This pretty pink Adam Footed Sherbet was made by Jeannette Glass from 1932 to 1934. This Sherbet measures 3 inches high X 3 3/8 inches in diameter across the top. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Be sure to search our other Adam available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
Mid Century Metal Wall Sculpture c.1960. Absolutely fantastic wall sculpture. This will surely add a touch of mid century class to any interior. Approximate dimensions 24 inches wide x 16 inches high.
36" wide, 17" high. From previous owner--held flags of US and Britain--so apparently a post WWI item.
24" x 31" painted wood, batons on back intact. Likely first half of 20th C and no older.
Cut and Etched Crystal Decanter with top with etched numbers, 12" high, 4 1/4" wide in the widest section, heavy weight, brilliant cut and etched flower design around the outside. Etched numbers on the decanter rim and the bottom of the stopper is matching #74 and the condition is good, no damage.
Glass Flower Arrangement Bowl or pot and fitted frog top with open holes to arrange each different stems of flowers to stay straight, silver applied on clear glass, silver applied design of branches of floral decoration supported by three(3) high feet, 3 1/2" high, 5" wide in the middle section, in good condition, no damage.
Pair Glass Pitcher with Silver applied on glass with floral decoration, 5 3/4" high, 6 1/2" wide with handle included, all in good condition, no damage.
This pretty pink Florentine Number 1 Poppy Number 1 depression glass Creamer and Sugar Bowl with Ruffled Edges were made by Hazel Atlas from 1932 to 1935. Both the Creamer and Sugar Bowl are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Be sure to search our other Florentine available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
Vessel Hyades, 49" wide, 9.5" high. Minor losses.
Vintage original English beveled Barbola dressing mirror with own stand, hand made flowers, dating to the 1920's. The mirror measures 7.5" high and 6" in diameter. There are some chips and cracks in the flowers and there are some scratches to the mirror. A great item!
Vintage lord Nelson chintz handled plate in the gorgeous Black Beauty pattern. This is the only black background that Lord Nelson has for chintz. The plate measures 10.5" across from handle to handle. There are no chips or cracks and most of the gold rim has faded away. It is marked Black Beauty Lord Nelson Ware Made in England. BCM. A great addition to your collection!
Elegant vintage sterling silver handle magnifying glass. The handle is hallmarked I believe, Birmingham 1940. The handle is some nice details. It measures 3" long and the diameter is 2" making the whole magnifying glass 5" long. I think the magnifying rate is 3X. Would make an elegant gift.
This Fiesta Ware teapot in the turquoise color was produced between 1937-1969. It is the medium size. There is a bottom rim chip.
Made in the desirable red color, this is a Fiesta Ware ice lip pitcher. No chips, cracks, or repairs. It measures 6 1/2 inches high.
Offered is mid-century studio ceramic by the artist Paul Volckening. This ceramic vase from the 1960s measures 11" in height, and is approximately 7" wide and is signed "Volckening" on the base. This fine example of a work by a studio artist of the American Studio Movement (1930-1972) is in excellent condition without cracks, chips or restoration. The work features a blend of yellow and red ochre over a tan body with touches of gray and brown...
Art Deco crystal cocktail shaker with three alternating high-styled geometrically acid-etched cut back panels. Additional sections are cut into vertical as well as lozenge shape patterns. Acid-stamped signature beneath: Cristal Nancy France; circa 1930's. Dimensions: 10 3/8" H.
"Just-A-Shot" 1 1/2 oz. jigger in the form of a shot gun shell casing. Gilded bottom as well as interior. American circa 1930's. 2 3/4" H.
10" x 7.5" x 1.5", dated 1976 and marked with marks indicating Gustavberg and Stig Lindberg, and additional mark on the reverse by the specific decorator. Excellent condition no damage. Gustavsberg is a Swedish porcelain company that originated in 1826. It broke up in the 1990s and was sold off in pieces, to the dismay of residents of the Gustavsberg area, but artisans continued producing ceramics and household porcelain in the Gustavsberg tradition...