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VINTAGE MCCOY OVEN WARE Nesting Bowls Set 6-7-8-12 blue /pink Band. See pictures for condition and dimensions.
The base is impressed with the smaller “fiesta HLC USA” mark.
Set Of 2 Vintage Blue Willow Ware #30 #36 Mixing Pudding Bowls Made in England. Bowls are in good condition, but do show signs of use. Please see pictures for more details. Height – 4.25. Height – 3.75. Diameter – 5.25.
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This vintage set of four McCoy nesting mixing bowls is perfect for any occasion. The round, beige bowls with pink and blue stripes/bands add a touch of farmhouse style to your kitchen. Made of hand-painted clay, these bowls are a beautiful example of art pottery. They are vintage,, and certainly have imperfections. The set includes four bowls, measuring 6, 8, 10, and 12 inches in diameter. Please note that only one of these is marked McCoy and the others have similar markings, so please look very very closely. These bowls are perfect for any collector or lover of primitive themes. Add this beautiful bowl set to your kitchen today!
Scarce 12-inch American Antique Yellow Ware 5 Banded Bowl Mocha Cream Bands. This vintage American-made 5-banded bowl is a rare find for collectors of antique pottery. This late 19th century yellow ware bowl is 11.75-inch diameter and has strong yellow color with charming slip banding. 2 bands are mocha color and the three in the middle are a cream color. Height is 5.25 inches. The charming yellow ware bowl has 2 chips on rim. Use marks on interior. A small, raised area on side interior of bowl that was done in the firing. Great color and size! Please view all the photos! Please take a look at many new items added daily. Antique porcelain, English and French china, porcelain and ceramics, silver, sterling, antique glass, estate items, antique and vintage collectibles.
Here we have an absolutely stunning white-bodied sugar bowl with its lid. In the bowl and lid glaze you can see deep red, brown, blue and white glaze applied to the outside allowing it to flow creating this beautiful marbled agate decoration. The sugar has an attractive recessed foot and applied handles. The domed lid has an easy to hold button knob handle. On the widest part of the outside of the bowl there are small spots where this sugar rubbed against another sugar resulting in glaze loss before this was fired in the kiln. This was covered with clear glaze in the final firing. Measuring 6″ across the rim by 5 ¾” in height to the top of the handle on the lid, this is in. Original mint condition with no post production damage or repairs. Both the lid and bowl and rings like a bell when you tap them. The underside of the recessed foot is stamped “SARREGUEMINES”. This was a French pottery founded in 1790, they were to France what Wedgwood was to England. This is an extremely rare mocha decorated signed sugar and any advanced collector would be pleased to add to their collection.
This vintage David Cressey Gourmet Ware stoneware bowl/planter is a true masterpiece. Crafted with meticulous detail, the bowl’s color palette consists of warm earth tones. Its unique shape and textured surface add a captivating touch. In very good condition with no chips or cracks. X 3 1/2h. Marked on underside “USA – 227″. Vintage David Cressey Gourmet Ware Architectural Stoneware Pottery Bowl Planter. (If you are picking up in person, item can be paid in cash). We take extreme care in making sure your item arrives in the same described condition. We are “Green” friendly using new materials produced from recyled sources. The items we sell are vintage and considered used and should be expected to have a level of normal wear from age and usage. We make it a point to note anything more than average wear in the description. All text describing items and photographs for sale are copyrighted and may not be used in anyway without the written consent of Area Modern. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Condition Is Good, See Images Carefully. Images Are It’S Own Description. Vintage Mochaware Bowl Pearlware Staffordshire English Pottery Blue Rims Decorative. Size Is 7 Inches Wide, And 5 Inches Tall From Surface. No Chip And Cracks.
This is a vintage Fiesta Ware #4 mixing bowl in the ivory color made by Homer Laughlin. The first 5 fiesta ware colors were introduced in late 1935 early 1936. This bowl has the bottom inner rings so it was made from 1936 until early 1938 only. The later production bowls (mid 1938) has a smooth bottom with no rings. The bowl is about 5 5/16th inches tall and about 7 11 /16th inches across This piece is in very good used condition for its age. There are no cracks, crazing, or repairs that I can see. There is one pin head sized nip on the outside edge of the rim as shown in the photos. There are five pinhead sized glaze pops on the inside of the bowl as shown in the photos. I can not find any utensil marks when I inspected the bowl. The foots glaze skips as shown that was most likely caused by contact with the resting surface before the glaze was dry. The piece is well marked. I took a lot of photos to show all the details and are part of the description. Please review the photos, they are part of the description. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. I’m in the process of downsizing my years of collecting. I’ll be listing several items in the next couple of weeks that need new homes. Thank you for looking and check out my other items! I package all items in recycled peanuts and bubble wrap. All items are well protected. I will be responsible to file all breakage claims and paperwork. Save all items (Including packing material, box, and items broken and unbroken) you may be required to present them during the filing the claim with the post office. I will notify you when the process is complete so that you can dispose of the unwanted items and packing material. Satisfaction is number 1. If there is a problem please contact me to work it out. As you can tell by my feedback I do not misrepresent items intentionally. I will make good on my errors.