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Vintage Talavera Mexican Pottery Dessert Set
W-CP2

DESCRIPTION: A gorgeous hand painted dessert set consisting of a service for eight (missing one tea cup). The colorful set includes two sizes of plates plus shallow oval dishes, all with scalloped edges and each with a different unique design, as well as tea cups, saucers and a flat oval serving tray. Each is signed on the reverse, “Pintado a mano, Puebla, Mexico,” 20th C. W-CP2 $795 for the set

$795 for the set


Eight Periwinkle Blue Fiesta Ware Dinner Plates
A-CP4

DESCRIPTION: A hard to find set of eight periwinkle blue (color retired) Fiesta dinner plates. Nothing says Americana or “Country Cottage” like Fiesta dinnerware, which can be mixed and matched with other Fiesta colors. Periwinkle blue was introduced by Fiesta in 1989 and discontinued in 2006; this set’s logo would date these plates to pre 1992. CONDITION: Light ware, no chips, good condition. DIMENSIONS: 11.5" diameter each. A-CP4 $185 for set of eight

$185 for set of eight


Handsome Chinese Red Clay Oil Jar, 19th C.
GD36

DESCRIPTION: Long acknowledged as masters of porcelain, the Chinese also excelled at pottery making. Qing Dynasty domestic pottery used regional clays and showed distinctive regional styles. This pottery, used for the storage of oil and other household goods, exhibited tremendous, quiet beauty as well as utility. Crafted of red clay and originating from Jiangxi Provence, this handsome jar is an excellent example with its incised geometric decorations in two-toned brown and yellow ochre glazes.... Click for details

$300


Set of Five Vintage Blue & White Mexican Nesting Bowls
W-CP5

DESCRIPTION: A lovely set of five red clay Mexican earthenware nesting bowls, dating from the 1950's. The bowls are decorated in fluid strokes of blue between blue line borders on a white/cream ground. The interiors have a line of blue around the inner circumference with dollops of green glaze. Very good condition, no chips, original imperfections that add to the charm. DIMENSIONS: Largest bowl: 10.25 diameter x 4.75” high. Smallest bowl: 5.5” diameter x 2” high.

$295


Large, Vintage Roseville Stoneware Crock
A-CP1a

DESCRIPTION: A three gallon Roseville stoneware crock with an off-white exterior glaze and dark brown interior. The bottom is inscribed: “3 gal., R.R. P. Co., Roseville, Ohio, USA.” These larger crocks are perfect for your antique kitchen implements such as rolling pins, large wooden spoons, etc. Excellent condition, no chips. DIMENSIONS: 11” high x 11” diameter.

$120


Chinese Celadon Glazed Pottery Jar
GD5

DESCRIPTION: An attractive antique Chinese stoneware jar with wide body and outward turning rim, hand crafted with a pleasing celadon glaze over a raised border of circular designs. In original firing condition and dating from the early 20th C. Though the origin is Chinese, this crock would lend a nice touch of "country" in a cottage or farmhouse setting. DIMENSIONS: 7.5” high (19 cm) x 8” diameter (20.3 cm).

$120


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