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Michael replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Well, I'm not certain really what the numbers represent, as I said I found a bell online with the same number as the single tiered platter, and it clearly does not share either the pattern or the product type, as it is a bell vs a single tiered…"
Feb 12
TGlo replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you ALL for sharing your knowledge on this topic, in addition to providing links to sites where I have found even more information.  To: Michael and Tom who commented on the 2090 number mark, I also have a chip and dip set with this…"
Feb 11
Michael replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Providing the dating methods is more about simply having all the information about a product and learning how to do it for next time should a item come along with the label affixed. Not really sure what the number is meant to represent at this…"
Feb 11
vicki hufstetler replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi TGo - This is not technically "Majolica" it is art pottery in the style of Antique Majolica.  Your item looks to be from the 1970's. Majolica and Maiolica have roots in ancient societies. But for the most part, one when speaks…"
Feb 10
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"If he doesn't have a label on his tidbit tray how can he determine age by checking the labels as suggested??? Also since both have the same 2090 Serial number it seems logical to suspect that his tidbit is missing another tier. Nice find."
Feb 10
Jeff Guy replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Della robia or della robbia pattern depending on how you want to spell it"
Feb 9
Michael replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Brand is Lefton. 2090 is the model number. Lefton would affix a paper label to the bottom of these. eBay I realise you no longer seem to have a label on yours, below is the label as on the model on the eBay link above and at the bottom of my post…"
Feb 9
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Majolica uses molds but they decorate with heavy glazes too.  Your plate appears to have been painted. Without a back stamp or incised mark identifying your maker is improbable. I did find a company, Fritz & Floyd who makes similar plates…"
Feb 9
TGlo replied to TGlo's discussion Tidbit serving plate.. is it Majolica and if so, who's the maker? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Mark on the back is the number 2090  IMG_7187.JPG"
Feb 8
TGlo added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 8
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"I got my book for $.25 cents at a yard sale; also 6 others, quarter each. A bit old (1988), but full of info. Type in the ISBN number into Google and available copies and prices will show up. You might find a more modern copy."
Nov 18, 2017
TGlo replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks again LB. Based on when the Saxon China Co was in business initially, I guess the period date of these saucers may be somewhere between 1911-1929. I only have four of the scenes so am missing the other two. Considering their age, they're…"
Nov 16, 2017
Molly replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"Reply by LB Laub on Thursday Neat plate! It was made by the Saxon China Co., founded in 1911 in Sebring, Ohio. The company was purchased by the American Chinaware Corp. in 1929 and folded in 1932. It was then restarted in 1934 by W. Vern…"
Nov 15, 2017
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"Your mark is shown in Lehner's Encyclopedia of U.S. Marks, 1988, ISBN 0-89145-365-2.  It is one of 6 different backstamps, and the oldest. It dates prior to 1925; exact starting date not shown.  My source indicates that French-Saxon…"
Nov 15, 2017
Molly replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"Concentrating on the information LB provided, I see that the original Saxon China is, generally speaking, much less ornately decorated, with many of the pieces being white with gold trim.  I then located another sampling of what you have since…"
Nov 10, 2017
TGlo replied to TGlo's discussion Saxon China Pattern unknown in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you as well Molly. I too have seem these images on painting etc., but I not been able to find any dishes by the Saxon China company on the web or my answer may reside in a book somewhere. Since I have saucers, there must have been cups, plates…"
Nov 10, 2017

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