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Vintage Pigeon Forge Pottery Lava Glaze Bowl Brown Atomic Burst Ridge D Ferguson. Used but great condition. No chips or cracks. There’s a hole in the center. It may be used as a candle holder. There is some what looks like discoloring on top. See last picture for reference. I’m unsure if this was made while manufactured or not. Douglas Ferguson and his wife Ruth founded Pigeon Forge Pottery in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee in 1946. They organized their business so the pottery produced there would be high quality. At one point they employed 12 potters who would cast, glaze and fire stock items.
VTG Louis Mideke piece. We just obtained multiple Mideke pieces from an avid collector.
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VINTAGE ROSEVILLE POTTERY BROWN PINECONE CONSOLE BOWL SHAPE 322-12 PLANTER READ. Please see photos there is one chip on the top rim, but still a very beautifully displayed piece.
Elk Hollow Pottery Footed Brown Bowl Unique + Beautiful. Very beautiful and sleek.
Mid Century Ceramic Dip Platter 4 Compartments Orange Brown Gold Lazy Susan 60s-70′s Platter Large Vintage Ceramic Serving Platter Lazy Susan. Look at the colors of this beauty!!!! Classic 60s -70′s gold, orange and brown. There is a small chip on the underside of the lip. The glaze is stunning. Please note that vintage items are old and in most cases used. There may be imperfections that are not mentioned.
Antique Ridgway Indus Pattern compote or footed bowl is in excellent antique condition. Glaze is even, no wear spots, no cracks, chips, or scratches. Light shelf wear on the bottom edge you expect to see in antique transferware. Wonderful aesthetic period transferware, featuring pheasants and hummingbirds. If you have any questions, please ask!
1979 Vintage Glazed Pottery Pot Serving Bowl with Lid Casserole Dish Blue Brown.
This is a Vintage Brown Heath Pottery Bowl with lid. On the bottom of the bowl. The name Heath is Impressed. The bowl is 7 1/4″ in diameter and is 2 3/4″ tall. The lid can actually stand on its own to use.
Vtg Louis Mideke Studio Pottery.