Set Of 4 Fiesta Ware Yellow Coffee Cups-excellent Condition-new
Great contempory Set of 4 (Four) coffee cups / mugs in EXCELLENT, UNUSED CONDITION. Pretty soft creamy butter yellow coloring Measuring 3-1/4 inches in diameter at the top, handle to rim 4-1/2 inches long, 2-3/4 inches high. Marking on the base: HOMER LAUGHLIN CHINA CO. GENUINE FIESTA U.S.A. L L C LEAD FREE . Thanks for stopping by to visit here at Dogwood Trail Antiques. We appreciate your kind patronage. Stop by often for we list items daily. **WE GLADLY COMBINE ORDERS FOR ADDED SHIPPING SAVINGS.** **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE!!** **REASONABLE OFFERS ENTERTAINED ON ANY OF OUR LISTED ITEMS.**
Vintage, Royal Adderley Floral bone china flowers in footed dish. Assorted hand painted flowers in soft pastel colors displayed in a white, three-footed dish with gold gilt trim. Beautiful color blend on the blue and purple flowers! Made in England. Floral China Company. Circa: 1946-1951. Size: 2 1/2 inches tall; 3 inches long. Condition: Two leaves with damage, and rose petals having a couple of small chips.
Matching Pair Vintage Chalkware Wall Plaques-vase Of Roses
Great Rare Set of Chalkware! It is hard to find a good complete pair without one being lost/broken-up, and very minimal flaws to them. Lovely design to this pair of vintage chalkware in Very Good Condition. No Major chips or repairs. At the lower tapered part of the decorative shelf is a grecian shaped urn/vase. Three large bloomed cabbage roses. One is butterscotch yellow and the other two are candy-apple red with accents of butterscotch. Around the vase are smaller flowers. The background of the roses are framed with green rose petals. Chalkware is glazed over, a nice shiny coat. The coloring is basically the butterscotch yellow. The two roung wire loops are there to enable you to hang these up on your wall. There really is no chips in the chalkware. What you see is the so called * chipping * is the glaze coming off of the color. ***Please take the time to view our photos closely so you can see those areas. Really hanging up on your wall they would not be so noticible, from the surrounding detailing. Do to the nature of these pieces, will make sure to package well, and possibly to double box them. Insurance and tracking information is included in the shipping/handling costs. Thanks for stopping by to visit here at Luba's Fine Boutiques. We appreciate your kind patronage. Stop by often for we list items daily. **WE GLADLY COMBINE ORDERS FOR ADDED SHIPPING SAVINGS.** **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWID ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE!!** **REASONABLE OFFERS ENTERTAINED ON ANY OF OUR LISTED ITEMS.** Overall measures 7-1/4 inches wide at the top shelf, 3-1/2 inches deep.
A very pretty 5 1/2 in. small pitcher decorated with pink roses. The pitcher has serveral ribs, but the gold portion on them has been rubbed off. This pitcher has a very attractive shape, and in bottom stamped in gold, 1377/4 over 272/1510.
Beautiful Capodimonte Roses In Basket Display-made In Italy
A very nice vintage Capodimonte (Capo-di-Monte) that a basket full of various colors of large bloomed cabbage roses. Canary yellow, Burnt Copper Tangerine, and dusty pink rose with their green petals. Capodimonte porcelain is handshaped and handpainted. Each piece is unique in its own way. If you even look closely at the detailing, you might even see a persons fingerprint fired in the piece. This is a VERY HEAVY PIECE OF PORCELAIN POTTERY. By itself it weighs approx. 3-3/4 pounds, without the packaging. Marked on the bottom: Symbol of crown, then the letter N Made In Italy. It still has its silver foil label. Underneath on the pedestal base are green felt protectors. Measures 9 inches high, approx. 8 inches wide. The basket base measures 2-1/2 inches in diameter. In Good Condition. There are a few manufacturing flaws, as these happen when producing the Capodimonte pieces. There are a few breaks in the flowers, but since piece is very detailed, not realitively noticed right away. Makes a great display item. On the side where the yellow flower is on the top left, then orange in middle, pink on right side: a. On orange rose a tiny nick/chip on petal. On the side where the orange rose is on the top left, yello in middle, pink on upper right side: a. Orange rose has a manufacturing flaw where the petal in split in the middle. b. Pink left petal corner was broken off and repaired. Then petal next to it a corner tip broken off and missing. Is a very lovely display piece that will look nice in any home decor. Be it a Victorian decor, A Shabby Chic type, A Cottage, A French, all will enhance the area. Since this is a very heavy item, we will make sure to package carefully, (as we do all our treasures). Will double-box, and you item will be insured with tracking numbers. Thank you for stopping by to visit here at Dogwood Trail Antiques. Your patronage is most appreciated. Please stop by often for we list items daily. **WE GLADLY COMBINE ORDERS FOR ADDED SHIPPING SAVINGS!!** **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE!!** **REASONABLE OFFERS ENTERTAINED ON ANY OF OUR LISTED ITEMS.**
Nice wide yellow banded stoneware pottery pitcher in great condition. It is in a tan/mustard coloring. VERY HEAVY. This is RARER ~ since it has an UNUSUAL SPOUT WITH A CIRCLE PATTERN BENEATH THE LIP. Two bands around the top of the batter pitcher and two bands around the bae of the pitcher. Nice loved piece with some tiny bubble pops areas not covered in the manufacturing process. Is DOES show crazing. On the inside on one side is a * line *, but is smooth, tight line, cannot feel anything with a fingernail. Is SOLID. Measures 7-1/4 inches high by 8-1/2 inches across (spout to handle). Is very clean inside. Thanks for visiting here at Luba's Fine Boutiques. Please stop by often for we list items daily. **WE GLADLY COMBINE ORDERS FOR ADDING SHIPPING SAVINGS!!** **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE!!** **REASONABLE OFFERS ENTERTAINED ON ALL OUR LISTED ITEMS.**
OLD COUNTRY ROSES, 3 piece Royal Albert Tea Set. Just lovely and perfect completion for your set of China. This set is brand new and fresh from their factory. We only have two in stock as of 6/17/11. Beautifully gift boxed as well. Retail is $400.00. But Royal Doulton has allowed us to drastically discount this set.
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. The Toby jug is often seen as a uniquely British form of ceramics. Its history dates back at least as far as the 1770s, and it is possible to trace its ancestors even further to the creation of anthropomorphic jugs and bottles by the medieval potter. This new colour edition surveys the development of the Toby and related character jugs from their early beginnings to the present day. It introduces the reader to his fascinating area of ceramics and provides useful hints and advise for all those thinking of collecting Toby jugs.
Sanfords Guide To Mccoy & In-your-pocket Field Price Guide
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Sanford's Guide to McCoy Pottery Hardcover -- (Our opinion here) Sanford's is probably the SINGLE most comprehensive reference on McCoy. The book is incredibly detailed, and it's easy to find what you're looking for. Sanford's is also THE authority on McCoy cookie jars. There are 30 color pages, with many, many jars on each page. This is a MUST HAVE for the knowledgeable dealer or collector. (Reviewed by John K.) This is probably the single best book on the topic. Very thorough and in depth, hundreds of color photos. The book is organized by line rather than by pattern, making it easy to locate and quickly identify what you need to find. Examples of the organization method used includes Banks, Candle Holders, Cookie Jars, Fancy Planters, Jardinieres, Nelson McCoy, Wall Pockets, etc. This makes locating a pattern and coming up with a value much faster if you don't know the pattern's name. If by chance you do know the pattern name, these are indexed in the back. McCoy In-Your-Pocket Softcover This little book catalogs over 4000 pieces of McCoy Pottery. Sanfords McCoy In-Your-Pocket, A to Z. Document Your Collection NOW! This new book alphabetically identifies by: Line, shape, size, mold number, date of manufacture, marks, and it is indexed, cross referenced, and more! You'll need One at Home, One in the Car and One for the Office! NOW, A Price Guide you can carry In-Your-Pocket. It's a handy 5 1/2 X 8 Size. McCoy In-Your-Pocket, A to Z is just published with 2002 Prices for SanfordS Guide to McCoy Pottery (The Big Red Book). Catalog YOUR Collection with this new Check List format. This Book includes priced catalog items not shown in SanfordS Big Red Book. It's easy to use! It follows the pages in the Big Red Book. Featuring MINI COLLECTIONS A listing by Line, Color and Shape. Now you can collect McCoy by line and know what you'll need for a MINI collection by color and shape. The price guide check list is illustrated with over 150 Thumbnail Photographs to help YOU organize Your Collection. TJ McHose has devised the Shape and Identification Guide which makes it easier to describe a piece of pottery without a picture when talking with a friend. McCoy In-Your-Pocket A to Z has a Chronology of McCoy from 1899 to 2002. See when lines started and what other items were being made at the same time.
Sanford's Guide To The Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Co. By: Sharon Skillman, Larry Skillman
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. The authors, Sharon and Larry Skillman, are long time Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Collectors. Larry is the Executive Vice President of Robinson Ransbottom Pottery. With the aid of a few catalog sheets, they have identified and acquired a sample of most of the ware produced by this company. They saw the need to share this information and tell the story of this 100 yr. old company this is known for it's crocks and birdbaths, but also produced a wide variety of pottery including art pottery. Highlights of topics from the book: Gardenware - Birdbaths, Pots, Garden Ornaments, Jars Jardinieres & Pedestals Kitchen Ware - Bowls, Gala, Modern Apple, Plymouth Colony, many others Planters - Dish Gardens, Flower Pots, Novelty Vases - Hand Painted, Old Colony, Tionesta Art Ware, Victoria Catalog Reprints
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Revised Price Guide as of 1996 This beautiful hardcover reference and value guide is packed with full-color photos, catalog sheets, and history. Over 1,400 pieces are pictured. It begins with a comprehensive history of the people and potteries behind the Brush-McCoy Pottery Company. Included throughout the book are quotes and comments from people who worked at the various potteries. Complete alphabetical listings by line names, marks and labels used between 1902 and 1982, mold numbers, dates of manufacture, and colors are included. A small sample of the lines included in this guide are Onyx, Jardinieres & Pedestals, Cookie Jars, Art Vellum, Kolorkraft, Krackle-Kraft, Zuniart, Jewel, Jetwood, Panelart, and many others.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A CUTE 7-1/4 LONG McCOY POTTERY GLOSS BROWN LOG WITH CHAINS PLANTER! MOLD MARKED 'McCOY'. VERY LIGHT CALCIUM ON THE INTERIOR AND ARE NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.95.
A beautiful pink and blue glossed planter of a Sword/Sailfish by Royal Haeger. There is one tiny flake on the bottom tail fin, however rest is in Very Good condition. Bottom incised Royal Haeger, R271, USA.
A neat planter that stands 2.5 in. tall and measures 6.75 in. long and 4 in. wide. I find no nicks, chips or cracks. A deep burgundy color with a black interior. The decorative emblem on the side looks like a duck to me. Unmarked so maker is unknown. I believe from the late '50's-'60's era.
A great large highly glazed planter in the shape of a game bird, a pheasant. In shades of brown, green and black, it makes quite an impressive and realistic piece. From head to tail it measures 13 in. long.
A beautifully decorated vase with swirls of gold and pink lines overlaying the vase, and 3D pink rose edged with gold, and tiny pink flowers and green leaves. There also is a gold handle on the vase. Bottom stamped, Lefton China, Hand Painted, 70443.
Wonderful West Germany Earthtone Pottery Vintage Vase
Marked: Scheurich-Keramik W. Germany 201-22 Beautiful Pottery Vase Dimensions: 9 inches high by 4 inches in diameter at the base. The top neck area measures 3 inches in diameter. Nice handcrafted piece of pottery. Has three different waves of colors. At the base is a butterscotch yellow, the middle is a champagne cream color, and the top is a mixture of browns ~ from a deep chocolate brown to lighter brown tones. The inside is a deep shiny chocolate brown. Excellent Condition, No Chips, No Cracks. At the base are 4 protective felt pads. Thanks for stopping by to view Dogwood Trail Antiques. Your kind patronage is most appreciated. . **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE.** **REASONABLE OFFERS ARE ENTERTAINED ON ANY OF OUR ITEMS.**
Nice sized vintage pottery in the shape of a small bread basket or to use as a planter. Was produced by: UNGEMACH POTTERY COMPANY, UPCO. History: Fred Ungemach started work for the Nelson McCoy Pottery of Roseville, Ohio. He later worked for Thomas Watt in Hawthorne, Pennsylvanis, then went back to Roseville to work for the Ransbottom Pottery. Finally in 1938 with the help of his daughter Mary who was an employee of the Brush Pottery, he opened his own company in Roseville. Business was first known as South Fork Pottery, but after several years the name was changed to the Ungemach Pottery Company. This nice sunny yellow basket has a dimensional weave-pattern basket look to it. At the top is a white dipping type painted edging. Marked on the bottom: UPCO USA Believe the number is: 102B or 1028. In EXCELLENT VINTAGE CONDITION. Just has started in some areas of crazing in the paint. The bottom padded feet area shows some wear and soiling. Measures along the top: 8-1/4 inches wide by 5-1/4 inches deep by 3-1/4 inches high. The bottom base measures 6-1/2 inches wide by3-1/2 inches deep. Thanks for shopping by here at Dogwood Trail Antiques. Please check back often as we list items daily. **WE GLADLY COMBINE ORDERS FOR ADDED SHIPPING SAVINGS!!** **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE!!**
Very nice decorative vintage pottery vase with a handle on the side. Marked: W. Germany 77 30 BAY. Beautiful Large Pottery Vase. This vase is very heavy, 4-1/2 pounds before any packaging. Very substantial. Dimensions: 12 inches high by 4-1/2 inches in diameter at the base. The top neck area measures 3-1/2 inches in diameter. At the widest is measures approximately 7 inches wide, or 23 inches in circumfrance. Nice handcrafted piece of pottery. Has horizontal lines at the top and the base. Then handpainted in a black ring again at the top and the bottom. In the middle of the vase are interspaced indented circles, the double hash/vertical marks. (From our photos the coloring is truer to the lighter color for the vase.) A nice butterscotch/honey brown. Excellent Vintqage Condition, No Chips, No Cracks. On one side of the vase are a few pin-dots of glaze missing. Vase shows crazing in the paint. Thanks for stopping by to view Dogwood Trail Antiques. Your kind patronage is most appreciated. . **WE GLADLY SELL WORLDWIDE ~ JUST ASK FOR SHIPPING QUOTE.** **REASONABLE OFFERS ARE ENTERTAINED ON ANY OF OUR ITEMS.**
A beautiful basket filled with pink roses with one yellow rose and leaves. It looks like the edges of two of the flowers may have been broken & colored over so it isn't obvious that they are damaged. Otherwise, in good condition. Bottom stamped in a very blurry black ink, which I believe says, Made in Italy, with an N over a Crown, and Capodamonte below.
Pink with white luster colors with a small yellow rose & a large pink rose and leaves on the front. This pitcher is nicely done, and no chips on any of the flowers and leaves. The pitcher stands 8 in. high, and is bottom incised, Taiwan with a copyright symbol.
Such a cute guy! A green and yellow with accents of black frog planter. He even has a hole drilled on the bottom to let water drain out from the plants. He stands 7 1/2 in. high, by approx 5 in. dia., not counting his feet. He is unmarked.
A large glazed tan colored scalled fish planter with a high wavy tail. The body of the fish is 6 in. high, and the tail brings the overall height to 9 1/2 in. Black eyes and an open mouth, the fish is just waiting for your plant. There is a small flake near the top rim, and the price has been adjusted for this.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A GORGEOUS ARABIA FLORAL DECORATED FLARING VASE MEASURING 4.5 HIGH. INK MARKED ARABIA SUOMI FINLANDIA MADE IN FINLAND. NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.95.
This hand made Bear Butte small barrel pottery vase was made by Sioux Pottery & Crafts of South Dakota and is signed by the artist S.Thiuick and dated 7/10. Each piece of handmade pottery is crafted by the Sioux artists and decorated with designs and symbols important to their Lakota culture. The Paha Sapa (Black Hills) provided shelter, food, and sustenance for the Indian Tribes of the Great Sioux Nation, and continues to yield the red clay used in making Sioux Pottery. These symbols dominated the intricate designs of their bead work, and decorated their skin garments, weapons, utensils and pottery. Sioux symbols alone, or in combination, express the spirit and culture of the Lakota people. Sioux Artists have skillfully adapted these symbols in the unique decorative designs of Sioux Pottery. In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites there is some color smudges which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 3 3/4 inches tall, 2 7/8 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches across the base. An addition to any Sioux Pottery Vase Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions contact me and thank you for looking.
This Little Sweeper Hummel is of a young girl holding a straw broom and sweeping. She's wearing an orange kerchief tied around her light brown hair. A green apron is around her waist. This is number 171 and is TMK4 ( also known as Trade Mark 4 or TM4 - made in West Germany). Approximately 4 3/8 tall. Impressed mark on base of M. I. Hummel - this is not a reproduction. The original paper label is still affixed to the round base. Made between 1960 and 1972. This is in outstanding condition. No chips, flakes or cracks.(#T1150-A) Keywords: Hummels porcelain figures pottery ceramic
The stein stands about 6 1/4 inches tall and is about 3 1/2 inches across the bottom. It is about 5 1/2 inches across by the handle. The legend of Finn is on the back side. Made in Ireland. I find no damage.
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. In its centenary year of 1862 the Maling factory was producing 90 per cent of the jam jars used in England and Scotland. The most familiar items are probably the white pottery jars with a transfer-printed trade label, of the type still sometimes used for Keiller's and Frank Cooper's marmalade, and the blue and white jars made specially for Rington's tea. This book traces the development of the firm and describes the main production processes used. There are many illustrations of Tyneside wares and the identification marks employed by manufacturers.
Miller's Twentieth-century Ceramics By: Paul Atterbury, Ellen Paul Denker, Maureen Batkin
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Twentieth-century ceramics are going from strength to strength, appealing in the availability and affordability of the pieces. This guide explores over 200 factories presented in alphabetical order, covering pre-war makes and the innovative designs of the 1950s and 1960s. The most celebrated designers are discussed, such as Moorcroft, Clarice Cliff, Susie Cooper, Midwinter, and Hornsea, along with the lesser-known but increasingly collectable makers. Key dates, areas of production, and principal designers are highlighted in every entry; over 550 colour photographs are accompanied by reproductions of marks; and a price range is given for each item shown. The book concludes with a glossary, a directory of collector's clubs, recommendations of where to buy and visit and suggestions for further reading. Now fully revised, with all prices updated, and a new section dealing with additional factories or makers who are attracting interest from collectors today, this book is essential to anyone who deals in or is interested in the exciting variety of twentieth-century ceramics available.
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Ceramics are attractive, easily displayed, often affordable and consequently popular items to collect. Pieces that have survived daily use for years are now sought after by collectors. This book covers a range of pottery and porcelain objects and provices a practical reference work for new enthusiasts as well as the experienced collectors in this field. It includes more than 4000 examples of pottery and porcelain from the mid-18th century to the mid-20th century are illustrated and described, each with a value. Special features include Clarice Cliff, pot lids, Wemyss, blue and white ware, Mason's Ironstone, Goss and Crested China, fairings and commemorative ware. There is also a special feature on American ceramics. Within each section, items are divided by type of ware (eg cups, plates etc), with information boxes containing guidance on collecting, what to be aware of when starting a collection, hints on how to avoid making expensive mistakes, and the history of many factories. A Directory of Specialists gives guidance on restorers and details of collectors' clubs are listed.
An adorable cat planter sitting next to a log. She is wearing a feathered hat with a side bow & has a great surprised look on her face. Soft glazed colors remine me of the '50's. There is a very tiny bit of gold missing from the brim of the hat, and the rest looks good.
A pair of figural wall pockets in the shapes of Roosters. They have a glossy finish, however because of their age, some of the cold paint is missing. They can be hung either facing each other, or with their tails towards each other. Looks like another great '50's piece.
A beautiful pottery vase, pitcher, ewer, that stands 10 in. tall. Glossy finish in a wonderful mottled lavender, purple color. It measures 3.25 in. diameter at the base. Molded handle. In good, displayable condition, but there is a chip on the underside of the base. Does not show when displayed. I have priced this at half price of the normal retail price due to the chip. No other cracks, nicks, etc.
Red Wing Pottery Fondoso Yellow/white Coffee Carafe
This is an offering for a rarely seen Red Wing Pottery Fondoso Coffee server in yellow exterior with white interior. There is no cap and the bottom of the wood handle is missing. Mold marked 'RED WING POTTERIES INC.' Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $8.95.
Russel Wright Pottery American Modern Demi Cup/saucer
This is an offering for a pristine Russel Wright Pottery American Modern Demi cup and saucer in coral. Mold marked 'Russel Wright MFG BY STEUBENVILLE'. No nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this item is $7.25.
LARGE VINTAGE DRIP GLAZE ART POTTERY BOWL. NO MAKERS MARK. 10im WIDE. 4 3/4in TALL. HAS SOME FACTORY MOLD AND GLAZE IMPERFECTIONS. HAS A GLAZE FLAKE ON THE BOTTOM OF A FOOT. NO CHIPS BUT OVER ALL FINE AGE GLAZE CRAZING. THICK AND HEAVY LARGE BOWL.
A vase with a gold drip overlay in very good condition. Stands 8 in. tall and is 2 in. diameter at the base. Slight wear to the gold at the top edge. No cracks, chips, etc. Possible Pearl China but the printing and logo on the bottom is too worn to read.
Before and after of an RS Prussia cobalt bisquit jar severly broken and poorly super glued. Example only, not for sale. Please contact us at http://www.tias/stores/sidmore for your restoration requirments
A planter in a cuspidor or spittoon shape. Rough exterior finish in a mottled glaze of gold and brown tones. The inside has a glossy dark brown glaze. Stands 4.5 in. tall and is 7 in. diameter. I find no damage. No chips, nicks, etc. Unmarked. I believe from the '60's era.
This beautiful vase in a flower shape is marked Gonder Pottery, USA. Stands 7.5 in. tall and is 4.25 in. wide at the top. The base is 3.25 in. diameter. A mottled, pink,chartreuse and blue and shades of brown make for an interesting color. No cracks, nicks, or chips. Goldtone base. Bottom marked E?-3. I believe from the '50's era, perhaps earlier.
D&M NEW YORK HAND PAINTED MORIAGE SCALLOPED BOWL WITH FLOWERS AND BUTTERFLY. I BELIEVE D&M WERE THE IMPORTERS FOR THIS LOVELY BOWL NOT THE MAKERS. MARKED ON THE BOTTOM. 8 5/8in WIDE, 2 1/2in TALL. HAS A SMALL SMOOTH CHIP ON THE UNDER SIDE ON THE RIM (see close up). VERY COLORFUL.
Craftsman Studios Laguna Beach Arts Crafts Rare Pottery Vase
Craftsman Studios was an Arts and Crafts era through 1950s coppercraft shop operating out of Laguna Beach and Los Angeles California, producing hand wrought copper home and giftwares, occasionally working in brass and silver. I've been collecting Craftsman copper items for nearly 30 years, and until now, I've never seen a non-metal item bearing their name. This pottery vase is a first for me - it's clearly marked in black paint on the bottom 100 H.H. Craftsman Studio - Laguna Beach Cal . The mustard-colored cylindrical vase is made from heavy yellow clay with what looks like a salt type glaze. It's 5 inches tall by 3-1/4 diameter. The front has a stylized hand painted floral motif of red flowers and green leaves, the base has a smeary black band hand applied under the glaze. I have not cleaned off the age patina around the rim or inside (there isn't much - just honest, age-appropriate light dust film). I did take a damp paper towel to the writing on the bottom to make sure it wasn't made recently with a Sharpie and it did not come off. There are no chips, flakes, or cracks. An exceptionally rare find for any Craftsman collector.
Vintage Tile With Rabbits In Silk Presentation Box
This is an extremely well done tile depicting two rabbits - one is hopping over the other one. Created with white tube lining of the design and majolica glazes of pale green, brown and deep blue. This is affixed into a silk covered box. The box closes with 2 small ivory or bone clasps. This came in a silk covered box with an ivory (or ivory type) clasp. The tile measures 6 square. The box 6 1/4 square by 3/4 thick. Although the box looks Chinese, I have seen this tile before, and identified as circa 1900. I simply do not know the exact age or maker, but it is a truly great piece of tile art! Both the box and the tile are in excellent condition. (#1203) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery animals bunnies
This is one of three tiles in the same pattern. Made in England, circa 1900, this measures 6 square. Four red flower petals in the center, cream background and green on the corners. Generally in decent condition with minor edge and high point roughness. (#2032) Keywords: collectible vintage tiles art ceramic pottery
This is one of three tiles in the same pattern. Made in England, circa 1900, this measures 6 square. Four red flower petals in the center, cream background and green on the corners. Generally in decent condition with minor edge and high point roughness. (#2031) Keywords: collectible vintage tiles art ceramic pottery
This is one of three tiles in the same pattern. Made in England, circa 1900, this measures 6 square. Four red flower petals in the center, cream background and green on the corners. Generally in decent condition with minor edge and high point roughness. (#2030) Keywords: collectible vintage tiles art ceramic pottery
This Victorian era tile looks like upholstery to me! A reddish brown majolica glaze covers the tile surface which is molded in moderate relief. Measures 6 square by 1/2 thick. There are a few small glaze breaks on the surface - generally in nice condition. Probably American, definitely circa 1890. (#2029) Keywords: collectible vintage tiles art ceramic pottery
Handpainted Truda Carter designed Poole lidded honey pot (could also be used as a sugar bowl). Fabulous Deco design with mushroom pink interior. Measures 11 cm high and 9 cm diameter (4.1/4 inches by 3.1/2 inches). Excellent condition. Poole mark of Carter, Stabler Adams circa 1921 plus. Really vibrant colours.
This is an offering for a lovely Blue Ridge Pottery 13-5/8 by 11-3/8 platter in the rarely seen Barley Plaid pattern! There are numerous nicks/chips on the underside of the rim. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $9.95.
This is an offering for a pristine Blue Ridge Pottery 11-3/4 by 9-3/4 platter in the rarely seen Barley Plaid pattern! Not a hint of use and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $9.95.
Beautiful, miniature Regina Irish Dresden ballerina. Regina is dressed in a lovely, blue and white ruffled Dresden lace outfit adorned with two porcelain flowers. She is dancing with one arm up and the other to the side. Manufactured by Muller and Co. Size: 3 inches tall. Circa: 1960+. Condition: Very good; small chip to the lace on the bottom row of the blue ruffle on her left side, and the tiny leaf of one flower is missing.
Vintage 50th Anniversary Small Sized Sugar Creamer Set
Vintage 50th Anniversary Small Sized Sugar Creamer Set. This set includes a sugar that is 2-1/4 tall and a creamer that is 2-5/8 tall. They are marked with the number L-603 on the bottoms. They are both in excellent used condition.
This is an offering for a lovely Stangl Pottery Wild Rose 3-3/4 high pitcher! Oval 'Stangl POTTERY TRENTON NJ WILD ROSE' ink mark. There is a 3-way crack coming off the rim between the spout and decoration on the left sideabout 1-3/4 long. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.25.
This is an offering for a pristine Stangl Pottery Wild Rose 7-3/4 wide coupe soup bowl! Stangl POTTERY TRENTON, NJ WILD ROSE ink mark. Not a hint of use and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.95.
This is an offering for a pristine Stangl Pottery Wild Rose gravy bowl! Stangl POTTERY TRENTON, NJ WILD ROSE ink mark. 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 gorgeous Stangl Pottery Wild Rose divided vegetable bowl! Measures 10-7/8 by 7-3/8 . Stangl POTTERY TRENTON, NJ WILD ROSE ink mark. There is only light glaze crazing and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $9.95.
Alternative American Ceramics, 1870-1955: The Other American Art Pottery By: Ken Forster
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Collector Bookstore Notes: Helps professionals, dealers and advanced collectors identify American Art Pottery from previously obscure small pottery studios. Dating from 1870-1955, this title covers in depth the numerous art pottery operations associated with the depression years, American Indian trade schools, and other early immigrant/ pre-industrial pottery schools. Publishers Full Description: This is a comprehensive study of American art/studio pottery, dinnerware, and other functional wares (including china painting and ceramic decoration and design) produced without a primary profit-making motivation. Researched over a period of six years, it documents ceramics activity from the first recreational china painting enthusiasts, through varying stages of formal ceramic instruction, to the shift from ceramics as craft to art. This invaluable resource details works from non-commercial programs, including the Saturday Evening Girls, the Works Progress Administration, and many others. 306 color and b/w photos
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. This little book catalogs over 4000 pieces of McCoy Pottery. Sanfords McCoy In-Your-Pocket, A to Z. Document Your Collection NOW! This new book alphabetically identifies by: Line, shape, size, mold number, date of manufacture, marks, and it is indexed, cross referenced, and more! You'll need One at Home, One in the Car and One for the Office! NOW, A Price Guide you can carry In-Your-Pocket. It's a handy 5 1/2 X 8 Size. McCoy In-Your-Pocket, A to Z is just published with 2002 Prices for SanfordS Guide to McCoy Pottery (The Big Red Book). Catalog YOUR Collection with this new Check List format. This Book includes priced catalog items not shown in SanfordS Big Red Book. It's easy to use! It follows the pages in the Big Red Book. Featuring MINI COLLECTIONS A listing by Line, Color and Shape. Now you can collect McCoy by line and know what you'll need for a MINI collection by color and shape. The price guide check list is illustrated with over 150 Thumbnail Photographs to help YOU organize Your Collection. TJ McHose has devised the Shape and Identification Guide which makes it easier to describe a piece of pottery without a picture when talking with a friend. McCoy In-Your-Pocket A to Z has a Chronology of McCoy from 1899 to 2002. See when lines started and what other items were being made at the same time.
Collecting North Carolina Pottery: Earthenware, Stoneware, Fancyware By: Stephen Compton
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Collector Bookstore: Now OUT OF PRINT This book covers primitive and collectible North Carolina pottery and early stoneware, dating from 1750 to 1950. Includes prices. Publishers Description: Collecting North Carolina Pottery: Earthenware, Stoneware, and Fancyware displays and describes hundreds of examples of North Carolina pottery with 450 photographs that include commonplace wares as well as rare and highly collectible one-of-a-kind pieces. Most were made in the years spanning from about 1750 to 1950. Of special significance are examples of Moravian and Quaker-made earthenware created in eighteenth and early nineteenth century settlements. Twentieth century art pottery - so-called Fancyware - in addition to both salt-glazed and alkaline-glazed utilitarian stoneware, rounds out the book's contents. An opening essay, illustrated by some never-before-published historic photographs of the state's potters and potteries, provides an overview of the region's role in ceramics production. Of inestimable value to collectors, historians, archaeologists, antiques dealers, and gallery and museum curators, Collecting North Carolina Pottery: Earthenware, Stoneware, and Fancyware is the most comprehensive catalog of North Carolina pottery, including price estimates, available today. Number of Illustrations: 450
Replacements Ltd China Pattern Id Kit Book 1 Notebook
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. This kit features full color and black & white digital images, along with pattern names or pattern numbers from the following makers: Denby Easterling Flintridge Gorham Johann Haviland Longchamp Royal Jackson Royal Tettau Syracuse. Quickly identify patterns with no markings or other patterns which are difficult to identify due to multiple shapes, etc.
Fine quality Kosan Japanese Imari eight-sided dish displaying a center design of an urn filled with lovely chrysanthemums and peonies, and a wide, blue border having gold scrolls and center cartouche with flowers and leaves. Each of the short corner sides has an orange flower; the rim with gold gilt trim. The bottom of the plate bears an orange flower and blue leaves design on four of its sides. Mark reads Ko San Yo, meaning The Kosan Kiln. Circa: 1960-1970's. Size: 5 7/8 inches by 5 7/8 inches. Condition: Excellent.
Soft golds and ivory color.Ivory inside. Three embossed cherubs on each side. Measures about 6 Hx4 Wx9 L(handle to handle) Has the Capodimonte stamp on the bottom which reads: N with CAPODIMONTE under it and Made in Italy under that. Very good condition! No chips or cracks. Shiny ivory inside while the outside finish is soft. Thanks for looking!
Vintage Czechoslovakia Blue Lustre W/gold Decor Vase
This is an offering for a lovely vintage Czechoslovakia blue lustre with gold decoration porcelain vase! Ink marked 'CZECHOSLOVAKIA'. There is light wear only and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.95.
A lovely planter in a vivid blue color. Measures 12 in. x 6 in. Embossed with a leaf pattern. Simple and elegant. Bottom marked with the number 377 only. I find no chips or cracks. I think this is either from the Red Wing Potteries or perhaps McCoy. I have not been able to verify the maker.
An etched design, by L. T. Swetnam, of a man in a boat on a river. A woman stands in the doorway of a cottage looking out over the water. Another man in is the distance, in a boat. Great thatched cottage in the foreground. Transfer printed in brown on beige, this tile measures 6 square. Made at Mintons China Works, England, circa 1890. This transferware tile is part of a series: either the Views or the Scenic Views series. In excellent condition with only the most minor edge nips. (#2026) Keywords: collectible vintage tiles art ceramic pottery
This porcelain figurine features the full figure of a woman, wearing a large hat with an ornate bow. She's dressed in her finest pale pink Victorian outfit. Measures just under 10 tall - the figure is standing on a round pedestal. Unmarked on the bottom, and an impressed mark on the back. This is finished in a bisque type, with little applied beads of glaze on her dress to give it sparkle, as well as small amounts of gilt paint adding to the effect. Age and maker are unknown. Minor wear to some gold areas. No chips or cracks. Generally in lovely condition. (#T-1298) Keywords: ceramic vintage figure female fancy dress
Lovely and sweet figure of a young boy delivering mail and trying to be a postman. The letter he's carrying in his hand has a heart sealing the envelope. This is number 119 and is TMK2 ( also known as Trade Mark 2 with the full Bee on the bottom ). Approximately 5 1/2 tall. Minor flake on base, minor wear on envelope. Please see closeup photos. Generally in nice condition. Impressed mark on base of M. I. Hummel - this is not a reproduction. Circa mid 1950's. (#T-1297) Keywords: Hummels porcelain figures pottery ceramic
William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, is the subject of this pottery plaque made by Weller Pottery. He was President from 1897-1901. The political plaque, which really looks like a small dish, measures 4 1/2 in diameter. Weller Pottery was in business from 1872 - 1948, in Zanesville, Ohio. These plaques were said to have been made for the St. Louis World's Fair, circa 1904. In very nice condition. Impressed Weller on the back, twice. (#T-1295) Keywords: antique art pottery arts crafts movement presidential memorabilia historical ceramic
Boleslawiec Polish Pottery Salt And Pepper Cellars
Boleslawiec Polish pottery handled salt and pepper cellars. Ideal for holding salt, pepper, seasonings or any small condiments. Hand painted pattern of blue flowers with green grass, and handle with green rings. Hand made in Poland. Size: 4 3/4 inches long; 2 1/4 inches wide. 1 inch high to dish rim; 2 inches tall to top of handle. Condition: Excellent.
Old Pirate Face Cup Set--Ceramic set of two 3-D mugs of famous old pirates--The pirates are Blackbeard and Captain Kidd--Captain Kidd has a very small manufacturing pop on his cheek--Both approximately 3 inches tall--The set of 2 is $29
Cardia Sunflower Tea Set--Set of 11 pieces--White ceramic with orange yellow sunflowers and green leaves----Set consists of tea pot, 6 cups and 4 lidded sugars--Tea pot measures 6 1/4 inches tall and has 2 scraps on the tea pot rim--Cups are 3 inches tall x 3 inch diameter and all of these cup are in very good condition--Covered sugars are 3 3/4 inches tall counting the lids and 2 1/2 inches wide has a manufacturing defect that looks like a chip but is glazed over--The set of 11 is $46
Vintage Porcelain Nut / Mint Dish Set--Set of 3 white porcelain background with various colored insects in the bowl of the dishes--Gold details and rim--Shaped like fruits and has green leaf on the top--All approximately 3 inches long--Very good condition--Marked on back 7995 in gold--Set of 3 is $13
Beautiful set of three stacking Butterfly shaped dishes with floral decoration. One large dish and 2 small dishes. Unsigned but possibly made in Japan. Large dish is 7-3/4 wide and smaller ones are 4-3/4 wide. Fine condition with no damage. 1960s.
A blue pottery planter featuring a colonial couple on the front. Stands 5.75 in. tall and the base measures 4 in. x 4.75 in. I find no damage. Very good used condition. I believe from the mid-century era.
Primitive Bronze Oriental Cup With Carved Dragon Figures
Rare, rather weighty artifact for its size ( 4 tall x 3 diameter at the base). Carved with figures of dragons, which have been a characteristic part of Chinese folklore and culture for centuries. The exact age of this fascinating artifact is uncertain, but some other cups of a similar appearance have been dated back to the Ming Dynasty of around the 16th. and 17th. century.
Made by Roseville Pottery, in Roseville, Ohio. The pattern was introduced in 1935. . This is shape number 1321. Excellent condition. There is a spot on the bottom rim, measuring 1/4 x 1/8 . I can not tell if it is under the glaze, or is a very small restoration. (Please see closeup photo). Pitcher measures 7 3/4 high. Bottom is impressed Roseville 1321 , as well as the #22 incised, and the number 2 handwritten under the glaze. Twig handle. (elli) Keywords: pinecone art pottery ceramic arts crafts movement middle period
Mid Century Retro Modern California Freeman Mcfarlin Gold Leaf Console Bowl
Dating from the 1960s, this is a very classic Mid Century designed console bowl made by the Freeman-McFarlin Potteries of El Monte California [1940s-1980]. This gently fluted oblong bowl is decorated in rich Gold Leaf and sits on post form legs. The bowl has the impressed Anthony logo for the Freeman-McFarlin Potteries. Provenance: purchased at the estate sale of local prominent businessman Hendersonville, TN. Condition: no chips or cracks, no loss to gold leaf, does have some minor residue on inside bottom of bowl.
White Ribboned Goose Deviled Egg Plate/Tray by TREASURE CRAFT, USA Made of ceramic. Measures 11-7/8 x 8-1/2 . Holds 12 devilled eggs. It has a White Ribboned Goose on the front. Embossed on the back: Treasure-Craft USA. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, or scratches, but, it DOES HAVE CRAZING, but, does not take away from this lovely vintage piece. CLEAN AND SHINY IN AND OUT. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. WE COMBINE SHIPPING TO SAVE YOU $$$. WE SHIP WORLDWIDE. FREE INSURANCE WITHIN USA. FAST SHIPPING. QUESTIONS? E-MAIL US, WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. It is a very pretty piece for Easter or Spring Decorating