Checked thru the floral motif section on ddoty but couldn't locate this. Anyone know? Thanks for the help.
I've had no success determinging the origin of these two large pots. (12" to 15" tall) Hoping somone can point me in the right direction.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Does it look familiar to anyone?
I have these dishes from a consignor to sell. She tells me they came from a church camp in 1963. She saw them used in a Harry Potter movie by Hagrid when he served tea to Harry, Ron and Hermione. I know nothing about Harry Potter and I know nothing about these dishes. Can anybody identify the marking on the back? Thank you for your help!
I can't resist pottery faces, so I brought this one home today. It is signed - looks like Lott. At first I thought he was a bit lopsided but after I took pics of the profiles I think it could really be 2 different faces on purpose. What do you guys think?. I have been searching Lott Pottery but no luck. Just wondering if anyone had seen this mark before. Thanks so much for your help.
I have a glass plate which has a chip but the chipped part is still attached to the plate. A chip that hasn't broken away. It can't be felt when running the tip of the fingers over it, but a fingernail does catch on the edge. Is there an appropriate term for this kind of flaw? A percussion mark perhaps?
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