Pisgah Forest Pottery, ca. 1950
Appraised Value: $1,000 - $1,500 (2012)
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Appraisal Video: (0:30)
Paintings & Drawings, Pottery & Porcelain
Humler & Nolan
GUEST: These were in my family, placed in the kitchen. And when they decided to sell the family place, they put these on the list as Wedgwood, and I knew they weren't Wedgwood, so...
APPRAISER: They're fun for us to see here, they're North Carolina pottery. These are all done by Walter Stephen, who worked at Pisgah Pottery from the mid-1920s until he died in 1961. And these pieces are all dated, I believe, 1950. As a group, somewhere between $1,000 and $1,500.
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