Stoneware Yellow Glaze Mixing Bowls

Two small yellow pottery bowls with cupcake background

Item Name
Mixing Bowls Yellow Glazed
Price
$32.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1

Description
These two matching, nesting mixing bowls are really cute. They date to the 1940’s and have rims that are embossed with butterflies and tulips. 

The bowls stand 2 ¾ inches high with bases that measure the same. They are 4 3/4 inches wide at the top.The outsides are finely crazed and the insides have some crazing also. The condition is otherwise very good with no chips or cracks or hairlines. They have no maker's marks.

This pair of small bowls is perfect for the country or mid-century kitchen!

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Dickens China Plates Set of 6

Charles Dickens Antiques Plates set of six
Item Name
Charles Dickens Collectible Plate Set
Price
$159.00
Condition
Antique
Availability

1-set of 6
Description
Coalport is a famous china manufactory which began in 1796 and by 1800 was Britain’s largest. These plates date from 1891 to c. 1920. The mark on the reverse of each shows the word England under the crown mark; this word was added to the mark in 1891. (The words Made in England were added circa 1920.) Coalport called this china pattern “Kings Ware.”

These 9 inch antique plates are a beautiful pale cream color. Their rims are heavily embossed with flowers and leaves and the center of each is decorated with black and white transfer prints that are hand colored in polychrome. Each shows a character from the works of Charles Dickens.

Hand-painted Beautiful China Pitcher

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Item Name
China Pitcher White Blue and Flowers
Price
$55.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1

Description
This lovely pitcher is hand-painted in a floral motif, with leaves, flowers and buds. There are touches of gilding in many spots. The gilding is worn on the handle and to a lesser degree in some other areas. There are no chips, cracks, flea bites or any other condition issues.
We’ve owned this pitcher for 30 years and have never been able to decipher the mark on the bottom. It is painted in gold, and since it has never turned up in all of the marks books we’ve consulted, we think it may be the initials of the artist who decorated it.

Carved Painted Wood Mesoamerican Couple Folk Art Bookends

Carved Painted Wood Mesoamerican Couple Folk Art Bookends

Item Name
Folk Art Bookends Mesoamerican Man & Woman
Price
$59.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1-pair
Description
The man and woman on these carved wooden bookends are Mesoamerican, possibly Incan or Mayan. They are hand-carved; the detail on them is so precise and the painting is excellent.
The figures are seated on a dark-stained, 1 inch thick slab of wood. Behind each of them is a pyramid; even the building blocks are delineated. The woman is seated with her arms encircling her knees; her hair is parted in the center with two long braids down her back. The man is hunched forward with his arms crossed on his lap and is wearing a simple wrapped head covering.

Chocolate Brown Shoe Bank by Sheffield Pottery

Sheffield Pottery Shoe Bank Brown

Item Name
Sheffield Chocolate Brown Pottery Shoe Bank
Price
$29.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1

Description
This figural bank in the shape of a shoe was made by the Sheffield Pottery in Sheffield, Massachusetts. It is made of white clay that is glazed in chocolate brown. The raised laces down the front are tied in a bow and the coin slot is hand-cut. The bottom features a cork plug and a hand-written signature in white slip. 

Blue Ringed Frankoma Jardiniere #70-B

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Item Name
Blue Jardiniere by Frankoma
Price
SOLD - $29.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability 0

Description
This Frankoma pottery piece can also be used as a vase, but in the original Frankoma catalog it was listed as a jardinière. The color is gorgeous and it is in pristine condition. It is 5 1/2 inches tall, with a 3 3/4 inch diameter base and a 6 1/2 inch width at the widest point. It's a sturdy two pounds.

Shepherd Boy and Girl Borghese Cast Plaster Figurines

Borghese Figurines Matched Pair Shepherd Boy and Girl

Item Name
Figurines by Borghese
Price
$25.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1 Pair

Description
This charming pair of figurines was made by Niepold’s, Inc., located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, which started production in the early 1900’s. Their Borghese line was made of cast plaster,which we often see described as chalkware or plaster of Paris. After the figurines were molded, they were painted to resemble antiques, often using shading techniques to imitate wear from aging. This is particularly true of this early pair. 

Olive Green Art Pottery Jardinière

Arts and Crafts Era Large Pottery Vase Interesting Glaze

Item Name
Art Pottery Jardiniere
Price
$65.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1

Description
This beautiful pottery vase or jardinière has a glossy olive green glaze with touches of rusty brown on both the interior and exterior. The grapevines, leaves and tendrils are in relief on the outside and the many indentations from them can be felt on the inside. The glaze is in excellent condition, with crazing only on the edge of the base and on the bottom. The bottom is also glazed except for the outer rim.

Pressed Glass Compote Pale Blue With Beaded Fruit

Pressed Glass Blue Compote and Beaded Fruit
Item Name
Beaded Fruit & Blue Glass Compote
Price
$39.00
Condition
Vintage
Availability

1

Description
This compote or candy dish was made by the Jeanette Glass Company in Jeanette, Pennsylvania. The pattern is Windsor Diamond, with diamonds and hobnails and a beaded rim. The color, ice blue, was made from 1932 to 1946. It was pressed in a two-part mold without any maker's mark.

This pretty glass piece stands 5 ¼ inches high and measures 6 inches across the top with a 3 ½ inch base. It does have one small chip under the rim, which cannot be seen unless you turn it over. It's in otherwise terrific condition.

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