New Lexington or Locke? Or??

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Fenndango

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Could anyone tell me the company by looking at the glaze? Unfortunately it's frost popped and I couldn't find the top. Thanks!
 

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I guess it's a U-310 No Name (USA)
 

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I'm not a porcelain expert, and even then, just going by glaze alone is not always possible. That color's typical of early Locke, New Lexington, maybe Trenton, maybe Pittsburg. But there are manufacturing qualities to look at, too... what's the pinhole like? Is this dry process or wet process? Where is the firing rest?
 

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