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Originally the handles were applied by hand, so the inside would be smoothed down by hand (you'll notice variation in this spot on the old pitchers from different potters techniques).
After reintroduction the handle was attatched differently and there is now a manufactured "dimple" on the inside body.
Markings alone are not a good way to differentiate the two lines.
There are some marks which were used in the old line only, some are found in the new line only and some are in BOTH.
Below are three cases where telling the age of Fiesta can be automatic based on its marking. There are at least four types of new backstamps but basically only one type of old backstamp.
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An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.
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