A0000 : American Belleek Willets twig handled, pinched ewer Willets $400.00
Category : Pottery and Porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Willets
This ewer is hand painted and has the Willets Belleek factory decorated red mark (1879-1909). Robinson and Feeny in the “Official Price Guide to American Pottery and Porcelain” (1980) write that the mark was usually found on smaller items, often decorated with small roses (like those on the vase). The ewer is in mint condition.
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A0084 : American Belleek Columbian Art Pottery heart shaped box Morris and Willmore $75.00
Category : Pottery and Porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Morris and Willmore
The box is approximately 3 1/4" long by 3" wide and 1 3/4" high. The decoration is transfer with some painted strokes on the wings and ribbons. It has the Morris and Willmore, crown mark. Morris and Willmore boxes are very difficult to find. We have not seen one in years.
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A0112 : American Belleek, hand painted,ruffled edge bowl Willets $400.00
Category : Pottery and porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Willets
The 8” by 4 ¼” bowl has hand painted roses, and heavily painted blue enamel dots in a gold net like pattern. The base is marked with the mold number 413. It has Willets brown mark (1879-1909). It is also initialed N.J. This bowl was purchased from a descendent of N. J. Case along with many other examples of her china painting. She was a very talented amateur china painting artist and normally signed her work N.J. Case. There is very minor wear on the tip one handle.
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A0117 : American Belleek Ceramic Art Company vase Ceramic Art Company $250.00
Category : Pottery and Porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, CAC
The Ceramic Art Company latter became Lenox . The vase has the lavender CAC Belleek mark (1889-1906). It is 7 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" wide with a reticulated design around the rim and heavy gold painted owl and tree branch decoration. The quality of the art work would enforce the belief that this mark indicates factory decorated. There is a very faint (almost not visable) hairline crack above the blue base that goes in a circular path up to the owl and into the tree branch. The hairline can not be felt and could easily be missed by a casual observer. A vase with this shape and size can be found in the book "Collecting American Belleek" by Loman and Petula Eng on page 84, plates 153-4.
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A0156 : American Belleek hand painted vase Lenox $175.00
Category : Pottery and Porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Lenox
The vase is 9 1/4" high, has the Lenox green palette mark (1906 - 1924). It is not artist signed and more likely to have been painted by a talented amateur as the quality of the art work is quite good.
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A0162 : American Belleek Columbian Art Pottery Liberty Bell Columbian Art Pottery $500.00
Category : Pottery and porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Columbian Art Pottery
The Columbian Art pottery was founded by Morris and Willmore and was best known for it’s very fine Belleek items. The company was usually referred to as Morris and Willmore. The Liberty Bell has their M&W crown Belleek mark inside the bell and also marked MADE IN AMERICA, Pat Applied for, ABE. The bells can be sometimes found with blurry lettering. This one is not blurry and very clear transfer lettering and picture. The lettering reads “Proclaim liberty throughout all the land and unto all the inhabitants there of by order of the Assembly of the Provence of Pennsylvania for the State House in Phila ada” It is also marked Pass and Stow, Phil ada, MD CCLll. The building shown is Independence Hall in 1776.The bell has no damage or sign of age.
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A0164 : American Belleek, Ceramic Art Company hand painted chamber stick Ceramic Art Company $500.00
Category : Pottery and Porcelain
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, CAC
The CAC chamber stick is 6 ¼” tall and was hand painted by C.J. Case. It was purchased from a descendent of N. J. Case along with many other examples of her china painting. She was a very talented amateur china painting artist.. It has the lavender CAC pallet mark (1889-1906). The hand painting consists of pansies, gold trim, a green handle and trim around base, and dark lavender scroll work over a white base color. It is signed with the artists initials on the bottom. The chamber stick is in mint condition.
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