Wonderful Eames era fifties moderne bowl stamped Madeline Originals. Madeline Johnson and her husband began the company in 1948.She had previously been a Cleminsons decorator.For 10 years she marked her wares as Madeline Ceramics. She then changed her name because it sounded better. This great shallow bowl with stripes design measures 14 1/2" x 10 1/4". wonderful condition, but there is a fleck of glaze off the underside edge. Very very tiny. This is a wonderful piece!
This is a really cool fish made by a California pottery in the 50's era. Possibly Catalina, Haldeman, or maybe even Metlox. I found colors that match all the above. No mark on the back, but they all used paper labels at one time. Pretty turquoise green with a foamy brown edging. Measures 14 1/8" x 19 3/4" and 2" deep. The clay under the glaze is a white color. The bottom of the dish is completely glazed also. Wonderful condition. There is a pin head size glaze pop/chip, thats how I could tell... Click for details
Mid Century Moderne double server is marked Brandts of California, 107, Rockwood. Made of heavy ceramic or potteryDark green heavy glaze and bottom looks like chipped wood, with it being unglazed. Stands on three legs. Figure 8 shape with center handle incorporated into the shape. Very Heavy. Measures 13 1/2" long x 7 3/4". Great condition with no chips or cracks. A really cool piece of California Pottery.
1940's California Craftsman dinnerware. Yellow salad or dessert plate measures 6 3/8" diameter. Excellent condition. I have two available and both are excellent. Price is per plate. I have other colors and pieces of this dinnerware I will be listing.
Walker-Renaker 1940's era pixie or brownie pulls a leaf shaped cart. Walker Pottery of California Pixie Planter or Toothpick, 5" high. Made of hand painted, glazed heavy pottery. Great conditon with no chips cracks or damages. I will be listing other matching pixies.
Walker-Renaker 1940's era pixie or brownie figurine in a kneeling position cradles a little brown bunny rabbit. Walker Pottery of California, 4" high. Made of hand painted, glazed heavy pottery. Great condition with no damages. I will be listing other matching pixies.
A wonderful figurine by california potters Rio Hondo. No markings but 90% sure due to eye details, on both and ear coloring. body color was used also. Figurine measures just over 4" tall and is in great condition. No cracks chips or repairs. There is typicl underglaze crazing which is normal for this old pottery and does not take away from the charm or value.
For sale is a Lane & Company #3060 holiday motiff relish tray/ server/ chip & dip. Measures 12" in diameter and is about 1 1/2" deepMarked Lane & Co. Van Nuys, CA. #3060 The theme appears to be somewhat abstract or stylized. the colors are a green and brown on a cream color ceramic. It has a feel of Thanksgiving or Christmas in its appearance. It's rustic looking colors would fit in well with a cabin decor or the 50's early 60's retro look. The shapes give the appearance of a pine cone and pine... Click for details
Amazing red glaze with small crackle or splotches glaze. This I believe is for cigars. Measures 11" in diameter and has 6 rests for cigars or cigarettes. Measures 2 1/4" deep. Marked underglaze Made in USA Maddux Cal. Pristine condition. Heavy, please include zip when inquiring.
Bauer made this #18 mixing bowl. 1950's Chartreuse or lime with speckles. Measures just over 8" in diameter and is 4 1/2" deep. Marked faintly Bauer 18. Excellent except for one very teensy chip (See photo).
Nice Sascha Brastoff California Pottery astray measures 7 1/8" in diameter and has a matte glaze. Nice backstamp. This cool collectors piece is quite unique, and perfect for any Sascha B. fan out there. Sascha Brastoff made California Pottery from 1953-1973, and it has become even more collectible since his death in 1993.
Nice gift, for re-sale, or add it to your personal collection Perfect condition with no damages.
Oval wall hanging with aladys bust. Green trim. Measures 3 3/8" x 4 1/8". Holes with original ribbon for hanging. It has the early mark, a lower case b inside a C for Betty Cleminson. Perfect condition other than some crazing which is normal for this age and type of pottery.