These are 2 really beautiful miniature English hand thrown pottery goblets or chalices. They are the size of cordials or egg cups and have gorgeous art glaze in shades of blue, green, gray and gold. The are signed Canterbury Pottery xxx. These would also make great communion cups. Canterbury Pottery is owned and run by Richard Chapman, who has been throwing pots all his life...
This is a really elegant old timey santa sleigh in the shape of a holly leaf. It has white runners and is marked Atlanta Mold and 1974. It measures 10.75 inches long and would make a great Christmas Holiday table centerpiece. It is in very good condition, no cracks and no chips and very little wear.
This is for a pretty set of 2 taper candle holders with red berries and holly leaves that wrap around the candles. These are Atlanta Mold designs and dated 1974. A couple of the tips have some minor nicks but could be easily touched up. No cracks. The measure 4.25 inches at the widest point. These would make a lovely centerpiece accent for the Christmas Holiday table.
This is a really nice old 13 inch serving platter by Homer Laughlin. It is marked Eggshell Nautilus and the numbers B 45 N 6. it has pretty gold gilding in a fun geometric design and a pretty pink, yellow, purple, blue and burgundy floral centerpiece. It has a bit of wear to the centerpiece, but no chips and no cracks. It is an old piece for sure vintage, but maybe almost antique. It is an auction item.
Stunningly beautiful, exquisite quality demitasse or espresso teacup and saucer by H.Co. Heinrich selb Bavaria Germany. It has a light blue or baby blue band and elegant rich gold patterned bands and accents. These are fine porcelain and although I don't know the age they are superior quality. This company made fine porcelain from the 1800s through today. The saucer is 4 and 3/8 inches across and the cup is 2 inches high and 2 inches in diameter...
This is a really wonderful collectors plate of Heidelberg. It still has it's original label marked WS quality Hand Made. It measures 6 and 5/8 inches across and has a hanger on the back. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no wear to the transfer or gold gilding. Great piece of German or Germany memorabilia. This is an auction piece, I don't know the age.
This is such a beautiful red transfer plate by J.G. Meakin England. It is of Haddon Hall Derbyshire. This piece is in great condition, no chips and no cracks and very little if any wear. It is a 10 inch plate and perfect for hanging on the wall. It is part of a full dinner service. Circa 1961 to 1977.
This is 2 beautiful green depression pressed glass two birds or lovebird sherbert or sorbet dessert dishes by Federal Glass company. They are circa 1931 to 1936. They measure 3 inches tall and 3 and 5/8 inches in diameter. They are in very good condition with just a bit of roughness on the mold line, no chips and no cracks.
This is a really awesome old goose or duck figurine that looks like majolica by the green and blue color and the crazing on the glaze. I do not know for sure, it is unmarked and an auction piece. I looks very old though. It measures 7 inches tall and 7.5 inches long. Other than the crazing and a few glaze bubbles it is in good condition, no cracks and no chips. It is a heavy piece of pottery. I have no idea of the age or maker.
This is a beautiful old white porcelain and gold gilded gravy boat or sauce pitcher. It is perfect for an elegant table setting. It is 4.25 inches high and 8 and 3/8 inches long. It is unmarked but is old. It is in good condition, no chips and no cracks, the gold gilding is in great shape.
This is a pretty little demitasse or espresso size cup and saucer just in time for Valentine's Day and the love of your life. It is pink and the cup, handle and saucer are all heart shaped. I think it is porcelain, but I am not sure. It has gold gilding on the rims and handle of the cup. It is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is a very well done hand thrown pottery goblet or chalice. It is very tall for a piece of stemware of this type and quite difficult to make. Only a master potter could do one of these this well. It is signed by the potter and dated 1975. I can't make out the signature enough to say what it is. It is 7.25 inches tall and 3 and 3/8 inches across the rim. It is in very good condition, no cracks and chips.