This is a piece of Shawnee pottery. It could be used for a nut dish, ashtray or teabag holder. It is marked USA on the bottom, It measures 4.5 inches across. It has a slight glaze chip on the edge and a factory chip that is under the glaze, also age glaze crazing.
1986 Legend Products Artic Explorer chalkware wall bust. Fine detailed characature of rugged explorer measuring 6 inches by 4.75 inches. It has no major dings or cracks, but has a bit of wear to the paint.
WWII Brown Betty Redware, red clay enameled teapot. Made in England. This piece is in exceptional condition with little or no wear to the enameling and gold gilding. It measures 5.5 inches tall and approx. 7.5 inches spout to handle. It is marked made in England on the bottom and the numbers I can make out are 898B inside a globe with longitude and latitudes lines. No chips no cracks and if there is any age crazing I can't see it.
Heavily glass enameled metal dishes in a artsy style. One is oval and measures 3 and 7/8 inches long and 1.5 inches wide the seashell dish is 4 and 3/8 inches wide and 3 and 3/4 inches long. These are cobalt blue on the back and in perfect condition.
This vintage planter or reading glass holder looks to be either McCoy, Shawnee or Hull. But I can't find it anywhere. It has a little wood nymph or sprite lounging among the flowers and leaves. The opening is quite large and looks like it was made as a reading glass holder, but would also work as a planter. It measures 4.5 inches tall and 4.25 inches across. It is in good condition with just a few spots where the glaze didn't cover at the factory, clearly visible in the photo...
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.
Authentic vintage Hull Pottery USA, pink and grey mottled Royal Woodland cornucopia planter or vase. Marked Hull W10-11" U.S.A. It is in perfect condition, no chips, no cracks and the glaze is still glossy and the colors bright. It measures approx. 11 inches long and 6.25 inches tall. Circa 1940s to 50s.
Vintage retro ceramic pottery vase with blue and black swallowtail butterfly transfer. It has age glaze crazing which gives it a lot of character. It measures approx 8 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the base. No cracks and no chips, just the crazing you can see in the photos.
Candy corn, bittersweet or pumpkin slag glass by L. E. Smith company of Mr. Pleasant, Pennsylvania in the 1950s. Large footed, fluted, heavy compote or fruit dish. It measures 4 and 3/4 inches tall and 10 inches across. In perfect condition, no chip and no cracks. The glass is till bright and shiny with no wear.
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1800s victorian Bristol glass vase. Made in England. Hand enamel painted with textured waterlilies and gold gilding. This vase is very translucent and delicate. It measures 5.5 inches tall and about 5 inches across. This vase is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no visible wear to the paint.
circa 1930s signed Carlin Comforts matching gold leaf dresser dishes. There is a lidded box and open tray both the same size. Hand painted blue, burgundy and gold. They are in good condition with no chips and no cracks but there is a bit of wear to the gold leaf. They measure 4 and 3/4 inches across and 3 inches wide. Featuring a country hat, ribbons, rake and roses. Made in France.
Graceful, elegant, jet black footed vase. This is opaque and looks like an art deco piece or Egyptian style. Elegant legs come up from a base with both have square details to them. It is 8 inches tall. I have no idea of the age but it looks old. No markings. In excellent condition, no cracks, no chips. This came from a auction.