West German Pottery For Sale

West German pottery listed by company


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Floor Vases (14" and taller)
Gin-For's Odditiques
(GINny and FORrest Poston's Oddities and Antiques)

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Presented for Education and Research on West German Pottery
Photo Identification Gallery (previously sold items)

On this page: Bay Keramik

(NOTE: Items in the gallery are things we've had in the past and are no longer for sale.  For currently available items, check the listings in the left hand column.)
Information About W. German pottery:

Collecting West German Pottery


Thoughts About Values of West German Pottery

West German Pottery Research Gallery

W. German Pottery News and Updates

Videos
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay;(<You are here.)   Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;   Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa  (grouped because they're similar styles);   ScheurichSchaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer


Education and Research Page for Bay Keramik



Bay Floor Vase 568-35

 

Bay Floor vase 80-50


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Bay Form 64




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Bay Floor Vase 607-40 (Easily mistaken for Italian until you check the bottom.)


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Bay 922 in unusual monochrome glaze


 

Bay Vase 630-20 with label




Bay Shape 60




Bay 942
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay;(<You are here.)   Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;   Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa/Wekara (grouped because they're similar styles);   ScheurichSchaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer

View West German Pottery by Colors:

View West German Pottery by Height
Floor Vases (14" and taller)


Other Items for Sale 


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  Paintings, prints, etc.

 
Information About W. German pottery:

Introduction to Lava, Volcanic Glazes on West German Pottery

Collecting West German Pottery

West German Pottery Marks, Companies, Designers

Thoughts About Values of West German Pottery

West German Pottery Research Gallery (previously sold items to help with identification)

W. German Pottery News and Updates

Ruscha Catalog

Videos


Other Essays

To Buy or Not to Buy: Going Where Price Guides End

The Art of Attending Auctions

Get the Picture Straight
: The Basics of Selling Glass and Pottery on the Net

Tiffanyfakes.com (Site Review)
Head for the Gin-For's
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Just for Fun

The Cor-purr-ate Story (Glyph's Rise to Power)

A Tribute to Fractured Fairy Tales: Dealing with the Wolf at the Door


A Special Farewell to a Staff Member
The Cat with a Bucket List


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Philosophy and Nonsense:
Writing, Education,
Odd Thoughts and
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Please take the time to let us know what you think about the site, the look, the language, photos, items, prices, etc. If you have any questions, comments, or good ideas for conversation, feel free to contact us. There should be e-mail links on every page, and the actual address is ginfor@earthlink.net  

Guarantee: We have a simple, "If you aren't happy, we aren't happy" policy.  If you open a package and suddenly wonder why you bought it in the first place, you can return it for a full refund of your purchase price and the shipping one way.  Your only risk is the cost to ship it back to us. If it turns out that we made a mistake, then we pay the shipping both ways. I won't say "no questions asked" because we will ask so we'll know how to make fewer mistakes.

Payment terms:  We try not to be overly picky about the details.  If we can put it in the bank and pay some bills without any undo fuss, then we'll probably take it.  We're quite happy to take checks and money orders, and we're signed up with Paypal, which is the easiest route if you want to pay by credit card.  If you have some other method in mind, get in touch, and we'll see what we can work out.  Monopoly money, anything you may have printed in the basement, and chickens are right out.

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