Glazed Patterned Dinnerware
  1. Black-Eyed Susan's Antiques

    Niderviller Mousse Oyster Plates - Set of 6

    More Details Midcentury set of six French Faïence oyster plates, circa 1950-1960. Made by the Niderviller Faïencery in the majolica glazed, Mousse pattern in swirled earth tones of greens, ochre and black, topped with a white spatter. Hand-painted and molded with six oyster wells surrounding a central well for either lemons or a dipping sauce.The maker’s mark on the verso, peinte main, France. Excellent condition.
  2. Anna Hackathorn

    Gold Chargers/Plates - Set of 6 - Anna Hackathorn

    More Details Beautiful set with floral motif etched in an all-over pattern. These appear to be ceramic with a metallic glazed finish, which has taken on a lovely patina. No markings on bottom. finish has darkened in places, 1 plate has a more noticeable mark.
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    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 ...
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    19th C. Marbelized Ironstone Plate

    More Details An Ironstone, twelve sided plate in a ‘Marble’ or ‘Cracked Ice' pattern. A tissue printed sheet pattern, applied under the glaze on a white stoneware body showing nice bluing. Each plate varies slightly in intensity of color.Impressed on the verso, ‘Read Ironstone’ Attributed to Jonah Read – Hanley, Staffordshire, England, Circa 1833–1839. Excellent antique condition, the expected very light roughing to the rims.
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    English Majolica Begonia Leaf Plate

    More Details English majolica begonia leaf plate, circa 1875. Bold glazing with bright green rims. The center shows a pattern of raised mold work, mimicking the crinkling and veining found on a begonia leaf. One short, stable hairline on the rim of one plate.
  6. Fleur de Lex Antiques

    Antique English Salt-Glaze Pitcher - Fleur de Lex Antiques

    More Details Antique salt-glazed stoneware pitcher with a scenic pattern. Slight discoloration around the base.
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    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.
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    George Jones Tortoiseshell Oyster Plate

    More Details Rare six-well majolica glazed oyster plate, George Jones, Stoke-on-Trent, England, circa 1870. Palissy style, six scallop shaped wells in a mottled tortoiseshell glaze separated by bands of spiral shells and seaweed. Center white shell-shaped sauce well. Green and brown mottled glazing on the verso, a small unglazed area or ‘thumbprint’ with a pattern number written in black ink, distinctive to George Jones pieces.
  9. The Moroccan Room

    Andalusian Ceramic Pitcher - The Moroccan Room

    More Details Handcrafted and glazed ceramic pitcher. Features an intricately hand-painted Moorish pattern in a traditional Andalusian color combination with ornate details. Made in Fez, Morocco. No maker's mark.
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    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.
  11. The Emporium Ltd.

    Gladding McBean California Pitcher - The Emporium Ltd.

    More Details Rare 1930s/1940s Gladding McBean California pottery pitcher in the company's coveted Cocinero pattern. Its glossy redwood glaze marks this piece as uniquely Gladding McBean. Marked "GMcB" within the company oval mark used beginning in 1934 and marked "Made in U.S.A."