Etruscan Majolica Footed Bowl

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  1. kardinalisimo

    kardinalisimo Well-Known Member

    73ABACBB-8022-4626-9F7C-5708A5EE8DDE.jpeg 29373EF6-48E8-4469-A691-F7C8B51B7222.jpeg 122C5230-344D-4FBD-BE28-0B850230D669.jpeg E870D2B6-1958-41AB-A986-DD5BEE42B3F8.jpeg Found few others with the same pattern but different colors. So not sure real or repro?
     
  2. kraftblue

    kraftblue Well-Known Member

    Looks like a George Jones? Mark
     
  3. terry5732

    terry5732 Well-Known Member

    Griffen Smith Hill
     
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  4. say_it_slowly

    say_it_slowly The worst prison is a closed heart

    My Majolica book shows this mark as a Griffin,Smith and Hill mark and it says it's considered as an earlier mark to the Griffin, Smith and Hill mark that has "Etruscan Majolica" encircling it. It says that this mark is always used inside the pedestal on footed pieces.

    They show this Etruscan Daisy salad comport in a different color combination, 9" dia 5" h. It says that it was also made with a white background and a cobalt background. No mention of flower colors.

    It looks kinda old to me.
     
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  5. terry5732

    terry5732 Well-Known Member

    The fancy colors and all lack of wear on feebay look very suspect
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  6. say_it_slowly

    say_it_slowly The worst prison is a closed heart

  7. ascot

    ascot Well-Known Member

    I've seen this (in person) in both color ways. It's authentic GSH.
     
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