Antique Pink and white East Palestine Pottery vase with raised swag design and scalloped edge is 4.75" tall. Produced between 1884 and 1909, it is a crossover from the Victorian Era to the Art Nouveau period. Vase is in great condition. Bottom is stamped with the wreath surrounding EPP and is also marked Columbia.
BOOK NOTES: This is an excellent pottery company pattern ID book. It does have information about the towns and workers, but it also has never before published images of production charts for W.S. George, Hall, Homer Laughlin and other manufacturers. It is most helpful for people who collect sets and need to know what was manufactured. Includes detailed information from the following towns: East Liverpool, Ohio Wellsville, Ohio Beaver Area, Pennsylvania Chester, West Virginia Newell, West Virginia East
> Product Page > Ohio Valley Pottery Towns Pamela Lee Gray Ohio Valley Pottery Towns The Land Act of 1796 opened the gates for a flood of settlers into the lands of the Upper Ohio River Valley. The natural clay soils of the valley, coupled with an abundance of salt for glazing and the Ohio River as a nearby source for transportation, laid the foundation for what would become the pottery capital of the United States. Naming their new towns for those they left behind-Liverpool, Chester, Newell-English and
Images of America: Ohio Valley Pottery Towns by: Pamela Lee Gray List Price: $21.99 Our Price: $21.99 Sale Price: $19.79 You save $2.20! Pamela Lee Gray 6.6 x 9.5 in . SO -ING -2002 -0738520322 -WH2 Description BOOK NOTES: This is an excellent pottery company pattern ID book. It does have information about the towns and workers, but it also has never before published images of production charts for W.S. George, Hall, Homer Laughlin and other manufacturers. It is most helpful for people who collect sets
W27 Palestinian four-sided pottery oil lamp A pottery oil lamp with four pinched spouts and a rounded base, the upper sides retain evidence of a pale red slip coating. This four-sided shape is thought to be the earliest type of pottery oil lamp from the Near East. Palestine, Middle Bronze Age I, 2200-1900 BC Intact apart from some surface chips 5.9 x 11 cms private collection, Cheshire, UK; acquired mid 20th Century. The base is stamped with an Israeli Antiquities Authority export permit insignia.