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All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1950 item #1220272 (stock #safn-4582)
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$19.00
Metlox Poppytrail California Ivy Salt & Pepper Shakers set.California Ivy is a beautiful, timeless, hand painted pattern first produced in 1946. These vintage salt & pepper shakers have hand painted ivy leaves and vine tendrils in rich greens and browns. The handles are brown "twigs". Each shaker is about 3" high, 1-1/4" across the base. No chips, no cracks, or damages. Some crazing onthe 3 hole shaker. Glaze is still glossy & bright, colors unfaded. Clean, ad nice. No stoppers.
All Items : China : American : Metlox : Pre 1970 item #1156206 (stock #safn-3120)
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$10.00
Another nice piece to the Della Robbia pattern by Metlox Vernonware. Nice matte glaze. Bold relief borders of fruits and flowers on a creamy background. Measures 5" tall. Excellent condition. I have a lot of this pattern listed. check out my catalog.
All Items : Kitchen : Salt and Pepper Shakers : Pre 1970 item #1248819 (stock #safn-4854)
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$24.00
Vintage metlox pottery salt and pepper shakers are a perfect size to keep on your stove. Each marked, S & P. Measures 4 3/4" tall and is hand painted with large flowers and leaves. Original red rubber Metlox stoppers are intact. Says Metlox on the bottom though it is filled with glaze and bareley legible. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
All Items : Cookie Jars : Pre 1980 item #946752 (stock #safn-9468)
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$60.00
This is a Metlox Lucy Goose, In another book it was listed as Granny Goose. Please don't confuse Granny Goose with Mother Goose that was also made by Metlox. Lucy is 14 1/4 inches tall and marked with impressed, Metlox Calif USA. She has no chips or cracks. Lucy Goose was designed by Helen McIntosh who designed many of the most popular Metlox cookie jars. The Collector's Encyclopedia of Metlox Potteries lists her value as $150.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : California : Pre 1930 item #792453 (stock #safn-975)
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$24.00
A Metlox turqoise / blue /green jug shape cup. Shaped like a tilted ball. Measures 3 1/4" to the top of the handle. Marked Metlox Poppytrail. Made in the Prouty era, 1934 series 200. Excellent condition. I could not find a single one available anywhere for sale, so believe these are harder to find.
All Items : Dinnerware : Vernon Kilns : Pre 1950 item #1220335 (stock #safn-4591)
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$18.00
Vernon's 1860 creamer. Pretty transferware pattern used from 1944-1954. Made by Metlox/Vernon Kilns/Poppytrail.Pristine condition with no issues.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1950 item #850226 (stock #safn-1863)
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$45.00
Homestead Provincial tea canister by Poppytrail / Metlox. red house spotted horse and man plowing field. Green colors on an oatmeal color background, Measures 7" tall to the top of the lids finial. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #981783 (stock #safn-9737)
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$20.00
These are marked Metlox, and have the popular Metlox / Poppytrail / Vernonware speckled oatmeal coloring with green and rust leaves on branches, with tendrils. Modernistic free form shape. Original Metlox stoppers. Measures 4 7/8" tall. Sorry I do not know the pattern shape or name.
All Items : China : American : Metlox : Pre 1940 item #996963 (stock #safn-55)
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$20.00
Here is a single shaker in the elusive rose-pink pattern by Metlox. Perect condition but I have only one. This one has three holes and the original Metlox stopper.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #761993 (stock #safn-201)
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$10.50
Matching cup with saucer in the antiqua pattern made by Metlox, poppytrail, Vernonware of California. Soft creamy oatmeal color with antiqued effect showing off the relief of fruit and berries bordering. I actually have 9 sets available and all are perfect. Price is for 1 cup with it's matching saucer.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #762002 (stock #safn-204)
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$11.00
Rimmed cereal bowl in the antiqua pattern made by Metlox, Poppytrail, Vernonware of California. Soft creamy oatmeal color with antiqued effect showing off the relief of fruit and berries bordering. Measures 7 1/8" in diameter. I have 4 available, price is for each bowl. all are perfect.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #761995 (stock #safn-202)
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$2.50
Single saucer in the antiqua pattern made by Metlox, poppytrail, Vernonware of California. Soft creamy oatmeal color with antiqued effect showing off the relief of fruit and berries bordering. I actually have 3 available and all are perfect. Price is for 1 saucer.
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #1185988 (stock #safn-4123)
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$50.00
Rare and hard to find piece. Autumn leaves 12 1/2" salad or serving bowl by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in EXCELLENT condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California. Theodore C. Prouty and his son Willis founded the pottery. Dinnerware was made beginning in 1931. Evan K. Shaw purchased the company in 1946 and expanded the number of patterns...
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1970 item #1185997 (stock #safn-4127)
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$20.00
Autumn leaves 12 1/4" oval serving platter by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in excellent condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. I have 2 available. Price for each. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California. Theodore C. Prouty and his son Willis founded the pottery. Dinnerware was made beginning in 1931. Evan K. Shaw purchased the company in 1946 and expanded the number of patterns...
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #1185995 (stock #safn-4126)
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$15.00
Autumn leaves 13 7/8" oval platter by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in excellent condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. I have 2 available. Price is for each. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California. Theodore C. Prouty and his son Willis founded the pottery. Dinnerware was made beginning in 1931. Evan K. Shaw purchased the company in 1946 and expanded the number of patterns...
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #1185986 (stock #safn-4122)
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$30.00
Autumn leaves large 14 1/4" Chop plat or round platter by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in excellent condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California. Theodore C. Prouty and his son Willis founded the pottery. Dinnerware was made beginning in 1931. Evan K. Shaw purchased the company in 1946 and expanded the number of patterns. Poppytrail (1946-1989) and Vernonware (1958-1980) were divisions of Metlox under Shaw’s direction...
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #1186004 (stock #safn-4131)
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$8.00
Autumn leaves 8 ounce tumblller by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in excellent condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. I have 5 available. Price is for each. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California...
All Items : Dinnerware : Metlox : Pre 1960 item #1186003 (stock #safn-4130)
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$7.50
Autumn leaves coffee mug (NOT THE CUP) by Metlox/Vernon ware, is in excellent condition, no visible chips or cracks or visible crazing. I have 7 available. Price is for 1 mug. Metlox Potteries was founded in 1927 in Manhattan Beach, California. Theodore C. Prouty and his son Willis founded the pottery. Dinnerware was made beginning in 1931. Evan K. Shaw purchased the company in 1946 and expanded the number of patterns. Poppytrail (1946-1989) and Vernonware (1958-1980) were divisions of Metlox un...
 
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