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From the M.A. Hadley site is the following information:  


"Hand-crafted Pottery Since 1940

Owing to the abundance of ancient clay deposits in the region, Louisville has been a center of pottery-making for generations. Out of this proud tradition, Mary Alice Hadley established one of Louisville’s most iconic and well-known potteries. The story begins in the early 1900’s. Mary Alice Hadley was born into a family of clay tile makers where her knowledge of working with clay first developed. Exhibiting an early interest in art and design, she ultimately became a widely recognized painter, winning numerous awards and acclaim from New York to Los Angeles.


By the late 1930’s Mary Alice Hadley began melding her artistic talent with her knowledge of clay ware. In 1939, Mrs. Hadley made dishes for her houseboat on the Ohio River. The creative result was a set of a custom dishes that caused such a stir among her friends and acquaintances that the idea for a business was born. Supplying those early requests provided wide circulation for her hand-crafted pottery and soon orders began to arrive from across the country. With the help of her husband, George, the Hadley Pottery Company was formed early in 1940.


In 1944, George Hadley purchased a building in the Butchertown area of Louisville as a birthday present for Mary Alice. The building, constructed in 1848, has been home to a wool mill, a candle factory and a cordage mill and for 65 years has served as the production location, factory salesroom and offices of Hadley Pottery Company. Many pieces of original art created by Mary Alice Hadley are still on display at the historic structure on Story Avenue, including several wall murals all hand-painted by Mary Alice herself.


The business prospered, attracting collectors from across the nation and around the world. The warm and whimsical designs that Mary Alice Hadley created have attracted multitudes of fans over the last 70 years and are still finding their way into the hearts of new Hadley Pottery enthusiasts every day. She worked at the Pottery until her death in 1965. George Hadley continued to run the business until it was sold in 1979 to Louisville natives, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Moore. In September 2009, new partners joined the Hadley Pottery ownership group, but operations remain largely the same as they were when the company was started. The creative inspiration that Mary Alice Hadley brought to the ware still lives today."


Each part of this set of four coasters carries the words A VERY HAPPY ANNIVERSARY around a design of a bow with 2 bells hanging from the bow.  Each is signed M.A. Hadley on the reverse.  I don't know if these coasters are vintage or contemporary. You be the judge. I do know they are listed in current inventory on the M. A. Hadley website at $9.75 each.  In addition, I am including this 8 3/4 inch custom message plate.  On the front it has the name DIAINE and on the back the date May 16, 1981 as well as the Hadley signature.  


My price for the group is well below that figure for the set of four.  Price is for the set.  Each piece of the set is in excellent condition.  Each of this set of 6 glasses stands 6 7/8 inches tall and is 2 1/8 inch wide at the mouth.  If you love horses, ponies, Art Deco, funky, Fifties, this set of tall iced tea glasses or zombies is for you.


Each tall glass holds 15 ounces. That's a good amount of Mint Julep, iced tea or lemonade.  Add a tray, a pitcher and get ready for the Kentucky Derby!  Would make a great gift for that girl or guy who loves horses!


Price is for the set.  There was a time in the early 1960s when we looked back to the Colonial Early Americana time for design inspiration.  Earth tones with designs of mushrooms (like the canister set made for Sears), owls, quail, Woodland creatures were one inspiration. Another was Early Americana. 


This Pyrex 401 5 1/2 inch wide bowl is the smallest of the classic 4 bowl mixing bowl set.  The design on this bowl is inspired by the stencil designs in early Colonial homes.  Corning titled this design Homestead.  The background of this bowl is from the Desert Dawn series. The blue design again harkens from the Colonial America use of stenciling to adorn walls.


This bowl is in excellent vintage condition. Don't send it through the dishwasher too many times. Use  wooden utensils if possible and you can add this piece of vintage American glass to your kitchen or home for use or display.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  This vintage pattern was called Soreno and was made by the Anchor Hocking company from 1966-1970 when it was discontinued.  It is also known as the Pressed Bark design. It came in an avocado green, a deep amber, a light blue, and clear. It was made to match the harvest gold and avocado time period, which was late 1960s. 


In that respect it is a great example of American glass tied to a design period.  Though intended as an ashtray, you can repurpose it and use it for an appetizer tray, candy dish, or olive dish. 


It is in excellent condition.  Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.

set M. A. Hadley coasters and a bonus pl

 

Libbey red horse set 6 iced tea glasses

 

Pyrex 401 Homestead design mixing bowl $8.00

 

Anchor Hocking Soreno amber glass ashtra $7.50

Standing 6 inches tall, this vintage tumbler is decorated with a silk screen tranfer decoration of the seal of the University of Vermont.  True to the Green Mountain State, the color of the decoration is green applied to the clear glass.


This glass dates most likely from the 1960-1980 time period.  It was most likely sold at the Student Store on the campus.  It is in excellent shape and ready for your home today. If you are a graduate of the University of Vermont, buy it, and fill it with good Vermont hand-crafted ale or spirits.


It would also make a great graduation gift!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.  Standing 6 inches tall, this vintage tumbler is decorated with a silk screen tranfer decoration of the seal of the University of Vermont.  True to the Green Mountain State, the color of the decoration is green applied to the clear glass.


This glass dates most likely from the 1960-1980 time period.  It was most likely sold at the Student Store on the campus.  It is in excellent shape and ready for your home today. If you are a graduate of the University of Vermont, buy it, and fill it with good Vermont hand-crafted ale or spirits.


It would also make a great graduation gift!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.  This set of 3 Old Fashioned cocktail glasses was made by a venerable American Glass Company, the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company.  This was a very popular pattern which was designed with a masculine them for the rec room or downstairs bar, now known as a man cave. 


Each glass stands 3 1/ 4 inches tall. There are 9 pheasants on each glass, each in a different flight position.  The transfer design of three pheasant is applied three times. Under the pheasants, one sees the grasses over which the birds are flying. Gold, red and black are used on the band of grass which encircles the glass.  


The glass is not signed on the bottom, but it is a well-known Hazel-Atlas pattern.  All are in excellent condition and ready for your home today.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.  2011 16 In. Tonner Allure Antoinette Fashion Doll, No. T11FMDD08 has light brown rooted saran hair that is styled with a black flower and feather hair decoration, painted green eyes with painted lashes and features, natural pink lipstick, multiple joints for posing, and Tyler skin tone. She shares the same high quality hard plastic and vinyl body type as Cami and Jon with the higher arched feet. Her ankles, wrists, and knees are jointed. She is wearing sleeveless gold dress that is pleated at the bottom, black gloves, black tights, an antiqued gold and black beaded necklace, and black and gold open-toe high heel shoes. She can share clothes, shoes, and accessories with Cami and Jon. New and mint in box, with a stand. Limited edition of 300. Expand listing to view all 5 photographs.

University of Vermont vintage tall tumbl

 

University of Vermont vintage tall tumbl

 

Hazel-Atlas set 3 Pheasant old fashioned

 

Allure Antoinette Doll, Tonner 2011 $149.00

Vermont Studio potter Stanley Ballard (1917-1960) graduated from Alfred University’s highly respected Ceramic Program in 1939, having studied there under these influential teachers: Marion Fosdick, Charles Harder, Clarence Merritt, and C. Katherine Nelson.


From 1937-1939 he was a classmate of Glidden Parker. He had his studio in Burlington Vermont from 1946 -1960 until his untimely tragic death in February 1960. 



Produced by Vermont Mid-Century studio potter Stanley Ballard who worked in the Burlington area , this Ballard syrup jug is done in his signature chocolate brown glaze which he uses as an underglaze on other pieces. The scene depicts a maple tree with a sap bucket on it with mountains in the background. So, here is an iconic scene by a talented Vermont potter. 


Not signed on the bottom, but one can see the exact same item shown as a Ballard product in the Summer 1953 Vermont Life 6 page article on Stanley Ballard.


The top opening measures 1 inch. I believe this was the earlier mold on this design as the later one is 7/8 inch at the top and stands a little shorter.  The sap bucket on the this the later mold is also a little narrower. 


On the back of this Ballard syrup jug you also have some hand-painted flowers. Quant I say.


This was sold with a cork, which is not present. Excellent condition. 


Add it to your Ballard, American Art pottery or New Hampshire memorabilia collection today.  Vermont Studio potter Stanley Ballard (1917-1960) graduated from Alfred University’s highly respected Ceramic Program in 1939, having studied there under these influential teachers: Marion Fosdick, Charles Harder, Clarence Merritt, and C. Katherine Nelson.


From 1937-1939 he was a classmate of Glidden Parker. He had his studio in Burlington Vermont from 1946 -1960 until his untimely tragic death in February 1960. 



Produced by Vermont Mid-Century studio potter Stanley Ballard who worked in the Burlington area , this Ballard syrup jug is done in his signature chocolate brown glaze which he uses as an underglaze on other pieces. The scene depicts a maple tree with a sap bucket on it with mountains in the background. So, here is an iconic scene by a talented Vermont potter. 


Not signed on the bottom, but one can see the exact same item shown as a Ballard product in the Summer 1953 Vermont Life 6 page article on Stanley Ballard.


The top opening measures 7/8 inch. I believe this was the second mold on this design as the earlier one is exactly 1 inch at the top and stands a little taller.  The sap bucket on the earlier mold is also a little wider. 


This was sold with a cork, which is not present. Excellent condition. 


Add it to your Ballard, American Art pottery or New Hampshire memorabilia collection today.  2012 Tonner 13 Inch Brunette Basic Suzette Fashion Doll, No. T12RTBD02, has long straight rooted brunette saran hair, painted green eyes, and cameo skintone. She is is articulated with multiple joints for fashionable posing, and is made from high quality vinyl/hard plastic. She is wearing a black cotton rayon knit bra, a black cotton rayon knit ruffled skirt with attached gold panties, and black imitation leather high heel pumps. Her black under garments are all lined with golden mesh. She is the same size as the 13 inch Tonner Revlon fashion dolls were and can wear the same clothes and shoes. Limited edition of 500. New, mint-in-the-box. Expand listing to view all 3 photographs.  Vermont Studio potter Stanley Ballard (1917-1960) graduated from Alfred University’s highly respected Ceramic Program in 1939, having studied there while these influential teachers were part of the faculty: Marion Fosdick, Charles Harder, Clarence Merritt, and C. Katherine Nelson.


This commercial 3 inch maple syrup jug was glazed in one of his solid color glazes which he used on some production pieces. 


The piece is signed simply 'Hand Made in Vermont', but is shown as a Ballard product in the Summer 1953 Vermont Life 6 page article on Stanley Ballard. Excellent condition. What is a bit unusual about this particular example is that the words GRADE A are also stamped on the bottom of the piece in a black ink stamp.


A great combo of Vermont product and Vermont Studio Art pottery from the Mid Century period.

Ballard chocolate brown maple syrup jug

 

Ballard chocolate brown maple syrup jug

 

Tonner Brunette Suzette Basic 13 In. Fas $90.00

 

Ballard purple glaze small maple syrup j

Kish and Company Suchin is a 12 inch ball-jointed hard vinyl doll with Asian features, and Sasha is her matching 6 inch baby doll. These dolls are part of the Chrysalis collection. Suchin has an alert, intelligent expression that softens to sweetness as she looks lovingly at her baby doll, Sasha. Suchin has brown painted eyes and a short black mohair wig tied up in a red silk ribbon. She is wearing a simple black and white polka dot, drop waist frock with an exuberant, fully gathered skirt with layers of red plaid and red tulle underneath. The bodice is embellished with a suspenders-like overlay of one-eight inch red grosgrain ribbon with a black stripe down the middle that is beaded with tiny black beads. Her white socks are short and her leather Mary Jane shoes are bright red. Sasha also has Asian features and brown eyes. She is happy to be in the arms of her Mommy. Sasha wears a dress that is complimentary to Suchin’s. It has a white, cap sleeved bodice trimmed with imitation suspenders of red fringed black ribbon (dotted with red beads). Red plaid illusion and red tulle make up the full, layered skirt and she wears short white socks and white leather baby shoes. Capping her short black mohair wig is a red, cotton crocheted bonnet. Limited Edition 300. New, mint-in-the-box. Expand listing to view all 8 photographs.  David Gil was featured in the Winter 1961 issue of Vermont Life, having started Bennington Potters in 1948 in Bennington, VT right after WWII with his wife Gloria Gil. His early work carried his full name and the name Cooperative Design when he and other Alfred graduates designed work as a cooperative. After 1960-61, the pieces were marked Bennington Potters.  


This 8 inch tall x 6 inch diameter cylindrical shape vase is from his production period. The top is the most interesting features as it duplicates the asterisk shape he used as part of his trademark, representing the creative "spark" of the potter. This vase came in four sizes and in white, black, and cobalt blue. This high white glossy glaze is as modern today as when it was produced.It is signed with a shape number but it is difficult to read. My guess is that it is 1996.  


This vase might have been sold as a second at the pottery as it doesn't quite sit solidly on a flat surface.  It would look great filled with flowers.  This is the first example of this size vase in the Spark series I have seen.


It is in great shape and a very good example of Gil's design aesthetic. Add it to your MidCentury American Art pottery or Vermont Art Pottery collection today. A great piece of early American Studio Art pottery from a pre-eminent Mid Century designer.


In their 1964 catalogue, Gil described their creations as "Art Objects in the Practical Realm" - Museum Honored, Hand-crafted, Modestly Priced"  This vase is an early version of a vase done in a technique called by Lundberg Studios as encasement vases.  I have seen them also advertising as paperweight vases, but on the Lundberg Studios site, they are simply called crystal encasement vases.


Daniel Salazar started at what would be called Lundberg Studios in 1975.  This 4 3/4 inch tall vase is decorated with a vine and violets vase.  The inside of the piece is iridized which makes the encased flowers float on a gold color surface.  


The piece is correctly signed. On one side of the bottom it states Lundberg Studios 1981. On the other side is Daniel Salazar 11-23-81.  


A great example of early Lundberg Studos by a very collectible master glass craftsman.  Add it to your California Studio Glass collection today.  Measuring 5 inches square, this bowl by Mid-Century enamelist Harold Tischler clearly shows the influence of Edward Winter.  Like Winter, he studied at the Vienna Kunstgewerbeschule from 1927 to 1932 under such greats as Michael Powolny and Josef Hoffman.   In fact, It is Tischler who is credited with getting Edward Winter accepted into the school, according to the information on page 275 of the Painting with Fire exhibit companion catalog produced the the Long Beach Museum of Art, whose groundbreaking seminal exhibit opened in January 2007.


In 1935, Tischler visited Winter in Cleveland. During the visit he saw Winter's signature enameling method of immersing the metal in liquid enamel to achieve better coating than simply sifting powdered enamel on the surface. Tischler quickly also adopted this methold which accounts for the similarity in design between the two men's works.


His work was featured in the 1970 Edward Winter book called Enamel Painting Techniques. He died in 1993 at age 100. 


This piece featuresa yellow background. The center has an asymmetrical array of jewels in colors of red, blue, purple, pumpkin orange, and chartreuse on a pink groiund.  The sides have stripes or rays coming from the edge down into the center.  The whole plate was probably striped before the pink center and jewels were applied.  The back is counter-enameled in green and chocolate brown and is signed by incsing the words H. Tischler. It is in fair vintage condition. As often happens with enamel pieces with sharp corners, there is some wear to the back of the piece at the corners and 2-3 chips at the edge of the back. On the front, three of the corners have no damage and one has a slight loss of enamel.  Buy it in not perfect condition and add a piece of Harlold Tischler's work to your collection.

Suchin and Sasha Doll BJD Set, 2012, Hel $436.00

 

Bennington Potters large Gil white Spark

 

Daniel Salazar 1981 Lundberg encasement

 

Harold Tischler 5 inch square jewel bowl $48.00

This glass produced by the Imperial Glass Company is designed by iconic American industrial designer Russel Wright.  


According to my Keller/Ross book, all glass lines except for the American Modern line are scarce or rare.  


The Imperial chartreuse iced tea tumbler is listed at $25-$30.  Prices have fallen since the 2000 publication of this book. So, my price for it is less than half of what the book suggests.


It is in excellent condition and ready for your Mad Men Mid-century bar or rec room.  Or simply put them in your dining room china cabinet and bring out when you use your Russel Wright American Modern or Iroquois Casual China!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  Here is a whimsical modern stoneware piece from the late David Gil at Bennington Potters in Vermont. started by David Gil in 1948. It is from the late 1950s time period when Gil used a transition mark which included both the words Design Cooperative and Bennington Vermont and a large arm symbol. 


I recently learned that when Gil decided to mark his works with shape numbers, he started with the number 1300. However, if an earlier design was to remain in production, they marked it with a number starting with 1290. This explains the numbering and mark on the transition pieces.


They are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved from a co-operative of different art potters.  


After 1960, they made their bread and butter by making gorgeous modern styled dinnerware and accessories that were distributed throughout the US and sold in fine department stores.  In their 1964 catalogue, Gil described their creations as "Art Objects in the Practical Realm" - Museum Honored, Hand-crafted, Modestly Priced,"


This fun and funky owl plaque can be seen in the 1964 catalogue as shape #1504.  I believe this particular owl plaque is much earlier as the dimensions of the piece are larger than what is shown in the 1964 catalogue.  


This plaque uses the late 1950s turquoise/teal background glaze.  The highlighting on the owl itself is a dark chocolate borwn.   The back is stamped with a larger version of the Cooperative Design Bennington Vermont mark.  


It is in excellent condition and has the original wire hanger on the back for using it as a plaque.  This mug stands 3 1/4 inches tall and was made by the Federal Glass Company.  I love the slogan on both sides of the coffee mug.


Try It You'll Like It!


Who knows what if refers to, coffee, a restaurant?  It is signed with the Federal Glass F in a Shield Mark on the bottom along with the words Heat Proof USA.


It is ready for your morning java!  Add it to your American Mid-century glass collection today!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  MAD MEN MAN CAVE, here we come!


This 5 3/4  inch tall Deco cocktail mixing glass stands 6 inches tall and was made by Libbey glass, and is so marked on the bottom with their cursive L mark. The black screening of the 7 recipes on clear glass is in excellent condition. There is contrasting use of white for the cocktail glasses at the top of each recipe and dots between ingredients of each recipe.


It features a top band of cocktail names: Whisky Sour, Manhattan, Margarita, Daiquiri, Tom Collins, Martini and Cosmopolitan. Each recipe is underneath the name. A useful feature is on the side where their is a drink measure table ranging from 1 oz. - 12 oz. It is in great shape and ready for your Mad Men Man Cave.

Russel Wright Imperial Pinch glass $15.00

 

Cooperative Design early owl plaque / as

 

Federal Glass Try It milk glass coffee m

 

Libbey cocktail 7 recipe retro mixing gl

Bennington by Gil started in 1948 . They are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved into a co-operative of different art potters. They made their bread and butter by making gorgeous modern styled dinnerware that was distributed throughout the US and sold in fine department stores but this is an earlier more studio inspired piece. In their 1964 catalogue, Gil described their creations as "Art Objects in the Practical Realm" - Museum Honored, Hand-crafted, Modestly Priced,"



David Gil, trained at Alfred University and profiled in the Winter 1961 issue of Vermont Life, started Bennington Potters in 1948 in Bennington, VT right after WWII. 


This diminutive version of the iconic double trigger mug stands 3 1/4 inches tall. This vase is glazed with a high gloss white glaze on the inside. The outside is done in a semi matte white. It dates from the 1960-1968 period when Gil only used the term Bennington Potters on his pieces.


According to yet to be authenticated information, the suggestion for the double trigger handle was given to David Gil by one Maurice A. Douglass, a resident of Bennington Vermont and a collector of early Norton Pottery. 


In the 1964 catalogue, there are 3 sizes of the double trigger mug shown including this small #1370 size. 


This beautifully deisgned and balanced 1370 trigger mug is in excellent condition. Add it to your Mid-century Bennington Potters or David Gil collection today.

Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  Ready to go in your guy's man cave, this set of NFL promotional glasses in a smoky grey glass with white silkscreened design of a Jets Helmet and the words NEW YORK JETS on one side and the NFL logo on the other side.


This type of bar glass was known as a Roly Poly and made for all sorts of cocktails.  This set is in excellent condition and ready to go into your bar or man cave.  Ladies, if you are Jets fans, they are for you too!  Perfect Christmas or Father's Day gift. Shop early and wrap them up! Priced less than $5 each. Price is for the set.  2011-2012 white high heel shoes for the 10 inch Tonner Tiny Kitty fashion dolls. These plastic heels have elastic straps and a bead-like ornament. They compliment any outfit. They also fit modern or vintage Madame Alexander  Cissette and the new Cissy Coquette fashion dolls. They compliment both modern and vintage outfits. Distributed by Dollsparts with permission of Tonner Doll Co. New, mint. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.

 2011-2012 black high heel shoes for the 10 inch Tonner Tiny Kitty fashion dolls. These plastic heels have elastic straps and a bead-like ornament. They compliment any outfit. They also fit modern or vintage Madame Alexander  Cissette and the new Cissy Coquette fashion dolls. They compliment both modern and vintage outfits. Distributed by Dollsparts with permission of Tonner Doll Co. New, mint. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.

Cooperative Design #1370 white demitasse $12.50

 

Mad Men smoky New York Jets cocktail gla

 

White High Heels for 10 In. Tonner Tiny $10.00

 

Black High Heels for 10 In. Tonner Tiny $10.00

2012 white plastic reproduction high heel shoes for the 10.5 inch Tonner Revlon vintage reproduction fashion doll body and Ideal vintage Revlon dolls. These have a unique bow closure. New, mint. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.  This is an early Barrel stoneware Mug with the word CARbureTER embossed in the clay.  I believe it is some type of advertising for Carter Carbureter.  It looks McCoy to me even tho it is not marked.  Sure resembles the McCoy Banded Barrel Mugs and Pitchers!!!  It is in excellent condition- no damage- maybe some light crazing in the glaze typical to stoneware of this age.  Very collectible for both McCoy and Automobilia collectors.  This is a rare 2 cup without insert Dripolator Coffee Pot in the Sapphire Blue color glass.  It has the word SILEX embossed in the glass (see 2nd photo).  This is the same color glass that is used in the Fire King Philbe ovenware and in the Blue Bubble dinnerware by Fire King Anchor Hocking.  I don't see many of these and this one has no damage and the glass is still clear showing little, if any, wear.  Priced each at  Very nice 1 1/2 quart Chanticleer design Casserole with a clear knob Lid.  This is one of my favorite Rooster patterns.  Bottom is signed Fire King.  Condition is excellent- no damage and the graphic design is strong and vivid (see 2nd photo).

Tonner White 10. 5 In. Revlon Doll High H $7.50

 

McCoy ? Stoneware Carter Carbureter Barr $28.00

 

Fire King Sapphire Blue Silex Dripolator $17.00

 

Fire King Chanticleer Casserole w Lid- C $18.00

This is the 8 1/2" or 3 quart Splashproof style Mixing Bowl in the Turquoise Blue glass made by Fire King (marked on bottom).  It is in excellent condition- no damage, and doesn't look like it was used very much (if at all).  It's a nice one!  2012 red plastic reproduction high heel shoes for the 10.5 inch Tonner Revlon vintage reproduction fashion doll body and Ideal vintage Revlon dolls. These have a unique bow closure. New, mint. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.  2012 pink plastic reproduction high heel shoes for the 10.5 inch Tonner Revlon vintage reproduction fashion doll body and Ideal vintage Revlon dolls. These have a unique bow closure. New, mint, come in cellophane bag. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.  Yona Ceramics of California was run by Yona Lippen and her husband Mac.  Yona Lippen started her career as a Hedi Schoop decorator. She left to start her own business featuring the figurines so popular at the time which were called --- pretty ladies.  Yona's figurines featured add-ons  including ceramic bows, ribbons, and spaghetti spacking.  After the popularity of the film The King and I, she abandoned the ladies in favor of Siamese themes. She often decorated these pieces with gold or silver overglaze.  She closed her business in 1958.


This 8 inch long x 5 1/2 inch tall planter is typical of that period of design.  It is glazed on the inside and the outside in a deep forest green.  Gold overglaze is liberally applied over the ribbed surface  of the outside of the planter.  On the bottom the piece is signed in the same gold color YONA 323.


The planter is in excellent vintage condition and ready to grade your home. Add it to your California ceramics collection today.!

Fire King Turquoise Blue Mixing Bowl- Sp $29.00

 

Tonner Red 10. 5 In. Revlon Doll High Hee $7.50

 

Tonner Pink 10. 5 In. Revlon Doll High He $7.50

 

Yona Ceramics Siamese green gold planter

2012 blue plastic reproduction high heel shoes for the 10.5 inch Tonner Revlon vintage reproduction fashion doll body and Ideal vintage Revlon dolls. These have a unique bow closure. Shoes that came to me were darker blue than pictured and closer to navy blue. New, mint, no box. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.  The McNichol China Company operated first in East Liverpool OH before moving its operations to Clarksburg, West Virginia in the late 1920s.  This mug is marked with the number 34 indicating that is was made in 1934. 


This 3 1/2 inch tall coffee mug may seem skimpy by today's Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts standards, but at the time it was made in the 1920-1950 period, this was a standard size for a coffee mug.  It features a two bands of green, one thicker one near the rim and another band of two thinner green lines a little further down the body. 


The mug is in excellent vintage condition. The bottom is glazed whereas the edge of the bottom rim is unglazed.  There is some scuffing at the very bottom of the outside bottom of the mug. I will leave the deep cleaning to you.  


I would just fill in with java and enjoy!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  2012 black plastic reproduction high heel shoes fit the feet of the 10.5 inch Tonner Revlon vintage reproduction fashion doll body and Ideal vintage Revlon dolls. These have a unique bow closure. New, mint, no box. Insured First Class Mail shipping can be arranged for orders weighing under 13 ounces. Shipping rates will be adjusted for insured small flat rate Priority boxes and envelopes whenever possible.  This cup and saucer is in one of colors of Post 86 Fiesta in production since 1986: white.  Think a cup of tea or java!


It is in excellent shape. Add it to your Fiesta reissue or Post 86 Fiesta collection today.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

Tonner Blue 10. 5 In. Revlon Doll High He $7.50

 

McNichol china green band diner coffee m

 

Tonner Black 10. 5 In. Revlon Doll High H $7.50

 

Post 86 Fiesta white cup saucer

This cup and saucer is in one of colors of Post 86 Fiesta in production since 1986: white.  Think a cup of tea or java!


It is in excellent shape. Add it to your Fiesta reissue or Post 86 Fiesta collection today.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  Vivien Leigh Paper Dolls in Full Color booklet by Tom Tierney is based on the costumes that Vivien Leigh wore in several of her moveis. This is a compilation of the paper dolls originally published by Saalfield Publishing Co. in 1934. It has 16 pages of 1 heavy board paper dolls, 28 costumes from a dozen movies. The movies include Gone with the Wind from 1939, Sidewalks of London from 1938, Fire Over England from 1937, Waterloo Bridge from 1940, Caesar and Cleopatra from 1945-1946, A Streetcar Named Desire from 1951, The Deep Blue Sea from 1955, A Yank at Oxford from 1938, That Hamilton Woman from 1941, Anna Karenina from 1948, the Roman Spring of Mrs.Stone from 1961, and Ship of Fools from1 1965. All dolls and outfits need to be cut out. Standard shipping within the USA is USPS Priority with Shipsurance insurance. 1 or 2 booklets fit into flat rate Priority Mail envelopes. If slower shipping, lower priced media rate shipping is desired, please note that in the comments section of your order form, and the rate will be adjusted. Booklet is new. More are on the way.  Done by Lincoln Vermont potter Marcy Mayforth, this circa 1994 celadon green Tulips 5 inch tall  vase is glazed in a celadon green inside. The design is done in the sgraffito technique, then filled in as in an enamel piece.  There are three pink and blue tulips blossoms on the piece. It is signed Mayforth on the bottom with her last name and the dates 94. It is in excellent shape. Add it to your Vermont Art Pottery collection today.  This set of 4 stacking coffee mugs would be great in a camp kitchen or in a picnic basket as they are virtually unbreakable.  The tan plastic mugs were produced by the Prophylactic Brush Company of Florence, Massachusetts under their Prolon Division.  In 1953 Irving Harper (of George Nelson Associates) designed a very famous line for this company.


These mugs however were part of the Prolon line of institutional ware, and are stamped on the bottom:  Prolon Ware, Florence Mass. with the shape number 11 as well.


They are ready for your picnic basket or camp, so brew the java and head outside.

Post 86 Fiesta white cup saucer

 

Vivien Leigh Paper Dolls in Full Color, $11.00

 

Marcy Mayforth 1994 green Tulips vase $18.00

 

4 Florence Prolon stacking coffee mugs.

Here is a whimsical modern stoneware piece from master potter David Gil at Bennington Potters in Bennington, Vermont. It dates around the year 1960 but before 1962 as it carries both a shape number and the words Bennington Potters and Cooperative Design. It is a later version of this design as the side of the piece is also glazed. The earlier versions of this piece had the side unglazed and trimmed in a orange tint.


It is the same shape as pieces I own which carry the original Raymor line label. This 6 1/2 inch  diameter piece features a wild black outlined abstract bird with purple, pumpkin and yellow dots on its body with a teal eye. 


I recently learned that when Gil decided to mark his works with shape numbers, he started with the number 1300. However, if an earlier design was to remain in production, they marked it with a number starting with 1200. This explains the numbering and mark on the transition pieces, particularly this one marked with shape number #1240.


They are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved into a co-operative of different art potters. 


After 1960, they made their bread and butter by making gorgeous modern styled dinnerware that was distributed throughout the US and sold in fine department stores.


In their 1964 catalogue, Gil described their creations as Art Objects in the Practical Realm" - Museum Honored, Hand-crafted, Modestly Priced.


David Gil started producing work in Bennington Vermont in 1948. They are among the few American studio potteries that turned into production potteries in the midcentury. It evolved into a  co-operative of different art potters, then into the Bennington Potters company we have known since 1960 and still very much active today.  This is a striking Bitossi Italy vase using the very popular orange, yellow and chartreuse colors in the 1950s-1960s from Bitossi. The vase stands 5 3/4 inches tall. This vase is part of the Rosenthal-Netter line of imported Italian pottery and ceramics as it is carries an original paper label.


The body of the vase is done in a vibrant chartruse glaze onto which two highly stylized blossoms have been painted, one orange, one white.  It seems that the Rosenthal-Netter line was a brighter toned line than the Raymor Line.  One sees a lot of yellows and oranges on the Rosenthal-Netter line.


The original paper Rosenthal-Netter black and white paper label carries the stock number 245/2.  


The piece is in excellent condition. Add it to your Rosenthal-Netter or Bitossi  collection.  Made by well-known San Francisco artist Win Ng and signed with his name and San Francisco, this beautiful 4 3/8 inch wide low bowl is a masterpiece of enamel. A Chinese American gay artist, Win Ng (1936-1991) was the subject of a recent 2005 retrospective at the Chinese Historical Society of America.  


Win Ng worked in enamel early on in his career. His primary work was in ceramics and fine art. He later partnered with Taylor to create the well-loved and collectible series of Animal Orgy mugs as well as high end kitcheware which carried the Taylor Ng mark.


This particular bowl has a deep blue and gold flecked background onto which various sized jewels in shades of cobalt blue, pink, green and red.  What is unusual is that the red and blue jewels were fired as a second layer over the first, giving the piece incredible depth. The rim and the back was left in its original copper with no counter-enameling and carries his cursive Win Ng signature as well as the letter number combination B4. The piece is signed San Francisco as well, much like the way pioneer California enamelist Jade Snow Wong signed her pieces. There are some areas on the back of enamel loss due to rubbing, but the front is in excellent condition and is a good early example of Win Ng's career. Add it to your Mid Century enamel collection today.  Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, pair of 3 1/4 inch tall  7 oz. flat cocktails  in the Moss Green color.  This line in transparant colors started in the 1950s.


By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from their father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This pair of 7 oz flat cocktails is in the iconic Moss Green color.  They are in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).

David Gil Bennington #1240 Funky Bird p $75.00

 

Rosenthal-Netter Bitossi chartreuse vase $40.00

 

Win Ng 4. 5 inch blue jewel small dish $75.00

 

pair Morgantown Crinkle cocktails $10.00

Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, this set of 4 14 oz. flat iced tea / lemondade tumblers is in the Moss Green color.  This line in transparant colors started in the 1950s. By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from thier father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This set of 4 14 oz flat iced tea / lemonade tumblers is in the iconic Moss Green color.  They are in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).


 The Tonner Nu Mood Chestnut Fringe Cut fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC33, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. It also fits the 2012 Deanna Denton. This chestnut brown wig with a reddish cast is in a long layered style with bangs and a part near the center. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Package. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.  This is a 5" Cereal Bowl with Gay Fad Fruits design.  Glass and design are in very good condition showing little wear.  No chips or cracks.  Bowl is signed Fire King  This is the first Fruits Cereal Bowl thate I have seen in awhile.  The Tonner Nu Mood Blonde Fringe Cut fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC32, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. It also fits the 2012 Deanna Denton. This blonde wig is in a long layered style with bangs and a part near the center. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Package. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.

set 4 Morgantown Crinkle moss green tumb

 

Tonner Nu Mood Chestnut Fringe Cut Doll $42.00

 

Fire King Gay Fad Fruits Cereal or Chili $12.00

 

Tonner Nu Mood Blonde Fringe Cut Doll Wi $42.00

Nice collectible MA Hadley Fish (approx 6 1/2" long) which could be used as a Spooner or Ashtray or a decorative item in your beach or lake house!  The Fish is in excellent condition and has an embossed signature on the back (see 2nd picture).  Nice collectible MA Hadley Coaster (4") w Thank You For a Wonderful Time phrase and Musical Note decoration.  The Coaster is in excellent condition and is signed on the back (see 2nd picture).  The Tonner Nu Mood Blonde Side Part Wave fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC31, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. It also fits the 2012 Deanna Denton. This blonde wig is in a long attractive wavy style with a side part. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Package. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.  The Tonner Nu Mood Brown Side Part Wave fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC30, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. It also fits the 2012 Deanna Denton. This brown (brunette) wig is in a long attractive wavy style with a side part. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Package. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.

M. A. Hadley Fish Spoon Holder Ashtray- H $8.00

 

M. A. Hadley Coaster- Handpainted Pottery $5.00

 

Tonner Nu Mood Blonde Side Part Wave Dol $42.00

 

Tonner Nu Mood Brown Side Part Wave Doll $42.00

Excellent Fire King (marked) White Swirl Cup and Saucer Set.  No chips or nicks or cracks- very shiny- little, if any, use.  Priced each Set at  This is a very nice 18" X 13 1/2" artist signed (picture 3) Tole Tray by Pilgrim Art.  It is a bit unusual as it has the Basket with Flowers.  It is very colorful and nicely done.  The up side of the Tray has only a little scuffing on the edge.  The back of the Tray has a few scratches as most do (see the 4th photo).  The back also has the Pilgrim Art mark (see 2nd picture).  It is a great item for a collector or decorator and fits many decors from Victorian to traditional to Shabby Chic.  This is a cheerful orange Pyrex 1 1/2 quart Bowl in the Daisy pattern.  It is in very good condition.  There are no chips or cracks or nicks.  The interior Bowl shows little use and is very shiny.  The exterior paint and design is very good with only a few small paint scratches and light paint wear on the underside edge of the handles.  Please see both photos.  The Tonner Nu Mood Platinum Angle Cut fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC29, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. It also fits the 2012 Deanna Denton. This platinum wig is in a simple attractive style with bangs. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Package. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.

Fire King White Swirl Cup and Saucer Set $7.00

 

Vintage Pilgim Art Tole Ware Tray w Flow $29.00

 

Pyrex Daisy Cinderella Mixing Bowl $6.75

 

Tonner Nu Mood Platinum Angle Cut Doll W $42.00

The Tonner Nu Mood Black Angle Cut fashion doll wig, style No. T12NMAC28, is scaled for the 16 inch Tyler Wentworth bodied and all Nu Mood dolls. This dark brunette wig is in a simple attractive style with bangs. It attaches by a velcro-like strip to fashion dolls with a place to attach it and change wigs.  New, Mint-in-the-Box. A single accessory this size can ship by insured USPS First Class Mail postage. This listing is for only the wig and not the model.  This is a Visions 3.5 liter Dutch Oven with Lid in the Cranberry color glass.  The Lid is marked Pyrex.  The bottom is marked Visions 3.5 L Made in USA.  The bottom is a textured glass- it does not have Teflon coating as some did.  The Lid and Pot are in great shape- no chips or cracks- little, if any, scratches and the glass is shiny.  It's a nice one.   Nice Jadite Blossom Bowl made by Anchor Hocking.  It is not marked- none were.  You can use separately or pair with Leaf Plate to make a Set.  I see the Bowls less frequently than I do the Plates.  This Bowl is in excellent condition- no chips or cracks or nicks and little, if any, wear.  Part of one of the most successful lines of dinnerware ever created in American, this iconic line was created by the incomparable industrial designer Russel Wright.  


Produced by the Steubenville Pottery company to his specifications, it was first advertised in 1939. In 1941 this line won the American Designers' Institute Award for the  best ceramic design of the year.  Six colors were introduced in 1939:  Seafoam Blue, Granite Grey, Coral, Chartreuse Curry, Bean Brown and White. 


This lot has three Granite Gray 6 inch bread and butter plates, all in excellent condition and all signed.  This plate is shown on page 16 of the 2000  Keller & Ross book titled Russel Wright Dinnerware, Pottery & More.  An Identification and Price Guide.


Add them to your Russel Wright American Modern or Mid-century collection today.

Tonner Nu Mood Black Angle Cut Doll Wig $42.00

 

Pyrex Visions Cranberry Dutch Oven Stock $29.00

 

Fire King Jadite Blossom Bowl- Fireking $20.00

 

3 Russel Wright American Modern gray pla




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