Pacific Hostess Ware Tea Pot CA583

As simple as a cartoon. And as eternally enjoyable. 4" high, spout-to-handle width 8". Price on request. The below excerpt is from "Depression Tableware Hardly Depressing!" by Jeffrey B. Snyder (http://www.thegavel.net/table.html): "The primary plant for the Pacific Clay Products Company was located in the Lincoln Heights district of Los Angeles, California. William Lacy brought together several disparate potteries ...

Roseville Dogwood Pedestal SOLD CA565

Roseville is one of THE touchstone potteries in America and this Dogwood design one of its most iconic. Turn of the century decor often operated from a more-is-more aesthetic, but it took a lot of elegance and taste to make that work, and Roseville really hit that sweet spot. As a pedestal for a pot, this might ...

Pacific Pottery Hostess Ware Goblets Set of 10 CA559

The secret of pottery tumblers, glasses and goblets is that cold drinks stay cooler in them. And water tastes better. We swear. And, of course, pottery from this period looks great always. The great glazes and the fabulous forms. And these goblets prefer open shelving: they're quite the little show-offs. It's a fantastic set. Price on ...

Spanish Revival Glazed Garden Pots CA554

Superbly rendered Renaissance motifs adorn this classical pair of garden pots. The wear they show fhas finally bestowed on them the antiquity they originally claimed, time and use have only added to their charm and beauty. The palm and the oranges garlanding them link them eternally to California. And they're meant to be used. 16" diameter, 12" ...

Stangl Hand-thrown Lamp w. Mica Shade L589

Absolutely splendid lamp, and the accompanying mica shade completes it perfectly. The twisted handles are particularly appealing and we're definitely enamored of the gorgeous orange glaze. A little of the now brittle leather whipstitching has fallen off in just a few places on only one of the top rim edges of the lampshade. Otherwise the shade is in ...