Enjoy your tea from this beautiful Sadler teapot. It is so beautiful in form and cheerful colors it will gladden your heart. The pot serves 4 cups and measures 9 1/2" in length and 5 1/2" high. Perfect condition too. It is difficult to date this item as Sadler has used this mark since ca. 1947. Please email us if you have questions. Thanks you.
This porcelain vase was produced in Germany by Meissen in 1947. It is 6 1/4 inches tall and has a diameter of 5 3/8 inches. The vase is made of the finest quality hard paste porcelain. It is decorated with a beautiful bouquet of hand painted flowers. They are realistically painted in vivid natural colors. There are little flower buds scattered around the back of the vase. The rims are trimmed with a thin band of yellow ocher...
Unusual Rookwood Green Vellum Mug with geometric Greek key incised pattern around body. The flame mark on the bottom dates it to 1907 and the pattern appears to be #587 C
Diameter of base: 4”
I love this cheerful, country style vase from the 1930s. 6 inches in diameter at the rim and 6 1/2" high. There is an old superficial 1 1/2" hairline on the interior rim that has not spread to the exterior of the vase. Fine crazing throughout the vase. Please email me for additional pictures or information. Thank you
A hand painted art tile with petunias signed H.H.'36. There are two chips and the edges show light wear. 4.25" square.
This porcelain gravy boat with attached underplate was produced in Germany by Meissen in the 1930s. It measures 9 1/2 inches long, 6 inches wide and 4 inches high. It is made of the finest quality, hand crafted porcelain that is world renowned. The gravy boat has a graceful, flowing shape. The pattern is known as Deutsche Blumen, comprised of larger sprays of flowers. The flowers are expertly hand painted in vivid colors. The rims of the gravy boat are trimmed with gold...
Beautiful Japanese studio vase, in the form of a Han Dynasty cocoon vase, in the Mingei style, mid 20th century. Very reminiscent of the work of Kawai Kanjiro. This vase is not signed, and it is missing its original box which would have made an attribution possible. 26cm by 19cm (roughly 9 3/4" by 7 1/2"). In beautiful condition.
Colorful Zuid, Holland pedestal bowl with floral motif. Soft green reverse. Hand painted bowl and signature. 7 1/4" diameter; 2 3/8" high. Mint condition. Please email me if you have any questions.
Produced by Rose Rydings, co-founder of Rozart Pottery, this 9 1/2" pitcher depicts Mark Twain's "Becky Thatcher" as a full, incised character in brightly colored costume. Sprays of blue highlight the spout and base. Twainware is reminiscent of the Weller Dickensware line - great American pottery! Excellent condition. Signed: Rozart, Twain, RR, 1081, C-9-73.
A Set of Six Dessert Plates, Fruit Motif by Mottahedeh
The round plates with a scalloped and embossed rim of leafy scroll work fames a white center with various fruit clusters. The fruit is transfer decorated from berries, pears, and peaches. The verso is marked with company names and logos for Mottahedeh and VISTA ALLEGRA.
Size: 7 7/8” diameter
A Snack Set for Twelve, Chinese Garden, Taste Setter by Sigma
The round dishes are transfer decorated in a lattice border punctuated with reserves framing a waterscape with a rocky shore, trees, architectural items and birds in flight in wonderful colors of mustard yellow, orangey red, greens, and blues. The mugs match in design and fit into a well on the snack plate...
Antique Victorian musical tile possibly by Lee & Boulton of Tunstall, made circa 1890. The tile is decorated to the centre with various musical instruments surrounded by a garland of flowers. The tile measures approximately 6 inches square and the back has a moulded pattern of concentric rings. The photographs show the tile from both sides. The tile is in good condition with only a couple of minor nibbles to the edge...
A great modern design pottery vase by W. Germany firm - Scheurich.
Standing 9.16 inches tall and in excellent condition.
This is an unusual example of Meric Art Ware (East Liverpool, Ohio), made in the early 1930s. It measures 10.75" tall x 8.25" x 7.5" and has medium-relief roses and ribbons on both sides--and outrageous reticulated handles that look like wings, giving the whole design an Austrian look.
Glossy cobalt blue. No nicks, chips, hairlines, or repairs. Marked with the four-digit shape number 2125 and several obscure marks.
This is a rare Art Deco or arts & crafts 1920s era Roseville Pottery (Zanesville, Ohio) Dahlrose triple bud vase. Lovely shape, with extremely crisp details in both background, flowers, and leaves, with a Futura style shape. Measures about 6" tall x 7" long.
The shape is hard to find, but this example is even better--as it comes from the George Krause collection...
This military souvenir plate is 8" across and was made in Delft / Holland (as marked). The hand-colored plate has Art Deco male nude figures (so some gay interest), along with torches and emblems in blue on a white background. The piece was made as a twenty-year commemorative of the liberation of Holland from Nazi occupation during World War II. Eindhoven was the first Dutch city to be liberated, in a maneuver by the 101st Airborne Divsion and the Second British Army...
This art deco hand-decorated Italian faience wall plaque measures 15.5" across. The scene is carved into the clay and then colored by hand in cheerful pastel and earth tones. Stunning piece and very colorful.
A legend at the bottom reads "S. ANGELO - D'ISCHIA," identifying the romantic subject matter, for which you can see a photograph on this website: www.santangelodischia.info/...
This rare art deco figure measures about 8.25" tall and is hand-incised Waylande Gregory, along with his WG monogram (from the New York period). The shape was originally designed for Cowan Pottery, before 1931, where it was either a lamp or a decanter, whose crown was removable...