$89.00A beautiful Art Deco period Hull Pottery vase in the Wildflower pattern with hand-tinted floral motif, it is comprised of Trillium, Misson and Bluebell, and adorns this gorgeous two-tone pastel colored vase featuring those famous “winged” handles. The bottom is marked W-9 indicating this to be the reintroduction of this popular mold issued between 1946-1948, it was originally introduced in 1942 and ran until the following year only to be brough back a few years later do to its intense popularity.
$115.00A wonderful Mid Century Modern Roseville Pottery planter vase Circa 1950s, executed in sandalwood yellow, it has nice clean lines with a slight ripple wave design to outer front area.
$69.00A lovely small white hard paste porcelain bowl hand decorated with a gold band and poppies, referred to as the "Tomascheko Poppy Border". The bowl has a scalloped rim and bottom both also decorated in gold.
$59.00A lovely small white hard paste porcelain bowl hand decorated with gold embossed flowers, each flower bloom is further highlighted with a touch of pink and surrounds the entire outside. The bowl is further highlighted with gold trim along the edges, having a scalloped rim and resting on a scalloped base.
$1,995.00A beautiful Ott & Brewer Belleek porcelain pitcher with a stylized lily bud handle and hand painted pink lotus blooms across the front, the leaves are hand applied gold paste with gold accent throughout all on a matte ivory ground. This pitcher is among the more rare variety and just stunning on display.
$119.00A beautiful California poppy decorated porcelain charger plate hand painted in soft shades of orange and green. This gorgeous plate is what is referred to as home studio art, executed on what is a probably a German or French porcelain blank purchased or given to a decorator of the time. there is a possible number or marking impressed in bottom but its to difficult to make out.
$69.00A beautiful poppy pattern decorated porcelain cake plate hand painted in soft shades of orange and green. This gorgeous plate is what is referred to as home studio art, executed on what is a probably a German or French porcelain blank purchased or given to a decorator of the time. It was a common practice during the late 1800s thru the 1930s for women to work on commission for porcelain distributors in America.