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An early 19th C. Staffordshire soup bowl, 8 3/4" in diameter.  It has an impressed Clews Warranted  Staffordshire mark on the bottom and it's also stamped 'The Valentine From Wilkie's Designs.'

MRA-01298$350
An opalescent white flint goblet, 5" high.  Probably Bristol, England or South Jersey, circa 1820s to 1840s.

MRA-2456$295
1940s or 1950s Hazel Atlas Moderntone Platonite white creamer with blue striping.

MRA-03046$20
1940s or 1950s Hazel Atlas Moderntone Platonite creamer in pale yellow.

MRA-03047$20
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A mid-19th century redware straight-sided pot with manganese splotches, probably made in Norwalk, CT.  It measures 9 1/4" high and  8 1/2" in diameter.  There are some rim chips and a minor hairline on one side that's too faint to see in a photograph.

MRA-05407$1,450
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A Rindskopf Aventurine art glass vase with a silver collar in the Red Confetti pattern.  The English touchmarks on the collar show that it was made by David Leobl for Schindler & Co. of London in 1922.

MRA-06589  $295