This Zeh Scherzer & Co. vase bears the portrait of Louise, Queen of Prussia ( March 10, 1776- July 19, 1810) She is admired for unflinching courage in which she bore the sufferings on her and her family during the war between Prussia and France. This vase is chocolate brown with a gold rim. It is 8" x 4". This vase is not hallmarked. This vase is circa 1880. There is what appears to be a hairline on the inside of the lip of the vase. This "hairline" does not seem to come through the procelain to the painted side. This vase is sold "as is as found".
This Zeh Scherzer & Co. vase depicts strawberries falling out of a basket. It is 8" tall. It is hallmarked Z.S. & Co / Bavaria. It is circa 1880.
This Zeh Scherzer & Co vase depicts figs falling out of a basket. It is 8" tall. It is hallmarked Z.S. & Co / Bavaria. It is circa 1880.
These Wood & Hughes sterling fiddle back tablespoon were made circa 1871. They are 7 1/8" long.
They look and feel like coin silver but they are marked sterling. The Mono is "MEG".
I have three (3) of these tablespoons for sale @ 79.95 each
These Haskell or Czechoslovakian dress clips has small 5 petaled plastic flowers in a variety of colors wired to a Haskell type frame. These dress clips have a subtle playfullness about them that is charming, beautiful and very feminine. Circa 1920's.
This "Whitehall" punch bowl, cups, and ladle were made by Colony. The punch bowl is 13 1/4" in diameter. The punch cups are footed. I have only 11 punch cups. All of the items are in excellent condition. This was made circa 1964. It is a stacked cube design.
This white coral bracelet has 14K bead spacers. It is 7 1/2" long. The coral beads are approximately 3/8" in diameter.
This Beautiful belt buckle is made entirely of Mid-Victorian Hand-Carved Whitby Jet.
The Brooch is deeply carved with leaves and flower blooms – in great detail.
Today it is illegal to mine jet in Whitby because the only jet left is in seams in the walls of the cliffs over the town. To remove it from the cliffs would cause them to tumble down and destroy the town. The two remaining jet
cutters today have to rely on pieces that wash up on the beaches of this seacoast town. Because of its scarcity, jet jewelry is very precious, and early examples are avidly collected.
The Romans called Jet ‘Black Amber’.
Each half of the buckle is 2 3/8" x 1 1/2". The total buckle is 3 1/4" x 2 3/8" wide.
These Wexford stemmed wines/juice were made in 1967-1968 by Anchor Hocking. There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to these items. They are in excellent condition.
This Weiss multi colored rhinestone butterfly pin is 2 3/8" x 1 3/4" . It is hallmarked "Weiss" on the back. The back of this pin shows wear.
This Weiss gold tone flower basket has colored marquise stones.
This pin was sold on a card marked Weiss. The pin is NOT signed anything. It is 2 1/2" by 1/2" deep. It is a 3-D pierced 14K brushed gold basket with 2 sprays of marquise hand set stones. Stunning!
This Weiss pin was sold on a card marked Weiss.The brooch is not signed anything. It is 2 1/2" by 1/2". It is a 3-D pierced 14K brushed gold with 2 sprays of marquise hand set stones.
This beautiful large vintage Wedgwood England black and white cameo pin/ brooch is set in a silver frame. Subject matter depicts cherubs at play while the dog sleeps under the tree and the cherub plays the horn. It measures 2 1/8" x 1 1/2" . It is in excellent condition. It is marked on the back F04 (=1904).
As it was then, so its is today, the craftsmen of Waterford remain supreme artists. This time-honored designs are brought to life in distinctive desk accessories and gifts.
The cuts, myriad in patterns, impart a vivacious sparkle, a personality to the crystal. It is hallmarked with the Waterford@Crystal mark-a sign that the centuries-old tradition of Waterford lives on in the piece you hold in your hand. THE PANEL FOR ENGRAVING OR PERSONALIZATION IS UNCUT.
This Waltham 21 jewel lady's wristwatch is running.
Please refer to the pictures for more information. We try very hard to provide you with good images to enable you to make an informed buying decision. This watch is sold as is. Note that we try winding the movements and then state our observations.. We are not able to comment on how long the movement is actually running, nor can we always diagnose all the shortcomings of a movement should it not run. This watch has not been serviced.
This tortoise ashbowl measures 7 1/4" in diameter and 2" high.
Due to the polularity of the tortoise figurines, Wade decided to introduce an ashtray, or ashbowl, utilizing the figurines as decoration to add interest to the bowls. The bowl is in the Scintillite finish.
This large footed serving tray by Sheridan Silver Plate is 15 3/4" square. It has scroll work and floral designs on the edges, feet, and center. No Monograms! It is hallmarked Sheridan Silver on the bottom. There are no dents, dings! There have been no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition. This item weighs more than 7 lbs and will need an 18" x 18" x 12" box for shipping.