Vintage cup and saucer in the Fern Dell pattern by Franciscan. Mid century Fifties style 1957. Oatmeal color background with fern decoration. No chips or cracks. Some use wear on the saucer but still good. I have 5 sets available. Price is for 1 cup with matching saucer. See other pieces to this pattern I have available. Sorry about the camera glare, not so good photo.
I am offering a set of Fiesta shakers in Red-orange and green. Both are in good condition with mild overall crazing to the glaze and a bit of staining especially on the foot of the red orange one. It also shows what may be a small hairline on the bottom of the foot. It does not show on top, and cannot be felt so it may only be a straight craze line for about ½”. They both have 7 holes on top, but the green one has larger holes. They stand about 2 5/8” tall. Please see pics. I will always be will... Click for details
This listing has a service for 4 from McCoy’s Bluefield dinnerware line! There are 4 dinner plates, 4 bread/dessert plates, 4 cereal/salad bowls, and 4 cups. All are in excellent condition with a few typical McFlaws – nothing serious or detrimental, just a glaze imperfection and one plate rim edge has a tiny indent that received color and glaze. Dinnerware services from the Bluefield line are very difficult to find!
Very pretty colors on this McCoy Canyon serving bowl! It measures 10 ¼” long, 6 ½” wide, 3 1/8” tall and bottom is marked 1425, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowl has no dings, no cracks, no chips – super!
Neat dinnerware service from McCoy’s Strawberry Country line! There is a total of 16 pieces – 4 dinner plates, 4 bread/dessert plates, 4 salad/cereal bowls, and 4 cups. There are no chips, dings, or cracks on any of the pieces but there is minor wear to the strawberry decals, mostly on the dinner plates but nothing serious. Set is priced to reflect this imperfection!
Rare find, a matching creamer and sugar bowl in the #5603 pattern by Thomas Hughes & Sons, Staffordshire England. Says Unicorn and has a shield with a Lion in it also. Pattern #: 5603 Description: MAROON PANELS, FLORAL SPRAYS, SCALLOPED EDGES WITH GOLD TRIMS. No chips or cracks to either the creamer, or lid. The sugar bowl does have some chips on the underside of the edge where the lid fits on it. Please email me for photos if you like. These are nice large pieces, There is typical age crazing ... Click for details
Huge hand painted pitcher made by Gibson. Beautiful hand painted grapes and vines, strawberries, pears and red apples all in relief. Heavy ceramic and is in perfect condition. Has a wonderful Tuscan flair. Measures 10 1/4" tall.
Rare blue platter by Gale Turnbull of Vernon Kilns. The pattern is T-671 from Vernon Kilns' Casa California Hermosa hand painted series. Marked on the back, this chop plate or platter is in excellent condition and measures 14” in diameter. Circa 1937-38.
Royal Oak by Metlox Pottery platter or charger with an embossed oak leaf and acorn pattern in a cream color on pink rim. Marked on the back: Royal Oak Metlox Calif USA. In excellent condition, it measures 13.5" diameter. Circa 1942-1946.
Pair of California Pottery Metlox Poppytrail purple grape cluster bowls. Colors are vibrant and they are in excellent condition each one measuring 7.5" x 6" x 2" high. Marked on bottom "Poppytrail, Made in Calif". Circa 1970's.
Large California Pottery Metlox Poppytrail purple grape cluster bowl. Colors are vibrant and it is in excellent condition measuring 12.25" x 9" x 3" high. Marked on bottom "Poppytrail, Made in Calif" and also has original Metlox sticker. Circa 1970's.
Franciscan Apple shakers are 2" tall and 2" wide. They are not marked. Excellent condition, no nicks, chips or cracks, satisfaction guaranteed. Free shipping is for U.S. buyers and applies to this item only. International buyers please email for cost. Please see all the Vintage Franciscan Apple listed on our site. THANK YOU!
Old center bowl for the lazy susan in the Nasco Mountain Woodland pattern. This one is discolored brown from the heat but has no chips or damages other than that. Use it as a replacement for a broken one, or makes a great extra for replacing the dip. Pretty brown transferware with random watercolor highlights of green and yellow. I have LOTS of pieces I will be listing in this pattern.