Brush Vintage Majolica Vases

On December 31, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Brush Pottery, Zanesville, OH  1925-1982 These vases were first introduced in 1926 when the company achieved their Majolica glazing technique.   The vases have a molded floral motif and tall neck.  Selling individually; we have duplicates of some of these. 4  1/4″ tall Great condition Qty = 2 each $125 each  

Majolica Candlesticks by Brush Pottery

On December 30, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Brush Pottery, Zanesville, OH  1925-1982 Created in 1926, the Majolica line was the result of a complicated glazing process.  Here are two pairs of candlestick holders, with dazzling Majolica glazing.   One set is primarily brown and blue; the second set is blue and yellow.  Sold individually (not necessarily in pairs). 3″ tall x 3 […]

Vintage Ceramic Ashtray Assortment

On December 28, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Here are some of the vintage ceramic ashtrays we have right now.  There are a variety of pottery companies represented here:   Bauer, CALCO, Craftily, Malibu and Pewabic.  Contact us for more photos and details.    Sizes and prices vary.  

RARE Malibu Pitcher 1926

On December 27, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Malibu Potteries, Malibu, CA  1926-1932 This very rare, possibly one-of-a-kind pitcher was made in 1926 for the Rindge family, owners of Malibu Potteries.   The glossy brown has a green over glaze resulting in a beautiful surface.  This was hand thrown with an applied handle.    A wonderful piece of history for any collector! 6″ […]

Ruffled Bowls by Matt Carlton

On December 27, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Bauer Potteries, Los Angeles, CA  1909-1962 Here are two hand-thrown vintage Bauer bowls with hand-formed ruffled edges.   Matt Carlton was one of the many talented throwers and glazers employed by Bauer during its long history. 6″ wide x 3″ tall Excellent condition Qty = 1 each color shown $150 each  

Bauer Candle Holders

On December 23, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Bauer Pottery, Los Angeles, CA  1909-1962 Bright glossy glazes cover this selection of Bauer vintage candle stick holders.   If looking for a pair, just ask as we have more in most colors.   Matt Carlton made these and they come in 3 sizes.   We have the two larger sizes and the black and […]

Southwest Style Pitcher

On December 22, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Unknown pottery maker This ceramic pitcher has been etched with details indicative of the Southwest.   A man in a sombrero is taking a siesta under a flowering tree, there are cacti and other desert vegetation.   The handle and spout, as well as the top and bottom, are also decorated.   Rich, matte blue […]

Tudor Vintage Vase

On December 21, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Tudor Tiles, Los Angeles, CA  1927-1939 Although this company mainly focused on tile making, we sometimes come across their pottery.   This miniature vase has matte blue glaze with some mottled green.  It has two little handles and rings around the bottom. 3  3/4″ tall x 2  1/4″ at its widest Excellent condition Qty = […]

Saturday Evening Girls Signed Plate

On December 15, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Saturday Evening Girls, Boston, MA  1908-1942 Antique plate is evenly glazed with matte teal.   Although not as sought after as their decorated pieces, it is still desirable.  Artist signed and dated October 1917. 8  1/4″ wide Great condition; signed Qty = 1 $65  

Arequipa Matte Green Vase

On December 15, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Arequipa Pottery, Fairfax, CA  1911-1957 Matte green glazing covers this tall vintage vase.   There is an uneven texture mixed with the smooth surface.   During this pottery’s history, skilled ceramists were employed, including Frederick H. Rhead and Louis M. Solon. 9″ tall Very good condition; signed.   Has a tiny top edge chip and […]

UND Vintage Bowl

On December 15, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND  1910-1967 Glossy black glaze covers this small vintage bowl made by the School of Mines at UND.  Glossy black is hard to photograph so there are some reflections from the lighting.  Those are not chips. 4  1/2″ wide x 2″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $150 […]

Rose Cabat Tall Vase

On December 7, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Since her death, Rose Cabat’s pottery has become more sought after and valuable.  This hand-thrown tall vase has stunning, mottled glazes in warm shades of brown, beige and off white.   Thick glaze pools at the bottom and has both matte and glossy finishes.   Check our […]

Small Cabat Vase-Early

On December 7, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Another wonderful example from the talented Rose Cabat.   Small vase has a rustic texture and matte glaze colors.   Small neck has a ‘dent’ that is not a chip; it is glazed over. 2  1/2″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $450    

Early Cabat Vase

On December 7, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Here is an early vase from Rose Cabat with earthy glaze colors.  It was hand thrown and the sides have been pushed in.  Notice all the intricate details around the vase.   A beautiful piece! 6  1/4″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $900  

Miniature Cabat Vase

On December 7, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Rose Cabat Pottery, Tucson, AZ  1940’s – 2015 Tiny hand-thrown vase has a mix of glossy and matte glazes.    Ridges from Rose’s wheel can be seen on this little gem. 2  1/4″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = 1 $250  

Brayton Laguna Pitcher Collection

On December 2, 2016, in Pottery, by nancy

Brayton Laguna Pottery, Laguna Beach, CA  1927-1968 Who can not love these colorful hand-made pitchers from Brayton’s early years?!  They are all very charming in their own way.  Contact us for specifics.  The maroon pitcher has a factory flaw from the kiln. 2″ tall to 7″ tall Excellent condition; signed Qty = as shown $160 […]

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