The head is encrusted with tiny seed pearls and a red eye. Great detail. Well loved by it's former owner. There is very slight imperfections in the enamel on the lower body to the left of the front wing and few tiny spots on the wings. Overall great condition for its age.
Circa: 1940s Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 3 5/16" x 1 3/4"
It is 2 1/16" tall by 1.5" wide.
Ref: Brunialit, American Costume Jewelry- Art & Industry ( 2008) vol 2, pa 24, dating the series using stones from Oval Mfg Co., advertised by them in Jeweler's Circular Keystone in 1945, mentioning the camel.
Dimensions: 1 1/4" x 1 7/8"
Hallmark: Reja Sterling
Hallmark: Reja, sterling
Dimensions: 2 5/8" x 1 5/8"
Condition : Excellent
Ref: Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry p. 211-212. Excellent condition. It is 2.5" x 1 1/4" .
It is 4 /14" long by 1 7/8" in width. The earrings are 1 7/8" long by 3/4" wide.
The shade is 13.75" in diameter. The scene on the lamp is repeated 3 times on the shade. It is 6 1/2" tall.
The 2 socket base is cast iron covered with a felt. There are no hallmarks anywhere that I can find on the shade, the base, the cap.
The lamp stands 19 1/2" tall to the top of the finial.
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this lamp. It is fully functional and is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 11" tall to the top of the handle, side spray of 14" with a depth of 6".
Reference: Brunialti, American Costume Jewelry- Art & Industry (2008) designed by Jacques Leff, in 1939 page 162 in Vol. #1
I have seen this pin as high as $895.00.
It has 2 flakes on the reverse underside of the platter.
I have seven (7) of these luncheon / desert forks for sale @ $19.95 each.
The open sugar has a mouth opening of 3 1/4", the creamer 2 1/2". The open sugar is 2 3/4" tall, the creamer2 1/8".
They are in good condition.
The cooler measures 17 1/2" including the lid. The outside diameter is 12". This crock, stoneware ice water cooler weighs in at a hefty 41 pounds.
The blue paint is still very vibrant. The gasket around the spigot should be replaced because it has some dry rot.
This pattern was product of Harry W. Rhead, and was Roseville's first major success.It has a band cherubs in a wide variety of scenes separated by trees on a light brown background. Several rows of white piping are used to emphasize the rim, base and the band of cherubs. unmarked!
I've seen this piece as high as $295.00.
This is hallmarked "Roseville U.S.A. and style number.
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.