I can answer any questions about American art pottery produced between 1900 and 1930.
I have been a dealer and collector since 1974.
Emory University '74
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It is definitely an interesting piece. My specialty really ends at about 1920. You might try searching some large auction databases like liveauctioneers.com or invaluable.com. Try to find something
The traditional definition of antique has been something that is at least 100 years old. The term "vintage" probably would cover items from between 99 and 40 years old. If it is newer than 40 years,
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Hey James, I really can't add much information other than it is unlike anything from the early American Art Pottery period that I deal with. If I am using the context
I think your best bet might be to get an opinion from an auctioneer named R.G. Munn. http://www.rgmunnauctions.com/auction.aspx?as=28429. They deal with western art, especially pottery. My expertise
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