Here is a lovely scalloped rim decorative plate from the 1950's with a gold border and bright brillant colors. It will give your kitchen that warm Mid Century feel. It reads "This Kitchen is closed due to illnes, i'm sick of cooking." In perfect condition, about 8 1/2 inches.
This jar bottom is in excellent shape. It measures 3 1/8 inches and would make a nice small vase for the table or to hold small utensils or tooth picks. Made from 1956 to 1982. Thanks.
Vintage Universal Potteries Ballerina Gravy Boat. It was produced in 1948. The color is called Dove Gray. It stands 3 3/8" tall & the opening is 6" long x 2 3/8'. The pretty handle is an open ring handle. MINT CONDITION with no chips, cracks or repairs! It is not signed.
This little cranberry glass vase or pitcher is great with or without flowers. The inside base is a heavy inverse ribbing/swirl. It has a pretty clear applied handle and a rough pontil mark. I am not sure of its age. It measures about 4 1/2 inches tall.
This pretty sherbert glass is in excellent condition and stands 3 1/2 inches. They were made by Anchor Hocking Glass between 1938 to 1944 and hard to find in pink.
This pitcher is from the Strawberry Country line. It is 5 1/4 inches and in excellent condition.
Mint Salad Plate in the Tiffany Menagerie pattern by Johnson Brothers. It measures about 8 inches long and is a retired microwave safe plate. This plate is one of a series of 4 themes in the Menagerie pattern featuring a classic blue and white color scheme and antelopes. Nice for a child's room.
This is a beautiful doll from the 25th Anniversary of Barbie in 2005. Still in the box. Pink Label. The box shows some wear.
This listing is for a set of 4 pieces great for decorating the 1960's look. They need to be cleaned, but I did not want to destroy the paper labels. There is some crazing, but no real damage. They are really adorable and scream mid century and mad men with the retro pink and daises. They have the Eva Zeisel flair. The covered dish measures a bit over 8 inches. The pedestal dish is 4 inches tall and 7 1/4 long. The two part divided dish is 9.5 long by 6.5 wide. Very nice!
This bowl was sold with Sunbeam mixers in the mid century. It is in very good used condition and displays well. Common to these bowls, there is a slight color variation on the bottom. It measures 9" wide, by about 4 1/2" tall. It glows under black light.
This is a set of perfect high quality dishes in the lovely opaque blue milk glass made by Fostoria. They measure 3.5 inches tall.
This auction is for a nice replacements lot. This pattern used to be given out at service stations - it was discontinued around 1960. All pieces are excellent. There is one 14 inch platter and two small ones, 2 bowls and a pie plate for your quiche. It is very collectible and still easily available.
This auction is for a very nice mid century student Tole lamp. It measures about 28 inches tall and has a key shaped on/off switch. The lamp is in excellent working condition with No chips, cracks, dents, rust, or splits. The brass may need a bath and some some polish and there's a little bit of minor scuffs on the brass. The original milk glass shade has a made in USA sticker still intact. It shows very well. Thanks.
Here is a nice double pointed iron with detachable wood handle. I have found info that these were invented by Mrs. M F Potts in last half of 1800s. This was manufactured by Colebrookdale Iron Co in Boyertown PA. It is in very nice condition, with a smooth bottom. I purchased it from an older woman who was downsizing. Thanks for looking.
Here is a great eames era made in USA clock by GE in a maple finish. It is model 2H59, volts 115 cyc 60 W2 made in Ashland, Mass. It measures about 9 inches wide. The letters are made out of silver plastic or aluminum, I'm not sure. It is really gorgeous and in almost mint condition. There are some minor scratches right at the rim of the cover. Maybe someone once pried the cover off. It has a hanging hook added in addition to the hole designed on the metal back...
This is a pair of brown and yellow McCoy beauties from the mid 50's. They look like new, with a solid yellow interior glaze. I can find no damage to report. They were stored away for years. They measure 9 1/4" tall and 7 1/2" wide by 3 1/4 at the top opening. They are well documented in reference books on McCoy and both signed on the bottom. Offered as a pair because of the magnificent statement they make together.
First rule of buying Ali autographs online is: Know who you are buying from. An EBAY guide I read made this comment: “Muhammad Ali has probably signed more autographs that any person in history, dead or alive. Muhammad Ali autographs are also probably the most forged. Muhammad Ali is arguably the most famous person in the world and his autographs have always been, and will continue to be in high demand...
This is a classic example of the beautiful mixed media creations Winifred Cole is known for producing solo and under the name Bovano of Cheshire. This piece is from her early 1970 studio days. Bovano has now discontinued her line and she is designing jewelry. It is in excellent condition. There are six ceramic lily pads in various shades of brown, from chocolate to beige. The same is true of the reed flowers and the long stems are metal...