Early twentieth century bowl fine silver bowl. The bowl is 10 x 2 3/4in and is marked 800 parts silver, which is slightly less than Sterling’s 925. The pattern is a floral one while the edges are shaped to look like a flower. The bottom of the bowl on the inside is textured, and underneath the bowl, there are three balls acting as feet to raise it above the ground. It is very beautiful and good condition, 15.9 troy oz...
Silver plated mirror and footed plateau, circa vintage. This heavy mirror plateau is 16 x 2 1/2in, and it’s glass is beveled with cut edges. The silver mark is a crown and bird’s claw, and on the plateau’s back, “BCLV111” is carved into the wood. The silver overlay is in very good condition; some screws are missing on the back, but the plateau is still very securely screwed on. There is a flaw in the surface behind the mirror, but that is not due to damage...
A Boehm system Flute in wood imported by Carl Fischer, NY. All keys are working and there are no cracks. One tenon has repair.
Royal Doulton English bone china set with Pastoral pattern/pattern no. 4810, circa 1940-1950. This forty-four piece set includes: eleven 10 1/2" dinner plates, eleven cups and saucers, seven 6" salad plates, and seven 8 1/4" bread plates. All are in excellent condition. The Pastoral pattern depicts several different delicate flowers that line the dishes and cups along with gold trimming and frilled edges. *Call our store to process order,
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This fabulous Morgantown Adonis wine goblet with its green Athena stem is in excellent, unused condition and is quite hard to find. This beauty shows a Grecian flowers medallion with the stylized face of Adonis in its center. This elaborate medaliion repeats three times around the panel optic bowl. This rare wine goblet stands 7 3/8" tall. I have other Morgantown and elegant glassware in my inventory... take a peek. Insurance and confirmation are included in the price.
This vintage Knickerbocker figurine or novelty stem is by Morgantown Glass from the 1940s. It features a crystal clear stem of man in a top hat wearing a monocle (looks like the Planter Peanut's man.) The flared art deco sky blue blown bowl darkens as it forms the base, that is then attached to the stem. The foot is also blue and is blown, finished glass that is also attached to the clear stem He stands 5 1/4" high and is in perfect, unused condition. Highly collectible. Book value $150.
This set of six Morgantown crystal clear tea or hot chocolate handled tumblers feature the Bernadette etch surrounding the rim. This fine acid etch shows a circle of grape bunches and leaves. The blown paneled glass has a finished bottom with a pulled and attached handle. Each delicate glass in this set is in excellent, undamaged condition and stand 4 3/4" high. I have other Morgantown and elegant glassware in my inventory... take a peek...
This is a handsome vase dating from the mid 20th century, Showa period. It has a lovely design with the tapered top done in a geometric medium blue color. As the base straightens out to a vertical body, we find a rounded body with a blue stream connecting reserves of the Three Friends of Summer. The back of the vase is primarily a plain white glaze. On the base is a signature that has been translated as “Toho”. It measures 6” high and is 4 ¼” diameter A at its widest...
This lovely amber centerpiece bowl is marked with a C in a triangle for the Cambridge Glass Company. The broad flared rim rises from a collar foot showing the fine, rich amber color throughout. It spans 12 3/4" across the broad rim and is 3 1/2" deep. This elegant piece is in excellent condition. I have other Cambridge and elegant glassware in my inventory... take a peek. Insurance and confirmation are included in the price.
Save 10% today... These 6 Rose Cut wine stems by Fostoria Glass Company (only 5 are pictured, I found 1 more to add for a set of 6.) Each features a large gray cut rose and cut leaves on a fire polished flared bowl. The stem is art deco showing flared knobs attached to a broad foot. All 6 are in excellent, unused condition and stand 4 7/8" tall. I have other Fostoria and elegant glassware in my inventory... take a peek. Insurance and confirmation are included in the price.
Lovely white glazed porcelain apostle pitcher. The pitcher features the apostles, in relief, around the body. The piece measures 8" tall X 5 1/2" in diameter, and is in very good condition. It bears no marks.
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These bright and sparkly candlesticks are in Fostoria's American patter featuring all over cubes of fire-polished glass. These cubes throw light like prisms on a bright and sunny day. Each candlestick is in excellent, unused condition and stands 6 1/4" tall. Insurance and confirmation are included in the price.
This is a pretty pink Holiday Button and Bows depression glass 9 inch Dinner Plate was made by Jeannette Glass from 1947 to 1949. This Plate is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Be sure to search our other Holiday available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
A very pretty Satsuma canister. It is in perfect condition. It hss a very nice mark. It is at least 60 years old. It is about 4 1/4" tall, 3" across. It is the Thousand Flower" design, traditional, complex and colorful. A very nice piece.
Pair of cat andirons from the first half of the twentieth century. The black cats measure 17in high with large green glass eyes that look like they are winking when the fire is lit. The log rest measures 16 3/4in and both log rest and cats are made of steel. In decent condition, cats are in very good condition, but log rests have some rust and wear on them. The log rest can be detached from the cats as separate pieces...
The flanged shape is Art Deco, the chintz pattern is Julia, made for the Royal Winton line of Grimwades in England, circa 1940. The colors on this piece are subdued, and lovely. It has been professionally restored, the mend is invisible from the front, and is reflected in the low price on this very rare shape. The dish measures 10 inches by 6-1/2 inches, and is in very good condition with light crazing.
A lovely silver deposition on clear glass bowl with handles made by Heisey, circa early 20th century. The bowl entails floral sterling silver deposition and handles. It is in good condition and bears the Heisey mark. The bowl measures 10” in diameter and 2” deep. *Call our store to process order,
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Blue/ turquoise glazed Van Briggle handmade pot, circa vintage not sure of exact date. Marked on the bottom with a hand signature by the pottery maker, the pot is 2 1/2in tall and 3 3/4in wide. The beautiful glaze starts as a dark blue at the top but gradually transitions into a bright turquoise hue. Handmade at the Van Briggle factory in Colorado Springs. In good condition, the marking is worn and glaze has subtle cracks in it from age...