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Possibly Jin Dynasty (1115 - 1234)The dish is potted with shallow rounded sides rising to an everted lipped rim and covered overall with a thick bluish green glaze, the interior with purple splashes a

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Keno Auctions

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The faceted ovoid body rising to a two ring molded neck flanked by two curving ear-shaped handles, on a conforming, spreading foot, covered overall with a greyish-blue glaze, the foot rim covered with

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Keno Auctions

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$200

Possibly Song Dynasty (960-1279)Finely potted, with rounded sides incurved at the rim and raised on a short, unglazed foot. The sides are covered with a thick crackle-suffused glaze of cloudy, greenis

$7505 bids

Fine Pre-Columbian Jalisco Pottery Shaft Tomb Idol Playing a Raspador, West Mexico, 200 BCE-200 CE. Size: 12'' x 8'' x 11'' (30 x 20 x 28 cm). Private estate collection, Napa, CA.

Hindman

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$5005 bids

Hopi Polychrome Pottery Jarearly 20th centurypainted with eagle tail feather designheight 5 inches x diameter 9-1/2 inchesFrom the Collection of Bruce and Claire MontgomerieEx Stanley B. Slocum Collec

Hindman

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$1,1005 bids

Jean Sahme Nampeyo(Hopi, b. 1948) Polychrome Pottery Jar and Canteenlot of 2, includes:a pottery canteen with polychrome katsina design, signed on baseheight 5 inches x length 8 inches x width 6 1/2 i

$2005 bids

American hand-painted ceramic wig/ hat stand, Stangl Pottery Company, mid 20th c., having figural form with short curled brunette hair, rising on square wood base, bearing maker's stamp, approx 15"h,

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Keno Auctions

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$1,000

Possibly Xianfeng Reign (1850-1861) Well potted, the enamel decorated flattened globular form with cobalt lappet decoration at the top and bottom and all around decoration of deer in various landscape

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Keno Auctions

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$500

Possibly Kangxi Reign (1661-1722) Cobalt glazed bowl with incised decoration of two blue dragons on the interior sides and cavetto with with three incised clouds at the center of interior, the white g

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Keno Auctions

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$100

Possibly Song Dynasty (960-1279)The bowl thinly potted, with a narrow groove below the rim, covered overall with a lustrous glaze streaked with fine 'hare's fur' markings on the exterior a

$7004 bids

Native American pottery vase, "Clowns Riding Horses," Jody Naranjo (Tewa, b.1969), Santa Clara Pueblo, dated 2005, sgraffito carved/ etched central design, signed on bottom, approx 7"h, 3"diam; 1.5lbs

$4504 bids

Dodie Thayer (American, 20th Century) Palm Beach art pottery Lettuce Ware hand decorated glazed ceramic serving platter tray. Makers mark on bottom. SHIPPINGHill Auction Gallery will offer in-house c

$2004 bids

Dodie Thayer (American, 20th Century) Palm Beach art pottery Lettuce Ware leaf plate with three lemon slices (one chip). Signed on bottom of plate. SHIPPINGHill Auction Gallery will offer in-house co

$1754 bids

Dodie Thayer (American, 20th Century) Palm Beach art pottery Lettuce Ware hand decorated glazed ceramic sugar bowl with spoon. Artist signature to bottom. Bowl measures 2.5" x 5" x 5"; spoon measures

$254 bids

Roseville Pottery Zephyr Lily 135-9 Vase. Good condition. 9 1/4". Weight 2 pds 2 oz. Zephyr Lily is a late period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1946. Standard colors include blue, green,

$804 bids

Heavy Silver Overlay Pottery Pitcher. Signed Sarreguemines. Made in Germany. Monogrammed. Measures 4" tall x 5" wide. In pristine condition. You are bidding at a live sale. Please read the terms and c

Revere Auctions

3 days Left
$3603 bids

Warren MacKenzie (1924-2018). Group of studio pottery including two jars and one platter. The stoneware platter features a dark brown decoration. The stoneware jars are lidded with a pink and orange-b

$1753 bids

Native American pottery olla/ jar, Acoma Pueblo, signed underfoot Chino (Corrine Chino, 20th c.), black-and-white geometric design, approx 7.5"h, 9.5"diam, 2.75lbs Start Price: $100.00

Hindman

17 hrs Left
$6503 bids

Vidal Aguliar(Kewa, b. 1972)Large Pottery Bowl, with Floral Design , 2002signed on base Vidal Aquilar Santo Domingo Pueblo N.M. with corn stalk hallmark and dated height 5-3/4 inches x diameter 16-1/2

$703 bids

comprising four vases, three cups, all signed. Largest: 5 3/4" high, 3 1/2" diameter. Light scuffing.

$2253 bids

Fulper Pottery (American). A studio art pottery triple handled lavender purple vase. Marked Fulper on base. SHIPPINGHill Auction Gallery will offer in-house continental USA shipping for $45 plus insur

Hindman

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$1003 bids

Large Acoma Pottery Jarsecond half 20th centurysigned on base LA - Acoma, N.M.height 13-1/2 inches x diameter 13 inchesProperty from the Collection of Barbara and Gabe Alovis, Scottsdale, Arizona

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$1003 bids

Neue Auctions

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$1103 bids

Four Pieces of Art Pottery, comprising a Roseville Zephyr Lily vase, marked 130-6, a Roseville wall pocket marked 1014-8, a Roseville Lotus Pottery vase, marked L3-10, and an R.Ransbottom, Roseville

$1503 bids

American hand-painted ceramic wig/ hat stand, Stangl Pottery Company, mid 20th c., having figural form with short curled blonde hair, rising on square wood base, bearing maker's stamp, approx 15"h, 7"

Hindman

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$1003 bids

Tesuque Pottery Rain Godsecond quarter 20th centuryseated figure with open mouth and ruffled hair, holding a jar on his lapheight 6-3/4 inches

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$1003 bids
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Pottery is one of the most ancient arts. It can take various forms such as tableware, kitchenware, decorative objects and outstanding pieces of art. The first people who experimented with clay were the ancient Egyptians, who used to transfer water in clay pots often decorated with primitive tools. They were also among the first to glaze their pottery items before putting them into kilns. Pottery can vary depending on different uses, eras and cultures, from earthenware and stoneware to Chinese porcelain and terra-cotta. China has such a long and distinguished history of producing all sorts of pottery. Throughout the centuries, many potters tried to mimic the techniques and replicate Chinese works, capturing the same beauty. Besides its unique beauty and exquisite craftsmanship, each pottery piece has its own story. Whether you want to en

 
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