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.
Set of three marigold color diamond optic glass light globes. About 5 1/2" tall, bottom opening is 1 1/2" on outside opening. Delicate, nice condition. Price is for all three or $3.00 each.
Ballantine Ale & Beer Bottle Opener, made by Ekco, great condition!
Hummel The Complete Collector's Guide and Illustrated Reference by Eric Ehrmann, published in 1976, jacket is rough but the book is intact.
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.
Set of six vintage style refrigerator magnets, features kitchen ware and desk accessories. Heavy.
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!
Two nice condition amberina glass vases, possibly flash glass. Just over 8 1/2" tall.
Box set of Sarosil pattern serving flatware from SMS in Germany. 18/8 stainless steel, new condition in original box.
This is a lithograph on canvas, produced by a company called Personal Preference Inc. Name of print unknown but is by artist Dugill. I believe the company may have produced predominantly black art. This lith has some rub spots and some scratches, Still nice enough to display. 11 1/2 x 13 1/2 gold embossed wood frame.
All Items : 20th Century : Mid-Century : Kitchenware and Tableware : Pre 2000 item #1089449 (stock #DW38)
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 cups and saucers from Homer Laughlin in Harlequin pattern, rose color. A few teeny flea bites, some manufacturer flaws, otherwise these oldies are in nice condition, made between 1930's & 1950's.