This is a historical collectible. It is a reproduction of a rare original antique advertising soap sign. Bright rich colors plus the 3D effect of embossing and the details produces quality images.
This sign has four holes for easy mounting.
The sign is advertising "Fairbanks Santa Claus Soap-Best for the Laundry"...
Two vintage small silvertone metal carnival horses. "USA" is stamped in raised letters on the bottom of stomach.
Good Condition but they could use some polishing. One horse measures 3 3/4" tall. The other horse measures 3 1/4"" tall.
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 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 is a figurine of a love angel. She stands about 10 inches tall, the wooden base is about 5 inches diameter. I think it is made of resin material. She has glitter on her wings and strawberry blonde hair. She is carrying a string of hearts in her arms .
Quite beautiful especially for angel collectors.
This is a beautiful collector plate of the "Last Supper". The picture of Jesus and the disciples is surrounded by a ring of light purple flowers. The plate has alternating "jagged" pointy edges decorated in gold coloring. Measures 7" diameter. There are no marks on the back. It used to have a sticker that said made in Japan but it is "long gone". This plate would make a beautiful addition to your collection! It is in very good condition--no cracks or chips.
"Time spent in the saddle is never wasted."
This little 7 1/2" high and 5 1/2" wide sign is a hand cut and stenciled product.
The slate piece is part of a roofing tile, as seen on old New Orleans homes. Its uneven surface shows years of exposure to the elements. Handmade in the U.S.A..
We would be more than happy to ship your gift items directly to friends and family members. We will include a card or a gift note in your words...
This is a collector's plate from the Hamilton Collection. It is part of "Seasons of the Bald Eagle". This one is "Spring on the River." John Pitcher , 1991. Plate is signed by the artist and the plate is numbered. Gorgeous.!! This would be a beautiful addition to your plate collection.
This is a set of two books for cat lovers. The first one is "Great Cat Tales". It has several cat stories chosen for cat lovers by cat lovers. Anyone who has ever shared a home with a cat knows how charming , lovable and unpredictable they can be. EACH STORY IN THIS BOOK HAS A HAPPY ENDING.
Every cat lover will enjoy this book of happy tales.
The second book is "How to Toilet-Train Your Cat." It has all kinds of helpful suggestions and it addresses an important issue...
This is a set of three easy to follow guide to repairing books. Two are Reader's Digest books. With these books, you will be free from expensive home repairs . The books take the mystery out of repairs and troubleshooting.
These books are not new, however, they are still useful and have a lot of good ideas in them. Good gift for the beginner, new homeowner and just everyone.
Lots of good, helpful illustrations in each book...
Chainmail began in medieval times as a method of weaving metal to create armour for knights, but today it is used to create elegant metal jewelry from various metals.
The roots of chainmail jewelry predate the 5th century, when it was used by the ancient Celts to make armour for the warriors of the time.
We got this at an estate sale. I don't really know much about it. We believe it came from Turkey but we do not know how old it is. It LOOKS really really old but I don't know ...
This is a book of 50 years of forgettable humor from MAD Magazine by the "Usual Gang of Idiots". Selections of Mad Magazine from the 50s, 60s,70s, 80s and 90s. Barnes and Noble, 2007.