Robin's-egg blue with white speckles - two little enamelware spoons for a German doll kitchen. The spoons are 3 1/4 inches long and have some dings, but nothing distracting. Just right for dolly to stir in her pot or taste her stew. Circa: 1920.
Offered here is a vintage door top, with a great look. Will ship handily. Measures 32" by 21".
This little basket is just right for dolly to serve croissants at breakfast. It is a bit over 4 inches long and 2 1/8 inches wide. There is some wear and paint loss, but it still looks fine with the two pastries - part of sale - in it. Indeed a very nice accessory for a blue and white German doll kitchen room box. Circa: 1910-1920.
Arts and Crafts opalescent glass lamp shade of ribbed and flattened form, made circa 1900. The shade measures approximately 16 cm / 6 1/4 inches at its widest and 6 cm 2 3/8 inches high. The standard size bulb holder hole measures approximately 2.8 cm \ 1 1/8 inches in diameter. The photographs show the shade from both sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs, this I guarantee. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions...
Bronze garden fountain consisting of three putti surrounding a decorative palm stem supporting a scalloped basin with 4 putti heads from which water spouts. Original date uncertain, though variations on this design have been manufactured both in the US and Europe since the mid-nineteenth century. Provenance: a private building in Manhattan. Overall 51" high, bowl diameter 42", base is 22" square. Is in fine shape with nice patina.
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" wide...
George Nelson Omni System Wall Unit, designed in 1952 for Structural Products. Constructed of American Walnut, these four bays stretch over ten feet! It is infinitely versatile as it is completely modular; shelves may be mounted on either side of the support rails. The construction and design attests to Nelson's ingenuity...brackets slide in to lock into the rails, and shelves are fastened to the brackets, and upon assembly it is rock solid...
Cute little glazed earthenware fish for a German
doll kitchen. They are olive green, burgundy and white, 2 inches long, 1 inch wide and 1/2 inch deep. The burgundy and green fish each have a flea bite on the rim.
They were most likely manufactured by National Street Collection of the Winter Welfare Agency. Circa: 1940-1942.
Decorative vintage cast iron urn without ears ca 1930. Very suitable for table top use indoors or out. 15.5" high by 16" in diameter with 6.5" square base. Old white paint finish
17" high, note one with losses at base. Old paint distressed.
Such a bundle of old fabric - the fabric is vintage but the bundle is not - would be great in a German kitchen or shop. It is 1 3/4 inches long, 1 1/4 inch tall and 1 inch wide.
Just darling! These tiny tin wall canisters are only 1 3/4 inches wide, 1 1/4 inches deep and 2 1/4 inches high at the back. Both are decorated with stenciled Dutch motifs. They are a bit rusty and scratched on the bottoms and back but otherwise in good condition. Circa: 1920s.
Pair of tall painted shutters with fleur-de-lis, or fleur-de-lys cut outs. Old French standing rattan flower basket, shown in photo, is also available.
Approx. 27.5" high. Best to be repainted a better color.
Vintage European plate rack. Vertical wooden bars create space to hold your plates. Top of rack and shelf underneath the plate holder allows for additional display or storage (great French country look with baskets on top). Shelf could be used to hold cups, other decor, or servicing pieces. Pegs below the shelf could be used to hand cups, pots, etc; or to dry herbs and flowers. Purchased in France.
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.
How practical for Papa when he has to work at home! Just a swivel away and he can see what the kids are doing on the parlor floor. Or his daughter can take a turn on the chair. These sweet little office-type desk chairs are only 3 inches high at the back. The seats are 2 1/8 inches in diameter and each has a soft velvet cover. One is deep red, the other brown. And the tops of the chairs actually turn! The backrest of the red-seated chair has a small repair...
Wall Box for flowers, circa 1940.