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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...
What lovely plates you have. They date post 1955. Here is a site with much history on Drostdy pottery from the Drostdy Museum.
This site mentions how Frace Marot was...
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.
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...
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...
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...
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.
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.
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...
It is a toddy lifter. Mainly produced in England. Here is a similar one.
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