"Ok, So in PA. Now, On your second piece, I'm afraid that one isn't going to be "Red-ware" Either - And it's likely not old. I'll tell you why: 1. The glaze covers the base. In most all pottery made in US and abroad in…"
"Hi Vicki, Thanks a bunch for all the info. I obtained this piece at an estate sale not far from Stroudsburg Pa, close to the Delaware Water Gap, if you're familiar with the area? That is why I initially thought of a connection to LK Tomlinson…"
"Hi Jesse, I agree with Tom here, this is not red ware. "Red-ware" refers to the color of the clay, not the color of the glaze. Yours looks either white, Buff or Off white, I'm not really seeing the common "Yellow" of Yellow…"
Hi everyone,Found this lovely old redware vase. Stamp marked on base LK inside of shield with a lion. Am having quite a bit of trouble pinpointing this maker and perhaps someone on this board has some insight.Perhaps LK Tomlinson? Also found a Lucas Kessler but not sure if this piece is old enough to be his work. Any info would be much appreciated. The vase stands 8.5" tall. 4.5" base diameter. …See More
"If you are looking for a price...
When it is unmarked like these and with no exact style and design matches turning up readily in online searches, it does nothing to either increase or decrease their value I'm afraid.
Without information as to…"
Hello to all,Is anyone familiar with this type or style of pottery? Glazed interior with a rough aggregate finish to the exterior. Not sure how old they are, origin etc. Any info is much appreciated. 4.5" & 5.5" diameters, unsigned/unmarked. Thank you kindly, in advance. …See More
I've included a link to a similar one selling on eBay for US$95 showing a more complete version of your stamp below so you can see it as it appears whole.
LB is correct, it is a Japanese company selling china.
Tom is correct in that…"