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Revisiting Hull Pottery – Shop Today Tustin Flea Market

Hull Pottery was founded in 1905 by Addis Emmet Hull in Crooksville, Ohio and is considered to be one of the “Ohio Four” in Classic Americana Pottery.  The other three being McCoy, Roseville and Weller.  As with all collectibles Hull Pottery has seen it’s demand rise and fall over the years and recently we are seeing a rebirth of popularity.

Hull Pottery, c. 1958-60 “Tokay & Tuscany” 8″ Basket, mold # 6, $85.00 SOLD

For me Hull’s strength has always been it’s ability to capture a piece of Americana expressed through classic roots as displayed in their “Tokay and Tuscany” line which for me is an American interpretation of Classic Italian forms and design.  Look at the “Parchment and Pine” series and you see a nod to the American West with boot shaped pitchers decorated with pine cones and rolled parchment deeds.

Hull Pottery, c. 1951-54 “Parchment & Pine” 14.25″ Ewer, Mold # S-7, $170.00 SOLD

Hull Pottery remained in business until 1986 and created not only sophisticated ceramic pieces but also playful utilitarian items. You can see a display of Hull’s work offered for sale today, June 24th at The Jamestown Vintage Flea Market   where 50 plus vendors set up shop at 474 El Camino Real, Tustin from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM.  Look for our green and white tent, we hope to see you there!

Hull Pottery, c. 1958-60 “Tokay & Tuscany” 10.5″ Moonbasket Vase, Mold #11, $150.00 SOLD


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Holiday Event Schedule Announced – Four Great Shopping Days

Billy Blue Eye Pottery & Paintings has announced its’ Flea Market Event Schedule for the remainder of 2011 beginning with this Sunday, November 20th at the Long Beach Antique Market. The Long Beach show held at Veteran’s Stadium just off Lakewood Boulevard at Conant Street is open from 6:00 AM until 2:00 PM.  (Update 11-19, 9:00 PM – Regardless of the weather, rain or shine, we will be there Sunday, November 20th.)

Holiday Event Mailer with Recent Acquisitions from Roseville, Hull and Haeger Potteries.

Billy Blue Eye will offer over 300 ceramic and stoneware items from all of your favorite Pottery Companies including  twenty-five newly acquired Roseville vases, bowls, planters, and candle holders from many of your favorite patterns including “Apple Blossom”, “Zephyr Lily”, “Cosmos”, “Jonquil”, “Dahlrose” and “Snowberry” to name a few. Billy Blue Eye will be located in space #A853 under our green and white tent. Visit the Long Beach Antique Market website for a discount entrance fee coupon.

Roseville Pottery, "Dahlrose" c. 1928, 5" Rose Bowl, Mold #209-4, $300.00 SOLD

The next two events will be held in Olde Towne Tustin  at the Jamestown Vintage Flea Market. This terrific and increasingly popular monthly event will be held on consecutive Sundays, November 27th and December 4th from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM.  Billy Blue Eye is pleased to offer holiday shoppers over fourteen hours of shopping for that perfect holiday gift. You can find us in space #45 featuring terrific stocking stuffers, grab bag gifts and that unique “Art Pottery” vase guaranteed to wow that special person.

Royal Haeger Pottery, c. 1950's 8" x 5" x 2.75" Pillow Vase w/ Original Label, mold # R - 651, $52.00 SOLD

We will end the holiday shopping season back at the Long Beach Antique Show on Sunday, December 17th from 6:00 AM until 2:00 PM. There we will be ready to assist all last-minute shoppers with a full array of ceramic items.

Roseville Pottery, "Apple Blossom" c. 1948, 6" Low Bowl with Twig Handles, mold #326-6, $220.00 SOLD

We look forward to seeing you at one or all of these shows  and as always we are available to assist with phone orders.  We offer full gift wrap services, a liberal return policy and will guarantee Christmas delivery for all orders received by December 20th.  For your convenience we accept Visa and Master Card and all orders over $200.00 are shipped free.  Call today 949-496-1889 between 9:00  AM and 9:00 PM PST.

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