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...
Authentic Native American squatty vase, Sand painted Indian Eagle dancer, and a mountain on the back side. Measures just under 4" tall. No chips or cracks. Hand signed JY, but not sure of who this is. Probably 1980's era. I have a matching piece listed signed by the same artist. No damages or repairs, NICE. Inside has a few scratches and scuffs.
Here we have an adorable little lion figurine made we believe by Walker pottery or Rio Hondo. Possibly a Califoria pottery figurine. Excellent condition with no damages. Look at those iresistable eyes! He measures almost 5" long and 2 3/4" tall.
This is the 10 1/4" dinner plate in the Colonial shape with the Flower Ring pattern in the myriad of Blue Ridge dinnerware lines made by Southern Potteries, Inc. It is in very good condition with no cracks or repairs and it has good paint and detail of the Flower Ring design. Most of the plates are very nice but there is a tiny flake on the rim of a couple of the plates and most have some light, minor scratches from use and stacking...
Discontinued pattern from the Crock Shop, of California. Actually all items from this company are no longer available. Grapes and vines pattern are hand painted on this heavy crockery rolling pin with wood handles. Pin measures 18 1/2" and rests in the original wrought iron rack/ holder. Excellent condition. Streaks on pin are glare.
Tall pitcher with the small repeating apple design and blue sponge border. Pitcher measures 9 1/4" tall. Perfect condition with no chips cracks or repairs. Marked crock Shop Santa Ana.
Old cookie jar in the shape of a coffee grinder, Heavy glazed ceramic with cold paint decoration. Some of the cold paint worn from the word "COOKIES" and the drawer knob. Jar is marked MCCOY USA.Measures 9 3/4" tall. The bottom is in perfect condition but the lid has a big chip (see photo).
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.
A nice gravy boat in the Provincial pattern by Stangl pottery, Trenton New Jersey. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. A great completor piece to your vintage set of dishes.
This vintage candle holder is very nice and will accomodate todays big chunky candles too. Not sure of the maker but it is a nice quality pottery, with gentle crazing. No chips, cracks or repairs. measures 7 1/2" tall.
These look like the McCoy wall pockets only these are a small version, measuring just 4 1/2" long. Soft yellow glaze with pink tulips. Hang hole in the back of each. Nice condition but there is a glaze chip on the end of the tulip stem on one. Sold as a pair.
This old heavy cookie jar resembles an old moonshine jug, including the real cork in the top. Says Cookie Jug on the front. This may be a McCoy cookie jar, I'm not sure, but it is an older solid jar. Measures 10" tall. Bottom is in excellent condition, but the top section has a couple of chips on the inner rim of the lid. They can't be seen when the lid is on the jar. This reflects the low price. You can email me for more pictures if you like.