12" x 7 1/2". Thank you for any information.
Thank you for any help with ID7" tall.
Picked up a couple of marigold pressed glass bowls in a box lot. Both are 7" across at top. They look to be fairly common carnival or EAPG pieces; just looking for positive ID.
Here is the first. Looks like what is called "Star and File" in my books:
Can anyone help with this vase? The initials could stand for, for example, Caiger-Smith or Seth Cardew but in those cases the potter would have had to be 18 or 14 years old. It is quite assured but could just be a student piece. I am in the UK and while we do see foreign Studio Pottery here, it is likely to be localThanks for looking.
I was wondering if anyone has ever seen a crock like this or know if it's Texas pottery? Thank you in advance. I've never seen that wash out under the rim, pretty cool.
I have this little ceramic Jug. I can see from the marks that it was made in W Germany, but that seems to be all I can fid on it..
Does anyone know anything at all about this jug ? Any information woul dbe greatly appreciated !!!
Thannks in advance