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Made in America: Bennington Potters

Founded by David Gil in 1948, Bennington Potters started as an artists' cooperative in a small, unheated barn before moving to a four-and-a-half-acre site in 1964.

Co-op Stoneware Since 1948: Bennington Potters in Bennington, Vermont

Love the Trigger Mug, but need more? The Tall Trigger Mug is for you! Tall Trigger Mug Details (Item

Bennington Pottery - MUST BE Blue Agate or that rare brown agate!

Bennington Pottery in Blue Agate. THIS is my wedding "china" (or, should I say, Pottery) This the cobalt blue shade I was talking about (look at blue where light hits it in the picture)

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL PLAQUE Lot 64

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL PLAQUE Lot 64

Mid-century David Gil for Bennington Potters art pottery wall sculpture titled 'Albert The Computer Man'.

Vintage Bennington Pottery Standing Mans Face by David Gil

Vintage Bennington Pottery Standing Mans Face by David Gil

Bennington Pottery

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL MASK PLAQUE Lot 62

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL MASK PLAQUE Lot 62

Mid-century David Gil for Bennington Potters art pottery plaque in the form of a face.

Vintage Bennington Pottery Bank Armadillo White Glaze Perfect David Gil #MidCenturyModern

Vintage Bennington Pottery Bank Armadillo White Glaze Perfect David Gil

Vintage Bennington Pottery Bank Armadillo White Glaze Perfect David Gil #MidCenturyModern

Bennington Pottery Three Green Christmas Tree Candle Holders

Bennington Pottery Three Green Christmas Tree Candle Holders

Bennington Pottery, Green Christmas, Christmas Tree, Candle Holders, Teal Christmas Tree, Xmas Trees, Xmas Tree, Porta Velas, Candlesticks

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL MASK Lot 66

BENNINGTON POTTERY DAVID GIL MASK Lot 66

Mid-century David Gil for Bennington Potters art pottery plaque in the form of a face with nail eyes and leather tongue.

Bennington Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, Bennington, Vermont, circa 1849. In the form of a coachman with a heavy cloak holding a mug to his chest, tan and brown flint enamel glazes, ht. 10 inches; (right boot has resin repair). Similar in form to Barret plate 419, left Displays well. Attractive colored glaze. #Bottles #Antique #MADonC

Bennington Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, Bennington, Vermont, circa 1849. In the form of a coachman with a heavy cloak holding a mug to his chest, tan and brown flint enamel glazes, ht. 10 inches; (right boot has resin repair). Similar in form to Barret plate 419, left Displays well. Attractive colored glaze. #Bottles #Antique #MADonC

Figural Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, circa. 1849. In the form of a heavily cloaked coachman, tan and brown glazes, ht. 10 1/4 inches. Similar to Barret color plate G, bottom row, left Great condition with no repairs to include those sensitive boot tips. This is the extremely rare example with the mustache and tassels. Base marked "Lyman Fenton & Co / Bennington VT / Fenton's / Ename. Ex Phil Faherty. #Bottles #Figurals #MADonC

Figural Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, circa. 1849. In the form of a heavily cloaked coachman, tan and brown glazes, ht. 10 1/4 inches. Similar to Barret color plate G, bottom row, left Great condition with no repairs to include those sensitive boot tips. This is the extremely rare example with the mustache and tassels. Base marked "Lyman Fenton & Co / Bennington VT / Fenton's / Ename. Ex Phil Faherty. #Bottles #Figurals #MADonC

Mid-Century David Gil for Bennington Pottery Numbered Head Sculpture #MidCenturyModern

Mid-Century David Gil for Bennington Pottery Numbered Head Sculpture

Mid-Century David Gil for Bennington Pottery Numbered Head Sculpture #MidCenturyModern

Bennington Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, Bennington, Vermont, circa 1849. In the form of a coachman with heavy cloak holding a mug to his chest, tan and brown flint enamel glazes, tooled mouth - base marked "Lyman Fenton & Co. / Fenton's / Enamel / Patented / 1849. / Bennington, VT.", mostly unreadable, ht. 10 1/2 inches; (shallow 1/4 inch flake from under hat brim). Similar to Barret plate 419, left Detailed mold impression. Attractive glaze pattern. Generally fine condition…

Bennington Pottery Coachman Bottle, Bennington Pottery, Bennington, Vermont, circa 1849. In the form of a coachman with heavy cloak holding a mug to his chest, tan and brown flint enamel glazes, tooled mouth - base marked "Lyman Fenton & Co. / Fenton's / Enamel / Patented / 1849. / Bennington, VT.", mostly unreadable, ht. 10 1/2 inches; (shallow 1/4 inch flake from under hat brim). Similar to Barret plate 419, left Detailed mold impression. Attractive glaze pattern. Generally fine condition…

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