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    Hall China water server or refrigerator pitcher in the Nora pattern. Maker's mark on underside. $99 OKL price.

    Handcrafted decorative glazed ceramic plate with ornate Berber metal engravings. Two holes on reverse for hanging.

    Vintage F&M German stein with pewter latched top in the shape of a castle roof featuring the city of Nuremberg. Maker's mark and numbered on underside.

    Pair of vintage coordinating original King-Werks steins, each numbered 700/30 with maker's mark. One features Lugano, one features Zurich.

    Limoges Salt Dishes, S/11 on

    Vintage 18th-century-style porcelain shoe with paisley pattern and gilt details. Made in Italy.

    Jemez Native American pottery bowl. Maker's mark on base.

    Handcrafted Navajo clay vase, marked "V.W. Navajo" on the base. Mouth, 3.5"Dia.

    Woven ceramic basket.

    Beautiful pair of rare 19th-century black and white Staffordshire cats seated on red cushions. OKL price: $629.00.

    Antique porcelain Davenport floral jar with steel cherub faced handle and lid. Gilt accents. Marked "Davenport, Longport, Staffordshire" under crown logo on back. Also marked "6060" in red and "N" in blue on bottom. OKL price: $399.00.

    A Connoisseur's Guide to Chinese Ceramics by Cecile and Michel Beurdeley. Leon Amiel, New York, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. 317 pages of an incredibly illustrated and comprehensive guide to Chinese ceramics from the Zhou to the Ming dynasty.

    Hand-painted and handmade pottery bowl with elephants and zebras painted on the interior. The pottery bowl is in good condition with no cracks or chips.This is a very special piece of folk art pottery.

    Hand-coiled and traditionally fired olla from the Zia Pueblo peoples of New Mexico. Hand-polished with river stones, then painted with traditional roadrunner and geometric decorations. Unsigned, an indication of an older pot.

    Pair of lavishly decorated Japanese Geishas, solid ceramic in a range of blues, cinnabar, gold, white, black, and green. Although a pair, the subtle difference is in the tilt of one of the Geisha's heads and the face of one is fuller than that of the other.

    A pretty rust-colored ginger jar from Japan with a floral motif. Marked with sticker "Made in Japan."

    Rare pair of Staffordshire dogs with black Jackfield glaze and glass eyes, circa 1850. No maker's mark.

    Pair of antique Staffordshire spaniels in a rare spongeware pattern, circa 1870. No maker's mark.

    Lovely pair of antique Staffordshire copper luster dogs. Very collectible separated front legs. As with most early Staffordshire, there are no maker's marks. Made circa 1850.

    Beautiful large pair of Staffordshire dogs. As with most early Staffordshire, there are no maker's marks. Circa 1850.

    Hand-painted ceramic preening duck with brass feather circlets applied to the bird's chest, base and back. Research indicates this folk art piece originated in Tonala, Mexico. No maker's mark.

    Pair yellow ground famille rose baluster-shaped porcelain vases from the Republic period.

    Bavarian Bird Ashtray

    18th century German stage coach hand painted tile, stamped "Mettlach".

    Beautiful blue and white porcelain bowl with peacock nesting in a cherry tree. Signed on underside.