This bowl has the Shaded Brown Mexican pattern made by the Watt Pottery Company in the 1950's. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. There are two factory flaws on the rim, very small glazed over indentations, a minor paint defect on the interior bottom, a small mark in the paint, and a minor molding defect on the interior bottom, a bump of extra pottery. This Shaded Brown Mexican bowl is marked Watt Oven Ware 603 U.S.A. on the bottom (see photos) and is 2 1/8 high and 5 3/4 in diameter.
This bowl has the Shaded Brown Mexican pattern made by the Watt Pottery Company in the 1950's. It is in very good condition with no cracks or repairs. There is a spot of factory molding roughness on the rim with a small flake in this roughness caused by use (see photos) and a couple small bumps of extra pottery on the interior sides. This Shaded Brown Mexican bowl is marked Watt Oven Ware 603 U.S.A. on the bottom (see photos) and is 2 1/8 high and 5 3/4 in diameter.
This bowl has the Shaded Brown Mexican pattern made by the Watt Pottery Company in the 1950's. It is in good condition with no cracks or repairs. There are some chips on the underside rim (see photos), a very small factory flaw on the rim, a glazed over indentation, and the paint was applied unevenly on the one side of the exterior. This Shaded Brown Mexican bowl is marked Watt Oven Ware 603 U.S.A. on the bottom (see photos) and is 2 1/8 high and 5 3/4 in diameter.
This is the #601 ribbed, covered bowl in the Apple pattern made by the Watt Pottery Company from 1952 into the early 1960's. It is in good condition with no repairs and the paint and detail of the Apple design are very good. There is a small chip on the top edge of the finial, a 2 hairline crack in the lid and two very small chips on the outside edge of the bowl (see photos). This ribbed, covered bowl is marked Watt 601 U.S.A. Oven Ware on the bottom and is 6 1/4 high and 8 3/4 in diameter.
Vintage Watt Pottery pasta bowl. Incised mark: Oven Ware 39 RF Spaghetti. The mark is shown in the Watt book and indicates it was made for the Ravarino one area is darker; some tiny discoloration spots and some pinpops, but no chips or cracks; see pics 4-5. Makes a nice centerpiece bowl also; fill with red apples! 9/13scsr
Vintage Watt Pottery Individual Bean Cup Or Server
This is the individual bean cup or server made by the Watt Pottery Company in the 1950's. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. There is a glaze skip near the bottom on one side. This Watt bean cup is marked Oven Ware U.S.A. on the bottom (see photos) and is 2 1/2 high and 3 3/4 in diameter at the top.
Vintage Watt Pottery salad bowl. This bowl features the apple in center bottom. It has lots of pinpops and rim nicks, but no cracks or significant chips. The rim nicks are probably from cracking eggs on the edge of bowl; they look like little scuff marks. It is a thick, heavy bowl that is still usable as a fruit or salad bowl. It is 4.25 tall x 9.5 wide. Incised mark: Oven Ware USA #73. There are also some small old gouge marks/chips on the bottom dry rim; but they are worn smooth and one circular discolored spot on exterior of bowl. Price reflects the age and use flaws; please review all photos. 4/13scsr
Watt Starflower Star Flower Mixing Bowl #6 Waverly Minn Advertising
Watt 5 leaf Starflower (Star Flower) mixing bowl, #6, with advertising: Compliments of John W. Main Waverly, Minn. Measures 6 1/4 inches across, 2 7/8 inches tall. Overall minor crazing, and one small hairline that does not go all the way through. There are also a few manufacturing flaws where the clay had some small air bubbles that had popped over time (the bowls were give-aways and probably not the finest quality). There are also a few small chips on the bottom edge of the bowl but that could have happened during the manufacturing process. No other damage. Marked on the bottom: Ovenware 6 U.S.A.
Vintage Watt Pottery Esmond Shaded Individual Bean Cup Or Server
This is the individual bean cup or server in the Esmond Shaded line made by the Watt Pottery Company in the 1950's. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. There are some trim paint defects on the inner rim, little smudges or smears (see photos). This Watt Esmond Shaded bean cup is marked Oven Ware U.S.A. on the bottom (see photos) and is 2 1/2 high and 3 3/4 in diameter at the top.
This is the #15 pitcher in the Apple pattern made by Watt Pottery from 1952 through the early 1960's. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and the paint and detail of the Apple design are very good. This small Apple pitcher is marked Watt Made In U.S.A. encircling the number 15 on the bottom (see photos) and is 5 1/2 high, 5 3/4 across from spout tip to handle end and 4 1/8 in diameter at its widest point.
This is a small, 6 inch, Watt Pottery yellow ware bowl. It is marked on the bottom. I believe that it was manufactured in the early 1900's. This bowl is in fair, used condition. It has one hairline crack, and several small chips. It also has crazing, you can see it in the pictures. Even with all these imperfections, it is still a nice littel bowl. Please take a look. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
This is a medium, 7 inch, Watt Pottery yellow ware bowl. It is marked on the bottom. I believe that it was manufactured in the early 1900's. This bowl is in fair, used condition. It has no chips or breaks. It does have one imperfection on the rim, but it looks like this occured before it was glazed. The glaze is over the imperfection. It also has crazing, you can see it in the pictures. Please take a look. I am attaching pictures. If you have questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
Large vintage Watt Pottery bowl. Kitch-n-Queen is the pattern name; pretty much identical to McCoy's Stonecraft line. This bowl is 12 inches wide x 6.25 tall; incised mark on bottom: Oven Ware 12 USA. No chips or cracks. It has a tiny dark spot within the glaze on exterior; and 2 tiny dark dots on interior bottom, also within the glaze. Makes a great centerpiece bowl for fruit since it is so large. 1/13scsr
Nice sized bowl. Similar to the McCoy stonecraft line but I believe this one is Watt. Incised mark corresponds to Lehner's book of marks: Oven Ware USA on bottom. Most of the McCoy bowls have some form of McCoy logo or LCC or MCP on them. Also, this is an older bowl, (note the aged, worn bottom rim), and McCoy stonecraft bowls were made later, not earlier than Watt. This bowl has crazing but no chips or cracks. One dark dot on interior bottom of bowl. It is 8.25 wide x 4 inches tall. 8/12smc
Nice large Watt Pottery bowl. c:1950's. Resembles the McCoy stonecraft bowl line, but the pink band is a deeper pink/mauve color and most McCoy stonecraft bowls are marked with some type of McCoy logo. It is a 12 inch bowl, marked: Oven Ware USA 12. No chips or cracks; some scuff marks around upper rim, very minor. I also have a 14 inch Watt bowl coming up soon. 11/11nh#
Very nice large Watt Pottery bowl. 12 inches across x 6.75 tall. Nice condition but for one little gouge in clay on exterior top side; this looks like a factory flaw, see pic #6. I also have the matching pasta/spaghetti bowl for sale separately. Age est: 1950's. The lighter aqua banded bowls date to the 1930's. 10/11ant@
Nice vintage Watt Pottery spaghetti bowl. c:1952-1962. Apple pattern. Incised mark on bottom: Oven Ware #39 R-F Spaghetti. It is shown in the book. This bowl has no chips or cracks; has an area on interior bottom with some darkened crazing. It is 13.5 wide x 3.5 tall. The book price is much higher. Great for pasta or as a centerpiece bowl. 10/11brcs
Vintage USA Pottery pasta bowl. Incised mark: Oven Proof USA. Nice turquoise blue bands. Despite being a vintage bowl, the coloring makes it look contemporary. The mark on this bowl is not shown in the Watt book, however, I do have a matching large mixing bowl that does have the common Watt mark on it, so I do believe this is a Watt Pottery item. The mark on this bowl might be one of the last marks they used before they went out of business in 1965. No chips or cracks. Age est: 1950's. It is 13.75 wide x 3.25 tall. Even if not a Watt, it is still a nice vintage USA item and does match the other Watt bowl I have for sale. These also make nice centerpiece bowls and birdbaths! 7/7estcs
Vintage Watt Pottery fruit, salad, spaghetti or popcorn bowl. It is 11.5 wide x 4.25 tall. Has some typical factory flaws for this pottery company: a piece of clay waste on interior bottom; a glaze pop on side of bowl; some green specks under glaze; but no chips or cracks. Very nice display bowl or to use! The book price was $110 in 1993. 2/11s#3512
Watt, Winfield, Woods & Sons Pitcher With Loop Handle
Watt, Winfield, Woods & sons pitcher with loop handle and spout. I am unsure who made this but it is marked W on the underside. It measures approximately 8.25 inches high. It is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or heavy gouges. There is no evidence of highly visible scratches either. 11pdp212
Brown glazed batter pitcher. It is marked with an M or a W inside of a leaf on the underside. It measures approximately 3 inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or heavy gouges. There is no evidence of highly visible scratches either. 11pdp161
Rare piece of Watt pottery. This is a Peedeeco lug. The name Peedeeco is actually and trade name rather then a shape as it was made for Pitman-/Dreitzer and Company of New York. There are only about a handful of know shaped in this pattern. This lug does have a hairline crack and is missing the lid. Still it is a must piece in any collectors set. It stands 2 ¼ tall by 7 ¼ long.
Vintage Watt Pottery spaghetti bowl. Mark is shown in pg. 148 of the book. The mark indicates it was made for the Ravarino and will blend great with the Zanesville Country Fare dinnerware, or the Red Wing Village Green line. No chips or cracks and is 13 wide x 3.5 tall. Incised mark: Oven Ware, 39 RF Spaghetti. Nice, heavy, large bowl for your next pasta dinner or use as a centerpiece bowl. 1/11smc
Handled Basket Vase, Frederick Warne in diameter at the base, 6.5 X 4.25 at the top, and is about 9 high. It is white porcelain with gold-painted trim at top Mrs. Rabbit is written below. On the back is another single picture of Mrs. Rabbit. There is also a bouquet of flowers on either side of the vase. The piece is in excellent condition. The bottom is stamped The World of Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit, Frederick Warner & Co., 2002, Made in China.
This nice Watt #15 pitcher is in the Rooster line. It is the small 1 pint jug pitcher. Measures 5 3/8 inches tall to the tip of the spout, apx 4 1/2 inches wide. Two minute rim chips: one is by the handle. One is on the tip of the spout, but it looks like a manufacturing flaw as it is smooth. No hairlines or crazing. It is marked on the bottom with Oven Ware USA and the number 15 in a circle.
Featured is a neat old piece of Watt Esmond. This is their 1957 #36 cookie jar. This one does NOT have the word Cookie on it. Not sure why. It is the 3 color glaze, ivory, brown and black. Brass bail handle. Shown in the Watt Pottery book by Dennis Thompson & W. Bryce Watt. It is in great condition. 3 small chips about the rim and one on the bail handle area. Wonderful old piece of Yellowware.
Nice Watt platter in the Rio Rose decoration. Measures 15 1/4 inches across; lipped rim is 1 1/2 inches tall. There are some factory flaws: minor surface pitting common in the large pottery pieces and the bottom has a couple of chips where the platter was removed from the potter's wheel. There is no crazing and other than a few surface scratches, the surface is still nice and shiny. There are no chips or cracks. It is marked on the bottom with USA 31.
Nice Watt deep Apple mixing bowl with two leaves. Measures 5 3/4 inches tall, 9 inches across the top. Holds 6 pints. Hand painted apple design. Original, not a reproduction. Minor crazing. No chips or cracks, no hairlines. Marked on the bottom: Oven Ware USA 65.
Nice Watt Apple deep mixing bowl with two leaves. Measures 4 7/8 inches tall, 7 3/4 inches across the top. Holds 4 pints. Hand painted apple design. Original, not a reproduction. Small manufacturers flaw on the bottom rim where it was cut from the potter's wheel. Minor crazing. No chips or cracks, no hairlines. Marked on the bottom: Oven Ware USA 64.
Vintage Watt Pottery bean pot and beancups. c:1940's. Beanpot w/6 Watt beanpot cups. This beanpot is called the Bisque style and is shown on pg. 129 of the 1993 book by Sue Morris. Watt Pottery was in business from 1922-1965. This bean pot is in good condition, just one tiny fleabite off the bottom rim which does not show when pot is standing up, and a tiny scratch on the lid. The lid and interior of the pot is a chocolate brown gloss glaze. It is 9 wide x about 8 high, has incised mark on the bottom which did not show up in the photo, it says: Watt 76 USA Ovenware. This pot makes a nice cookie jar too! The 6 matching mugs/pots are marked: Oven Ware USA, (see Lehner's book of marks to view the mark, pg. 503). This beanpot also looks great next to other vintage stoneware jugs & crocks, see pics for ideas! The 6 beanpot cups are all in good condition, no chips or cracks.