Large vintage satin white Abingdon console vase. c:1940's. Heavy-duty vase; no chips or cracks. Has blue square Abingdon USA and incised #532 on bottom. It is 14.25 long x 5.5 wide x a bit over 3.5 tall. Very nice vintage vase. No chisp or cracks; some rust residue on bottom rim which is not visible with vase upright. Great to set in the powder room on the back of the commode with pot pourri in it; or on a breakfront with a flower arrangement; or as shown! 12/11inest#
Very nice size vintage Abingdon Pottery vases. Both are identical; price is for one. They are 7 inches tall. Blue Abingdon inkstamp on bottom w/incised number #515 on bottoms. No chips or cracks. The color is a dusty rose with white interior. A great pair for each end of a nightstand, mantle or breakfront; just add flowers! 3/11estcs
Vintage Abington Pottery Pink Art Deco Vase. Abingdon pottery was originally sold in gift shops and was in business from 1934 to 1950. This piece has a layered type pattern, has a nice modern art deco style to it. It is 6 1/4 inches tall by 6 1/4 inches long and 3 inches wide, in excellent condition, no chips and no water lines, marked on the bottom with Abington U.S.A, and an incised 698. Great piece to add to your collection or home decor.
Two cool vintage Abingdon planters for one price. They just kind of went together! Both are an aqua color. First the star shaped planter marked: #463 Abingdon USA on bottom. No chips or cracks. It is 7.5 tall x 7.25 wide. Next is the dish planter marked: Abingdon USA. It has no chips or cracks and is 10 x 7.25 x 2.25 tall. 8/10gscstr
Blue Abingdon Pottery Co. Vase. c:1934-1939. Nice, no chips or cracks. It is 6 tall x 5.75 long x 4.5 deep. Blue stamp mark: Abingdon USA, incised #312. Shown on pg. 68 of book by J. Paradis. Abingdon is one of the nicest Am. potteries because it is very durable and doesn't seem to craze; it looks as good as the day it was made! 2/10esa#2932
Pretty ceramic vase made by Abingdon Pottery likely in the 1950's. Only some of the letters in the manufacturer's name appear stamped on the underside base (part of the n and g and most of the don ) along with U.S.A. , but we believe this is who made this piece based on others we've seen in the past. Very nice turquoise color with two small handles at the waist on either side of the vase in curved leaf shapes. The bottom of the vase is bulbous, elegantly extending upwards to a flared circular top rim. This old vase stands 7 inches tall, about 3 5/8 inches greatest width and 3 1/4 inches depth, with a smaller cinched in round base having a diameter of about 2 3/8 inches. This piece is ceramic or pottery and not porcelain (it is not translucent). We've provided 6 images to show varied views along with close-ups of the manufacturer marking. Please note that the white hot spots are reflections from the camera lighting on the high gloss surface. Also, the all-over turqouise color is richer and a bit greener/truer turquoise color in person than appears in the images due to the camera lighting effect (the camera makes the vase seem a bit more just light blue in color). Wonderful overall condition with no chips, cracks or crazing but not mint. There is nothing major to worry about here but the vase has minor use/age/manufacturing flaws as would be expected. There are pin/pit dots in the ceramic, dark pin dots in the pottery, a few light surface scratches with at least one creating a tiny tiny white pin dot (nothing bad), a few small stain/wear spots (nothing bad, we see 2 of these below the cinched in area at the bottom and one on the upper interior of the vase), a tiny impressed curved line mark along the lower base edge that looks made in manufacture to us, some impressed lines and wear on the underside base on which the piece sits. But you have to look very closely like we do to notice these things; most would just see the nifty shape and color. A neat vintage piece to use or put on display as part of an Abingdon Pottery collection or a colorful room addition.
Planter, Abingdon, Ribbon-Bow, Mold #462, circa 1939-1950. This beautiful depression-era pink ribbon planter by Abingdon is 4 1/4 tall, 7 1/4 long and 2 5/8 wide. It is a lovely pink color and both sides of the planter are embossed with the ribbon-bow. Abingdon pottery artware is made from a very high quality of clay that is heavy, dense, white, vitreous, and finished with great attention to quality and detail. The Haeger Co. later used Abingdon's molds because of this. This piece is in excellent condition. It has the large rectangular Abingdon stamp and the number #462 engraved on the bottom.
Abingdon Sage Green Art Deco Barre Design Vase C1940
Abingdon made this beautiful deco vase. From its scalloped top, embossed design and fancy double handles this vase is just exquisite! It stands almost 9 tall and 6 wide from handle to handle. It is in as close to unused mint condition as I have ever found. Looking at it you can't believe that its over 60 years old.
3 Piece Abingdon Console Bowl W Matching Candlesticks
Made by Abingdon this wonderful console set consists of a large bowl and matching pair of candlesticks. The color is Peach in the matt finish. The bowl measures about 15 wide, 6 across and 3¾ tall. It has great curled handles with a leaf pattern inside and is numbered 532. Each of the candlesticks is about 6 wide, 3 deep and 4½ tall. Both the bowl and candlesticks are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks. The crack seen in the photo on one of the candlesticks is a firing crack and is not a defect; I've shown it for accuracy. The set is Peach or very pale pink. The photos are not accurate, I couldn't get them any better.
Made by Abingdon this wonderful console set consists of a large bowl and matching pair of candlesticks. The color is cream or ivory in the gloss or ice finish. The bowl measures about 15 wide, 10 across and 2½ tall. Each of the candlesticks is about 6 wide, 3 deep and 4½ tall. The bowl and one of the candlesticks is in excellent condition, the other candlestick is in good condition but does have a hairline that I've tried to show in the photos. It doesn't detract from this beautiful set.
Abingdon Pottery No 564 Peach Centerpiece Console Bowl
Mid 20th Century scalloped bowl in a peachy pink matt glaze. American Made in the U.S.A. by Abingdon Pottery 1942 thru 1950. Measures 10 7/8 inches long X 7 inches wide X 2 1/2 inches high. No chips, cracks, scratches, stains. Looks just like New. Ink stamped on bottom: Abingdon U.S.A. inside Rectangle. Incised 564 with the 4 very difficult to read. Beautiful decorative console piece for any special occasion. Price is for one.
Large vintage Abingdon Pottery dish garden. c:1934-1950. Very unique bulb bowl/dish garden shown in the book; features transferware roses and gold trim. No chips or cracks; some wear off gold, and some minimal scratching near interior bottom, probably had a flower arrangement in it at one time. Blue inkstamp mark: Abingdon USA, incised mold no. #518. It is a great old vase, very heavy, and can be used for a variety of things, e.g., indoor bulbs, flower arrangements, pot pourri, centerpiece vase, etc. It is almost 11 across from rim to rim, or 12 inches from end to end x 2.5 tall. Not much Abingdon Pottery around either.
Vintage Art Deco Abingdon Vase Peach #513 Near Mint
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old Abingdon vase. Very art deco looking. Done in a peach satin finish. It has a Greek sort of look to it. Marked number 513. It is in near mint condition. Stands just shy of 9 tall by 9 1/4 wide. What a lovely addition to an Abingdon collection!
1940s Salmon (soft peach) with raised relief ship on front and back. Sides remind me of Nautical twisted rope. Nice Sea Decor or addition to a American Art Pottery collection. Measures 7 inches high X 6 5/8 inches X 3 inches. No chips, cracks, scratches, crazing, water or soil marks. Looks never used.
Planter/Vase, Abingdon, Double Cornucopia, Mold #482, circa 1939-1950. This beautiful depression-era cornucopia double vase by Abingdon is 11 by 4 and 5 1/8 tall. It is a lovely pink color and the interior of the two openings is embossed with the same ridges that are on the outside. Abingdon pottery artware is made from a very high quality of clay that is heavy, dense, white, vitreous, and finished with great attention to quality and detail. The Haeger Co. later used Abingdon's molds because of this. This piece is in excellent condition. It has the large rectangular Abingdon stamp.
Two matched vintage Abingdon Pottery mantel vases. c:1941-1946. Both vases for one price = $60/each! Gorgeous, unique Abingdon Pottery gilded vases with transferware figurines in the center. No chips or cracks; just some wear off the gold on the exterior part of handles. They stand 8 tall x 3.75 wide at top rim. Bottoms have USA in blue inkstamp in a rectangle, and incised number #535. These vases are shown in the book on pg. 101 in the solid color, not decorated. Great if you have traditional or Victorian style furnishings! Put them on each end of a mantle, vanity, breakfront, etc.! The book on Abi. pottery shows some decorated vases, but none have as much gold on them as this pair.
Vase, Abingdon, Ship on Ocean #494, 1940-1946. This lovely pink handpainted vase is 7 tall and 6 1/2 wide. Done by Decorators of the Abingdon Art Pottery, all the hand painting on its artware was of very high quality. An extraordinary amount of attention and skill was used to cast and finish the pieces. This is why antique dealers and collectors are so impressed by the quality of the artware. This vase is in very good condition with the Abingdon mark and the No.494 on the bottom, plus an Abingdon label.
Attractive Abingdon Pottery ribbon vase. c.1939-50. It has the blue Abingdon USA backstamp and incised #462 number on bottom. It is shown in the book on pg. 87 and is called a ribbon vase. No chips or cracks and is 7.5 wide x 4 tall. It is an aqua-green color; and is a very heavy and well-made vase, and will fit on a windowsill.
Tall vintage Abingdon Pottery vase. c.1940-1946. 10 tall x 6.5 wide. It has the Abingdon USA blue inkstamp on the bottom and incised number #118. It has one flaw, a surface chip near bottom rim pic #4. Turn it the other way and you'll never notice it. Or, dab some matching paint over it. The pottery they sell at design centers is over $200 per item and has fake crazing and chips to make it look vintage. Go figure! The chip can be repaired at a pottery shop if you must have perfection.
Vintage matte aqua Abingdon Pottery window box planter. c.1938-1950. Very nice, marked with the Abingdon USA blue ink stamp and an incised number #437 on the bottom. No chips or cracks and is 10 long x 3 high x 3.75 wide. It does have some crazing, but that just adds to its charm. Not arts & crafts, but will work in that style room if you can't afford the Fulper, Marblehead, Teco, etc.
Vintage Abingdon Pottery scalloped low vase. c.1942-1950. Very heavy matte dusty rose color. This style vase looks great with a vintage flower frog in it! Abingdon USA blue stamp on the bottom and an incised mark #564 on the bottom; shown on pg. 106 of the 1997 book by J. Paradis. This vase is 11 long x 2.75 high and in good condition, no chips or cracks, just some small faint smudgy marks on the interior. Most vintage matte pottery has these grey marks on them. This vase would look beautiful on a small table or breakfront as a centerpiece with silk flowers in it, or in a powder room with pretty soaps or pot pourri in it.
Shell Bowl, Abingdon, circa 1940-48, #533. This beautiful Shell Bowl by Abingdon is 11 1/4 long and 8 wide. It is a lovely sea-green color and the interior of the bowl is embossed with shell-like veins. It is in excellent condition. The piece is marked Abingdon U.S.A.