Vintage Vernon Kilns California pottery in the Organdie pattern - this lot is a plate (7 1/2" in diameter) and handled bowl(about 7 1/4" across the handles). Both pieces have crazing and slight discoloration from age and use, but no chips or cracks.
Vintage Vernon Kilns California pottery in the Organdie pattern - this lot is five plates, 9 3/4" in diameter. These have a little crazing, but no chips or cracks - very nice overall.
Vintage Continental Kilns pottery in the green arbor pattern, all hand painted with flowers in fuchsia pink. This is a set for four of plates in two sizes, as well as some serving pieces (salt and pepper shakers, gravy pitcher and plate, potato bowl, and a platter). There's a chip to the platter, but everything else looks good - just a little browning and light staining to this set from use.
Lot of vintage Vernon Kilns (pre - Metlox era) dinnerware china, gold and brown plaid Organdie pattern. This lot is eleven saucers and just one cup... all in very nice condition.
Offered for your consideration is this vintage set of American Pottery in the Homespun pattern, Vernoware line, made by Vernon Kilns / Metlox Pottery. This set of four cups and four saucers will surely compliment your dinnerware set of Vernonware Homespun. Produced from 1948 to 1958, this pattern hearkens back to a bygone era of Americana. Please check out our other pieces in this pattern. Condition: Very good, no chips, no cracks, no crazing Dimensions: Cup 3 7/8"D Saucer 6 1/4" D Inventory: Box 220
A vintage chop plate or round platter by the Vernon Kilns Pottery of California, in their Harvest pattern which is on their reverse-coupe blank. The decoration is a little out of the normal range for Vernon Kilns, consisting of tranfer-printed fruits and flowers which have been hand-colored. Size: 12.375" in diameter. Condition: a couple of utensil marks which can only be seen under close examination, otherwise fine. Mar: Vernon Kilns backstamp.
This cup is in the "Tickled Pink" pattern that was made by Vernon Kilns and then Metlox Potteries. The cup does not have a mark. The cup is 2-3/4" tall x 4-3/4" wide with the handle with a 3-5/8" diameter at the top and a 1-7/8" diameter at the base. This cup is definitely from the Mid Century Modern era. This cup was used. There are a couple of scuffs and scratches. There are no chips or cracks.
50s mid-century mod aqua geometric dinnerware, vintage Metlox Navajo cups & saucers Lot of five cup and saucer sets, vintage Vernon Kilns / Metlox Poppytrail pottery dinnerware. These look good, no chips or cracks, and just a few grey utensil marks as are so often found on the Poppy trail matte finish pieces. We love the geometric patterned border, the aqua color works so well with mid-century vintage or mod south-west styles! Item No. w21976
This Meiji period Japanese Imari Arita footed dish is handmade and hand painted porcelain and with a lobed oblong design. It is hand painted with gorgeous colours and details with a central design of a Hoo-ou bird (Japanese Phoenix) and traditional Japanese decor motif and flowers in Imari red, blue, green and gold gilt It is in excellent antique condition- no chips or cracks. The paint is well preserved with minor age wear. It appears that originally the rim of the dish was painted with gilt as there are
Vintage Mayflower Cup and Saucer Only 4 Left! Build your collection and delight your friends with pieces you actually use! Mix and match, buy one or more. Vernon Kilns cup and saucer in the "Mayflower" pattern design. Vintage California pottery. Cup, 2.5" high, 3.5" diameter. Saucer, 6" diameter. Marked "Hand painted under glaze, Mayflower, Vernonware, California USA". Vernonware produced Mayflower from the 1940s until discontinuing it in 1953. Vernon Kilns was founded in 1931 as Vernon Potteries, Ltd., by
This beautiful Sengaki style painted Imari Bowl was made about 200 years ago during the Early Edo period. Sometsuki simply means, blue and hite. Sengaki is a technique used to make old Imari. They are hand made and the designs are first hand-drawn then painted. This is used as a Kashiki, which is the general term for a bowl or plate used in the tea ceremony. It is in very good antique condition. It does have a few age spots inside and some wear on the bottom as well as a bit of dust. SIZE : Diameter 5.7" or
This is an Edo period piece from circa 1840-1850's. Incredible quality handwork of both the porcelain and relief painting. The motif is also very cool, a turtle sea monster is coming out of the waves and trying to suck the bird down into to him and capture him. The details of the relief in the waves and turtle or tortoise and all the hand painting is quite incredible. The colors are gorgeous. I do not think I have seen anything like it. The shape is very nice, as a footed shell shape plate of a Awabi or
This post is for the pair of Japanese porcelain small plates with beautiful white porcelain and wonderful quality hand painting in blue. Dharma is the subject matter, with smaller Dharma statues about. The plates have very fine brushwork . The backside has the three bats design. The Dharma has a look of the cat who ate the canary on his face, and there is something is written on the front which is unusual. I do not yet know what it says, it could be a saying or a special occasion plate, or something related
I have for you this evening a beautiful example of porcelain made at the kilns of Brownfield's China in England in the late 19th century and retailed by Kinney and Levan of Cleveland Ohio fame. This set is made of very high quality translucent porcelain and has been cast into a unique mold design with twisted branch like handle and deep well saucer. This set has been fully hand painted in the Aesthetic Movement with the foliage on vine being in a light lavender color bordered with fuchsia. The hand painted
I have for you this evening a very fine example of French porcelain fired at the kilns of Sevres around the middle of the 19th century. This set is made of the finest grade French porcelain and has been cast into a unique mold design with deep well saucer and delicate handle with thumb rest. This set has been glazed with a stunning salmon pink and then gold gilt. The cup and the saucer have a ribbon of white porcelain that has been used as the backdrop for some of the most delicately placed flowers done in
I have for you this evening what I believe to be an authentic early 19th century cup and saucer set made at the kilns of Capodimonte in Italy. This set is made of very high grade porcelain and is marks with the underglaze "N" under crown. The unique mold design with blown out Putti and floral motifs is iconic for this maker, however the rare chariot scene is an important addition to this stunning set. The colors are classic and painted by a masters hand and the gold gilt is placed on the set by the master
This is a pair of handmade reticulated white porcelain in the design of flowers and hand painted in blue. There are on the heavier porcelain side, not the fine thin type. This was a U.K. purchase. They are very nice and in good condition. The one on the right appears to be crazing on the bottom. but did not notice when I held and took pictures. Otherwise I see no issues with chips or cracks. Just saw a similar pair for the first time since we have had these, and a person from Japan said they are " Imari
This piece of Old Imari was made about 150 years ago. Karajishi-Botan is the term for the subject matter of the hand painting, and means a foo dog and a peony. It is handmade, hand drawn and painted. It is the heavier type of old Imari porcelain. It is not signed as many of the old Imari were not. (See more below about Imari). Of added value and use are the double legs, a high quality style. The beautiful colorful Imari pieces graced the Japanese table many years ago. It is a quality old authentic Imari
This stunning large Sometsuke-Seiji platter is over of the late first Edo period being about 140 years old. Beautiful blue and bird motif painted on a celadon green colored background. This style of ts not hand-drawn. Rather, it is a print technique from the Meiji era of of a blue design called Inban. The only translation I can so far, Inban literally meaning "engraving". I thought perhaps it was the word for transfer ware, now am not sure. It is in extremely good antique condition with no cracks or chips.
This beautiful handmade handpainted antique Imari porcelain plate Namasu plate from 1700's- It was made 200 years ago!. Namusu is the word in Japanese for the size of the plate and most often for everyday use for such sides as a salad plate.. It is in incredible condition for it's age, no cracks or chips. And, it is absolutely not true, that if an item looks this new it is not this old. Take a look at some pieces at the Met Museum for example. I just looked at this piece while going through our Imari
It is hard to believe this Japanese Antique Imari Porcelain Bowl is over 200 years old. It was a purchase from Japan, and per the seller aged to the late 1700's Edo Period. The porcelain itself is absolutely gorgeous and of good quality. The first picture is theirs, the rest is ours. A handmade porcelain bowl is hand painted on the inside in various shades of blue and glazed; a dragon wrapped around the inside with an auspicious expression on its face; and surrounded by designs of clouds and spinning tops.
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Lovely old Vernon Kilns dinnerware in the Delores multicolored transfer ware floral pattern. This is a set for four in very nice condition - four each of cup and saucer sets, and four plates 9 1/2" in diameter. There's a chip to the rim of one saucer, but no other chips or cracks. The color is good on all, and there's very minimal crazing. A pretty set!
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This gorgeous Imari Kakiemon style plate is different than the styles made for Meissen. It is, none the less, and old Kakiemon style Plate made of beautiful porcelain, a wonderful design with vibrant colors.. I believe the age to be just at the end of the Meiji period. It is a very unique hard to find piece of Porcelain in this condition from old Japan. And of course, it is hand made and painted. It is not a knock off, guaranteed. See below for more information about the name Imari. With the exception of a
This very old Kakiemon plate is very different than the styles made for Meissen, not made for export. Kakiemon referred to this design in old Japan. Namusu is the word in Japanese for the size of the plate and most often for everyday use for such sides as a salad plate. It is a very unique hard to find piece of porcelain in this condition from old Japan. It is o course handmade and painted. This was made over 200 years ago by kiln under the 5th Kakiemon, the Master Potter of the kiln at the time. Please see
This is a Stunning Flow or Flowing Blue Demitasse Cup and Saucer with Gold Trim. It is unmarked, it is most unusual. The cup is very thin white on the top half with an embossed design. the lower half is flo blue. the cup is trimmed in gold with a gold handle. There are for indentations on the bottom of the cup giving it the appearance of being a raised or a footed cup. The saucer is is a most unique shape. It curves delicately with many soft edges. It is embossed white with a flo blu inner edge and smooth