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Post by MirandaM on September 19th 2017, 7:13 am

Hello dear forum members, I am not sure where I should post and if I should start a new thread for my question or not.
So. I would like to identify this pot
Green jug Plainsman-green-honey-jug

Do you think it’s worth anything, any guess how old it is? Found at my client’s property territory in Argentina (FYI it’s this villa),  trying to figure if this pottery is valuable. There are 2 pots like that and 1 smaller one; small one is slightly damaged. Thank you.
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Post by denbydump on September 19th 2017, 10:29 am

Hi miranda. I have split your post from the other one.
We need a new topic starting for each item.

We will need some more pictures to begin ID, at least
a picture of the base.
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Post by NaomiM on September 19th 2017, 12:04 pm

Until it's identified it has little or no value. If it's IDed then it's best to check completed listings on eBay or other auction houses to estimate value (we don't give valuations here). We need a photo of the base but if there's no mark then it can take years to track down the maker while we wait for another to turn up with a label or hope a member recognises it if they've got one in their collection

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