Updated January 7,2017
 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 

 

 
 
 
Extremly rare Calvertine mantle clock and garnitures, This wonderful clock set features comedy and saddness masks at the corners of the base,rich gold gilding is hand painted thru out the pieces. Banding was turned on a lathe, which was quite rare for this period. several professional restorations to small chips in the garnitures.
$3500.00
 
Majolica shelf clock with apple blossoms and a whimsical Baltimore beetle. This Avalon Faience marked clock works are by the New Haven Clock Co.. Condition is excellent with no chips or repairs. Clock does work just wind and away it goes. The clock is hand painted over the glaze.
$495.00
 

 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 

 

 
 
 
Circa 1895-1900. Very hard to find ,this is only the second set I have ever seen. Mycenian Tankard and 6 mug set marked on the bottom "Haynes Mycenian pottery". Wonderful hand painted scenes of hunting,castles,Knights, and Ladies in waiting $1550.00
 
Majolica pitcher marked "Clifton Decor". Nicely painted fruit and grapes decorate this 7 1/2 inch pitcher. Condition is as it was when it left the kiln 120 years ago. Clifton Decor was a under the glaze decoration that was judged to be as fine as or better then Joshia Wedgwood's Argenta ware at the time. Chesapeake's Majolica Line was under the supervision of Frederick Hackney, of Wedgwood and Louis Toft of William Browfields, who both came to America and went to work for Haynes.
sold
 

 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland
 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland
 

 

 
 
 
Circa 1885. President William McKinley, celebrating the 1885,McKinley tarriff act, which said that all manufactored goods from over seas had to have the country of origin marked on the bottom, and placed a tarriff on the goods makinging American products competitive.Unmarked.
$1595.00
 
Circa 1850-1856. Charles Coxon modeler. Extremly rare Chesapeake Bay Marine Pitcher, rockingham glazed yelloware. This pitcher is one of the rarest examples of American yelloware,from any pottery. found in a blue majolica glaze ,and a true example of majolica see my home page for this color.,Condition very good Proffessional restoration to several small rubs on the raised shells.
$4800.00
 

 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland
 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland
 

 

 
 
 
Circa 1865 . This very rare lizard pitcher is one of only 6 I have seen, examples are in the Maryland Historical Society, And the Museum of American History, Smithsonian,condition excellent ,with Bennett Patent mark on bottom and the date 1865.
$1875.00
 
Circa 1885-1889 Presentation mug ,signed on the bottom , Manufactored by Edwin Bennett Pottery Co. Baltimore, Maryland,Henry Brunt Potter. Brunt was the vice president and chief modeler for the co. who came to Bennett from the George Jones Pottery in England.
$595.00
 

 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland
 

 

 
 
Iron stone china advertising mugs, circa 1890-1936. offered are four different mugs A.F.of L. Convention mug,Trenton N.J. 1902 marked with oz. weight. $125 Mr. President, celebrates the 1933 inaguration of FDR, marked Bennett S.V on bottom $110. Drinking mug marked Bennett S.V on bottom $90 Shriners convention Lu Lu mug marked with the oz. weight on bottom $90
 

 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co. Baltimore, Maryland
 
Norton & Fenton Pottery Co., East Bennington,Vermont
 

 

 
 
 
Calvertine Dragon canteen vase with paw feet. Calvertine was made for a brief time between 1881-1883. This 6 1/2 inch example is in excellent condition with the exception of a hair line at the top of the pour spout. Unmarked, it came in four different sizes up to 12 inches to as small as 4 inches. These were the types of wares that Haynes was producing in the early 1880's when the rest of the American pottery world was still selling yellowware and iron stone.
$295.00
 
Toby snuff jar with hat for lid, rockingham glazed yellowware, attributed to the modeling of Daniel Greatbach 1849-1858. Unmarked condition excellent with no chips or hairlines. Has a very small professional repair under the hat rim,can not be seen.
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Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1847-1936
 
Edwin Bennett Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1847-1936
 

 

 
 
 

Great Bennett canteen vase with applied feet and handles. The floral transfer ware of roses on this 1887-1900 production piece is marked with an " El Uniico Dragon". I can not find this mark in any book, but the wares are definatly Bennett. I have about 6 pcs. with this mark and this is the first one for sale. The condition is excellent.
$225.00

 

 

 
Spanish American War Commerative set 1898 this set contains two plates and a mug all commemorating the Spanish American War. The first plate has a "Remember the Maine Feb,15,1898" transfer of the Maine and American Eagle in excellent condition. It is marked with the Patent applied for wreath mark see Kovel pg. 109F. The other plate is the Battle of Santiago Bay July 3,1898 listing the 7 ships that destroyed the Spanish fleet. It has the same mark. The mug is also a Remember the Maine transfer, is marked 12 ounce, these mugs were sold as iornstone ware. This is one of only a very few complete sets that I have seen.
$850.00
 

 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 
D.F. Haynes Chesapeake Pottery Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1881-1883
 

 

 
 
 
This is a very rare Severn Ware ghooleh bottle. Production of Severn Ware was very short since it cost a great deal to produce at that time. Haynes was trying to bring the Art Pottery world to the masses. Severn Ware was thrown on a wheel with lath turning to create the classic bands that are found on all pieces. Production consisted of vases, lamp bases, chocolate pots, pitchers, and umbrella stands. It was not produced in the typical dinnerware setting. Condition of this piece is mint it is hand painted with pine cones and butterflys and is marked Severn Ghooleh.
$1695.00
 

Great Calvertine Ware tall pitcher. Argenta type ware with lathe turning to create the classic design found on most Calvertine pieces. Calvertine, along with Avalon and Clifton Decor, were the early examples of majolica that was being produced at the Chesapeake Pottery in it's beginning years. Hieght is 8 inches and the condition is excellent. Unmarked, as was all Calvertine.
$395.00