A fantastic mid-century modern, green glazed pottery jar, crafted in Italy by Ceramiche Nicola Fasano. One of the times most sought after ceramicist and one of his most sought after designs. The green glaze is in amazing condition and adds a fantastic texture to any space. Stamped on the bottom with the logo first used in 1968. Lacks visible damage and is in wonderful condition. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a better look at this fabulous decor jar.
This charming vintage vase has some great neoclassical details. A large flower shape forms the top edge of the vase and the sides with red paint accentuating the forms. A colorful portrait with a gold perimeter graces the center of the vase. This would be perfect for flowers or simply a decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the neat details.
This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and green tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole. This pitcher would be wonderful in the kitchen or as a unique decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the unique designs.
This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and orange tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole; spirals and zig-zags contrasting and emphasized with light layers of darker paint. This pitcher would be wonderful in the kitchen or as a unique decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the unique designs.
This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and orange tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole; some are light and shaped like falling leaves, others are deep with worn green paint. Decades of life and use have given this pitcher a great antique quality, a few visible chips around the rim are proof. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This lovely petite yellow pitcher is the perfect antique accessory to add to any kitchen or home decor! A well shaped spout and sturdy handle give it great functionality. It has a nice organic look with a painted flower flanked by green leaves and raised stripes around the top. The glaze has few signs of wear and a great patina from decades of use. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.
This unglazed terracotta bowl is beautifully primitive and massive. The natural color of the terracotta is still bright, despite the years of use it’s endured. Please view the detailed images to see more.
A wonderful early 20th century white ironstone pitcher, from Staffordshire, England, circa 1920. Having raised stripes that encircle the vessel, this mono-chromed white pitcher will add a touch of rustic sophistication to any room. It would be a welcomed addition to your coffee service. Stamped Lord Nelson Pottery.
A darling pair of ironstone dairy pitchers, made in Staffordshire, England circa 1920. The pitchers have a wonderful banded design that provides an elevated sophistication without a hint of pretentiousness. They are simply delightful and would make a special addition to your coffee service. The pitchers have a crackled finish throughout and a slight discoloration that provides the crocks with a distinctly unique patination.
Colorful, glazed striations cover this 19th century French terracotta vessel. Stripes in green and burgundies drip down the buttercream-yellow glazed jar, decorating it from lip to base. Take a look at the pot’s detailed photos for a clear depiction of the antique’s individual character and condition.
This is a French 19th century terracotta jar with a partial green glaze. It has handles on either side to make it easier to lift. The vessel was used for storage. Each one of these storage jars is unique. It would make a nice decorative piece for the home or garden.
Green glazed confit jar for storing meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on the top half of the exterior and on the inside. While the exterior is green, the interior is glazed in yellow. The bottom half of the exterior is unglazed as it was often buried in the ground to help preserve the meat. Each of these are unique with parts of the glaze missing and the clay showing through.
Here are three, extremely versatile large antique Italian pots. Handmade from Italy, these glazed pots are sometimes called Top Hats and would be perfect indoors or outdoors. They are a beautiful creamy-beige glazed ceramic, rustic vase with two handles and an amazing patinated finish.
French Provincial charm pours out of this delightful 19th century antique wire basket that features a vividly-colored majolica plate that serves as the basket’s bowl. The plate is blue and green in color and depicts grape leaves, vines, tendrils and a couple colorful clusters of their fruit. The wire basket has twisted handles and little looped feet that lift it slightly. This decorative antique could be set out for display or hung on the wall.