This beautiful duck planter is made by the Frankoma Pottery Company. It measures 12 inches long, a little over 6 inches at the widest part of the wings, and about 6 inches at the tallest part of the head. It appears to be in unused condition and has the Frankoma signature and number 208 on the bottom.
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This beautiful vase stands 16 1/4 in. tall and is 7 inches across at its widest point. It is hand painted with burgundy and pink flowers on one side and ivory flowers on the reverse. The paint is bright and condition is very good for an item of this age. It was probably produced in the early part of the 20th century or before. It is marked on the bottom as shown in the picture.I am not familiar with the marking. This vase would make a beautiful addition to your collection.
Price Reduced! These lovely Red Wing English Garden candle holders were made in the 1920's and '30's. They could also be used as bud vases. Their surface has a light brown wash which accents the pattern. No chips, cracks or other imperfections. They are 6 in. tall and about 2 1/2 in, at the base. Have seen elsewhere for $85+. Passing on a good deal to you, our price WAS $60, NOW $40 for the pair or $25 for one, plus shipping and insurance. Need zip for shipping cost.
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This lovely Hull pottery Bow Knot basket has delicate colors of pink ivory and blue with flowers on the front and a bow on the handle. Sadly, it has a small crack where the handle is attached, probably a production fault, as it seems to be glazed over. In perfect condition, this piece would be worth at least $350, but I am offering it in its present condition for half price, or $175. This is a great chance to own a fairly rare piece at a reasonable price...
We are offering for sale an American Modern covered casserole with a stick handle made by Russel Wright. It is a pale aqua color with some crazing in the finish typical for this type of dinnerware. There are no chips or cracks. A great addition to your mid 20th century dinnerware collection.
This Fiesta fruit dish is yellow and measures 4 3/4 inches in diameter. It is marked with the Fiesta imprinted trademark as shown in the extra picture. these bowls were produced by the Homer Laughlin Company from 1938 to 1959. I have 3 in yellow, all in excellent condition.
This striking deer planter is a contrast in black and white with accents of gold. The upper edge of the planter has a lighter drip glaze. It is unmarked, and the bottom is partially unglazed. The deer is similar to those found in McCoy and Shawnee pieces. I have seen the same planter in other colors, but this is by far the most attractive and would be a great addition to black and white decor. There are no marks, cracks, or defects on this piece.