Cute vintage UPCO planter pot or vase. Marked: #200 UPCO USA on bottom. No chips or cracks. Looks like a 1950's design with the white flecking. It is nice for a windowsill plant. It is 6.5 long x 2.5 tall x 3.25 wide. UPCO was in business in Roseville, Ohio, but now out of biz. 7/10csr-s
Great looking vintage Ungemach Pottery planter. The green is a bit softer looking than the pictures shows it. It has no chips or cracks. Incised mark: UP-265 USA. It is 10.25 long x 3 tall. UPCO was in business in Roseville, Ohio, but now out of biz. Looks great on a windowsill! Or, fill with river rocks and some faux sedums as shown! 6/10esaMC
Cool vintage Ungemach Pottery vase and metal flower frog. Nice blended glaze gloss vase, (very heavy, dry runners on bottom). I just found out that this is an unnmarked UPCO vase. I was at an estate sale and found an identical one, albeit in a larger size with the UPCO mark on it. I first thought this might be a Hull Woodlands vase, but it's not. It came with the metal flower frog seen in some of the pictures. The frog was attached to the vase with old floral goop which I have removed for you. The vase is 2.5 tall x 6.5 long. UPCO was in business in Roseville, Ohio, but now out of biz.
An early Ungemach speckled planter in yellow and green. This piece is marked number 140 and would date toward the beginnings of the company. Fred Ungemach, who founded the company in the late 30s, previous worked for the Nelson McCoy Pottery Co. and his wife worked for Brush. Excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or crazing. Please see the second photo for a closeup of the markings.
Collectible Ungemach Pottery planter vase. Good sized, round gloss green vase/planter. It has incised mark on bottom: 'UPCO 500 USA'. No chips or cracks, and typical upco glaze drips, and some small misses on bottom. It is 10.5 wide x 4.5 wide. The flower frog I have it shown with in one of the pics is for sale separately in the flower frog category. UPCO is no longer in business.
Vintage green Ungemach Pottery vase planter. Gloss green marked: Ungemach UPCO USA #721 green planter/vase. It is 7 wide x 4.75 high and has no chips or cracks. Judging from the color, it is probably from the early 1960's.
Vintage UPCO pillow vase. This vase has incised mark on bottom 039 UPCO USA. It is 6.5 wide x 5 x 7.25 high. No chips or cracks, but does have some mineral deposits on interior upper area. (they come off with your fingernail). There is one faint green mark on interior bottom too, not sure what that is, but it doesn't show anyway. UPCO is no longer in business.
Vintage UPCO Pottery pedestal vase. Very heavy olive green pedestal vase with scroll and grape design that reads on the bottom: 'Ungemach USA UPCO'. This vase is very well-made, no chips or cracks, but does have some leftover faint mineral deposits. The remaining mineral deposits will come off with your fingernail or put it through the dishwasher on the china cycle. This vase is 5.25 tall and 5 wide; not a big vase, but not too small either! Fred Ungemach started out at McCoy Pottery, then formed his own company; which is why a lot of UPCO looks just like McCoy! UPCO is no longer in business. You could use it as a vase or planter, or candle holder!
Vintage UPCO Pottery planter vase. Nice, solid planter/vase in a forest green color that reads on the bottom: UPCO - USA #400, UPCO stands for Ungemach Pottery Co., which is no longer in existence. It has dry runners and is 5.5 wide x 4.5 high. No chips or cracks. Any white spots in the pics are sunglare, not chips. A nice little UPCO for your collection!