What a rare find! This tiny pewter telephone is painted and has a porcelain earpiece. On the side there is a crank which makes a clicking sound when turned. The phone would be a wonderful addition to a dollhouse library or parlor. Or maybe to a gentleman's smoking room. A piece of pewter is missing from the one side and there is a bit of paint loss, but otherwise it is a charming piece. Circa 1910.
This delicate hand blown set consists of a handled pitcher and 4 mugs. The pitcher is 1 1/2 inches tall. The mugs are handled as well and are 1/2 inch tall. The one mug has a tiny crack. The crack is not rough. All the other pieces are in outstanding condition.
Perfect for the bedside table of a dollhouse bedroom. This darling little clock is 1 3/4 inches tall, diameter 1 1/4 inches. It has a white paper face with black numbers and hands;there are 2 front legs and a bell at the top. It is in very nice condition. Circa 1910-1920.
This elegant inverted pear shaped samovar is sitting on a square base with 4 legs. It has scroll handles made of wood and a spigot which opens and closes. It would be perfect for a small doll tea party. It is approximately 5 1/4 inches tall and in excellent condition. Circa 1940s-1950s.
What a great addition to a dollhouse kitchen or a German room box!! Both items are porcelain attached to chromed tin. The brush rack has a metal hook for the brush at the top and porcelain cup to catch drips at the bottom. It is 2 3/4" high and 1 1/2" wide. On the back there is a metal loop so that it can be attached to the wall of a room box kitchen. The 'Zwiebeln' or onion holder also has a porcelain oblong cup attach to a tin back. The frame is 2 3/4" long and 2 1/2&quo ...click for details
What a rare find! A blue and white onion pattern canister for dollhouse or German kitchen. This canister stands 2 ½ inches tall including lid. In German lettering the word Zucker(sugar) is printed on the front. The canister has been played with but is a great piece. Circa 1910.
These sweet little blue and white porcelain pitchers have gold handles. The largest pitcher is 1 1/4 inches tall. The middle pitcher is 1 1/8 inches tall and the small pitchers is 1 inches tall. They would make a great addition to a dollhouse or a German doll kitchen. Circa 1910.
It is tea-for-two time! Two tiny cups with connected saucer, open sugar dish, creamer, teapot with lid and serving tray. Just what the dollhouse doll needs for tea. The serving tray has a diameter of 2 1/2 inches, teapot is 1 inch tall including lid, sugar dish diameter 1/2 inch, teacups 1/2 inch tall and the creamer is 1/2 inch tall. All pieces are in very nice condition. Circa 1920.
Perfect for dolly and her friends to have a tea party! This dollhouse pewter tea set has 3 cups, 3 sauces and a teapot with lid. The teapot is 1 inch tall. All pieces are in very nice condition. Circa 1900-1910.
An elegant accessory for a Biedermeier dollhouse! This little mantel clock is in lovely condition, only minimal paint loss, with the original mirror and pendulum. There is also a glass cover over the face of the clock. It is 2 1/2 inches tall and the base is 1 3/4" x 1". Circa 1860.
This small rack is a great accessory for a German doll kitchen. It is pewter-plated and comes complete with its own little sponge and towel (made of vintage fabric). It measures 3 inches from the tip of the top loop to the bottom of the basket and is 2 inches wide. The basket is approximately 1 3/4 inches deep. And the condition is very nice. Circa 1900.
This small pewter vase is filled with turquoise flowers and would work well in an antique turn-of-the-century (1900) dollhouse. The gilding has a rich patina, but there is only little or no paint loss. Circa 1900-1920.
A nice turned-wood item for a rustic antique dollhouse setting. All the moving parts on this small spinning wheel are in working condition. The oval knob on the top has been repaired but otherwise the condition is lovely. It is 5 1/2 inches tall. Circa 1900.