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E B Zell

Posted by blueheron (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 4, 11 at 13:51

Has anybody heard of this china maker? I bought some box lots at an auction and a vegetable dish was included and on the back was "E B Zell 1924." I googled the name but nothing came up that was relevant. Sorry, I don't have the capability to post pics.

Also included were 11 plates of W H Grindley Teresa pattern, 6 Limoges Haviland dessert plates (excellent condition), some Villeroy and Bosch pieces and Adams Ironstone (this is my pattern and I was able to get assorted pieces.) All for $5!

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RE: E B Zell

There were German potters named Zell. Impossible to tell what you have without a picture.
Sounds like you made quite a good haul for $5.
Linda C

RE: E B Zell

Thanks, Linda. I googled Zell Pottery and got some hits, but none of the pottery looks like my bowl. I guess I'll try to sell it on Ebay. It looks like the Art Deco style to me.

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