Offered is an unusual, scarcely-found, C1920, Ohio-made, yellow ware, blue spongeware pottery funnel measuring 10.75 inches in diameter and 3.75 inches high. Remnants of gold gilt painting adorn the rim. Condition is quite good with the only remarkable defects seen in two places along the rim--approximately two, 2 inch long, very tight hairlines present (these do not affect integrity)---and at the interior base, where 4 tiny, superficial flakes have turned rust-colored...
Measuring 14 inches in diameter and 6.75 inches high, this magnificent and absolutely HUGE, C1920, Ohio-made, yellow ware, spongeware mixing bowl features fabulous blue sponging and is much more striking “in person” than the photos were able to capture.
The bowl sits on a footed base and has a lovely turned edge rim. It has glaze crazing typical of an 85+ year old piece of pottery but no cracks, chips or hairlines...
This pair of wonderful Art Deco period figurines were designed by Hungarian-born artist, Geza Arpad de Vegh (1905-1989), for the Phoenix Pottery company in the 1930s. Depicted are a male shepherd with pipe, and female with sicle and sheaf of grain. Each carries the Phoenix hallmark on the underside, and each are in excellent condition, with no visible cracks or losses. These earthenware figurines are partially glazed in glossy white...
The demitasse set was made circa 1945 in England by Coalport. It is decorated in a charming ribbons and floral swags motif in cobalt on white with thick gilding on the rims of the cup and saucer and as a highlight on the handle. Both pieces are in mint condition with no signs of wear. The cup measures 2-1/4 inches in height and the saucer measures 4-1/4 inches in diameter. There is an impressed mark on the underside of the saucer with the number 45.
9" tall; 6.5" x 4.5" at the widest points with the rectangular base measuring: 4.5" x 2.5"
This is one adorable figural bank - marked with the French word "DEPOSE." Judging from the wooden shoes, she appears to be an apple cheeked Dutch girl on market day.
The bank is without cracks or repairs, but does have one corner in the back with a 1/8" chip missing. Also, small flakes of paint are missing - not enough to detract from the overall appearance...
Small porcelain tray with hanger, signed "Handbermalt Spanische - Hofreitschule Wien," with a handwritten date, "1964." Translates to: The Spanish Riding School of Vienna, the most famous dressage school in the world, where one may see performances of the famous snowy white Lipizzaner stallions and their riders at the baroque Winter Riding School.
Measures 7.5" x 6.5", hand embellished transfer print. Excellent condition. c. 1964. $10 US Shipping.
A Set of Eight Dessert Plates, Johnson Brothers, English
The square plates are molded with a gadroon rim in cream, while the band and centers alternate between a soft pink, mint green, yellow, light blue and blue green with different fruit motifs centering each plate. The polychrome centers are transfer decorated. The verso is stamped “Johnson Brothers, Made in England, Old English.”
Size: 7 ¾” sq.
Stoneware vase, greeen/gray glazing, made by Michael Andersen, Bornholms Keramik, Denmark. Signed with Michael Andersen monogram 6281. Excellent condition. 8 1/4 inches (21cm) tall.
Lovely Rare Art Nouveau Seaweed Tray by Bing & Grondahl Denmark has a striking presence w/subtle but rich colors. It measures 8 inches in length and is hallmarked w/3 towers of Copenhagen B&G 1169 Kobenhaven Denmark B .Condition is Excellent. Hard to take your eyes off of this piece.
Limoges Leaf Pin Tray, exceptionally well handpainted, signed and numbered, "International Porcelain Art Teachers." 5.25" x 4.75" x 1". Excellent condition. Age unknown, but probably traceable via the registration number, through the listed association. $8 US Shipping.
Triple gourd vase design Axel Salto who designed for Royal Copenhagen 1940´s-1960´s. Signed and stamped on the base. Height 18 cm and with diameter 15 cm.
Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Figure.
Description: Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a young girl feeding the calf, Danish, printed factory mark and model No, 779. The item height
is 6 1/4 inches and the width is 6 1/4 inches with 4 inches in depth. Condition Report: Perfect.
Just darling child's bowl by Alfred Meakin dating to the 1940's. The center has a cute scene of children in bunny suits chasing ducks. The bowl has a blue rim. On the side of the bowl are 2 little scenes of a child in a blue bunny suit with 2 bunnies and 2 littel scenes of a child in a pink bunny suit with a duck. It measures 6" across and 1.5" high. There are no chips or cracks and some fading of the colors. A great addition to your collection!
I visited the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC a little more than a year ago and saw some really creative ceramics with leather incorporated into the composition among related, sculptural works. It did make a spontaneous and lasting impression that led me to recognize and purchase a wonderful and unusual work by the same hand found in an antiques and collectibles market.
Featured here is a monumental mixed media salt glazed pottery charger...
Small bottle-shape vase by Dean Mullavey (Canadian, born in New Hampshire, USA, in 1927), in excellent condition. This small stoneware bottle measures 4 1/4" in height. Incised signature and chop. It was created around 1960-1961 while the artist was a member of the Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY (all information courtesy of the artist). From a North Carolina estate. One of four early works by this artist currently available.
Attractive nine-piece, Ecru ground, Fine English Porcelain Tea & Biscuits Set, four cups in lovely Tulip Shape, four matching foliate rim saucers, and one matching biscuit (cookie) plate in a square shape; all with extensive brilliant gilding around the perimeter, and the rims. Made in 1932, by "Standard China," of England, and so-signed on the base. Cups are 3" (7.62 cm) tall, 2.75" (6.98 cm) diameter; saucers are 5.5" (13.97 cm) diameter; biscuit plate is 6" (15.24 cm) diameter...
This is a really nice yellow Camark Pottery 4 1/2 inch high Lotus style vase. This Vase measures 5 inches in diameter at the top and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The original label is attached. On the label is CAMARK DELUXE ARTWARE. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
Attractive twelve-piece, Ecru ground, Fine English Porcelain Dessert Set, four cups in lovely Tulip Shape, four matching foliate rim saucers, and four matching dessert / biscuit plates in a square shape; all with extensive brilliant gilding around the perimeter, and the rims; the cup handles are also heavily gilded. Made in 1932, by "Standard China," of England, and so-signed on the base...