“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays”…the Pottery Devil from the Long Beach Flea Market!

As I write this post it is pouring rain and the forecast for the next few days including tomorrow, November 21st,  is, well, in one word, WET.  For us here at Billy Blue Eye we have been preparing all week for the monthly Long Beach Antique & Collectible Market.  We have been ever diligent in finding the best Roseville, Catalina, Weller, McCoy, Royal Haeger, Van Briggle and many other Potteries’ finest examples to offer you displayed on the tables housed under our green and white tent is space #A853.

Roseville Pottery, c. 1920 4.5" Matte Blue" Vase, Mold # 607-4, $160.00 SOLD

So even though we are not aquatic fanatics  nor even Postal employees, we plan on offering our humble wares to those that shall brave this unusual November weather and join us tomorrow at Veteran’s Stadium from 7:00 AM until 2:00 PM.

Catalina Pottery by Gladding McBean c.1937-43, 6" Ginger Jar Bud Vase, $105.00 SOLD

With Hanukkah just ten days from now on December 1st and only thirty-five shopping days until Christmas, we have plenty of terrific gift ideas for all of your discriminating friends, family and loved-ones.

Pinheiro of Portugal, c. 1960's 10" Holly & Berries Plate, $45.00

For additional information on the Long Beach Flea Market contact us or visit their website http://www.longbeachantiquemarket.com. We hope to see you there!

c.1920's Hand painted Art Nouveau Gouda Pottery Set of 5.25" Bud Vase and 3.5" Jewelry Box from the Ivora Factory in Holland, $145.00 SET IS SOLD

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