This really nice 5 inch Milk Glass Bell with Hand Painted Blue Bells and Bows 'Best Wishes' was made by Westmoreland Glass. This pretty Bell has the clapper inside and the original label. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The painted Bell and Best Wishes decoration is all very good. The gold trim is all very good. Be sure to search our other Westmoreland glass available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
This really pretty crystal English Hobnail 3 3/8 Inch Square Nut Bowl or Cup was made by Westmoreland Glass. This Nut Bowl measures 1 1/2 Inches high and is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or cloudiness. Be sure to search our other Westmoreland glass available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
This married or mixed metal pin tray or dish was made by Los Castillo during the Cooperativa period in the early 1960's when the craftsmen of Antonio Paneda and Los Castillo worked together. The dish is copper inlaid with silver and brass in the form an archer. Measures approximately 5 5/8 inches square. Excellent estate condition
A beautiful early 20th C. Chinese soapstone carving, monk with an elephant in excellent condition.W:4"xH:2-3/4" $225
Wonderful Art Deco-like Taisho Period c.1925 bronze ususbata flower vase. Thick bronze with bamboo in raised relief and very rare and unusual 3 ring tripod base.
Used for tea ceremony. Ask for shipping quote. (H:10" ; W:8")
This is a brass stock and work horse figure in excellent condition. The sculpture is not marked and measures 2” by 3.75”. *Call our store to process order,
Historic District Antiques
This white fiberglass lounge chair dates from the 1960s and features an elegant, flowing shape, and is very comfortable. Designer and manufacturer are unknown, and there are no hallmarks. Measures 27.5" high, 23" wide and the seat height is 14.5" measured at the front edge. Condition is very good. There are a few small chip losses and only minor scuff marks, with no deep scratches. A tiny hole at the base of the seat is an anomaly from time of production...
Paden City Glass Co. made Eden Rose. This handled plate is 6.5". It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Seneca Glass Co. made this Driftwood pitcher from the 1960's-82. It is 10" tall and holds 65 oz. It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Cambridge Glass Co. made Chantilly from 1930's-1950's. These cordials hold 1 oz. They are in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Cambridge Glass Co. made Chantilly from 1930's-1950's. These tall sherbets hold 7 oz. They are in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Cambridge Glass Co. made Chantilly from the 1930's-1950's. These goblets hold 10oz. They are in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Iittala I-line decanter in smoky-plum colored glass. Blown, indented pontil, "bird-beak" spout. Created by Timo Sarpaneva for Iittala. Piece measures 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) tall. Excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Signed on bottom, Timo Sarpaneva - Iittala - 58
Intricately detailed figure of a Blackamoor holding a long cornucopia. The cornucopia doubles as a bud vase. The figure is formed of nero, lattimo and cristallo glass, and is composed of many pieces that have been blown and assembled while still hot. Designed by Ercole Barovier in 1938, these figures are extremely well made and beautiful. The figure measures 10.25 inches (26 cm) tall. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Unsigned, but authenticated by Barovier. Circa 1940.
Wonderful Tlaquepaque petatillo oval plate by Jose Bernabe.
See page 47 of the book "Ceramica, Mexican Pottery of the 20th Century" by Amanda Thompson.
11" by 8 1/2".
In excellent condition for Mexican Pottery which, because it is low fired, always has a chip or two or a glaze pop or something.
Signed in the back: "Jose Bernabe C. Tonala, Jal. Mexico"
This is a really nice crystal ribbed glass Refrigerator Bottle with Lid and metal spout made by McKee. This Jar measures 10 1/2 inches long X 5 1/2 inches X 5 inches. The Bottle is in very good condition. The bottom has no chips, cracks or cloudiness. The lid has a tiny, 1/8 inch flea bit on the site facing you in the picture. The metal spout is very good with very slight discoloration. It works. Be sure to search our other kitchen items available...
Rare phallic charm from northern Thailand. This is the only one I have seen carved from an elephant’s tooth. Originally these were worn by men at the waist and were thought to protect the wearer from any harm to his penis and in a more general sense they also are believed to bring luck especially in terms of “wealth generating or protection”, so one might be kept in your cash box to increase your cash flow or a woman might keep one in her purse to prevent it being “snatched”...
This working grocery store scale was made by the Standard Computing Company of Detroit, Michigan, which patented it in 1909. Finished with gold glossy paint, this vintage scale is an eye catcher. Dimensions are 31 inches in height x 17 inches in width x 18 inches in depth. The 16 x 13 inch glass round where you placed your items to be weighed is included.