Picked up a very pretty porcelain pitcher this morning at a garage sale. It has some wear around the edges and normal porcelain crackling, but otherwise in very nice shape with no chips or cracks.
There is a hallmark on the bottom which I’ve figured out is from the Ohio China Company (East Palestine, OH) which was in business around 1890-1912). The hallmark says O.C.C.O over “LimogeS Porcelain” which you can see a clearer version of here. According tothis page (way down, search for “Ohio China”), this hallmark was used in the early 1900s, so I guess it was probably made between 1900-1912.
Anybody know enough about this stuff to tell me if this is worth anything? Was this a good find? Besides what I’ve found out about its history, I can’t figure out anything about its value.
I only paid $4 for it, so if it’s worthless I won’t be out anything.