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INCREDIBLE CADDO POTTERY WATER BOTTLE, EX KNOBLOCK, FOUND AT THE MORTON FARM IN LEWISTOWN ILLINOIS, FULTON COUNTY. GREAT DESIGN, STANDS 6 7/8" TALL BY 5 1/2" WIDE. MINOR REPAIR TO EDGE OF LIP ON ONE S

$7007 bids

Nice desirable "Faline" or Pea Pod vase by Roseville Pottery. Green fading to orange colors on a double handled design of art deco stylized pods with elegant curves. Blue 3 or M mark on bottom. SHIPP

$905 bids

Four Pieces of Hand Painted Polish Pottery. Two Round Bakers with Handles 11 1/2"x9 1/2"x2".. Round Bowl 9"x9"x3 3/4". Oval Relish / Celery Dish 10 3/4"x6 3/4"x1 1/2". Weight on all 9 pds 9 oz. PROVEN

$2,3004 bids

ANNA POTTERY, ANNA, ILLINOIS STONEWARE PIG FLASK, Albany-slip glazed, well detailed anatomically-correct form, incised "Latest and most reliable / Railroad and River Guide / By / Anna Pottery / Anna I

$2754 bids

Tall early Pre-Columbian pottery vase. H 10-3/4". CONDITION: minor imperfections. Please copy and paste thelink for high-res images. https://www.dropbox.com/s/n7fg5kj0gxzknk2/1128002_1.jpg?dl=0

$1254 bids

Six pre Colombian pottery objects Including. a pair of small bird figures mounted on a wood base H 2". Man removing thorn from foot L6 -1/4". Upper human torso H 6", two heads H 4-1/2". Please copy an

$5004 bids

Helen Finch (Australian American, 1924-2009). Signed and numbered limited edition ceramic sculpture. Titled "Look Both Ways." Limited edition number 12 of 28. Made in 1982, combining facets of three d

$1254 bids

Lot of 6 Pre-Columbian pottery objects. H standing figure 6-1/4". Pair of bird figures H 3". Snake figure Dia. 3-1/2" H w/ base 3-3/4" W 3-5/8" D 3-7/8" two human upper torsos H 4". Please copy and pa

$404 bids

Pair Vases Signed Longwy Art Pottery, 6.5” x 4.5", Blue And Yellow Background With Colorful Floral Decor, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Qualit

$504 bids

Miniature Vase Signed Longwy France Art Pottery, 2.75” x 2.5", Blue, Yellow And Pink Tones With Floral Decor, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Qu

$504 bids

Covered Jar Marked Moorcroft Art Pottery, 6” x 5", Green Background With Pink Floral Hibiscus Blooms, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Quality Pe

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$753 bids

Overall excellent condition. No chips, cracks, crazing, hairlines, fleabites, repairs or restorations. Approx. dimensions: 5.25 in. H x 4 in. Dia. Weight: 15 oz.

$2503 bids

ANNA POTTERY, ANNA, ILLINOIS STONEWARE LITTLE BROWN JUG, Albany-slip glazed, graceful ovoid form, having applied strap handle with a thumbprint terminus and beaded foot. Stamped "KIRKPATRICK, / ANNA,

$703 bids

Three Pre-Columbian pottery footed bowls Dia. 8-1/2" , Dia. 7-3/4", Dia. 11-1/2". Please copy and paste the link for high-res images. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/41zlvk1n9i4k8vr/AAA6fQFMOZ-JUdZWDCBxlxk

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$1003 bids

Overall excellent condition. No chips, cracks, crazing, hairlines, fleabites, repairs or restorations. Approx. dimensions: 12.75 in. H x 8 in. Dia. Weight: 8 lbs. 11 oz.

$1003 bids

Kazuko Matthews (American, born 1934). Collection of three Modern stoneware ceramic pieces. Two abstract two pot forms with handles and removable lids, and one pitcher ewer jug form with handle. Glaze

$503 bids

Covered Jar Signed Rookwood #1321E Art Pottery, 3.75” x 3.25", Dated 1932, Pink And Green Matte Finish, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Quality

$203 bids

Vase, Unmarked Art Pottery Souvenir, 5.25” x 3.25", Green Glaze With Silver Floral Overlay "New Orleans 1916", Also Personalized "Rex" On Back Of Vase, Nice Quality, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley R

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Pottery is one of the most ancient arts. It can take various forms such as tableware, kitchenware, decorative objects and outstanding pieces of art. The first people who experimented with clay were the ancient Egyptians, who used to transfer water in clay pots often decorated with primitive tools. They were also among the first to glaze their pottery items before putting them into kilns. Pottery can vary depending on different uses, eras and cultures, from earthenware and stoneware to Chinese porcelain and terra-cotta. China has such a long and distinguished history of producing all sorts of pottery. Throughout the centuries, many potters tried to mimic the techniques and replicate Chinese works, capturing the same beauty. Besides its unique beauty and exquisite craftsmanship, each pottery piece has its own story. Whether you want to en

 
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