Elegant and unusual Whiting and Davis deco mesh purse, circa the 1920’s. Gorgeous abstract design in gold, green and silver. What makes this purse really interesting is the engraved scroll-motif frame – I’ve never seen one quite like it! Whiting and Davis mark on the interior of the frame. Excellent condition; one dropped ring under one hinge. Measures 6 1/2” by 4 1/2”.
Rare sterling silver ice tongs in Kirk’s popular “Old Maryland Plain” pattern. This pattern, designed in 1850, is one of the oldest patterns in Baltimore silver. Because it is so simple, it can appear both Colonial or contemporary, and works well with nearly any silver pattern. The tongs are marked with later 20th century Kirk hallmarks.
Origin: America, ca 1980. Condition: excellent, no monogram. Size: 6-1/4” long. Weight: 84.5 grams.
Please note that the mortar and pestle pictured on the right side--as seen in the first photo--has been sold.
This wonderful, 1940-1950s vintage hand made and painted mortar and pestle display once adorned the interior of a Connecticut pharmacy...
Who can imagine a Sunbonnet Sue quilt cuter than this with the girls chatting over the garden gate? To the best of my knowledge, this is an original rendition of a popular pattern. Excellent condition; well quilted. Dated 1932. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Measures 65" x 76".
A Rosenthal (Selb Bavaria) Inkstand; White with Gilt and Burnt Orange Florals. Dimensions 12" wide x 7" deep x 2.25" high. Marked December 2, 1931, possibly as a gift date, with the inkstand slightly earlier. Monogrammed. Very modest wear under the bottom of base; Excellent condition overall.
This is an IVORY NETSUKE from a Maryland Estate. This is a DEPICTION of TWO SQUIRRELS on a LOG or BARREL. The size is 1 1/2" X
1 3/8" X 7/8" thick. This piece was carved in CHINA and is signed on the bottom. Date this 1970-1990 in EXCELLENT Condition
Signed, hinged, Wavecrest box in the eggcrate design with original lined interior; perfect condition; top with floral design; 3" wide x 2 1/4" tall.
This box, although not signed, appears to be done by DeVez. It has a lovely sceic enamel top of a house in the snow It also is decorated on the sides, and measures 2 1/2" tall x 3 1/2" wide. It is in perfect condition.
This large, brilliant, cut glass pitcher, measures 11" tall x 5 1/4" diameter on the bottom. I am not an expert on cut glass, but I know a good piece when I see it, and this is one of them. Although I cannot find a signature, I'm sure the pattern will be identifiable to an expert who knows their patterns. There are a couple of very minor flakes at the top, otherwise in perfect condition.
Lovely continental porcelain oyster plates in three different colors; each in perfect condition; measures 9 1/2" diameter; one with pink center, one with blue center, and one with teal center; only markings on back are a raised star. This started out as a set of 12, and I have several left in stock.
This is a one of a SERIES of 24 GIBSON GIRL PLATES made in 1901 by the DOULTON COMPANY. Drawn by CHARLES D. GIBSON each plate depicts
an episode in the life of the "WIDOW AND HER FRIENDS". The Diaeter is 10 3/8" and the Condition is EXCELLENT. jgps provide more info.
The Fruits decoration on this FireKing 1 pint baking dish was done by Gay Fads Studios during the 1950's. The color is excellent as can be seen in the picture, the glass is also in excellent condition. I have 2 available, price is per baking dish. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
The Florentine pattern was produced by Hazel Atlas Glass Company from 1932 to 1935. It was made with scalloped edges or straight edges. Although Hazel Atlas didn't distinguish one from the other, collectors today call the scalloped edge 'Florentine 1' and the straight edge style 'Florentine 2'. Offered here is the 3 3/4 inch ashtray in green in Florentine 2 - straight edge. This is the small size ashtray that's very hard to find...
This is a STERLING BABY SPOON with an ANGEL on the Handle manufactured by REED AND BARTON. The size is 3 9/16" long, the bowl measures 1 1/8" X 1 1/4". There is a Beautiful little Winged ANGEL on the top. This one is monogrammed on the back: C.A.R.J. in script. In EXCELLENT Condition date this ANGEL BABY SPOON 1894, patent date on the back (see jpgs). REED AND BARTON mark: EAGLE R LION/ and clearly marked STERLING on the back of the Spoon
REPLY: Available and quite sharp. Vintage ornate granulated chased applied rope silver metal work dagger, sheath and chain scarf hair pin tie clip. The blade edges were made wavy.
Simply stamped: 5 and 900 (90% compared to 92.5% for sterling) presumably for the silver content as it tests at least that. Just under 2 1/2". Super condition with decades of rich patina.
$10 USPS Priority Mail/Ins/Track or Free with USA CK or USPS MO...
This is a very nice pharmacy or drug store “female specific” medicine bottle labeled “LUTEIN TABLETS” Corpus LUTEUM Preparation. This circa 1940, Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc., Baltimore bottle measures almost 4” and is in very good condition. The metal cap is embossed with the logo "HW&D" on top. A neat find!
This is a hard-to-find, pharmacy or drug store female specific tin labeled “SEDETS” – Pain pills from the 1940 – 1950 era. The tin measures 2 inches and is in very good condition complete with unused contents. There are faint scratches and minor wear areas. Marked "Rexall Drug Company" and "Patented 1938 in Canada".
This is part of many “female specific” old pharmacy stock items for sale.
This striking, decorated, ceramic apothecary jar dates from the 1930s and is marked "GERMANY" on its base. Measuring 9 inches tall, this jar features lovely, gold-painted swags.
The cover has a crack as seen in the photo, but the jar otherwise is quite fine lending flair and elegance to your apothecary collection.