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All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1970 item #1154284 (stock #467)
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$250.00
In the 1960's the Enesco importing company began marketing a line of kitchen novelties that they called “Mother in the Kitchen.” Today, they are better known as "Prayer Ladies.” Each piece has a woman wearing a long white apron with a prayer on it. Her hands are pressed together, and her head is slightly lowered with eyes closed, signifying that she is praying. The woman always has a bun in her brown hair, and is typically wearing a pink dress...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1960 item #1151300 (stock #458)
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$99.00
In 1952 the Roseville Pottery Company manufactured a line of pottery called "Raymor". It was designed by Ben Seibel and was marketed as "modern stoneware". It came in 5 different colors which were meant to be mixed and matched. This water pitcher is in the Beach Gray color. It stands 10" high. It has very modern lines and comes with an ice lip. It is marked on the base with the Roseville and Raymor marks, as well as the number 189. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1950 item #1146388 (stock #439)
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$50.00
This coffee pot was manufactured in England by Royal Worcester. It is labeled as crown ware and is a deep gold in color with fruits and foliage in the pattern. It measures about 9.25" high with the lid and is about 7.5" wide (across the handle and spout). There is crackling throughout the piece, but no actual damage.
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #1088654 (stock #427)
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$35.00
This wonderful cup and saucer were made in England by the Johnson Brothers. The pattern is called "Fish" and was only manufactured from 1955-1976. As the pattern name would indicate, the design shows various fish on a cream background. The cup measures 2.75" high and has a 3.25" diameter at the rim. The saucer measures 5.75" in diameter. The cup is marked "Made in England", while the saucer the Johnson Brothers mark (see photo). Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : China : English : Wedgwood : Pre 1990 item #1060472 (stock #422)
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$50.00
These plates are manufactured by Wedgwood. The beautiful floral pattern with butterflies is called "Charnwood" and was manufactured between 1951 and 1987. We have 6 - 10.75" dinner plates ($30.00each), 5 - 8" salad plates ($12.50 each), 4 - 6" bread and butter plates ($7.00 each), 6 - 6" cereal bowl ($12.00 each) and 1 - 8" vegetable bowl ($50.00). All of the pieces are in excellent condition, with many still in the original plastic packaging.
All Items : Dinnerware : Blue Ridge : Pre 1960 item #1048994 (stock #417)
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$65.00
Blue Ridge dinnerware was manufactured in Erwin Tennessee by Southern Potteries Inc. It was produced from the 1930s to 1956, and came in a number of different styles and patterns. All pieces were hand painted underglaze. This plate is in the Christmas Tree line. It depicts a decorated tree complete with presents. There is also a sprig of mistletoe in the upper right corner of each plate. Since these plates were all hand decorated, they are each unique in their design...
All Items : China : English : Staffordshire : Pre 1970 item #984880 (stock #353)
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$60.00
These crescent shaped dishes are called bone dishes. They were made by Royal Staffordshire in the "Tonquin" pattern, which was designed by Clarice Cliff in the 1930's. This set consists of 1 pink, 1 brown, 1 blue and 1 mulberry dish. Each dish measures 6.5" by 3" and has a slightly scalloped edge. They are all in excellent condition.
All Items : China : English : Spode : Pre 1980 item #982552 (stock #352)
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$249.00
This tureen mas made by Spode-Copeland of England. The pattern, called "Blue Flowers", was produced from 1966 - 1977, and is characterized by blue and yellow flowers on a white background. This is a covered tureen - I believe they call it a covered vegetable tureen. It is footed, but does not have to tall pedestal type base. It measures about 9.25" in diameter at the widest, and is just over 8.5" tall (to the top of the finial). The ladle does not have any pattern on it...
All Items : Glassware : Milk : Pre 1920 item #841391 (stock #282)
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$195.00
Cosmos, or Stemless Daisy, is a patterned glassware most identified by pastel flowers on a cross-hatched background of milk glass. The Consolidated Glass Company only made this line from 1894 - 1915. This butter dish measures 8" wide and is 5.5" tall. I do not see any damage of any kind. There are 2 "straw marks" on the underside of the plate (see photos) made during the manufacturing process...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1950 item #829734 (stock #275)
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$225.00
This bowl was made by the Homer Laughlin China Company and is in the popular Fiesta line. The Fiesta line was first introduced in 1936 in 6 original colors. The mixing bowls were only produced in these original 6 colors since they were only produced from 1936 to 1943. They were produced in 7 sizes ranging from 5" to 11.5". Each bowl is marked on the bottom, with #1 being the smallest, and this (#7) being the largest. This #7 bowl is considered by collectors to be a "hard to find" item...
All Items : Dinnerware : Fiesta : Pre 1980 item #742459 (stock #240)
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$295.00
"Vintage" Fiesta dinnerware was produced by the Homer Laughlin China Company in West Virginia, from 1936 until 1973. Over 50 pieces were originally made in 11 different colors. The design (by Frederick Rhead) is characterized by a simple band of rings, generally found at the rim of the piece. This relish tray consists of 6 pieces - a light green center insert, 2 ivory side inserts, 1 red side insert, 1 yellow side insert, and a red tray base...
All Items : China : English : Pre 1910 item #651203 (stock #206)
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$25.00
These crescent shaped dishes or "bone dishes" were created by Johnson Brothers, England. They are in the Leighton pattern, in gray. The Leighton pattern is a floral pattern, and is considered to be a Johnson Brother's "Golden Oldie". The mark dates their production to around 1900 (see photo). Each dish measures 6 1/4" by 4" and is 7/8" high. 4 are in excellent condition, with some crazing (typical of 100 year old pieces)...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #609107 (stock #191)
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$105.00
This Calyx ware piece was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. It is in the lovely Chusan pattern. This pattern is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #606993 (stock #188)
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$95.00
This Calyx ware coffee pot was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. The pattern is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green. The color was believed to mimic the green shades of jade. This...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #606989 (stock #187)
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$40.00
This Calyx ware place setting was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. It is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green. The color was believed to mimic the green shades of jade. These...
All Items : China : English : Pre 1920 item #563264 (stock #174)
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$125.00
This beautiful piece was made by Royal Bayreuth before 1920. Royal Bayreuth was founded in Tettau, Bavaria, in 1794. While the factory has continued to modern times, the marks have changed through the years. A stylized crest, the name Royal Bayreuth, and the word Bavaria appear in slightly different forms from 1870 to about 1919. Later marks include the words U.S. Zone, the year of the issue, or the word Germany instead of Bavaria. This creamer depicts five sheep in a snow covered terrain. ...
All Items : Dinnerware : Fiesta : Pre 1950 item #545957 (stock #160)
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$195.00
This amazing stick handled demitasse coffee pot was made by Fiesta. The company discontinued this piece in 1944, so it is becoming increasingly difficult to find. It was only produced in red, cobalt, ivory, yellow, lt. green and turquoise. This example is in cobalt. It measures 6 1/4" tall, and has a 3 1/4" diameter at the opening. Unfortunately it has no lid. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. This coffee pot lists for $610 (with lid, of course)
All Items : China : English : Pre 1970 item #523208 (stock #118)
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$95.00
This beautiful tureen was made by Burgess & Leigh in Burslem, England. I do not know the name of the pattern, but it is spectacular! The colors in the transfer pattern are amazing. There are gray borders with gold flowers, cobalt borders with gold and white geometric shapes, arches made of blue and burgundy flowers and green leaves, and a variety of fleur de lis shapes of white, gray, cobalt and burgundy colors. The tureen also has hand painted gold highlights. This tureen consists of a bow...
 
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