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Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Dancing Polynesia Terracotta Statuettes Art Deco Perhaps Red Wing Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I found this marking above the artist's name on a piece in a thrift store yesterday.  It so reminded me of the "TE" after Mary, I thought it might help.  This was a plate hand-painted from this area in Italy."
Sep 7
Jesse K replied to Jesse K's discussion Very Large Clay Terracotta pot / vessel / Native American Indian? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Either way, not bad for a $10 thrift store find. I'll continue searching but definitely interesting. Thanks again for your insight.  "
Sep 1
Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Very Large Clay Terracotta pot / vessel / Native American Indian? in the group Whadja Find Today
"For as common as one might think a spherical pot is, especially with the particular size of the neck and lip of it...this shape is pretty hard to find.   They seem to most likely be used as Ollas or irrigation pots, no matter the origin."
Sep 1
Jesse K replied to Jesse K's discussion Very Large Clay Terracotta pot / vessel / Native American Indian? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi again Molly, The only reason I am assuming this is American Indian is that I have seen Anasazi pots with this "corrugated" pattern. Have not seen any pots from them with the large bulbous shape. They also have examples of the…"
Sep 1
Jesse K replied to Jesse K's discussion Dancing Polynesia Terracotta Statuettes Art Deco Perhaps Red Wing Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks Vicki, the search continues. They are castings so I am hoping there are others out there I will stumble upon. "
Sep 1
vicki hufstetler replied to Jesse K's discussion Dancing Polynesia Terracotta Statuettes Art Deco Perhaps Red Wing Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Oh, I'm sorry, I saw the large E that looks like an I and y. My apologies. However, I still think these are most likely from Italy, or possibly Mexico. Terra Cotta pottery is uncommon in the USA. Most items like yours come from Italy, Mexico,…"
Sep 1
Jesse K replied to Jesse K's discussion Dancing Polynesia Terracotta Statuettes Art Deco Perhaps Red Wing Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Vicki, thanks for your reply. Certainly doesn't say Italy. Not sure who Mary is. The symbol after the name, maybe "TE"?"
Sep 1
vicki hufstetler replied to Jesse K's discussion Dancing Polynesia Terracotta Statuettes Art Deco Perhaps Red Wing Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Jesse, One of your statues is marked "Italy". That is exactly what you have here. Vintage, Terra cotta, Polynesian figurines. Made in Italy. Probably 1940  - 50's. They are nicely done, so do a google search to see what…"
Sep 1
Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Very Large Clay Terracotta pot / vessel / Native American Indian? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Some tribes in Africa ( and most likely here in North America) were known for their CORRUGATED patterning on their pots and vessels.  I found similar pots, but the neck and lip were not as uniformly constructed as this one, they tended to be a…"
Aug 31
Jesse K replied to linda hucker's discussion What is this! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Seems to small to be for a flag with a rope and pulley set up. The porcelain would have cracked under the weight and pressure. The screw holes are also very small and would not have mounted well. The cleat is throwing me off. My guess is the the…"
Aug 31
Jesse K added 2 discussions to the group Whadja Find Today
Aug 31
Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Porcupine Clay Jug? Obscure...Never seen one of these before.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"I would say that Jeff is making a very valid point.  It is totally possible it is not that old...but there were a surprising number of pieces, Pre-Columbian, that looked very similar and were in impeccable condition, even the scratches and…"
Aug 30
Jeff Guy replied to Jesse K's discussion Porcupine Clay Jug? Obscure...Never seen one of these before.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"When you say Pre-Columbian you are saying this would have been made prior to 1492. This is definitely NOT pre-columbian; looks late 20th century."
Aug 30
Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Porcupine Clay Jug? Obscure...Never seen one of these before.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"I am very glad to help.  Have a peaceful evening."
Aug 29
Jesse K replied to Jesse K's discussion Porcupine Clay Jug? Obscure...Never seen one of these before.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"Molly to the rescue!!!  They should put you on TV. Thanks again for your gracious support and knowledge. You're the best!"
Aug 29
Molly Zone replied to Jesse K's discussion Porcupine Clay Jug? Obscure...Never seen one of these before.... in the group Whadja Find Today
"I am putting this out there based on my humble research thus far... Pre-Columbian Western Mexico Colima pottery...the spikes are right, the dog face is right, the clay is right.  There are several examples of "effigy vessels", mostly…"
Aug 28

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