Large Hand Painted Faience Bowl, Rural Scene, French?
Large faience bowl - not sure where this is from. It looks like Quimper, but underneath is marked only Foregn (spelt wrong!) and 137 . The scene is a workman having a smoko break in the fields. His blue jacket and his spade and rake are beside him. In the background are two buildings, and what could be a large grainery. Scalloped edges, hand painted, large size - measures 10 cm high by 32.5 cm diameter (4 inches by 12.3/4 inches). Some small blemishes - four little round chips to the glaze/paint inside the bottom of the bowl, possibly where rough pieces of the terracotta have worn through the glaze. Also a very faint, tight hairline from the rim to bottom of bowl. Presents well, and is very usable. Heavy. Please ask for a postage quote before placing an order, as the system will reject the order without this.
This handled jug is made of stoneware. Possibly Red Wing Co. but is unmarked. Stands 5.75 in. tall and is 2.75 in. diameter at the base. I think it would be the 1 pint size. In good, displayable condition. It has a stain on the white part that seems to be in the glaze. Brown top to the shoulder. Please view images carefully.
Antique high back blue and white stoneware salt crock. 'Daisy on Snowflakes' is the pattern name. This crock is shown in the 1981 book on Blue the book shows a picture of one on a catalog page with the same shape, lettering, coloring and daisy, but I cannot make out if the 'snowflake' pattern is on it since the catalog page is in black and white and not very clear. Most of the early American pottery companies made these utilitarian items including McCoy, Monmouth, Hull, Roseville, Weller, etc. This crock has the original lid and displays very well. It has a couple of minor flaws as expected for this type of early stoneware. It has a rough spot and a piece of clay waste near the back bottom area. It has one tiny fleabite near top backside rim. Two old small chips or gouges off underside of lid which don't show. The bottom dry area is a bit gouged/lumpy but it doesn't affect stance or even show. Some pinpops in the glaze and a tiny clay separation line on front. No cracks or hairlines and no major chips. The minor flaws are insignificant and do not devalue old stoneware such as this. Only large chips or cracks would devalue it. A rare piece to find with the original lid. Age est: late 1800's to 1910. Price is firm. 2/13scsr
Four vintage mini stoneware vessels. First is the brown/white Paden City Artware jug that is 3 inches tall. I thas a noticeable glaze depression in the body of jug but that is just how it was made. Next is a very cool crock with ears and vertical lines; 2.75 tall, no lid. Next is a 2 handles jug with cork stopper that is 3.75 tall. Last is a one handled jug that is 4.25 tall and has faint mark on bottom that I cannot make out. It has some glaze pops on it also. Cool minis if you don't have a lot of space to display stuff. These look cool on old wooden spice shelfs or children's cupboards. 12/12
Vintage Brown Pottery Casserole Or Covered Bean Pot Ovenware8
Early Vintage Brown Pottery Casserole or Covered Bean Pot, this piece dates to around the 1920's to 1930's. It has a ringed pattern and is an early piece, unsure of who the maker is, although it could be an early Watt Pottery piece. It is 9 1/2 inches across, the bottom is 3 3/4 inches deep and when the lid is on it is about 7 inches tall. The bottom is nice and roomy so it could also be used without the lid for serving salad or a main dish. The lid is curved up fairly high and it would work well to serve a main dish such as chicken. It is in excellent condition, no chips but has two small flea bites on the outside edge and no cracks but does have a spot on the inside edge and on the bottom that occurred when it was made. Overall a very unique piece, perfect addition to your kitchen or collection. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of vintage pottery.
Cute Louisville stoneware covered container. Made in USA. Not sure if it is for teabags, sugar, salt, etc. Could be used for any of the above. It has no chips or cracks. It stands 6.5 tall. Has a sailboat design. 7/12scsr
Two antique stoneware butter crocks. The one with the daisy is the McCoy, c:1920's. Shown in a different color on pg. 15 Vol. 2 by B. Hanson. No chips or cracks. They are both 4.25 tall x 5.75 wide. Neither have mfg. marks and the McCoy book states this crock was not marked. The other crock has a very unusual cobalt glaze on the interior; (see pic #5; under a light it is cobalt blue). You also get the vintage Kay-Dee linen kitchen towel with patchwork quilt design name on it. Nice condition. 7/12scs
Carved Stone Decor, FAITH Wisdom in Stone, by Honor Gifts in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This statue makes one think by daring the soul to go beyond what the eyes can see. It is 4 1/2 long, 2 wide and 3 1/8 tall. It is beautifully carved in white stone with little green specks throoughout. It is in excellent condition with a Wisdom in Stone by Honor Gifts label.
Cool antique stoneware lidded crock. Bail handle. It does have some minor chips; one that shows just a little on bottom rim edge; one small chip on lid which doesn't really show when it is on the jar since it fits down into the jar. It has some clay waste near bottom rim on one side, and has some other small chippies/gouges off bottom which don't show, see pics. None of the flaws are uncommon on antique stoneware and do not devalue it like a large noticeable chip or crack would. It displays well despite the minor flaws as you can see. This item stands 7 inches tall x 5.5 wide. My guess is Weir, but it could be any of the early American pottery companies. The older books on Red Wing shows this type of crock; they call it a 'refrigerator jar'. It was likely for jam/marmalade or honey. 6/12clest
Uncommon figural antique creamer, Showing cow on a pedestal, finished in reddish brown high glaze finish and it is very much like Staffordshire highly collectible English figures, Unsigned, Round opening on the top of her back, serves to pour cream in and open mouth to pour cream out, Curved tail over her back serves as a handle, Tail, ears and horns are finished in gold tone color, In very fine condition no chips, This creamer measures from the mouth to tail about 6 1/2 inches long and about 5 inches high.
This mixing bowl is in Marcrest's Brown Daisy or Daisy Dot pattern. The pattern is a homey rustic design with alternating scallops, lines, and five-petal daisies, made by Western Stoneware in the 1950s for Marshall Burns as a premium line. The bowl is 8-3/8 diameter by just over 4 inches deep. Other than the typical glaze pops and skips common to Marcrest pottery, it's in excellent condition with a few stir marks to the glaze in the bottom but no damage.
This stoneware bowl is stamped inside Graetlinger Iowa Centennial 1893-1993. Measures 9.5 in. diameter and is 3 in. tall. In very good condition. Appears to not have been used. Bottom marked FP Dart Roseville USA. A useful item to use and display.
Has a fault, but still very stylish. Slip glazed in red and black over white - dish is in an ovoid shape. Typical 1950s Post Modern design by the iconic Rye Pottery. It has a shallow chip to the lip of the pointed end of the dish (more glaze missing than much pottery, would be an easy restore). Very slightly faded to color inside dish, but a pretty example with very retro style. Measures 30 mm high, by 147 mm long and 80 mm wide (1.1/4 inches by 5.3/4 inches by 3.1/8 inches).
An antique canning jar made of stoneware. Wire bale sealing mechanism. Stands 9 in. tall and is 5 in. diameter at the base. Half gallon size. Lid is marked Weir Pat. March 1st 1892. Minor wear and edge chips at base. Please view images carefully.
Great looking antique saltglaze crock with cobalt blue design. Has ear handles on sides. No lid. It is hand formed and stands 10 inches tall x 6 wide at bottom. It has crazing, and some areas are darker than others. Interior has some spider lines; (I don't feel any hairlines. Overall condition is very good for this type of antique saltglaze. Pic #8 is the opposite side. 12/12smc
Cool antique stoneware jug. Wood bail handle. It is 7 inches tall. Has some clay gouges, depressions, but no chips or cracks. Similar jugs appear in the older books on Red Wing, but most of the early American companies made them too. 11/11
A brown and white stoneware crock. Marked with a 3 which I believe indicates 3 gallon. Stands 10 in. tall and measures 10.25 in. diameter. Maker is unknown. Probably Red Wing as it was purchased in Minnesota and a good share of the crocks found in Mn. are Red Wing stoneware. One base chip and a glaze chip. Please view images carefully. Will still display well and is usable. This should ship via USPS Parcel Post due to its size and weight.
A brown stoneware crock with a glossy glaze. Slightly speckled. Stands 9.25 in. tall, 8.5 in. diameter at the top and a 6.5 in. diameter bottom. Marked with a G 4 P ? Hard to read. Maker is unknown. I believe from the 1940's era. No damage.
Lovely old jelly mould (or mold if you are North American) - brown treacle glaze exterior, white interior. The mould pattern appears to be fruit with leaves at the top. Impressed mark underneath D7 and 7. Also, Made in Luxembourg . Mould measures 8 cm high and 18.5 cm by 15 cm (3.1/8 inches high by 7.1/4 inches by 6 inches). Some brown age spots internally, but otherwise excellent.
Salt Glazed Stoneware Salt & Pepper With Cobalt Blue
A beautiful salt glazed salt and pepper set. They are grey and cobalt blue. The height is 3 1/4 by just under 2 across the bottom. There are no maker markings. The pepper has a slight discoloration, but not bad. No damage. Plastic corks in the bottoms.
Tall vase, retro design, dating from 1960s plus. Signed B.K in a circle. Incised pattern to sides. Dual colour glaze finish. Measures 29 cm high and 10 cm diameter (11.1/2 inches by 4 inches). Excellent condition. Ideal for flower arranging or ikebana.
A green stone container or flask. Stands 13 in. tall including the cork. 9 in. diameter at the widest part and about 2 in. deep. The design looks like Aztec so perhaps this is either Mexican or from Central America. The design appears to be hand carved. Leather strap attached to carry and the cork has been paper wrapped. Best guess is it's from the late '40's-'50's era. In good displayable condition.
Gres Gein Pottery France Bowls Pudding Custard Cups Vintage
Vintage Gres Gein Pottery France Bowls or Custard Cups. These set is a great find, made in the 1960's in France, these pottery bowls have a natural light brown body with a brown rim and a glazed interior. They are 2 1/2 inches tall and 3 7/8 inches across, they are all in excellent condition, no chips, one has a mold mark, one has slight signs of use, marked on the bottom with Gres Gein France. This is a seldom seen set, very hard to find line of quality pottery.
This Windmill high and is 5 across the very bottom. From handle to tip of spout is about 7 1/2 . It has raised tulips as a bottom border. There is normal wear on the pitcher for the age and usage it must have had in its day.
Large stoneware German stein mug, metal hinged lid. Measures 28 cm high and the base is 10.5 cm diameter 11 inches by 4.1/8 inches). There is some pitting to the metal of the lid. The stoneware is in excellent condition. The top band and the lower band are lustreware glaze, and there is a little minor scuffing to the lower one. Overall, excellent. Very colourful. Underneath stamped Germany and 7 .
What a beauty. This blue and white cuspidor is about 8 inches at the widest point and is 5 1/4 inches tall. It has the normal manufacture blemishes and is in very good shape for as old as it is. The pattern is Laurel Wreath.
A stoneware bottle with cork that stands 9.75 in. tall and is approximately 4 in. diameter at the shoulder. I believe it's from Portugal. Lettering is partially readable. Aveiro A 70s Filno is a partial reading. Neutral in color. No breaks, chips or cracks.
A vintage toothbrush holder. A white porcelain glaze on stoneware. Attach to wall with screws. Measures 4.5 x 2.5 in. and is 1.5 in. in height. Will hold 5 toothbrushes and a tube of toothpaste. In good, usable condition.
Hefty piece of Art Deco pottery! Melrose Ware, Australia. In wonderful drip glaze aqua green colours, with stylish geometric design to body shape. It measures 14.5 cm high and 24.5 cm diameter (5.3/4 inches by 9.5/8 inches). No damage or chips - some light crazing in glaze (which is mostly mat finish). Very heavy piece, very stylish.
An unusual jug in a deep brown color pottery with a glazed white interior. Stands 8.5 in. tall and measures 5 in. diameter. The exterior is embossed with a vine and floral design. I believe about a 1 gal. size. The bottom is marked with 179 W. No clue as to maker. I find no cracks, chips, etc. I believe from about the '40's era.
A crockery or stoneware beater jar decorated with a blue band near the top. Stands 5 in. tall and is 4.5 in. diameter. No chips, cracks, etc. Normal use marks inside the rounded base of the interior. Add your own beater to whip up some cream, eggs, etc. really fast.
Lovely old mixing bowl made of a yellow ware with a chocolate brown glaze and a fruits pattern on the sides. I believe it is from Marcrest as it is marked USA in a rectangle. It has one small glaze rub on the rim and a small chip on the foot or bottom. It stands 3 ½ tall by 9 across.
Royal Norfolk Christmas Coffee Mug Santa On Reindeer
beautiful Christmas themed coffee mug from Royal Norfolk. This mug retails on eBay for 9.99 This tall mug features a scene of Santa on Christmas Eve riding on one of his reindeer to deliver toys. This scene is on both sides of the piece. The mug measures a little over 4 1/2 inches tall . It is in great condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. dishwasher and microwave safe.
Antique stoneware mixing bowl with swirl side pattern done in a bright yellow glaze. Does show darkening in the crazing, not as dark as the image shows. Shows how loved and used this bowl was. The glaze inside the bottom is worn to a dull finish. Stands 4 ¼ tall by 9 wide.
With its elegant styling and generous capacity, this handmade pitcher is the ideal addition to a table or bar. The classic lines taper toward the hand-formed spout, allowing smooth pouring. The handle is molded to the surface for a seamless appearance and lasting durability and has a thumbnail rest to hold it securely while pouring. Lovely piece, Bulbous Bottom. Heirloom Quality piece with shiny glaze and Substantial in size. Dishwasher safe. Marked on the bottom. Will professionally pack and shop for best shipping rate while refunding any overage amount paid on shipping cost.
A stoneware lid that measures 8.75 in. diameter. Decorated with a 6 sided blue star and E E under a glaze. In good, usable condition. I don't have a clue what it was made for, or the manufacturer. Would also make a decorative display item. About 1 in. thick. No cracks.
Beige Gray White Spongeware Spatterware Salt Crock Lid
Stoneware with beautiful coloring on top glaze, light gray on center interior glaze. Metal Wire handle. Appears made to set flat on top, or down inside, is flat until 1 1/2 inches towards center. Maker and age unknown. Measures 5 9/16 inches diameter X approx 1/4 inch thick at edge. Very nice, glaze has a couple places that more dark blue or black under white. Nice replacement top for a 5 inch wide crock canister or bowl.
Vintage casserole bottom marked USA. Most likely a Marcrest or Monmouth. It is without a lid but in excellent condition. Has the wide band pattern. Stands 3 ¾ tall by 9 5/8 wide with the lid rim being 9 wide.
Kitchen Pump/Dispenser, Licensed by Sagebrush Fine Art, 2005. This hand-painted stoneware pump is 8 tall to the top of the dispenser and 4 in diameter. It is beautifully embossed with a brown moose standing next to a tree stump, with pretty evergreen trees in the background all around the sides. It is trimmed in the same brown color as the moose. The dispenser is in excellent as-new condition with the Wilderness Kitchen Pump Anita Phillips label.
Large antique stoneware hand painted jug. Signed 'Darlene 95'. Apparently Darlene wanted to embellish this antique jug to make it a bit more attractive. One side has flowers and strawberries; other side has same with some fruit. Corncob stopper. It stands 11.5 tall x 7 wide. Some discoloration on bottom rim edge; some old small chippies off upper rim; but overall it is in good antique condition. Age est: 1800's. 10/10smc
Antique George Jones Crescent Potteries in c.1907) The company Operated the Trent Potteries in Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire England. The diamond registration mark shown is from 1883. The company wes a Manufacturer of decorative earthenware and majolica-style wares c.1861-1951. From 1872 porcelain was also produced. After extensive research I was not able to find a square platter in any pattern. I did find an oval platter in this pattern with pink roses. I can only conclude that this is an unusual and perhaps rare platter. The condition of the piece for it's age is remarkable. There are a few utensil marks on the face of the platter but no chips, cracks, repairs or crazing. Overall it is quite shiny and the transferware pattern is excellent. It has an exceptionally deep bottom or deep well, to hold lots of juice. Imagine a large Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas Goose, better yet prime rib in this huge meat platter. This regal piece weighs almost 4 pounds.
This antique stoneware canning jar has a wire bail to seal the lid to the jar. Marked The Weir Pottery Co. and Pat# March 1st. 1892. Stands 7.5 in. tall and the base is 4 in. diameter. In good, used condition.
This is a super heavy vase. It is either stoneware or some type of statuary but is not terra cotta clay. Signed: 'Trish' on bottom. Attractive form. It has a one inch firing line/crack on body; it is not really very visible and is not a flaw due to handling; this is something that just happens during firing of the vessel and the clay separates, see pic 7. This item is 12.25 tall x 10 wide x 35 inches all around. It would work well in a Southwest style room; arts & crafts, primitive, contemporary or modern. 8/10st#3280
Vintage stoneware bottle form Edinburgh marked J Milne Brewed Ginger Beer. Stonehaven. Established 1846. Attractive tan color with dark brown imprint. Measures 9 inches tall. Condition is very good. The ceramic stopper is in working order.
Victorian or Edwardian ink or boot blacking bottle. Has a good pouring lip, and has the oval impressed mark Bourne. Denby . Measures 12 cm high and 5.6 cm (4.3/4 inches by 2.1/4 inches). Excellent condition - a very nice example.
Salt Glazed Stoneware Pottery Jug Flower Frog W Cobalt
Hand Thrown with applied handle, incised Cobalt Blue Floral and Leaf stem. Nine holes plus jug center opening for floral stems. Measures 4 1/2 inches tall. Gently used, looks like new. NIC on bottom in ink marker. Beautiful little piece of pottery.
Uhl Blue and White Stoneware Pitcher is in beautiful like new condition pitcher. There is interior crazing, but none noticeable on the exterior. This measures 9 1/2 inches tall has raised grapes on outside.
This useful covered container stands 3.5 in. tall and measures 5.75 in. diameter. Bottom marked Dakota Stoneware Bushnell S. D. Majestic buffalo or bison decorate the exterior. No chips, cracks, etc. Use and display with pride.
This antique stoneware crock or pot has a bail wire handle with a wood grip. Inside reads Delta Mfg. Co. Patented Sept. 28, '35. Minneapolis Minn. I believe this would have been produced by the Red Wing Pottery Co. Whoops!! This was produced by the Nelson McCoy Pottry Co. This information was just received, It is illustrated in a 1935 Nelson McCoy Pottery Co., product catalog. Thanks Steve for the info. It does have a chip near the hole for the bail wire handle and a couple rim chips. Please view images carefully. Stands 3.5 in. tall and is 5.5 in. diameter at the top. Even the wood handle is in good condition.
Blue Onion is just about my favorite all time pattern and and color combination and whoever made this fine looking antique Salt Box certainly did a fine job of applying the intricate Meissen pattern. The crock is about 100 years old, but has almost no damage of any kind. The worst I can find is a flea bite on the bottom edge. The flow blue coloring is bright and the white porcelain still has a brilliant shine. Another Salt Box or Crock designed to hang on the wall or to sit on the kitchen counter, it is clear that whoever owned this old piece took extra good care of it and that is lucky for us, because I think this is a real treasure. Measures roughly 6 x 6 inches.
Wonderful Old Blue & White, Daisy & Trellis Salt Box
Rare antique glazed stoneware salt box with a delicate blue over white, Daisy and Trellis pattern with the word Salt in raised blue letters and still complete with its original lid. These old time salt boxes, or crocks as some call them, were hung on a wall or placed on the counter near the stove. There are a few small chips out of the bottom edge of the crock and a larger one on the lid, but considering the age of this salt box and how easy it is to drop and break one of these heavy but delicate lids, I think you'll go a long way before finding another as nice as this. The crock measures six inches in diameter and is just under six inches tall. No cracks and no heavy wear. Just a nice looking old antique salt crock for someone's collection.
A wonderful, vintage stoneware jusg that stands 6 in. tall. The base measures 3.5 in. diameter. There is a number 10 on the bottom. No makers name or trademark. The word Mercury is in blue on the side of the jug. Perhaps used to hold Mercury?? Purchased from an estate in Minnesota. Perhaps produced by the Red Wing Pottery Co. I find no damage. Brown top and white below the shoulder.
Miniature Mini Stoneware Pottery Pitcher Brown Vintage
Shadow Box size Brown glazed Porcelain Pitcher with a ornate raised design of vertical Arches and Dots, with a Leaf Garland around the neck. Unmarked, maker and age unknown. Measures 1.5 inch tall. No cracks. Has a couple very shallow nicks along the top rim and a rub on the upper knob of the handle. Nice old pitcher.
HIGHLY DETAILED OLD STONEWARE BEER MUG, DECORATED IN HIGH RELEIF LOVELY CHURCH, ON THE OTHER SIDE FOREST COTTAGE AND IN THE CENTER BEAUTIFUL PICTURE SIGNED GENEVE WITH THE SWISS? SHIELD NEXT TO IT.SIGNED WIT CROSS SWORDS? MARK, EXCELLENT CONDITION, FREE OF DAMAGE, MEASURES 6 1/2 INCHES HIGH, US BUYER PLEASE PAY 14.00 (HEAVY), FOR SHIPPING PLUS INSURANCE.THANKS!
This is a very well made contemporary Edgefield style ovoid decorated jug by Charles Comolli, signed in various locations: bottom - CHAS COMOLLI/MAKER and ALBERT CO. GEO. ; back - CC ; front - STONEWARE FCTY . Great form and decoration. Approximate 1 gallon size - stands 9.5 inches tall. Very nice piece by a potter with relatively small production. Buyer pays shipping. Price reduced 2/12.
This 11 inch salt-glazed stoneware crock has the cobalt feather decoration often seen in late 19th century crocks of the Mid-Atlantic U.S. It is in excellent condition (one 1 inch long hairline crack at its outer rim does not show on its inside), and was somewhat over fired. It has a glazed interior.
This salt-glazed stoneware jug with cobalt blue decoration of a bird or parrot stands 11 inches high and is 7.5 inches in diameter. It is signed WHITE'S UTICA and was made between 1863 & 1876 by the White's Pottery, Utica, New York. It is in good condition having only two chips that were glazed over in the firing. Buyer pays for shipping and Virginia buyers pay 5 % sales tax.
Five vintage miniature stoneware vessels. Space savers! Hard to find! First are 2 tiny crock/beanpot shape jars that were made by Zanesville Stoneware Co., and are shown in the book. These were made for the Duchess Cheese Co. in NY, and are so marked on their bottoms. They are the dark brown and the tan crock; 2.25 tall; has one tiny fleabite on upper rim; one has fleabite on bottom edge. Next is a 3 inch Paden City mini jug; next is a cool crock w/shield mark on bottom, (UHL?). It is 2.5 tall x 3 wide, likely had a lid and handle at one time. Last is a small USA beanpot, (missing lid). As is, as found. These are great display items on a small child's hutch or wood shelf if you don't have room to collect the larger stoneware! 1/09variest'scs
Antique stoneware bowl. Also called a French pan or milk bowl. Monmouth made the same shape, but I did not see this design in the book. Might also be UHL. It is 7 tall x 9 wide; no chips; some lines in clay, crazing on interior, and some glaze pops. Upper rim has one tiny glaze separation line, (this is not a man-made crack; no change in color; the clay sometimes splits when fired and glaze oozes into it). Very cool old bowl! 11/08brcs
Bristol glazed antique jug. Not marked, but identical jug is shown in the book on Monmouth Western stoneware in the Weir Pottery section on pg. 29; the jug in book is bottom marked Alexis which is where Weir Pottery was located, (Alexis, Il). This jug has a corncob stopper; handles with holes and leather strap. No chips or cracks; all-over crazing; raised band around center. Very cool jug. It is 9 inches tall x 7.25 wide. Likely a moonshine jug. 8/08csbr
Lovely colours of aqua and pink drip-glaze in this Australian vase. No maker's marks. Measures 11.5 cm high and 11.5 cm diameter (4.1/2 inches by 4.5/8 inches). It has two small glaze losses in inside neck rim, otherwise in lovely condition. Very attractive. Nice lumps and bumps to it.
This crock is sometimes referred to as a butter crock. Stands 5 in. tall and is 7 in. diameter. The exterior glaze has a slight rough spot from the manufacturing process. I find no cracks, etc. Unmarked so maker is unknown. Useful to use or decorate your vintage country style kitchen.
This is a wonderful old piece of stoneware from Germany. It has a spongeware decoration of deep blue with 6 small concave areas that have a flower created in each. The bottom is marked Fireproof, Made in Germany, 1.07/6.. I am thinking around 1920's. It is in near mint condition. Stands just under 5 tall by 8 3/8 wide.
Late 19th or early 20th century stone ink or boot black bottle. Stoneware, with dark brown mattish glaze, and nicely shaped lip. Measures just over 14 cm high (5.1/2 inches). A few old rough edges underneath the bottle, but in excellent condition.
A little ink bottle, brick-like stoneware, with glaze are patch on front. A few old rim chips, otherwise very good vintage condition. Late 19th or early 20th century. Measures 5 cm high and 5 cm diameter (2 inches by 2 inches).
A brick coloured stoneware bottle, probably from boot black or ink. Measures 11.25cm high and 6.4cm diameter (4.1/2 inches by 2.1/2 inches). No maker's marks. Found on an excavation in the historic whaling town of Russell, in New Zealand.
A pottery/crockery bottle that stands 8 in. tall. 3.5 in. diameter. Slightly barrel shape. I believe it had a cork at one time. Easily replaced. Unmarked, so I don't have a clue what it once held. I find no cracks, chips, etc.
Large H. Dickson Stoneware Pitcher, Made In England
Large H. Dickson stoneware pitcher, Made In England. It is also marked Hats, Caps & Furs, No. 60 State Street, Albany on the front and is stamped Made In England on the underside. It measures 8 inches high and is glazed finish with ground bottom. Very heavy construction. It is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. 07pdp325
This stoneware crock stands 5.5 in. tall and is 4.5 in. diameter. Decorated with applied blue enamel in a heart, swirls, dots and Pennsylvania. Damage free with a brown glossy glazed interior. Grayish white exterior. I find no damage. Vintage is unknown. Bottom marked with BBP. This is a Beaumont Brothers Pottery Crock
Featured for your enjoyment is an old 9 mixing bowl from Western Pottery. This is marked with the USA set in a rectangle. Also 9 . Sorry could not get the marks to show on camera, guess they're shy! It has the one shallow chip as seen. Stands 4 1/2 tall by 9 across.
This lovely vintage crock is made of stoneware. Rust color spatter pattern on a light cream background.Measures 8 in. diameter and is 5 in. tall. I find no damage. No chips, cracks, etc. Perfect addition to your country kitchen decor.Unmarked so maker is unknown.