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Art Pottery

Footed “broken egg” vase

This is a very attractive 3-footed vase in the shape of a broken egg. The background color is a soothing turquoise, and the design is of purple flower sprays with white centers and edging and green leaves. Additional single flowers are gold, as are the designs on the legs and the rim of the vase. The piece stands 6" high and is 4" in diameter at its widest point and 2-3/4" in diameter at its mouth. Unmarked and in perfect condition: no chips, cracks, crazing, or discoloration. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Unusual 2-piece vase/planter

This is a highly unusual vase/planter, not only because of its size and shape, but also because the large elongated bowl perches on a separate square base. The colors are quite attractive, being a marbly, drippy design in shades of deep turquoise, dusky green, brown, gray, and black. Both pieces have a 246 on their bottoms, but the base’s number is followed by a smaller 0 that is raised like a degree sign. The vase is 5-1/4" x 12" x 3" tall. The base is a 3-3/4" square rising to a 1-3/4" diameter top, but the knob that fits into the vase is only 7/8" in diameter and a scant 1/8" tall. Together, both pieces stand 4-3/4" high. Frankly, the perch is somewhat precarious since the top of the base and the bottom of the bowl are both very shallow. Some hot glue might be in order for purposes of stability, but that’s your call, not mine! It’s possible that a previous owner unsuccessfully tried this because the base of the vase has a brown ring that looks like it might be old dry glue. Both pieces are in perfect condition, with no chips, cracks, or crazing. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Weller Hudson vase

This lovely cylindrical vase is a prime example of Weller’s Hudson line, first created in 1917 at their pottery works in Zanesville, OH. It has the classic slightly raised hand-painted florals on a shaded matte background of blue and cream. With the cream color at the bottom, you get the optical illusion that this 8-1/2" tall vase slightly tapers upward, but it’s actually a true 3-1/4" diameter cylinder from the bottom to the top. The front has one pink and one white blossom with leaves and a trailing vine. Another vine trails around the top, ending with one blue flower on the back. Inscribed with the Weller block letters on its base, this vase is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, or crazing. There are a few of the normal minor glaze imperfections that you can’t see, but can feel when you critically run your fingers over the vase and one scratch on the back rim. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $300.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Nippon hand-painted vase

This beautiful two-handled hand-painted Nippon vase is quite tall (9-1/2") and quite heavy. The lovely floral design is oriental in feel and done in a multitude of soft whites, pinks, blues, purples, greens, and grays, with a black vine and touches of gold on the flowers. The handles are gold, and the top and bottom borders are gold and deep red. Diameters are 4-1/2" at the base, 5-1/4” at the widest point, and 3-3/4" at the mouth. The blue mark on the bottom is a flower petal with “Nippon” below and “Hand Painted” to the right. As you probably already know, Nippon porcelain was made in Japan from 1891-1921, after which all Japanese items exported into the U.S. had to be marked “Japan”. Not surprising for a vase that’s over 80 years old, the gold is a little worn on both handles and on the mouth, but there are no chips, cracks, or crazing. There is, however, some discoloring on the underside of the neck, and a narrow 1" long mark at the bottom of one side that is rough to the touch (see photo). This can’t be seen when displaying the vase from either the front or the back, but our price reflects both the gold wear and the damage. If perfect, this piece would easily sell for much more. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $250.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Delft bud vase

This is a vintage 8-1/2" tall porcelain and brass (?) bud vase marked “Hand Painted Delft Holland” on the bottom. The porcelain portion has a marbled robin’s egg blue, brown, and black design, and the collar and long slender neck is bright gold colored metal with two sets of double incised bands. The diameters are 3" at the widest point, 1-1/2" at the base, and 7/8" at the mouth. Very good condition: no chips, cracks, crazing, or dents. One tiny wear mark at the base of the metal collar and definite wear to the base of the vase. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Figural Czech double bud vase

This pretty bird with a yellow body tipped in brown, blue head, and a red breast sits on a small green-brown branch behind which are two larger branches that form the double bud vase. The piece stands 5" tall, with a 2-3/4” x 3" base. The circular red stamp on the bottom is almost completely worn away, but I’ve seen other vases exactly like this one that say they were made in Czechoslovakia in the 1930's. Ours is in good condition, with only one chip on the underside of the bird’s beak and three hairline cracks inside the largest branch that do not go through to the exterior. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Pair of figural ceramic wall plaques

If you’re a world traveler and/or like to decorate with an international flare, you’ll love this vintage pair of figural ceramic wall plaques. They look like Middle Eastern sultans with their elaborate head dresses, and I can just imagine them leading camel caravans along the old trade routes across the desert. Obviously hand painted, the artist went to a great deal of time and effort, resulting in extraordinary colors and detail. The right-facing one is 6-1/2" tall x 4-1/2" wide x 2" deep. The left-facing one is 7-1/2" tall x 5" wide x 2-1/4" deep. Both are in perfect condition, with no chips, cracks, or crazing. There are two holes in the back of each figure for hanging on the wall. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h


  only 1 pair available


Pair of green hexagonal vases

These heavy old hexagonal pottery vases are a mottled deep forest green color with touches of light brown. They have a different floral design on each of their six sides and a decorative border encircling their mouths. The green glazed portion stops about 3/8" from the bottom, revealing the raw pottery. The bottoms are unglazed and unmarked. They stand 3-1/2" tall with 2-1/4" diameter mouths and hexagonal bases that are 2-3/4" across, flaring out to 3-3/4" across at the widest point. These vases have a definite rustic feel and are in perfect condition, with no chips, cracks, crazing. The unglazed interiors are very dark thanks to age and use, and are rough to the touch. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Haeger planter #3787

This attractive dark green pottery planter is Haeger’s 3787 octagonal design, consisting of four large slightly concave panels with four deeply concave corners. As you probably know, Haeger Potteries is an all-American success story. Founded in 1871 as the Dundee Brickyard in Dundee, IL by German immigrant David H. Haeger, the company immediately became known for the bricks and tile they made for Midwestern cities and towns, particularly those used to rebuild Chicago after the great fire in October of 1871. However, David Haeger and his son Edmund wanted to design and produce art pottery and began making small earthenware pots for wholesale and retail sale. After David died in 1900, Edmund continued experimenting with ever more sophisticated designs and glazes, changed the company name to Haeger Potteries, and produced Haeger’s first artware in 1914. The rest, as they say, is history! Still in business today under the leadership of Alexandra Haeger Estes, great-granddaughter of its founder, Haeger Potteries is one of the few remaining large-scale American manufacturers of industrial artware, and justifiably proud of their tradition of fine craftsmanship, quality, value, and customer satisfaction for over 135 years. Our planter stands 5" tall, measuring 8" across at its rim and 5-7/8" across at its base. Bottom is marked “Haeger 3787 U.S.A.” Superior condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Light usage scuffing on the bottom and a few glaze pops associated with this vintage pottery. See our companion planter listed immediately below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $18.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Haeger planter #3786

This is our smaller companion planter to the one listed immediately above. It, too, is dark green, of the same octagonal design, and stands 5" tall. It measures 6-7/8" across at its rim and 4-3/4" across at its base. Bottom is marked “Haeger 3786 U.S.A.” We have two of these pretty planters and price is for each. Both are in superior condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Light usage scuffing on the bottoms and a few glaze pops associated with these vintage pottery pieces. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 each + s/h


  only 2 available


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