I have about 3 hours into researching this mark and I have come up empty. Anyone know who made it and any other details?
I thought this vase was Northwood Fine Rib, the base is 3 1/2", but all of the examples I can find have smooth bottoms. The Fenton vases I can find seem to be smooth also. Anyone know who made this one? Could it be a reproduction?
Stands 14" tall.
I received this as a family heirloom and I'm looking for any information on the piece, maker, age, value, etc. It is about 20" tall and I think it may be Czeck.
Any help is appreciated.
does anyone recognize this pottery rhino , brown glaze with yellow drips , reminds me of the old bennington / rockingham pottery but I have no idea what the age or maker is on this , a mystery ! overall it reminds me of the 1950's glaze is different than what you would see on the Hull brown drip pottery .
measurements - 7 1/2 " long 3 1/4 " wide 3 1/4 " high .
Hi everyone. Hoping Walter stops in for this one. The scary clown is 10 inches in height and made with a dense, heavy solid ceramic or porcelain. It weighs 2 pounds 10 ounces. It is signed on the left heel but I can not make out the first word. The second word is Pesaro. We thought Pesaro was the last name but it appears to be the town in Italy where this piece was made.
It is hand made and you can actually see finger prints impressed on the bottom of the foot. It is covered with a thick, white glaze with crackle lines. Any thoughts or ideas appreciated. Thanks!
I have read a bit about Poole Pottery. Is this a Delphis bowl? Was it made in the 1960s-1970s? Whose mark is the G below? I have only found one similar, but not itdentical pattern to this one online. Thanks!