Cleminson wall pockets, plaques and other pottery — great kitchen collectibles

Carrie had fun collecting Cleminson wall pockets for her retro kitchen renovation — and now her hard-working family has a happy, colorful place to settle in and eat hearty. I collected a set of three Cleminsons when I was renovating my kitchen, too — they are right above the stove.  These are real sweetheart collectibles, there is just something about them. The lovely piece above is $65 BIN.

cleminson wall pocketAbove: A classic Cleminson, $28.35 BIN on ebay.

cleminson-pottery-wallpocketAbove: Another classic, starting bid is $9.99 on ebay.

Oh, you know I have this one, as coffee is my LIFE. Even before this blog! $40 BIN.

This is a FANTASTIC ONE! Cleanliness is Next to Godliness, $21.89 BIN.

Switching from wallpockets, how about this lovely queen of hearts creamer — appropriate for today: Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!  $19.99 on etsy, from thetoadhouse.

Cleminson wall plaques. Opening bid, $9.99 on ebay.

Oooooh, a Cleminson’s string holder. This piece is pricey, bid sitting open at $47.95 on the bay.

This one doesn’t look like the other Cleminsons. I wonder if it really is. But it’s about coffee AND hillbillies, and I like both. $14.95 BIN with expensive shipping.

Haha, a hangover cup with icepack lid. $39 BIN.

There are a couple of Cleminson designs that talk about the house being mortgaged. I need this! BIN cup for $14.95.

But, woah, look at this: A Cleminson Pinocchio toothbrush holder! Does life POSSIBLY get any better than this? $45 BIN.

  1. Evan says:

    Hi all Cleminson Lovers,
    I’m glad someone else loves them as I do. I see this is an older post, but still relevant, I think. I have a large collection myself. But now, I’m tasked with finding new homes for my sister’s collection. Anyone interested, contact me.
    The cuteness factor is off the charts with Cleminson!

    1. pam kueber says:

      Hi Evan, I love my Cleminson, too. Re selling your sister’s collection: No buying/selling here on the blog or it becomes chaos. EBay and etsy.com likely your best bets to find these happy new homes. Good luck.

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