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  • Price: $144.00
    Antique Pottery Pitchers
    Three antique pottery pitchers for one price. = only $48/each! First is a nice looking pitcher; confident it is Bennington pottery with Rockingham glaze. It is 6.5 tall and has people and dog? pattern. No cracks; some glaze rubs and gouges on bottom rim. Next is an another antique pitcher; likely Bennington also. It is 6.75 inches tall. It has an animal handle, oak leaves and hunting dogs jumping on an animal. This one has a lot of age/wear and chippies here and there, but it displays fine on a shelf which is all you'd do with this old pottery anyway. Last is a nice brown glazed yellow ware? pitcher. Could be early Weller or Brush McCoy. It has a chunk of clay waste on lower body; and one dent in the pottery which is glazed over. These are attractive, displayable early pieces despite the flaws. Most estate sales charge $80-$120 each for these in the same or worse condition. 1/14vs
  • Price: $140.00
    Antique Pottery Assortment
    Antique Bennington or Rockingham funnel cake mold and bread tray. c:1800's. The large mold is about 4.25 tall x 9.5 wide. Sponged design; Bennington made a lot of this type of pottery. It has a small chip on upper end of the center funnel part; hard to spot because it is dark; otherwise, very nice, see pic #5 This came from a historic estate that used to be a stagecoach station in MI, later converted to an odd farmhouse. Next is a neat bread pan with a wheat design on ends and the raised words: 'Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread'. Not sure who made it, but it is an early piece. It is 12 long x 10 wide. No cracks but it has a noticeable 3/4 inch glaze miss or chip on the flat portion with one bump in glaze; and some scratching. I would venture to say this is a very rare item. It resembles the 1960's brown dinnerware in the picture, but when you see it in person, it is not that ugly stuff and it is really old! 1/14kest#+
  • Price: $450.00
    Bennington Pottery Book Flask
    Bennington Pottery Book Flask made between 1840 and 1870 with brown and tan glaze. I do not find any damage on the piece.
  • Price: $75.00
    Antique Rockingham Bowl
    Antique rockingham glazed bowl. Very small; it looks like something made by Bennington Pottery or possibly early Brush McCoy. It has a potter's initials on bottom that looks like N I or N with a slash mark. No chips or cracks. It is almost 3 inches tall x almost 5.5 wide. Very nice looking antique bowl. 10/12brcs
  • Price: $145.00
    Parian Ware Pitcher
    Antique Parian Ware pitcher. c:1800's. It has a fern and flower pattern; stands 8.5 tall x 5.5 wide at bottom. Has one small chip off bottom rim edge; see pic. 5, but no other chips or cracks. There is in incised 'v' or 'l' on bottom depending on how you look at it. This may be Bennington Pottery, or English, not sure. The Bennington book shows an almost identical pitcher, but the handle is slightly fancier on this one than the book. This came from a historical estate in Troy, MI. Price reflects the chip on bottom rim. 10/06nahaucs
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