Description: Offered for your consideration this set of 2 Spectacular Rare McCoy Yellow Chrysanthemum Vases , some of these flower forms can be seen on page 166 of the 2002 McCoy Pottery Collectorâ¿¿s Reference & Value Guide by Margaret & Bob Hanson. Circa 1950. They bear the proper McCoy Makers Mark. Stunning Color and form.
Condition Report: 1 EXC 1 VG small hairline on base 2 flea bitesView additional info »
Description: This charming lot of two plates and a Certificate of Authenticity was issued from the Bradford Exchange. 383F Bradford Exchange Collectible Plate entitled â¿¿An Angelâ¿¿s touchâ¿? by Dona Gelsinger for the Garden Blessings series and 4486A Radford Exchange collectible Plate entitled â¿¿Little Oneâ¿¿s Wonderâ¿? by Donna Brooks from the Tiny Blessings series. Plates are numbered and stamped on the bottom of each. Bradford Exchange Certificate of Authenticity for the limited issue of Wonders to Share, the second issue of Sisterâ¿¿s Love forever" is numbered 13352A. This certificated does not authenticate either plate shown.
Condition Report: very goodView additional info »
Description: Offered for your consideration a collection of plates that includes Bowls Woods Ware Enoch England 3 Oatmeal / Soup Bowls , George Washington Memorial Plate 1732 to 1932 Crown Ducal, English Abbey Fairway Red Taylor Smith Taylor, Pitcher heavy crazing & chip to handle says ironstone PELEW E Challinop on bottom Here is an E. Challinor Staffordshire Potteries Ironstone in the "Pelew" chinoiserie pattern and dates from 1842-1867 and a Gravy Boat tiny nicks to base No marks on bottom
Condition Report: chips & crack in bowls, chip & crazing 2 pitcherView additional info »
Description: We offer for your bidding pleasure this classic 1950s Franciscan Pottery in the Apple Pattern. Bearing the proper makers mark of Franciscan China used from 1953 to 1958. Here we have a 7.5 inch serving bowl.
Condition Report: VERY GOODView additional info »
Description: We proudly offer these three pieces of vintage Opalescent Fention Glass circa 1940 to 1954. This is Fention Blue Opalescent Hobnail circa 1940-1954 and you are bidding on three pieces in excellent condition. First a Double Crimped small vase, next a double crimped small ashtray or pin dish and a small cylindrical cup. This highly popular Fenton pattern sports a rich base royal blue coloration, and features fiery Opalescence. Research consulted: Fenton Art Glass A Centennial of Glass Making 1907 to 2007 / by Debbie and Randy Coe; Fenton Art Glass Patterns 1939 to 1980 2nd Ed., AND Fenton Art Glass Colors 1939 to 1980 / by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer; The Big Book of Fenton Glass 1940 to 1970 / by John Walk
Condition Report: no damageView additional info »