Sunday, November 20, 2011

Other found treasures


Haeger USA 0303, medium-sized, medium green planter, in great condition.  This goes in the "sell" pile.


Medium green, three-footed planter, 402-USA, no manufacturer, in very nice condition.  
Also, going in the "sell"pile.


Unmarked, deep green, lovely shape- this goes into my collection!


Isn't this a silly piece?  This olive green jalopy planter is marked 532 Floraline USA. 
I am NOT keeping this!


Small, unmarked cream planter with raised floral design.  
This might end up in my white pottery collection.


I must really like this gravy boat because I already have one in my china cabinet- duh!
The emblem reads Veterans Administration 1930.  
On the bottom:  Shenango China, New Castle, PA 


An 8-inch oval plate with gold flowers and leaves.  Marked:  Edwin M. Knowles #477.
Going in the "sell" pile.


And then there were three...  I bought FOUR of these glasses at the flea market.  
Unfortunately, the fourth glass either broke in transit or in my garage pile mess.  The flea market vendor had 7 of these glasses and I picked the most pristine 4 to buy- in hindsight, I wish I had grabbed a fifth glass as an extra.  The design features profiles of all the U.S. Presidents up to Dwight D. Eisenhower- so patriotic!


Here's SOME of my green pottery (using the pool table as a sorting surface).  
I kept most of these, but did part with a few pieces.  

2 comments:

Heather said...

Ooh, you have some gorgeous pieces. Green pottery is my "thing." :)

JunkStuffTreasures said...

Glad to find a kindred spirit. I have 4 more big containers filled with pottery (wrapped in newspaper, so I have no idea what pieces they are). Can't wait until I have time to unwrap them and love them again!