Featuring vintage Watt Pottery.
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Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio. 8 1/2 inches across and 5 5/8 deep. This is the largest of the 3 graduated set.
We have the other two listed if you want to take advantage of our multiple item discount.
Marked "Oven Ware USA 65."
Condition: Excellent, no scratches, clean and usable. Tiny chip on the backside of the rim as shown. Light crazing.
Large display pieces. The pitcher is 11 inches tall. The wash bowl is 11 1/2 inches wide. Made in Italy. Decorative use only.
Condition: No damage.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950-60s. Marked "Oven Ware USA 73."
9 3/8 inches across, about 3 7/8 high.
Condition: Very nice but it does crazing.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950s-60s. Hand painted under glaze. Marked "Oven Ware USA 63." 6.25 inches wide, 4.25 inches high.
Condition: Shiny and clean, not scratched or worn. Very little crazing. Tiny pin prick size chip on the rim.
Antique Copper Luster Pitcher peach color floral banded
16 ounce size, 4 1/2 inches tall. Circa 1800 according to Collector's Encyclopedia of English China by Mary Frank Gaston. Please see page 58.
Pretty shape handle with thumb rest. The color band is peach. Sorry it is hard to get the camera to pick up the true color.
Condition: No chips or cracks. Of course it is worn, it is antique.
Decorative Pottery Fruit Food Molds Set of 4
In Grape, Apple, Corn, and Pear. They have a hole for hanging but they could be used for jelly or molded salad. They are each 5 by 3 7/8 inches.
Made by Chatham Potteries of New Jersey 1941-1976, they are not marked. (Thanks to an ebay member for identifying the maker.)
Condition: No damage at all.
Dark brown glaze on a tree bark pattern. 6.5, 4.5, and 2.5 inches tall. For juice, syrup, and melted butter. Marked Gibson, made in England.
Condition: Excellent, very clean and usable. No crazing or other damage.
5 litter or 1.32 gallon size cider tureen with lid with 8 cups. Post 1949 mark "Made in Germany, Gerz seit 1862" and 5L. Castle and grapes on cobalt blue.
The tureen is 8 1/4 inches tall not counting the lid. The mugs are 3 3/4 inches tall. Also very heavy.
Condition: No damage but it has some crazing. Very usable.
Set of 2 pottery liquor bottles or decanters. 8 inches tall. Commenorative 1775-1950. We assume they were made in or around 1950.
Made by NV Koninklijke Plateelbakkerij, Zuid, Holland. Marked Gouda.
Condition: No cracks or chips. 3 white pecks. One has crazing.
Watt Pottery pitcher from Crooksville Ohio. Beautifully painted red apple under the glaze.
6 3/8 inches tall to the spout. Almost 1 1/2 quarts.
Condition: Excellent and very usable. It does have crazing.
Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio hand painted under glaze so the painting are just as pretty today as ever.
The rooster pattern is a darling for country charm.
Only 5 1/2 inches to the tip of the spout. Holds about 2 cups comfortably.
Condition: Very excellent. Small spot of crazing back side bottom as you can see in the picture of the mark.
Maddocks Lamberton Works of Trenton NJ. Victorian from turn of the 20th century. (See The Trenton City Museum)
Featuring true green floral transfer on a thick snow white glaze.
The pot is 10 1/2 across the handle by 9 inches deep and 5 3/8 high without the lid. The lid is 9 1/2 inches. Very heavy, weighs 5 pounds.
Condition: No damage. Very clean.
The teapot has a jade handle, spout and finial. Incised with a calligraphic inscription on the front and stylized plant on the other side.
The interior has a seal impression assumed to be a maker's mark.
So cute! it only holds ten ounces. About 3 1/2 inches tall to the top of the finial. 5 3/4 across the handle to the tip of the spout. Weighs 1 pound 3 ounces.
Condition: The pewter is dented as shown. The inside pottery has a crack as shown wet. The jade of the handle is a bit loose.
Inside about 10 x 5 1/2 and about 1 3/4 deep. I have one myself and enjoy nice uniform baking of cornbread, snack cakes, baked beans, and casseroles. And it is easy to clean.
New old stock saved from our brick & mortar store. I don't want to take the plastic off but, of course, the cornmeal is long expired.
Made in the USA.