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Perusing the photo library, I saw Atomicscott's stunning Century house plate (I want it for myself - I'm not ashamed to say it).

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Stetson Hiawatha
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Roseville Raymor
Bopfish
Salad Bowl
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Water Pitcher, California Aztec
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Franciscan Autumn Cruets
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Red Wing, Town and Country, Eva Zeisel, creamer
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Raymor Modern Stoneware, Roseville Raymor, Ben Seibel, Beach Grey
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Casual Coffee Server
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Red Wing, Spruce, Charles Murphy
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Accent, Impromptu, Iroquois China, Ben Seibel
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royal china
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Metlox Potteries

Tall Beverage Server

Metlox Potteries. California Aztec. Coffee Pot. Frank Irwin (shape). Bob Allen (pattern). 1955.

Royal China

Royal China Futura shape
Coffee Pot

Royal China. Futura shape. Unknown pattern. Reference the Navajo pattern on this shape which is a gray repeating, move elongated pattern.

Gants

Sheldon Gants
Relish

This is the largest piece of Gants I've found to date. It appears to be a relish dish. Circa 1950-60s.

Steubenville Blue

Steubenville American Modern, Steubenville, Russel Wright, Steubenville Blue
Gravy

Steubenville Potteries. American Modern. [Steubenville Blue]. Gravy. Russel Wright.

Bennington Pottery

Teardrop Musician Series

Today's find #2

Bennington Potters Co-op

Teardrop Musician Series

Very nice modernist design.

This one is a Cellist.

Mark on back is an early one.

Stetson China

Stetson Hiawatha
Hiawatha

Stetson China. [Hiawatha].

Raymor Roseville

Roseville Raymor
My awesome Raymor Roseville find

I found these 54 pieces of Raymor pottery made by Roseville and designed by Ben Seibel in 1954 at my favorite thrift store in Columbus Ohio, priced at $59.