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Happy 2016 my name is***** am happy to help you. I looked at the two pictures you sent. They are too dark to see the details. Could you take them again in natural light? Also include a clear one of the bottom.
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Hi yes I am still on this the pictures arrived and I am going through my reference material. the one of the bottom is too angled to get a clear look at it.
Thank you much better.
I have searched my reference library and data bases and can not find your mystery vase. I will direct you to someone who specializes in art pottery. David Rago, *****@******.***
Rago Arts and Auctions333 North Main Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530Phone:(###) ###-####
If any one can identify it he is the one.
Thank you Jane. It almost looks like Weller or Roseville but not quite. Roseville did a number of experimental pieces that did not go into production. So that is one possible explanation. All the best in your quest.