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$60.00
Summertime was and is one of the most popular chintz patterns made by Grimwades under their Royal Winton line. This dish was made in England circa 1935 for the Philadelphia retailer Wright, Tyndale & van Roden, Inc. The dish has the impressed mark Saville and originally served as the underplate for four egg cups. The oblong shape has scalloped tab handles and a gilded border, measuring about 8 by 6-1/4 inches. There is light crazing all over; no chips, cracks, repairs or staining.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1323197 (stock #MC-920)
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$475.00
A colorful fantasy landscape in the Summerhouse decor (although lacking any building) hand-painted in the workshop of Clarice Cliff after she took charge of the former Newport pottery facilities in 1930. Summerhouse was marketed from 1931 to 1933, and this piece has both trademarks, Bizarre and Fantasque. It shows the hands of a bander/outliner and of a painter who filled in the solid fields of color: yellow, orange, green, lavender, black and blue. The tazza is in perfect condition and measures 6-5/8 inches across and 2-3/4 inches tall. Note: a few white camera flash spots, none on the item.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1323020 (stock #MCP-618)
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$185.00
An Art Deco design on a substantial eight inch tall pitcher or jug made in England by Fieldings in their Crown Devon line. The hand-painted decoration includes stylized orange, yellow and brown sunflowers with fairly realistic green leaves and dramatic black leaves with white zig-zag lines. No doubt influenced by the designs of Clarice Cliff and very bold for this factory. The jug has light crazing typical of earthenware from the era, a few missing flecks of paint in the overglaze colors; otherwise in mint condition. The circumference is 19 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1960 item #1318853 (stock #MCP-619)
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$45.00
A Holllinshead and Kirkham jug hand-painted with the Primula (primrose) pattern designed by F. Growcott during the Art Deco era. It is very colorful and has the stamped signature of the painter R. Growcott. It was made in England circa 1950 at the tail end of the deco era when popular designs continued to be made. The jug is in perfect condition and measures 4-3/4 inches in height and 5-1/2 inches from the tip of the spout to the handle.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #1316397 (stock #PF-195)
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$1,475.00
Beautiful table service for eight made in England by Shelley China, circa 1950. Each place setting includes a 10-1/2 inch dinner plate, an 8 inch dessert or salad/starter plate, a 5-1/2 inch saucer, and a 3-7/8 inch diameter cup. The Oleander shape is less fluted than Shelley's Dainty shape and more practical for drinking from the cup. All 32 pieces of fine china are in perfect condition. There is no domestic shipping charge in the United States for the complete service for this holiday season, through December 31, 2015.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1970 item #1313499 (stock #MC-915)
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$65.00
The red earthenware near Prinknash Abbey in Devon has been used for pottery, generally seen with a black glaze. This vase is highly decorated with dots and rectangles applied with slip, with a high gloss glaze overall. Mint condition, measuring 5-3/8 inches in height, dating from the mid-20th century.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1950 item #1289217 (stock #MC-896)
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$165.00
Trained as an architect Australian Keith Murray designed dinnerware for Wedgwood for a few years prior to 1940 - and introduced the clean lines and matte glazes that became known as Art Moderne. The mug is glazed in a single color but has narrow white striped edges produced by wiping the glaze off these surfaces before firing. The mug is in perfect condition and measures four inches in height. It is marked with the initials KM rather than with Murray's full signature.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1930 item #1279551 (stock #MC-889)
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$48.00
These egg cups were made by Poole in England circa 1925, during the art pottery era under the ownership of Carter, Stabler and Adams. The are hand-painted with identical motifs and were done by the same painter whose cipher is prominent on the bottoms. Both have been used, with light crazing in the interiors and a flake missing from the bottom rim of one. There were wax remnants in one cup so they have been used as candlesticks - but their original purpose was as egg cups. Measurements are about 1-3/4 inches in diameter and 1-5/8 inches in height. They are offered for sale as a pair.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1261733 (stock #MC-867)
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$75.00
Vintage Royal Winton chintz in the Tartans pattern, made in England in 1937 by Grimwades. The shape of this dish - a bowl set in a square - is from the Art Deco period prior to 1940. It is in excellent condition and measures 5-1/2 inches square and about 1-1/4 inches deep.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1256706 (stock #MC-863)
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$900.00
The strong colors on this biscuit barrel, or cookie jar, are remarkable with only a few scratches in the glaze on the top of the barrel and light oxidation of the outermost rim of blue glaze on the lid, and no other damage. This is one of Clarice Cliff's designs and shapes, number 333, designed and brought to market in England in 1932- 1933. Blue Chintz is one of her stylized designs, as though looking at a chintz ceramic pattern through a microscope that has enlarged each flower into a color field. The barrel has its original raffia handle, dyed dark blue and in very good condition. The barrel and lid measure about seven inches in height and the circumference of the jar is 19 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1960 item #1255686 (stock #MCP-612)
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$115.00
Brilliant colors and shape highlight this pitcher (jug) made in England by the Thomas Lawrence pottery in their Falcon Ware line, circa 1950. Three colors in glossy finishes, with the white zig-zag molded as well as picked out with glaze. The six-inch tall pitcher is in perfect condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1249501 (stock #MC-820)
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$700.00
Bobbins is one of Clarice Cliff's abstracted or Picasso inspired motifs, in production from 1931 to 1933. This bowl is in a simple shape and has both Bizarre and Fantasque stamps, indicating it was made at the Newport pottery, bought out by Cliff's employer Wilkinson's, with the factory turned over to Cliff to accommodate her burgeoning workshop. The bowl was probably a Newport blank, not one of Cliff's own shapes, with the design applied in three stages by three painters: an outliner, an enameler and a bander. It shows signs of use in the honeyglaze interior and some tiny missing flecks in the design but there is no damage. The bowl measures 7-3/8 inches in diameter and 3-1/4 inches in height.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1930 item #1226000 (stock #MCP-569)
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$215.00
There are six plates total with two different designs of galleons at sea, made in England by Wedgwood and dated for 1923. The plates have reticulated borders and are in immaculate condition, with some crazing and one tiny tiny nick to one surface. The diameter of each plate is 8-7/8 inches including the scalloped rim.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1970 item #1207192 (stock #MC-826)
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$120.00
A sugar sifter (shaker) made in England by T.G. Green circa 1960. The pottery introduced the yellow and white pieces in 1960 but made far fewer shapes than they made in blue and white. This sifter is in excellent condition with only tiny marks either from the factory or from use but no damage. It is in the traditional Deco-influenced shape and has the green shield mark. Measurements are 5 inches in height and 2-5/8 inches in diameter.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1178757 (stock #MC-850)
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$800.00
Autumn Crocus was Clarice Cliff's most popular motif, and this biscuit (cookie) jar is her own Art Deco design as well, known as shape 335. The jar is in excellent condition with a few missing flecks of paint but no damage (no chips, cracks, stains, repairs or crazing). The dyed and woven wicker handle is original and in perfect condition. Made in England and marked for Newport pottery this jar dates from the 1930s. The base measures five inches in height and with the ball-topped lid the jar is about 6-1/2 inches high. The width including the knobs is 6-1/2 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1177009 (stock #MC-806)
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$168.00
A shallow bowl made circa 1930 and hand-painted at Poole Pottery in England with one of their Art Deco motifs. The red clay body and Carter, Stabler, Adams Co. impressed stamp indicate this is an earlier studio piece and not from the later commercial line. The bowl is in excellent condition with no damage and only light crazing on the underside. It measures 4-1/4 inches in diameter at the opening and 2-1/4 inches in height. Please note any stray white marks are from the camera flash and are not on the piece itself.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1148997 (stock #MC-792)
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$95.00
This charming little vase was made by Poole (Carter, Stabler, Adams) in England in the mid-1930s. It is marked with the cipher for the painter Myrtle Bond, and is in flawless condition. The vase measures 3-1/2 inches in height and 2-3/4 inches in diameter at the top. The motif depicts stylized flowers in matte glazes.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1940 item #1097089 (stock #MC-769)
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$550.00
Hand-painted by Phyllis Allen circa 1930 for Poole Pottery, the trade name of Carter, Stabler, and Adams, in the motif called "Bluebird". The two-handled ornamental jug measures 7-1/2 inches in height and about eight inches across from handle to handle. The modeling and painting are exquisite, finished in Poole's typical matte glaze. The jug, or urn, is in mint condition.