How Much A Hull Pottery Piece Is Worth?

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The A.E. Hull Pottery Company originated in 1905 in Crooksville, Ohio. The pottery company soon expanded and began producing art pottery in 1917. The product line expanded to include lusterware in a variety of colors and styles, stoneware, garden ware, semi-porcelain, and pots for florists. Later, specialty items were produced including the Red Riding Hood cookie jar, piggy banks, and lamps. There are websites that list approximate values for how much a Hull Pottery piece is worth. One website, www.realpriceguides.com, allows the user to click on the name of the pottery piece such as Blossom. A chart with the description of the different pieces in that collection appears along with the approximate value of each piece.
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Put its pic and description on ebay. Offers will be made. Good luck.
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I have a piece of black pottery with viva san bartolo and maria pedro inscribed on it. It's dated 1955.
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A piece of Hull Pottery can vary in price depending on the piece, age and the condition. You can purchase a Pink Wildflower 6 1/2' vase on eBay for around $85 in used but good condition.
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