Porcelain and Pottery

Rare October Sweet Apple Cider Crock

This crock is in fine condition with no chips or cracks. It measures almost 11″ tall. The sides read “Drink October Sweet Apple Cider”  “Good to the Core”. Missing lid.


Art Pottery Brushware Bulb Bowl with Jonquils, Green Glaze

This is such a pretty bulb bowl.  Probably made by Robinson Ransbottom fom Ohio, the matte finish is known as brushware.  This bowl has pretty jonquils, a form of daffodil, all around the edge and has a great green glaze on the interior.  This piece dates to the 1930s or 40s. The piece is in…read more


1910s Copeland Spode Chelsea pattern platter

This is a lovely 17 inch rectangular serving platter with cornered edges in the Chelsea pattern by Copeland Spode.  It has a beautiful pale yellow border with floral design and a wonderful bird and landscape scene in the center.  It is clearly marked with the Copeland Spode mark on the reverse, as well as an…read more


Large Copper Lustre Pitcher

This pitcher has great form and unusual hand painted decoration.  It is in perfect condition.  It stands 8″ high.


1840s Albany Stoneware Jug, John Brickner cobalt mark

This is a nice early stoneware piece from Albany, made by John Brickner, who worked in Albany from 1844-1847 and was located at 22 Washington Street. The jug has a nice patina with a matte salt glaze finish. It is undecorated, but does have Brickner’s name and address stamped on the side with cobalt staining…read more


Pair of Pottery Vases circa 1910

These vases have the most beautiful glaze, it is iridescent and the most beautiful blue. There is a mark on the bottom, which I can’t decipher, but I believe they are probably French.  The photograph does not do these justice. They are in excellent condition.


Early Soft Paste Bowl with Great Leaf and Flower Design, c. 1830-1840s

We just love the design on this bowl!  It is a large soup bowl with deep bowl, scalloping on the edge and fantastic painted design of leaves and flowers, with a black, grey, green and purple design. The bowl measures 10 inches in diameter and is in very good shape, with no cracks or chips.


Large late 19th Century Minton Platter

this is a large 19 inch x 15 inch platter from the late 19th century. Brown and white Transferware with a bird and floral art noveau aesthetic motif. In excellent condition with no chips or cracks and only very minor crazing on one edge


Wedgwood brown transfer Seaweed pattern soup tureen with underplate, c. 1883

This is just beautiful!  A Wedgwood brown transferware covered soup tureen with underplate in the Seaweed pattern, c. 1883.  This pattern is an all over design of seaweed, which is on the cover, tureen and underplate.  Both the tureen and the underplate are marked on the bottom with the WEDGWOOD impressed mark; a photo of…read more


Early Pink Lusterware Cup and Saucer

An early 19th century pink luster handleless cup with deep saucer. Fruit and floral pattern. Cup is 4 inches in diameter and 2 1/2 inches tall. Saucer is nearly 6 inches in diameter. Marked on the bottom of the saucer “fruit N H”. Excellent condition.


Six French Transferware Plates with Bicycle Theme

a set of six 19th century Transferware plates with pink floral borders and bicycle themed illustrations on the plate. Captions below each illustration are in French. Marked on the back with the Crell et Montereau mark. Plates are 8 1/2 inches in diameter. One plate had a small chip on the back which does not…read more


Maddock and Sons English Polychrome Platter

a beautiful 19th century English platter marked Maddock and Sons. Circa 1880. 16 inches by 12 inches. Great floral design with vivid colors. Some crazing. Excellent condition.


Roseville Baneda Console Bowl

A Roseville Baneda Handled Console Bowl. 11 inches long x 7 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches tall. No mark on the bottom, would have had a paper label. Excellent condition. Rare middle period pattern circa 1939.


William Morecroft Large Vase

A beautiful dark blue floral vase by William Morecroft. 11 inches tall. Signed with the Morecroft mark and WM in the bottom. Some crazing on the bottom but nowhere else on the vase. Excellent condition. No chips or cracks.


Pink lustre and sprigware design ironstone teapot c. 1870

This is a very pretty teapot, with sprigware and cobalt design, with pink lustre trim.   The spout and handle have great trim.  The teapot is in great shape,with only one bit of damage to the lid-it is missing one of its little curlicues.  But otherwise, there are no chips, cracks or staining.


Minton tile, William Wise Farm Life Series, Mountain Sheep 1870s

A great black and white Minton transferware tile from the 1870s.  Part of a series designed by William Wise, known as the Farm Life series, this tile depicts mountain sheep in a field. The tile is marked MINTONS CHINA WORKS STOKE ON TRENT on the reverse, along with Minton’s globe mark. The tile is in…read more


Redware Turk’s Head pattern pudding mold from Lancaster PA area

This is a great Turk’s Head design redware pudding mold. Dating to mid to late 19th century, it originally came from the Lancaster, PA area. This mold has been used, as can be seen by the glaze wear on the interior ridges and the base. There are no cracks; there is one early chip on…read more


8 Piece Austrian Fish Set

An 8 piece fish set consisting of a large fish platter (20 inches by 9 inches); 6 service plates (8 1/2 inches each), with 3 different fish designs; and a fast- stand sauce boat. Each piece is marked with a royal Austrain round mark with a crown.


Weller Louwelsa Pitcher

A Weller Louwelsa pitcher. Four inches tall and six-and-a-half inches wide. Beautifully painted with a honey suckle design. Excellent condition. Marked as shown.


Royal Bonn Hand Painted Vase

A Royal Bonn Hand-painted handled vase. 10 inches tall. Excellent condition. Marked on the bottom as shown.


Wedgwood Majolica Pitcher

A Wedgwood Majolica Pitcher in a grape and leaf design. Nine inches tall and approximately eight inches wide from handle to spout. Marked on the bottom as shown.


Set of 12 Brown & White Transferware Plates

Set of 12 dinner or luncheon plates in the Tillenberg pattern manufactured by Ridgeway Pottery. The plates measure 9 inches in diameter. Brown and white transferware with a center scene and beautiful floral border. A relatively early 19th century pattern for Ridgeway. All plates in excellent condition. No chips, cracks, or staining.


Roseville Dalirose Urn Vase

A Roseville Dalirose pattern urn vase. Approximately 7 inches tall and 8 inches wide. In excellent condition. A beautiful early pattern.


1830s Copper Luster Pitcher

1830s pink and copper luster pitcher. 6 inches tall and 7 inches wide including the handle. Excellent condition.