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Large 1939 Stangl Art Pottery 2 Handled Vase by ourtimecapsule, $250.00

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Art Deco Poole pottery Vase 1920s/30s - art deco Poole designed by Truda Carter. @designerwallace

Poole pottery Vase - Magnificent art deco POOLE Pottery vase high with a pattern designed by Truda Carter based on an original French textile or carpet design by Eugène A.

Stangl Pottery, Home Decor, Stangl Vase, Stangl Caribbean, Hand Painted Pottery, Vintage Pottery, Pottery, Nautical Decor by PastNPresentsByAlana on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/178999425/stangl-pottery-home-decor-stangl-vase

Hand Painted Stangl - Rare piece from Caribbean Pattern Gorgeous piece of vintage Stangl Pottery - Handpainted by Kay Hackett with a vibrant tropical color blend. Immaculate Condition H Footed Grecian Urn Vase with scroll handles

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"Farmhouse Morning" Handmade wheel thrown stoneware pottery mug Turquoise/Brown reactive glaze

Large Vintage Stangl Art Deco Pottery Gunmetal Glaze Vase, Circa 1930.

Large Vintage Stangl Art Deco Pottery Gunmetal Glaze Vase, Circa 1930.

1950s Stangl Pottery Mini Jug on Chairish.com

1950s Stangl Pottery Mini Jug

Mid-Century Modern to the max! Stangl Pottery Company thrived from 1956 until 1978 and this 22 kt. hand painted green-glazed jug is a classic from .

Vintage Stangl Vase, Circa 1930, 7" high.

Vintage Stangl Vase, Circa 1930, 7" high.

Amy Durste, durstepottery

stoneware mug handthrown pottery look closely at the shoulder.the split handle @ the top is also lovely

John Perceval Neil Douglas and Arthur Merric Boyd. Waisted cylindrical earthenware coffee pot painted with a vibrant scene showing kangaroos in an outback setting in colours of blue yellow and green. Victoria, Australia, ca. 1947

John Perceval Neil Douglas And Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd Victoria circa 1947 Waisted cylindrical earthenware coffee pot painted with a vibrant scene showing kangaroos in an outback setting in colours of blue yellow and green

Tsuji Yoshiko creates vessels through a glaze technique where the ash from a local wood with which the kiln is fired melts onto the piece itself. Each cup is wheel thrown gracefully thin, and finished with a turquoise brilliance

Tsuji Yoshiko creates vessels through a glaze technique where the ash from a local wood with which the kiln is fired melts onto the piece itself. Each vessel is wheel thrown gracefully thin, and finished with a turquoise brilliance.

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