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Pottery, Glass & Porcelain

Any ideas on a maker of this set?

The "tomatoes" do actually look real enough, that people walk up to them expecting the real thing!  Thanks!

 

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Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

Oct 21, 2014 8:49:16 AM PT

Potties Please ~ really, this time!

Anyone recognize this small vaseline opalescent brides basket.  The bowl itself is about 3" tall and 4 7/8" in diameter.  It is about 7' tall with frame.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

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Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

Hoping to some help with this little bud vase. It seems to be hand painted and stands about 6 1/2" tall. I could not see any makers marks to id it but hoping some one might know. Any help would be great thank you in advance.P7180022.JPGP7180023.JPGP7180025.JPG

Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

Oct 21, 2014 10:37:00 AM PT

porcilain help with vase

Hi Glassies :smileyhappy:

 

I have this pair of vases and am wondering if I have the right idea for a listing title: - “Pair Blue Opaline Bristol Glass Mary Gregory Style Vases”. How does that sound?

 

They measure 4-3/4” tall, 3-1/2” across the top, 2-11/16” across the foot. The bottom looks like a finely polished pontil mark.

 

As always, thanks for any help :smileyhappy:

 

 

 

Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

OMG, can eBay not leave ANYTHING alone!?  Every time I come here, it's different.  Had to Google for a link to this category, couldn't figure out how to find it otherwise.  ::sigh::

 

Anyway.  I recently purchased a teapot which is out of my usual collecting focus.  My research indicates it is "American Belleek", with a mark indicating it was made by Lenox between 1906-1924.  I noted that many other teapots with this mark have similar handles and finials, apparently a common design trait.  However, I cannot find another one like this.  I would like to know if this shape has a name, or belongs to a specific line.  The quality is exceptional compared to the Thirties and Forties colorware I usually collect, the only imperfections I can find are a few tiny glaze pops and a glazed over crumb.  I was wondering, as most of the other pots I saw are very ornately decorated, if this would have precluded it from being decorated, and designated it as a second, or was it meant to be starkly elegant and simple?  I do intend to list this pot to finance my own obsession, so would also be interested in an opinion of what a collector might pay for it (yup, I know book values are worthless!)  Any information would be greatly appreciated.

 

Hope I haven't messed up with these pics, last I knew, eBay auto-resized them if they were too big?  Would also appreciate any gentle advice on what for me, is yet another "new format" for these boards. 

 

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Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

I have had these in the "don't know" box for months.  Hungarian, Polish?  Can anyone help me identify these little jugs.  I assume they are red? clay cream pitchers. Not sure if they are soldiers or how to describe. They are about 4-1/4” tall 3-1/4” wide from the spout to back of the handle.  Weight is right around 5 ounces each.  Any help is greatly appreciated

 

 

Pottery, Glass & Porcelain discussion

Oct 22, 2014 7:04:51 AM PT

Hungarian pottery jugs? Please help.

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