Featured Glazed pottery vase, ID? Please

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  1. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    About 11" high. Any ideas where from or who may have made it? Thanks for your time.
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  2. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Selfish bump:)
     
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  3. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    Wish I knew. It's a lovely glaze.
    Don
     
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  4. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Thanks so much Don.:cat::)
    Maybe I wont be able to identify it but can anyone give me an idea of what type of glaze this is? The outside is so shiny I thought it was glass when I first picked it up.
     
  5. rro2000

    rro2000 Active Member

    It's really beautiful. Hope you get an i.d.
     
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  6. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Hi Rro! Thanks, that's so sweet of you.:):)
     
  7. gregsglass

    gregsglass Well-Known Member

    Hi Rro,
    You have been missed. Welcome back!!!!
    greg
     
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  8. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    it's unusual....and rather striking !!
    nice find !
     
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  9. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Thank you a Komokwa! :cat::)
     
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  10. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    I see why you thought it was glass !!!
    I think it's from another planet !!! :eek:
    It's not any pottery i'm used to seeing here......:wideyed:

    The bottom is wild......
    It looks like glass covered stone petrified wood.....if that were a thing !! :rolleyes:
     
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  11. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    LOL Komokwa:D, the bottom looks like a science project to me! I think it's really neat. I would still think it was glass if not for the 3 holes in the base which is found on a lot of pottery.
    Was thinking last night that I had a vase a few years ago with a similar shape and it was from Italy. Could this be Italian?, Or is this shape common in many areas?
    Thanks everyone so much.
     
  12. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    How would one even make such a thing ???
    Oh...& i see 4 holes....
     
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  13. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Wow, you're right....there is 4 little holes...I wonder if they have something to do with the glaze and shiny coating?
    Thanks Komokwa:)
     
  14. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    maybe it stood on pins for firing ?
     
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  15. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Maybe so Komokwa. I am really clueless about this. :confused::)
     
  16. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    Seems , so are our flock !!:hilarious:
     
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  17. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Yep, it seems our knowledgeable peeps are stumped on this too!:chicken::eek::(:dead::bored::hilarious::hilarious:
     
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  18. verybrad

    verybrad Well-Known Member

    Generally, very shiny glazes like this are termed "High Glaze". You glaze has some great flowing crystalline properties to it. It has 3 stilt marks on the bottom. The 4th is a bubble burst. I can't conjecture on who made this, as it doesn't ring any bells. If I had to guess, maybe a CA pottery and mid-century or later. Nice piece that I would have bought as well.
     
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  19. tyeldom3

    tyeldom3 Well-Known Member

    Wonderful Brad, that is great information and very helpful, thank you soooo much!:)
     
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