Czech Air Brushed Pottery Vase
An attractive Czechoslovakian pottery vase air-brushed in an abstract blue and yellow design standing 7 inches tall.  Dates to the 1920s-1930s.  $45   DLR271-K267

1930s Pressed Wood Items
Circa 1930s pressed wood items including a bowling ball and pins scene brush holder, a dog brush holder (both with original brushes), a white Terrier pen holder, and a dog paperweight.  Two are labeled ‘Syroco’ and the others ‘Swank” and ‘Ornawood”.  Unusual decorative and functional items for this medium!  $10-$30   DLR271-K344-K347

Frederick Rhead Avon Faience Handled Vase
Beautiful 5 ¼ inch tall handled vase with tube line designs by or in the style of Frederick H. Rhead.  Marked with Avon Faience and dates to circa 1902-1904 when Rhead worked at this southern Ohio pottery.

​$145.00  DLR #271-K340

Hand Painted 1930s Poole Pottery Vases
Three Poole Pottery vases hand painted in Art Deco style flower motifS 
 made in England dating to the 1930s.  The vases are hand thrown red earthenware with a white slip and clear glaze. Heights are 5 ¾” and 6 ¾”.  
$110 each DLR- K306-08



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Maricopa Indian Pottery Figure
An unusual animal figure by the Peeposh/Maricopa Native American people local to the Phoenix area.  The animal appears to be a frog or toad with large bulging eyes and stands about 4 inches tall.  It dates to the first half of the 20th century, probably 1930s. Condition is excellent with nicely polished surfaces and no cracks or other damage.   $275   DLR271-334





Carved Wood Skier Figure
Carved wood skier figure about 12 inches long and 8 ½ inches high.  Nice detail right down to the goggles and flag of Norway on the back of the skier.  Repairs to poles but nice condition overall. 

$110   DLR271-K190


Elton Ware Slip Glaze Pitcher
Beautiful blue/green high gloss glaze Elton Ware pitcher by Sir Edmund Elton, England.  Decorated with an applied flower design in relief. Stands 8 ½ inches tall and dates to circa 1880s-1920.  Marked “Elton” with remnants of an old sticker on the bottom.  

$195   DLR 271-5205​


Warwicks Collectibles
Warwicks Collectibles owners Ed and Connie Dobbins

have been selling art pottery, glass, primitives,

Native American, and local historical antiques since 1993.  They update their stock regularly so be sure to

visit showcase #271 often!

Early Phoenix Arizona Souvenirs
Two early circa 1910 Phoenix souvenirs.  A hand painted plate titled “A Palm Walk” made for the R.L. Balke Indian Store and Curio Shop and a covered ceramic box with a “Papago Papoose” image on the top by Wheelock.  Hard to find Phoenix items from this era. 

$65 each DLR271-E006,K343





$2200.00  DLR #401



$295.00  DLR #401




$1150.00  DLR #401


PINK VASE c 1920

DESIGN #2683

$3400.00  DLR #401

Fulper Pottery
Fabulous Fulper figural fish flower frog measuring about 4 ½ inches in diameter in a soft green glaze. There is a hairline connecting two flower holes but this is otherwise an intact very attractive item.   $95    DLR 271 K328   

Fulper Pottery Candlesticks
A pair of eleven inches tall ceramic candlesticks by Fulper pottery.  Impressed mark on the base, dates to circa 1930s.  Excellent condition.   $95   DLR271-K333

Waiter Corkscrew
A clever eight-inch tall figure of

a waiter with a corkscrew attached

to the underside of the removeable head/shoulders.  This nicely painted

and molded SyrocoWood figure

dates to the 1930s.    

$95    DLR271-K315

Wah Ming Chang Bronze Ashtray
A five-inch square “Bronze Design of California, Designed by Wah Ming Chang” metal ashtray with an engraved outline of a horse in the center.  Chang worked in Hollywood for many years as a prop designer and is best known for his work on the original Star Trek series where he is credited with designing the phaser, tricorder, Tribbles and other iconic props.  Ashtray is well marked on the base and in great condition with light wear and patina.   $85   DLR271-K331


Amphora Enameled Bird Vase
A 12 inches inches tall Amphora, Austria enamel decorated ceramic vase depicting two birds facing each other surrounded by stylized enameled flowers.  Very well done! Circa 1905.   $265  DLR271-AT317



Longwy Ceramic Cloisonné Shoes
A pair (left and right) of Longwy ceramic cloisonné shoes each measuring about 6 ½ inches long.  Longwy stamped mark believed to be late 19th century.  In excellent condition and very rarely found as a matched set like this.  $295/pair  DLR271-K338 

Longwy Pottery
Three Longwy, France items including a 6 3/4 " tall ceramic cloisonné vase and two four inch diameter octagonal shallow dishes with an enameled Art Deco style bird scene in the center.  Each item dates to the 1920s/1930s 
Vase $110, Trays $30 each  

DLR 271 K325-K327



Taxco R.G.C. Figural Ashtray
A mixed metal figural cone shaped ashtray standing seven inches tall.  When a lighted cigar or cigarette is set on the tray, the smoke escapes through the hole at the top of the cone. Impressed marks on the base “Hecho En Mexico” and “R.G.C.”  In very good used condition, dates to the 1950s.  $85   DLR 271-K332

Rookwood Pottery Tile
A matte green glazed Rookwood architectural tile in the Arts and Crafts style.  The tile is substantial at 6 inches square and 1 1/8 inches thick.  It is marked on the back with an impressed “Rookwood Faience” followed by a number.  The tile is used and shows wear around.  

$75    DLR 271-K329


Burtles Tate Opalescent Vaseline Glass Swan
Rare Burtles, Tate, & Co. opalescent

vaseline glass swan posy holder marked

with registration number 20086 for

January 8, 1885.  The swan measures

3 ¾ inches tall and 4 7/16 inches front

to back. It is in excellent condition

with no condition issues. 

$125  DLR 271- K198


Czech Pottery Rooster Pitcher
A large 9 inches tall figural Czechoslovakian Rooster pitcher with the “Erphila” stamp on the base.  It is in striking Art Deco style and dates to the 1920s.  Condition is very good condition, nice and clean.   $175   DLR271-335

 Avon Faience Creamer
A scarce example of Avon Faience, Tiltonsville, Ohio pottery.  This creamer is two and three quarter inches tall with a tube lined decoration attributable to Frederich H. Rhead circa 1902-1905.  Marked on the base.   $65    DL271-K256