All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Art Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1950 item #1149202 (stock #safn-2709)
Czechoslovakia hand painted Erphila Floral Batter Pitcher. Not Marked Erphila Art Pottery, but it is. Marked Hand painted Czecholsovakia. Large colorful flowers and leaves underglaze with orange trim. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
Wonderful Eames era fifties moderne bowl stamped Madeline Originals. Madeline Johnson and her husband began the company in 1948.She had previously been a Cleminsons decorator.For 10 years she marked her wares as Madeline Ceramics. She then changed her name because it sounded better. This great shallow bowl with stripes design measures 14 1/2" x 10 1/4". wonderful condition, but there is a fleck of glaze off the underside edge. Very very tiny. This is a wonderful piece!
Nice 7" ivory color vase with black base and tendril of ivy up the front. Leaves have an almost cracle effect. Very nice condition with no hairlines or chips. Made by Royal Copley.
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Vintage Hull soup mug and saucer. This is a pretty orange color known as tangerine I believe. Marked on the bottoms, Oven Proof USA. Saucer has the rings on the bottom. This was made 1963-1967. Saucer has no well, and is 6 5/8" wide. Both pieces are in excellent condition.
A very old Chinese pottery vase. Hand painted and glazed. Measures 6 1/4" tall and has no damages. Hand painted chinese character signature on the bottom in brown brush strokes. No telling how old this is, and it's very pretty too.
Interesting hand made vintage stoneware pitcher is a nice size, measuring just over 6" tall. Gazed inside and out. Nice condition with the exception of a very small glaze chip on the handle. There are markings on the bottom looks like Kenneth Ward 90.
A great covered bowl from Pacific Stoneware. Artist signed B. Welsh for the People Lovers line. Dated 1967. Made of red clay with a heavy orange glaze with green accent. Bowl is somewhat fish shaped but has a cat face in the bottom of the bowl. Very artistic and in perfect condition! Bolw is 2 1/8" deep plus the lid.Overall diameter of the bowl is 5 1/4" x 6 1/2" including tab handles.
Souvenir fish of hand made pottery. Hand painted and signed Raro in the clay. Also comes with the original hang tag that says Iti Te Ra Rarotonga. Rarotonga famous for it's fishing tourism. Fish measures 4 1/2" tall and 6 1/8" long and the clay is 3/8" thick, and looks like how a ceramic tile is made. Nice condition with no chips or damages.
Vintage, natural creamy glazed stoneware color, Smithsonian Institution mug. Features relief writing and an illustration. Measures 4 1/8" height, 3 1/4" diameter at base. In excellent condition with no damages. Marked Bennington Pottery Bennington Vermont.
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Beautiful vintage Roseville Pottery bowl with handles. Blue outside and rust inside with the popular pinecone pattern of cones, needles and realistic branches. Pristine condition! Marked Roseville 321-9. Measures 9 1/2" from handle to handle and is 4 1/2" to the top of the handle. A wonderful piece with no flaws or damages.
Vintage fruit pattern bowl made by Royal Ivory in a neat fruits pattern. Bowl is smakk size, possibly porridge. No chips but ther is a small horizontal crack near the rim, which does not go through (1" long) and the edges are a little scuffy in a few spots, but no chips. Height 2 5/8" with a diameter of 4 1/4".
A wonderful hand crafted beer stein dated 1978, and hand painted in Italy, in the Capodimonte style. Mark also has three large crowns in relief and the N, Toby stle face of an old fisherman. Made of heavy pottery. Measures 6 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition.
This is a really cool fish made by a California pottery in the 50's era. Possibly Catalina, Haldeman, or maybe even Metlox. I found colors that match all the above. No mark on the back, but they all used paper labels at one time. Pretty turquoise green with a foamy brown edging. Measures 14 1/8" x 19 3/4" and 2" deep. The clay under the glaze is a white color. The bottom of the dish is completely glazed also. Wonderful condition...
This Vintage figural Deer pottery Planter was made by Shawnee Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio. This planter has beautiful, bright colors of robin egg blue on the deer and a dark, rosey burgundy on the stump, with just a bit of creamy white, and finished with a very shiny glaze! Earlier Shawnee piece, circa 1940's. A.E. Hull Jr. founded Shawnee Pottery in 1938 - The company closed in 1961. The bottom of this Shawnee Deer Planter, or flower pot, is marked USA 535...
Mid Century Moderne double server is marked Brandts of California, 107, Rockwood. Made of heavy ceramic or potteryDark green heavy glaze and bottom looks like chipped wood, with it being unglazed. Stands on three legs. Figure 8 shape with center handle incorporated into the shape. Very Heavy. Measures 13 1/2" long x 7 3/4". Great condition with no chips or cracks. A really cool piece of California Pottery.
A wonderful old Dutch transferware dessert plate in the Panama pattern by Petrus Regout & Co Maastriccht Holland. Green and red transferware pattern has a bird, ferns, and borders of greek key, florals, & small block pattern. No chips or cracks. measures 6 3/8" diameter. Old backstamp and information on this company dates this particular piece to 1891-1898. Almost as thick as restaurantware.
Awesome old vase made in Austria with a "swallow" AUSTRIA red bottom stamp, and the number 15 incised into the vase under glaze.A multiple of varities of flowers on the front and a single flower on the back. Airbrushed with brown tones ad brown detailing on the neck & handles of the vase. Measures 14" tall.Perfect other than a tiny chip on the back under side of the top rim. Email me for pictues of this, and other details such as back stamp ect. Heavy pottery material.
Adorable vintage planter is of a boy child dressed in pink with blue trim and matching cap. Made of heavy glazed pottery/ceramic. Measures 7 1/4" tall. No sticker or mark. Planter area is on the lower portion of the figure. Typical crazing, but no cracks, chips or repairs.