These are 2 lead crystal intaglio Czech Scotty, or Scottish Terrier open salt cellars. They are circa 1920 to 1930. These are etched designs and measure 2 and 5/8 inches by 1 and 7/8 inches. They both have some chips around the edge, one a fairly large one as you can see by the enlargement picture, the other is very small, but they are so adorable I felt to list them anyway.
This is a lovely old vintage set of salad utensils made of ceramic and wood. These are pretty unusual, most have the ceramic on the handles, but these on serving end. The have and painted grapes, and grape leaves, the words patent on each one, and the original blue Japan labels. They measure, the spoon 11 inches, the fork 11.25 inches. They are both in good condition, but the spoon has a flea bite small chip on the edge.
This is a lovely floral design WWII, with a red Japan make on the bottom, traditional shaped sake bottle. It has red mums and gold accents. It does have a very fine hairline crack on the top edge, and a factory under the glaze small crack on the bottom foot edge. It measures 5 inches tall. It would make a great decorator piece even with the hairline.
This is a wonderful vintage McCoy pottery Schering olive green commemorative 1530 to 1627 Louis Hebert apothecary mortar, with RX and the words, secunaum artem, around the foot. It has speckled cream colored glaze on the inside, and cork on the bottom. This measures 4.25 inches tall and 5 and 1/8 inches across the rim. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing that I can see. This would make a great gift for the medical person. Circa 1969
This is a lovely ruby glass little cruet, pitcher, or ewer marked Avon Strawberry Bath Foam from circa 1971 to 1972. It is missing the stopper, other than that it is in great shape and still has the label. It measures 3.5 inches tall. This would make a great gift for the ruby glass collector.
This is a lovely vintage hand tooled rose leather walled with a snap closure. It measures 4.5 by 3.5 inches when closed. It is in really good condition with the exception that one of the metal snap pieces is missing on the inside. This piece is very clean, and looks like it was barely used.
This is a lovely little Mocco Occupied Japan saucer with pink roses, little blue flowers, and a light yellow band with gold gilding. It measures 4.75 inches across, and would make a great replacement piece for someones teacup that lost its saucer. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing that I can see, and just a small amount of wear to the gilding on the edge.Circa 1940s - 1950s
This is a beautiful rare Dryden Pottery Hot Springs Arkansas piece done from a Van Briggle mold piece. It is circa 1950s. This figural horn cornucopia piece is a brown art glaze with drips and color tone variations. This is a very hard to find piece. It measures 5 inches high, and 9 inches long. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little or no crazing. It does have the point end a bit darkened, with some bubble, from the kiln firing at production.
This is a lovely rare vintage open sugar and cream set that looks like a melon shape. I have searched for months to find this set anywhere listed with no success. They are approx. 2 inches over all. The glaze is pink over the entire piece and then blue glaze is applied to the top and it runs down the sides. The glaze color looks like Hull pottery, but I do not know. The creamer is marked AA01 on the bottom...
This is a vintage creamer made in Bavaria. It is sort of unusual in that it almost looks like a sample. It has pink cabbage roses and gold crosshatched gilding on the front side, and red and pink poppies with no gilding on the back. It measures 2.75 inches high and 4.5 inches handle to spout. It is in good used condition, no chips, no cracks, but it is an older piece and has some signs of wear, the glaze has some imperfection bubble in it, but it is a lovely cottage style piece.
This 2 gorgeous hand painted china pink rose nut, or mint, dishes with heavy gold gilding. These pieces measure 3.25 by 2.75 inches across, and only .5 inches high. They are in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing that I can see, but they do have a bit of wear to gold edges. These are unmarked auction pieces, I do not know the age or maker.
This is a beautiful open sugar and creamer. It is marked on the bottom Elizabethan Fine Bone China England, and has a lovely delicate pink rose pattern with heavy gold gilding. The sugar is 1.75 inches high, and 3.25 inches across the rim. The creamer is 3.5 inches tall. Both pieces are pristine condition, I am selling them as used, but they look unused. This is truly a magnificent quality set of English china. I do not know the age. These are auction pieces.