This is fantastic piece of 40s figural jewelry. Each of the five links is set with hand painted figural Asia Princess face masks and accented with small faux pearls and a gold headband with tassel drops. Each face has red lips and white eyebrows and eye slits.
This bracelet is 7 3/8" long by 1 3/4" wide set in chunky silver tone. It is possible that this might also be Selro / Selini, too.
This wishbone sugar cube tong is hallmarked with Lunt symbol Treasure #271 and sterling. This item also has engraved initials on one side of bottom of wishbone.
This S. Kirk & Son repousse sterling rose brooch / pin is 2 1/2" long by 1" wide. It is hallmarked S. Kirk and Son. sterling, 12F
This Victorian grapes napkin ring is topped with a leaf draped over one side of a wine barrel which is elevated on a short pedestal. The base in the shape of a grape leaf is elevated by a low, recessed ring. It is hallmarked Standard Silver Col., Ltd, Number 733.
These gold stone cuff links are 3/4" wide by 1/2". There are no maker markings.
This Staret amethyst and rhinestone fur clip is 3" long by 1 1/2" wide. It is in phenominal vintage condition. Circa 1940.
This Alice Caviness sterling silver filigree bracelet is hallmarked "Alice Caviness and Germany" It is 1" wide and 8" long. It is in gorgeous vintage condition. Circa 1930.
This bracelet was designed with a woman in mind. The filigree is very dainty. It is 7 3/4" long by1" wide. It closes with a hidden push clasp. It is a knockout!
Alice Caviness jewelry was sold only in high end boutiques.
This Consolidated Cased Glass Regent line cookie jar in aqua blue color is 6 1/2" tall with a diameter of 6 1/2" and a mouth opening of 4".
Hummel Little Hiker was first modeled by sculptor Arthur Moeller. It has been withdrawn from U. S. market since 2002.
Street Singer has been sharing his tune since 1939 when acclaimed Mi. I. Hummel Master Sculptor, Arthur Moeller designed him in his top hat and tails.
In Charles Dicken's The Pickwick Papers (1837), Tony is a coachman who inherits a pub from his wife, He is the father of Sam Weller, who works for him at the inn. Circa 1936-1960
"Old King Cole was a merry old soul" are the words of the nursery rhyme that inspired the design of this jug. The collar frill was remodelled around 1939 and variation two can be found with both deep and shallow white ruff modellings.
This is variation No. 2 circa 1939-1960 .
In Charles Dicken's classic, David Copperfield, Wilkins Micawber is Copperfield's landlord and friend. A sanguine idler, Micawber unmasks Uriah Heep as a villain and rewarded with passage to Australia, where he settles happily in a prominent neighborhood.
This Kramer blue rhinestone necklace is hallmarker "Kramer". It is 16" bib design. Looks fabulous on.
This vintage rhinestone McClelland Barclay fur clip is 2 1/2" tall. It is hallmarked McClelland Barclay. No missing stones.
This OLD MASTER-EMBOSSED(SILVER PLATE,ROSES AND SCROLLS) by TOWLE, Holloware, is 11" in diameter nad 2 14" deep. Please notice there is a small silver loss on the inside bottom rib. Please take a look at the picture for a better description.
A camel on an ornate oval base nicely sculptured with fine detail. The camel is a domestic animal in places like Egypt and Saudi Arabia, but wild in many areas. This napkin ring was probably made by Rogers, Smith and Co., number 269. NOTE: THIS CAMEL HAS THE END OF ITS TAIL, often missing, STILL IN TACT.
This napkin ring is a well-formed rooster standing on a tiered, oval vase. The napkin holder has bright cut engraving. Circa 1870. This is made by the Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co #11.