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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 : Porcelain : Pre 1950 item #873169 (stock #290)
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$50.00
This ramekin and underplate are beautifully hand-painted in shades of purple, and gray with highlights of gold. The ramekin has a scalloped edge which is trimmed in gold. The inside has purple flowers with white centers and leaves and drapes of gold. The outer edge of the ramekin has several hand-painted flowers. It measures 1.75" high, and has a diameter of 3 7/8" across the scalloped edge. The underplate has a diameter of 5.25"...
All Items : Animals : Pre 1950 item #873055 (stock #289)
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$125.00
Brad Keeler was a California artist who, in 1939, began creating "naturalistic studies" of birds and animals. These creations were then sold though gift stores. Keeler is best known for his decorating techniques whereby he first applied color with an airbrush, then hand-painted other details to enhance the figurines. Sadly, Keeler died suddenly in 1952. His pottery closed shortly thereafter. This blue jay was created in the mid 1940's. It stands 9.25" tall and is about 6.75" long...
All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #851365 (stock #286)
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$175.00
This is an actual store display for Presto cookers and canners. It was manufactured by National Presto Industries, Inc, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and distributed by the Allison-Erwin Company of Charlotte, North Carolina. This case was originally sold to F.E. Biggerstaff of Bostic N.C., as there is a brochure addressed to Biggerstaff dated January 4, 1955 which includes the parts prices for that year...
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1970 item #851352 (stock #285)
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$175.00
This beautiful decanter was manufactured by Baccarat. I believe the pattern is called "Tallyrand" and was made from 1937 to 1970. This decanter has the cut glass stopper. It measures 9 1/8" with stopper and is 4 3/4" in diameter at the base. It is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. It is marked on the base.
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 : 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...
All Items : Cookie Jars : Pre 1960 item #799758 (stock #264)
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$325.00
During the 1920's The Quaker Oats Company acquired "Aunt Jemima". Since that time, she has been used in numerous advertising premiums. This cookie jar is such an example. During the 1950's Quaker Oats offered this svelte "soft plastic" version. This is the second time Quaker Oats offered a plastic Aunt Jemima cookie jar - the first was a hard plastic version manufactured by F&F. Apparently this slimmer, lighter skinned version was not as popular with the public, so the company discontinued ...
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 : Porcelain : Contemporary item #787264 (stock #259)
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$80.00
This wonderful set is from the Smithsonian Collection by Goebel. The beautiful floral images, highlighted in 22 karat gold, were inspired by the botanical prints found in the libraries of the Smithsonian Institute. This set consists of an 8.5" (tall) vase, and a pair of 6.75" candle holders. The pattern on each depicts beautiful white roses with green and gold accents. Each piece is in excellent condition, with no damage of any kind. The price is for the 3-piece set.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Heisey : Pre 1950 item #787239 (stock #258)
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$30.00
This beautiful stem was made by the Heisey Glass Co. It is stem number 3350, and etch number 439. The pattern is called "Pied Piper" and was made from 1922 to 1942. The pattern consists of medallions or circles with people etched within each. This piece has 3. One is a male figure playing the pipe - the pied piper himself, of course. The other two show dancing females - presumably children, if you know the story. The medallions are linked together by swags. This piece is called a champagn...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1910 item #786739 (stock #257)
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$150.00
This amazing pouch was made by Native Americans, most likely the Iroquois. The front of the pouch is made of a tan, heavy cotton material, with brown and green beads applied in a floral design. All of the beadwork is hand stitched and original. The back of the pouch is a pink satin type material. Hand stitching connects the front to the back. The pouch still contains the original papoose. "1909" is beaded on the bottom of the pouch, leading me to believe it may have originally been sold as ...
All Items : Art : Paintings : Pre 1990 item #761977 (stock #251)
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$650.00
Red Skelton was born in 1913, the son of a circus clown. Skelton himself got one of his earliest tastes of show business with that same circus and decided to become an entertainer at age 9. Through all of his career, Red never forgot his roots, and always seemed to fall back to the familiar -the clown. He decided to try his hand at art at an early age painting a variety of subjects. He states "In the beginning I could not afford paint brushes, so I cut locks of my hair and glued these to a s...
All Items : Dolls : Pre 1980 item #761900 (stock #250)
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$70.00
In 1978 Kenner introduced "Darci" and friends in order to compete with Barbie. In their attempt to set her apart, Kenner opted to make Darci different - she was 12 1/2" tall with a fully poseable body and 3 distinct hair colors. She was marketed as a real "cover girl", complete with several designer outfits, a fashion studio, and her own line of perfume. Sadly, despite Kenner's efforts, Darci could not compete with Barbi, and production was stopped shortly after it started. This Darci is an i...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Cambridge : Pre 1960 item #758151 (stock #247)
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$350.00
The Cambridge Glass Company was in business from 1901 to 1958. They primarily made beautiful crystal dinnerware, and were the largest manufacturer of this type of glass in the 1920's and 30's. Early in the 1930's they began producing the "chantilly" pattern. This pattern was characterized by a delicate floral and scroll motif which was etched into the crystal. This pitcher is considered to be a rare item. It can be found in the "Very Rare Glassware of the Depression Years" Sixth Series book...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1980 item #758009 (stock #245)
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$12.00
Fostoria manufactured the "nosegay" pattern from 1953 to 1972. They used blank #6051 and cut #834 in the creation of each piece. The nosegay pattern is characterized by two small floral stems and a band of small ovals coming off the flowers and encircling the rim of each piece. We have 6 1/4" water goblets (7 available) for $20.00 each; 4 3/4" champagne/tall sherbets (6 available) for $12.00 each; 4 1/2" claret wine glasses (10 available) for $25.00 each; 6 1/8" iced tea glasses (8 available)...
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...
 
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