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 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.
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 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.
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...
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 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.