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Master salts (or table salts) made of pottery, china, yelloware, creamware or redware.


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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-31-2020
12:27 PM ET (US)
  We have a lot of watchers, maybe some one will take pitty.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-30-2020
05:01 PM ET (US)
Maybe some of you know your salts well enough to know which ones are marked. What if we just do the marked ones and just say what the mark is, like Austria, or Nippon? You don't need to post a picture of the mark unless you want to. We only have about 5 people posting here regularly so I need to have large categories or there would be no pictures posted.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-30-2020
01:01 PM ET (US)
  Don's idea is good. Would be nice to see just one company at a time. But how many of us are that organised that we have our China salts placed by maker? I sure do'nt. Mine are mostly in cabinets and would be hard for me to get at. Plus we'd have to turn them all over to see who made what. That's a lot of work on top of taking the pictures and writting information. Not to put Don's idea down cause I really like it.
Also, just a thought, I'm thinking most of us have a lot of China ones. (I do, much to my surprise) Maybe we should do or show groups of 5 or more. Otherwise I think we'll have massive amounts of pictures. Totally up to you Debi, just my 2 cents.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-30-2020
11:49 AM ET (US)
Thanks for dating the Zsolnay salt of yours and confirming my thought about aged, Debi. With a few exceptions, I have little or no interest in new salts and reproductions.
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Don Rabourn
01-30-2020
09:23 AM ET (US)
I think that would be a good category too, Debi! But It might be less "monumental" to do one type at a time! Like Nippon, Germany, Austria, etc! Just a suggestion! Don
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2020
09:08 PM ET (US)
Sounds good - that'll take me the whole month!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2020
05:41 PM ET (US)
So are we going to do individual china salts next month or is there another suggestion?
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2020
05:40 PM ET (US)
Here's a link to the company history and marks. Mine has the mark that mostly resembles the impressed company name and "PECS" and dates to the 1870's. https://www.theoldstuff.com/en/porcelain-m...y/228-zsolnay-marks
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2020
05:29 PM ET (US)
Nancy V: I remember seeing one at an antique show a long time ago and thought it looked rather large to be a salt. I guess everyone has their own opinion on what the size should be. You're right, it is rather chunky. And I didn't really care for the greenish color. It reminds me of antifreeze or some sort of nuclear waste. I like the golden iridescent salts like Tiffany but that green was rather ghoulish.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2020
01:40 PM ET (US)
Debi, on the Zsolnay company--the link worked. The width of the Girl with Basket is given as 2 5/8, which would probably be the width of the basket, well within size to call it a salt I'd think. Entire piece is pretty chunky. The salt you posted below looks old. I didn't look around to see how long Zsolnay has been in business.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-27-2020
07:15 PM ET (US)
Debi, I looked when I bought the salt and just looked again and can't find anything. Wish I could!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-27-2020
12:22 AM ET (US)
I really like that "bumpy" one too. Thanks for extra pictures Jane. Do you know the maker of the trencher pictured sideways? I can make out the words hand painted but don't know the mark.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
03:49 PM ET (US)
 Jane, lololololololol, love your humor. That is one special luster. I've never seen this one. I love it.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
02:35 PM ET (US)

Well, Lynda- I guess I can't count up to 5! I've never seen one like this one, either.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
02:34 PM ET (US)

This is the top.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
01:08 PM ET (US)
  Jane, What an amazing collection. The luster and others on the shelves are remarkable. The salt Debi is asking about is the 5th on the shelf not the 4th. But I loved seeing the 4th up close. I think she's asking about the bumpy one next to it. I could look at your 4 shelves for hours. So beautiful.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:49 PM ET (US)

Here it is, Debi!
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:41 PM ET (US)

Pair of Wedgewood. I know - I know - they're not really salts, but they are salt-sized and pretty!
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:40 PM ET (US)

Contemporary redware - souvenir of Landis Valley Farm Museum (PA). This also has an ugly spot of flashback.
Edited 01-26-2020 12:40 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:39 PM ET (US)

Another one.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:38 PM ET (US)

16th Century Delft reproduction from Ft. Frederick Market Faire (MD).
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:37 PM ET (US)

Signed "Wedgewood Classic, Creamware, England - souvenir of Monticello.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:36 PM ET (US)

Contemporary yellowware. Probably the only one I'll ever own!
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:35 PM ET (US)

Signature of this trencher.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:35 PM ET (US)

This one is contemporary - souvenir of Mt. Vernon.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:34 PM ET (US)

Signature on the trencher.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:33 PM ET (US)

Trencher with beautiful flowers. Of course - it's sideways!
Edited 01-26-2020 12:33 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:32 PM ET (US)

Bear
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:32 PM ET (US)

French faience potties condiment.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:31 PM ET (US)

Quimper trefoil.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:30 PM ET (US)

Santa Clara Pueblo, signed by the artist, Anna M-something.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:29 PM ET (US)
I'll try to do a closeup, Debi, after I get all these posted. The only one I've ever seen like it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:27 PM ET (US)
Jane, I know I've seen your divided redware salt before and I L-O-V-E IT! But what is the one in #122, row 1, 5th from left?
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:25 PM ET (US)

Kitties
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:24 PM ET (US)

Rockingham - spot is flashback.
Edited 01-26-2020 12:25 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:23 PM ET (US)

Danish art pottery - Herman August Kahler, Kahler Ceramics.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:16 PM ET (US)

Second two rows of Copper Lustre plus Sunderland, other English pottery, and double English redware at the end.
Edited 01-26-2020 12:17 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-26-2020
12:16 PM ET (US)

First two rows of Copper Lustre.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-23-2020
02:30 PM ET (US)
Zsolnay is still in business in Hungary, with a distributor in Colorado. I hope this link works - https://zsolnay.com/shop/7-eosin?id_category=7&n=195 - Go down to row 8. I remember seeing this "girl with basket" many, many years ago. It was called a salt at an antique show but I thought it was a bit large to be an open salt. The iridescence on it is amazing though.

My salt is in the Smith books, probably one of the last books. Carol Van Norman had a pair and was supplying pictures to the Smiths. They asked about it and ended up buying one of them from Carol. Mine is the one Carol had.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-23-2020
01:26 PM ET (US)
Debi, that Zsolnay salt is smashing! What nationality?
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-21-2020
09:57 PM ET (US)

Signature
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-21-2020
09:56 PM ET (US)

Mason's Ironstone
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
01:07 PM ET (US)
   Well Debi, you certainly have a nice sub-collection of pottery Master/Table salts. I like those pedestals transferware and the ones painted.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:25 PM ET (US)

Pair of Worcester mer-boy salts. Doesn't look like girls to me.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:14 PM ET (US)

Weird but colorful master salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:13 PM ET (US)

Marked Zsolnay salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:11 PM ET (US)

Marked KPM "bathtub" salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:09 PM ET (US)

Meissen trencher from the collection of Carol an Norman.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:07 PM ET (US)

Got this one from Jane. I thought the hand painting was unusual since most in this shape are transferware.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:03 PM ET (US)

This is a larger size with a pretty geisha inside. Maybe not a salt.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
12:01 PM ET (US)

Master double with butterflies
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
11:59 AM ET (US)

Signed Galle French faience salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-19-2020
11:57 AM ET (US)

Signed Theodore Deck salt
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-16-2020
12:13 PM ET (US)
I may not remember the name correctly,Don. It was back in the early 90's that I was seeing some of those Wedgwood luster bowls.

Just put Wedgwood Fairlyland Luster into Google and got a page of the bowls I remember.
Edited 01-16-2020 12:38 PM
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Don Rabourn
01-15-2020
05:08 PM ET (US)
 Several years ago, I bought something that I remember being called Wedgwood Fairy Luster, NOT Fairyland Luster. Right now I cant find which case it's in to check it, and I've got to be ready to go to our Church in 20 minutes!! I'll try later.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2020
01:10 PM ET (US)
Nancy V: I thought those Fairyland lustre salts were by Wedgwood. Don't have one so I'm unsure.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2020
12:07 PM ET (US)
Have you seen the luster pieces by Moorcroft called something like Fairyland? Those designs are beautiful. I saw a small one in England once and have been sorry I didn't buy it.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2020
10:26 PM ET (US)
   Debi, You'Re right. I've seen more under the camera's picture than my naked eye. Course you've a good eye and catch a lot.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2020
05:22 PM ET (US)
Lynda: That's why I say to take a picture of the mark because it enlarges well and you can see it better than with a magnifying glass. That goes especially for silver hallmarks. I have one of those luster type Moorcroft too but I'm sure it isn't a salt. Mine is larger though, probably about 3" diameter.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2020
01:50 PM ET (US)
   It does say Moorcroft but hard for me to see. Bowl size is...well, not master size. 2 1/8" wide by 2 1/8" tall. The glaze is shinny. The blue stripe under the rim isn't well done.
   I don't have much pottery for this catagory. I have some Daultons, but not as pretty as yours. They'Re still packed with some Irish salts. I'll try to find them.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2020
12:24 PM ET (US)
How wide is the bowl, Lynda? Moorcroft made very few salts. I posted the smallest I have in their series of round bowls, low foot, even the one I have probably not intended as a salt. I have one pedestal Moorcroft, individual size, only salt of theirs I've seen.

Yours looks like their lusterware work. Some have beautiful designs in the bowl.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2020
12:59 AM ET (US)
   Son of a gun. I could not see that.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
10:10 PM ET (US)
Looks like it says Moorcroft to me.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
06:01 PM ET (US)
  ? MOoRCROFT???
Edited 01-12-2020 06:02 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
01:27 PM ET (US)

   This may ring someone's bell.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
01:25 PM ET (US)

   I just got this and like a fool, forgot to write what it was. I'll figure it out.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
07:25 AM ET (US)

English Leeds #2
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
07:25 AM ET (US)

English Leeds #1
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
07:23 AM ET (US)

I recently saw this somewhere else with the maker named and should have changed my picture name immediately but I didn't. I'll have to find it again.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
07:15 AM ET (US)

English Sunderland
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-12-2020
07:13 AM ET (US)

Yelloware with seaweed decoration...from the collection of Carol Van Norman.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-11-2020
01:59 PM ET (US)
It probably is a repro Lynda. Looks like the two I have.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-11-2020
01:15 PM ET (US)

  This is suppose to be an old Trencher but I think I got jipped. I think it is new made to look old.
  I have a couple of little covered ?lilly pots. They are kinda plain. But Nancy D. your's are so pretty. I think when your son's start selling you're going to do very well. I would love to get any of theses as they are just so pretty.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-11-2020
12:08 PM ET (US)
Debi, I'm envious every time I see your pair of Doultons in #70. I have a few lily pots but the color is very different on Nancy D's pot with the dragons. I've kept one in red and black that I like.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-11-2020
03:59 AM ET (US)
That's OK Nancy D. Happens all the time. You have a really nice selection of Lily pots. I only have a few. When you decide to begin selling please let me about the aqua multicolored one (just above the black one) and the blue one with a butterfly in the second picture. I really should start selling myself instead of buying but I can't resist some.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
03:44 PM ET (US)
Sorry, Debi, I completely misread the topic. Don’t think I have any masters,
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
03:27 PM ET (US)
Nancy D, your salts are lovely but we are supposed to posting Pottery Master Salts this month. We can probably do individuals next month since I'm about out of new topics anyway.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
03:07 PM ET (US)
   Nancy D, these are so pretty.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
09:53 AM ET (US)

Four more Lily pots
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
09:49 AM ET (US)

Seven Chinese lily pots, all in a row.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
09:47 AM ET (US)

Another angle of #76, Chinese pots.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-09-2020
09:46 AM ET (US)

Chinese pots
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-08-2020
08:49 PM ET (US)
  Oohhhh, Nancy D......I'd love those full of snails and garlic butter.
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Nancy Dietel
01-08-2020
04:13 PM ET (US)

Snail shaped salts
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
10:12 PM ET (US)
   Nancy V Those faces are great. Love the lady. So my saki cups are immortals. Nice.
   Debi, Your Daulton are gorgious. Daulton are so unique.
Edited 01-07-2020 10:26 PM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:32 PM ET (US)

Royal Doulton cherub salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:31 PM ET (US)

Royal Doulton Shakespeare salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:30 PM ET (US)

Doulton pair
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:29 PM ET (US)

Royal Doulton
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:28 PM ET (US)

Not Doulton, but I don't know who made it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:26 PM ET (US)

Very thick heavy pottery
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
09:25 PM ET (US)

English master
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
01:48 PM ET (US)

Nancy D, I think your face salts/saki cups are devils, not the same as the Immortals.

Here are the five saki cups I have. I declare them in my salt collection, keep them on stands to show the faces in a wall cabinet. The two at lower right are the same character, one from a smaller sized group.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2020
01:28 PM ET (US)
Debi, I may be remembering the trencher salt at #30. So many have passed through my hands. Of course I got a firm grip on some and haven't let go yet.

I'm loving this topic too. Nancy D has some lovely ones. I'd love the pair of trencher salts, damage or no.

I have some oldies of the saki cup faces. My sister found a complete set of the Immortals, 7 or 8, I;ve forgotten which. She had a framer mount them all together, and they made a great wall display.I have only 5 and two are duplicates of the same face from two different sets. I particularly like the only woman in the group. I'll see if I have a photo to post.
Edited 01-07-2020 01:39 PM
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-06-2020
11:15 AM ET (US)
Debi, #60 is small size swan, not master.
Edited 01-06-2020 11:15 AM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-06-2020
05:52 AM ET (US)
Is #60 a master size swan? I've never seen a large one.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
05:40 PM ET (US)

A colorful swan
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
05:38 PM ET (US)

Another blue & white salt
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
04:53 PM ET (US)

And a lovely English salt, (sort of) Wedgwood
Edited 01-05-2020 05:35 PM
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
04:50 PM ET (US)

Time for some beautiful swans from France.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
04:43 PM ET (US)

The bottom of 3 saki cups. The horns and protruding chin form the feet.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
04:41 PM ET (US)

This is a saki cup like those in Lynda’s #49. The outside is an ogre or devil, the inside, a sweet face. When a person drinks, the one opposite him sees the ogre. A kind of joke.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
02:17 PM ET (US)
  Debi, I think it is an awesome salt.
Edited 01-05-2020 02:17 PM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-05-2020
10:36 AM ET (US)
I looked up the marks for my majolica salt and still don't know anything except maybe a location, Hanley. D B & Co could be Davenport, Banks & Co, Davenport, Beck & Co, or Dunn, Bennett & Co. I think it's from about 1875.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2020
11:38 PM ET (US)

Oh crap, master salts. I may not have any others. Hopefully these count.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2020
11:33 PM ET (US)

  Faience clown
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2020
11:28 PM ET (US)

  Staffordshire, pink Sunderland, Copper luster.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2020
12:39 PM ET (US)

   NICE pick Debi, Japanese saki cups. (This I just learned)
Edited 01-04-2020 12:40 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-04-2020
10:16 AM ET (US)
This is turning out to be a really good topic!
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
06:52 PM ET (US)

Copper Lustre
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
06:39 PM ET (US)

Another blue and white.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:29 PM ET (US)

This is the back of previous #44
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:27 PM ET (US)

This salt seems to be popular with a lot of us.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:25 PM ET (US)

This was sold to me as a child’s plate. Salt to me.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:18 PM ET (US)

This is one of my favorites. Delicate colors.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:16 PM ET (US)

This is the inside of previous salt. Both are different.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
05:15 PM ET (US)

I got these two at the same time. No marks and some damage, but the colors are lovely.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
02:02 AM ET (US)

Another Wedgwood
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:56 AM ET (US)

Wedgwood salt and pepper
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:54 AM ET (US)

Love that the design is inside and outside on this Wedgwood one.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:21 AM ET (US)

My favorite copper lustre with matching shaker.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:19 AM ET (US)

Other side has more green and a crack. One of these days I'll research the marks and find out who made it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:17 AM ET (US)

Not everything I have is blue and white. Here's a majolica type table salt. Not sure if it's actually majolica or just the way the colors are applied.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:08 AM ET (US)

Here's my new spongeware pride and joy again.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:05 AM ET (US)

Here's the top view.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-03-2020
01:04 AM ET (US)

Are you talking about this trencher style one Nancy V? I know I bought this one from you. I did see another that was not in as good condition. The design was really faded. I think it's old but not certain.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
01-02-2020
12:22 PM ET (US)
Love all these oldies, Debi, especially the Delft. I had a lovely Chinese export, maybe sold it to you.
Edited 01-02-2020 12:23 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
01-02-2020
11:09 AM ET (US)
That okay, Debi. I know you have great blue salts.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-01-2020
09:36 PM ET (US)

"Clobbered" Maling salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-01-2020
09:33 PM ET (US)

Marks on German salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-01-2020
09:31 PM ET (US)

Oval pedestal German salt
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
01-01-2020
09:29 PM ET (US)

Old Delft top view
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01-01-2020
09:28 PM ET (US)

Old Delft
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01-01-2020
09:25 PM ET (US)

Chinese export #2 top view
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01-01-2020
09:24 PM ET (US)

Chinese export #2
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01-01-2020
09:23 PM ET (US)

Chinese export #1 inside picture
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01-01-2020
09:20 PM ET (US)

Chinese export #1
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01-01-2020
09:18 PM ET (US)
Get ready to see more blue Jane.
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01-01-2020
03:22 PM ET (US)
I love them all, but especially #12. You ladies are converting me to blue!
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01-01-2020
02:07 PM ET (US)

Doulton in the material called Silicon.
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02:05 PM ET (US)

 Another Doulton in the pattern with rings and a decorative band.
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01-01-2020
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Royal Doulton pedestal, sort of in between size but large for an individual.
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01-01-2020
01:58 PM ET (US)

Old Wedgewood pottery master. I bought it in Edinburgh, Scotland. Looks like a transfer pattern.
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01-01-2020
01:54 PM ET (US)

Blue and white old Gien master.
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01-01-2020
01:53 PM ET (US)

I've always been primarily into glass salts, but I can't resist really pretty salts of any type. Here are a few pottery masters.

My only Moorcroft piece that is the right size to be a master salt, 3" or a little less in diameter.
Anemone pattern.
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12-31-2019
08:48 PM ET (US)

Majolica
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08:47 PM ET (US)

Side view
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Chinese
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Pair of Quimper
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Torquay
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Inside of the bowl.
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English Gaudy
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08:38 PM ET (US)

Pelican double.
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12-31-2019
08:36 PM ET (US)

Okay to start the month off - an Ironstone pedestal.
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12-31-2019
12:16 AM ET (US)
OK collectors, new topic. Any shape goes, but it has to be some sort of pottery or china.

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