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Antique Royal Staffordshire Pottery

Hello , I am trying to date and value this washbasin and pitcher. I couldn't find an exact match for the mark that is on these pieces. I d…

Started by Donna Johnson

4 Apr 12
Reply by Donna Johnson

Cobalt Moorcroft

Is this a blue clematis? I haven't seen this before. Thanks. Beth http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/photo/amazing-find

Started by EdibleComplex on Etsy

0 Dec 3, 2013

Flow Blue Platter

HI all, I have a flow blue platter available to me, anyone have any opinions on value? It is a beauty.

Started by House of Charm Antiques Southinc

0 Jul 30, 2013

Any info on this "SAXON WARE" Vase? Stamp says "A.H. Abbott & Co."

Came across this beat up vase at an estate sale. It's seen better days but I still couldn't let it go. A gold/bronze glaze on a sculpted (I…

Started by Robb

4 Apr 16, 2013
Reply by Treasure Hunter D

Curious about reticulated piece stamped Germany

Hi all -- got this piece in a box lot. The mark -- I guess it would be called impressed but I am not sure -- seems high end. But, then Germ…

Started by Judy Jordan

0 Jan 30, 2013

Anyone who has more information on C.W.S. Backstamp circa 1897

Hello, another several pieces of some really old English dinnerware.   Pretty brown victorian transfer pattern "WARWICK"  with an Rd No. 29…

Started by Michelle Eagle

7 Jan 2, 2013
Reply by Leanne Lewis

Anyone familiar with this Creamware Impressed Backstamp DD H P N

Can anyone help with id'ing this mark... I believe this is a creamware basketweave reticulated plate which may be from the 18th century.  …

Started by Michelle Eagle

5 Oct 25, 2012
Reply by Susanna Pickle

Does anyone recognize this backstamp? Sail Ship/Crest/Anchor (Caledonian)

Wondering if anyone knows what this backstamp is?  It is a Sailing Ship within a crest with an anchor running through it.   Caledonian in t…

Started by Michelle Eagle

2 Oct 25, 2012
Reply by Michelle Eagle

Anyone help with Information on This Clarise Cliff potery dish

I need help on finding information on this dish.  It was done by Clarise Cliff in the 1930's. It has the following pottery mark on bottom …

Started by Keith Whalen

0 Jun 9, 2012

Scottie Figurine

About 6" long and marked "W.R. Midwinter, Ltd., Burslem, England" with crown. I found info about this company and it was in business from a…

Started by Lillian Dunbar

0 Dec 29, 2011

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