Marked: 168 - (impressed in bse) Size: 6-inches across rim, 2-3/4 inches across base, 2-1/2 inches height Condition: used, vintage, has an old outer rim chip shown in photo #3, age crack in rim mold Comments: beautiful coloring!
Marked: National ( Impressed in base) Size: 7-1/2 inches across rim, 3-1/2 inches across base, 3-1/4 inches height Condition: used, vintage, has an old outer rim chip (shown in photo #1), bowl is very heavy-weighted Comments: beautiful coloring, has a rings pattern under the rim
Two(2) Yellowware Custard Cups decorated with a Rockingham sponge. Ca. 1880s. they are 3 inches D., 2 1/4 inches H. Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. One is darked than the other. Price is for both.
Ruckel's Pottery was established in 1870 in White Hall Illinois. White Hall attracted many different pottery companies due to the abundance of clay in the area. Ruckel's Pottery was one of the more popular companies and operated from the late 1800's and into the early part of the 1900's. Ruckel's pottery mixing bowls, in general, are somewhat hard to find. This bowl features the Inverted Pyramid pattern, and is also known as Picket Fence. It is a pattern of alternating large and small triangles around both the outer rim and side of each bowl. This bowl is part of the nesting set and is the largest size of the nested mixing bowls. Ruckel's marked the bowls on the undersides before glazing, and the glaze had a tendency to fill in the mark. From our research, we know that they say Ruckel's Pottery Whitehall Ill 1870 , when held in the just the right light you can make out the Pottery and White Hall, the rest is really hard to see. It is 10 3/4 inches across and just over 5 inches deep, in excellent condition, no chips, does have an extremely minor age related line across the bottom. A beautiful addition to your collection.
A Yellow Ware Turks Head Mold. Ca. 1880. Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. Excellent color and crazing. There is one small area of discoloration on the interior(pictured). It is 8 1/2 inches D., 3 inches H.
A Yellowware bowl decorated with brown + white slip. Ca. 1880. Two 1/8 inch rust and two 1/8 inch white slip bands. it is 8 inches D., 3 3/4 inches H. Mint condition. There is a spider on the bottom that doesn't go thru.
A Yellow ware bowl decorated with brown + white slip decoration. There are two 1/4 inch brown and two 1/4 inch white slip bands. Ca. 1880. Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. It is 10 1/2 inches D., 4 3/4 inches H.
A Yellow ware bowl decorated with brown + white slip bands. There are two 1/4 inch brown and two 1/4 inch white bands. Ca. 1880. It is 7 3/4 inches D., 3 3/4 inches H. Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. Wonderful colors.
A Yellowware bowl in the popular Brown + White Slip decoration. Ca. 1880s. A HTF size measuring only 5 1/4 inches D., 2 3/4 inches H. There are two 1/8 brown inch bands and two 1/8 inch white bands. Nice size to complete a graduated set. I don't how to describe the condition. There are no chips but there are some tight hairlines on the rim that barely go thru. Considering the size these are not a factor but considered in the price. The area on the foot is an indentation not a chip.
Old Yellowware Pottery Bowl Embossed Art Nouveau Design
Fabulous Old Yellowware Pottery Bowl that is quite large and in excellent condition showing only minor wear to the bottom base and a bit of pitting on the bottom interior. Raised embossed Art Nouveau design around the outside perimeter and has maintained its shiny glaze. Great Kitchen Decorating Item for your primitive decor.
A yellowware bowl decorated with rust and white slip bands. Nice warm colors. It is 10 1/2 inches D., 4 3/4 inches H. Near mint condition with a minor chip/hairline on the foot(pictured). Ca. 1880. Nice brownish specks throughout in the glaze.
A Yellowware creamer with Chickenwire decoration. Unusual rust and bluish green colors on a warm yellow background. It is 4 /34 inches H. Ca. 1870-1900. Nice crazing throughout and detail on the handle. Mint condition.
Large, hand-thrown yellow ware (or yelloware) pitcher decorated with two thin, blue bands. Wide mouth, measuring 5 1/4 inches long by 4 1/4 inches wide. Rows of hand-thrown ripples are evident on the inside of pitcher. Pitcher is very heavy, weighing in at 3 lbs! Size: 6 inches tall; 6 1/4 inches wide. Condition: Very good, with just a thin crack across bottom of handle where handle is attached to body. (See photo 7.)
Vintage, Robinson Ransbottom yellow ware pitcher with hand painted over glaze designs. Designs feature a pair of red strawberries, and two blue bands. This is a left-handed pitcher. Made in USA. Circa: 1940's-1970's. Size: 4 3/4 inches tall; 3 1/2 inches wide. Condition: Used; very good condition.
Redware Bowl Chapin Santas Workshop Hp A Frame House Mint
Cute Little Redware Bowl that displays an A Frame House surrounded by three Pine Trees with a Blue and White Sky in the Background. Marked on the back in writing Chapin at Santas Workshop. Mint condition. Adorable piece of Redware for the Collector. Easy ship.
Pottery Pie Bowl Country Blue Spongeware Heart Center Mint
Gorgeous piece of HandMade Yellowware Pottery Pie Bowl decorated in Country Blue Spongeware on both outside and inside rims. Center has a Country Blue Heart. Piece is heavy and substantial in prefect, like brand new condition, with no chips, nicks, or cracks, two minor scuffing spots on bottom where it sits. Signed on the back with Artists Initials and date. Nice shiny glaze, great Primitive Look. Buyer will be very pleased with this piece.
Yellow ware bowl at this time I am adding a set, a pair of bowls see also #1318 it's mate. 19 across top 3 3/4 across base 4 1/4 tall almost 3 lbs. good condition. Very bright cheery yellow, the side has 4 different levels, very attractive. There are a few kiln dings but NO hairlines NO cracks NO problems. yellowware bowl
Yellow ware bowl at this time I am adding a set, a pair of bowls see also #1319 it's mate. 10 across top 4 across base 5 tall almost 4 lbs. good condition. Very bright cheery yellow, the side has 4 different levels, very attractive. There are a few kiln dings but NO hairlines NO cracks NO problems. yellowware bowl
A plain yellow ware pie plate measuring 8 3/4 inches D., 1 1/4 inches H. Marked T Brunt, Derryshire, Warranted Fireproof. Ca. late 1800s. Nice warm yellow. There are a few small bullseyes that are pictured.
A nice Antique addition to an American Art Pottery Yellowware or Barware Collection. Handsome yellowware pitcher or tankard plus 4 beer steins with ball handles, and beautiful caramel coloring and brown drip glaze. Pitcher has an unglazed bottom. Stein base rim is unglazed, but they are glazed in center with incised # 4205. Maker and age uncertain but possibly Rockingham, Bennington Pottery. Pitcher 9 1/4 inches tall X 6 inches diameter at base. Stein measures 6 1/8 inches tall X 3 1/2 inches diameter at base. Used. No cracks or crazing. Each piece does have chips and a few scratches. Chips are all around the base. Pitcher has 1/2 X 3/8 inch shallow chip and 4-5 upper rim fleas. 3 steins have 1/8 to 1/4 inch base chips, all have minor rim nicks or fleas, non much larger than a pin head, most just specks. They will display beautifully, Two steins on each side or the pitcher, turned with worst chips to the back side.
A Yellow ware food mold in the form of a Wheat Sheaf. Marked and made by ther Yellow Rock Pottery Co., Phil., PA. Hard to find these marked molds. It is 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches, 2 1/2 inches H. Nice mellow warm color. Near mint condition with interior wear and 2 interior chiggers.
Brush Ceramics, Gift Art -vase/planter - Shaped Like Cuspidor / Spittoon
Gift Art / Bush Ceramics; a 1960's piece. This is a Victorian style vase/planter/cuspidor/spitoon with a Bennington drip glaze over yelloware. Top opening is 6 inches and the height is 3 ½ inches. This piece has medium crazing, but no damage. There is a nice side pattern, that gives it a special look, and has a double; slightly footed area on the bottom, which is not glazed. That same area gives the piece an unusual inside bottom, where the pottery was pushed out for the two footed areas on the underneath. I doubt you can notice that in the photo's. The rim is hand done, and spongeware decorated, uneven in places. Not marked, originally would have had a foil label reading: Gift Art - Brush Ceramics.
Yelloware -spongeware- Rockingham- Cuspidor-spittoon - With Floral Top Rim / Border
This is a beautiful piece of spongeware / yelloware decorated with a floral row around the top edge. Has the Bennington type glaze. This pattern makes even a spittoon attractive! About 7 ½ inches across the top and 3 ½ inches in height with a side drain, and it is open at the center. Very minor scuffs, crazing - has an aged chip near the side drain hole, another small chip on base, has a hairline in the drain area that slopes down, all to be expected in an old pottery piece of this age.
Yelloware -spongeware- Rockingham- Cuspidor-spittoon - With Seashell Border
This is a beautiful piece of spongeware / yelloware decorated with a row of seashells around the top edge with a bead between them, has the Bennington type glaze, for a stunning look! Makes even a spittoon attractive! About 8 inches across the top and 4 inches in height with a side drain, and it is open at the center. Very minor scuffs, very light crazing - just a great piece from a recent estate sale in Kentucky.
Pottery is a caramel or butterscotch color. 5 inch tall mug is embossed with a weave background and a parrot or cockatoo or bird of some sort perched on a vining branch. Dark brown gloss glaze. Applied handle has a firing crack on inside curve of top, is under glaze. This is a very nice heavy mug in excellent condition. No chips, ,cracks, ,scratches, or crazing. Would make a great Coffee Mug.
What a nice little bowl. A Yellow ware bowl with Rockingham or a Bennington glaze. Nice embosssed design with a scallop design around the rim. 5 inches D., 2 1/2 inches H. Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. Ca. 1900.
A McCoy green glazed bowl in the windowpane pattern. Nice colors and detail in the pattern. Near mint condition with an old chip(or in the making)1/4 inch on the interior of the rim. It is very smooth and dark as you can see. No other chips or hairlines. It has the shield mark with a 9 and a small 4 on the bottom. It is 9 1/2 inches D., 5 1/2 inches H. Ca. 1920s.
Yellowware bowl sized for cereal. Not quite5 1/2 across top, under 2 1/2 tall. Smaller yellowware bowls are the hardest to find. Very good shape, does have a small 1/2 lump where the clay created a half moon shape lump in the bottom done during making, NOT a crack, NO chips, NO dings. Nice shape, shows some use, overall condition very good. No markings on bottom. Kitchen bowls, Yellow Ware Yellowware, yellowware.
Yellow Ware Wall Pocket, likely from the 50's or late 40's. The COLOR is very much typical yellowware, we have taken two sets of photos and just can't get it any clearer. 6 1/2 tall 8 around. In very good condition, shows use inside, but no dings chips or hairlines. Is more yellow than shown in photo. SHI $10 Yellowware
A Green glazed bowl made by the Nelson McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Co. in 1926. This is in the windowpane pattern. It has the shield mark and size 9 and a # 4. It is 9 1/2 inches D., 5 inches H. It is in Mint condition with no chips or hairlines.
A Yellowware covered casserole with a lid and decorated with a Rockingham glaze. It has an embossed decoration on the lid and the sides of the dish. Ca. 1880. It is in Mint condition with no chips or hairlines. It is 7 inches in D., 4 1/2 inches H with lid