French country French mustard pots. Variety of styles and so unique!
French Towel in the form of a buther's chart showing the various cuts of meat. Great to decorate your French Country kitchen. Also suitable for framing.
Wonderful French country baking pot. The lid has the handle on top which consists of the heads and necks of two birds entertwined and both have glass beaded eyes. There is one chip on the underside of the lid. Age is estimated to be 1920 or earlier.
Apothecary jar, antique, purchased in antique shop in Europe. Beautiful enameled label. Unfortunately, damaged in shipment, as seen in photo; and, the reason for the reduced price.
Paris, Eiffel Tower enameled French glass, center; and, two French glasses with attached metal fleur-de-lys and base. The enameled Eiffel Tower glass is much older, possibly around 1910.
Deco French metal cross and candle holders with brown bakelite or vintage plastic base. Marked Paris on underside.
Old French pottery ashtray, advertising a butcher shop in France. Pottery is in the same style as the French barrel pitchers, listed separately.
Beautiful toile fabric. Appearance of black transferware hunt scene on creamy beige background. Men attired in what appears to be French Louis IV clothing ride horses with dogs along side, hunting to bring home that special trophy. Priced by the yard, with several yards currently available. Soil and stain resistant.
Vintage Germany textiles are very unique, interesting and beautiful work. I purchased 5 at a German antique and flea market. Each are very long and are labeled, Rolltuch, which as I understand it, was used by rolling through the old drying wringer along with the washed clothing, to use in the wringing and drying process. Their length makes them great for decor such as tablecloth, runner, drapes, etc...
Burlap sacks have become popular for designers and decorators. I recently found two at a German antique and flea market. One is German and has the Bayerisch design which I think reflects the Bavarian region and also a source for some great German beer with the same blue and white design. The other is Dutch, from The Netherlands and has a nautical design of an anchor with the B monogram included in the design...
Toile, beautiful blue on white with birds, bridges, flora and fauna. Price per yard, but larger quantity is available.
European trim is beige textile with blue embroidery. There are no tags or labels to indicate such, but I estimate the fabric to be cotton and the embroidery to be machine. I purchased the trim in Europe at a flea/antique market and though it looks new, again there are no labels or tags to verify. The trim is rough at the top and I folded it over to create the photo. It measures 31 3/4 inches long and 7 inches tall. The height of just the embroidery is 4 inches...
French Country stein or krug, with lid and handle. Purchased in France. Warm woods with copper trim. 5" tall. Estimated age pre 1950s.
Tapestry from France, two available, one with nautical sea decor and the other with deer and other animal decor. Estimated age, pre 1900.
French Crystal. Very fine St Louis. Price per piece. Includes brilliant stemware.
European Map or Chart of South Germany. Great wall decor for the office, displayed by the desk; a masculine boy or man's room; or cabin or lodge furnishings or decor. It was probably used for instructional purposes. It is constructed like the old school charts. It is mounted on a wooden bar and rolls up and bolts at the sides for storage, or unbolts, rolls down and hangs by the hook for instruction or for today's use, for decor...
Faux bamboo, wooden, two prong, hanging coat and hat rack. Unusual to find such a small size. Great for fitting in with a similar grouping, or for use in smaller spaces or smaller rooms. Two metal brackets on back for hanging.
Old French bottle carrier. Great way to store or serve your wine or other bottles. Designers and decorators: Great for Tuscan, Provence, French Country decor. One decorator shares that he hangs the carrier on the wall from the bottom of the carrier with the handle protruding forward and uses it to hold wine bottles.