This is a nice solid brass belt buckle. It was handmade at
Anacortes Brass Works Foundry, Anacortes, Washington in 1982. It measures 3" wide and 2 1/4" high and it takes up to a
1 1/2" wide belt. Good condition.
It needs a little cleaning.
This is an unusual bud vase and a real conversation starter for your next dinner party or social event. Measures 9" wide x 7" high. This bud vase holds 5 bunches of flowers. If you put several different colors together in this vase, it would be quite impressive and would be the center of attention on your dinner table.
Lots of decorating possibilities with its unique 5-vase form and popping bright colors.
Very good condition. Thank you for visiting Lemon Tree. Come back again soon.
This bunny rabbit teapot is holding a basket filled with pink flowers in her left arm which forms the handle of the teapot.
The right arm is the spout.
The teapot measures 8 " across (including handle) x 9 " high.
The head comes off to add liquid, but is notched to keep the lid safely in place when in use or on display.
This adorable bunny celebrates Spring, while holding a flower basket filled with the first flowers of spring...
This is a gorgeous, simple bunny rabbit pitcher for either Mother's Day , Easter or any occasion.
It is multi-purpose--use it as a centerpiece on a table or use it as a milk pitcher or just to water house plants.
(You cannot put it in the dishwasher.
Wash it gently.) It sits about 7.5" tall and 8" from handle to the little pink nose.
It looks like this adorable rabbit is singing when you look at his little open mouth...
Add a delightful, decorative touch to any table with Avon's lovable Bunny Mates ceramic salt and pepper shakers. 1983. This adorable as well as functional pair will be a treasured addition to any ceramic collection. Handpainted. They are in excellent condition. It looks like one bunny rabbit is holding the flowers while the other bunny smells the flowers. Really cute...
This Hamilton collector's plate by artist Warner Sallman, is entitled "Jesus in the Garden", and it is part of a collection known as Portraits of Jesus. The plate is rimmed in gold and is in good condition. There are a few tiny white dots above the head of Jesus and I am not sure what that is. It would make a nice gift for a pastor or dear friend. Keep it for your own collection. Plate Number 0843E. Copyright 1943 by Warner Press Inc., made in the USA.
Not to be used for food...
This is a newspaper put out by the United Automobile Worker CIO, dated May 1, 1945.
On the front page is a photo of Pres. Roosevelt and a poem by Walt Whitman, "O Captain, my Captain". Also a political drawing of the "People Mourn---". This newspaper is 8 pages long.
There are lots of interesting articles concerning Pres. Roosevelt and Truman , political cartoons concerning labor and news shorts from the local unions.
There is an article called the President's Column by R.J...
This is the "Great Lakes Bulletin" newspaper from the U.S. Naval training center at Great Lakes, Illinois. The date is April 13,1945. The headline is
"Death Claims President Roosevelt".
This is the complete original newspaper as far as I can tell. It has been folded in half for many years but otherwise it is in good condition. There are a few tiny holes along the fold and some pages but it is in good shape for paper, lasting 66 years.
The paper also gives other Naval news...
If you collect swans, butterflies or little leaded crystal dishes , these are for you. They are very delicate, sparkly and shiny in the sunshine. They are both used but in very good condition . There is a tiny chip on the very bottom edge of the swan dish but it is hard to find...
This is a set of 3 items. The first is a Delft Blue ashtray.
This ashtray is decorated with cobalt blue flowers and leaves surrounding a windmill with cottage scene on a white background. The ashtray is unique because there is a pair of tiny clog shoes attached to its top rim.
It is hand painted. Diameter is 5".
The ashtray is in excellent condition and would make a great gift.
The second item is a miniature ceramic swan
marked "Solvang". The last item is a pair of tiny ceramic "woo...
Are you a bowler or do you know someone who is ?
This is a teapot that looks like a bowling alley on one side. Very cute. It is mostly just for decoration. Keep your tea bags in this little teapot and it will cleverly brighten your tea time kitchen table! UNIQUE.
Measures 6 3/4" tall. One of a kind gift for a special someone.
This is a set of 2 horseshoe candleholders.
Perfect for the country, western home.
Great gift idea for that cabin or hunting lodge.
This looks like a wood grain belt buckle.
It looks like it was hand-crafted. Measures 4" wide x 2 3/4" high.
The back says Nature's Products, Jerry Rowe, Dubois, Wyoming. Very unusual but it is a gorgeous belt buckle.!!! Buy it for the person who has everything.
This is an American eagle belt buckle.
It has been electroplated with 24 karat gold. This pattern was retired in 1983.
This is a vintage iridescent blue/green glass hen on nest dish with a beaded rim edge.
The top has the circle in the very center which is supposed to be the trademark of Indiana Glass. But this piece is not marked.
Both the top and bottom are in very good condition . The detail in the hen's feathers is amazing. Nicely detailed overall.
It measures 7" long x 5 " . This is a great addition to your collection!
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This is a double screw steel vise clamp.
Vintage. 2" maximum clamp thickness.
Will be useful for any handy man.
This is a 7 1/2 ", syrup pitcher with a white/yellow plastic top and a glass bottom with a "starburst" on the bottom with 19 or 20 points.
No damage anywhere that I can find.
This Stroh's stein features a quaint German town with the caption "During the late 18th century, Johann Peter Stroh served guests at his Kirn, Germany inn, with his legendary fire-brewed beer."
This is a very nice collector's beer stein.
It has a beautiful scene around the whole stein. Bright colors and great details.
Numbered. It measures 7 1/2" tall.
Outstanding condition. Thanks for stopping by Lemon Tree Treasures.