This is an Aghnides Glass Insert for an ashtray, patent number is imprinted on bottom. Circa 1940 maybe. Aghnides' inventions were controversial. This insert is in nice condition. Top is 5 1/2" diameter, 1 5/8" tall. Tapers to about 2 3/4" diameter bottom.
From Mikasa is a lidded box in the Holiday Music pattern. 4 5/8" diameter, about 2 1/4" tall. Very nice condition.
Set of two, right and left, Kohler chrome towel bars for mount on side of older sinks. They are 13" long and 2 1/2" from the side of the sink. Nice condition!
Vintage ceramic ceiling light fixture, 6 3/4" diameter, extends 2" from ceiling, mounting and chain holes, black fleur de lis decoration. Could also be used for lamp! In nice condition, clean.
Hummel The Complete Collector's Guide and Illustrated Reference by Eric Ehrmann, published in 1976, jacket is rough but the book is intact.
From NuTone, for your mid century bath, a chrome polished toothbrush and soap holder, Metropolitan series. Unused, in excellent condition.
Great piece from Napco, this teapot features a cane handle to enhance the blue and ivory teapot. About 1 1/2 qt capacity, nice condition.
Fantastic Universal Cambridge Ohio Acorn Stoneware bowl "made especially for Blair". Blue oak leaves and acorns adorn this 9 1/2 inch diameter bowl. Has a small chip on the rim and minimal use.
Beatty Glass Spooner, clear, in the daisy and button with V pattern. This item has a diagonal crack in the side, about 1" long, near the bottom, not highly noticable and is not easily felt from the inside, does not go clear thru to outside. 6 3/4" tall and 3 3/4" diameter. Great collectible piece.
Anchor Hocking Meadow Green Milk Glass Serving Platter, great condition. 12" long oval shape.
From PS is its Limited Edition Ceramic Clock, decorated with pink, yellow and green florals on the top and sides, along with gold trim. Quartz, battery operated. 8" tall 5 1/4" wide 3" deep. Very shabby chic!
Porcelier China Dutch Boy and Girl Teapot. Sold in the late 30's to 1940's as a tea set. This old girl has some chips around the spout end as can be expected and the handle has been repaired quite nicely. There is also a chip on the lid inside and some discoloration in the belly of the pot. Still a fantastic display piece for your collection!