside). I've been searching. This could help.
I quickly looked into this. It does look similar. This is a good place to start. How nice of you to respond. I've got some digging to do and a place to start now. Happy Day to you
I have 3 similar plates. 2 out of 3 were professionally mended with staples. It must have been expensive and was a popular method I believe in the 1800's. I'd like to send you a picture to compare. I...
Made in Japan after the Hummel child figurines. In the 40's and 50's I'm thinking.
Thank you Maryh1956 for sharing that great information.
Thank you so much. Very Interesting information. No luck, so far, Googleing for any information on this exported in France. What kind of resource do you use to have researched this? You're so fortu...