Hello Alan i have 2 water pitchures with basins i very heavy beautiful cream and blur desin the other egg shell color also beautiful i think leafy design under eggshell one has a under piture corn of copia or fish or something cant tell and 01 in front of it and on basin bottom of that one it has W.E.P.C.O. CHINA AND THE OTHER JUST HAS 3 DARK BLUE SPOTS FORMING TRIANGLE THANK YOU rOBIN
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Hi Robin , I will look at this on Monday for you also thanks for understanding, Alan
Hi Robin, WEPCO stands for. The West End Pottery Company of East Liverpool, Ohio it was in operation from 1893 to 1938. hey produced several lines of semi porcelain dinnerware, toilet ware, kitchen or "household necessities" as well as hotel ware.
send me a [picture of the two pitchers and one on the triangle mark please and how tall they are thanks, Alan.
pics of the pitures and basins
Hello Alan the white is about 11 " and the blue one is about 9 1/2"
thank you so much Robin
Hi Robin, They are both WEBCO pieces the first one in white was done in their Pacific pattern and the second one was done in their Columbia pattern. These were a hot item in the 1960's.70's and 80's now at auction i would estimate your WEBCO late 1800's early 1900's wash bowl and basin sets at $40 - $60 a piece at auction or in a private sale.
I hope this answers your question!
Alan C. Ransdell, AOA AM, CA
Adjuster: Appraiser: USPAP Compliant
Thank you so much Alan wow you are a trooper with that bad tooth feel better