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All Items : China : French : Pre 1910 item #1157623 (stock #468)
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$250.00
This is a beautiful majolica plate with a rabbit design. It was manufactured in France by Choisy Le Roi. There were actually 6 different plate designs manufactured. Most were made for Higgins & Seiter of New York. The design was patented in 1900. This particular plate has 2 rabbits. They appear to be running. The closer one has his ears down against his back. The other rabbit has his ears more upright and is looking back. They appear to be in a field or garden...
All Items : China : Pre 1990 item #1151376 (stock #459)
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$99.00
This is a beautiful vase manufactured in Denmark by B & G (Bing and Grondahl). It has a Dandelion design in gray, green and white on a light blue background. It measures 9.75" tall and is 5" in diameter at the widest. It is marked "Copenhagen Porcelain, Made in Denmark" and has the B&G mark. It also has the initials KJ as well as the number 285-5243 on the base. It is glazed on both the inside and outside of the vase. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
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 : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1146397 (stock #441)
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$95.00
This is a wonderful ceramic child's warming and feeding dish. It was manufactured in 1958 and is marked "Holt Howard". It has a dog shape - and actually looks a lot like Lady from Lady and the Tramp. The dish has a hollow center and a hole where the dog's tail should be. In order to keep the food warm, you would pour hot water in the hole and cork it shut. The cork is missing. There is also some crackling - especially on the tray area. Otherwise, this dish is in great shape...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Weller : Pre 1940 item #1098430 (stock #429)
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$150.00
This is a beautiful jardiniere by Weller. It has a squirrel and acorn motif with leaves, nuts and branches all around the 2 squirrels. It is in a blended high gloss glaze of browns, and greens. This design is often seen in the Clinton Ivory line, but is much rarer in the blended glaze finish. The Jardiniere measures nearly 9" in diameter and is about 7.25 " high. The jardiniere has a tight hairline (see photo), but rings well...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1045581 (stock #415)
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$295.00
This is a set of 4" towel hooks from Holt Howard. They were manufactured in 1959, and are in the highly collectible pixie line. They are a great way to hang your kitchen towels or pot holders. They are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1045577 (stock #414)
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$395.00
This terrific spice set was imported by Holt Howard in 1959. It is in the popular Cozy Kitten line. It consists of 1 large garlic salt kitten head, and 3 small kitten heads for paprika, nutmeg and cinnamon. The set also comes with the original wall hanger and corks. When assembled, the set measures 11" long. It is marked (see pictures) and is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 2000 item #1017065 (stock #397)
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$20.00
These plates are from a series of scenic plates produced in the 1980's and 90's by Poole Pottery. Each measures 6" and depicts a different brightly colored Bavarian scene. The back of each plate is marked with the Poole Pottery logo as well as the plate and scene number. All 5 are in excellent condition with no damage. We have 435 Scene V, 434 Scene IV, 432 Scene II, 431 Scene I, and 437 Scene VII.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1910 item #940583 (stock #334)
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$275.00
This terrific bowl was manufactured by the Cambridge Art Pottery Co. The Company was in was in business from 1900 to 1909 in Cambridge Ohio where they produced artware, vases, jardinieres, dinnerware and other clay specialties. For a very brief period in 1907 they produced a line called "Otoe" which was characterized by a matte green glaze. This bowl is very much from the arts & crafts period with its geometric design. It is marked "OTOE" on the base. The base also bears the numbers 702 and 7...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Weller : Pre 1920 item #940570 (stock #333)
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$215.00
This bowl was made in 1915 by Weller. The pattern is called "Orris". It has a matte green finish over a red clay base. It looks like the green glaze was rubbed before firing, allowing the floral motif to show through. This bowl measures 2.5" high and is 6.75" wide. It has 4 feet. The Orris line is unmarked, although the bottom of this bowl has been painted gray and does have a signature as well as the number 44. It is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1920 item #924866 (stock #326)
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$195.00
These beautiful candlesticks were made by the Roseville Pottery Company. Since records were not meticulously taken early on, and most of the early pieces of Roseville were not marked, little seems to be known about these candlesticks. They can be found in most Roseville Pottery books. They are called "Decorated and Gold Traced", and are said to have been produced before 1916. They are considered rare...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Art Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1950 item #879518 (stock #292)
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$225.00
The Rookwood Pottery Company was established in Cincinnati Ohio in 1879. While early pieces were hand decorated, pieces after 1900 are said to be "production" pieces. The beauty in these later pieces often comes from the shape and design of the mold rather than hand-painted art work. Most Rookwood pieces are marked with the the reverse "RP". This mark originated in 1886. A "flame" was added (radiating out from the RP mark) for each year up until 1900...
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...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Hull : Pre 1960 item #826062 (stock #274)
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$80.00
This beautiful wall pocket was made by the Hull Pottery Company in the early 1950's. It is in the Sun Glow pattern which is characterized by a pansy design. This wall pocket is in the shape of a cup and saucer. It is pink in color with yellow flowers and green leaves on the cup. The pink saucer has a scalloped edge and a yellow bow at the top. It measures 6.5" in diameter and is marked "USA" and "80" on the back. It is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. There is only mini...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1940 item #788807 (stock #262)
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$695.00
This beautiful pitcher was produced by the Roseville Pottery Company. It is in the "fuchsia" or "fuschia" pattern which was only produced for a very short time in the late 1930's. It is green in color with green leaves, and brown and white flowers. The pitcher does have an ice lip on the spout. It measures 8 1/2" at the widest (across the handle and spout) and is 8" tall (at the highest point on the handle). It is marked "Roseville 1322" on the base (see photos), as well as what might be th...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #752122 (stock #244)
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$325.00
This pair of Spaniels was made in the Staffordshire district of England. A great number of potteries have made Staffordshire their home since the early eighteenth century. These potteries created figurines which were often made in pairs that mirrored one another; dogs were a favorite. The figurines were most often only decorated on the front as they were meant to be displayed against a wall (sometimes called "flat backs"). Each dog in this pair measures 6" wide, 2.25" deep and stands 7" tall...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Vases : Pre 1960 item #660943 (stock #216)
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$325.00
This 4-fluted vase was made by The Rookwood Pottery Company. The Company was operational from 1879-1967. This piece was made in 1950, as indicated by the "L" under the Rookwood mark on the base. It is very unique in both shape and color. The shape is bulbous at the bottom, then sort of pinched at the top to form 4 flutes. The glaze is beautiful. It is a mix of black, brown, gray and white on the exterior. The glaze was allowed to just run down the sides of the vase. The interior of the v...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1920 item #660262 (stock #215)
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$145.00
This cereal bowl was made by the Roseville Pottery Company. It is in the "Juvenile" pattern which was made around 1920. The Juvenile pattern depicts many different characters and figures. This bowl has the Sunbonnet girl. It is a rimmed bowl, with a 1/4" red band around the rim. Inside the bowl, there are 3 Sunbonnet girl figures. In each case the girl is wearing a blue dress and yellow bonnet. There is a thin black line 1 3/8" from the bottom of the bowl on the inside, and another thin b...
 
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