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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.'

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

1940s or 1950s Hazel Atlas Moderntone Platonite white creamer with blue striping.

1940s or 1950s Hazel Atlas Moderntone Platonite creamer in pale yellow.

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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.

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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