Roseville, Fulper, Weller, Hull — Put Them All Together for a AAA Experience

AAA = AN AWESOME AUCTION!

At the request of the executor of the estate of the late Peter J. Price of Tabernacle, NJ, we will be selling the contents of his Estate as well as a private estate collection from South Jersey on Saturday, June 13 beginning with a preview at 8 a.m. Hope you’re planning to come join us at this DUAL ESTATE AUCTION! It will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall located at 219 Railroad Avenue in West Creek, NJ .  There you’ll discover a huge assortment of quality items to buy, and what a great opportunity this sale is for the Pottery Collector! Over fifty pieces of Roseville Pottery, plus Fulper, Lenox (Green & Gold Marks) Weller, Goebel, Hall, Hull and so much more have been consigned.

  • Roseville Pottery has been collected by many for decades. The Ohio based company was founded in 1890 and produced this exquisite pottery through 1954.   We will be offering some unusual designs during this sale. Roseville patterns currently consigned are: Apple Blossom, Baneda, Bittersweet, Bleeding Heart, Carnelian II, Cherry Blossom, Clemana, Columbine, Dawn, Donatello, Earlam, Florane, Florentine, Freesia, Fuschia, Futura, Imperial II, Iris, Ixia, Juvenile, Matte, Ming, Moderne, Moss, Mostique, Panel, Peony Pinecone, Poppy, Rozane, Rosecraft, Silhouette, Topeo, Tourmaline, Tuscany, Volpato, and Wincraft.

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  • As with many porcelain companies, Lenox china marks have varied  over the years.  The oldest colored mark for Lenox is black wreath. A green wreath was used between the years of 1906 and 1930. Around 1931, the words Made in USA were added to the mark. By 1955, however, many of the Lenox china items began showing a gold wreath as its mark instead of the green one.

A large selection of both Green & Gold Mark Lenox is up for bid at this auction. Below are select pieces of Lenox with green marks.

  • Decades after William Fulper founded Fulper Pottery, he appointed Martin Stangl vice president of the company in 1924.  Also at that time the company expanded by constructing “Plant No. 2” a few blocks from the original Fulper Factory.  Plant No. 2  produced Fulper Pottery’s newly developed Fulper Fayence art and dinnerware lines. The Fulper Fayence dinnerware was America’s first open stock solid-color dinnerware. This line ultimately became Stangl Pottery, and for many years was advertised as “Stangl Pottery, made by Fulper Pottery.”
  • Throughout the 1920s Fulper Pottery Artware continued to be produced at the original factory, however by 1926, demand for the Stangl Pottery products had increased to the point that a third production facility was acquired in Trenton, New Jersey! After 1935, the company continued to be Fulper Pottery, but produced only Stangl Pottery brand dinnerware.

Select pieces of Fulper pottery are also up for bid on June 13 — photos shown below.

 

We will continue to update you with our finds so keep following and liking our blogs, the Live Absentee Bid Catalog is now available, however we will be adding more lots to the Catalog, so check-in often.

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Roseville Pottery & More Fine Items — This Week’s Blog

A slow, but steady thaw has begun with endless streams of water running down the streets today — a good day to go out and get some fresh air, although still a bit chilly.  Hard to believe that we’re less than three weeks away from auction time!   Hope you’re planning to come join us on Saturday, March 21 at the Eagleswood Fire Hall located at 219 Railroad Avenue in West Creek, NJ at our early SPRING Multi-Estate Auction.  There you’ll discover a huge assortment of items to buy, and what a great opportunity for a change of scenery!

In addition to the exquisite Boehm porcelain birds that we blogged about last month, we’re also pleased to offer a nice selection of unusual Roseville Pottery at this sale.  Roseville Pottery has been collected by many for decades. The Ohio based company was founded in 1890 and produced this exquisite pottery through 1954.   We will be offering some unusual designs during this sale. Roseville patterns currently consigned are: a rare ‘Trial Glaze’ Window Box, plus Futura pieces, Morning Glory, Dogwood II, Peony, Clematis, Freesia, White Rose, Wincraft, and Iris.

 

All Roseville pieces are in excellent condition.  In addition to the Roseville pottery pieces, a nice selection of  Hull, McCoy, Lladro, Stangl, Lenox and Occupied Japan items are on the auction block.

 

 

We will continue to update you with our finds so keep following and liking our blogs, and be sure to watch for our announcement on the availability of the Live Absentee Bid Catalog which is currently under construction.

If you are considering consigning to our sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.  We are currently considering consignments for our annual Summer Multi-estate Auction.  Don’t delay.

 

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Contact Information 

Telephone
609-294-3122
FAX
609-296-7566
Postal address
27 Fazio Court, Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087
Electronic mail
General Information: cmca0301@msn.com Wish to be added to our e-mail list: marilyn@legaciesoldandnew.com 

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