This is a beautiful rare Dryden Pottery Hot Springs Arkansas piece done from a Van Briggle mold piece. It is circa 1950s. This figural horn cornucopia piece is a brown art glaze with drips and color tone variations. This is a very hard to find piece. It measures 5 inches high, and 9 inches long. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little or no crazing. It does have the point end a bit darkened, with some bubble, from the kiln firing at production.
This is a magnificent conch seashell and applied pansy planter. This is a work of art. The conch is heavily gold gilt, and has luster applied to the inside. The pansy is hand crafted and applied to the shell. The pansy is purple, yellow, and has green leaves with veins and hand painted accents. It measures 4.75 inches high and 9.5 inches long. I does have some damage, It has chips to two of the leaves, on the lower part is missing...
This is such a lovely piece of circa 1950 Hull pottery. It has a lovely white satin or matte art glaze finish and has a wonderful quality feel to it. It is authentic and quite large measuring 11 inches long, 9 inches wide and 9 inches high. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing and no notable discoloration. It has a tiny amount of lime from being used lightly and one edge of the inside rim has a bit of a very small rough spot. It has a clear ring to it...
This is a lovely authentic pink Hollyhock Brush McCoy pottery 176-5 USA circa 1961 planter, or flower pot. It has raised relief flowers and is marked on the bottom. It measures 4.75 inches tall and 5.5 inches in diameter. It is in very good condition, no cracks, no chips. It does have fine age glaze crazing typical in vintage pieces.
This is an adorable little satin glaze yellow planter in the shape of a teddy bear and drum. It is 4.75 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks and no visible signs of wear. This would make a great gift with a little plant of flowers in it for a baby gift, shower or room. It is unmarked and I have no idea of the age, but it looks vintage.
This unmarked pink, white and green circus elephant planter is made by American Bisque and it a vintage piece. It measures 6 inches long and 5.25 inches tall. It is in very good condition, no cracks and no chips. It has just the tiniest bit of age glaze crazing and only in a couple of spots.
This is a lovely little mother goose style planter. It is either a duck or a goose with a pink bonnet and bow. She has long eyelashes and an open mouth. I believe it to be vintage but don't know the maker or age for sure. It is marked G1948 on the bottom. This piece is in very good condition, no chips or cracks. It does have a tiny what looks like a stress crack at the back edge but it is under the glaze so it was a factory defect. It is very small and not easily seen...
A vintage Morton Pottery Company head down #643 bird. This is circa 1920s to 50s, This piece looks old with some age glaze crazing which is typical for a piece of this age. It measures 7 inches tall and 5 inches across. It is in very good condition, no cracks and no chips. It looks very similar to McCoy, Hull or Shawnee pottery.
This is a lovely set of blue satin glaze baby shoe planters that are most likely made by Shawnee Pottery Company. They are marked USA on the bottom and are circa 1930s to 1940s. They are button up shoes and measure 2.25 inches high and 4.5 inches long. One is in excellent condition and the other has a very thin hairline crack down the center back.
This is a lovely old pottery planter that is ribbed or banded and celadon green in color. It measures 4 inches tall and 4 and 7/8 inches across the rim. This is an old vintage piece that is marked either 47D or 470, I am not sure which. It has age glaze crazing throughout, but lightly on the outside and more heavy inside and on the bottom. It has on pinhead size glaze chip on the edge, other than that no chips, and no cracks.
This is a beautiful little miniature vase marked Inarco Cleve, Ohio E-2197. It still has the original foil label as well. This piece has a whit satin or matte finish, and oak leaf and shell patterns. It is footed or pedestal shaped. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no crazing. This is a vintage 1960s piece.
This piece is unmarked but said to be by Shawnee Pottery Company in Zanesville, Ohio between 1931 and 1960 when the plant closed. It measures 6 inches tall and and approx. 6.5 inches wide. It is in very good condition, no chips or cracks with just a light age glaze crazing which is typical for pieces of this age. This piece is a very nice heavy pour.
This is a lovely hand thrown pottery planter with art glaze hand painted in navy blue, gray, and brown speckled. It has the artists name Beth on the bottom. This piece measures 2.75 inches high, and 4.5 inches diameter. it is in excellent condition, it doesn't even look used, but is being sold as used. I do not know the age, it is an auction piece. It is very masterfully made.
Old Vintage oval planter with air brushed pink and green painted parakeets and flower. This piece has a yellowish cream glaze for the background. It is unmarked, except for USA, but looks a lot like some American Bisque pieces or Hull or Shawnee. I have no idea of the maker. It measures 10 inches long and 4 and 3/8 inches wide and 3 inches tall. It is in good condition with just a bit of age glaze crazing typical for a piece this age...
This is a really pretty cardinal bird planter with a wedged base probably made by American Bisque. The bottom is just like their style but it is unmarked. It is in very good condition, no cracks, no chips, just some age glaze crazing that is typical of older pieces. It measures 6 inches across and 4.75 inches tall.
This is a red clay drip glaze swan planter made by Enesco Imports of Japan. It is lovely shades of brown, burgundy, pink and turquoise art glaze. It measures 7.5 inches long and 5 inches tall. It is in very good condition. The only marks are on the base there is a small chip that is under the glaze so it happened at the factory, and a bit of wear to the eye paint and a small amount of age glaze crazing typical of a piece this age. Circa 1950 or earlier.
This is a pretty vintage bamboo planter. It looks like the quality of McCoy, Hull or maybe Shawnee, but it is unmarked, so I am not sure of the age or maker. It does have age glaze crazing so I believe it is old. This measures 4.5 inches high and 4.75 by3.25 inches across. Besides the crazing this piece does have 4 hairline cracks around the edge and some discoloration around the back as well. This would still work great for a dry arrangement or accent piece.
This is a nice little signed rectangle pink spatter glaze pottery planter. It is signed. I can make out CA and then Pottery 140, the rest I can't make out. It measures. 8.25 by 4 inches and 2.75 inches tall. It has a small chip on the inside edge but other thank that in good shape. No cracks and no crazing that I can see.