I am hoping someone can provide some information on this small tray. It measures about 5 5/8" by 4 5/8". It looks like Pickard with the floral pattern and basket off flowers in the center and gold overlay, but is marked what looks like "sace" Germany along with what may be a signature. I can only make out the last letters "oines". I find some listings where the "sace" is translated as saxe, and the lettering is very similar but all of these are printed on and not engraved. Any help will be appreciated.
Possibly get someone to help me id this piece of pottery.
I was kinda thinking it may be McCoy
I'm not sure who manufactured this milk glass compote/vase. I'm thinking possibly Fenton or maybe Smith Glass. It has what looks like a Diamond and Fan pattern of some kind. Any help as to actual manufacturer and pattern name would be appreciated.
I got this vase from an estate sale of a collection who had tons of high end collectibles and antiques. Many things were from the 18th, 19th, early 20th centuries. I found this vase to be particularly interesting. Any idea of what country the mark is from and perhaps the maker. Any help is appreciated. Thanks a lot.
This 9 1/2" decanter ( without stopper) is in great condition. It only needed a little cleaning inside to make it sparkle. Being a novice on EAPG, I have no idea if it's old or newer. Any help greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know who might have made this style of glass pitcher creamer? Is is about 5 inches tall and has a rough pontil.