This is the 8 1/2" green swan marked #69 as illustrated in the Roberts book of Hull (pg. 149, row 1, #1)
Speckled pink, turquoise, and white with a pink interior lining this Shawnee piece is marked Shawnee USA #1012 and measures 5" by 7". No damage.
This lovely cake sever has a artistic flower motif on a white ground.Trimmed and accented in gold. Features a hole in the handle for hanging. Marked hand-painted Japan, H inside a flower.
Planter depicts a hollow stump with seated gnome with white beard, red hat and shirt and green pants smoking a pipe. Made in Japan mark.
All Items : 20th Century : Mid-Century : Pottery and Ceramics : Pre 1960 item #842754 (stock #Potsh004)
This pink and white speckled planter is 5 1/4" high, 7" wide, and 3" deep. It is very 50's in attitude. The bottom is marked Shawnee USA 1012.
This pitcher is given an air of grace by the elongated spout and sharply angled handle. It is glazed green with a milky wash at the lip edge. It stands 7" high and is marked Hull USA A-6. The pitcher is part of the 1960's Marcrest line and listed by Robert's as a Heritageware pitcher.
Figural head of Siamese woman in chartreuse glaze. Two available.
These 4 3/4" mugs match the 1926 Buccaneer pitcher. (Reference--Hanson, McCoy, pg.14, bottom, row 1, no.3.) They are marked on the bottom with the number 6 in a shield within a circle. Three available.
Stylized fawn planter in yellow glaze measures 4 1/2" x 5". No mark, but pictured on page 74 of Hanson-Nissen McCoy book. Hairline from edge of planting hole.
A trumpet shaped top rises from the bulbous body of this 6 1/4" vase. It is pictured on page 31(row 4, #3) of Ron Hoopes Guide to Gonder Pottery. Glaze is sponged grey over pink ground. No cracks or chips. Some burst glaze bubbles and two glaze misses--one is quite small--the other is about 1/2" long by 3/8" wide. Marked E-49 and Gonder U.S.A. in block letters.
This artfully designed ewer is glazed in mottled tones of blue and grey.It stands 6 1/2" high and is marked Gonder USA in script. Numbered 5(?)05.
This shoe features a coral pink glaze and has the old Nelson McCoy mark. It appears in the Hansen, Nissen book on page 69, top of page, second row center.