If you like fresh juice or lemonade, these old reamers are the best! This is a small reamer that would be perfect for the bar or cocktails. Or add this vintage reamer to your collection of juicers. It has a simple style. Very sweet. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. There is crazing. It features a spout and a small handle.
This reamer measures about 4.5" x 4". It is extremely cute.
Thank you for looking.
This is a pottery butter dish with lid---handmade locally. Could use for a cheese ball for the upcoming holidays !! It is in wonderful shape meaning no marks, cracks, breaks, etc.. Plate is 5 1/4 " diameter x 5 " tall overall. Very nice. Thank you for looking at Lemon Tree Treasures.
This is a Wyatt Art pottery ashtray produced in the 1970s by Wyatt Art Pottery of Burlington, Canada. Signed Canada W113--I THINK. It is hard to read the number but I think it is W113. It is shaped as a goose with its neck stretched out and 3 rests on the tail to hold cigarettes. It measures 10" long x 3" wide. Very good condition.
A great accessory for the cottage, lodge or a gift for an outdoorsman...
This is a Maurice of California-retro-divided Nut/ Candy Dish/Tray ~ GORGEOUS COLORS!
This is a lovely collectors' piece that you'll absolutely love! Bold, beautiful colors. Measures 12" long x 8" wide.
No cracks or chips that I can see. A very nice piece !!!!!
This is a vintage 60's California Pottery USA Ashtray #678.
This ashtray measures 8 3/4" by 6" by
1 1/2" tall. It has six slots for cigarettes. The ashtray is in very good vintage condition with the Calif. U.S.A. mark.
Art Pottery by Hollywood darling, Sascha Brastoff. Sascha's work became recognized by the rich and famous in the 1940s and afterwards. Carmen Miranda introduced Sascha's art to Hollywood who welcomed his bold, modern style. Brastoff opened his ceramic studio, got high prices for the time and had great successes.
This awesome set includes a wonderful large ashtray and a covered cigarette holder...
This is a pair of two vintage "Rainy Day Clay" angel plaques. Hand painted, 2003 by BirdBrain.
One angel plaque says "Believe in Yourself" and the other one says "Cherish Your Friends". They are ready to hang on the wall. They each measure 6 1/2" high x 5" wide. They are very sweet and they give sound advice.
This is a Delfts Blue hand painted vintage candleholder . It has a footed base with a bowl that has a windmill at the front and floral designs at the back of the bowl. It has a finger hold on the back. It is hand painted in the traditional blue on white. It measures
3 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide and 6 1/2" from the tip of candleholder to the handle or finger hold. Great condition - no chips or cracks that I can see.
I always double box breakable items to help assure their safe arrival...
This is a German beer stein.
I believe it is salt glazed. (I am not informed on these things. I get my information from local dealers.)
You can enjoy your favorite beer in a blue/gray German beer stein. This stein holds about 1/2 liter. On the bottom are the stamped words 'H. Gelhard' "5411 Hilgert". It has a hinged pewter lid which fits nicely. On the front is a castle with the words "Schloss Herrenchiemsee". This beer stein has beautiful markings.
This is a beautiful vintage Blue Onion wall hanging salt or flour canister with spoon.
It looks like Holland- type ware-- BLUE ONION. It is unmarked.
The back wood measures 12" high, the lid is 6" diameter. The ceramic canister measures about 7" tall and 5 1/2" diameter.
This canister has been used but it is in good condition.
This unique vintage oval sign is painted with a real country look.
The colors on the sign will compliment any decor. Very cute and will bring a smile .
It has a small string hanger on the back or it could be set in an easel and displayed on a small accent table. It is very sweet.
NICE GIFT FOR YOUR NEIGHBOR !! 7" wide x 5" high.
This is a Primitive Antique Brown and Cream- colored jug or honey pot.
(Estate sale find.) This is a nice little crock made by RRP Co, in Roseville, Ohio. RRP is the abbreviated name for the Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Co. RRP started in business in Roseville Ohio around 1900.
"RRP Roseville" made some art pottery, but is better known for its strong, durable pottery that most American housewives and farmers actually used every day...