This plate looks like flow blue totally overpainted with gold. It is marked with a crown and circle mark which I have not found in Kovels. The only word I can make out is England. Does this look familiar to anyone? My picture is clear; the mark isn't!
My Neighbor's Grandmother handed these beautiful piece to her. Does anyone know the pattern name and maker.
Thanks for your help!
I can't read the mark on this plate except for the word England on the bottom. I looked in Kovels but can't find it. Any guesses? Also I don't think I ever saw a flow blue plate covered with this much gold. The photo is clear, it's just that the mark is flow blue too! Thanks for your help!
Italy and 4-113 is all I can make on the bottom hand writting of this paperweight,the scratches make me think is vintage/old, any idea by seeing the colors and shape or siggie of who made it?
Thanks in advance for your help.
From all that I have read about Mary Gregory, most of what she really painted was not of children at all but pastoral scenes and winter landscapes such as what is on this pitcher. I wanted to know if anyone has any knowledge about the maker of this Victorian-era handblown lemonade pitcher with pontil mark based on shape and handle design and whether the painting on this piece could be authentic Mary Gregory. I thought maybe Dugan might have made the pitcher based on some of the handles I saw similar to this one. It comes with a couple of matching tumblers with same handpainted theme which measure 4" in height and have a very slight octagonal panel design to the glass, and the pitcher measures approximately 8.5" in height. As always your input is appreciated.
Can you please help ID, is this Ugo Zaccagnini?, I did reasearch this marks, but all o them have the word Italy.
Thank You very much.