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    Help - Identifying "Maker" of vase

    Hello everyone!
    I just joined this forum and I'm hoping someone can tell me the maker of this vase! I recently purchased a portable building that was being used to sell "Antique" like items. I am trying to sort out what might have some value. I am at a loss on this vase and I'm hoping someone here can enlighten me! My guess is it's not worth anything. However, I don't just want to get rid of it without confirmation.
    All I can make out from the stamp is "37" and possibly a "4T" and a "4_1A". Here is a pic of the vase and the bottom.Click image for larger version. 

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    us
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    Just going to "Bump" this in case someone that may know something hasn't seen it. Thanks!

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    Hello... I just discovered this area this morning. I dug this old pitcher up from the bottom of a privy pit in Southwest MI. many years ago along with about 400 bottles, guns and doll heads. Anybody know how old it is? I realize it being broke destroyed any value but I'd still like to know about what time period. Thanks' for any info folks.
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    I am a true blue Patriot who believes in the original Constitution's meaning. I'll bleed blood to defend it and resist those who want to diminish or alter its meaning or those rights stated within the Constitution.

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    us
    Sep 2014
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    Limitool, check this out!
    Antique Emery Burslem England Creamer Pitcher in Burmese Ware | eBay

    Its the same pattern! There are actually a few pieces with the same/similar pattern.
    Last edited by LisaK; Sep 14, 2014 at 03:44 PM.
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    If you flip the photo shown 180 degress you will see the stamp says "made in China" below the number. Hard to read but that's what it says.

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    Brad - Wolfpack Proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaK View Post
    Limitool, check this out!
    Antique Emery Burslem England Creamer Pitcher in Burmese Ware | eBay

    Its the same pattern! There are actually a few pieces with the same/similar pattern.
    Thanks.... I was just curious about how old it could possibly be and it's history.
    I am a true blue Patriot who believes in the original Constitution's meaning. I'll bleed blood to defend it and resist those who want to diminish or alter its meaning or those rights stated within the Constitution.

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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Limitool:
    Here's your pitcher.
    VINTAGE EMERY BERMESE BURSLEM PITCHER | eBay
    Don....

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    Hijacked! Why didn't you start another thread for your pitcher? Just saying...

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    us
    Sep 2014
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    diggummup, that's what my husband and I thought at first too. But at a closer look it does not say "China". Thanks for your input though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaK View Post
    diggummup, that's what my husband and I thought at first too. But at a closer look it does not say "China". Thanks for your input though!
    I learned at an early age never to argue with a woman , so I'll just say we can amicably disagree. I'll stick with my initial assessment on this one, be it crudely stamped as it is.
    Last edited by diggummup; Sep 18, 2014 at 03:07 PM.

 

 

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