ANTIQUES ON CENTRAL
730 E. MISSOURI AVE
PHOENIX, AZ 85014
Miner’s Oil Wick Cap Lamp
Cap worn oil lamp marked “Dunlap’s Pittsburg”, about 2 ¾ inches tall, c.1890-1920. Nice condition, lid works and hinge intact. $35 DLR 271-K274
Metal still bank with Arabian motifs around. Stands about 4 ½ inches tall, very nice condition.
Carved wood plaque of scout figure,
circa 1930s, Boy Scouts, WPA, or CCC? $75 DLR 271-K147
A large painted brass camel figural letterholder measuring 5 inches tall,
7 ½ inches wide and 4 inches deep.
This is a high quality piece with excellent workmanship in super condition dating to the late 19th/early 20th century.
$125 DLR 271-K209
Sports Related Ice Cream Molds
Circa 1920s metal ice cream molds in a variety of sport items shapes including footballs, golf clubs, golf ball, and binoculars. $20-$25 each DL271
Figural pipe stand with a worker leaning against a sign which reads “WPA Project No. 7-11”, painted plaster, circa 1930's
$85 DLR 271-K145
Majolica Teapot Brownfield and Son
A striking ivy and basket majolica teapot with a pewter lid by Brownfield and Sons in their “Aston” pattern. It is marked with a registration diamond for June 6, 1874 and measures about 6 ¾ inches from spout to handle and 5 inches wide. The body of the teapot is in great condition with an old metal repair to the spout. $110 DLR 271– K199
Mid 19th Century Mechanical Candle Stick
A circa 1850 fifteen inch tall metal candlestick with reflector marked “Millers London”. There is a spring inside the column which pushes up the candle from the base as it burns shorter. An interesting and scarce lighting device!
$110 DLR 271-K258
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
Sascha Brastoff Seashell
Large ceramic seashell measuring about 12 ½ long signed ‘Sascha B.” for Sascha Brastoff. Condition is excellent. A classic mid-century modern decorative item. $45 DLR 271-K203
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Amphora Volateria Crane Vase
Large 14 ¾ inches tall Amphora, Austria luster finish ceramic vase with a crane in high relief feeding a pair of baby birds on each side. The base has Amphora impressed marks and a painted “Volateria”, a rare Amphora series which featured bird related motifs, circa 1907-1908. $295 DLR271-K212
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
Bretby Flower Vase
A four and one quarter inch tall ceramic vase with a scalloped edge in bright green. Made by Bretby, England circa 1930s, well-marked and in excellent condition.
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
Barrel on cart metal still bank
$45 DLR 271-143
US Mail metal still bank
$45 DLR 271-K144
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
Ernst Wahliss Puppy Card Tray
A good luck puppy ceramic card tray measuring 5 ¼ inches tall and 7 inches long made by Ernst Wahliss, Austria, in the early 20th century. Beautifully made, well marked, and in excellent condition. A rare and unusual item by the famed Ernst Wahliss! $245 DLR 271-K276
Waco Pottery Vase
Very hard to find seven and one half inches tall ceramic vase made by Waco Pottery, Kentucky circa 1930s. This company was known for their high fired glazes as seen in this example with a deep orange-red glaze. A great example that is nicely marked on base.
Bretby Ligna Ware Vase
A Bretby Ligna Ware vase about fifteen inches tall circa 1905 with applied dragonfly, bee, and grasshopper. Ligna Ware ceramics have surfaces resembling textured wood with metal strapping designs. A large and impressive example of this popular style. Made in England with the expected Bretby marks and in excellent condition.
$275 DL 271-K255
Majolica Advertising Paperweight Tile
Majolica glaze advertising paperweight
with a female portrait and “N.E. Loomis, Tiles, Syracuse N.Y., Mantels” around. Loomis worked for Francis & Co., a maker of marble fireplace mantels and tiles. The round tile is 3 5/8 "
in diameter, in excellent condition and
dates to around 1890.
$65 DLR 271-K210
Libby Etched Glass Bowl
Clear glass bowl with an etched flower design around and scalloped edge by Libby. Measures 4 ¾ inches in diameter and 2 ½ inches tall with maker’s mark, circa 1920s. $85 DLR 271-6017
Since 1993 Warwicks Collectibles' owners, Ed and Connie Dobbins,
have been selling quality American and European art pottery, glass, primitives, Native American, and historical Phoenix and Arizona antiques. They specialize in items that are just a bit different from the ordinary.
Please visit showcase #271 to see their current selection.
BLUE CORN PUEBLO POTTERY
SAN ILDEFONSO- CRUCITA GONZALES
$2200.00 DLR #401
SANTA CLARA PUEBLO
$295.00 DLR #401
$1150.00 DLR #401
PINK VASE c 1920
$3400.00 DLR #401