Three Navajo figural wood carvings ranging from 13 inches to 21 inches tall. The largest is signed “Larry Wilson Sr.” and the shortest ‘Sterling Wilson.” The 17 inch example has “Larry Wilson” written in pencil on the base. Each is in excellent condition.
$60-$85 each. DLR 271-K565-K567
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
Wood Pig Figure Great looking, colorfully painted carved wood pig measuring about 8 ¼ inches long and 5 ½ inches tall. $68 DLR271-K466
Brannam Pottery Figural Pitcher Nineteenth century English Barum Brannam figural jug with fish spout in attractive blue/green glaze. Stands about 7 inches tall and marked on bottom with Brannam name, artist mark, and 1896 date. $175 DLR271-K339
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
Tall Austria Amphora Vase.
A 15-inch- tall Austria Amphora vase with crossed straps at the top and reticulated attachments
on the sides. In excellent condition with impressed crown and oval marks on the base, c1905-1910. $225 DLR 271-9113
A Mason’s gravy boat and underplate in their “Regency” pattern circa 1930s. The gravy is 8 inches from handle to spout and the underplate measures 9 ¼ " X 11 ". Great condition.
$52 pair Dealer 271-Item K537
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
Western Theme Sterling Souvenir Spoons. Sterling silver souvenir teaspoons with western themes including bucking broncos, miners, mules and Native Americans. Most from Colorado, all date to circa 1905 with maker’s mark.
$19 each DLR 271-K352-357
Carved Wood Horse Plaque Large flat carved wood cut-out figure of horse wall decoration. Measures 21 inches long and 13 inches tall. Nicely done. $40 DLR271-K471
Asian Dolls A pair of Asian dolls 5 ½ and 6 inches tall and a small Asian bisque baby doll about 3 ¾ inches. Baby sold separately from pair.
$55/pair, $18/bisque baby
Czech Mrazek Teapot Hand painted Czechoslovakian teapot by Mrazek Peasant Art Industries in their Bluebird pattern. Marked on the base with stamped circular mark. In great condition standing about seven inches to the finial. Dates to the 1920s. $110 DLR 271-K376
Invalid Feeders and Medicine Measures
Pre-WWII ceramic invalid feeders and medicine spoons and measures. Also, unusually designed large silverplate medicine spoons with unusual designs including attached rubber bulb and feeding tube. More than a dozen to choose from.
$14 to $24 each. DLR 271
Pierrefonds French Art Pottery Vase. Nice 10-inch- tall Pierrefonds vase in green over yellow glaze with cutouts. Circa 1920s. $165 DLR 271-K383
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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 Ship
An ivory colored pottery sailing ship paperweight by Rookwood measuring 4 inches tall, 3 ½ inches long, and 2 ¼ inches wide. Marked on the base with the date code for 1927 and the number 2792. Excellent condition.
Silas Claw Navajo Pottery Easter Vase
Navajo art pottery wedding vase by Silas and Bertha Claw standing about 7 ½ inches tall. Applied relief figures of two rabbits and clusters of brightly painted eggs in flowering plants suggesting an Easter theme. Signed ‘S.B.Claw’. Excellent condition.
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
Handsewn Navajo Man Large figure of Navajo man sewn from several fabrics on burlap background with red border. All hand-sewn and mounted on foam core board for display. $85 DLR271- K473
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
Mirror Beveled glass hand mirror with brass inlay and interesting faux wood texture. About 8 ¾ inches long and 5 ¼ inches wide at maximum. $60 DLR 271-K468
Fine antiques and collectibles
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.
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
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
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Longwy Egyptian Vase
Longwy France Primavera Egyptian motif Art Deco vase measuring 4 ¾ inches tall and 4 ½ inches diameter. Well marked, dates to 1920s.