American Belleek Porcelain Dresser Jar, made circa 1900 by the Ceramic Art Company of Trenton, NJ, the predecessor firm of Lenox china.Dimensions 3" wide x 2.5" high. There is a monogram on the top of the cover.
A Lenox Belleek Double-Handled Serving Dish with Enameled Florals on the Front and Back. Green L and Palette mark; c. 1920's. Dimensions; 10.25" wide x 3.5" deep x 3.75" high. excellent condition.
A very charming wise old OWL! This vase stands 12 inches tall and is 7 inches wide/diameter. The body of the owl is comprised of rough unglazed "feathers" and has glazed shiny highlights. The sides and based are glazed. This exanple is unmarked, but I have had marked versions, all with the Royal Haegar ink stamp. No cracks, chips or repairs, Circa 1960
Niloak Pottery Missionware vase with swirled colors of red, blue, grey, brown and white. Glazed interior. This pot has the first art pottery mark used from 1910 to 1924. No chips, cracks or repairs; minor surface marks. Vase is in as found condition it has not been washed. Pot measures 5 inches in diameter and is 3 1/2 inches tall.
Rookwood Vase mold number 715 D; dated 1895. Painted by Mary Louella Perkins (MLP), who was with Rookwood only 13 years from 1886 to 1898. Mold number 715 designed by William Watts Taylor in 1894 was also available as an Ewer. Several old labels and esoteric marks on the base - one label for Davis Collamore and Co., of NY, around 1884 Davis Collamore was appointed National Sales Agent for Rookwood and remained so until around 1920...
Josef Originals Birthstone Girl for March (Aquamarine). Figure stands 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) Tall and has a Josef Originals stamp on the base. Gold trim. No chips, cracks or repairs. High gloss finish and black eyes of earlier production. Circa 1960's
A very early and scarce Arts and Crafts 8" American pottery vase in the Early Velmoss pattern, made by Roseville. This vase features an Arts & Crafts design with leaves; the glaze is a pleasant green with bluish and tan highlights, as well as relief molding. It has the bottom finish typical of this pattern, and it has remnants of the original pencil marks (otherwise this piece is unsigned)...
American art pottery vase by Rookwood, decorated in a blue vellum glaze shading to a rose color at the base, and adorned with white roses, painted by Ed Diers, with date code for 1928. Impressed maker's marks to underside of base. Size: 7 inches high. Excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or restoration.
Square vase in decorated matte with a floral motif of Wisteria on one side and anemones on the other. Glaze colors are blue, green, purple, red, yellow and white, glaze is heavy in spots, and has some small burst air bubbles (pinhead size). Glaze did pool at base of article, and there are three small glaze pulls at lower edges. No cracks, chips, or repairs. Vase measures 7.5 inches (19 cm) Tall by 5.8 inches (14.7 cm) wide by 2.25 inches (5.7 cm) deep...
Grueby art pottery vase, ca. 1905, in ovoid form with a raised tapered-leaf design and finished in Grueby's classic cucumber-green matte glaze. Circular "GRUEBY POTTERY BOSTON USA" mark and maker's mark impressed on bottom surface, plus two paper labels. Virtually pristine condition, with no cracks, chips, or repairs.
Height: 11.5 cm (4.5 in)
Mouth diameter: 10 cm (3.9 in)
Shoulder width: 14.5 cm (5.7 in)
An exceptional Grueby piece recently released from a private Japanese collection...
This large ceramic rooster (16 1/4")is the work of Edwin Meaders (1921-2015) of the famous Meader family of potters and artists from White County Georgia.
John Meader founded the workshop in 1893, primarily making utilitarian jugs, crocks, and other functional items. Cheever and Arie Meaders continued the work, making both utilitarian objects and creating artworks in the shape of animals, birds, and face jugs...
Fulper Pottery Vasekraft art pottery vase, being an early conversion to a table lamp, with shade. Matte green glaze, with an applied bronze foot ring depicting classical athletes in a running frieze surrounding the base. Size: 8 inches diameter x 8 inches ht. Dimensions including shade: 20 inches diameter x 20 1/2 inches ht. Double lamp sockets. Excellent condition.
An American stoneware ovoid jug with painted cobalt blue accents at top and base of the handle. Circa 1830. Size: 14 in. Ht. x 10 in. diameter. Nice condition.
A large ovoid stoneware antique crock in a honey colored glaze, with painted cobalt markings at handle ends. Three-gallon capacity. Early 19th century. Size: 14 in. ht. x 11 in. diameter. Three chips to top rim.
2 gallon stoneware crock or churn by Julius Norton of Bennington Vt, 1859 - 1861.
Measures 11 1/4" high and 8 1/2" diameter at base.
Stamped at shoulder and neck with Julius Norton's name and location, the #2 below the stamp.
This form is sometimes considered a churn, but can function as a crock also.
Decorated with the double bird design, very rare and desirable.
Very vivid cobalt decoration, with blue highlights over the stamped name, location, and size.
Applied slip handles.
Large pair of Jugtown ware thrown candlesticks, vintage, in black glossy glaze.
Measure 13 1/2" high, 5" in diameter at base...