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Pisgah Forest Pottery Vase (Arden, North
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Pisgah Forest Pottery Vase (Arden, North Carolina, 1926-1961), undated, probably late 1920s, tapered buffed clay body with everted rim, blush red and green...

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  • Three Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961)  chinese blue and red glazed vase, indiscernible potter at wheel mark on base, "1994 ?" mark, 6 in. ; brown glazed vase with yellow interior, applied ... [more like this]
  • Three Pieces of Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961) crystalline glazes, blue and yellow small vase, 5 in. ; cream and blue flared vase, 5-1/4 in. ; green, yellow and blue straight neck vase, 6-3/4 ... [more like this]
  • Two Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961) low vase with clear and blue glazed exterior, clear glazed interior, potter at wheel stamp on base dated "1932", 4-1/4 in. ; tall vase with unusual ... [more like this]
  • Two Large Pisgah Forest Pottery Vases: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1921-1962) large aubergine glazed baluster form vase, white glazed interior, potter at wheel mark on base, 11-3/4 in. ; large blue crackle glaze baluster form ... [more like this]
  • Seven Pieces Aubergine Pisgah Forest Pottery:
    (Arden, North Carolina, 1926-1961) flared rim vase, "1939" potter mark on base, 7-1/4 in. ; small jug, "1941" potter mark, 5-1/4 in. ; two cream pitchers and sugar jar, indiscernible ... [more like this]
  • Five Pieces of Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961) two speckle glazed vases, one robins egg blue with brown interior, 6 in. , the other tan with pink interior, 5-3/4 in. , potter at wheel marks, ... [more like this]
  • Three Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961) aubergine glazed two handled low vase, white glazed interior, potter at wheel "1941" stamp, 6 in. ; blue and aubergine crackle glazed vase, 9 in. ... [more like this]
  • Twelve Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: Arden,
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  • Six Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina. 1926-1961) all with crackle blue glaze, center bowl, pink interior with glaze runs, "1949" mark on base, 2-1/2 in. x 8-1/2 in. ; two low vases, "1934 W. B. ... [more like this]
  • Four Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
    North Carolina, 1926-1961) all with unusual runny mottled blue green glazes, lidded teapot, "1937 W. B. Stephen" potter at wheel mark, 7-1/2 in. ; lidded cream pitcher, "1950" ... [more like this]
  • Pisgah Forest Crystalline Vase North Carolina
    pottery, white and blue crystals on a pale runny field, pink interior, bottom marked with stamp "Cameo Stephen Long Pine Arden NC" (date unreadable). 7.75 in. Private Estate ... [more like this]
  • Pisgah Forest Pottery Vase (Arden, North
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  • W. B. Stephen Pottery Vase (Walter B. Stephen,
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  • 6 pcs. Pisgah Forest Pottery;creamers, vase
    & more, mostly 1940's, nice lot of local North Carolina Pottery, 3 1/2" to 4 1/2". ... [more like this]
  • Two pieces Pisgah Forest pottery: two handled
    vase, marks for 1941, 6 in.; vase with everted rim, marks for 1939, 6 in., both blue to aubergine, both with overall glaze crackle. Good condition, minor glaze anomalies. ... [more like this]
  • W. B. Stephen Vase (Walter B. Stephen, Tennessee/North
    Carolina, 1875-1961), collared rim, mottled blue glaze with scattered red highlights, impressed Pisgah Forest Pottery mark, undated, probably late 1920s, 11-3/4 in., ... [more like this]
  • Two Pieces Pisgah Forest Cameo Pottery:
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