THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY McCOY POTTERY 7-1/4 HIGH 24 CARAT GOLD OVER GREEN AND IVORY VASE FROM THE GRECIAN LINE! SHOWN IN THE 1ST HANSON McCOY BOOK ON PAGE 193. MOLD MARKED McCOY USA AND HAS A 24K GOLD MARK. NOT A HINT OF USE AND IS WITHOUT ANY NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.50.
This is an offering for a pristine Abingdon Pottery 4-3/4 high pink cornucopia vase with white floral decoration. Abingdon U.S.A. ink mark and mold marked 569. No nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this wonderful addition to your collection is $7.50.
Lovely small cream pitcher done by one of the southern folk pottery companies. Measures 2 high by about 2 1/2 in diameter - done in a green high glaze - in excellent condition. (#T1423) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Funky retro glaze on this pencil holder/ flower holder pot thrown by Celia Cole in 1982. Her classic Hello World on the bottom - the pot just makes me happy! Measures 3 1/2 high - in excellent condition. (#T1422) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Killer glaze on this bowl measuring approx. 2 1/2 high by 6 1/2 in diameter. Marked AR Cole Pottery, Sanford, North Carolina - circa 1930's. Lots of small chips around the rim - but what a great change or key holder this would make! (#T1407) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Nice small usable piece of southern folk pottery probably dating from the 1940's to 50's. Blue green speckled glaze. Measures 3 high to top of finial of the lid - use as a great mustard pot. Many small glaze nips around the top rim. (#T1406) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This pitcher is 6 high by 3 1/2 at widest diameter. Has a very nice finely done handle. Glazes are mostly reds - going to a light green and yellow near the base. Circa 1940's. In very nice condition. There's a little chip on the foot - 1/4 x 1/8 . Has an impurity in the glaze at the bottom. (#T1404) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This pitcher, which still smells like syrup inside, has a dark brown glaze dripping over the top of a tan body, with hints of greens and hues of light yellow. Measures 6 1/4 high by 3 1/2 diam at the widest portion. Small glaze miss on the middle of the body. Probably CC Cole Pottery - ca 1940's. Generally very nice condition. (#T1403) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Made by the American Encaustic Tiling Company, of Zanesville, Ohio in 1915. This round ceramic tile token measures just over 2 in diameter. It was made to commemorate the state Sunday School convention - abbreviated SS - held in Zanesville from June 22 - 24 1915. This is in very nice condition. (#AETToken) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery
Wonderful early Mimbres design on each of these 4 tiles. They each measure 6 square x about 1/2 thick - red clay base. Done in white background - raised line - with recessed glaze colors of turquoise, terra cotta and a great green. Circa 1950's or so - these were made at Desert House in Tucson, Arizona - possibly by the McKusick's of Gila Pottery. Perfect to create a tile table with - great southwestern colors. All are in excellent condition. (#1818) Key words: art tiles vintage ceramic collectible McKusick
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY HULL POTTERY OPEN ROSE PATTERN #127 DOUBLE HANDLED VASE MEASURING JUST UNDER 5 HIGH. MOLD MARKED HULL U.S.A. 127-4-3/4 . THERE IS A GLAZE DRIP COMING OFF THE RIM ON THE YELLOW ROSE SIDE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.50.
This is an offering for a pristine Trenton Potteries 9-5/8 high gloss white with gold trim and floral decoration 2-handle urn vase. Trenton ink mark on the base. The decorator's mark is R. Stuart. Flawless and is without any wear, nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this wonderful example is $9.95.
Multi glaze - hand thrown pot by Cole Pottery - done for Williamsburg as tourist ware. This is called both a pencil holder / pencil jug and a flower holder. Nice ruffled lip. Inkstamp on bottom. 4 high. Two teeny glaze flakes on lip - overall nice condition. Circa 1940's. (#NC018) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown Seagrove
Multiple glazes on this hand thrown mug / coffee cup. Nice bulbous shape - measures 4 tall - top diameter is 3 , inkstamp on bottom. Excellent condition. Vintage Cole Pottery. (#NC017) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown Seagrove
Multiple glazes on this hand thrown mug / coffee cup. This measures about 4 3/4 tall - top diameter is 2 7/8 . Shellaced bottom. Minor glaze flake on inside lip - overall nice condition. An interesting piece of vintage CC Cole Pottery. (#NC015) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown Seagrove
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A RARELY SEEN HULL POTTERY EARLY 6 HIGH MUG. EARLY HULL 'H' IN A CIRCLE AND 492 MOLD MARK. THE SCENE IS IN THE ALPS AND SHOWS 5 PEOPLE AND A DOG WITH THE TOWN AND THE MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND. NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.95.
Interesting shape on this handled serving piece - not sure what it was used for - but it looks cool! This was done by one of the Cole potteries- nice matte green glaze with brown speckling underneath. Shellacked bottom. In very nice condition. (#NC067) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This is a beautifully crafted tea set, hand thrown by Nell Cole Graves of JB Cole Pottery. It consists of a tea pot with lid, a covered sugar bowl and a creamer. Done in that wonderful mottled green glaze! Teapot measures 5 1/4 high by 4 3/4 diam, sugar bowl measures 2 7/8 high (3 1/4 high with the lid) and approx. 4 1/2 diam, and the creamer measures 3 high by 4 1/2 diam. The pitcher was two shallow flakes on the top edge - one is underneath the spout the other is on the inside rim (both are about 1/4 long). The sugar has an extremely shallow 1/4 long flake on the inside rim butting up to the handle. Typical JB Cole belt sander marks on the bottoms and nicely thinly thrown pots. Circa 1950's. (#NC066) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Made by Williamsburg Pottery - which was probably made by Cole Pottery. This is a mini left handed pitcher done in drip glazes of brown, some yellow, on a cream colored base. Ink stamp on the bottom. Nice small piece of tourist ware in excellent condition..(#NC065) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown miniature
This candleholder is done in a medium green high glaze color. Hand thrown, as is all southern folk pottery. Measures approx. 7 high - general diam 3 1/4 . The piece is crudely done - lots of glaze pops all around. Great for those nights when the electricity goes out! Probably made in the 1940;s. (#NC064) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This candleholder is done in a high glaze medium blue - one small handle at the top. The interesting thing about this particular piece is that it has an original hole in the bottom. Measures approx. 6 3/4 high - general diam 3 3/4 . In very nice condition.(#NC063) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Bulbous form on this pitcher - hand thrown - great typical characteristics of southern pottery. Measures 5 1/4 high to top of handle - widest diam is 5 1/2 . Glaze is semi matte spattered looking orange and brown. In excellent condition. (#NC062) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Great form to this hand thrown pinch bottle, done in a light pea soup green high glaze. It is 5 3/4 high and approximately 3 3/4 at its widest point - base is 3 1/2 . Stamped Monticello Pottery (with the initials JM). Monticello Pottery was James Maloney - from 1934 - 1938. There are a couple pin head size glaze indentations - otherwise in excellent condition. (#NC061) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Great Chinese Blue glaze on this North State Pottery syrup pitcher. It measures 3 3/4 high - the widest part is 2 3/4 . Third North State Mark (1939-59). There is a chip on the rim near the handle (chip measures 3/8 x 1/8 ). (#NC060) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This attractive piece of southern folk pottery is a handled pencil jug, with 5 holes. It measures 4 high by 3 1/4 diam at the widest. Double glaze Chinese blue. In very nice condition. Third mark (1939-59) (#NC059) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This is a wonderful piece of Rainbow Pottery - the form is an elixir jug (used for homemade remedies). These jugs usually came with a cup over the spout. Bulbous in form - it measures 8 to its highest point, and is 8 at its widest. This is done in rainbow sponged glazes - blues, reds, green, yellows, white. There is a chip at the top of the handle - measures 5/8 long by 1/4 wide. Rainbow Pottery was operated by AR Cole in the 1930's. (#NC056) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Great thin vase measures 5 high by 3 3/4 diam at its widest. Bands of yellow, green and gloss red - extremely attractive. Probably 1940's-50's. In excellent condition. (#NC055) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Nice and large southern folk pottery handled mug, done in a double glaze of Chinese blue - nice bright blue showing through. Measures 3 7/8 high. The cup itself (not including the handle) is 4 1/4 in diam, and with the handle about 5 1/2 . In excellent condition. (#NC054) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Nice and large southern folk pottery handled mug, done in a double glaze Chinese blue w/reduction. Measures 4 high. The cup itself (not including the handle) is about 4 high x 4 1/4 in diam.., and with the handle about 5 1/2 . There are 2 small chips on the foot. (#NC053) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Nice round shape with great split handles on this piece of southern folk pottery. Called both an apothecary jar and a medicine jar. Measures 4 5/8 high and the widest point is about 5 3/4 . Two separate bands of lines - each band has 3 lines. Two very small old chips on inside of rim, and 1 very small chip on foot. AR Cole - circa 1930's. (#NC052) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
This attractive piece of southern folk pottery is a handled pencil jug, with 5 holes. It measures 4 1/4 high by 3 1/2 diam at the widest. Top has Chinese blue glaze, the body is mustard yellow. In very nice condition - no chips or cracks. (#NC051) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage southern folk pottery hand thrown
Heavy, cylindrical vessel with sides that rise to ledge.Above ledge, shoulder slopes in to neck with plain rim. Ear-shaped handle attached at neck and shoulder. Plain base. Stoneware; exterior glazed with white Bristol slip and brown Albany slip; interior glazed with brown Albany slip. Height-12 inches. Diameter-7 inches. These vessels were used by distillers and by manufactures of cooking oil, vinegar and molasses. A straight-sided form with a sloping shoulder became common around 1850. Circa 1890-1920.
Florida State Plate with wide Green Rim decorated with Gold Floral Scroll Pattern. Displays Orange Grove, Rainbow Springs, BOK Singing Tower Lake Wales, Stephen Foster Museum, Marine Land, Hialeah Park, Miami, Key West, and more. Bright and Colorful. Mint condition.
Made in Japan in the 1960 era. Colorful with retriculated edge and Gold Accents. Displays Fishermans Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square, Golden Gate Bridge, House and Seal Rocks, Flower Stand, and a Cable Car. Mint Condition. Ready to hang.
Stockton Art Pottery Standard Glaze Ruffled Jardiniere
This is an offering for a rarely seen Stockton Art Pottery ruffle rim with gold decoration jardiniere! This fine example measures 8-3/8 wide at the rim and 5-3/4 high. The is a gold decoration band along with rim with sprayed gold on the inside and outside of the ruffles and has a gold floral pattern decorated around the body. There is no mark on this example, there may be the die mark under the heavy glaze of the base. The last picture shown is for comparison of another Stockton piece I have that does have the die mark. There is a tightly drilled drain hole on the base and a 1/8 nick on the rim. Shipping for this wonderful addition to your collection is $9.95.
This is an offering for a rarely seen Stockton Art Pottery double handled vase! This fine example measures 7-1/4 wide to the outside of the handles and is 5 high. There is no mark on this example, as is the case with another piece of well documented Stockton I have that is only marked on the dry foot 'Stockton' with the date of manufacture in 1895 in pencil! Not a hint of use and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this wonderful addition to your collection is $8.95.
Nice piece of hand thrown southern pottery - measuring about 12 1/2 tall - by about 4 1/2 at the widest - 2 handles. Very similar to Naples yellow glaze with overdrips in a deeper, darker gold. Unmarked - could be C C Cole Pottery - circa 1940's-50's. One very minor glaze chip on the foot - less than 1/8 . (#T-NC013) Keywords: north carolina south ceramic vintage
This is an unusual figural mug of the bearded man. He has a neat face that raised in the pottery. Perfect mint condition. It is marked 1976 DUNCAN CERAMIC PROD INC. Measures 3,5 inches H, 3,5 inches D.
Beautiful Peach Lusterware Porcelain Saucer Set with Hand Painted Floral Design. Look like some sort of blossom with white flowers and black stems. Excellent condition. Price is for the set of 6 saucers.
Mid to late 1900s crockery, unmarked, about 8 tall, 6 diameter, loks like this was for water perhaps, bulbous shape, round hole near bottom, cream colored, cobalt blue stripes, great decorative piece, natural hand made imperfections, no apparant damage or repair.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A GORGEOUS CLIFTWOOD POTTERY 8-3/4 HIGH GLOSS BLACK EWER! PARTIAL STICKER ON BASE AS SEEN. NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.50.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A VERY RARELY SEEN STOCKTON ART POTTERY JARDINIERE MEASURING 7 HIGH AND 9 WIDE AT THE RIM. THE BODY HAS 8 CONCAVE INDENTATIONS, A BEAD DESIGN AROUND THE NECK, AND A RUFFLED RIM. THE GLAZE IS LIGHT AND DARK BROWNS WITH MOTTLED GREENS. ROUND STOCKTON CALIFORNIA DIE MARK. THE ONLY SIGN OF BEING OVER 100 YEARS OLD IS ON THE NECK'S INTERIOR WHERE THERE IS SOME WEAR TO THE GLAZE, AS YOU WOULD FIND IN A MIXING BOWL. VERY LIGHT GLAZE CRAZING AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL PIECE OF CALIFORNIA HISTORY IS $20.00.
Attractive southern folk pottery hand thrown vase - in drip glazes of bright yellow, burgundy and green. Ruffled edge at the top. Measures 4 high - unmarked - CC Cole Pottery ??. Probably circa 1940's. In excellent condition. (#T1347) Key words: North South Carolina ceramic
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A HARD TO FIND PFALTZGRAFF ART POTTERY MATTE GREEN BARREL SHAPED PITCHER. MEASURES 6-7/8 TO THE TOP OF THE SPOUT. 217 ETCHED MARK ON THE BASE. SHOWN IN THE 1935 PFALTZGRAFF CATALOG ON PAGE 2 AS SHAPE #217. NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION! SHIPPING FOR THIS ITEM IS $9.95.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A PRISTINE EARLY NILOAK POTTERY 4-3/4 LONG MATTE BROWN SWAN PLANTER! NILOAK MOLD MARK. SHOWN IN THE 1ST GIFFORD BOOK ON PAGE 187 AND THE GLAZE IS SHOWN ON PAGE 177. NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $6.95.
Vintage CERAMIC FASHIONS by O.P.CO. Poodle Planter. 5 1/2 tall, 6 1/2 wide and 2 3/4 deep. This extremely colorful and beautifully designed Poodle Planter will easily become a prize addition to any vintage collection - just look at those magnificent eyes! The 2/1/2 by 1 opening for your favorite house plant is located directly behind the cute little poodle. It is in great vintage condition--the only marks are under-the-glaze, done in factory. It is marked Ceramic Fashions by O.P.CO.
This commemorative tile paperweight was made for the Stoner Tile Company, in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. They have been in business since 1915. It measures 2 5/8 in diameter by 1/2 thick. One tiny chip on the underside - generally very nice condition. Keywords: art tiles ceramic pottery advertising advertise vintage collectible
Made to commemorate the University Outing Club at Rutgers University, in New Jersey. This round unglazed terra cotta tile measures 5 1/4 in diameter. The words and figure are molded in nice relief. Also says founded in 1931 , and depicts a man carrying a back pack and using a walking stick, with trees and rolling hills in the background. Age and maker are unknown- extremely well executed. The back is slightly curved. In excellent condition. (#T-1632) Keywords: tiles antique vintage collectible ceramic pottery
This hand thrown piece of southern folk pottery stands 6 ½ high. Measures 6 ¼ at its widest - base measures 4 ½ in diam. Glaze is a combo of drips in dark green, light browns, some yellowish undertones - great look, hard to describe. This has 16 holes and double handles. Chip on the rim, tiny fleabites here and there - generally nice condition. This is probably considered a flower holder at this size - but smaller versions were also designed to hold pencils. Probably circa 1940's. (#NC011) Key words: North Carolina southern folk pottery hand thrown ceramic
Cute pink and gray acorn shaped covered dish. 7 long, 4-1/4 wide and 3 tall. Signed USA on bottom. Free of damage. 1950-60s. According to a nice person who emailed us this is a product of Michael M. Carmichael of Tyler, TX.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A RARELY SEEN HULL POTTERY EARLY 7-1/8 HIGH PRETZEL JAR WITHOUT A LID. EARLY HULL 'H' IN A CIRCLE MOLD MARK. THE SCENE IS IN THE ALPS AND SHOWS 5 PEOPLE AND A DOG WITH THE TOWN AND THE MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND. THERE IS CRAZIN ON AND NEAR THE INTERIOR BOTTOM. THERE IS ONLY A SMALL NICK ON THE BISQUE RIM THAT MAY OR MAY NOT BE A FACTORY PRODUCTION FLAW. NO OTHER NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $10.00.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A RARELY SEEN HULL POTTERY EARLY SET OF FOUR 6 HIGH MUGS AND A 9-3/8 HIGH TANKARD. EARLY HULL 'H' IN A CIRCLE AND 492 MOLD MARKS. THE SCENE IS IN THE ALPS AND SHOWS 5 PEOPLE AND A DOG WITH THE TOWN AND THE MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND. THE MUGS MAY ONLY HAVE PRODUCTION FLAWS AND WITH THE TANKARD HAVE NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $15.00.
Beautiful blue & brown artist handmade bulbous pottery vase. Signed W. Handarbeit on the bottom. 5-1/2 inches tall and 5-1/2 inches in diameter. Folded rim. Has slight glaze problem on one place 1980s. Free of damage.
Lovely Mid Century American Art Pottery Nouveau Style
Small bulbous shaped vase, unsigned, textured finish, art nouveau inspired floral design, apprx 4 tall and 3 3/4 square at its widest point. Unusual, lovely, superb condition. No damage or repair or hairlines or cracks.
Vintage Retro Signed Deserama Tuscon Modernist Bowl
Very unusual, from my personal colelction for over 20 years, rich mauve purple color, asymetrical design, apprx. 11 by 10 , unique hollowed out construction, prob. 1950s California American art pottery. Art nouveau inspired design, superb condition, no damage or repair.
Set of Victorian Sugar and Condiment Jars decorated with Pink Peonies. Both have lids and handles. The Peonies have a raised white dot decoration in the centers with some gold decorated accents. Both have a shiny glaze. Usable.
Contemporary Pottery Chip Seafood Platter Set. Contemporary Pottery also known as the Gourmet Potter, was founded in 1990 by Corrie and Patrick Tutt, this couple has over twenty years of experience in the pottery business. Each piece is hand thrown, Oven Proof, Dishwasher and Microwave safe and extremely durable. This set has a neat tropical patter and contains the platter and Dip Chipper/Warmer or Cooler, it can be used either hot or cold, ice can be placed in the bottom of chip dish or it can be heated. This set retails for $72 new on the Contemporary website, the platter is 14 1/2 inches across, the chip dish is 4 3/5 inches tall and about 7 inches across. It is in excellent condition, no chips, does not look like it has been used. It would be perfect for your next party!
Unusual Retro Coffee mug or coffee cup set (4). Moss Green on the inside, off white on the outside with green and teal design on the front. Look like something from Canonsberg, Franciscan or any one of the California potteries. Check out the other great ceramic coffee cups at Rusty Springs. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Set of 6 Blue Summer Impressions Coffee Cups or Coffee Mugs. Made by Corning for Pyrex. Also seen described as blueberry. Check out the other fine corningware and pyrex items at Rusty Springs. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
J and G Meakin Renaissance Dinner Plate. Off white with scalloped edges. The rim is decorated olive green leaf and flower border. Has the J & G Meakin Backstamp reads English Ironstone Sterling, Renaissance. Genuine hand engraving, permanent colours. J and G Meakin, England. Check out the matching creamer at Rusty Springs. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Unsual Figural Victorian Style Shoe probably manufactured between 1940-1950. The overall color is White but it is an Irridescent Lusterware displaying all the colors of the Rainbow. The Detail on the Slipper is also fabulous, not your ordinary design. Perfect Mint Condition.
Vintage Tulip Pattern Large Serving or Salad Bowl. This bowl is 9 1/4 inches across and about 3 inches deep, unmarked as to who made it. It is in good condition, no chips, pattern does show some wear, it would be a terrific addition to your collection or pretty to use for everyday use!
Vintage Modernist Retro 50s Sequoia Ware Planter Pot
You are looking at a fun little planter that appears to date back to the 1950s. The 7 1/2 by 3 1/2 container boasts sleek retro styling and a lovely rust and white speckled glaze. The glaze is also on the inside of the piece. On the side is the original figural tree shaped sticker in black and gold marked Sequoia Ware , and on the bottom is USA 2003 incised into the base. The wonderful wavy lines make this a piece that would be as home in an art deco or Mission and arts and crafts styled furnished home as it would be with retro and pop items. It's in excellent shape and free of damage or repair. The textures of the finish and the glaze are of great depth, so bid now on this special piece of American Art Pottery!
Excellent 1940s or 50s vintage LuRay creamer in a greenish yellow pale pastel color. Measures nearly 3 high and about 6 at its widest point. Creamer is from the estate of its original owner and is free of damage or repair. It's marked on the bottom as follows: T.S.&T. Lu-RAY PASTELS U.S.A. 10 45 With great retro lines, this would compliment any collection of art deco or American art pottery!
Set of 6 plus 1 Homer Laughlin Floral Dinner Plates. There are 6 of the same pattern and one that is from another pattern. Price is for all 7 plates. These pretty old dishes have had some hard use. They are still functional and could be used in a shabby chic dinner setting or as mosaic artwork pieces. I've seen old plates used for flower bed borders too. The pattern is worn around the edge and there are some chips and cracks (see additional photos). I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Still with its orignal hand written $1.50 price on the bottom, this 6 1/2 lady headvase dates back to the 1950s or 60s. I believe she is supposed to be Betty Grable or Lana Turner...not sure but she is a classic. Cold painted, musch of her lipstick and most of her eyebrows and eyeliner have rubbed off. Also, her flower on her dress and the dress piping has also rubbed off a bit. Finally, though not chipped or repaired, she does have a stress or age crack that is very faintly defined under her mouth and around her neck towards the back. She is not mint, but this is yet another desireable and sought after style of head vase. She is yelow in person, not beige as the pictures may look. Demure and lovely, this piece is sure to make a nice addition to the most advanced of collections!
This is a lovely vintage mixing or fruit bowl I purchased out of an estate in West Virginia over 15 years ago. It is about 9 1/2 in diameter and a little over 3 deep, and though I am unsure, I'd estimate it to date to the 1920s to 30s. The bowl has a splendid design on off white porcelain with an airbrushed green border and a delightful floral bouquet in the center in soft hues of orange, pink, purple, blue, and green. A Victorian inspired raised relief design adorns the sides, and the bottomis stamped by the maker in gold Salem U.S.A. . The bowl is in excellent condition overall with only a faint hairline on one side that is not detracting or noticeable in my opinion. This would be a great display piece to add color and charm to any decor!
Nice vintage signed McCoy bowl. measures about 6 3/8 in diameter and 2 high. Unsure about its age. Excellent condition! No damage or repair. Nice milk chocolate rustic glaze. Perfect for a country kitchen; great compliment to primitive antiques. No Reserve!
Adorable Early Antique Baby Dish W Little Chick N Worm
I call this little baby dish Early Bird Gets the Worm . Dating to the early 1900s, probably 1920s or 30s, this nice heavy American Art Pottery feeding bowl measures about 7 in diameter and 1 3/8 tall/ It is old and has been lovingly used, no maker's mark on the bottom. The dish is shaped like the early Roseville juvenile ware pieces that are so rare and sought after, and it is probably about the same age. It's white with a thin blue pinstripe around the lip and a decal of a baby chick in a pastoral setting in the center. The little chicken is looking at the ground at a little worm. Behind the bird are little purple flowers that look like violets. The little bowl or plate has a hairline, as shown in the pictures, on the lip, plus some little nicks around the edge and on the bottom. The bottom of the bowl show scratches where some little tyke certainly enjoyed his or her cereal. Despite this, the decal is still amazingly intact and truly endearing. Sold in AS FOUND condition, this is a warm and lovely collectible antique piece that wouold be great as part of a collection of baby feeding bowls and American Art pottery from the depression era.
50s Eames Era Retro California Original Pottery Ashtray
Just in from my private collection exclusively to the internet comes this lovely Eames era ashtray. Dating back to fabulous 1950s, this retro piece measures an impressive 12 by 8 . The ashtray is a lovely free form design in black ceramic with speckled gold on the edges. The bottom is decorated with a leaf like design imprinted into the pottery, and the piece is marked as follows: U.S.A. Calif. Orig. 824 In excellent condition, the retro ashtray is free from damage or repair and is in absolutely pristine condition. This is the perfect accessory for your Haywood Wakefield or Eames deco!