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Cinque Ports Pottery- The Monastery Rye


Lovely vintage hand painted Mugs, Sugar and Cream Jug and Salt and Pepper Shaker by Cinque Ports Pottery Ltd, The Monastery Rye, England.
Pottery has been produced in and around Rye in Sussex since the late 18th century. From the mid-19th century until its closure at the outbreak of World War II, The

STROHS BEER STEIN Ceramic Mug-200 Year Anniversary


This is a Stroh’s Brewing handled beer stein gold stamp #80319 from the Ceramarte in Brazil. This colorful stein show a horse drawn beer wagon in one oval, the Stroh’s crest in another and the third tells about the 200 years of fired brewed beer. It stands about 7 1/2″ tall and 3″ in diameter at the rim. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.

Vintage Glenfiddich Whisky Pitcher


Vintage HCW Hancock Corfield And Waller Great Britain Burleigh Ware William Grant & Sons Distillers Glenfiddich Ceramic Whisky Pitcher.  Vintage Glenfiddich Unblended Scotch Whisky advertising Burleigh Ware ceramic handled jug/pitcher made in Great Britain by HCW Hancock Corfield & Waller and imported by William Grant & Sons Inc. New York. The ivory colored jug has a picture of the Glennfiddich Stag logo and scrolled leaves and vines on the front with a picture of William Grant of Glenfiddich on one side and The Glenfiddich Distillery on the other. It has a raised beaded band and gold trim around the top and gold accents throughout with the Glendiddich and HCW marks on the bottom. The jug holds 24 ounces of liquid and measures approximately 5 1/2″ tall and 6″ wide from handle to spout. It is in good vintage condition.

Vintage Rep. San Marino Pitcher – Libertas – Rare


A stunning Italian pottery pitcher with highly textured Fat Lava style finish, known as Smalto Roccia (rock glaze). Has hand painted Effetto Lacca (enamel effect) San Marino scene. Several factories in the San Marino area of Italy produced ceramics in this style between the 1950’s – 1980’s. This particular vase was made by the factory Libertas (active 1955 – 1982). Marked to base “Libertas, Rep. S. Marino”.