Nice large Shawnee vase. About nine and three quarter inches high. Raised marked in mold Shawnee USA 880 on the bottom. Rich bright pink with a coarse woven texture that reminds me of a burlap bag. Off white interior.
Mint condition. No chips or other damage. No stains.
Shawnee Pottery Button Baby Shoe Planter. The planter is glazed in gloss pink. This is a very nice planter. The bootie is 2 3/8" tall, 1 7/8" wide, and 4 3/8" long. There are no cracks or chips. The bottom is marked USA in impressed letters. This Shawnee Planter is in Very Good Condition and would display well on any table or cabinet. A MUST HAVE addition to your Shawnee Pottery Collection. Some think this shoe is made by McCoy, but is made by Shawnee.
We purchased this Shawnee combination cookie jar/bank at an Indiana estate sale and it is truly a treasure to add to a collection!
Winnie is in excellent condition – unbelievable – no nibbles at the coin slot (I don’t believe the bank portion was ever used).
There is some tape/blue residue on the underneath part of the lid that I would surmise was taped to cover the 3 production holes (so cookies would stay fresh). However, there is no evidence that it ever held... Click for details
I purchased this Shawnee cookie jar lid at an Indiana sale – this is a lid for the “Lucky” elephant cookie jar!
It is in very good condition but it appears that prior owner has painted/re-painted the ears, collar, etc. Other than that, lid is in wonderful condition with a glaze bruise on underneath side of bow – not detrimental in any way.
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. Measures approximately 6 inches high... Click for details