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Italian ceramics are still one of the most profound pieces ever made in today’s ceramic industry. The difference in texture, craftsmanship and detail are a natural brush of real art.

Several artists and dozen artefacts later, I stumbled on a very unique collection. After some research and visiting San Marino, the hunt for more information is a quest.

With the presentation of my collection I hope to find more details and answers towards my quest.

Published on February 21, 2007 at 4:23 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. I found a ceramic mug that has REP.S.MARINO on the front and the bottom is signed but I can make out the 3 first 3 letters?The last three letters are RTAS and there is a symbol also that looks like three coat hangers> The bottom also stamped with REP.S.MARINO. Do you have any idea of the artist name and maybe the year?
    Thanks
    Lynda

  2. Hi,
    I have 2 wall plaques like the ones you have displayed. Unfortunately, niether one is marked on the back. One of them has the name “Cody” etched on the lower left hand side of the front of the design….at least I think that is what is reads. May I send you photographs? I am curious if the name of the artist can be identified. Thanks, Alice

  3. Hi, I have come across a set of four ashtrays. There are 4 ashtrays and one holder. The holder is stamped Ceramica Rep. San Marino Titano Italy. Any info on them? I can sen photos. The lady i bought them from said she had bought them in the 50’s when she was touring Europe. That’s all the info i have. Thanks Wendy


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