Small size ovoid redware pottery jar in a glossy brown speckled glaze. 19th century, Size: 6 inches high x 5.5 inches diameter. Condition: some glaze wear to top rim; small chips to foot ring and firing craze to interior glaze (does not penetrate the body of the vessel and not visible from the exterior).
Early Chamberlains Worcester porcelain teapot and stand. Circa 1800. An attractive example of a Worcester teapot with vertical ribbed design and hand painted with bands of gilt foliage and sepia colored scrolling feathers. The lid has a pagoda finial and is marked on its underside in gold script "Chamberlains Worcester, Worcester N.34." Condition is excellent with no chips or repairs. There is some minor wear to the gilding along the edge of the lid and on the rim of the oval stand ...click for details
An English majolica fish tureen with cover, attributed to George Jones and Sons. Circa 1870. The cover is modeled in the form of a fish resting on a bed of seaweed, whilst the tureen is fashioned as a woven basket and is covered in a brown glaze, with a lavender interior. Size: 19.5 inches length x 8.5 inches depth x 5 inches ht. Condition: one small chip to the top rim of the tureen. Without a manufacturer's stamp, but attributed to George Jones and Sons and bearing a painted pattern n ...click for details
Rookwood Pottery vellum glaze vase adorned with a blue iris against a matt glaze background that shades from dark blue to light blue and finally into peach. Decorated by Caroline Steinle, 1913. Size: 9.75 inches ht. Excellent condition. Manufacturer's and potter's incised marks on underside of base.
Rookwood Pottery scenic vellum glaze vase decorated by Lorinda Epply, 1916. This large vase is painted all over with a landscape of trees. Excellent condition. Size: 10 7/8 inches ht. Incised Rookwood and potter's marks on underside of base.
Marblehead Pottery low bowl in a rare lavender glaze, decorated with a band of blue and white berries and flowers. Impressed on the underside with the pottery's logo of a sailing ship flanked by the initials M & P. A scarce example of American art pottery. Mint condition. Size: 5.5"diameter x 3" ht.
Enoch Wood historical Staffordshire dark blue transfer plate, Moulin sur la Marne a Charenton, from the French series. Circa 1825. Pearlware with grapevine border and with pottery's impressed WOOD mark and underglaze blue pattern name. Size: 9 1/8" diameter. Condition is very good apart from some light staining to reverse of plate.
Historical Staffordshire earthenware sauce tureen and cover by Ralph Hall, executed in a dark blue transfer titled R. Hall's Scenery, Trematon Castle, Cornwall. Circa 1825-30. Condition: excellent with some minor chipping to glaze but no cracks, or repairs. Size: 7.75" length x 4.5" x 5.25" ht.
Vue d'une Ancienne Abbaye Staffordshire historical plate by Enoch Wood. Circa 1825. This pearlware plate is decorated in a dark blue transfer and is from the "French series." It has a grape vine border and bears on the back the pottery's factory impressed mark WOOD as well as the pattern name in an underglaze blue stamp. Size: 9" diameter. Condition: Very good with a couple of very small pin sized flecks to the glaze and some fine crazing.
French Sevres porcelain urn-form vase in a cobalt glaze, decorated with ornate ormolu mounts and a bronze cherub holding a dove. 19th century. The vase had once been converted into a lamp. Size: 24.25 inches ht. x 12.5 inches wide x 9 inches deep. Very nice condition, no chips or cracks or breaks.