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Beautiful Carillon (General Ceramics) Planter (maybe)
Very Nice Carillon China by General Ceramics Co. planter (rare we think). Has their typical blue-green flambe like glaze. 4.25" tall and 8.24" wide. No chips, cra ...
Tue Aug 23, 2005 9:23pm
RARE Chinese MING DYNASTY Vase WANLI Period (1573-1619)
SALE! New Price is 199.99 I was assking $900. I AM STILL TAKING OFFERS BELOW SALE PRICE! ARE YOUR REALLY INTERESTED! MAKE ME OFFER! NO LAYAWAYS! On Sale or Offer Price Welco ...
Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:07pm
Large Hibiscus? Pillow Vase
This vase was covered in blue red and silver paint. The images are the vase with the paint removed. Image 3 shows a copyright mark, but I can't tell if its a date (roman num ...
Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:29pm
Looks like a Roseville Piece?
This is an old Early 1900's Blue vase with no maker's name but it numbered and it is unglazed on the bottom.It kind of resembles Roseville Pottery Pieces?It is about 4 to 5 &q ...
Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:56pm
Carillon Ware Vase
I don't think this is General Ceramics Carillon. Any help with the ID would be wonderful. The shape has been copied by other producers (Niloak for one). The clay is an inte ...
Sat Jul 31, 2004 12:36pm
Peters and Reed Trumpet Vase
Peters and Reed Vase. Most commonly called a trumpet vase, but also known as a corset vase or carnation jar. Wilse blue, high gloss glaze. According to my resources, this v ...
Thu Oct 27, 2005 6:12pm
Brush McCoy Musical Jug
Brush McCoy musical jug. Totally intact and functioning music box, compete with wooden bead on switch. Beautiful cobalt and blue-gray drip with some crystals. This jug did ...
Sun Jul 11, 2004 7:13pm
Tall Blue Flambe Vase - Carillon
This is another vase marked with a black M. 11 inches tall. I have been told the other was Carillon by General Ceramics. The glaze is in fact close. But I am going to keep r ...
Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:57pm
Smaller 19th Cen. Spanish Fajalauza Bowl - Granada
Early to mid 19th century Spanish Fajalauza Bowl - Granada Spain. Blue and white tin glaze. 6 inches in diameter. A highly collectable piece of 19th cen. Spanish pottery. B ...
Mon Aug 4, 2008 8:48pm
19th Cen. Spanish Fajalauza Bowl - Granada
Early to mid 19th century Spanish Fajalauza Bowl - Granada Spain. Blue and white tin glaze. 10.5 inches in diameter. A highly collectable piece of Spanish pottery. Bowl s ...
Sun Nov 20, 2005 4:31pm
Hand Painted Bowl - Information Please
I have some ideas about this bowl, but I would like to hear your opinions. There is a small chip at 4 o'clock (front view), and what appears to be a repaird chip on the botto ...
Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:08pm
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