This is a cute little Gonder Pottery vase manufactured in Zanesville, Ohio, from 1941-1957. It is pink, with a very small amount of light green mixed into the pink. It is in very good, used condition. Take a look at the pictures. It is approx. 7 inches tall X 5 inches wide. If you have any questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen *** I am reducing the price of this item to $15.00. E-mail me before you pay that this item is marked down and I will edit your invoice.
Oval Lidded Trinket Box, Vintage GDR (German Democratic Republic). This rare, lovely and very delicate oval trinket dish is 4 3/4 long and 3 1/2 wide. It was made in the German Democratic Republic. It is beautifully designed with lovely roses. The main colors are pink, golden yellow and blue. The golden yellow, blue and purple roses and flowers are on the four sides of the dish. It is also embossed all around in white porcelain, and the feet and edge of the lid are trimmed in gold. This is a fine addition to any collection or as a starter of lovely collectibles for anyone. The piece is in excellent condition with the Crown GDR 1877 mark.
Featured for your enjoyment is a marvelous Gonder vase! This has on each side a flower on the bottom. The top resembles fern leaves...so my kids say...to me they are the flowers leaves. Done in shades of purple. The inside has the blue and pink used to create the outer color. It has one chip inside the rim near the corner of the short leaves as shown. This is almost invisible from the side or top. It stands 9 tall by 7 1/2 wide. What a looker for the Gonder collector!
Featured for your enjoyment is a simply odd Gonder creation. This vase is a large flower but...well you can see! it is numbered E-3 Gonder USA. In near mint condition. Stands 7 1/2 tall by 4 1/2 across the front.
Vintage Gonder Pottery vase. c.1941-1957. Gonder was only in business from the time period referenced above in Zanesville, Ohio; thus there is not a lot of it around! This vase has a blended glaze of pink and blue. It has incised Gonder E-48 mark on bottom and stands about 6.25 inches tall. No chips or cracks. Very collectible item!