Belhorn’s July 12 and 15 auctions coincide with Pottery Reunion
ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Collectors can express their devotion to art pottery by participating in Belhorn Auction Services’ 15th annual Summer American Art Pottery Auction Sunday, July 12. Held in conjunction with the annual Pottery Lovers’ Reunion, July 11-18, the auction will feature more than 400 pieces of art pottery. Also during the weeklong festival, Belhorn will present a second art pottery auction of more than 500 lots on July 15. LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding for both sales.
“Both auctions will have American art pottery of equal value. There will be an emphasis on pottery made in the Zanesville area like Roseville and Weller, but there will also be Rookwood, Van Briggle and others made elsewhere,” said auctioneer Greg Belhorn.
Sunday’s auction will begin at 1 p.m. Eastern at the Muskingum County Welcome Center, 205 N. Fifth St., in Zanesville.
Featured Roseville items will include a 1920s Panel 296-10″ vase in dark green, a Windsor 551-7″ vase in blue with green ferns, and an early Velmoss jardinière and pedestal in flowing matte green and brown glaze. The vases are estimated from $400-$600, while the jar and pedestal set is estimated at $1,500-$1,600.
An 11 1/4-inch Weller matte green vase has a $500-$700 estimate, while a scarce Muncie Rombic star vase in high gloss yellow has a $150-$200 estimate.
Sunday’s auction will conclude with more than 65 pieces of Hull pottery.
Wednesday’s auction will begin at 1 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, 4645 E. Pike in Zanesville.
Included in the sale will be a Roseville Futura 404-8″ Balloons Glove vase (est. $500-$700), a Weller Dickens Ware mug decorated with an Indian chief (est. $500-$700) and a Roseville Falline 655-15″ vase (est. $700-$900).
For details call Belhorn Auction Service at 614-921-9441.
View the fully illustrated catalogs and sign up to bid absentee or live via the Internet during the sale at www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
For more information about the Pottery Lovers Reunion visit the Web sites www.potterylovers.org and http://www.visitzanesville.com/events.
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