Large is lovely! You will think so, when you see this 11 5/8" tall lady by Weil Ware of California. Original sticker on the back. She has a hole for use as a vase or planter on one side. She wears a pretty blue dress with pink roses and a lace peasant style blouse. Blond hair, with pigtails and a matching bow. Roses have a relief feel to them. No chips cracks or repairs. She does have age crazing under her glaze, but I can send you more pictures if you like. She is very lovely...
A great cookie jar made by Bauer. Light green with flecks of brown. Nice heavy glazed ceramic pottery. Measures about 9" tall. Pattern swirls like a frostie ice cream! Says COOKIES on the lid. MAGNIFICENT condition. Marked Bauer pottery Calif 823. Not the slightest chip or crack. A great vintage piece of Bauer pottery.
Pair of planters by california potter Stewart B McCulloch. Each 7" tall, She curtseys and he bows to his partner. Rich cobalt and med blue trims. Each has black hair, and she has applied pottery eyelet lace on her dress. Each figure stands in front of a barrel, which is the planter. PRISTINE CONDITION!!Both pieces are stamped by the potter. Matched pair, will not break up the set.
All three cannisters in the grapes and vines pattern by Crock Shop of California, which is no longer in operation. hand apinted grapes and leavves under glaze hand painted on a creamy heavy pottery. All cannisters and lids are in perfect condition. Measures 5 1/4", 6 3/4", and 7 3/4" plus the lids. This set will be heavy. Please include zip whe inquiring so I can calculate shipping for you. See my other crock shop items in my catalog.
Interesting green glaze on this cute little banty hen figurine. This is a Kaye Finch mold and has her name incised into the mold. Original Freeman McFarlin gold foil label . Measures 5" tall to the tip of the tailfeather. Soft felt pads on the bottom. EXCELLENT CONDITION!!
Adorable little blonde girl with augur curls wears whote dress with blue trim. Applied lace is in wonderful condition. She Measures 5 1/4" tall/ She is in overall great condition with a glaze skip on her bow. MArked with a hand painted H.S.
Nice Vernon Kilns Organdie Coffee Pot, Carafe or Pitcher with original lid. This piece measures approximately 8 1/8” tall with the lid on, 7 ½” wide at its widest point, and the bottom measures 2 ¾” in diameter, it has a bakelite handle and it holds 5 cups of liquid. Overall, this piece is in excellent condition. Pretty yellow and brown hand painted plaid design (Organdie). Made by VernonWare a California Pottery. All decoration underglaze. Metlox, Poppytrail, Vernonware.
California pottery lady figurine has all of the characteristics of a Yona or Ynez pottery piece. Then it also has the heart shape lips. Yona worked with Heidi Schoop then later did her own ceramics. This little lady wears apink dress has a bouquet of pink roses and a lacy shoulder trim of lace. Lace is for the most part in wonderful condition with just a very small area chipped off. She has auger curls and a pink bow in her hair...
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...
The entire family of cows made by Walker Pottery. The bull, cow and calf. The only flaw on the whole set is a chip on the backside of the calf's ear.
Unique, and totally 50's~ Eames era California Pottery vase. Shallow top but center goes deep into the pedestal. Interesting, beautiful blue and grey psycadilly drip glaze. There is a slight sheen glaze with contrats with the glossy part of the glaze. Measures 4" tall and has a top diameter of 6 1/2".Cool futuristic three leg tripod base. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. The maker is on the bottom but filled with glaze I can make out F Calif but the words preceding these are a blurr...
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!
This is a large handmade ceramic cup and saucer for "The brown derby" restraunt, It is old, probably 40s -50s era.Fired and glazed. Perfect condition other than the crazing. The cup is 3" tall and 3" deep. Saucer is almost 7" in diameter. Cup has a signature, but it is hard to make out. Looks like Novak Baker. Great advertising item.Email for other photos.
Gorgeous tan with speckles and flecks all through this Bauer casserole dish with original metal stand.This 1 quart casserole dish measures approximately 7 1/2" across the rim, 3" deep, and with the lid on it is 4 1/2" to the top of the finial. Serving holder 10 " from handle to handle by 7". Bauer pottery is a California-made ware. J.A. Bauer bought Paducah Pottery in Paducah, Kentucky, in 1885. He moved the pottery to Los Angeles, California, in 1909...
Madonna with hands crossed over her heart, with halo. She is completely white glazed, with no intended color. She is 7" tall. She has her sticker on the bottom. California creations by Bradley japan. She is in lovely condition with no damages.
Bauer made this #18 mixing bowl. 1950's Chartreuse or lime with speckles. Measures just over 8" in diameter and is 4 1/2" deep. Marked faintly Bauer 18. Excellent except for one very teensy chip (See photo).
Lovely wall plaque of a vintage lady's head. Made by Florence Ceramics, Pasadena California. Plaque is hand decorated ceramic, and is in perfect condition with NO damages or repairs. Measures approx 7" by 6".
Nice Sascha Brastoff California Pottery astray measures 7 1/8" in diameter and has a matte glaze. Nice backstamp. This cool collectors piece is quite unique, and perfect for any Sascha B. fan out there. Sascha Brastoff made California Pottery from 1953-1973, and it has become even more collectible since his death in 1993. Nice gift, for re-sale, or add it to your personal collection Perfect condition with no damages.