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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
Small Fraunfelter China Pot (open salt?)
Small medium green Fraunfelter pot. About 2.5 inches tall. Made about 1927 in Zanesville OH. High gloss, glass like finish inside and out. Glazed white inside. Not designe ...
Thu Sep 9, 2004 8:36pm
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
Hull Stoneware Powder Blue Vase
I have two sizes of this vase. This is the smaller of the two. There has been discussions on McCoy boards about this line. I have seen it in this blue, white, green, and a ...
Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:32pm
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
White Unknown Stoneware Vase (Brush McCoy?)
I need help with this one. Both ID and Value. Looks like McCoy, or maybe RRP CO. or even Early Roseville. Matte glaze, no marks on bottom. About 8 inches tall Sally at RR ...
Mon Jun 28, 2004 8:37pm
Monmouth Pottery Deco Vase
8.25 inches tall. Matte butterscotch matte glaze. Hard, dense, white clay. My best guess is Monmouth Pottery. I am listing this a Monmouth Pottery. The deco step handles ...
Sat Aug 28, 2004 11:55am
Monmouth Pottery Bowl
Unknown Bowl. 3.75 inches tall. High gloss white glaze. Very hard, dense, white clay. Best guess is Monmouth Pottery. Listing as Monmouth. Deco step handles have provided ...
Sat Aug 28, 2004 11:59am
Pale Green White Pottery M-8
White Pottery Co. pale green planter. I have found very little about this pottery. My guess is it is one of the hundreds of California potteries that operated in the 40's, 5 ...
Thu Oct 21, 2004 7:31pm
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