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Identifying A Ceramic Pot?

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A decorated ceramic pot.I found this cute pot in a local thrift store but cannot identify what it might be. It is painted green on inside. The bottom is brown/black, no identifying marks, just a leftover tag from a previous sale. It appears to have a lot of etching and precise painting. Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge!

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A decorated ceramic pot.
 
The top of a decorated ceramic pot.
 
The bottom of a decorated ceramic pot.
 

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July 7, 20210 found this helpful

It is very pretty. However, without identifying markings it is going to be
difficult, if not impossible, to identify.

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July 7, 20210 found this helpful

Nice find.
As Judy said, it will be difficult to provide very much information if no markings can be found.
Many companies produce similar vases by the thousands and market them all over the world so I believe it will probably only be 'special' to you.

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However, if you would like more detailed information you could try posting pictures on Reddit as these members usually provide very detailed answers. Anyone trying to research your vase would need to know more specifics; such as measurements and material.
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Hopefully, other members will be able to provide more information.

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Bronze Post Medal for 2021. 31 Posts
July 9, 20210 found this helpful

It reminds me of Navajo pottery.
Traditional Navajo pottery usually has little or no design. Some pieces are decorated with appliques or designs etched or incised into the pottery. Melted pinon pitch is normally applied, giving it a glossy finish and making the pottery waterproof. Random gray and black markings on the pottery pieces are called fire clouds caused by direct contact with burning fuel during firing.

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In traditional Navajo pottery, authenticity can usually be determined by the presence of the pitch glaze. Today's Navajo pottery is not confined to traditional methods and styles, and the craft is experiencing new and creative adaptations. But mostly Navajo pottery has signatures.

In the absence of a signature or maker's mark, this is most likely a Handcrafted Etched Southwestern Style Rotund Pot Vase.

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