This McCoy two-tone yellow/brown small fan vase looks good on either side. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition. Circa 1954.
This McCoy bird dog planter is 12 1/2" x 8 1/2" with the McCoy mark. There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.
A stylish cloisonné (shippo) beaker vase by Ando, 10” in height, circa 1950 – 1970. It has the original box with a pamphlet issued by the Ando Cloisonne Company, the leading cloisonné company in Japan. The note briefly introduces the company, how their cloisonné are made (with photos) and a photo of the very famous enameled mirror discovered in *Shoso-in.
*The Shoso-in was originally the storehouse of the Todaiji temple...
Crossing the Oho-e-ga-wa [Province Suraga]’, c 1853-1856. Lithographed plate 16" x 10.5", by T Sinclair after a Japanese print, showing nobles being carried over water on litters, and in one case on a man’s shoulders.
This ivory handled crumb scoop is 13 1/4" long x 2 3/4" wide. I do not know English hallmarks so I have included the best pictures I could to show them to you. If you know please email me with the correct identification.
Beautiful carnival glass Wheaton flask commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. The front is embossed with the side view of Dr. King with his years of life 1929 to 1968. The back is embossed " Non-Violence is the Answer" Nobel Prize acceptance speech Oslo 1965. The base is embossed " Wheaton Glass Co., Millville, NJ. This fine bottle measures 8 1/4" and is in Excellent condition!
Moderntone was produced by Hazel Atlas Glass from 1934 - 42. Offered here is the salt & pepper shaker set in cobalt. excellent condition, see my other listings for more in this pattern in cobalt and amethyst.
Laurel is a depression glass pattern that was made by the McKee Glass Company in the 1930's. This luncheon plate is the French Ivory color. 7 1/2 inches in diameter, all are in excellent condition. I have 2 available, price is per plate. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
This P & G kerosene table lamp is 29" tall to the top of the chimney.
The shade is 14" in diameter and 6" tall.
The kerosene burner is marked " The American Eureka lamp". This burner has not been electrified. It is in original condition.
This lamp is hand painted with yellow and pink and roses all around the lamp.
This sterling souvenir spoon from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is an official spoon made by Bert Ball (1902).
the handle design is 1803-buffalo hunter-covered wagon,and campfires, train 1903.
The bowl depicts the Festival Hall and central cascades. No description can convey to the mind an adequate idea of the beauty of this wonderful architectural masterpiece designed by Cass Gilbert of New York, Notwithstanding the great size of the building the festive effect is shown in every part...
Nine Patch quilt on a chambray ground with wonderful gingham checks. Triangles connecting the Nine Patches create octagons in the off blocks making this more than a simple Nine Patch. A lovely country quilt in classic red, white and blue. (On my monitor, it looks more pinkish, but that is not the case.) Pristine, unwashed condition. Measures 73" x 82". Pennsylvania origin; circa 1910.
Very rare example of West German studio art pottery. It is signed on the base and has original label. It is 3.5" high and 6.25" in diameter. Condition is excellent.
This iridescent Floragold ( Louisa) 13 1/2" tray is in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.
The total height of this 4 panel slag glass boudoir lamps is 14 1/2" to the top of the finial. It has an ivory finish. The top of the shades shows the heat wear to the paint. This lamp is signed E. M. Co.
LIBERTY BLUE by STAFFORDSHIRE was made circa 1975 - 1981.
The teapot has the usual crazing and one chip on the underside of the lid. Pictures 3 & 4 try to show the underside lip and the view from the top to give you a better view of the actual damage.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Wheeling, West Virginia produced glass from 1845-1891. This canoe is before 1886 before Hobbs, Brockunier and Co. ceased to exist on December 31 of 1886 and before Hobbs Glass Co. was organized in August of 1886.
There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.
The canary canoe is 8 1/4" long and 3" wide at the center.
There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item . This item is in excellent condition.
This was made by the Indiana Glass Company circa 1929-1932.
Wonderful black velvet purse with an extraordinary Sterling Silver Figural Frame w/Cherubs and possibly Biblical Figures. The frame measures 7" across and is elaborately hallmarked for sterling with a helmeted soldier facing left, a pine bough type punchmark MC amd P.H., and another unclear mark. Has 2 compartments inside lined with soft kid leather in a grey. Some wear, but overall Very to Good Condition. Frame in good working order.