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  1. You have a lovely ceramic were made in 1966. ...

    You have a lovely ceramic were made in 1966. During this time it was popular for women to join ceramics clubs and make this type of molded ceramic ware. I believe your piece was made by an amateur...
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    Hi, What lovely plates you have. They date...

    Hi,
    What lovely plates you have. They date post 1955. Here is a site with much history on Drostdy pottery from the Drostdy Museum.

    Drostdy Museum

    This site mentions how Frace Marot was...
  3. It is a fake mark. The vase was produced in...

    It is a fake mark. The vase was produced in Japan, and sold through gift stores. Last half if the 20th century (post-1950). Value $15-30.
  4. Your figures appear to be made in Japan. The mark...

    Your figures appear to be made in Japan. The mark is a pseudo mark, and tries to be similar to French and German marks. The gold paint on the figures does have real gold content; however,it doesn't...
  5. They are wonderful! They are indeed biscuit...

    They are wonderful! They are indeed biscuit barrels. Think of them as the predecessor of the cookie jar. They were popular in the late Victorian era (1890-1910). Although mainly produced in England...
  6. Wonderful Maggie, I am always amazed at how off...

    Wonderful Maggie, I am always amazed at how off some dealers are with items! With the internet such a great source, and if I don't know, I try to find out. If I still can't find information, I...
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    Is this one like[/URL] yours? An on-line dealer...

    Is this one like[/URL] yours? An on-line dealer is asking $499.00. Keep in mind it is ASKING price and has not SOLD.
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  8. The mark makes me think Japanese giftware from...

    The mark makes me think Japanese giftware from mid century. (1950-1970) Most likely a vase, or brush pot. If I had it I would price it $10-15. The marks are most likely mold# or design numbers.
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    Use

    Here is a description I found on-line of the use: THEY ARE UNCOMMON!!


    The toddy lifter was first introduced about 1790, but did not come into wide use until about 1800. It was still a common...
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    Maggie, It is a toddy lifter. Mainly...

    Maggie,

    It is a toddy lifter. Mainly produced in England. Here is a similar one.
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2584/4117763586_c76119b94b_m.jpg
    Audra
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