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Post by Raine Larcher on January 11th 2009, 5:41 pm

Form No.301? 8.5cms tall. Picked up last year. The decor is reminiscent of a tortoise shell (not when sliced up but on a living one!) while the infill decoration is similar to spider web. Brown glazed inner. Base has stamp impressed 3 0 1, FRICK and a little impressed symbol that could be B or 8. Reddy clay (not perfect has tiny chink in glaze as seen in picture but still lovely tactile little thing.

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Post by Raine Larcher on January 11th 2009, 5:44 pm

As seen in IDMP. Base has FRICK, 453 and 15 all stamp impressed. Reddy clay.

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Post by Orpheus on January 11th 2009, 7:35 pm

There is a firm called Frick Keramik AG Wettingen and this was founded in 1940. Here's phonenumber: http://www.wettingen.ch/de/gewerbe/firmenverzeichnis/?action=showunternehmen&unternehmen_id=11649
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Post by Gab on November 20th 2010, 2:12 am

marked 5 (probably the form number) 1 88 (height) 10

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another Frick http://www.ceramic-signatures.com/index.php?id_page=1966
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Post by stecci on September 6th 2016, 7:30 am

This is wrong!
It is a work of art department of the brick factory Frick.

look here:
http://www.antik-und-rar.ch/frick.html
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Post by Gab on September 6th 2016, 12:29 pm

The exact name of this company was "Dachziegelwerk Frick AG".
They produced roof tiles (Dachziegel), bricks and had a small art department for pottery. I guess that's why they used a stork (on the roof) in their triangle logo. In 1965 they relocated a part of the roof tile production to Pfungen. I guess that's very likely the time when they stopped producing pottery, at least stylewise it looks like that. Their heydays were in the 50s, post 1965 the fashion had changed and these brown pieces were no longer in demand. In 1970 they ceased to produce tiles in Frick completely, the company was renamed to "Tonwerke Keller AG" and produced nothing else anymore but bricks and structural goods.
Here the history:
http://dachziegelarchiv.ch/seite.php?kat_typ=40&sei_id=19439#grossbildview

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