A pearl ware tea set in the strawberry pattern including a 7" teapot, 5" waste bowl, and four tea cups with three 6" saucers. Waste bowl has been repaired and otherwise there are minor chips and wear consistent with the age of this tea set. this early 19th century English pottery example.
An oil on board attributed to Philadelphia born artist Elisha Kent Kane Wetherill (1874-1929) of sailboats by the shore. Wetherill led the impressionist movement in the United States, studying under Thomas Anschutz (1851-1912)and, in Paris, under James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) and Jean Paul Laurens (1838-1921). He attended the University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Much of Wetherill's painting and etching work included portraits, landscapes, and seascapes, and ...click for details
Vintage terra cotta figures of Snow White and her seven dwarfs, all painted. Most of the original paint is with these figures, some restoration of paint. One dwarf has been repaired. The flag was added by the last patriotic owner.
A wooden hand made and ink decorated savings bank in the form of a house. After some study one will find the right combination to slide open and empty the savings bank. There is a split in the old wood in the front (seen in photo).
A 19th century veneered and inlaid folk art box , 5 1/2" X 14" X 10"., whose plain interior retains most of the red paper lining. There are some repairs and replacement to some of the inlays, etc, but considering the age and expected wear, in pretty good overall condition.