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Morton-Cliftwood Vase with Swirl or Spiral Design
Small stoneware vase. Looks to be Ohio clay. Cobol over turquoise drip glaze. Swirl design is repeated in the handle thingies. No chip or cracks. Some unstained crazing ...
Tue Oct 4, 2005 6:50pm
Rare Fleuron N. Tonawanda N.Y Vase
Very Rare Fleuron, North Tonawanda New York Vase. About 5.5" tall. Unglazed, as most the Fleuron pottery I have seen is. I have seen 4 pieces in my life, 2 pink clay (1 ...
Thu Sep 30, 2004 9:33pm
Early Hull Stoneware Jardiniere w/ experimental glaze
Hull stoneware jardiniere. 1920's. If you collect Hull stoneware, you will probably recognize the shape, but not the glaze. High gloss green w/black on brown sponge. 4" ...
Sat Jul 17, 2004 9:42pm
Half Gallon Peoria Pottery Crock Albany Slip
This is a larger Peoria Pottery Storage Crock. It is not a wax sealer. The most amazing thing about this piece is the condition. At over 110 years old, this crock is in abs ...
Sat Jun 26, 2004 4:31pm
Early McCoy Stoneware 2 Handled Vase
Early McCoy green onyx vase. c. 1930's. Hanson Nissen Vol. 1 p. 50. 8 inches tall.
Wed Jul 7, 2004 9:14pm
Monmouth Stepped Double Gourd Form Matte Glaze Vase
Mid to late 1930's Monmouth vase with a matte green vellim type glaze. Art Deco inspired design this form must be somewhat uncommon as I have had trouble locating another like ...
Sat Apr 19, 2008 11:00am
Small Stoneware Jug
Small signed stoneware jug. Blue green drip glaze. Signed. No chips cracks or crazing. About 4 inches tall. Heavy.
Tue Oct 4, 2005 6:20pm
Irridescent Glaze by French Ceramist Lucien Brisdoux
This vase is about 6 1/2" tall and 6 1/2" in largest diameter. The artist has been identified as Lucien Brisdoux, a French ceramist that lived 1878-1963. He concentr ...
Sun Jul 11, 2004 11:03pm
Latter Zanesville Stoneware Ribbed Vase
Latter ZSC ribbed vase. See the Later ZSC bowl for a great companion piece. Probably from the 1950,s. These are normally marked with a number (4000 or 5000 series), this on ...
Tue Feb 1, 2005 7:50pm
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