Vintage lithographed tin Halloween pan noisemaker, decorated in green, black, white and orange. The decorations include a witch, a ghost and a skeleton around a cauldron. The edges are decorated with jack o'lanterns, owls, bats and black cats. Marked "US Metal Toy Mfg. Co. Made In U.S.A." Very nice condition, some scratching where metal clappers hit against pan, very light rust on the unpainted clappers. Circa 1940s. 7-7/8" long.
Vintage American pulp Halloween jack o'lantern with the original paper face insert. Near mint condition. 5-1/2" tall (not including handle).
Very nice vintage celluloid doll dressed up in a fanciful crepe paper Halloween costume. This is the sort of handmade party favor illustrated in Dennison's "Bogie Books". Circa 1930. Very nice condition, with just a little wear on the hat. 7" tall.
Vintage bisque Halloween black cat candy container. The bottom is marked "Made In Japan." Circa 1930. Condition: excellent.
Pretty vintage Halloween postcard showing a young couple, he dressed as a Pilgrim and she dressed as a Victorian lady, walking along a scary path through the woods. They have just startled a black cat while a pair of witches look on from the background. The card has nice colors. The two lower corners have some creasing, sharp edges. The back is postmarked 1910.
Rare and Sublime Mother and Daughter Pair of Antique Korean Wood Dolls. A beautiful representation of the Soul of Korean Folk Art. Mother: 10h x 3w x 2d inches, 25.5 x 7.5 x 5 cm; Daughter: 8.25h x 2.5w x 1.5d inches, 21h x 6.5w x 4d cm.
Fine, Large Antique Indian Puppet Beautifully Adorned and Accessorized with a Wonderful Face. 29 inches, 74 cm.
Newley discovered unused Dunhill men's rectangular classic design. Limited edition; each with a 5 digit serial No. All examples identical to the images provided. Your unique serial No. will be provided at the time of purchase. Wholesale price, while they last.
Very impressive high grade classic rectangular design. DUNHILL Men's Rectangular Polished Stainless Steel 28mm in width and 39mm in length. New, unused and never worn. Water resistant to 39 mm. Mechanical hand winding Swiss mo...
Wonderful National Silver Co. sterling souvenir spoon showing the falls and bridges over the Columbia River in Spokane, WA. The handle depicts an Indian warrior with spear and tomahawk on the front and a squaw with papoose on the back of the handle. The back also shows tepees, a peace pipe, snowshoe, bow and arrows and an American Indian good luck symbol. The spoon is marked “Sterling” and has the National Silver Co. logo. The spoon is 5 3/4 inches long.
20084640 A Paye and Baker sterling silver souvenir spoon with “Indian Scout” depicted on front and back of the handle. The embossed bowl shows the “T & P Station” in Fort Worth, TX. The Texas and Pacific railroad station depicted opened December 16, 1889 and served Fort Worth until it was replaced in 1931. The handle is marked with the P & B logo and “Sterling.” The overall length of this spoon is 5 1/4 inches. Paye & Baker was formed in 1891 and their first products were souvenir ...
Famous the Jianyao bowl was produced to aim the real black one, however various types was born because of the change of kiln condition, for example higher temperature or air inflow etc.
These small bowls were used for the sake of examination of water at the tea ceremony called "Tocha/Japanese, Gedou cha/Chinese" .
This collection consists of 6 various original Jinayao bowls, "Yohen/窯変天目" ,"Yuteki/油滴天目","Wusan/烏盞","Nogime/兎毫盞","Haikaburi/灰被天目","Kaki/柿天目
This is a pair of equestrian riders from early Tang Dynasty (618 AD to 906 AD) with original orange polychrome. Riders are detachable from the horse.
The long sleeved dress and top knot of the female figure reflects on the trend of fashion at the time when Tang dynasty was heavily influenced by Turfan, central Asia.
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This terracotta figure of a farmer is made from Han Dynasty. He is wearing rope-tied sandals, holding a long sword on his left hand and spade on the right.
The smiling expression portray the satisfaction of a farmer within the Han empire and it illustrates the importance of agriculture being the cornerstone for the era, with canals and fields being developed and innovative technology introduced. Families were transported to the outskirts of the empire to create new lands and all farming lands...
This is a red pottery base to a "money tree" made during the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25 - 220) in Sichuan province. It is believed that money tree would bring in good fortune by shaking it. The missing upper part is a cast of thin layers of bronze trunk and branches with leaves depicted in the form of mythical animals and ancient Chinese coins.
The base is sculpted of winged-ram and rider with some animals and mythical creatures beneath. The story behind “money trees” is often associated ...
This figure of a shaman is a representation of an ancient Mongolian culture called Ewenki located in the primary forest in northeast of China and has existed for over 2000 years. It follows a religion-cultural practices of shamanism and is known for its distinctive dances and costumes which is shown from the figure on the right.
The mask is depicted with animal-like ears and horns that reflects on the relationship the tribe has with reindeer as their traditions often involves reindeer in the...
Chinese Eastern Han Dynasty Glazed Pottery Jar
This pottery jar of unusual form was made during the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25 - 220) and comes from Shaanxi province in the northwest of China. It is made from a reddish pottery, quite "heavily-potted" with a sturdy high foot. Simple incised decorative bands surround the jar at its waist. It is coated in an attractive amber glaze, the colour of which varies slightly in places. There are two kiln scars to the body (often seen on ware of this pe...
Fenton Glass Company made this pitcher with reamer. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
A Fine Chinese Tang Dynasty Sancai Glazed Pottery Groom with Oxford TL Test
This very fine pottery model of a foreign groom was made during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618 - 906). It is made from a highly-fired white pottery that has been coated in different coloured glazes, as well as the facial features being finished in cold-painted coloured pigments. The figure has a beard and moustache and wears a flowing cloak with distinctive head gear. His right arm is raised as though holding the reigns of...