Pottery & China

Country Antiques ... Most 18th and 19th century china we sell is English and much was imported into this part of the country. It was designed to appeal to the early German families who settled here and today is widely collected and sought after.

Redware pottery, indigenous to this part of the Country, is still produced today, notably by a handful of well known, talented Pennsylvania Potters. We're happy to include some here, despite the fact that it isn't antique.


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Original Turtlecreek Primitive Redware Pottery
Signed & Dated by  Phill Davis - 1993
'TULIP & Heart'  Sgraffito Plate

PRICE  $195.00

Antique Gaudy Ironstone Platter c.1850
Carnation Pattern
Flow Blue Decoration

Original Redware Pottery - Signed & Dated
by Lester Breininger - August 1974
'TULIPS'  Sgraffito Plate - Revivalist Samuel Troxel Design

Victorian Staffordshire Platter, William Baker & Co., c.1850
'SPIRAL' Pattern with Polychrome Decoration

Worcester - Flight Barr & Barr
Pair of Porcelain Platters
'Butterfly & Fern' Handpainted & Gilded

Rare Antique Staffordshire Platter c.1850
'Missouri' Pattern by Barker & Son Burslem, England
Mulberry Transferware - Greyhound Dogs

Marechal Neil Pattern Transferware
W. H. Grindley C. 1891 - Set of 6 Plates

A Rare Antique Staffordshire Platter
Livesley & Powell - Hanley, England - c.1851
'Paradise' Pattern with Polychrome Decoration

Lester Breininger Original Redware Pottery
Large Sgraffito Charger - Dated 1979
Mounted Officer with Sword
After David Spinner (c.1800)

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