Vintage Mexican Dinner Plates

On November 29, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s Sure to bring color to any table setting, these hand-painted vintage plates are all beautiful.   Vintage/Antique Mexican pottery and plates are very collectible and look great on the dinner table.  Each has a slightly different pattern, and all have the same glaze colors.  The metal hanger can […]

Large Mexican Scenic Plates

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s Hand-painted scenes decorate these large Mexican plates.  We have more large plates listed separately, as well as smaller plates to match.  Sold individually. 10  1/2″ wide Good condition; some edge wear/small chips Qty = 1 each $125 each    

Vintage Plate with Sleeping Mexican Man

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s A man taking a siesta is depicted on this large vintage plate.   This is hand painted with satiny glazes.  Ready to hang; or easily remove the metal hanger.  Sold separately.  See our other listings for smaller plates. 10  1/2″ wide Very good condition; small edge chip and […]

Hand-Painted Small Mexican Plates

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s Here are a few delightful little hand-made plates from Mexico, each with a different design.   Sold individually.   Ready to hang, or easily remove the metal hanger. 5  5/8″ wide Good condition; some surface marks and small edge chips/wear Qty = 1 each $85 each  

Vintage Plates from Mexico

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s These small hand-painted vintage plates are very whimsical.  There is a lot of imaginative detailing and bright glazes on each one.  The man carrying the basket is slightly smaller than the others (5″).  Sold separately.  Attributed to “Donkey Blues”, Tlaquepague style. 5  1/2″ wide Very good condition; minor […]

Decorated Mexican Plates

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s Hand-made vintage Mexican plates each with a different floral design.  Brightly colored and ready to hang.  Or, the metal hangers can easily be removed.  Sold separately. 9 1/2″ wide and 9  3/4″ wide Very good condition; minor wear Qty = 1 each $95 each  

Small Mexican Bowls with Birds

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s These small vintage bowls are all hand painted with birds and nicely detailed edges.   Mexican folk art is very collectible.  These were all made with 2 holes thru the top for hanging.  They also have a metal hanger which can easily be removed.   Stamped on back: […]

Mexican Rooster Plate

On November 26, 2016, in Miscellaneous Items, Pottery, by nancy

Made in Mexico, circa 1930’s – 1940’s Charming vintage plate is hand painted and depicts a rooster surrounded by greens.   Signed on back:   Redondo Seremtas.   Ready to hang; or the metal hanger can easily be removed. 10″ wide Very good condition; minor wear Qty = 1 $125  

Signed Hillside Flame Pot

On November 26, 2016, in Garden Ware, Pottery, by nancy

Hillside Pottery, Los Angeles, CA   mid-teens to 1940’s This vintage cement pot is covered with flames and has a great patina.  Can be displayed indoors or out.  Factory drilled for drainage and signed Hillside Pottery. 13″ wide x 12″ tall Great condition Qty = 1 $1200

More Rose Cabat Vases

On November 25, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s-2015 On the left is a glazed stoneware vase with unusual shape and ridge of clay.  Colorful matte and glossy glazes cover the right hand vase in a more traditional shape.  Contact us for more details and photos. 6  1/2″ tall – 5  1/2″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = […]

Rose Cabat Bud Vase 1977

On November 25, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s-2015 Matte glaze colors swirl around this hand-thrown bud vase.  It has a small neck and classic shape. 4  1/2″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $450      

Cabat Bowl

On November 25, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ   1940’s – 2015 The thick glaze drips down this lovely hand-thrown bowl.  There are bubbles and skips and globs all adding to its charm.  We are pleased to have acquired so many of Rose Cabat’s beautiful and unique pieces.  See our other listings. 4  1/4″ wide x 3  1/4″ […]

Bowl by Rose Cabat

On November 18, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Vintage bowl is very handsome with its natural feel and exposed brown clay.  The matte glaze is lime green that appears to be brushed onto the clay.  Detailing continues all around the top and the rim is slightly flared.   A treasure for any Cabat collector! 8 […]

Rose Cabat “Mom” Vessel

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 We were saddened by the death of this amazing woman, whose pottery we have collected for many years.   This 2-handled mug is covered with thick matte glazing, unevenly applied.  Every surface is an artistic feast! 6″ tall (including handles) Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $850 […]

Mug by Rose Cabat with Initials

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Here is a magnificent hand made Rose Cabat vintage mug.   It has her initials on one side and also a woman and man on another side.  And notice all the other wonderful details.  The mug is heavy and has a very earthy feel. 6  1/2″ tall […]

Rose Cabat Information

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose and Erni Cabat, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Rose Cabat was an American studio ceramist, classified as part of the Mid-Century movement, who was best known for her innovative glazes upon small porcelain pots called ‘feelies’ often in the shape of onions and figs, and bowls. Other notable pieces were called horny toads and push faces. […]

Rose Cabat Bottle Vase

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Brown and black glazes cover this heavy little bottle vase.  It has an organic feel, many details and was probably made in the 1960’s. 6″ tall x 3  1/2″ wide Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $600  

Cabat Hand-Thrown Vase

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Handsome vintage vase has mottled brown and yellow glazing.  It has a fairly smooth surface, black decorations and small neck.  This hand-thrown piece has one side where the clay is slightly push in.   Great piece to add to any collection. 4″ tall x 3″ wide Excellent […]

Catalina Orange Plate

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Catalina Island Pottery, Avalon, CA  1927-1937 Bright orange glaze has a glossy finish on this vintage dinner plate.  We also have a green one in this size. 9  1/4″ wide Great condition; signed Qty = 1 $40   

Catalina Vintage Saucers

On November 17, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Catalina Island Pottery, Avalon, CA  1927-1937 Vintage Catalina saucers have bright orange glossy glazing. 6″ wide Great condition; signed Qty = 7 $30 each  

Hillside Decorated Hanging Pot

On November 10, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Hillside Pottery, Los Angeles, CA  mid teens – 1940’s Vintage hanging Hillside pot is decorated with small mosaic tiles and made with thick, grainy cement.  It is drill for drainage and has 2 openings in the top rim to hang with rope or metal.   (Scott not included in price)!! 17″ tall x 11″ wide […]

Hillside Vintage Drip Pot

On November 10, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Hillside Pottery, Los Angeles, CA  mid teens – 1940’s This vintage cement pot resembles Hillside’s flame pot.   If one would imagine this was made upside down, then it looks like ‘drips’ of cement running down the sides.    It has a 4″ crack that shouldn’t be problematic if something slow growing is planted.   […]

Hillside Pottery Assortment

On November 10, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Hillside Pottery, Los Angeles, CA   mid-teens – 1940’s Here’s a collection of garden ware molded in cement, some inlaid with small mosaic tile patterns.    A wide variety of pieces were made and are still popular today.    Contact us for specifics.  

Pots from Garden City

On November 9, 2016, in Garden Ware, Pottery, by nancy

Garden City Pottery, San Jose, CA  1902-1979 We have a large assortment of Garden City flower pots, garden pots, florist vases etc.  If you’re looking for something specific, contact us as not all pieces are shown here.    

Louis Ipsen/Jim Johnson Assortment

On October 29, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Bauer, Los Angeles, CA  1909-1962 This  collection of hand-thrown vases and bowls were made by Louis Ipsen, who joined Bauer in 1913 as a designer and modeler and Jim Johnson, who later joined Bauer.   The rich glazes of deep green and blue are very collectible.   Contact us for more photos or info. $125-425  […]