Can anyone identify these pieces please?

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Does anyone know who the green pieces are and by which pottery line?
Next to them are what i am guessing is the Homer Laughlin line of china?
Thank you!
can anyone identify these pieces please, repurposing upcycling, I love these green almost perfect finds Help me find out who is the maker please
I love these green almost perfect finds! Help me find out who is the maker please!
can anyone identify these pieces please, repurposing upcycling, These are HL but only orange is stamped Second selection I m guessing like the fiesta harlequin comparisons
These are HL but only orange is stamped. "Second selection". I'm guessing like the fiesta / harlequin comparisons?
can anyone identify these pieces please, repurposing upcycling, Only one is marked Odd
Only one is marked. Odd
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  • Bobbie B Bobbie B on Sep 03, 2013
    I am thinking the greenware is a McCoy. I could be wrong but usually McCoy has a stamp on the bottom.

  • Patty Patty on Sep 03, 2013
    Pattycakes, McCoy or Roseville, both are usually marked. Help answer this question...

  • Julie Moyna Julie Moyna on Sep 04, 2013
    thanks...there are no marks. I have been collecting since high school and am pretty good with patterns, colors but am stumped! Thanks so much!

  • Julie Moyna Julie Moyna on Sep 04, 2013
    @bobbie b and Patricia routt

  • Julie Moyna Julie Moyna on Sep 04, 2013
    Thank you for the suggestions but this doesn't answer my question because I've never seen a vase, bowl like this wide shape. Or a lamp this small...:(

  • Patty Patty on Sep 04, 2013
    Julie, that dragonfly pattern looks familiar but I just can't recall at this time. I' going to check a couple of my sources to see what I can find out.

  • Julie Moyna Julie Moyna on Sep 05, 2013
    Thank you @patricia routt. I'd really appreciate that! I had not noticed the dragonfly!!!

  • Patty Patty on Sep 06, 2013
    Julie, I think that is a Nelson/McCoy and they were not always marked. They often used butterfly's and dragonfly's on their pottery. I hope this helps you.

  • Juls Twombley Juls Twombley on Sep 07, 2013
    I agree with Patricia it looks like Nelson/McCoy to me as well - good luck!

  • Rhonda Nusom Rhonda Nusom on Sep 07, 2013
    The marking if there is one should say McCoy or maybe USA on the bottom . I have several pieces of McCoy pottery also.

  • Becky Becky on Sep 07, 2013
    Did you look on the side toward the bottom? I also agree some of the earlier McCoy Pottery wasn't marked...

  • TJ TJ on Sep 08, 2013
    I am not familiar with the Nelson/McCoy or McCoy colors except from their darker green stoneware bowls. When I first looked at the small lamp, I thought the color could possibly be RumRill. Red Wing art pottery had a green similar (its hard to tell from this pic) but the top of the lamp doesn't look correct for Red Wing. Red Wing pottery isn't as well known on the coasts so thought I would throw this info out there. good luck!

  • Julie Moyna Julie Moyna on Sep 08, 2013
    @tj I am very familiar with red wing and until the 94 earthquake i had quite a bit! Pitchers and platters. The lamp also had lines of harlequin but i can't find any lamps...thank you all!