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.
Does anyone know anything about this piece. Cannot find makers mark, the emblem does not really read anything. It is 8 1/2 inches tall.
I've got a ceramic bird on nest figurine that I would like to list today but the mark on the bottom is smeared. I don't think it's RELPO'; it looks like it starts with "RED" and then maybe 3 or 4 more letters. Can you help with ID? Also, what kind of bird is it? Thanks for taking a look!
Does anyone know who made this piece or how old it is. When I bought it the man told me it was very old and one of the ways to tell was that the hobnails were very pointy! Wondering whether he was telling the truth! Any help greatly appreciated. it is 7 3/4 in diameter and 3 1/4 tall.
I am working on an Estate sale and found these tiles. I cant find anyghing like them so can price them. Not on google or in my MIJ book. Most of the items in this house are MCM
I recently came across this unusual pottery vase. It has a bronze colored glaze with iridescent qualities. It appears the the glaze was applied and rubbed off the high spots (revealing a light brown color underneath), then refired with a clear glaze. It's quite large and stands about 9 1/2" tall. It has 2 handles and measures approximately 8 1/2" wide at its widest point There are no manufacturer markings that I can find.
The vase appears to have some age to it and has some overall crazing to the clear glaze. The pottery material appears thinner and lighter than comparable sized pieces made by Roseville, Weller, etc.
Does anyone recognize this style/motif, and possibly have some ideas who made the piece? Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide!