This is a very nice pair of Art Deco Bookends made around the 1940’s with Greyhounds jumping the Black Portor marble bases. One of them was repaired at some point (See picture). Books not included. Circa Date 1940. Dimensions 4 ½”high/ 7 ½”wide/ 3 ½”deep.
This is a very decorative pair of Aubusson Pillows from the second half of the 20th century centering fruit filled urns flanked by birds on branches. Dimensions 20”high/ 20”wide.
Pink Miss America Ice Tea Tumbler. These were made by the Hocking Glass Company from 1933 to 1936. They are in mint never used condition. The pink color is very deep. The best I have ever had for sale. No nicks, chips, cracks, or damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Molded with a fluted form and glazed with a beautiful oxblood ground and organic hand lacquered leaves, flowers and branches depicted on all sides. The over-all colors used are varying shades of green, metallic gold, and just a touch of sky blue in a few of the flowers. What stands out the most is the shimmer of the gold lacquer on top of the deep red background. Beautiful! The verso reads “Maruni Patent Made in Occupied Japan” with a circle and two bars painted over the circle...
This Unusual Gothic style Altar Piece is in Excellent Overall Condition, c1940. Featuring Intricate hand-carved detail, beautiful hand wove silk thread flowers surrounding the crucifix. Measuring 53"H x 21"W x 10"D. Please view all pictures to enjoy, serious inquiries are welcome!
This is a large Italian stucco Bracket from the first half of the 20th century consisting a large acanthus leaf flanked by large volutes. Minor chips can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1920. Dimensions 8 ½”high/ 7”wide/ 4 ½”deep.
Westmoreland Yellow Elegant Depression Glass Hobnail Shakers. Made by the Westmoreland Glass Company in 1930's. Excellent unused condition. No damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Florentine Yellow Depression Glass Footed 9 ounce Tumbler. Made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company from 1932 to 1935. Mint unused condition. No damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Cameo Yellow Depression Glass Cereal Bowl. Mint unused condition with no damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Made by the Hocking Glass Company from 1930 to 1934.
Cameo Yellow Depression Glass Oval Vegetable Bowl. Excellent unused condition. Made by the Hocking Glass Company from 1930-1934. This is 10 inches long. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
This is an interesting find--a pair of bookends, made from cast iron, painted with a cottage in the forest scene. These were made ca. 1900. Each one has green felt on the bottom.
good condition; fading of paint on both bookends--see photos.
Dimensions: height--5.5"; base diameter is 5";
Information for buyers: please look at the photos closely and read the item description and condition report prior to bidding. I will not take any returns on these items...
Iris & Herringbone Blue Depression Glass Lamp Shade. Made by the Jeannette Glass Company from 1928 to 1933. Excellent condition with no damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Green Princess Depression Glass Butter Dish & Cover. Made by the Hocking Glass Company from 1931 to 1935. Mint condition with no damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Red Coin Fostoria Candy Dish Footed. Made by the Fostoria Glass Company from 1958 to 1982. This candy Dish is 6 1/4 inches tall. Excellent condition with no damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Gorgeous original petite beveled Barbola mirror with handmade gesso flowers, c. 1920. The flowers are very delicate with roses, tulips and forget me knots. The petite mirror rests on 2 balled feet and has its own stand. The mirror measures about 6" high and 5" across. There are some chips and cracks to the flowers and some very minor spotting to the mirror, but in fabulous condition for almost 100 years old! A great addition to your collection!
Red Question Mark Antique Cruet from 1880. Excellent condition with no damage of any kind. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Forest Green Depression Glass Charm Dinner Plate. No scratches or damage of any kind. Made by the anchor Hocking Glass Company in 1950,s. These are 9 1/2 inches wide. Satisfaction is guaranteed.