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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1879: Teco Pottery Matte Green Cabinet Vase

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T1879

Teco Pottery Matte Green Cabinet Vase Great small Teco pottery vase. Made around 1910, the glaze on this lovely piece typifies the "Teco green" - a micro crystalline smooth green glaze. The vase stands 3 3/4" high and about 3 1/4" at its widest. The vase is a classic oriental style. There are no chips or cracks. There are two very small glaze impurities – see the photos.

Teco was actually the product line of The American Terra Cotta Tile and Ceramic Company. The company was founded in 1881 just outside of Chicago, Illinois. More than 120 years later, their pottery continues to exemplify the spirit and excellence of the Arts & Crafts Movement in the United States. (#T-1879)

Keywords: art pottery ceramic arts crafts movement
Circa: 1910
Manufacturer: Teco Pottery  

Full Price: $450.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1295: Weller Pottery Plaque McKinley

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Weller Pottery Plaque McKinley William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, is the subject of this pottery plaque made by Weller Pottery. He was President from 1897-1901. The political plaque, which really looks like a small dish, measures 4 1/2" in diameter. Weller Pottery was in business from 1872 - 1948, in Zanesville, Ohio. These plaques were said to have been made for the St. Louis World's Fair, circa 1904. In very nice condition. Impressed Weller on the back, twice. (#T-1295)

Keywords: antique art pottery arts crafts movement presidential memorabilia historical ceramic

Circa: 1904
Manufacturer: Weller Pottery  

Full Price: $125.00
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Roblin Round Decorated Tile It is very rare to find a glazed piece of Roblin. It is even more rare to find a decorated piece of Roblin Pottery. The design is a flower with leaves - done in blue. These could be bluebells or bleeding hearts. Measures 3" in diameter - and has a slightly rounded surface. Red clay. Impressed ROBLIN on the back. Incised additional markings on the back are 5/05. Done in Chelsea Green with blue. In mint condition. (#T-1255)

keywords: Robertson, Dedham, Arts & Crafts Movement pottery, pot, ceramic, tiles, vase

Manufacturer: Roblin  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1868: Fulper Pottery Deco Bookends

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Fulper Pottery Deco Bookends These mod looking bookends were made by Fulper Pottery in Flemington, New Jersey. Each measures 6" high by 5 5/8" wide, and the depth of the foot is 3". Each have the racetrack mark which dates them from 1922- 1928. Gorgeous brown/tan/gold mottled glazes. These have both been professionally restored - fairly extensively. They did a beautiful job and the bookends display well and look terrific. You can see the restoration on the underside of the foot part. (#T1868)

Key words: art tiles antique vintage ceramic pottery arts & crafts movement

Manufacturer: Fulper Pottery  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1466: American Encaustic AETCO Advertising Pottery Inkwell

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American Encaustic AETCO Advertising Pottery Inkwell This outstanding ceramic inkwell was made by the American Encaustic Tiling Company, of Zanesville, Ohio, as an advertising piece, for their company. The inkwell has an area for two pens to rest (near the front), and two wells for ink, with the original pottery lids. The AETCO logo, within a circle, sits between the two wells. The logo is faint because the glaze was so heavily pooled. done in varying shades of blue, with tints of gold showing up in places, the glaze is truly wonderful. This measures just shy of 6" across, 5" from back to front, and sits about 1 1/2" high. Dating the pottery made by AET is tricky; my best guess is that this was made around 1930 - 1940. The well, and the two lids, are in excellent condition. (#T-1466)

Key words: advertise desk accessories tile clay vintage tiles

Manufacturer: American Encaustic Tiling Company  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T2032: Art Pottery Matte Green Elephant Lamp

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Art Pottery Matte Green Elephant Lamp Really fabulous pottery lamp with a matte green glaze and sporting side "handles" that are elephant heads with upturned trunks. This is a smaller table lamp - perfect for a bedroom dresser - and measures 9" high to the top of the socket, and is about 6" in diameter. The hole for the cord is factory drilled and glazed. I do not know the manufacturer. This looks to be at least "vintage", perhaps even true Arts & Crafts Movement. It is in excellent condition. No cracks, hairlines, or chips. In working condition. (#T-2032)
 

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San Jose Pottery Bookends These bookends are very nice examples of the work done by San Jose Potteries in San Antonio, Texas. The scene depicted on each book end is a cock fight. Shown in the scene are three men wearing colorful clothing and donning sombreros. They are watching two cocks fighting. There is a large cactus in the right background and another palm type plant on the left side. This is done in wonderful vibrant glaze colors - 8 glaze colors! Each measures approximately 7" high by 5 3/4" wide, by 2 3/4" in depth.

Dating to circa 1930-1940. Both bookends are in excellent condition - no cracks, chips or repairs. A fabulous example to go nicely with a tile or pottery collection! (#T-1864)

Key words: art tiles ceramic vintage arts & crafts potteries

Manufacturer: San Jose Pottery  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1455: Brush McCoy Zuniart Bowl

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Brush McCoy Zuniart Bowl Brush McCoy, of Roseville, Ohio, ZuniArt bowl, from their Stoneart line of stoneware. This line was made from 1923 - 1928. Measures 8 1/4" x 2 1/2" high. This is in wonderful condition. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. There is one light rub to one long section of the red/brown band which can be seen in the photo. There is also some very minor discoloration on the bottom of the pot which I believe will clean up. A fabulous piece and an unusual size. (#T-1455)
Manufacturer: as described  

Full Price: $450.00
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Rookwood Green Vase Great production pot made by Rookwood Pottery of Cincinatti, Ohio. Done in a semi matte green glaze. Flame mark dated 1928 - shape number 2972. This measures 5 1/2" high - widest part is 2 7/8". In excellent condition. (#T1106-RAS)

Key Words: American art pottery ceramics arts & crafts movement

Manufacturer: Rookwood  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1105: Peters & Reed Early Matte Green Vase

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Peters & Reed Early Matte Green Vase Great piece of art pottery by Peters and Reed - done in the early 1920's. This stands 8 3/4" tall and is about 4 3/8" at the widest part - the diameter of the base is 2 3/4". Impressed mark of Zane Ware on the bottom. This is a light watery matte green glaze dripped over a darker heavier matte green. In excellent condition. (#T1105-RAS)

Key Words: American art pottery ceramics arts & crafts movement

Manufacturer: Peters & Reed  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1832: American Encaustic bookends

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American Encaustic bookends These bookends are done in a gun metal black glaze, which has slight iridescence to it. They has a young child dancing with a garland, and a rabbit near the foot. The design is molded in very nice high relief. Made by the American Encaustic Tiling Company, of Zanesville, Ohio, probably circa 1925. There is one very tiny glaze break (<1/16") along the front edge of one bookend. Generally in very nice condition.
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Keywords: tiles antique arts crafts movement cherubs angels book end books vintage
Manufacturer: American Encaustic  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1827: Vontury Lamp / Pot

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Vontury Lamp / Pot An outstandingly large piece of art pottery by Vontury. This was obviously originally designed to be used as a lamp base, as evidenced by the factory hole in the bottom. However, this shows beautifully as a pot and would look magnificent on a shelf or table. Measures just a tad under 15" tall and has its largest diameter at about 6 1/2". This is hand painted, under glaze, with stylized buds, flowers and leaves. Background is a high glaze nicely flowing pale brown. The flowers and foliage are executed in shades of greens, muted burgundy, and hues of blues. Although used nicely with art pottery and studio pottery collections, this actually has a porcelain body. Unsigned. there are 3 factory pinholes in the glaze, on the upper part of the neck. No cracks, chips or repairs.

F J. Von Tury was a Hungarian immigrant who founded his pottery in Metuchen, New Jersey in 1939. His works are sometimes signed "Vontury". (#T-1827)

Key words: american ceramics

Manufacturer: Vontury  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1421: American Encaustic Heart Dish

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American Encaustic Heart Dish This pottery dish was made as part of a bridge set. This represented the Hearts suit. Marked AE on the front, for the American Encaustic Tiling Company in Zanesville, Ohio. Probably made in the 20's - this has an attractive blue glaze. Just minor wear - there are no chips. Measures 3 1/2" x 3 1/4" x 5/8" high. Fairly rare to find these. (#T1421)

keywords: tiles art ceramic vintage pottery

Manufacturer: American Encaustic  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item T1875-B: Roseville Rozane Royal Vase - circa 1904

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Roseville Rozane Royal Vase - circa 1904 Fabulous piece of hard to find Rozane Light, also called Rozane Royal and Royal Lights. This new line of art ware was introduced by the Roseville Pottery Company, of Roseville, Ohio, in 1904. The "lights" shades were the pastel version of the darker Rozane line. The designs were executed by artists who did underglaze slip painting (decoration).

This vase measures just over 8 3/4" tall, and has very delicate flowers and leaves - perhaps a Dogwood? The main body in done in shades of gray and ivory. The bottom has an impressed mark which looks to be the number "7". There is one flaw on the backside, looks to be factory - shallow, and measures 1/4" x 1/8". There's a small area of underglaze (factory) impurities - that look like tiny bumps - in the bottom section of the ivory glaze. Displays beautifully - a great addition to an art pottery collection. ( T1875-B )

Key Words: American art pottery ceramics arts & crafts movement

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Roseville Pot Great piece of satin turquoise glaze Roseville Pottery - Cincinnati, Ohio. Two small cute handles on the sides - nice squared off lip on the top. Measures about 6 3/4" from handle to handle, 4" high. Bottom impressed with "Roseville 550 - 4(?)". One factory pinprick. Excellent condition. (#T1513)

Key words: arts & crafts movement ceramic

Manufacturer: as described  

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