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Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950s to early 1960s. Marked "Oven Ware USA 85."
10 1/4 inches across, 3 3/4 high.
Condition: Very good, it does have a chip on the foot at shown. Clean and usable.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950s-1960s. Hand painted under glaze. Marked "Watt 600 USA Ovenware." 7 1/2 inches wide, 3 inches high..Condition: A couple tiny chips around the rim. Inside is worn but clean.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, OH 1950s and early 1960s. Hand painted under glaze so the colors stay pretty. Marked "Watt 04 USA Ovenware." Only 4 inches wide.
Condition: It has crazing and an inside crack as shown. Does not show on the outside.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950-60s. Marked "Oven Ware USA 73."
9 3/8 inches across, about 3 7/8 high.
Condition: Very nice but it does crazing.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950-60s. Marked "Oven Ware USA 24."
11 inches across and about 2 3/4 deep.
Condition: Spots of darkened crazing inside the bowl. No chips or cracks.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio. 1950s to early 1960s. Marked "67 USA." The bowl is 8 1/4 x 3 1/2. The lid is 8 5/8 inches.
Condition: It has crazing. The lid has a manufacture flaw on the under side of ledge as shown. It is clean and usable.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio. 1950s to early 1960s. Marked "Oven Ware 80 USA." 8 1/2 inches across, 5 3/4 tall.
Condition: It has crazing. Very clean and shiny inside and out.
This is the oldest of the decorated patterns. The flowers and leaves are embossed from the molds then painted before glazing so the color stays bright like the day it was made.
Marked "Eve-n-Bake, Oven Ware Watt USA." It stands about 7 1/4 inches.
Condition: No chips or cracks. It does have a little stain on its belly as shown.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, OH from the 1940s to early 1960s. It stands 11 inches. It is not marked, as most were not.
These are such fun at cookouts and picnics. Fill it with tea (or lemonade), add ice and set it on the edge of the picnic table. It will stay cold for hours, even in the sun. It does not leak, so you can also use it inside sitting on the edge of a counter for large gatherings. We have enjoyed it for years, but we don't do much entertaining these days.
Condition: Excellent, and nice and clean. The only damage is some scrapes along the bottom.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio. Hand painted under glaze. Marked "62 USA". 4 1/2 inches to the tip of the spout.
Condition: Very nice. Has some crazing around the bottom and darkened craze lines inside.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950s-60s. Hand painted under glaze. Marked "Oven Ware USA 63." 6.25 inches wide, 4.25 inches high.
Condition: Shiny and clean, not scratched or worn. Very little crazing. Tiny pin prick size chip on the rim.
Great old piece of country pottery from Watt. Pretty cinnamon drip on brown. These date to the 1950s. Stands 9 1/4 inches to the tip of the spout, about 11 inches with the lid.
Nice for entertaining a large crowd because it will hold two to three pots of dripped coffee. Just rinse the inside with hot water before adding the coffee and it will keep it hot for a long time. Or you can place it on the matching electric warmer.
Marked "Watt Orchard Ware, made in the USA, 132."
Condition: Excellent. It is nice and clean.
12 inches tall, 9 across. Weighs 9 lbs.
As appraised by Robert of Just Answer: This is a quite unusual gift jar, most have a green or acqua glaze. It's an old Chinese gift jar of the sort filled with sweets, usually flavored with ginger, given at the Chinese New Year and returned to the giver. The characters are hard to read but I think four outer characters mean "The Star God of Dominant Vitality." Around the central character ? "to ask or beg for."
Possibly 19th century, no later than early 20th century. Earthenware of the kind used in Shiwan, a famous center for ceramic production just south of Canton in Guangdong Province.
Condition: Small chips, scrapes, and repairs. No cracks.
Front has an image of the angel, Gabriel. The back character looks like a battle weary Roman soldier perhaps. High gloss black enamel, copper transfer and red enamel trim. Stands about 6 3/4 inches. Made by Dudson Jetware 1860-1875. Marked with numbers, ? 68, maybe it was made in 1868.
Condition: No damage and very clean. A little wear on the red enamel rim.
Wade Copper Luster Daisy Breakfast Pitcher, 6 1/2"
Decorative pitcher from Wade, England. Hand painted floral on a rather pink background and interior.
Marked "Harvest Ware, Wade England."
Condition: No damage at all.
Set of 3 graduated size matching antique pitchers with blue enamel bands. Estimated to be circa 1850 English. They are not marked.
High turned up handles with thumb rest. Detail beading around the bands and footed base. Embossed patterns, front and back, of a bird in flowers. Face spout looks like a mean and nasty pirate.
Sizes: The 6 inch holds 28 ounces, 5 inch 16 ounces, and 4 1/4 inch holds 10 ounces.
Condition: No chips or crack. Very nice.
Antique Copper Luster Pitcher peach color floral banded
16 ounce size, 4 1/2 inches tall. Circa 1800 according to Collector's Encyclopedia of English China by Mary Frank Gaston. Please see page 58.
Pretty shape handle with thumb rest. The color band is peach. Sorry it is hard to get the camera to pick up the true color.
Condition: No chips or cracks. Of course it is worn, it is antique.
Very large pink and gold banded. 11 1/4 inches high. Pretty scalloped rim. Applied handle with thumb hold.
The gold is very much in tact, just a little wear around the spout. It has crazing but no chips, cracks, or stains.
Marked D & D in blue ink. Dale & Davis, Prospect Hill Pottery, Trenton Pottery Company, NJ, circa 1872-1879.
What better way to keep you house plants than among the flowers and birds of this lovely planter. 6 inches high and about 8 1/2 inches across.
Condition: It is used. a chip inside the opening as shown. It has a spider crack and crazing. Sounds terrible but it is really nice and usable.
Decorative Pottery Fruit Food Molds Set of 4
In Grape, Apple, Corn, and Pear. They have a hole for hanging but they could be used for jelly or molded salad. They are each 5 by 3 7/8 inches.
Made by Chatham Potteries of New Jersey 1941-1976, they are not marked. (Thanks to an ebay member for identifying the maker.)
Condition: No damage at all.
Dark brown glaze on a tree bark pattern. 6.5, 4.5, and 2.5 inches tall. For juice, syrup, and melted butter. Marked Gibson, made in England.
Condition: Excellent, very clean and usable. No crazing or other damage.
5 litter or 1.32 gallon size cider tureen with lid with 8 cups. Post 1949 mark "Made in Germany, Gerz seit 1862" and 5L. Castle and grapes on cobalt blue.
The tureen is 8 1/4 inches tall not counting the lid. The mugs are 3 3/4 inches tall. Also very heavy.
Condition: No damage but it has some crazing. Very usable.
Set of 2 pottery liquor bottles or decanters. 8 inches tall. Commenorative 1775-1950. We assume they were made in or around 1950.
Made by NV Koninklijke Plateelbakkerij, Zuid, Holland. Marked Gouda.
Condition: No cracks or chips. 3 white pecks. One has crazing.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio. Hand painted under glaze. Marked "Watt Oven Ware USA" with a 15. 5 1/2 inches, just right as a syrup pitcher.
Condition: Excellent. Very clean and I don't see any crazing. The top is a little uneven but that is just how it was made.
Set of 2 two leaf apple cereal bowls. 5 1/2 inches across. Marked "Oven Ware USA 74." Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950s and 1960s.
Condition: Good. No chips or cracks. They do have light staining as shown.
Watt Pottery hand painted red apple pie plate #33 with green band around the outside. 9 inches across. Marked "Even Bake Oven Ware USA 33." Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville Ohio 1950s to early 60s.
Condition: Stained and crazed as shown. No chips or cracks.
Watt Pottery of Crooksville Ohio 1950s to early 1960s. Hand painted rooster under glaze 11 inch spaghetti serving bowl. Marked "Oven Ware USA 24."
Condition: It has darkened crazing as shown. No chips or cracks.
Large size baker with funnel lid. The bowl is 8 1/4 inches across, 3 3/4 inches high. The lid is 8 7/8. The apples were free hand painted before glazing so the colors stay bright.
Marked "Watt 110 USA Orchard Ware." Made by Watt Pottery of Ohio 1950s-60s.
Condition: The lid has tiny chips under the rim and crazing. The bowl has pronounced crazing with stains inside.
A beautiful piece from Watt Pottery of Ohio 1950s to early 1960s. Hand painted rooster under glaze. The bottom is about 5 3/4 high and 8 1/2 across. Marked "Oven Ware USA 80."
Condition: Chip on the rim and a small chip below the grass on the same side. Please see the pictures. The lid has a crack line that shows on top but not underneath. Very clean inside and out.
Made by Watt Pottery of Crooksville, Ohio 1950 to early 1960s. #17 pitcher with ice lip. 8 inches high. Marked "Watt 17 USA."
Purchased from ebay sixteen years ago. It is one of the few in existence and will be double boxed and packed with care.
Condition: It has crazing. Crack down the front and two hard to see cracks in the back. The spout is chiped as shown. Please enlarge the pictures.
Embossed hand painted tavern scenes. Each is 6 1/4 inches tall, 8 3/4 with the lids. Inside the lids is marked DBGM and R over M. The steins are marked Handgemalt and numbered. I believe the lids are pewter.
Condition: All have glaze crazing and the pewter lids need to be properly cleaned.
Marked "Shawnee, Made in USA, #733. About 10 1/2 inches long counting the footboards, 7 inches tall.
Condition: No damage at all.
Can't look at this without smiling. Pastel pink and blue. Shawnee made in USA 1940s. About 4 1/4 inches tall without the lid on. 8 1/2 from nose to tail.
Condition: Sliver of a chip behind the tip of the hat. The foot has glaze craze lines but nothing on the inside..