Dane St. Beach, Beverly,Ma 2/16/18

by Pamela
(Peabody, ma)

Strange object. Feels like pottery, and has deep red glaze like paint on it.

Can't imagine what it is...or was.

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Mar 02, 2018
Akro Agate Company
by: Jefferson

Actually, the Akro Agate Company was formed in 1910 in Akron, Ohio. It was moved to Clarksburg, West Virginia, in 1914, where it remained until its bankruptcy in 1951.

See Akro agate

Mar 01, 2018
Thanks Maria!
by: Pam

Wow, that is very interesting. Thank you!

Mar 01, 2018
large vintage red and white marble
by: Maria

there were marbles made that were called oxblood and they were swirls of bright red glass and milk glass. I think a German manufacturer used glass with ceramic and agate. Sometimes called arko agate. In history though you can find they were used as drawer pulls and lamp top finials too

Feb 18, 2018
Whoa, very strange
by: David

Somebody has got to be able to identify this, it is so unique!

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