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18th Century Flow Blue Porcelain Piece Marked Sydenham S.A. & Company
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Hello Fellow Collectors,I was hoping for help in identifying this piece. I thought it was a chamber pot but the ones I have researched only have one handle. This was acquired from a collector who has…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Brown Sep 5, 2017.

 

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Nicole Brumleve replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Identifying and Dating 2 Large Antique Chinese Plates in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks so much! I really appreciate your time and insight. I think now they are both Imari with the first plate being a little earlier 19th Century. You really helped.  Best to You! Nicole"
Sep 27
LB Laub replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Identifying and Dating 2 Large Antique Chinese Plates in the group Whadja Find Today
"The bottom plate is most definitely Japanese Imari, late 19th/early 20th century. The top plate is a little more unusual, as the workmanship is more finely done. I do think that one is Japanese as well, also late 19th century. Perhaps the top plate…"
Sep 26
Molly replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Identifying and Dating 2 Large Antique Chinese Plates in the group Whadja Find Today
Sep 26
Nicole Brumleve replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Need Help Identifying/Dating Asian Plate in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks so much, Tom. From what you wrote about transferware, I was able to discover that it is a late 19th century Japanese Surie Imari plate which was Japan's version of transferware. Best to You, Nicole"
Sep 26
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Identifying and Dating 2 Large Antique Chinese Plates in the group Whadja Find Today
"Both bowls look to be Chinese. Upper bowl center design: 4 songbirds, 4 bats (good luck), wiggly lines are "stylistic clouds" (also good luck). Outer design: I see 3 roses, one stork, 2 geese pecking the ground. Meaning unknown. Lower…"
Sep 26
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Need Help Identifying/Dating Asian Plate in the group Whadja Find Today
"This looks more like a bowl rather than a plate. Side view would help. I think it's European, transfer ware, English or UK. Your backflash ruins the pictures; turn it off, use OH lighting or daylight."
Sep 25
vicki hufstetler replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Need Help Identifying/Dating Asian Plate in the group Whadja Find Today
"Well, I'm not at all convinced this is Asian at all. And there is apparently not any signature? Where did you think it was signed? Maybe I missed it.    It has an interesting design, but what I'm seeing is a hand thrown (wheel…"
Sep 25
Nicole Brumleve added 2 discussions to the group Whadja Find Today
Sep 25
Nicole Brumleve replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery Mark? Thanks so Much! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Good Evening Tom, Thank you so very much for your time and research into my post. I have zoomed all different angles and studied the markings with a magnifying glass but just can't make it out. You are correct about the two words…"
Apr 28
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery Mark? Thanks so Much! in the group Whadja Find Today
"Pottery company name is on the platter just below the wire handle. You have 2 pics of it. Looks like Aston ? Pottery.  There is an Aston Pottery in England but nothing like this shows in their on-line store.  There is also Aiston Park…"
Apr 27
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Apr 27
Michael replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Ah yes, now I see it too, your photo of the signature was upside down, threw me right off. lol I see in the background of Bill Campbell's website, his signature is shown there for comparison. Glad you found your answer even without our…"
Mar 10
Nicole Brumleve replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hello Michael, Yes, it was the signature on the bottom that identified it for me. I stared and magnified the marking but couldn't figure it out because I had no point of reference. Once I had Campbell as a possibility then I could clearly see…"
Mar 10
Michael replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Nicole That's cool, I did see some of Bill Campbell's work but dismissed it as a possibility because the glazed works of his I found were not the same as yours. How did you verify it is one of his? Was that a maker mark of his…"
Mar 10
Nicole Brumleve replied to Nicole Brumleve's discussion Do You Recognize This Pottery? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks to everyone who viewed my post. I figured it out. It is Bill Campbell Pottery. Thanks Again!"
Mar 10
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These are glazed pottery pieces with a difficult to read signature on the bottom.  They are professionally made and wondering if anyone recognizes the craftsmanship and marking. Thanks so much!!!…See More
Mar 10

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