Featured Russian numbered plate

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Penny Sheppard, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me about what I posted above?
     
  2. janetpjohn

    janetpjohn Well-Known Member

    Would you consider starting a new thread for each item?
     
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  3. DragonflyWink

    DragonflyWink Well-Known Member

    Hi - it's another orphan saucer, the marks pics are upside down and sideways and are pretty fuzzy, but believe it looks like Doulton Burslem, 1886-1902, the initials would be the painter...

    ~Cheryl
     
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  4. DragonflyWink

    DragonflyWink Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Oct 9, 2019
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  5. DragonflyWink

    DragonflyWink Well-Known Member

    More realistic sold prices from eBay on similarly decorated cups & saucers:


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    ~Cheryl
     
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  6. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    Absolutely!
     
  7. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    Thank you Cheryl.. I appreciate the info!
     
  8. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    Hey Steve.......sorry...not Facebook...or snapchat...or Twitter....

    U shouldn't post your email here......too many Visitors and Bots.....

    & it's not allowed to do business on the Forums, except the SELL forum...
    You can though.....Private Message a member thru the INBOX at the top right of this page...........
     
  9. sunday silence

    sunday silence Well-Known Member

    I wanted to get back to the Kornilov plates. It was interesting to me that the antique ones, or at least the ones we think are from 1900 have "Made in Russia" on them. Because I thought that the made in part language came about 1921. I think my initial impression was that "made in" language on the plate suggested that they were not antique.

    Interestingly enough I was looking at some of the worth point entries and there is this one that was said to be from the collection of ambassador CHarles Crane who served on the Root Commission to Russia in 1917. THe pics are not clear but it is said to have the double eagle mark and cyrillic language. So it does sort of confirm the idea that the language was added to the pieces made for export at that time period before WW I since Crane probably acquired these while in Russia and they were not made for export.

    https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/five-kornilov-bros-porcelain-plates-1923008182

    They were sold at Eldred's so if they have a catalog or something you might be able to get better pics.
     
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  10. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

    It appears the original post has been removed, but preserved now as a quotation in your reply. Bots may not find it there.
     
  11. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    Yes, I dodn't think bots can catch that......but visitors can......
    I slipped up....it was not my intention to keep the addy there......:sorry::sorry::sorry::sorry:
     
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  12. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

     
  13. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    Thank you for the reply and my apologies for not seeing it until this moment! Yes, if you are still interested, I would be happy to sell to you.
     
  14. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    I also appreciate all of the information.
     
  15. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    :(
     
  16. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    FYI - some good news on my part. Although I have a saucer and not a plate, I do not see any chips or fine lines and the gild is still on.
     
  17. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

     
  18. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    Hi Steve, I’ve attempted to email you 2x at the address provided above, however I keep on receiving undeliverable messages.
     
  19. Figtree3

    Figtree3 What would you do if you weren't afraid?

    Hi, Penny -- You can try sending a private message through this site. One way to do that is to go up to the Inbox link at the top of the forum page (it's in the right side of the brown strip that goes across the page. Click on that word and click Start a New Conversation. You'll need to then type in the username of the person you want to write to. Another way to do it is to find the person's member page here and click on Start A Conversation.
     
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  20. Penny Sheppard

    Penny Sheppard Active Member

    Thank you for the information and directions on how to respond!
     
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