Tuesday, January 29, 2013


A neighbor asked if I would post her collection of Polish Pottery she is selling.

 Her husband served in the Army as a dentist, and while stationed in Germany, she bought this in Poland.

  The pattern is NATURE.
It is in excellent collection, having been packed away for most of the time.
She has:
17-large plates
11-salad plates
10-soup soup bowls
11-small soup bowls
4- cereal bowls
1- creamer & sugar bowl
2- jam pots with lids
1- oil & vinegar cruets
1-garlic keeper, without lid
1- round casserole dish
5- tankards  mugs
11- cups
7- saucers
2- gravy boats
1- gravy ladle
1- citrus juicer
1- lidded pitcher
1-utensil holder
1- covered butter dish
1-tea pot
Serving pieces:
1- 7 1/4" square dish
2- 10" x 7" oblong dish
1- 12" x 8" oblong dish
1- 12 1/2" x 13 1/2" square dish
1- 9" round dish with handle
1- 15 1/2" x 12" oblong dish
1- 7" x 14" oblong dish
1- 9 1/2" round
1- 12 1/2" round
bonus pieces:  several odds and ends

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table full

The asking price is $500, but is negotiable. She will not split the lot.

NEW YORK pick up.  She doesn't want to ship.

So if there are any collectors out there, contact me, and I will put you in touch with the owner.

If you are a collector, please feel free to give your thoughts on the price.

Full disclosure...just doing this for a friend.

Thanks for looking!
Joining Beverly for her Blog Shop.


  1. Hi Kathleen,

    Wow, that's quite a collection! I LOVE the Polish pottery and have been looking at it when I go in The Christmas Tree Shop and various other places. But I can't spend that kind of money on dishes right now, and I don't know where in the world I would put them all.

    She's got a wonderful variety of pieces. Hopefully she'll find a buyer soon. :)

    Denise at Forest Manor

  2. Its very pretty! Hope she can find a buyer!

  3. I love Polish Pottery!! But I don't live in New York, and I wouldn't have space for ALL of it anyway. Whoever gets this is getting a great deal though.

  4. Christine @ Christine's Home & Adventures has a large collection of Polish pottery. She might be a good resource. It's sad that your friend is unwilling to ship it...seems it would greatly increase her market opportunity.

    1. Yes, I talked to Christine last week about this. I wanted her opinion.

  5. Ditto what Cherry Kay said. Christine might have some good advice as she has a large collection of this pretty Polish pottery. I hope she finds a good home for this. It's lovely and the price seems extremely reasonable for all these dishes.

  6. Gorgeous! Someone in or near New York will be lucky!

  7. The price is excellent, Kathleen. It's a lot of pieces. The plates alone are worth that much if bought in the store. They are very heavy so I can understand why she does not want to ship plus she will be risking breakage during the process. I hope she can sell them. The new owner will be lucky as they are very durable and practical. You can bake in them and serve in them and eat on them...Christine

    1. Christine, I just sent this to you via email. I wondered if you saw it :) I see you did!

  8. Wow-a gorgeous collection and a great price. Someone is going to be very lucky!

  9. WOW! I would buy it a jiffy, but to send it here would cost more than the entire pottery!! She's selling it so cheap! Lucky lady who purchases it!

  10. Great collection with a great story behind it.

    - The Tablescaper

  11. It's a beautiful set! I hope she finds a buyer. You're a great neighbor for helping her :)

  12. WOW! Gorfeous pottery! I wish I had $500 to spend. Has she trid Craig's List? I was able ro sell quite a bit on that before my move.


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