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 book features full color and black & white digital images, along with pattern names or pattern numbers from the following makers: Altrohlau Epiag Jean Pouyat Paul Muller Schumann Wm. Guerin. OUR NOTES: This series is prepared by and sold by Replacements, Ltd. Replacements Ltd. is the premier supplier of replacement china and glass, and has the most comprehensive knowledge of many of these patterns. There are a total of 7 books in this series, and we carry them all For a dealer of antique china, there is probably no more comprehensive and better set of books to aid in the identification of china and dinnerware purchased from estate tag sales, auctions, etc. These books would be of great assistance in particular with unmarked china. Covers both the truly old and the more recent! It features the top patterns from each manufacturer listed for that particular volume. Each image is digitally captured in full-color and listed with pattern name and trim color. Each section also includes a brief manufacturer history of how each company was started and the dinnerware it produced.
Collector's Compendium Of Roseville Pottery, Vol 1
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. Monsen and Baer's Roseville pottery, including Futura, Falline, Artwood, Earlam, Cosmos, and Artcraft. This book ncludes photographs and thorough discussions of six Roseville lines. Both volumes have original, in-depth analysis on company history, Frank Ferrell, the Roseville style, identification and valuing, and more. Includes a price guide for the lines covered.
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. Auction appealtwo Rookwood pieces sold for more than $57,000 each during a Rookwood auction at the Cincinnati Art Galleries in Spring 2007 the same auction house where a Rookwood vase sold for $305,000 in 2004 Author is a lifelong art pottery enthusiast and respected auction director, who handled her first piece of art pottery at the age of three Attention to identifying details such as the excellent Rookwood marking system sets this reference apart from other guides Warman's Rookwood Pottery teaches both novice and advanced collectors to identify, value, and affordably collect this exquisite style of pottery, while deepening their passion for it. With insight into the history of Rookwood Pottery, including 1,000 brilliant color photos and explanation of the marking dating system, this book delivers more than pricing and identifying details, it demonstrates why there is such interest in this pottery.
Ss Allach German Porcelain 1938/39 Catalog Reprint
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. Professional reprint of the original 1938/39 Allach catalog illustrates and describes pieces manufactured by the Allach porcelain factory.
Conta & Boehme Porcelain By: Janice & Richard Vogel
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. A brand new identification and value guide, published in 2001. 304 pages of interesting information about the history of the Conta & Boehme factory as well as a lots of pictures of their porcelain.
Victorian Trinket Boxes: A Handbook With Price Guide By: J. & R. Vogel
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. Fairing is a word given to items sold at Fairs popular in the mid to late 1800s. They include trinket boxes, matchboxes, figurines with captions, etc. These three fairing groups are listed in Victorian Trinket Boxes along with a brief history and mark of the company that manufactured them. Many pieces by Conta & Boehme are shown.
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 third edition has been completely revised with all prices updated to reflect the current market for the coming year. During 1999 and 2000 the Charlton Press published two Royal Worcester price guides, Figurines and Animals, to serve the Worcester collector, believing they represented two different collecting venues. However, two catalogues proved unnecessary, this move simply increased the cost, inconvienced the collector, and the solution was obvious, publish one catalogue for all Royal Worcester figures. All Royal Worcester Figures from 1900 to date, have been amalgamated into one volume. The third edition is 320 pages of Royal Worcester Figures listed in RW numerical order, the complete figurine and animal range. Also included with this revised edition are 32 pages of colour illustrations showing figures from the past 100 years. An alphabetical index is included for collector cross referencing between RW number and figurine name. New additions to an earlier series Les Petites coupled with four new series, Moments, Ladies of Literature, Southern Belles and Ladies of the Isles are all incorporated into the new listing bringing the third edition current to 2005. Naturally, all information carried in the previous catalogues has been brought forward, designer, size, colourways, dates of issue and discontinuation, varieties and pricing are all updated for the current market place, which a collector or dealer will need for 2005. With the rebirth of the famous Worcester Candle Snuffers in 2000 we have taken the liberty of adding the new Connoisseur Collection to the figurine catalogue. Over fifty snuffers issued between 2000 and 2004 are listed and priced. The third edition of Royal Worcester Figurines is the most comprehensive guide of its kind.
Royal Bayreuth: A Collector's Guide By: Mary Mccaslin
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 porcelain made in Tettau, Germany has attracted a growing number of collectors. Operating since 1974, the Royal Bayreuth firm, also known as Royal Tettau, continues to make porcelain in the present day. In this well-organized book, more than 1,300 examples of Royal Bayreuth porcelain are described and illustrated in exquisite color. This book also includes a 1998 price guide. Categories include: Tapestry ware (Scenic, Corinthian or Classic), Rose Tapestry, Sunbonnet Babies, Figurals, and much more. The author, who has made several trips to the Tettau factory, offers helpful information on company history, production methods, trademarks, and collector guidelines. The concluding chapter discusses the current operation of this business. This book is an essential reference for all persons interested in European porcelain.
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. Appendices include: Weller marks, Signatures of Weller artists, Chronology of Weller Pottery, Signatures of Unknown Artists, Additional Artists & Workers employed at Weller (some biog. details on them will be in Book III) 128 pictures in color, 64 in black and white. Chapters on the Weller family and the presidents of the Pottery. Chapters on William A. Long, Frederick H. Rhead, Levi J. Burgess, John Lessell, Thomas J. Wheatley: their lives and contributions to Weller. Biographies of several other Weller artists. Chapters on Hudson, from early to late Hudson. Color photos of a major collection of the Weller birds and animals (Chapter X). New information on the Lavonia and Hobart figurines, console sets etc. 30 years or research!
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. Content this volume complements the earlier volume by Reiss by providing color photos of items depicted earlier in black/white along with hundreds of additional items, purportedly this 2-volume set covers every known production line piece of Red Wing, Items are arranged by factory number and numbers that have been re-issued by the factory are so noted, also includes a few pages of black/white catalog reprints, speciality items, test plates and lunch hour items, with separate price guide c.2003, color & black/white photos, with values. Redwing. 2003 Price guide included.
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 book is the FIRST comprehensive work on Sumida ware to be published and represents over ten years of research and photography of more than a thousand pieces of Sumida ware. Printed in FULL COLOR showing over 700 different pieces of Sumida ware, some full sized. A MUST for the collector, dealer, and appreciator of Japanese pottery that has beauty, charm and humor.
White Salt-glazed Stoneware Of The British Isles By: Diana Edwards, Rodney Hampson
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. White Salt-Glazed Stoneware of the British Isles is the first book on salt-glazed stoneware since 1971. This book is the first to cover salt-glazed production in the whole of the British Isles, not simply the production in Staffordshire. Beginning with the introduction of salt-glazed stoneware into England by German and Dutch potters in the mid-seventeenth century, and John Dwight's patent of 1672, this book goes on to discuss in detail early industrial stoneware, the manufacture from raw materials to producing and decorating the pots, to marketing and distribution, and even the history of collecting salt-glazed stoneware. There is a chapter on the American market and the final chapter identifies, for the first time, a number of manufacturers who produced salt-glazed stoneware, attributions made possible by the excavations of pottery sites. Beyond that, there are five invaluable appendices with details of all manufacturers of salt-glazed stoneware identified thus far, price lists from the eighteenth century and an extensive bibliography.
Joseph Kishere & The Mortlake Potteries By: Jack Howarth, Robin Hildyard
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: - This fascinating volume provides the definitive history of the small but important Mortlake pottery established by Joseph Kishere in the late eighteenth-century. It focuses on the working life of Kishere and his stoneware products. The book is based on the writings and research of Robin Hildyard, Jack Howarth and the late John Eustace Anderson. Each of the contributors brings a different but complementary perspective to the subject. Andersons book A Short Account of the Mortlake Potteries was published in 1894, some fifty years after the closure of both potteries. His material relied heavily on the fading memories of local residents, in particular one or two surviving members of the Kishere family. Combining an artistic, commercial and historical approach, Robin Hildyards Stoneware section gives a comprehensive overview of the English salt-glaze potteries and identifies Joseph Kisheres niche in a very competitive market. The style and range of his products, from the origin of the potworks to the final closure, are described in detail and fully illustrated. The third contribution, from Jack Howarth provides an insight into the history of the Kishere pottery by tracing Joseph Kisheres ancestry back to the earliest contacts between his father, Benjamin, and John Sanders when both families resided in Lambeth. Joseph Kishere and the Mortlake Potteries updates and expands the story, bringing Joseph Kisheres role to a far wider audience. The definitive history of this small but important pottery Showcases more than 100 illustrations Features comprehensive appendices which includes a section on John Eustace Andersons stoneware collection
Victorian China Fairings Collectors Guide By: Derek Jordan
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. Fairings were definitely made for the huge English Fair market. The word fair comes from the Latin feria meaning holiday, a great day for the masses, a chance to catch up on gossip, fashions, new ideas and generally to have a good time and perhaps buy or win a small china ornament. Today we call these small German ornaments of the Victorian/ Edwardian period, Fairings. This comprehensive work is the definitive guide for the novice and experienced collector of fairings, covering the history, values, repairs and fakes, with over 400 beautiful photographs in colour. These photographs are all indexed for quick, easy reference as to identification and value. The only book available on the subject, Victorian China Fairings The Collectors Guide is an absolute must-have reference for collectors, auctioneers and dealers.
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 new book contains a good deal of new information and a large quantity of hitherto unpublished illustrations. Much of the documentary evidence is also published for the first time and a good deal of further material is included to be made available to a far wider readership. The author deals comprehensively with the Nottingham Road, Derby factory, its staff and its wares with detailed biographies on anyone and everyone connected with production and sales during the period of 1748-1848.
Godden's Guide To Ironstone, Stone & Granite Wares
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 is the first book to be devoted to British Ironstone China and the related stone china and granite ceramic bodies. This important and wide-ranging Godden's Guide follows and complements the acclaimed Godden's Guide to Mason's China and the Ironstone Wares, explaining the rise and development of British ironstone china and the related stone china and granite wares. Chapters are devoted to Mason's Patent Ironstone China and the large auction sales of surplus stock in 1818 and 1822 The major portion of this book - Chapter VI - gives details of some three hundred and fifty British manufacturers of ironstone-type wares, their working periods and basic marks. Many of these firms and partnerships have not previously been noted or researched. The three appendices include lists of manufacturers' initial marks and trade names, the registered ironstone shapes and the British ironstone manufacturers working in 1885 and 1900. An interesting late Victorian illustrated trade catalogue is also discussed and salient points highlighted. This unique Godden Guide fills one of the last voids in ceramic literature and research and will be of the utmost interest and assistance to collectors, dealers and auctioneers the world over.
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. Griselda Lewis provides a comprehensive overview of pottery in England from earliest times to the late twentieth century. She gives invaluable information on the distinguishing attributes of the many different styles of pottery manufacture, from slip ware to studio pottery as well as of the different factories from the well known, such as Wedgwood, to the lesser known. She also offers an overall perspective of the development of pottery styles and techniques over the centuries. Chapters include: Slipware Stoneware Tin Enamelled Earthenware Salt-Glazed Stoneware Lead-Glazed Red Earthenware Wood Items Wedgwood Cream Coloured Earthenware Pearl Ware Stone China Spode early transfer printing 19th Century Transfer Printed wares Lutre decorated earthenware Pratt Ware Multi-coloured Transfer decorated pot lid & other ware White felspathic stoneware Stoneware jugs Peasant ware Enamel colored figures Victorian cottage pots and portrait figures Glazed wares and decorative Victorian Tiles. Also chapters on artist potters, modern artist potters and factory made 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. Royal Doulton Series Ware Book 3 is the third on the subject of Series ware. This volume continues the study by investigating Royal Doulton's contribution to the nursery. Successive generations of children in many parts of the world have been weaned on baby plates and mugs from the Burslem Pottery.
Karol Western Pottery California Scenic Hills Bell
Designed in a traditional school bell shape, this 5 1/2 inch tall bell with a 3 inch in diameter opening across the bottom is a well-done state collectible. Handle and top portion are done in a solid ivory color with narrow brown bands below the handle. The body of bell has a wrap-around design of California homes in the hills and mountains done in shades of brown, with a few green, red, and yellow color splashes. A beaded clapper hangs inside, and has a clear resonant sound when bell is shaken. Karol Western gold foil label in place, Made in Japan.
Interesting figure of a person holding a tall lance or pole - done in an unusual yellow background glaze color. I believe this is transfer printed and hand colored. Measures just under 6 square - in very nice condition. My best estimation is that this is from around 1930's-40's. (#1719) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery
Homer Laughlin Company Golden Wheat Cup/saucer Set
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY CUP AND SAUCER SET FROM THE HOMER LAUGHLIN COMPANY GOLDEN WHEAT PATTERN! NOT A HINT OF USE AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $6.95.
Homer Laughlin Company Golden Wheat Set/3 Fruit Bowls
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY SET OF THREE 5-3/8 WIDE FRUIT BOWLS FROM THE HOMER LAUGHLIN COMPANY GOLDEN WHEAT PATTERN! SOME OF THE GOLD BAND IS WORN AND ONE HAS A PINHEAD SIZE NICK ON THE RIM. GOLD GOLDEN WHEAT MADE IN U.S.A. 22K GOLD OVEN PROOF MARK ON THE BASE. SHIPPING FOR THIS HARD TO FIND ITEM IS $7.50.
Hand made, 1992 Chalet Suzanne Polish Pottery tea cup. Unique-shaped tea cup with pretty, hand painted designs consisting of a wide, blue ribbon swag border with red and green highlights and raised white beading. The blue handle has raised white beading, as well. The interior of the cup displays large, cobalt blue circles with finishing touches of the same raised beading. Condition: Excellent.
This is a well executed painting of three bluebirds sitting on pine tree branches. Signed in the lower right corner - E. Thorne. Painted on a National Tile Company tile, - with a patent date of December 3, 1907. The National Tile Company was in business, in Anderson, Indiana, from 1903 -1966 - so this was done in the earlier years of the company. There are some small impurities on the tile surface (near the center) - difficult to see unless the tile is tilted at an angle. The tile measures 6 square - the framed dimensions are 7 1/2 square. (#T-1394) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery american
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY ALFRED MEAKIN CHINA PINK SEVERN 9 RIMMED BOWL! BLACK INK MARK ROYAL IRONSTONE CHINA ALFRED MEAKIN ENGLAND . THERE IS MODERATE USE ONLY 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 LOVELY KNOWLES, TAYLOR, KNOWLES 6.5 WIDE PLATE! THE DECORATION IS THREE PRONGHORN BOUNDING OVER A ROCKY KNOB WITH MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND AND DOUBLE GOLD BANDS. THE MARK ON THE BASE IN GOLD IS COMPLIMENTS H. AND ALSO HAS IN GREEN INK THE K.T.K. CO. SEMI-VITREOUS PORCELAIN MARK. THERE IS LIGHT CRAZING ONLY AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $6.95.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A PAIR OF 7-1/4 WIDE MATTE OR SATIN WHITE FRANKOMA POTTERY EASTER PLATES. ON THE FRONT IS EASTER 1972 JESUS IS NOT HERE... ...HE IS RISEN AND ON THE BASE ORAL ROBERTS ASSOCIATION TULSA FRANKOMA O.R.U. 1972 . ONE PLATE HAS A SMALL CHIP ON THE RIM AND THE OTHER HAS TWO CHIPS ON THE RIM. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $7.50.
Pilkington Hand Painted Tile - Mountain Lake Scene
This attractive hand painted tile was done on a Pilkington tile blank, measuring 8 5/8 x 4 1/4 . Then it was set in a metal holder with curly cues. The colors in this mountain / lake scene tile are gorgeous - reminiscent of the purple mountain majesty phrase, although it's not known exactly where this locale is. Signed D. Williams - probably from the 1930's - 1940's. In excellent condition. (#T-1392) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery
This is an unusual ceramic tile paperweight in a silk box. The round tile is a heavy pottery - intricate molded design of a Chinese dragon - nice large self framing edge - goldish brown majolica glaze. This came in a silk covered box with an ivory (or ivory type) clasp. Lined in a shiny red material - the red silk sidestrap needs to be re-attached at the bottom. The tile measures 5 3/4 in diameter and almost 3/4 thick. The box 6 1/4 square by 1 1/2 thick. I believe these to be Chinese and probably from the 1940's or 1950's. Both the box and the tile are in very nice condition. (#T-1393) Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery China oriental Asian paper weight
From the Historic England series, this sandwich plate shows Queen Elizabeth I at Kenilworth Castle riding with presumably the Earl of Leicester. (Kenilworth was the home of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, who was the favourite of Queen Elizabeth). Pattern number D5940. This series was introduced in 1938 and withdrawn circa 1952. Plate measures 23 cm by 18.5 cm (9 inches by 7.1/4 inches). Excellent mint condition.
Single Derby Posies pattern coffee can and saucer by Royal Crown Derby - very fine bone china, gilded rims and handle bands. Cup is 6.3 cm high and 6.7cm diameter (2.1/2 inches by 2.5/8 inches). Saucer is 13.1 cm diameter (5.1/8 inch). Dates Post War. Excellent condition. We have two of these for sale at this price each.
Hoenig Pottery Of California 3 Turquoise Apple Bowls
Wonderful high polished glazing on three Hoenig of California figural apple bowls. Would certainly complement that Art Deco, Retro kitchen or simply just for display. Measuring 6 inches long by 5 1/2 inches wide, the bowls have an open leaf top handle, and two ceramic bars on the backside to rest above a table or shelf surface. The bowls have no cracks, chips, nicks or crazing and are marked with Hoenig, Calif, USA, along with mold or pattern #734.
Polished brown and turquoise glazing on this 5 3/4 inch tall bell done in red clay and signed Vogel. This bell would be a terrific complement to a Southwest or Native American décor. Diameter across the bottom opening is 4 1/2 inches and there is an attached pottery clapper in place. Bell has looped handle with 1 inch opening and is in marvelous condition without cracks, chips, or nicks.
Cowboy Hat Toothpick Holder--White ceramic cowboy hat with hole in top for toothpicks--Front of hat has brown colored records, music notes and guitar on each side with Nashville in the center--3 1/2 inches long x 3 inches wide
This vintage tile has a wonderful Chinese / retro design! Done in a high glaze burgundy background with matte gold to gold/brown in the recesses. Made by the Wheeling Tile Company, of Wheeling West Virginia, circa 1940's. This is one of four in stock. Great for an indoor installation project or make your own tile topped table out of these! In very nice condition. (#1652) Key words: art tiles vintage ceramic collectible
This Pottery Planter measures 4 1/4 inches in height and is 5 inches in diameter across the top. Done in a simple color scheme of gold and white with a brown interior with peaked edges. Free of any chips, cracks or flakes. There is crazing present only on the brown interior glaze, with the exterior free of crazing. Impressed into the bottom is 13/1 Made in W Germany 2331.
California Pottery leaf veined bowl measures 6 1/2 inches in diameter across the top and stands 2 3/8 inches tall. Bowl is done in an eggshell or off-white color with brown and tan speckles. The interior features a raised leaf-like pattern. Bowl would work great as a candy dish or for serving condiments or small finger foods like olives. Impressed into the bottom is Calif USA, although with other lettering that is difficult to distinguish. This high gloss bowl is in great condition, free of any chips, cracks or flakes.
Stangl Pottery Town And Country Blue Spongeware Creamer
This Stangl Pottery creamer looks as if it was minimally used, if at all. Done in the Town and Country pattern of blue and white spongeware. Creamer measures 3 1/2 inches tall and is 3 1/2 inches in diameter across the rim to the pouring spout, excluding the handle. Stamped on the bottom: Hand Painted Stangl Trenton, NJ Since 1805 Town and Country.
Stangl Pottery Town And Country Cup And Saucer Set
This Stangl Pottery coffee cup and saucer set looks as if it was minimally used, if at all. Done in the Town and Country pattern of blue and white spongeware. Because the pieces are hand painted, slight variation in the coloring is to be expected. The cup measures 2 7/8 inches tall, and has a diameter of 3 inches. Matching saucer is 6 1/8 inches in diameter. Both pieces are stamped on the bottom: Hand Painted Stangl Trenton, NJ Since 1805 Town and Country. We do have multiple sets available in the same pattern.
Currier and Ives Series Bell--White with picture of water mill and timber in blue--says The Roadside Mill Currier and Ives 1979--Measures 5 5/8 inches tall--by American Treasury Limited Bell No 13352 Made in Japan
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A SET OF FOUR PORCELAIN CHINA BONE DISHES. THREE ARE ENGLISH, ONE IS AUSTRIAN. THE RAISED WHEAT PATTERN PIECE CLOSEST IN THE PICTURE IS IN THE BEST SHAPE, WITH ONLY A COUPLE OF CRAZING LINES. THE OTHER THREE HAVE A CHIP ON THE RIM OR STAINING. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $6.95.
I am almost sure this is Lefton, but does not have a sticker. It does however have Made in Japan, and number PR-32J on the bottom. Wonderful yellow roses on a porcelain vase. Vase is 5 tall and 4 3/4 in diameter. In excellent condition.
Wonderful medium size mixing bowl from the Hall collection. Bowl is 7 1/2 in diameter and 4 tall. Has Hall's Superior Quality Kitchenware on the bottom. Some crazing on the inside, but otherwise in excellent condition.
VINTAGE DRIP GLAZE POTTERY FLOWER POT JARDINIERE. 1910-1940. HEAVY THICK PITTERY. NO MAKERS MARK. 6 1/8in TALL, 7 1/4in WIDE AT MOUTH. HOWEVER NOT PERFECT. HAS OVER-ALL FINE AGE GLAZE CRAZING. A 3/8in WIDE CHIP ON THE RIM. AND WORST OF ALL A 4in LONG TIGHT CRACK GENERATING AT THE RIM. WONDERFUL COLORS. MAKES A GREAT DISPLAY.
Lovely, 7 Pc. Noritake Floral Tray Set. Consists of an 12 1/2 Oval Handled Tray and (6) Nut Dishes. The Nut Dishes are about 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 . As shown in the photo inside of these have a beautiful Floral design. Underside markings say Noritake Handpainted Made in Japan. All pieces are in excellent condition with no damage. Would make a fine addition to one's Porcelain/China collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
A lovely pitcher that is bottom marked Household Institute, Ovenware, Priscilla. Stands 5.25 in. tall and is 4.5 in. diameter from the spout to handle. Gold Trimmed. Condition is good. Just a very tiny nick on the spout that won't dimish display or use.
Vintage rectangular planter, flint gray with white drip. This New England piece measures about 2.25 inch high. The top rim measures about 6.25 inches by 9.5 inches. The bottom base measures about 3.75 inches by 5.25 inches. The bottom is marked CalArt Creations, Providence, RI, USA. There are some light water marks inside toward the bottom. No chips or cracks. Very Good condition.
Avon European Tradition Mini Porcelain Cup And Saucer
Petite Avon porcelain cup measures 2 1/4 inches tall and is accompanied by a 4 1/4 inch in diameter saucer. White background with deep pink/rose colored accents and a lovely design of birds on both pieces. Delicate and elegant, the cup and saucer have gold highlights on the edging and surrounding the bird decoration. The European Tradition collection from Avon celebrated old classic paintings from France, Germany, Florence, Italy, and the Netherlands. This French tradition cup and saucer is a reproduction of a painting dating back to 1750. Done in 1985, the excellent condition cup and saucer has the Avon stamp and information under the base.
Occupied Japan China 4 Mixed Lot Mini Display Pieces
Offered for your consideration is this odd lot grouping of Pico, Made in Occupied Japan miniatures. Three pieces, a cup, mini plate/saucer, and creamer have identical floral design of pretty pink and blue flowers with green leaves with gold banding. A fourth piece, another creamer, has a burgundy and pink flower pattern. Marked Pico, Occupied Japan, and Japan. Purchased at an estate sale which included many Japanese miniatures, this charming grouping has what appears to be a creamer with a ceramic insert secured into the top opening. There is a small opening in the cover which allows for 2 to 3 artificial buds. These are removable, the cover is not. Nice thing is you can switch flower buds from time to time for a new look. Petite cup is only 1 1/8 inches tall and measures 1 1/2 inch in diameter. The accompanying plate is 3 1/2 inches in diameter and has scalloped gold edging. The creamer/vase stands 1 1/2 inches tall and is 2 inches across. The remaining handled creamer in the non-matching floral design also stands 1 1/2 inches tall and 2 inches across.
The Upico design line was first introduced in 1938 by the Cambridge Ohio, Universal Pottery Company. It is a fine grade of semi-porcelain done with a heavy glaze treatment, and edged in 22K gold. This 11 1/4 inch x 8 1/2 inch platter has an ivory background, with a three rose and leaf decoration, and banding encircling the rim. It is hallmarked on the backside with the Universal Pottery name and an AFL Union label for the Brotherhood of Operative Potteries. The platter does not have any cracks or chips, but it does have some crazing and areas of acid staining at the flower decoration and on the backside.
Brown stoneware/ pottery mug, with raised animal figures on each side. No marker marks, has light crazing, a bottom rim chip and no other chips or cracks, has normal manufacturing defects.Size: 4-1/4 inches height, 3 inches across the top rim, and 4-1/4 inches across the base.
Oriental Design Macau Decorative Plate-bird On Branch
Such a pretty display plate for an oriental or Asian themed setting. On a silvery grey background, this hand painted 10 1/4 inch in diameter plate uses color palette of blue, gray, silver, green, red for its bird on branch and silky looking flowers. The plate is in very fine condition without any chips, or nicks and vivid color tones. There is a gold foil, Made in Macau label, which is an island off the coast of China. The plate also carries a red stamp with Chinese symbols, and for decorative use only.
Lefton China Miniature 10 Piece Tea Set-yellow Flowers
This is truly a mini, wee tea set, smaller in size than most miniatures. The scalloped, gold trimmed server/display dish measures 3 1/2 inches in diameter. The tea pot stands 1 1/2 inches tall on three petite feet. The creamer and covered sugar bowl measure 3/4 inch tall. Each of the cups is 1/2 inch tall and the saucers are 1 1/4 inches in diameter. Pretty yellow flowers with green leaves on a white background form the decoration on this miniature tea set. All the edging is trimmed in gold, and there are no condition issues on this Lefton, 1995, trademarked set.
Mauve tinged shell vase, very delicate china with three little feet and shell design embossing to the sides. Trefoil shape. Royal Worcester, with date mark making it 1913. Measures 10 cm wide and 5.6 cm high (4 inches by 2.1/4 inches). Excellent condition.
Both of these beautiful candle holders are artist signed by Herta. They say Wild Rose and #2309. At the tallest point they are 2 1/2 and are 4 1/2 x 4 3/4 . I find no chips, cracks or crazing on either piece.
This is a lovely fine china small compote. Adorned with beutiful flowers and ruffled rim is trimmed in gold. Measures 5 1/4 across and 4 tall. Has original gold paper label that reads: MADE IN CHINA. This piece has a small knick on rim (see picture). otherwise, this piece is clean, in very good condition and SHINY IN AND OUT.
Russel Wright Pottery Casual Nutmeg A.d. Coffee Pot
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A PRISTINE RUSSEL WRIGHT POTTERY IROQUOIS CASUAL 4-1/4 HIGH TO THE RIM, NOT INCLUDING THE LID, AFTER DINNER COFFEE POT IN THE NUTMEG GLAZE. INK MARKED 'IROQUOIS CASUAL CHINA BY RUSSEL WRIGHT'. THERE IS A FACTORY GLAZE SKIP ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SPOUT AND A PRODUCTION FLAW ON THE FOOT. NO NICKS, CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE EXAMPLE FOR YOUR COLLECTION IS $8.95.
THIS IS AN OFFERING FOR A LOVELY PURINTON POTTERY INTAGLIO COOKIE JAR WITH IT'S WOODEN LID! THERE IS ONLY A LIGHT STAIN ON THE EXTERIOR BOTTOM ONLY AND HAS NO NICKS, CHIPS, OR REPAIRS. SHIPPING FOR THIS FINE ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION IS $8.95.
Lovely vintage Yellow triangle shaped planter with attached underplate. Measures 6 1/4 x 3 7/8 x 3 7/8 tall. Unsigned. This planter does have a small chip on rim (see picture), otherwise, this planter is in good condition, clean and SHINY IN AND OUT.
Lovely vintage yellow and splattered with white planter. Measures 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 . Marked on bottom: U.S.A. 4002. One corner has a tineeeee knick, otherwise, this is a lovely, clean and shiny in and out planter.
Made in W. Germany Planter/Vase This is a pretty ceramic planter/vase in white glaze inside and out. Marked: 2196/13 Made in W. Germany. Vase has a an embossed fruits pattern all around. Measures 4 by 5 1/4 . In very good condition and SHINY IN/OU
Simple and quiet is this vintage and lovely ceramic vase made in JAPAN. Gray glaze inside and out. Measures 3 at base and increases up to 18 1/2 and narrows down to 1 1/2 opening. Bottom has original blue and white paper label. This vase is in EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Lovely vintage and very hard-to-find is this large swan by GONDER USA planter/vase. Measures 8 1/2 tall and 9 across and the color is MAUVE. Embossed on bottom: GONDER J-31 MADE IN U.S.A. This lovely piece is in excellent condition!
Hand made and hand painted from Valado Alcobaca Portugal, a small, footed dish with fluted sides. Dish features lovely, red roses with green and brown foliage, and cobalt blue designs. It has a wavy rim with blue trim and blue band around its foot. Numbered 847. Size: 1 5/8 inches tall; 4 inches wide. Condition: Very good. There is a 3/16 inch glaze chip on outside edge near rim. See photo 4.
Eames Era Designcraft Pottery white ceramic window planter. Signed on the back Designcraft Made in AMERICA. Measures 12 long x 4 5/8 wide and stands 1 7/8 . This planter is clean, in very good condition and SHINY IN AND OUT.
This is a Vintage planter. This is a little girl dressed in blue with white apron standing by tree trunk. KIC JAPAN paper label on bottom. Measures 4 1/2 at little girl's head. Planter measures 3 1/4 tall x 2 5/8 wide. This planter is clean, in very good condition and SHINY IN AND OUT.
Japan Pinched Lip Pottery Pitcher-figural Bird Handle
Wonderful pinched lip pottery pitcher measures 5 3/4 inches in height, 5 inches across the top from the handle to the pouring spout and is approximately 4 1/3 inches across the widest part of the body. Body of the pitcher is an off-white color with abstract handpainted design of a bird and leaves done in rust, blue, black and green. Figural handle is done in a bird shape with painted feathers and eyes. Bottom of pitcher is impressed Made in Japan. In good overall condition. There is crazing throughout the body of the pitcher, which appears like a crackle effect and lends to the charm to this piece. We also note discoloration on the interior of the pitcher.
Goss Pottery Covered Casserole Dish With Fruit Decor
This wonderful Goss Pottery Covered Casserole measures 8 1/2 inches in diameter across the top from tab handle to tab handle, and is 3 inches deep. Done in an off-white grayish pottery/stoneware/earthenware, it features a fruit design on the front exterior of an apple, pear, and blueberries. There are no maker's mark on the piece, but we had a larger casserole dish at one point in matching design that was marked. Be sure to view our other listing for matching berry/dessert bowls. Piece is free of any chips, cracks or flakes. Some surface stains are noted, although these do not detract from the functionality or appeal of the dish.
This wonderful Frankoma Pottery coffee set consists of 4 pedestal mugs, one covered carafe, and warmer which functions by placing a votive candle in the recessed area of the warmer stand with the coffee carafe sitting on top. The bulbous carafe is approximately 7 1/4 inches in height and 7 inches wide across the body including the handle. Matching cups are 4 1/4 inches tall and range in diameter across the tops from 3 inches to 3 1/4 inches. Because the pieces are hand-crafted, each piece is unique and varies slightly in size. All pieces are done in a mustard yellow color. Mugs are impressed with the Frankoma name and the shape number C13 on the bottom, although on one cup, it is hard to make out the marking. There is also a glaze skip on this cup under the base. The carafe is stamped on the bottom, with the Frankoma name and the number 82, although difficult to make out. Carafe has a 6-cup capacity. Warmer stand is 2 3/4 inches tall and is clearly marked Frankoma with no additonal numbers. The underside of the unit displays the unglazed, raw clay finish. In excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks, flakes or crazing. Pieces look to have been used for display only. A marvelous example of Frankoma Pottery which is functional, in addition to being an uncommon display piece.
Very unusual demitasse cup and saucer with flowers inside the cup. The cup stands 2 1/8 high and is about 2 1/2 across the top. The saucer is 4 3/4 across. Both pieces are in good condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The gold is also in good condition.
Very unusual demitasse cup and saucer with flowers inside the cup. The cup stands 2 1/8 high and is about 2 1/2 across the top. The saucer is 4 3/4 across. Both pieces are in good condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The gold is also in good condition.
Maurice Of Ca Pottery Pasta/serving Set/platter/dishes
For your consideration is a very eye-appealing Pottery Serving Set from Maurice of California. Set features one 14 x 9 3/4 inch serving platter and four 9 1/2 x 4 1/4 inch serving bowls that are 1 3/4 inches deep. Pieces are done in rich shades of caramel, tan and brown. We believe this to be a pasta/manacotti set, however, it would work well for serving corn or what ever you decide to whip up for dinner or party. In fantastic condition, free of any chips, cracks, flakes or crazing.
This 13 charger has beautiful pink flowers. They are surrounded by cobalt blue and gold. The gold shows wear. There are no chips, cracks or crazing. The back shows the mark of IPF Germany in brown. I would date this plate to the 1920's.
Black and white wall pocket, circa 1950s. Made by Studio Anna, Australia. It shows an aboriginal hunter, white etched through black., and there is a sgraffito line along the top in the white area. Pocket measures 18 cm high, and 12.25 cm wide at the top. It is 5 cm deep. (7 inches by 4.3/4 inches and 2 inches deep). Condition: some minor clean body crazing to the white, a small chip to the back edge on one side and a water mark inside, which would probably clean off with CLR. Very collectable.
Terra Cotta Art Vase - Cinched Drawstring Purse Design
A wonderful terra cotta art vase standing 5 1/4 inches tall with a ruffled, cinched top opening styled to resemble a purse with lavender drawstring, and flower buds design. Has a highly polished and glazed interior with the natural red clay matte appearance on the outside. A modern look combined with the use of the natural red clay sets this vase apart. Foil label under the base carries an NCE marking. This terra cotta vase is without any issues, and is display ready.
Lovely display, mint, calling card dish measures 5 1/8 inches in diameter and carries both a Limoges, France stamp in green and a gold printed Wm. Guerin mark on the backside. The white central portion of the plate is slightly recessed and surrounded by a delicate band of gold, followed by gold scrolling and again, gold banding. The heavier gold treatment on the outer edge results in an elegant, classic design. The plate is in excellent condition and appears to have been used for display only or stored away.
Pattern D5833, embossed oblong dish featuring David Copperfield, with Mr & Mrs Micawber. Brown edge. Introduced in 1937 and withdrawn during WWII. Dish measures 18.5 cm by 22.5 cm (7.1/4 inches by just under 9 inches). Excellent condition.
Porcelain cereal bowl, with central print of teddy bears playing football. Gilded flowers to outer edges., and self-embossed design. Smudged maker's mark, but probably Japanese for the export market. circa 1930s-50s. Bowl is 15.5 cm diameter (just over 6 inches) and 4 cm high (1.1/2 inches). Minor wear to the gilding and print, otherwise in very good condition.
Parian plate by Samuel Alcock & Co, Burslem , in the Staffordshire Potteries. Circa 1830-1859. Central relief moulded motif is a large grape leaf, with grapes, vine leaves and flower heads around the edges. Apart from a black mark (see extreme closeup photo), there is no damage to this plate. It measures 22 cm diameter (8.1/2 inches).
LOVELY set consisting of gravy boat and matching underplate, VERY GOOD FOR AGE CONDITION SHOWING SURFACE CRAZING WHICH IS VERY COMMON TO VINTAGE POTTERY,and SMALL NICK CLOSE TO SPOUT, please see our images, GRAVY BOAT MEASURES ABOUT 8 1/4 X 4 INCHES HIGH AND UNDERPLATE ABOUT 8 1/4 X 6 1/4 WIDE.EXCELLENT CONDITION.
FOR SALE IS A NICE STONEWARE COVERED BOX WITH COBALT BLUE ROOSTER DECORATION. THE OVAL BOX MEASURES 6 LONG X 3 1/2 WIDE X 2 1/4 HIGH, HAS STICKER ON THE BOTTOM PRESTIGE PLACE, DESIGN ADAPTED FROM THE MUSEUM OF AMERICAN FOLK ART, AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION.
Abc Pottery, Nautilus Shell Art Vase-versatile Display
This terrific art vase has a low profile, standing 3 3/4 inches tall and 6 1/2 inches wide but it packs a visual punch with its realistic natural appearance of a Nautilus shell, tiger type pattern. The overall mustard, ochre coloring enhanced with black line detailing would work well as a focal point for that beach, seaside, or cottage theme. This vase is in excellent condition without cracks, chips, or nicks, and has the ABC Pottery name, Wapello, Iowa under the base.
Ceramic Flower Dish or Planter--This large piece is white outside and red on the inside--Body has horizontal lines and each of the 4 sides has Chinese writing--Low foot--Has the look of old California pottery--6 inches tall x 10 7/8 inches long--Good condition--Marked: Shangri-la 202
Japan Moriage Hand Painted Art Vase-garden Scene, Birds
A marvelous early Moriage, hand painted art vase standing 8 inches tall depicting a striking garden setting with pheasant style birds surrounded by water, more birds, and flowers. The scene appears on two sides of the vase. This is a distinctive and well-crafted vase that displays fine attention to detail. In between the bird and garden scene is a crest like emblem with flowers and gold trimmed branching. The entire vase surface is decorated in multi colors, has the raised beading or moriage, and the gold enhancements. We have two identical vases, and this offering is for a single vase. There are marks under the bases, but to date we have not been able to identify them. One has a 21D stamped mark which most likely is a pattern or mold number. There are raised Oriental symbols but both of these are different in appearance, perhaps the name of the person who decorated the vase. The only note we make is of some minor crazing on the base, surrounding the markings. For certain, this vase is in fine, overall vintage condition and will not disappoint in artistry and design.
Lefton China 6 Inch Hand Painted Egg In Pastel Colors
Spring is represented here with the lavender, yellow, pink, blue, and green colors of this pretty Lefton egg. Done on a cream-colored background, the egg has hearts, leaves and flowers with a lavender bow design that wraps around the body and across the cover. An attractive display piece or for using to hold some of your special trinkets, this egg is in fine vintage condition without any chips or cracks. A foil Lefton label is in place underneath the base, along with the stamped number 516.
Lefton China Hand Painted 25th Anniversary Pitcher Set
The lovely pitcher stands 3 3/4 inches tall and is decorated with silver bells, a wreath and leaves on a white background. The undertray/bowl has a diameter of 4 1/2 inches and has scalloped edging with a similar silver design. 25th Anniversary is printed on both pieces. On the bottom of each is imprinted the Lefton name and Hand Painted, along with a foil label.
Marvelous Heinrich vase stands 4 inches tall and measures 3 3/4 inches across the top. Piece has a pedestal base, pinches inward, and has a wider flaring top. Vase is done on a cream background with a 1 1/4 inch red band depicting 3 different scenes on the Rhine River dating from 1860. In excellent condition, with no visible imperfections, vase is marked Heinrich, Germany with a crown mark under the base.
Charming raised design of a little girl in her strawberry bonnet on the front of the 3 inch tall dome-shaped ceramic bell. Soapstone/ceramic disc inside the bell has a clear resonant sound. Attached to the gold cording through the top of the bell are three ceramic strawberries-graduated in size from small (3/4 inch), medium (1 inch), to large (1 1/2 inches) which hang underneath the bell and add 6 inches to its length. No chips, cracks or nicks are present; just a slight loss of color on the red band decoration only.