Stangl Pottery Country Garden Gravy Bowl W/underplate
This is an offering for a lovely Stangl Pottery Country Garden gravy bowl with it's underplate. Both pieces are nicked/chipped and without any cracks. Stangl POTTERY TRENTON, NJ COUNTRY GARDEN ink mark. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.95.
These petite 4 inch diameter bowls would be a marvelous addition to an Asian/Japanese display. They stand 1 1/4 inches high and have a central white background with Asian inspired floral decoration done in red and gold colors. Encircling the gold rim is a geometric pattern, also in red and gold. The bowls were not intended for food use and this is printed on the backside. They were manufactured as ornamental pieces only, and are in very fine vintage condition with minimal wear or scuffing. The TFF Japanese Porcelain Ware name and logo are stamped under the base, along with decorated in Hong Kong.
Trimmed with a thin gold band just below the top, this tall thin vase has a delicate applied design of blue flower sprays. Height is 9 inches. Across the top it is 2 7/8 inches, but slightly narrower at the base at 2 ½ inches. Marked LEART made in Brazil, is noted under the glazing under the base. No chips, crazing, etc. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #547
Brittany Dog Hunting Game Plate Saucer Pair England
Pair of Brittany Spaniel Hunting Dog Plates manufactured by Regency Bone China England. Scalloped gold rims with hunter green inner rims, one portrait is of a liver and white Brittany, the other is orange and white. Both plates are in excellent conditon showing no wear and come ready to hang. Price is for the pair.
A large, heavy stoneware pitcher, blue on cream, decorated with a large leaf logo with the name, Western Stoneware, Monmouth, Ill. in the center. The logo and name also appear on the bottom of the pitcher, with an incised USA & mold number. The pitcher stands approx. 7 ½ in. high. (Shipping weight: 5 lbs.)
A pretty creamer decorated with copper lustre and pink leaves and flowers, this creamer measures approx. 2 ½ in. high. It is bottom stamped, English Ware Lancanter Sandland Ltd. Handle England 859. (Shipping weight: 1 lb.)
A nicely hand painted coaster set with 8 coasters nestled inside. The design is of mauve and yellow flowers with a yellow rim trimmed in gold. Bottom signed in gold, with what looks like IACO (see photo). The set measures 3 in. high with a top opening of 4 ¾ in. and the coasters measure 3 ¾ in. dia. (Shipping weight: 3 lbs.)
Subtle pastel colors of pink and green are painted as raspberries,flowers & leaves on this pretty jello mold with hanger at the top. All-over faint crazing of the glaze suggests age, but there are no chips, cracks or staining. Measures 8 5/8 inches length overall x 6 ¼ inches wide x about 3 inches deep. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #525
Frankoma Pottery Candlesticks Pair marked #305. They are in wonderful condition in a nice brown color with a beige drip over glaze design. They have a lovely design and would look great with almost any decor. They are 5 1/2 inches high, 4 1/4 inches wide and 2 1/2 inches deep.
White Ceramic Planter--Plain white planter with tear drop like design around the top rim--Has no cracks or chips but does have manufacturing pop marks--4 3/4 inches tall x 6 1/2 inch diameter--Marked USA C2
This Puffin Paperweight has the coveted 22k Gold Stopper and is still new, mint condition in original box. Fabulous color. We thought this had sold out long ago, but found it again just now next to the Country Mouse. First Quality. Never seconds! These are all Royal Crown Derby by Royal Doulton Made in England! Was $189.95
I thought the Paper weight, County Mounse, was sold out. Just found One, Royal Crown Derby (by Royal Doulton) Gold Stopper, Country Mouse Paperweight. Country Mouse shows the intricate detail and workmanship of Royal Crown Derby from Royal Doulton. Color is vibrant and beautiful. Always First Quality. Never a second. Perfect Holiday, Christmas or any day gift.
VINTAGE SUNSET MOUNTAIN POTTERY LARGE BLUE HANDLED VASE. IMPRESSED MARK 'SUNSET MOUNTAIN POTTERY'. 9 1/4in TALL, 7in WIDE HANDLE TO HANDLE. WONDERFUL OLD PIECE OF HANDMADE, HEAVY POTTERY. IT HAS PROBLEMS. BODY HAS SCRATCHES AND WEAR. POORLY PAINTED REPAIRS. HANDLES, RIM AND SOME PLACES ON THE BODY HAVE BEEN PAINTED, PAINT IS SLIGHTLY OFF COLOR, A LITTLE DARKER AND DULL. LOOKS LIKE THEY USED POSTER PAINT. I CAN'T SEE ANY REPAIRS/PATCHES ON THE RIM OR HANDLES BUT I CAN SEE ONE ON THE SIDE ABOUT 4in UP FROM THE BASE. MUCH OF THE PAINT LOOKS LIKE THEY WERE TRYING TO COVER UP WORN AREAS ON THE GLAZE. DOESN'T LOOK BAD WHEN SITTING ON A SHELF BUT VISIBLE WHEN HELD IN MY HAND. HAS OVER ALL AGE GLAZE CRAZING VISIBLE FROM THE INTERIOR. This piece is sold as-is. No returns. Please see pictures and ask questions before ordering.
Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy Large Pr Fruit Bowls
This is an offering for a lovely Southern Potteries Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy pattern pair of 5-1/4 wide fruit bowls. Ink marked 'Blue Ridge Hand Painted Underglaze Southern Potteries, Inc MADE IN U.S.A.' Just light glaze crazing and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.95.
Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy Leaf Celery Plate
This is an offering for a pristine Southern Potteries Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy pattern leaf shaped celery dish with handle. Ink marked 'Blue Ridge Hand Painted Underglaze Southern Potteries, Inc MADE IN U.S.A.' Not a hint of use on the surface and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $7.95.
This is a 1 1/2 quart Paden City casserole bowl in a 2 piece chrome table/server set. It was produced in 1931. The lid and the server have black Bakelite handles. Condition: The bowl has no chips or cracks and the interior is bright with minimal wear. The bowl has a few dark spots that were pops in the glaze during the manufacturing process. The chrome lid and server are bright and shiny with no corrosion.
This is an offering for a pristine Southern Potteries Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy pattern round vegetable bowl measuring 9-1/4 wide. Ink marked 'Blue Ridge Hand Painted Underglaze Southern Potteries, Inc MADE IN U.S.A.' with '3461' in grease pen underglaze. Not a hint of use on the surface and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $8.95.
This is an offering for a lovely Southern Potteries Blue Ridge Pottery Fruit Fantasy pattern chop plate measuring 11-5/8 . Ink marked 'Blue Ridge Hand Painted Underglaze Southern Potteries, Inc MADE IN U.S.A.' Just a hint of use on the surface and has no nicks, chips, cracks or repairs. Shipping for this fine addition to your collection is $9.95.
This 4 in. tall vase or short ewer measures 4 in. diameter. In very good, undamaged condition. Marked BMP for Blue Mountain Pottery. This Canadian pottery is closed making this neat little vase quite collectible.
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. Table of Contents: - - Kovels New Dictionary of Marks, 1850 - Present, provides the quickest and easiest way for professional and amateur collectors to identify more than 3,500 black and white illustrations of American, European, and Oriental marks. The perfect companion to Kovels' Dictionary of Marks: Pottery and Porcelain, 1650 to 1850, this book is the most comprehensive reference for 19th and 20th century Both domestic and foreign manufacturers are included, and a chart for dating the old-style English registry marks is provided. A section of marks defined by shape helps narrow down your search and gives you a time frame for your item. You may be the owner of a valuable piece of porcelain or pottery, but the cryptic symbol on the underside of the piece may be your only clue to its value. Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks will help you identify your pieces. Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks provides the quickest, easiest way to identify more than 3,500 American, European, and Oriental marks. The perfect companion to Kovels' original best seller, The Dictionary of Marks - Pottery and Porcelain (still in print after more than 30 years, Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks is the most comprehensive reference for nineteenth and twentieth-century marks. (The original dictionary remains the definitive authority on seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth century marks.) Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks is arranged according to symbol (anchor, birds, crown) and alphabetically according to name (Delft, Sevres). The new easy-to-read format makes identification a breeze: If the symbol on the piece Is a shield, turn to the shield section and leaf through until you've found your mark; if the mark is a name, simply check it in the alphabetical section. Each mark is illustrated and accompanied with all relevant information: factory, city and country of origin; material used; color of mark; date mark was used; and name of current company (which may have changed since the piece was made). The book provides supplementary sections on dating systems used by important factories, the vocabulary of marks, fakes and forgeries, pottery and porcelain family trees, and a cross-referenced index. Kovels' New Dictionary of Marks is the standard reference book for identifying nineteenth- and twentieth-century porcelain and pottery.
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. Author Kathleen Cole has revised her bestselling volume, Head Vases, first published in 1989. Once again hundreds of colorful head vases are pictured and valued, with marks and sizes given. Many new vases have been added in more than 250 new photographs, and rare pieces and samples are also shown. Two new sections have been added, one on Betty Lou Nichols and one on heads with original flowers. Many sets and head vases never before seen are featured - ladies, Oriental, religious, clowns, animals, Art Deco, men, children, wall pockets, famous people, miscellaneous, and more.
Christopher Dresser Ault Pottery 3 Piece Garniture.
Arts and Crafts three piece garniture, by Christopher Dresser - Ault Pottery. Two large, tall side vases and a central large squat vase, all hand decorated with stylised acanthus scroll designs. Underneath the central vase is the impressed mark with Dresser's signature and the Ault Pottery mark. Also the letters 146 (I think that's correct). This set has been illustrated in books on Dresser. A rare set. Dates to very early 20th century. Condition: One of the tall vases has a restored neck - this is an old restoration and has discoloured a bit with age. The actual work is excellent, but the colour of the mottled dusky dark mauve/brown shade of the vase has faded to a slightly mustard tinge (see photos). The other vase is excellent and unrestored. The central squat vase is all original also. It has a small shallow surface chip where there is a stress line at the point where the handles have been attached to the neck of the vase (top - see photo 4).
Here is a whimsical modern stoneware piece from the late David Gil at Bennington Potters in Vermont. started by David Gil in 1948. It is from the mid 1950s time period when Gil used a transition mark which included both the words Design Cooperative and Bennington Vermont and a large arm symbol. I recently learned that when Gil decided to mark his works with shape numbers, he started with the number 1300. However, if an earlier design was to remain in production, they marked it with a number starting with 1290. This explains the numbering and mark on the transition pieces. They are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved into a co-operative of different art potters. After 1960, they made their bread and butter by making gorgeous modern styled dinnerware that was distributed throughout the US and sold in fine department stores. In their 1964 catalogue, Gil described their creations as Art Objects in the Practical Realm - Museum Honored, Hand-crafted, Modestly Priced, This fun and funky owl plaque can be seen in the 1964 as shape #1504. I believe this particular owl plaque is much earlier as the dimensions of the piece are larger than what is shown in the 1964 catalogue. This plaque uses the mid-1950 volcanic dark greenish gray background glaze. The highlight on the owl itself is a dark forest green. The two tone gray glaze forms the body of the owl. The back is stamped with a larger version of the Cooperative Design Bennington Vermont mark. On the back what looks like damage is really extra glaze which was sanded off. I have never seen this on the post-1960 pieces signed with the shape number 1504. You be the judge but I think this is the earliest version of the owl plaque I have seen. There is a wire hanger for using it as a plaque though it is an earlier system I think.
Vintage Rocking Horse & Boy Tile By Mosaic Tile Company
This vintage tile was made by the Mosaic Tile Company of Zanesville, Ohio, circa 1956. It depicts a young boy riding a rocking horse. Done in the wax resist technique, this has lovely muted shades of tan, white, green, and burgundy in semi matte glazes. The tile measures 4 1/4 square by itself. It is nicely mounted in a handmade solid cherry wood frame, which measures 8 3/8 square and is 3/4 thick. The tile has an original paper label on the back from the Mosaic factory. It is design #4308, and was made on January 18, 1956. The tile is in excellent condition, and the frame is beautiful and ready to hang. We have another tile in this series - type T1150-E into the search box. (#T1151-F) keywords: tiles ceramic retro art children
Vintage Whimsical Horse Tile By Mosaic Tile Company
This vintage tile was made by the Mosaic Tile Company of Zanesville, Ohio, circa 1956. It depicts an adorable horse or pony, who is prancing next to a wooden fence. Done in the wax resist technique, this has lovely muted shades of tan, green, brown blue in semi matte glazes. The tile measures 4 1/4 square by itself. It is nicely mounted in a handmade solid cherry wood frame, which measures 8 3/8 square and is 3/4 thick. The tile has an original paper label on the back from the Mosaic factory. It is design #4328, and was made on January 18, 1956. The tile is in excellent condition, and the frame is beautiful and ready to hang. We have another tile in this series - type T1150-F into the search box. (#T1151-E) keywords: tiles ceramic retro art children
Large Raku Pottery Vase Ceramic Artist Tony Evans , Hand Formed
Ceramic artist Tony Evans, is a well known amongst raku collectors for having developed his own unique style of firing Raku. The wonderful large vase has a copper drip glaze & a plum purple over the black base. It has a unique shape that is hand formed. The condition is excellent however there are some white scuffs or something over the back on one side. Not sure what it is.
American Encaustic Tile Dutch Women Carrying A Bucket
This is another lovely tile in the Dutch scenic series made by the American Encaustic Tiling Company, of Zanesville, Ohio, circa 1930-1940. This depicts a Dutch woman carrying a pail and walking towards water. Bright white sky background. There's a windmill in the background. This vintage tile measures 4 1/4 square - small chip to bottom right corner. There's an entire series of tiles, featuring sweet and childlike Dutch scenes that were made by American Encaustic, Franklin and American Olean tile companies. These are wonderful for a child's bathroom or framed and hung in a nursery or bedroom. We have many tiles in this series. Also see item numbers: 1483, 1482, 1109, 1110, 1161, 1162, 1163 (#1113) keywords: tiles ceramic retro art children
Here is a whimsical modern stoneware piece from the late David Gil at Bennington Potters in Vermont. started by David Gil in 1948. It is from the the post-1960 time period when Gil began to use the words Bennington Potters on pieces after having used a transition mark which included both the words Design Cooperative and Bennington Vermont. This fluted 9 5/8 inch diameter plate was advertised in the 1964 catalogue as B 1653 and titled Daisies , an ashtray which could also be hung on the wall as a plaque as it had a built-in wire on the back. Its original 1964 price was $5.00. It features six stylized daisies. The stems, leaves, and petals are incised. The 1964 ad states the this piece was available in white or turquoise with colored accents. The glaze I believe is an early white one as it is quite high gloss with some mottling in the glaze giving the color depth. The steams and leaves have been accented in a dark olive green and the flowers are accented in dark brown. I believe that this series of ashtrays 1650-1655 was designed by David Gil's first wife Gloria Gil, who also designed the 1553 Fighting Cock tile. and perhaps all the tiles in that series. The back of the plate/plaque is missing the wire hanger which was embedded in the pottery. It is signed 1653 and has the spark mark on the forearm. I would guess it is from the 1960-1964 period. It is in excellent condition. Bennington Potters are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved into a co-operative of different art potters. After 1960, they made their bread and butter by making gorgeous modern styled dinnerware that was distributed throughout the US and sold in fine department stores.
A matched pair of art pottery stalking panthers, in a maroon or wine color. Many of these were made into TV lamps for ambient lighting, but these remained planters. Condition: used, one has a bottom corner chip, the other has two age separations along the planter rim, and a small rub on the nose, so please check the photo's carefully. Size: 9-1/2 inches length, 3-3/4 inches width, 3-1/4 inches height. Unmarked, we are advised they are made by Cameron Clay Products in Cameron, West Virginia. Nice to find a pair still together.
Ransbottom Rrp Co Pottery Stoneware Pet Feeder Dog Bowl
This is an older Ransbottom Pottery/RRP Company dog/animal feeder dish. Dish is composed of stoneware and measures 7 1/2 inches in diameter and is 2 5/8 inches in height. Done in cream colored stoneware with accenting around the top rim that is made to resemble cork. This utilitarian dish, was made as a generic dish so it could be used to feed a dog or other animal. Some of the more common, recent productions have the word DOG or KITTY printed on the front. Taking into consideration the incised by hand marking on the bottom, RRP Co Roseville, O USA this is an older piece, which dates the manufacturing time frame to the 1940's-1950's era, possibly even as early as the 1930's according to Lois Lehner's, U.S. Marks on Pottery, Porcelain & Clay identification book. There are rough areas associated with stoneware along with surface wear/staining associated with use, however there are no cracks or damage present. If you are looking for a dog/pet dish that was designed to stand the test of time and stay in place on surface where you set it without moving around, this might just be the one for your pet. A heavy piece, weighing 3 pounds 3 ounces before packaging.
Delfts Blauw Holland Handpainted Bowl/butter Crock
This Delfts Blauw small bowl/butter crock measures 5 1/4 inches in diameter and is 3 1/8 inches in height. It features a dual sided design done in traditional blue and white. One side shows a windmill and buildings in the background; the other, sailboats and water. There are scrolls and floral accents around the central designs on both sides. There is some light interior stains with heavier staining underneath the base which is not seen unless the piece is turned over. A few areas of roughness around the rim where the glazing has worn away, however, there are no chips or cracks on this piece. The underside is marked Delfts Blauw Handpainted Made in Holland.
Gerold Porzellan Bavaria Ginger Jar Cardinal Decor
This porcelain ginger jar was made by Gerold Porzellan in West Germany. Jar measures 3 3/4 inches tall and is 3 1/2 inches wide at the widest point. Done on a white background, jar features a dual sided design on a Cardinal bird on a branch. Lid features matching branch design with gold band accent. Printed in black lettering on the bottom is Gerold Porzellan Tettau Bavaria Made W. Germany with the impressed number 5835/3. There are no chips cracks or flakes on this uncommon decor ginger jar.
1977 Blue & White Alfred Meakin Ceramic Calendar Plate
This 9 inch in diameter Alfred Meakin plate has a hand engraved pattern of a house on a hill with lake below and turn of the century figures in a boat and on the banks. The scalloped edging is surrounded by the 1977 calendar, complete with Zodiac names and symbols. Beneath the central scene are the printed words, God Bless Our House Throughout 1977. Stamped on the backside with the Alfred Meakin name, Staffordshire England, the calendar plate is in excellent vintage condition without any damage issues. An acrylic stand will accompany the purchase of the plate.
1973 Red & White Alfred Meakin Ceramic Calendar Plate
God Bless Our House Throughout 1973 is the printed phrase on the 9 inch diameter plate under the country farmhouse scene with figures cutting down trees for firewood and loading their supply into a horse drawn cart. Surrounding the scalloped edging is the 1973 calendar along with Zodiac names and symbols. The Alfred Meakin name is stamped on the backside of this wonderful vintage condition plate which has no cracks, chips, or nicks. An acrylic plate stand will accompany the calendar plate for ease and readiness of display.
Alfred Meakin 1973 Brown & White Ceramic Calendar Plate
Marvelous brown and white 1973 Alfred Meakin calendar plate is 9 inches in diameter and has a central scene of country home with figures cutting down trees for firewood to load onto a horse drawn wagon. The gently scalloped edging is surrounded by the 1973 Zodiac calendar with corresponding names and symbols. Underneath the farmhouse scene is printed, God Bless Our House Throughout 1973. The plate is in very fine vintage condition with no damage issues and is stamped with the Meakin name, Staffordshire England on the backside. An acrylic display stand will be sent with the 1973 Meakin plate.
Royal Doulton series ware Isaac Walton from the Gallant Fishers series. This is number D2312, with the caption The Jealous Trout that low did lie, Rose at a well dissembled fly . And Where in a brook with a hook, or a lake,fish we take. From the book The Compleat Angler by Izaak Walton. The illustration is by C.J. Noke, and bears his signature on the plate. This is a rack plate, with a willow tree border. Introduced early 20th century, and added to until 1938. Discontinued during W.W.II. Measures 27 cm diameter (10.3/4 inches). Slightly dish shaped, 3 cm high (about 1.1/4 inches). Has some clean crazing, but excellent condition overall.
Filler Portuguese pottery vase. Shapely, footed vase having a wide mouth, narrow neck, and bulbous body. Vase has a white background with hand painted brown designs of scattered flowers, buildings, a bird and a bunny. Made in Portugal. Size: 6 1/2 inches tall. Condition: Excellent.
Conimbriga Portuguese pottery demitasse cup and saucer having hand painted designs of flowers, birds, and butterflies. Made in Portugal. Cup: 2 1/8 inches tall; 2 1/4 inches wide. Saucer: 4 7/8 inches. Condition: Very good. Set has a couple of manufacturer flaws. The interior bottom of the cup has paint specks; the saucer has a glaze miss or pop on the rim.
Wonderful blue porcelain egg from the Hummel collection. The 3 egg has a boy with his goats on the front and on the back it states, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Little Goatherder, The Danbury Collection, 1994 . Has a stand to place the egg on. Stand has a chip of paint off, but otherwise in excellent condition. Egg is in excellent condition. Have the set of 12, will deal for all.
Wonderful pink 3 porcelain egg from the Hummel collection. Front of the egg show a gril with her pet lamb. The back states, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Favorite Pet, The Danbury Mint, 1993 . Has a wooden stand to place the egg on. Both stand and egg are in excellent condition. Have the whole set of 12, will make a deal for all.
Wonderful 3 light blue porcelain egg from the Hummel collection. Front of egg has picture of a young postman and back of the egg states, M J Hummel, Porcelain Egg Collection, The Postman, The Danbury Mint, 1993 . Has a stand to set the egg on. Both stand and egg are in excellent condtion. Have a set of 12 different eggs, will make a deal for all.
Wonderful 3 porcelain egg with a girl under and umbrella. It is one of a set of Hummel porcelain egg collection. The back of the egg states, M J hummel, Porcelain Egg Collection, Umbrella Girl, The Danbury Mint, 1993 . Has a stand to place the egg on. Stand and egg are in excellent condtion. Have a set of 12, will make a deal for all.
Wonderful 3 porcelain egg from the Hummel collection. Egg has a boy with umbrella on the front and on the back it says, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Umbrella Boy, The Danbury Mint, 1994 . Has a stand to place the egg on. Stand and egg are in excellent condtion. Have a set of 12 of these. Will make a deal for all.
Wonderful 3 egg of the Goose Girl from the Hummel Collection. Show the girl with the goose on the front and on the back it says, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Goose Girl, The Danbury Mint, 1993 . This egg is different from the others since it is pink porcelain. Has a stand to place the egg on. Stand and egg are in excellent condition. Have a set of 12, will make a deal for all.
Wonderful Hummel picture of a little boy taking a hike. This 3 porcelain egg is one of a set of 12 Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection. The the back of the egg, it states The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Merry Wanderer, The Danbury Mint, 1993 . Has a stand to set the egg on. Porcelain has a light blue color. Both stand and egg are in excellent condition. Have all 12, will make a deal for all.
Cute little 3 porcelain egg with a Hummel picture of a little girl watering her garden. On the back of the egg it states, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Little Gardener, The Danbury Mint, 1994 . Has a stand to place the egg on. Both stand and egg are in excellent condition. Have all 12, will make a deal for all.
This wonderful egg is in pink porcelain where most of the other eggs in the collection are in white porcelain. This egg shows a girl kissing her doll, and on the back it says, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Kiss Me, The Danbury Mint, 1994 . Has a stand to place the egg on. The stand has a few paint chips, but otherwise in excellent condition. The egg is in excellent condition. Have the set of 12, will make a deal for all.
Wonderful porcelain egg from the Hummell Porcelain Egg Collection from the Danbury Mint. The 3 egg has the Hummel picture of a little girl an apple tree and on the back it has The M J Hummel, Porcelain Egg Collection Applre Tree Girl, the Danbury Mint, 1994 . Has a stand to place the egg on. All are in excellent condition. Have the set of 12, will make a deal for all.
From the collection of Hummel porcelain eggs made by the Danbury Mint. Egg is 3 1/2 tall and has the Hummel picture of a boy under an apple tree. On the back it states, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection, Apple Tree Boy, The Danbury Mint, 1993. Has a wooden stand to place the egg on. All are in excellent condition. Have the set of 12, will made a deal for all.
From the Danbury Mint this wonderful egg has a Hummel figuring playing the fiddle. On the back side of the egg it states, The M J Hummel Porcelain Egg Collection Little Fiddler, The Danbury Mint, 1994 . Has a wooden stand to place the egg on. Both are in excellent condition. Have all 12, will make a deal for all.
A beautiful porcelain bowl with a scalloped gold colored rim and a hand painted interior of yellow & pink roses done in muted colors. The bowl is bottom signed, Bavaria, Bavaria China, Hand Painted and number 2323 21. The bowl measures 9 ½ in. from rim to rim and 2 ¼ in. high. The bowl is in perfect condition. The shipping weight is 2 ½ lbs.
There is classic styling on this Wedgwood, Jasperware blue and cream ashtray decorated with embossed laurel leaves surrounding the rim. The 7 inch ashtray has six rest slots and is incised with the Wedgwood name on the backside, Made in England and has no cracks, chips, or nicks.
4 Germany B & W Ceramic Coasters Dusseldorf & Frankfurt
Measuring 3 3/4 inches in diameter, the four ceramic coasters have black German scenes on a white background. Three of the coasters are marked SACK on the backside and depict different scenes of Dusseldorf, including Benrath Palace, a Rococo structure completed in 1770. Now this building houses collections of garden art and natural history. The unmarked coaster depicts Frankfurt, Der Romer or The Roman a 10,000 meter building which has been the City Hall for over 600 years. Heavy bombing during WWII destroyed nearly half of Frankfurt, and this is one of the historic buildings that was gradually rebuilt after the war. The 4 coasters are in very good condition without any cracks, chips, or nicks.
Old Rrp Co. Ransbottom Pedestal Planter/jardiniere
This old RRP Co., Roseville, Ohio pedestal planter/jardiniere measures 5 1/2 inches tall, is 5 1/2 inches in diameter across the top, and 4 3/4 inches across the base. Done in a cream colored crackle glaze. There are some rough/uneven areas on the piece which occurred during the manufacturing process, and some surface marks/scuffs on the one side but no chips, cracks or flakes. Impressed on the bottom is RRP Co Roseville, O with what appears to be #397 USA.
Vintage W. S. George Gravy Boat - Raddisson W/ Chintz
Vintage W. S. George Gravy Boat with attached plate in the Raddisson Shape. Chintz pattern. Base measures 7 3/4 in diameter, Bowl Measures 6 in diameter at its widest point, 4 1/2 in diameter at the top. There is a spout on either side. There are 2 small chips on one side as shown; however, they do not detract from the beauty of this item nor from its functionality.
Please choose First Class Postage for this item. This 3 3/4 inch tall pitcher is a handpainted exotic bird pitcher made in Japan in the late 1950-60 era. It has a hairline crack in the porcelain which appears to have been in the blank as the paint is within the crack. It is in no danger of further splitting. The pitcher is marked Japan on the bottom.
Very attractive small ashet or platter with a floral pattern in the Japan patterned style with Imari colours, iron red and cobalt blue. Plate measures 35.5 cm by 25.5 cm (12 inches by 10 inches. No damage to body - a little wear to the pattern. Early 1800s, Georgian period. Staffordshire.
C. Pradalie's Minou-ettes fine porcelain cat mug and lunch plate displaying a pretty, green-eyed kitty resting by the window. Mug has an adorable cat-shaped handle, which gives the appearance that the cat is climbing up the side of the mug. Plate is marked Zrike, while the mug is marked Vista Alegre. Made in Portugal. Circa: 1985. Mug: 4 inches tall; 3 1/4 inches wide. Plate: 8 3/8 inches. Condition: Mug is in excellent condition; plate has glaze crazing on the back.
Beautiful contemporary red flower pot with colorful floral design. This large flower pot measures about 5.5 inches top diameter and 4.5 inches high. There is one very small wear mark on the gold trim on the rim. No chips or cracks. Circa 1990s. Also included is a wooden footed base, black in color, that measures about 4 inches in diameter. There are minor nicks in this base - Good condition. The Asian pattern flower pot urn is in Fine condition.
Hull Pottery Lime Green Kidney Shaped Serving Dish F19
This unusual Hull Pottery dish is done in lime green coloring, a change from their most common pieces done predominantly in browns or dark colors. Dish measures 12 1/4 inches long and is 6 inches wide across the wides part, tapering down to a narrow 1 5/8 inches at the smallest end, and is 1 1/2 inches tall. Impressed into the interior is what could be described a clover or x pattern. Impressed on the bottom is Hull USA copyright USA F19. In great condition, free of any chips, cracks, flakes or crazing. Great for use as a celery, pickle, or olive dish, or even as a candy dish.
This large McCoy Pottery Snacks/Popcorn bowl features a dual sided design with the word Snacks in raised lettering and done in a cocoa brown coloring. Bowl measures 7 3/4 inches across the rim with the eared handle adding another 2 1/4 inches to the overall width. It measures approximately 5 inches in height. Bowl was featured in McCoy Pottery's 1973 catalog (item # 27-7521-01). Impressed on the bottom is 7521, McCoy Copyright and USA. In very good vintage condition. There is a chip on the underside of the bowl in the area of the unglazed ring. This is not seen when the bowl is sitting upright, nor does it effect how the bowl sits or functions. Crazing is present throughout this piece, but not overly apparent because of the rustic coloring. This is a heavy piece, weighing 3 pounds 5 ounces before packaging. Great for entertaining or movie night at home.
I believe this colorful duck planter was produced by the Royal Copley Pottery Company. Unmarked. Stands 8 in. tall and the base measures 7.5 in. x 3.5 in. I find no chips, nicks, cracks, etc. Needs a bit more cleaning perhaps. From the '50's-'60's era. Colors are bright and colorful.
VINTAGE 1973 ~TRADITIONAL NORWEGIAN ROSEMALING ~FOLIO 2 ~PAT VIRCH ~1973 ~Folio-II ~ Eight full colored plates ~ 8x 10INCHES ~The styles of Telemark, Hallingdal and Rogaland ~Backgrounds are red, blue, green and gold, for rosemaling ~For color inspiration and design. ~They are also suitable for decorative framing and decoupage mounting. ~ 8 colored plates
VINTAGE 1972 ~TRADITIONAL NORWEGIAN ROSEMALING ~Folio-I ~PAT VIRCH ~Eight full colored plates ~ 8x10 INCHES ~In the styles of Telemark, Hallingdal and Rogaland ~Backgrounds are red, blue, green and black, for rosemaling, for color inspiration and design. ~They are also suitable for decorative framing and decoupage mounting.
Hull Pottery Oven Proof Usa Brown Pitcher 32 Oz. 6.75 In.1960s
This is a vintage 1960s near new condition with no signs of wear, dark brown shiny glaze milk, juice, gravy, etc. larger 6 3/4 tall Hull Oven Proof USA pitcher with a drip glaze around the top. It holds 32 ounces and is 6 3/4 tall. There are 2 glaze imperfections that you can see in the photos, and a chip on the bottom that happened before it was fired. Priced accordingly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Happy shopping at My Gigi's Treasures!
This large Navajo pottery bell measures 6 1/4 inches in height and is 4 3/4 inches in diameter across the base. Done in tones of royal blue, aqua, peach and black, the wrap-around design features a coyote on the front. The bell has a large soap stone clapper underneath and is signed in black lettering, Navajo Lyn. There is a leather cord attached to the top for hanging. No chips, cracks or flakes. Slight surface marks mentioned only for accuracy. With the combination of the scenes and color scheme utilized, bell is very striking in appearance and would make a wonderful addition to any south western display.
This pottery vase is called a wedding vase. The pamphlet still attached explains the history of the Native American wedding vase. Bottom signed Broken Arrow. Stands 5.5 in. tall and is 4.75 in. diameter at the top. The base is 4 in. x 3.5 in. In very good, undamaged condition. I believe this lovely pottery vase is from the '70's-'80's era.
This lovely pottery vase stands 8 in. tall. Measures 5 in. diameter at the top. The base is 4.25 in. diameter. Glossy spatter type glaze in green and white. Vertical ribbed pattern. Unmarked. Undamaged condition. You will find this vase very useful for many of your floral arrangements.
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German porcelain ballerina with both arms raised in her graceful dancing pose. She is dressed in a peach-colored tutu and Dresden's Lace ruffled skirt having a soft pink skirt overlay. She has a white bodice decorated with a gold gilt design, and a pink lace ruffle around her neck. Her feet are adorned with gold gilt shoes, and a yellow rose with gold gilt leaves rests at her feet. Made in Germany. Manufacturer unknown. Marked as shown in the last photo, and stamped 'Germany' on the bottom. Circa: Early 1900's. Size: 6 3/4 inches tall to the top of her raised hands. Condition: Some damage to the pink overlay in front, on back, and a couple of spots where just the surface layer is damaged, exposing the textured layer beneath.
Lovely, Sitzendorf German porcelain Dresden's Lace ballerina. She is wearing a blue bodice with white center and purple flowers, and white dresden's lace skirt and bodice ruffle. Hand applied porcelain flowers in various colors embellish her outfit and are scattered on the ground at her feet. She is completely hand painted. Made in Germany. Circa: Early 20th C. Size: 6 3/4 inches tall. Condition: Very good; some damage to the back bottom row ruffle on the right side.
Ardalt Lenwile China porcelain lady music box with dresden lace. This lovely lady is donned in a beautiful gown with a pink bodice having frilly, dresden lace ruffles about her sleeves and neckline. Her layered, flowing white skirt is blushed with soft pink, and is accented with hand painted yellow flowers and double rows of lace ruffles with gold gilt edge. This lady music box plays the tune of 'Que Sera Sera', and slowly turns while the music plays. Made in Japan. Circa: Mid 20th C. Size: 6 3/4 inches tall. Condition: Excellent.
Japanese Imari ceramic dresser dish with design of various flowers, a pair of birds, and borders of geometric designs. Fluted, fan-shaped dish with scalloped rim, and gold gilt trim. Nice colors! Size: 9 3/4 inches long; 6 1/4 inches wide. Condition: Very good; dish has heavy glaze crazing.
Meito China Occupied Japan Dream Of Hawaii Sugar Bowl
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A PRISTINE MEITO CHINA PORCELAIN SUGAR BOWL WITH LID FROM THE GORGEOUS DREAM OF HAWAII PATTERN! THE DESIGN IS OF BLOOMING CACTI. INK MARKED 'MEITO NORLEANS CHINA DREAM OF HAWAII MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN'. NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $8.95.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A GORGEOUS WALLACE CHINA 9.5 WIDE YE OLDE WILLOW PATTERN GRILL PLATE. INK MARKED YE OLDE WILLOW ENGRAVED FROM THE ORIGINAL PLATES 1832 WALLACE CHINA. NOT THE SMALLEST HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS WONDERFUL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $8.95
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A GORGEOUS VINTAGE GERMAN RESTAURANT WARE 10-1/4 WIDE GRILL PLATE! VERY NICE, SIMPLE PATTERN. I REALLY LIKE THE THUMB GRIPS ON THE SURFACE. WITH OTHER GRILL PLATES, WHERE DO YOU PUT YOUR THUMB ON TOP TO HOLD THE PLATE? IT'S USUALLY IN ONE OF THE SECTIONS, THEN YOU GET BAKED BEANS OR POTATO SALAD ON YOU! THIS THUMB HOLD GIVES YOU GREAT GRIPPING POWER. MARKED 'Germany handpainted' AND HAS '1031' ALSO. THERE IS A GOUGE ONLY ON THE SIDE OF THE RIM AND TWO GLAZE FLAKES ALSO. NO WEAR ON THE SURFACE. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $9.95.
This pretty vase is decorated with graceful curlicue handles on either side. Stands 4.25 in. tall and measures 3.5 in. diameter from handle to handle. Felt has been applied to the bottom so am unable to know if it was marked. Semi matte finish. Not glossy. I find no damage other than a glaze miss on the back side. Please view images carefully..
Made in Japan in 1961, the two ceramic wall plaques are a marvelous find for the Medieval enthusiast. The stepped plaques measure 5 1/4 inches square, with a different central raised design placed on a smaller inset block of 4 1/2 inches. One has a shield with a crown above, flanked by swords. The second plaque has a crest and lion design along with a visor helmet above and a sword on each side. The black, white and gold color tones are a visual stand out against the stepped design of the plaque and the 3-D appearance gives the plaque added punch. These two were meant to hang on the diagonal or in a diamond shape. There are two pre-drilled holes on the backside through which gold tone wire has been strung. Both are stamped in green Napco, Bedford, Ohio and are year dated 1961. In addition, there is a silver foil label with the National Pottery Company/NAPCO name, Made in Japan. Excellent condition, vintage plaques without cracks, chips or loss of color are ready for your medieval display.
Prior to changing the name to Bennington Potters around 1960, David Gil's company was known as Cooperative Design. There, he and other Alfred designers fashioned all sorts of interesting Mid-Century items. Having trained at Alfred University, Gil came to Bennington in 1948. His designs are included in many Mid-Century exhibits and catalogues. This is the #1342 rimmed covered casserole with metal bail handle. It is done in an early teal glaze. It measures 10 1/4 inches across x 7 inches wide. It has a lid which features a metal handle which was formed into the pottery. . It would make a great baking and/or serving dish as. It's a good-sized practical dish. It would look great with your McCobb or Eames buffet. The casserole bottom is marked 1342. The lid is marked 1342 C, most likely the C refers to it being the cover. There is a tiny pinpoint flake on top rim though it is so small it is just on the inside part of the top rim which slopes down toward the handle. It was there when I bought it and will be there when you buy it. I describe my items accurately. It is signed with the earlier transition mark which includes the words Bennington Potters and also Cooperative Design. This makes it more circa 1960-1961 than 1964. Add it to your Bennington Potters or collection of Mid-Century pottery today.
This planter is from the series Bookd of Rememberance made by Royal Winsor. Wonderful planter looks like an open book to the Lord's Prayer and daisies on the page. Planter is 5 tall and 6 wide. Has Books of Rememberance by Royal Winsor on the bottom of the planter. In excellent condition.