Antique Glazed Serveware
  1. Hedgerow Antiques

    French Glazed Water Pitcher - Hedgerow Antiques

    More Details French glazed pottery pitcher with incised rings as simple decoration. No maker's mark. Pitcher measures 8" across at its widest part but 5" diameter at the base.
  2. Stucco Mansion Antiques

    Antique Quimper Large Serving Bowl - Stucco Mansion Antiques

    More Details Large Quimper serving bowl hand-painted with woman in center surrounded by stylized flowers. Foot rim has been pierced for wall hanging, or can be set on display. Stand not included. Maker's mark on underside. One small rim chip, three glaze misses in manufacture.
  3. Rose Victoria

    Antique English Pierced Edge Basket - Rose Victoria

    More Details Antique English Staffordshire pierced edge serving basket. Made circa 1830. Earthenware body with pearlware glaze. Overall condition is very good in light of the age and delicate nature of this type of pottery. No maker's mark. minor damages/flaws as shown in photos.
  4. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    Josiah Wedgwood Fern Leaf Bowl

    More Details Josiah Wedgwood majolica deep bowl, circa 1890. Palm leaf-shaped and glazed in varying shades of green with a mustard yellow glazed fern frond molded across the top. Verso is glazed with brown mottling on white. Marked underside.
  5. Countryside Antiques

    19th-C. French Glazed Jug - Countryside Antiques

    More Details 19th-century French hand-thrown green-and-beige jug. Age wear, minor glaze loss.
  6. Stucco Mansion Antiques

    Antique Majolica Aesthetic Platter - Stucco Mansion Antiques

    More Details Antique majolica handled wall or serving tray in Japanese fan and bird pattern. Stand not included. No maker's mark. Glaze crazing and some light stain.
  7. Vermilion Designs

    Antique Majolica Leaf Pitcher - Vermilion Designs

    More Details Antique English majolica ceramic double-glazed leaf pitcher. No maker's mark. Light surface wear.
  8. Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    Antique English Mochaware Pitcher - Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    More Details English mochaware pitcher, circa 1850. Handmade and hand-painted in Staffordshire, England. Features wide colored bands and an applied handle. No maker's mark. Chip on base, glaze pop.
  9. Chez Vous

    Antique French Transferware Tureen - Chez Vous

    More Details Antique French creamware tureen with green floral accents. . The mark of UandCie, Sarregueminesas early as 1900.Very good with no chips; age related crazing inside the bowl, minor glaze flaws, hairline crack on lip
  10. Rose Victoria

    Antique George Jones Majolica Game Dish - Rose Victoria

    More Details Antique English George Jones majolica game tureen. George Jones produced the finest quality majolica. It has the quality, deep colors and thick glaze that he is known for. Maker's mark on underside.
  11. Rose Victoria

    Antique Majolica Serving Plates with Birds - Rose Victoria

    More Details Pair of antique English majolica serving plates with birds. Raised rope edge detailing. No maker's mark. Light wear, crazing, glaze flake on one edge.
  12. Rose Victoria

    Antique French Asparagus Cradle - Rose Victoria

    More Details Antique French asparagus cradle. Unusual shape and form with glossy majolica glaze. Wells at either end of plate to gather juices and butter. No maker's mark. Crazing, minor edge wear.
  13. Rose Victoria

    Antique English Flow Blue Platters - Set of 4 - Rose Victoria

    More Details Set of four English flow blue platters. Maker's mark on underside. Dimensions: Extra large platter, 18"L x 13.25"W x 1.5"H; large, 16.5"L x 12"W x 1.5"H; medium, 14.5"L x 10.5"W x 1.5"H; small, 11.75"L x 8.75"W x 1"H. Light wear, crazing, minor glaze flaws.
  14. Rose Victoria

    Antique Copeland Spode Platters - Set of 4 - Rose Victoria

    $299.00 $595.00 $299.00
    More Details Set of four small flow blue platters. Made circa 1840. Made by Copeland and Garrett, (Founded by Josiah Spode: c.1770) Maker's mark on bottom. Light wear, minor glaze flaws.
  15. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    French Dragonfly Asparagus Platter

    More Details Rare barbotine majolica glazed, deep oval Dragonfly Asparagus platter, France, circa 1880-1890, attributed to Saint-Armand- les-Eaux.Yellow ochre and brown Dragonfly in flight over a complex, overlapping pattern of asparagus spears and leaves in shades of green on a cream ground. The tips of the spears are sporadically glazed in a deep purple.Reference: pg. 148, Artichauts et Asperges en Barbotine, Maryse BotteroVery good antique condition, the expected minor darkening to areas of the rim.
  16. Artifax Antiques

    English Ironstone Chinoiserie Pitcher - Artifax Antiques

    More Details Antique English chinoiserie ironstone transferware pitcher. Marked "HH and M Chusan" on underside. Light glaze wear.
  17. Chez Vous

    Portuguese Coimbra Tureen - Chez Vous

    More Details Vintage hand-painted glazed terracotta tureen four at an antique market in the south of France. Marked: 97A ; VAO Coimbra Portugal SECXVII MR. Tureen, 9"W x 5"D x 4" high; tureen with lid, 9"W x 5"D x 7"H. Old repair on lid handle, minor glaze flaws.
  18. Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    French Onnaing Pig & Ham Pitcher - Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    More Details French Onnaing majolica pitcher, circa 1880. The pitcher is in the form of a pig dressed as a Roman emperor with a laurel crown and a ham dangling from a ribbon on his belt. The handle is entwined with laurel leaves. Glaze base pop.
  19. Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    19th-C. Orange Peel Jug - Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    More Details 19th-century stoneware pottery jug with the "orange peel" and "turkey droppings" salt glaze. Found in Minnesota. Impressed "D" initial maker's mark near the handle.
  20. Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    19th-C. French Pitcher - Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    More Details 19th-century French terracotta pitcher with a mustard yellow glaze. Originally used for holding water or olive oil. No maker's mark. Two old hairline cracks.
  21. Rose Victoria

    English Stoneware Fence & Vine Wine Jug - Rose Victoria

    $95.00 $185.00 $95.00
    More Details Antique English salt glazed pewter lid wine jug in a fence and vine pattern. Impressed maker's mark on underside. Light wear.
  22. Rose Victoria

    Antique French Terra Cotta Olive Oil Jug - Rose Victoria

    More Details Large antique French terra cotta olive oil jug. Half glazed outside, fully glazed inside. With the fully glazed interior it would make an ideal outdoor water jug. No maker's mark. Wear and flaws from outdoor use, see photos.
  23. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    Wedgwood Sunflower Platter - 1874

    More Details Wedgwood majolica green-glazed platter. A classic mold showing a central sunflower head against a basket-weave ground. Overlapping sunflower leaves are at each corner of the server. The handles are also molded to imitate a woven basket. The deep green glaze pools beautifully into the dimensional mold work. Marked with impressed Wedgwood and a date code of ‘C’ for the year 1874.
  24. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    19th-C. Armorial Faïence Sauce Boat

    More Details A French faïence armorial sauce boat, Alcide Chaumeil, circa 1880 – 1890. Hand decorated with a French heraldic crest, fleur de lis, and the customary border, the boat is fixed to a bottom tray. Glazed in vibrant colors, marked CH 773. Faint age line to the interior of the boat, a teeny flea bite on the footing rim, more felt then seen.
  25. Chez Vous

    French Blue & White Tureen - Chez Vous

    More Details Vintage French transferware two-handled lidded tureen discovered in a Brussels antique market. Mark of St. Amand faience in northern France c.1930.Very good condition; minor wear, tiny chip and glaze flaw on the rim of bowl.Overall w/ lid, 10.5"L x 8.5"W x 10"H; without lid, 10.5"L x 8.5"W x 5.5"H.
  26. Vermilion Designs

    English Esso Faience Leaf Pitcher - Vermilion Designs

    More Details Antique English Esso Faience ceramic leaf pitcher with handle and spout. Handcrafted abstract and stylized leaf design on the body. Rigid geometric contrasting green handle. Marked "James Macintyre and Co. ltd., Esso Faience, Burslem England" on the underside. Crack on marking on the underside is part of glazing. Tiny crazing, patina, wear, and minor glaze chip on handle.
  27. Rose Victoria

    1820s Feather-Edge Creamware Soup Tureen - Rose Victoria

    More Details Antique Creamware soup tureen with pearlware glaze. It is extremely rare to find the large feather edge pieces, as they are so fragile and most have not survived past the 19th century. Restoration is to the foot. The bowl is completely intact and would be suitable for light use (has a very good "ring"). Made circa 1820s. No maker's mark.
  28. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    English Majolica Asparagus Server

    More Details Late-19th-century English majolica asparagus cradle with an attached undertray. A ribboned bunch of asparagus makes up the pierced drainer, the undertray has a wave-like pattern with a nautical rope border. Book Reference: pg. 142 , “Artichauts et Asperges en Barbotine” by Maryse Bottero. Light glaze loss to the end asparagus of the cradle.
  29. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    Sarreguemines Corn Tureen

    More Details A French majolica covered tureen formed as an ear of corn, the handle and footing molded as corn husks. Sarreguemines, circa 1940s. Realistically molded and charming on the table, bright, bold glazing in green and yellow.The base is impressed Sarreguemines, France. A missed glaze spot on the lower rim, a kiln effect in the making. Very good conditions.
  30. Ballyhoo

    Antique Chinese Matte Black Pottery Jug - Ballyhoo

    More Details Antique Chinese handmade pottery jug originally used for food storage. Features an engraved floral design and patinated gray glaze. Mouth opening, 4.25"Dia.
  31. Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    19th-C. English Brandy Cask Dispenser - Faded Rose Antiques LLC

    More Details 19th-century English Doulton Lambeth salt-glazed stoneware brandy barrel with brass spigot. Maker's impressed mark on the top along with the number 2. The front has a shield decoration with rampart lions and "Brandy" written below the shield. Light wear.
  32. Chez Vous

    Gien Dessert & Salad Serving Set - 22 Pcs - Chez Vous

    More Details Black-and-white transferware 11-piece dessert serving set. Gien's "Les Jours de Guignon" 8.5"Dia plates were assembled from French antique markets and contain one each of #4, 9, and 10 and two each of #2, 7, 11 and 12 in the series. 10 forks: 5.8"L x 1"W; silver-plate server, 10.5"L x 2.25"W. Marks: blue glazed Gien mark on the underside, fabrication 1844 - 1849; forks, Intl Silver "HSC1," from 1928; dessert server, Wm. A. Rogers "Malibu" from ...
  33. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    Italian Nove Rose Fretwork Platter

    More Details In the Rose pattern from the Barrettoni già Antonibon pottery in Nove, Italy, a decorative oval platter showing cut fretwork, hand applied flowers, braided handles, and hand painted decoration. Dimensional and brightly glazed, the rim shows the line and dot pattern distinctive to this type of Italian ceramics. Early 20th Century, hand signed on the verso. A chip to the rear rim, seen as glaze loss on the front. Light losses to the high points ...