Checked thru the floral motif section on ddoty but couldn't locate this. Anyone know? Thanks for the help.
I have 6 of these stems and am going nuts trying to identify them. I think the blank is Fostoria although in the book I have it is hand drawn. The glass is done in a series of 'panels'....optic? As for the etching, I can't find it in the few books I have, or on the chat about glass site. It looks simple enough - perhaps generic? Any help will be greatly appreciate it.
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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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.
Hello Folks. I recently purchased a pair of ceramic Chinese "Fu Dog" (or "Fu Lion") figurines. Each came in a wooden box marked with Chinese characters on the lid. The base of one of the figurines also has an impressed mark of some kind. The figurines stand about 7 1/4" tall and measure approximately 6 1/4" wide. Can anyone assist me with the translation of the marks on the box lid? Or the mark on the underside of the base? Thanks in advance for looking!
Any knowledge on this piece? Maker? Age? Thank you so very much!