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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
19th Cen. Spanish Polychrome Bowl - Granada
Early 19th century Spanish polychrome blue and green bowl. Highly collectable, especially in this condition. No cracks. some flaking as shown, but little loss of clay body. ...
Thu Nov 24, 2005 7:04am
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
Roseville Teasel Blue Vase
Estate fresh Roseville Teasel Blue Vase, in Great Condition. A Small Chip on bottom of rim. Has a very light, barley visable Marked Roseville 28 something or another on botto ...
Fri Jun 15, 2007 1:31am
Henri Delcourt Deco Vase (Late 1920's)
Beautiful Henri Delcourt vase. This vase represents a break from his usual style, but I think it is better. Delcourt worked at Boulogne - sur - Mer in Northern France from 1 ...
Sun Oct 24, 2004 7:44pm
Hull Lion Head Jardiniere 6in.
Wonderful Hull stoneware lion head jardiniere. Matte blue. 6.75" tall. Very hard to find. 1920's. You will find it in the new Hull collectors book. A photograph of a ...
Wed Jun 30, 2004 8:16pm
West Germany Mini Vase
Marked 589-10 W-GERMANY Gold luster around top. Blues, whites, yellows and black. Not your typical pottery colors.
Sun Jun 11, 2006 7:19pm
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