This year's offering of American Art Pottery in July by not only includes our 13th Annual Summer American Art Pottery Auction but also the absolute auction of the Charles Endress Collection of Hull Pottery.
Having collected Hull Pottery for approximately forty years, Charles Endress' collection of Hull includes approximately 5,000 pieces and is the largest and most extensive collection of Hull to ever be offered on the open market. This collection contains nearly every color combination of every shape of every art line. Also included is a multitude of non-art line pieces such as dinner ware, novelty items and trial, sample and experimental pieces. Day One (July 11, 2007) includes approximately 1,000 items being sold individually. Day Two (July 12, 2007) includes approximately 800 to 1,000 groups lots consisting of two to forty pieces.
Our 13th Annual Summer American Art Pottery Auction represents our premier auction of the year! This year's offering of over 500 lots includes: Roseville (Azurean, Baneda, Blackberry, Bushberry, Carnelian I, Cherry Blossom, Columbine, Cosmos, Dahlrose, Falline, Ferella, Fuchsia, Futura, Ixia, Jonquil, Luffa, Morning Glory, Moss, Normandy, Pauleo, Persian, Pine Cone, Poppy, Rozane, Sunflower, White Rose, Wincraft, Windsor, Wisteria, Zephyr Lily and more), Weller (Coppertone, Cretone, Dickens Ware, Glendale, Greora, Hudson, Louwelsa, Sicard, Silvertone, Lamar and others), a quality selection of both artist signed and production Rookwood, an outstanding selection of Camark and Fraunfelter from the family of artist Alfred P. Tetzschner, an extremely rare Hull Little Red Riding Hood (LRRH) advertising plaque, incredible pieces of Owens, a nice assortment of Rick Wisecarver's work as well as pieces from Brush McCoy, Ceramic Arts Studio, Rose Cabat, Paul Revere, Marblehead, Van Briggle, Newcomb, Stangl, California Faience and much more.