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Owens Pottery Utopian Twist Floral Vase (Artist Signed Tot Steele)

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Attractive Owens Pottery Utopian twist floral vase.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Artist signed on body TS for Tot Steele.   Bottom marked with OWENS, UTOPIAN and 115.  Vase is 6" tall and 3" wide.  NICE! 
$160.00
Owens Pottery Utopian Vase 105 (Artist Signed)

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Very nice Owens Pottery Utopian vase.  Attractive form beautifully decorated with excellent detail and color.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage, or repair of any kind.   Bottom marked with OWENS UTOPIAN and 105 3.  Vase 4" tall and 3 3/4" wide.  Bottom artist signed with what looks like a long FF for Frank Ferrell.  

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$130.00
Owens Utopian Pottery Corn Jug

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Owens Utopian Pottery jug decorated with an ear of corn. Good mold, color and glaze.   EXCELLENT CONDITION. There is a small and harmless repair to the rim of the spout.  No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Jug is 7 1/2" tall and 5" wide.  ESTATE FRESH!

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$130.00
Ozark Pottery Bulbous Closed Rim Vase by Charles Stehm

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Striking bulbous closed rim arts and crafts Ozark Pottery vase by Charles Stehm.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with  EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK and STEHM.  Vase is 3 1/4" tall and 3 1/4 wide.  <br><br>  
Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.  <br><br>Charles Stehm who founded Ozark Pottery made high quality arts and crafts and mission swirl art pottery between 1925 and 1927 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  Ozark Pottery was a direct and significant competitor to Niloak in the mission swirl art pottery market.  In part to reduce the impact Stehm and Ozark Pottery was having on Niloak's  business, Charles Hyten from Niloak obtained the rights to the mission swirl technique by securing Niloak as a trademark and obtaining a patent on the process of swirl art pottery production.  This essentially put Charles Stehm's Ozark Pottery out of business.  It is widely believed that Niloak aggressively went after Stehm and threatened to sue him if he continued to make swirl art pottery.  Ozark Pottery ceased production by the end of 1927 just before Niloak received its patent on the swirl process.   <br><br>
David Gifford in his book The Collector's Encyclopedia of Niloak states that Charles Stehm was a craftsman of many talents.  In the February 19, 1926 issue of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat in an article titled "Handmade Ozark Pottery Made from Native Clays, New Northwest Arkansas Industry" Stehm discussed the start of his pottery.  Stehm stated "I probably never would have become a potter, however, if I could have gotten the agency for Niloak in my Eureka Springs store. I found I needed pottery so I went out, found my clays, and became a potter."
<br><br>The significant difference between Ozark and Niloak is that the clay swirls on Ozark rotate counter clockwise while Niloak swirls rotate clockwise.  In other respects the art pottery of is similar in technical and aesthetic characteristics.  
The production of Ozark Pottery was extremely limited and is considered very rare and highly sought-after by collectors.  In Gifford's Niloak book he states, most of the dozen or so known pieces of Ozark Pottery are dated 1926 or 1927.<br><br>  
Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.  
$250.00
Ozark Pottery Speckled Low Vase

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Rare, hand-thrown speckled Ozark Pottery low vase.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with OZARK, EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK, STEHM and 5-5-27.  Vase is 2 3/4" tall and 4" wide.  
Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.  Charles Stehm who founded Ozark Pottery made high quality arts and crafts and mission swirl art pottery between 1925 and 1927 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  Ozark Pottery was a direct and significant competitor to Niloak in the mission swirl art pottery market.  In part to reduce the impact Stehm and Ozark Pottery was having on Niloak's  business, Charles Hyten from Niloak obtained the rights to the mission swirl technique by securing Niloak as a trademark and obtaining a patent on the process of swirl art pottery production.  This essentially put Charles Stehm's Ozark Pottery out of business.  It is widely believed that Niloak aggressively went after Stehm and threatened to sue him if he continued to make swirl art pottery.  Ozark Pottery ceased production by the end of 1927 just before Niloak received its patent on the swirl process.   

The significant difference between Ozark and Niloak is that the clay swirls on Ozark rotate counter clockwise while Niloak swirls rotate clockwise.  In other respects the art pottery of is similar in technical and aesthetic characteristics.  
The production of Ozark Pottery was extremely limited and is considered very rare and highly sought-after by collectors.  In Gifford's Niloak book he states, most of the dozen or so known pieces of Ozark Pottery are dated 1926 or 1927.


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$395.00
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Ozark Pottery Three Men Portrait Vase By Charles Stehm

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Rare and exceptional Ozark Pottery scenic vase with three distinct hand carved portraits of three men. One with a bandage on his face and derby hat; the second with a bandages on his face and noticable bump on the back of his head; and the third a long nosed, long necked man with a tie.   NEAR MINT CONDITION.   Pinpoint fleck to rim.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with OZARK, EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK, STEHM and 5-15-27.  Vase is 4 1/2" tall and 3 3/4" wide.  <br><br>  
Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.  <br><br>Charles Stehm who founded Ozark Pottery made high quality arts and crafts and mission swirl art pottery between 1925 and 1927 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  Ozark Pottery was a direct and significant competitor to Niloak in the mission swirl art pottery market.  In part to reduce the impact Stehm and Ozark Pottery was having on Niloak's  business, Charles Hyten from Niloak obtained the rights to the mission swirl technique by securing Niloak as a trademark and obtaining a patent on the process of swirl art pottery production.  This essentially put Charles Stehm's Ozark Pottery out of business.  It is widely believed that Niloak aggressively went after Stehm and threatened to sue him if he continued to make swirl art pottery.  Ozark Pottery ceased production by the end of 1927 just before Niloak received its patent on the swirl process.   <br><br>
David Gifford in his book The Collector's Encyclopedia of Niloak states that Charles Stehm was a craftsman of many talents.  In the February 19, 1926 issue of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat in an article titled "Handmade Ozark Pottery Made from Native Clays, New Northwest Arkansas Industry" Stehm discussed the start of his pottery.  Stehm stated "I probably never would have become a potter, however, if I could have gotten the agency for Niloak in my Eureka Springs store. I found I needed pottery so I went out, found my clays, and became a potter."
<br><br>The significant difference between Ozark and Niloak is that the clay swirls on Ozark rotate counter clockwise while Niloak swirls rotate clockwise.  In other respects the art pottery of is similar in technical and aesthetic characteristics.  
The production of Ozark Pottery was extremely limited and is considered very rare and highly sought-after by collectors.  In Gifford's Niloak book he states, most of the dozen or so known pieces of Ozark Pottery are dated 1926 or 1927.<br><br>  
Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.  
$695.00
Ozark Stehm Niloak Swirl Style Pottery Tall Dome Incense Burner

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Very rare Ozark Pottery tall dome shaped incense burner. Nice shape with great colors. CLEAN and MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with OZARK, EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK, STEHM AND 11-27. Incense burner is 4" tall and 2 1/2" wide.

Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.

Charles Stehm who founded Ozark Pottery made high quality arts and crafts and mission swirl art pottery between 1925 and 1927 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Ozark Pottery was a direct and significant competitor to Niloak in the mission swirl art pottery market. In part to reduce the impact Stehm and Ozark Pottery was having on Niloak's business, Charles Hyten from Niloak obtained the rights to the mission swirl technique by securing Niloak as a trademark and obtaining a patent on the process of swirl art pottery production. This essentially put Charles Stehm's Ozark Pottery out of business. It is widely believed that Niloak aggressively went after Stehm and threatened to sue him if he continued to make swirl art pottery. Ozark Pottery ceased production by the end of 1927 just before Niloak received its patent on the swirl process.

David Gifford in his book The Collector's Encyclopedia of Niloak states that Charles Stehm was a craftsman of many talents. In the February 19, 1926 issue of the Fayetteville Daily Democrat in an article titled "Handmade Ozark Pottery Made from Native Clays, New Northwest Arkansas Industry" Stehm discussed the start of his pottery. Stehm stated "I probably never would have become a potter, however, if I could have gotten the agency for Niloak in my Eureka Springs store. I found I needed pottery so I went out, found my clays, and became a potter."

The significant difference between Ozark and Niloak is that the clay swirls on Ozark rotate counter clockwise while Niloak swirls rotate clockwise. In other respects the art pottery of is similar in technical and aesthetic characteristics. The production of Ozark Pottery was extremely limited and is considered very rare and highly sought-after by collectors. In Gifford's Niloak book he states, most of the dozen or so known pieces of Ozark Pottery are dated 1926 or 1927.

Just Art Pottery is pleased to offer an important collection of this rarely seen and historically significant arts and crafts pottery.
$395.00
Palshus Mid Century Modern Covered Jar

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Good mid century modern Palshus Pottery covered jar with incised design to body. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked Palshus, Denmark, PL-S, 208. Covered jar is 3 1/2" tall and 4" wide.
$110.00
Palshus Scandinavian Art Pottery Vase (Linnemann-Schmidt)

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Great mid century modern Scandinavian Art Palshus Pottery vase.  MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage, or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked Palshus, Denmark, PLS for Per Linneman-Schmidt and 403.  Vase is 6" tall and 2 1/4" wide.  Palshus was started by Per Linneman-Schmidt and his wife Annelise in Denmark in 1948.  The early pieces of Palshus consist of simple arts and crafts style form in superior matte glazes in browns, green, blue, and cream.   Later examples of Palshus are typically rough glazed pieces with incising and other decoration.  Palshus Pottery closed its door in the early 1970s.  Examples of Palshus are now highly sought-after by Scandinavian and European art pottery collectors.  
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$225.00
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Paul Katrich Pottery Circles Luster Vase

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Striking Paul Katrich Pottery circles luster vase. Great design and color.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with raised Katrich wafer.  Originally labeled vessel #1363.  Vase is 6 3/4" tall and 4" wide.   SUPER PIECE!
$595.00
Paul Katrich Pottery Luster and Volcanic Glaze

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Superior Paul Katrich Pottery luster vase with areas of volcanic glaze.  Exceptional color and glaze.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with raised Katrich wafer and labeled vessel #113.  Vase is 5 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" wide.   
$595.00
Paul Katrich Pottery Luster Vase

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Paul Katrich Pottery luster vase.  Exceptional color and design.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with raised Katrich wafer. Originally labeled vessel #1360.  Vase is 5 3/4" tall and 4 1/4" wide. 
$595.00
Paul Katrich Pottery Luster Vase

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Paul Katrich Pottery luster vase.  Exceptional color and glaze.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with raised Katrich wafer. Originally labeled vessel #1251.  Vase is 6 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" wide.

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$345.00
Paul Katrich Pottery Orange and Yellow Luster Vase

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Paul Katrich Pottery covered in a stunning, flowing orange and yellow luster vase. MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with raised Katrich wafer. Originally labeled vessel #913.  Vase is 5 1/4" tall and 4 1/2" wide.    This vase was exhibited in 2009 at the Zanesville Art Museum for a special show of "Ceramics from a Private Collection".
$595.00
Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery Glossy Black Vase

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Good Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery vase in a nice glossy black glaze.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with Paul Revere Pottery logo.  Vase is 3 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" wide.
$195.00
Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery Glossy Blue Bowl

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Nice and good sized Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery bowl in a nice glossy blue glaze.  EXCELLENT CONDITION. There is a very tight 2" hairline at the rim that is very hard to see even under close inspection and a couple of harmless color skips to rim.  No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with Paul Revere Pottery logo, dated 12/23 and artist cipher.  Bowl is 2 1/2" tall and 8 1/2" wide.  ESTATE FRESH and SHOWS VERY WELL!
$125.00
Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery Matte Green Vase

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Rare Paul Revere Saturday Evening Girls Pottery vase covered in a good matte green glaze.  CLEAN and EXCELLENT CONDITION.  There is a drill hole in the base.  No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with Paul Revere Pottery logo.  Vase is 4 1/2" tall and 4" wide.  NICE!
$185.00
Paul Webb Imperial Porcelain Corp. Zanesville Ohio Pottery Rabbit Hunt Pitcher

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Vintage and highly decorative 1940s Imperial Porcelain Corp. pitcher titled RABBIT HUNT by Paul Webb. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with COPYRIGHT1948, Imperial Porcelain Corp., ZANESVILLE OHIO, Hand Crafted, U. S. A. and No. 98. Pitcher marked with RABBIT HUNT and artist cipher P. Webb. Pitcher is 6" tall and 8 1/4" wide. Paul Webb was the artist for a series of items titled Blue Ridge Mountain Boys. a takeoff on the Li'l Abner strip.
$75.00
Pennsbury Pottery Nuthatch Bird Figurine (Artist signed)

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Cute little Pennsbury Pottery Nuthatch bird figurine.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with PENNSBURY POTTERY, 110, artist cipher E.H., and NUTHATCH.  Figurine is 3 1/2" tall and 3" wide.
$55.00
Peter Ipsen Danish Arts and Crafts Pottery Nouveau Mushroom Vase 616

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Tall and rare Peter Ipsen Danish Pottery vase with stylized nouveau mushroom motif. Superior artwork and colors. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with P. Ipsen, Kjobenhavn and 616. Vase is 12 1/2" tall and 5" wide. VERY DECORATIVE and ESTATE FRESH!
$395.00
Peters and Reed Moss Aztec Art Pottery Dragonfly Bowl

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Very nice and clean Peters and Reed Moss Aztec Art Pottery dragonfly bowl.  Good mold and color. Nice matte green highlights. CLEAN and MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bowl is 2 1/4" tall and 6" wide.  ESTATE FRESH!
$75.00
Peters and Reed Pottery Ivory Window Box 384

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Large and very decorative Peters and Reed Pottery Ivory scenic window box.  EXCELLENT CONDITION.  There are minor repairs to three base corners.  No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Window box is 5 1/2" tall and 6 1/2 wide and 13 1/2" long.  
$104.00
Peters and Reed Pottery Matte Green Low Bowl

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Nice Peters and Reed Pottery matte green low bowl.  Good color.  FACTORY ORIGINAL CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Factory glaze and color skips to the base and firing pits to interior as shown.  Bowl is 2" tall and 6 1/2" in diameter.
$50.00
Peters and Reed Pottery Moss Aztec Vase

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Attractive Peters and Reed Pottery Moss Aztec floral vase.  Great mold, color and glaze.  Nice matte green highlights.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Vase is 4 3/4" tall and 6 1/4" wide.  ESTATE FRESH!
$100.00
Peters and Reed Pottery Shadow Ware Vase

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Highly decorative Peters and Reed Pottery Shadow Ware vase. Great form, color and glaze. There are two short, tight and hard to see hairline cracks at the rim. No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with logo. Vase is 9" tall and 5" wide. SHOWS WELL and ESTATE FRESH!
$100.00
Pewabic Pottery Blue Glaze Cabinet Vase

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Very nice Pewabic Pottery cabinet vase in a good blue glaze.  EXCELLENT CONDITION.  Tiny glaze bruise nick to rim.  We had a factory stilt chip to the base professionally repaired.  No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with Pewabic logo.  Vase is 3 1/4" tall and 3 1/2" wide.
$225.00
Pewabic Pottery Bottle Shaped Blue Vase

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Rare Pewabic Pottery arts and crafts vase covered in a nice flowing and mottled blue glaze. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with Pewabic Detroit circular logo. Vase is 6 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" wide.
$395.00
Pfaltzgraff Pottery Matte Blue Vase 212

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Nice and early 1930s Pfaltzgraff Pottery matte blue vase. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom stamped and marked 212. Vase is 3 3/4" tall and 4 1/2" wide.
$50.00
Pillin Pottery Portrait Black and White Woman and Child Wall Plaque

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Beautiful and very rare Pillin Pottery wall plaque with original frame.  Super color and artwork.  EXCELLENT CONDITION.  There are little nicks on the front and back on the side where the side clip held the plaque to the frame.  Very minor and no other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Plaque is 16 3/4" tall and 8" wide.  Frame is 24" tall and 14 1/2" wide.  Signed on front Polia Pillin.  Plaque will be shipped separately from the frame. Buyer will need to secure at least one new clip for the side of the plaque.  Very rare, investment quality find and ESTATE FRESH from the collection of a Pillin family friend.
$2,750.00
Pillin Pottery Two Women and a Horse Vase

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Large and striking Pillin Pottery vase decorated with two woman, a tree and a horse.  Wonderful artwork with super colors.  MINT CONDITION.  No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Normal crazing.  Bottom marked with Pillin.  Vase is 12 1/2" tall and 3 3/4" wide. 
$1,095.00

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