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Ceramics 6, Item type. Shipping Options. Item Ships From. Search Locations. Search Materials. Place of Origin. Search Creators. Joseph Skoby is a Southern Californian whose work is inspired by the nature of his native state. His ceramics, created in his own lush garden, recall his intimate dance with the ocea View Full Details. Important Dame Lucie Rie footed porcelain bowl, circa Exceedingly charming ceramic 'Busto di Bambino' in the Italian Renaissance style.

With the blue and white glaze typical of artist Andrea Della Robbia, this bust is modeled after the This ceramic chain by Taylor Kibby is made of hand rolled and linked clay.

This piece is a mix of porcelain and red clay was fired at cone 10 in order to fuse the two materials. Category 21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art. Taylor Kibby, Ceramic Chain.

This French picnic basket for four was made to last with quality construction and stylish details. Beautifully handcrafted using full reed willow and genuine leather straps, the ba Art Deco brown and cream, French ceramic vase. Unusual and quite compelling American midcentury glazed stoneware geometric sculpture signed and dated Raw stoneware, a little glaze and some cobalt and iron were the standardConfirm Close.

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If you have any suggestions or problems with these sites functionality please let me know by posting it on the community forum or by filling out the contact form. Thanks for visiting! Updates - My new Blog about Plus a section to shop coming soon. On the menu to the left, there is a page named pottery values that may be able to help track down some information about it.

There are many useful tips and tricks in helping to determine who manufactured a piece and, probably more importantly what it is worth.Antique French Pottery Jug with Handle. Certainly, one of our more unusual pieces of Antique French pottery and it appears that the handle has never been repaired, as is typical. Petite in stature and glazed in a soft buff View Full Details.

French Pottery Jug with Handle with Lid. French pottery jug with a non-broken handle and still complete with its original lid. Looks to be circa s and adds a nice touch of French Provence color to any room.

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Country French Terracotta Pottery Jug. A 19th century earthenware pottery jug from the Southwest of France with traditional ochre yellow glaze. This unusual terracotta pot has six handles up the sides and was used to stor H 16 in. W 11 in. English painted small creamware pottery jug, circa The cylindrical jug has a double reeded loop handle with leaf terminals. Below the spout is a painted scene of two co Antique French pottery jug, with handle and finished in a beautiful mustard ochre color.

No prior repairs or any required. A vintage studio pottery jug made at Avoncroft Pottery by Geoffrey Whiting. The stoneware handled jug is of rounded bulbous shape and is decorated with abstract tenmoku designs over Antique French pottery jug with handle in a gorgeous rich ochre color.

Have to say, that it is not very often that one shows up with a lid and although the color seems to match, I wo H 10 in. French antique pottery jug with a small spout and two handles in a most unusual color. The extremely dark green is exquisite and the only such example we have ever owned.

Looks to be D 17 in. Dated Creamware Jug, Leeds, A documentary jug, decorated with transfer prints and enameling, dated and inscribed for Samuel Chaunton. Unmarked, but this class of dated creamware with enameled prints belongs to Dm 6 in. The large creamware jug decorated on each side with W 10 in. A stylish vintage British studio pottery jug by renowned potter Jane Hamlyn and made at Millfield Pottery near Doncaster. The large jug has a barrel shaped body with moulded ribbed hHome Maintenance.

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Ohio Pottery Pitcher. The circa pitcher is an example of Ohio art pottery, and was probably made by Roseville as a copy of Rookwood pottery's standard glaze. If the piece is signed, its value will increase. Look in the decoration for the artist's name or initials and, perhaps, the company. Unfortunately, collectors don't covet brown-glazed patterns as much as they do other hues. Blue Stoneware Jar. Imported European salt-glazed stoneware pottery items were common in America's earliest settlements.

German-made 17th- 18th- and 19th-century utilitarian household wares, including mugs, tankards, and storage jars, were heavily traded with the English and the Americans. Your example is a 19th-century stoneware jar that was used to store foods that needed to be kept cool.

Charles Schiller. Dutch Earthenware Vase. The Franz Anton Mehlem factory produced this highly intricate earthenware vase. Royal Bonn is the trade name and Old Dutch is the line of pottery, which is reminiscent of early French faience or Dutch Delft pottery.

This decorative vase was meant to hold a single or double stem of flowers. Stoneware Jug. Stoneware pottery was an ideal container for liquids because it is not porous. Note the circular opening at the base of the jar in the unglazed portion, where the liquid was drained. Much of the jug is covered with a dark brown glaze. Collectors covet and pay high prices for stoneware pottery with graphic and bold images, especially in cobalt. Utilitarian pieces are not as desirable and, therefore, not as valuable, although the size of this piece is significant.

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