Fond these in an auction box lot. Identical in size and shape, 4" high, 4" wide at base and about 3.5" wide at mouth. One featyres a hunt scene, the other a pair of "raised" horses.
I've seen similar mugs listed as "Gibson" or Staffordshire. However, neither of these have clear maker IDs, just a little dab of gold paint on the bottom. Both have three stilt marks on the bottom. Thanks in advance for any help!
Hi, I would appreciate any help you many know about this vase, such as maker, age etc.
The 13" tall vase, base 6" has a hole in the bottom. I wonder if this was made for a lamp?
It has hand painted flowers on front with raised outlines. Would this design be called moriage?
Some of the work is very nicely done and then there are areas where it is rather messy and crude.
Thanks for your help.
I have not been able to find this pattern anywhere. I don't think it's Blue Willow. Any help would be appreciated it. It's a very tiny cup 2 1/4" tall. Espresso, Saki, Tea?
I am looking for assistance in identifying the piece shown in the attached images. It is a bisqe porcelain figure of a seated black / negro male with a bowl in his lap. It is just under 14" tall. I'd like to figure out the age, country of manufacture (Germany?), and purpose. Thanks.
USA stamped on bottom. 6" tall. Crackle or crazing marks? near middle. Thanks to all.
We were hoping someone could recognize the mark on this figurine.
Any help identifying the creator would be great.
It is approx 12" tall and the mark looks like a wreath over a backward and forward "E"
Thanks for looking
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Rob & Tracie