Picked up this vase today and I was hoping someone could help with maker. It measures nearly 11" high and 3 3/4" diameter at the base. It has a damaged handle, but I couldn't help myself. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for looking.
Good afternoon all! I have this gorgeous porcelain flower frog marked ? Czechoslavakia. The piece is air brushed art deco horses. The makers mark is distorted. Does anyone recognize the mark? Any info would be greatly appreciated! gina
This vase stands about about 4.5 inches tall. There is a signature on the bottom that appears to read Mackenzie with pottery underneath and 84 underneath that. I am wondering if this is associated with Warren Mackenzie in any way? I can find nothing remotely similar by Warren Mackezie and nothing signed by him other than a chop mark. But the glaze and the raised lines running around the circumfrence are similar to some of his pieces I have seen. Also the lines radiating small to large from one side to the other on the bottom can be seen on some of Mackenzie pieces. Of course knowing nothing about potting, this could be common to a method of turning. The last picture is his signature from a book he autoghraphed and it does look similar. I will be very thankful for any help.
Blenko collectors maybe you can help? I have been out to the Blenko site and the closest I can find is the Crystal Plantation but hardly any info or images on it.
Maybe I am way off and these are not Blenko at all. If anyone can steer me to the rigjht direction, I would appreciate it!
Green (actually glows but not sure if it is due to the color itself!)
Handmade with indented bottom & rough pontil
Applied Handles on both creamer & sugar
Creamer approx 5 1/2" tall
Thanks so much in advance for your assistance!
and while on the subject of the pattern what the heck are the bell flowers on it called? My brain is drawing a blank. = )
It is signed "Luce" and in great condition. Any idea of age? Any good descriotive words?
Thanks so much for any info you may be able to provide.