Leverich Towers Hotel
25 Clark Street
Brooklyn Heights, New York

Pair of Leverich Towers soup bowls, 6.5". For sale on ebay in June 2007 and described as in very good condition with no chips, etc. After 1 bid it sold for $22.99. Another pair with same description sold after 3 bids for $26.01

Pair of dessert plates for sale on ebay in June 2007; described as 6.25" and in very good shape with no chips, cracks or repairs. After two bids they sold for $14.99.

Leverich Tower platter for sale on ebay.com in June 2007. Described as 10.5" long by 7.75" wide and in very good condition. After one bid it sold for $24.99.

For sale on ebay.com in June 2007 was this Leverich Tower "butter pat", described as 3.5" wide and in very good condition. Seller photographed it with a quarter on the plate to show size. After two bids it sold for $9.99, shipping costs $5.75. Two more were for sale by same seller; one sold for the same price after one bid, and the third sold after 3 bids for $12.50.
A pair of Leverich Tower oval bowls were for sale on ebay.com in June 2007. The description posted was that they were 5.5" long by 4.25" wide and in very good condition, and that the decal was lighter on one than the other. They sold for $19.99 after one bid. Then in May of 2009, a combination of two of the smaller bowls and two larger bowls was sold after 3 bids for $22.72.

These Leverich Tower bowls were described on ebay as being 6.5" long by 5.25" wide and in very good condition. They sold on ebay after one bid for $29.99.

For sale on ebay.com in June 2007 was this oval dish, described as a "pickle dish" and "oval tray", measured 7.5" long and 3.5" wide and in good condition with no cracks but a chop on the foot on the underside. It sold for $10.50 after two bids. Another item for sale at the same time but without a chip sold after two bids for $16.01
For sale on ebay was this Leverich Tower creamer, measuring 3.5" tall and in very good condition with no chips, etc. In June 2007 after one bid it sold for $19.99. Two photos shown.
Another creamer, looking the same as shown, was up for sale on ebay in May of 2009. The description was that it was 3 3/8" high, made by Black Knight of Selb Bavaria expressly for Leverich Towers, and furnished by Albert Pick & Co., Chicago, 1927. With a starting bid of $9.99, it eventually sold on May 3, 2009 for $22.72 after four bids.

Like the creamer, it has a different symbol on either side, though only one photo selected to show here. This item was for sale on ebay.com in June 2007 and described as a gravy boat measuring 7.25" and in very good condition. After two bids it sold for $20.55.
All Leverich Tower dishes shown here in photos with black backgrounds were for sale on ebay.com in June 2007. Photos were used by permission of the seller. Each piece had the Black Knight symbol on the bottom, though photo was small and unreadable; shows the horse in black and the red words mention it was "Made (expressly?) for Leverich Towers...". More dishes for Leverich Towers can be on this site under the hotel info by clicking here.