Found a interesting ? Something made out clay.

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Okay I had some time do do a bit more searching and I've figured out what it is. Here's what your piece would have looked like intact - apparently it was a candle holder.
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Norse Pottery was an early 20th century producer of art pottery based on fanciful interpretations of designs from Viking artifacts. They were in business from 1905 to 1913. You can find more info on the company here: https://www.cityofedgerton.com/norse-pottery-co
 

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Okay I had some time do do a bit more searching and I've figured out what it is. Here's what your piece would have looked like intact - apparently it was a candle holder.
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Norse Pottery was an early 20th century producer of art pottery based on fanciful interpretations of designs from Viking artifacts. They were in business from 1905 to 1913. You can find more info on the company here: https://www.cityofedgerton.com/norse-pottery-co
 

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Thats crazy ,one of the first things I thought about after I cut the top off was that. Again thanks for your time.

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Okay I had some time do do a bit more searching and I've figured out what it is. Here's what your piece would have looked like intact - apparently it was a candle holder.
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Norse Pottery was an early 20th century producer of art pottery based on fanciful interpretations of designs from Viking artifacts. They were in business from 1905 to 1913. You can find more info on the company here: https://www.cityofedgerton.com/norse-pottery-co
Very interesting to read, this is why I like digging. I am able to find out the history of most ,but thanks to all for helping out
 

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