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THIS ONE IS REALLY GIVING ME A HARD TIME. DOES ANYONE RECOGNIZE THE MARK?

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There appears to be much of the external decoration broken off from the surface of this piece.  Can we see photos of it from another side with less damaged decoration perhaps, or is there a piece which looks like it could be part of the matching set to this item, perhaps it's decorative elements are more intact for us to see?

I can see little indentations of where the decorative white parts have broken away, but can only guess at what the original design may have been.

As for the maker mark, RIETI c.1886, United States, New England Pottery Co., Boston, Mass. Established 1875.

Kovels have this mark in their records, but you'll have to sign up with their website to view the information.

Kovels

From Kovel's New Dictionary of marks.

New England Pottery Co.
Boston, MA, U.S.A.
Semiporcelain Black
Underglaze
1886-1888 (1854-1914)

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