2 handled bowl: 4 3/4" diameter x 1 7/8" depth.
Under plate: 6 5/8" Condition: Excellent, gold rim also excellent, bottom of each gold handle shows wear
Sculptor: Fulgencio Garcia
Height: 11 1/2"
Width: 6 "
This item is in excellent condition without a box.
This was made by the Indiana Glass Company circa 1929-1932.
Virginia Metalcrafters 1890-2006 Waynesboro, Virgina. The started out as the Loth Stove Company and later acquired the Harvin Company of Baltimore in 1953. Authentic sand cast reproduction from special bases and alloys along with fine craftmanship and faithful attention to detail were reflected in all items made by Virginia Metalcrafters. These reproductions were as close to the originals in process, construction and finsih as was possible to achieve. VM used the Harvin Trademark. The symbol of the hand molder as well as their own Betty Lamp Hallmark in the production of many accessories such as their leaf trays, trivets, andirons, sconces, candlesticks and other decorative objects. It is no wonder they were sought after by museums, foundations, and historic preservationists to replicate our countries antiques. A list of some of their commisioned museum appointments while in business include: Thomas Jefferson, Monticello Memorial Foundation, Old Sturbridge Village, HIstoric Charleston, Historic Newport, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Colonial Williamsburg Restoration, Mount Vernon Mystic Seaport.
Notice the hook on the reverse and that this ladle has a gold wash bowl. It is also hallmarked 18-7-1931.
There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition.
There area no cracks, no chips, no hairlines and no repairs to this item. It does have the usual McCoy crazing.
Reference : Glass Toothpick Holders by Bredehoft and Samford 2nd edition, page 128.- The newer ones made after 1940 have a cupped and stippled base.
$10.00 each x 6 ( sold to dealer)
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. There is no inner rim roughness. This item is in excellent condition.
Dimensions (approximate) : 11" tall, base is 3 1/2" in diameter, & the flared opening is about 5 1/2". The throat is much is approximately 1 3/4"
There are no cracks, no chips, no hairlines, and no repairs to this item. If you hold the bowl in the right light you can see 4 bubbles and a ring.
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. This item is in Excellent condition.
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. The building was 200 feet in diameter and 200 feet high. The auditorium contained seats for 3500 and a stage large enough for the great choruses of hundreds of voices. The largest pipe organ in the world was part of the equipment.
The spoon is hallmarked sterling as well. The spoon is 5 7/8" long. The bowl is 3/4" wide.
There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition. The gold decoration is worn.
There are no cracks, chips, or repairs to this item. It is in excellent condition.
It is very heavy. Great quality!
It is 8 1/2" tall without the stopper and 11" tall with the stopper. The base is 8" in diameter.
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this vase. However, there is a scratch about 1 3/4" on the side of the vase and a few others from use. It is not as clear as I would like it to be.
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This patterns has never been reproduced.
This item is in excellent vintage condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs.
This item is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 8 1/2" tall x 8" wide x 4 5/8"
Reference: Phoenix & Consolidated Art Glass 1926-1980 by Jack Wilson, 1989, Antique Publications Plate 41 #689 on page 101
Dimensions cup: 2 7/8" tall, 3 1/8" mouth diameter
Dimensions saucer: 5 3/8" diameter , 1 1/4 deep
The teapot is 5.5" x 4/5" x 5.75" tall.
The sugar with lid is 4.5" tall x 3.5" square.
The creamer is 2.75" tall x 3" square
There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to these items. They are are in excellent condition.
Dimensions cup: 2 13/16" mouth diameter 3 1/8"
Dimensions saucer: 5 5/8" DIAMETER
Dimensions saucer: 5 5/8" DIAMETER