Antique scalloped porcelain oyster plate with blush toned wells, gilt detail, and hand painted wildflowers. Austrian, marked Mark and Gutherz / Carlsbad, circa 1880. Measures 9 inches square.
Chinese Yixing earthenware teapot layered in red and green cinnabar. Early 20th century. Measures 5.5" high to the knob by 7.5" wide overall. No damages, lid fits snugly.
Stoneware jug made by John Burger, Rochester, NY, circa 1854-1867. Cobalt blue floral decoration. Measures 13 inches high.
Iron and brass spatula with copper rivets. American, 18th century. Length is 15 inches.
English, 19th century. Heavy copper kitchen pudding mold with tin lining. Measures 6.25" W x 3.25" D.