A Fine and Rare Tall Candleholder Signed Wannopee. This was made in New Milford, Ct. and dates between 1892-1903. Fine Condition and measuring about 8 1/2" tall and 5 3/4" across the base.
A Fine and Rare Matte Green Pottery Pitcher from William Jervis at his Craven Pottery. This would have been made in Ohio between 1905-08. Fine condition and measuring about 4" tall, 4 3/4" across at its widest.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Pottery : Pre 1910 item #1129366 (stock #p605)
A Fine High Glaze Trivet from Newcomb College. Quite early, probably circa 1901. Marks on back include NC for Newcomb College, JM for the potter, Joseph Meyer, H J for the decorator, Harriet Joor. Other marks are U for the white clay, P in a shield and a couple of other marks under the glaze that can not be deciphered. Measures about 5 7/8" across. Shows some roughness and flakes to the edge. Rare and unique.
Occupational Shaving Mug Painter-Artist Measures about 3 3/4" high, no chips, cracks or repairs, just wear to the gold. Nice example and not common.
Rare Art Pottery from Ralph Radcliffe-Whitehead and Jane Byrd Whitehead at their White Pines Pottery, Byrdcliffe, Woodstock, New York. Measures about 3" tall, 3 1/4" across. Signed as shown with WP, winged arrow and code number. Nice example.