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HISTORY/MARKS: William Harry Grindley founded his pottery at the Newfield Pottery in 1880 at Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Alfred Clough, Ltd bought the pottery in 1970 renaming it in 1978 to Grindley on Stokes.
Set of three bowls from Polish artist Marek Cecula, late 20th century. These bowls feature notches in the rim to hold chopsticks. Small bowls are 5.5″ in diameter, 3″ tall. The large bowl is 7.5″ in diameter, 4″ tall.
VINTAGE MCCOY OVEN WARE Nesting Bowls Set 6-7-8-12 blue /pink Band. See pictures for condition and dimensions.
This set of four-piece ceramic bowls, four salad plates, and four dinner plates features an elegant Francesca pattern in black and white. Perfect for all occasions, this vintage original set includes 12 handcrafted pieces with a modern style. The set includes 12 items, all depicting a female theme and production style of art pottery. The set is in great condition.
Triangular bowls: 7″ wide x 7″ deep x 2.5 tall (at the highest point).
Stunning and elegant set of 8 Haviland porcelain soup bowls with wide hand painted gold band and monogram. A few areas of light wear to gold but minimal. Marked on the base with the green Haviland France mark used from 1893 to 1930′s.
Lot Of 4 MCM Vintage Kathy Kale Pottery Royal Dutch Serving Nesting Bowls. These are the quintessential MCM decor pieces. Each bowl is handcrafted. There is crazing, but no cracks. One chip on the base of the third largest bowl, see last picture.
VTG Louis Mideke piece. We just obtained multiple Mideke pieces from an avid collector.
Crafted from ceramic, this round bowl set features the iconic Art Deco style and multicolor pattern that Fiestaware is known for. Perfect for all occasions, this bowl set is a must-have for any collector. Each bowl in this original mid 20th-century set is handmade with art pottery production technique and is stamped with the Fiesta product line.
Pair VTG Studio Art Pottery Bowls Blue with Owl Detail Handmade Signed Two w/Spoon. Very special and lovely pair of bowls with owl and spoon. Gorgeous periwinkle blue subtle glaze. Each bowl measures approximately 5 1/4″ across 3″ high. The spoon measure 4 1/2′ long. Charming and very beautiful. Comes with a twist handle pottery spoon, which I do not believe is original, as the glaze is shiny, not matte as are the bowls. The bowls are in very good condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The spoon has a chip on the underside of the bowl. Signed Bramman or Brannam. These bowls are heavy and substantial. Birds Forest Natural World England.