This is a really wonderful piece of blackware hand thrown pottery probably made by a Native American potter. It looks very much like Bigmeat Cherokee, but I can't make out the mark on the bottom. It is a nappy style holder with open cut work on the bowl. The handle, upper edge and rim have a wonderful hand rubbed patina to them. It measures 2 and 7/8 inches tall and 5 inches wide at the widest point...
I was told that this is a piece of very old McCoy pottery, but I am not sure of the maker, it could be Hull or even Roseville just looking at the thickness and design of the piece. It is an unmarked auction piece. It has semi-opaque art glaze over a leaf and ribbed design. It measures 4.25 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the top rim. It has a hairline crack in the side that you can see in the picture. Still for the collector of old pottery this is a great heavy lovely item.
For your consideration is a wonderful vintage baby in a bonnet headvase planter that I am told is Hull. The bonnet has pretty soft blue accents and the baby has a white christening gown with gold trim and lovely little yellow roses around the bottom edge. It is marked #265 but no name. This is a very quality piece of pottery. Fine details, hand painting and gold gilding make this really special. It measures 5.75 inches tall and 7 inches wide...
This is a really pretty ribbed crystal sugar dish from about 1950. It measures 3.25 inches in diameter and is 2.5 inches tall. It is an excellent condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is a beautiful footed compote with etched or cut details. It actually looks more like wheel cut. It is 7.25 inches across the top and 2.25 inches high. It is in excellent used condition with no cracks, no chips and no signs of wear. This would make a great petit fours or candy dish. I believe it is vintage or older, I have no idea of the maker. It is an auction piece.
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This is a truly magnificent early American pattern glass complex well cut fruit dish much like a argo pattern bowl or dish, it may very well be argo. This brilliant glass piece has design cutting much like Empire, Pairpoint, Sinclair or Hoare glass companies. It is a very large heavy piece measuring 9 inches across and 3.25 inches high. It has 4 ten point hobstars fan accents and waffle or diamond details and the bottom has 1 smaller eight point hobstar...
This is a nice clear pressed glass toothpick holder. It is vintage and has nice textured details and a handle. I have seen many amber colored ones but not many clear ones. It measures 2.25 inches tall. It does have a chip on the bottom edge. I believe this piece is circa 1940s or 50s, but it is an auction item and I don't know for sure.
This is a really beautiful and elegant pressed glass or brilliant crystal dish or bowl. Probably EAPG or early American pattern glass. It has sprays that look sort of like weeping willows. It is 3 three footed and has pulled glass accents. It measures 9.75 inches in diameter and 3.75 inches high. It does have what looks like a chip in the interior and two very small chips on the rim. All of these can not be felt so it almost seems like manufacturer defects, but I am not sure...
For your consideration are 2 beautiful vintage old timey style crystal candle holders. These candlesticks hold tapers and have wonderful starburst or diamond patters and ball feet. They measure 4 inches in diameter and 1.5 inches high. They are in excellent condition. I have 3 sets of these and will combine shipping on multiple orders.
This is a lovely vintage Pfaltzgraff cream or sauce in pitcher with a country patchwork tulip design in pink, green and light turquoise colors. It measures 5.25 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the bottom. It is unmarked Pfaltzgraff. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, just a small amount of age glaze crazing typical of a vintage item.
This is for a pretty little pressed glass apothecary jar, or dresser jar by Pfaltzgraff in the tea rose pattern with a lid and spout. It has floral decals or tranfers that look like they were fired onto the glass. It measures 3.5 inches tall and 3 inches across the widest part. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. Circa 1985
These are a pair of, male and female, tennis player bookends made of heavy acid etched crystal glass. They measure 6.75 by 5.5 inches and are 1 inch thick. These are very nice quality pieces and are in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches. This would make a great gift for the tennis player. They are very heavy.
This is a truly beautiful Phoenician style vase by the Stangl Pottery Company of Trenton, N.J. from circa 1958 to 1962. It is antiqued 22kt gold over aqua or turquoise glaze. It is hand painted. It measures 9.5 inches tall and 5.75 inches across. This piece is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. This is a great interior decorators piece.
This is a truly wonderful piece that does have a hairline crack at the top edge. It is a hand painted very rich warm 22kt heavy gold gilded pitcher or ewer by Stangl pottery company in Trenton, N.J. circa 1958 to 1962. This is a large piece measuring 11.75 inches tall and approx. 5 inches across the widest part. There is no wear to the pitcher, just the hairline crack. It would still make a stunningly beautiful accent piece.
This is a beautiful porcelain egg coddler made by Royal Worcester of England. It is in the Lavina pattern and has blackberries or raspberry sprays all the way around. It measures 3.5 inches tall and 2 inches across. The lid it chrome. It is in good used condition, no chips, no cracks. I think this is from about the 1970s or 80s.
This is a lovely set of heavy brass clam or abalone seashell bookends. They would make a great desk accessory or even nice to put towels between in the bathroom. They measure 4.75 inches tall and 4.75 inches across the widest part. They are in very good condition. They are unmarked so I don't know the age or maker.
This is a very nice set of spatterware or speckled graniteware and clear glass salt and pepper shakers with a starburst pattern on the bottom. I have not been able to find the maker but they look at least vintage. The are country kitchen type of design and measure 4 inches tall and approx. 1.5 inches across the bottom. They are in good used condition. One lid has a small dent and they both has just a little wear to the enamel giving them more personality.
This is a lovely vintage redware teapot by Royal Canadian Art Pottery in Hamilton Canada. It is brown glaze over red clay much like the brown betty teapots. It is cold painted with stylized tulips or flowers and about 40 percent of the original cold paint is worn off. It also has a chip under the spout and a small glaze rub on the lid handle, other than that it is in good shape, no crazing or cracks. It is approx. a 5 cup size and was made in about the 1950s to 70s...