Pennsbury Pottery 5 In Yellow Slick Chick Gourd Vase
This is a really cute 5 inch SLICK CHICK Gourd Vase made by Pennsbury Pottery. This Vase is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The painted decoration is all very good. Be sure to search our other Pennsbury available.
This is a really nice 4 5/8 inch high Fishermans' Mug made by Pennsbury Pottery. This Mug is signed Pennsbury Pottery on the bottom. There are two fishermen on one side each holding a fish and a large fish on the opposite side. This Mug is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The painted decoration is all very good.
Vintage, Pennsbury Pottery water pitcher. Light brown with one side displaying an American Eagle holding a banner with E PLURIBUS UNUM, and the other side with a shield-shaped American Flag with 13 stars. Dark brown interior. Pennsbury Pottery was in business from 1950-1971. The pottery was located on Tyburn Road, near Morrisville, Pennsylvania. Pitcher Size: 6 inches tall. Condition: Excellent.
Frog on Grocery Bag Vase, R.O.C., Pittsburgh. This cute vase is 3 2/3 tall to the top of the frog's head, 3 long and 2 wide. It is a pretty ivory color. The frog is perched on top of the bag looking over the scene. Below him it says: I had a bag of fun in Pittsburgh . It is in very good condition--no chips or cracks.
Pennsbury Pottery Rotary Club Washington Crossing Pa Dish
Neat old pottery or ceramic piece made by Pennsbury Pottery (an American Art Pottery or Folk Art Pottery manufacturer) as a collectible souvenir for the Rotary Club of Washington Crossing, PA (Pennsylvania, Penna.). We know this from the markings on the backside, the Pennsbury Pottery mark is incised or impressed into the piece with the Rotary Club mark stamped on. Small, round, vintage dish, made to be hung from the hole on the backside through which a string has been tied. Frontside is a great raised relief depiction of George Washington crossing the Delaware River (we are guessing it is the Delaware from the famous historical showing of that event) with other soldiers in a boat. The dish is the usual wonderful earth-tone brown for which Pennsbury Pottery was known, with darker highlighting to the relief and and black line trim. The lovely antique dish measures about 4 15/16 inches in diameter, sitting about 7/8 inch in height. We've provided 4 images, including a close-up of the marks. Please note that the white hot spots are reflections from the camera lighting on the high gloss surface. Wonderful condition, we see nothing major wrong, no chips, crazing, etc. There are some tiny stray surface scratches (which you can only see at an angle in bright light) and some other very minor surface wear (noticeable only on very, very close inspection)...nothing bad or a problem here at all, and to be expected from an older piece. Has the expected three dots or unglazed spots on the backside as made in the pottery firing. A terrific piece which could be of interest to collectors of Pennsbury Pottery, or collectors of historical memorabilia or souvenir pieces related to Rotary Clubs in general or the Rotary Club from Washington Crossing, Penn., or collectors of general items related to George Washington and his crossing of the Delaware (Washington crossing Delaware). Also would just plain look fun hanging on a wall with other pottery pieces in a room using earthtone decor.
Vintage Chef Planter, ceramic, Pillsbury Doughboy. This lovely white ceramic planter is 8 tall, 4 1/2 long and 5 from hand to hand. The Chef Doughboy has big blue eyes. He is standing with his hands out, wearing a chef's hat and carrying a big open flour sack on his back that has the word flour written on it. The piece is in very good condition--no chips, cracks or crazing. The Pillsbury Doughboy 1988 is incised on the bottom and it has a Pillsbury label.
This is a very early small creamer about 4 1/2 tall the background is almost white.(like the old Stangle) instead of brown. the pottery name is written in on the bottom.It has a very skinny yellow & green rooster on it. MINT