Height 17.8 cm (7"). Discontinued 1983. There are no chips, no cracks, no hairlines, and no repairs to this item. This items is in excellent condition.
Height 17.8 cm (7"). Discontinued 1983.
There are no chips, no cracks, no hairlines, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.
This vintage stoneware pottery 6 gallon ice water dispenser (water cooler) was made by Roseville Pottery Company circa 1900 or before.
The cooler measures 17 1/2" including the lid. The outside diameter is 12". This crock, stoneware ice water cooler weighs in at a hefty 41 pounds.
The blue paint is still very vibrant. The gasket around the spigot should be replaced because it has some dry rot.
There are no chips, no cracks, no hairlines, and no repairs to this item. This item has a few minor scratches from use.
This tortoise ashbowl measures 7 1/4" in diameter and 2" high.
Due to the polularity of the tortoise figurines, Wade decided to introduce an ashtray, or ashbowl, utilizing the figurines as decoration to add interest to the bowls. The bowl is in the Scintillite finish.
The Royal Worcester figurine of Sunday's child is 7 1/4" tall. The base is 2 1/2" in diameter. She is missing the item in her hand. Otherwise she is perfect.
The McCoy urn vase is from the early 1940s.
There area no cracks, no chips, no hairlines and no repairs to this item. It does have the usual McCoy crazing.
Fine Roseville deep rose to purple Foxglove measuring 8.5" tall and 6.5" wide. The piece is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Classic Danish porcelain statute of Hans Christian Anderson,19th century author of fairy tales-national hero of Denmark--marked with Royal Copenhagen mark inside bottom--no repairs-no condition problems-mint condition-9 inches high-6.5 inches at base--made in the 1950s-has serial number as well as mark
This fabulous Irish Belleek Owl vase is in perfect condition and the eyes are beautiful. It measures 8 1/4" tall x 3 1/2" wide x 3 1/2" deep.
There is the usual overall crazing on this wonderful art deco vase. It measures 61/2" wide, 6" tall, and 3" deep.
There are no chips, no cracks, no hairlines and no repairs. This item is in excellent condition.
Charming French faience soup tureen with hand painted decoration. Diameter is 8", height is 7". Condition is very good with some losses to enamel of finial as shown and mild internal thermal craquelure. A charming piece of faience from the turn of the century to the 1930's.
Stunning and rare Royal Doulton advertising Whiskey Water Jug for King George IV Old Scotch. This jug is a replica of an 1830 jug and produced around 1936. It stands 5 1/4" high and is in Excellent condition! Please refer to Westcott Page 123 for an analysis on investment with particular reference to this jug doubling in value during the preceding five years. This piece also commemorates milestones in the life of King George IV. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED...
Exquisite quality, these handpainted dishes would grace any home. These measure 4 1/2" square and are in perfect condition. Only one is signed.
These would make wonderful wine bottle coasters.
Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand, Sweden, c.1960: glossy lime-green stemmed bowl with relief-moulded decoration of a sunflower. Impressed factory mark and GN. Width: “5 ½ / 13,5 cm, height: “2 ¾ / 7 cm. Condition: fine
Nils Thorsson for Royal Copenhagen: twohandled bowl. The outside with a brown and glossy glaze, the inside with a matted batique-inspired pattern in shades of brown and blue, 1970's. Original sticker.
Length: "8 1/2 /21 cm. Condition: fine
This rare Roseville Pottery Futura "Four Ball Vase" is shape 393-12" in this celebrated and internationally famous 1928-1929 line...
Large (32cm) and fine vase (salt-fired, gres flamme) by Auguste Frere (1889-1983) who worked in the workshops of Willem Delsaux, Roger Guerin, etc, where he produced fine art pottery. This vase is signed "AFrere" and is in fine condition. Please look at our Roger Guerin and Edgard Aubry offerings on this site. Ref: "Sel et Feu" by Fauconnier and Migeot, p. 132.
A lovely Arts and Crafts era English pottery bowl or planter made by Bretby. This 3-1/2" tall and 6-3/8" diameter bowl has a lovely light green glaze at the top graduating to a deeper moss green on the bottom; it has the Bretby mark, MADE IN ENGLAND and the 1644D pattern mark stamped into the bottom. This item is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, losses, repairs or damage other than some very fine allover crazing...
Lovely pair of porcelain compotes in the "Dresden Garland" pattern by Schumann. The pierced rims are heavily decorated with colorful flowers and gilding. Each compote is centered with a floral bouquet surrounded by entwined gilt and floral garlands. The decorative motifs are echoed on the pedestals. The bottoms are marked by Schumann.
Origin: Germany, ca. 1920. Condition: mint. Size: 7-1/2" diameter; 4-5/8" tall.
A pair of large Britt-Louise Sundell dishes or chargers with brownish-black glaze and scroll motif, from her 1960’s series Virvel (Whirl), designed for Gustavsberg. Original sticker for the Gustavsberg factory to one dish, both with under-glaze marks Gustavsberg Sweden. Diam: "9 / 23 cm. Condition: one dish is slightly warped and for that reason is equipped with felt supports.
This rare 9-7/8" plate was designed by internationally famous Cleveland artist Viktor Schreckengost. The shape is Diana, introduced in 1934. This striking art deco pattern is called Betsy Ross, consisting of small stylized red flowers on a white background...
This 6" t. teapot is decorated with the well-known "Christmas Eve" motifs designed by internationally famous Cleveland artist Viktor Schreckengost. Made by Sadler (England) under contract from Salem China, for whom Viktor originally worked as a freelance designer. Age not known, although the original motifs were introduced in the 1950s. (This shape may be ca. 1980 or thereabout.)
No nicks, chips, hairlines, or repairs. NOTE: The open sugar bowl and creamer have been SOLD!!!
The Royal Doulton COACHING DAYS Series was designed by Victor Venner and in production from 1905 - 1955. There are 20 recorded scenes and this Trio features scene 16: 'Man with trunk, coach approaching through snow' on the cup, and scene 12: 'Coach going up hill, attendants walking' on the 5 1/2" saucer and 6" plate. This fabulous set features the Yellow Door Coach and is in the finer Bone China (E3804) in Excellent condition - no chips, cracks, repairs or crazing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
This stunning console set was made by General Ceramics (New York) as part of its 1930s "Carillon China" line of artware. The set consists of 3 Machine Age shapes--a low bowl measuring 13" x 2" t. and a pair of 5" x 1.25" t. candle holders. All three items are marked with the backstamp bell logo.
These shapes have buttresses around the outer edges, and were evidently inspired by gear or cogwheel designs. Very lovely mottled glossy glazes!
Here is an example of their ivory glaze...
Danish Kähler salad bowl, 1940s to 50s. Green glazed interior, the exterior with matted dark brown glaze and sgraffito decoration of fir tree twigs. Mark HAK for Herman A Kähler and Made in Denmark.
Diam: 8 3/4 " / 22,5 cm, height: 3 3/4 " / 9,5 cm. Condition: fine.
Carl-Harry Stålhane lidded jar for Swedish factory Rörstrand, the inside with silvery stains on a black background, the two-handled lid with a textile-inspired pattern, c 1970.
Height: 2 3/4 " / 7 cm, width: 6 " / 15 cm.
Condition: minimal glaze imperfections (from fabrication) to rim of lid.
Arabia, glazed stoneware bowl with decoration of a shrimp, signed NH, 1960s.
Width: 6 " / 15 cm.
Condition: some iridescent and matte imperfections to the glaze in the centre (less evident than on the photo).
Francesca Mascitti Lindh for Arabia, double-handled jar, 1960s. Shape referring to the Bronze Age.
Height: 3 " / 7, 5 cm, width: 6 1/2 " / 16,5 cm.
Condition: part of the rim restuck and a glaze chip on the side has been refilled.
Ca 1916-20 Rams head vase by Michael Andersen & Son of Denmark(1890-). Terracotta with a black matte streaking~finish. One small chip on the rim and light wear inside (see photo please.) Marked M A& S Danmark with a production number, 632.
6" x 5 "
This is in good shape. There are no chips or cracks. Thank you for looking.
1 Cup & Saucer, $20.00,
4 Saucer, $4.00,
These are in great shape. They are priced each. We have a cup pictured. Thanks for looking.
This plate is 6". It's in great shape. We have a saucer pictured. Thanks for looking.
German Dresden Porcelain Cup & Saucer, c. 1930. Wonderful black background, with flowers in gold encased oval cartouches. Gold rim and gold handle. Also there is decoration on front of cup with floral sprigs. Cup is 2 5/8 inches high; saucer is 5 5/8 inches wide.
Wonderful early vase by Pierre Greber, dating from around 1935, in excellent condition. This unusual vase is 8 1/2" high and is very reminiscent of Charles Greber's Art Nouveau pieces. It is signed with the "Greber" incised signature in script Pierre borrowed from his uncle.
Very large vase by Pierre Greber, dating from around 1950 when he produced his famous "bronzed ceramics", with a metallic glaze on a black background. This vase in excellent condition measures approximately 11 1/2" high and is signed with the incised "Greber" signature Pierre borrowed from his uncle Charles. We currently have two pieces of this type by Pierre Greber, with gold iridescent glazes over black (the inside glazes vary from light blue-green to blue)...