This is a really adorable vintage enamelware pitcher in retro colors and design. It is cream colored enamel over metal with fall tone flowers, leaves, and tree designs. It measures 4.75 inches tall and 6 inches across the top rim. It is the perfect size for pancake batter. It is good used condition, one enamel chip under the handle, one very small chip on the spout, and a small rub mark on the rim, and one tiny nick in the inside bottom. no dents. The bottom is black enamel
This is a wonderful 1898 Forbes Silver Co. Clovis pattern silver-plate teaspoon. It measures 5.75 inches long, and is in very good used condition, just needing a good polishing.
These are lovely art deco style nickel silver teaspoons, but smaller, maybe demitasse spoons. They have a mark that looks like the club mark in on playing cards. There a 7 of them, and they measure 5 inches long. They need polished but seem to be in very good used condition, they are not bent or misshapen in any way. I have not been able to find out any information on them, but they are surely vintage, and probably antique.
This is 10 William Rogers silver mfg company iced teaspoons in the Anniversary Monograms pattern from circa 1923 to 1973. These are silver-plate spoons. I am also including one regular teaspoon with these. They measure 7 and 5/8 inches long. 9 of them look in good used condition, 1 is a little rough in the bottom. The reg. teaspoon has a bit of the plating missing on the bottom. I believe these could be polished up very nicely.
This is a wonderful rare pattern Buchan Portobello Scotland 256/5 Sutherland M6-268 matching vinegar and oil cruet set with pale gray glaze and the other colors are applied glaze as well. They are marked as above on the bottom. They have the original cork and pottery stoppers, and measure 5.25 inches tall, and 3 inches across the middle. They are in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and no crazing. These are really wonderful because you can't find this pattern anywhere. Circa 1950
This is a beautiful hand thrown pottery mug with brown and tan art glazes, and south western markings and medallion. It is signed by the artist, but I can't make out the name. It is masterfully made. It measures 4.25 inches tall, and 3 inches across. It is in very good used condition with the exception that the edge of the medallion has a small piece chipped off, but it is not very noticeable. This is being sold as a decorative item because I do not know the glaze composition that were used.
This is lovely old black speckled enamelware baking pan that measures 1.75 inches high, and 11.75 by 8.5 inches across. It has few rubs on the rim, but no dents, and the inside cooking surface is in good condition.
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 rare matching set of vin, intaglio vinegar and oil cruets by Purinton Pottery in the Heather Plaid pattern, circa 1951. These are lovely burgundy, yellow, and teal hand painted on white pottery. they measure 4.75 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the bottom. The are in good used vintage condition, no chips, no cracks, but there is fine age glaze crazing that is typical with this age of piece. They do not have the corks.
This is a milk glass Vintage Glassbake 6 Made For Sunbeam Mixing Bowl that measures 4.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches across the top rim. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, just a few little surface use marks.
This is a lovely hand thrown pottery creamer, or sauce pitcher with blossoms and fruit of the orange and blackberries. It is marked on the bottom Shakers and Thangs Pottery Gilmer Texas microwave and dishwasher safe. It measures 3.5 inches tall, and 2 and 7/8 inches across the base. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and but there is some fine age glaze crazing. The image is signed but I can't make it out.
These are 2 beautiful hand painted open sugar dishes, bowls, or loving cups, The are flash painted white on inside and have red cold painted flowers, and gold gilded leaves. The floral sprays and very retro looking. These are vintage auction items, but don't know the exact age or maker. The measure 3 inches high, and 3 and 1/8 inches across the rim. They have just a very small amount of wear to the paint on the inside, the outside is very bright and crisp.
This is a nice little clear crystal glass pitcher that was used in restaurants for a creamer of syrup pitcher. It has spout, flat angled panels on the side, and a starburst pattern on the bottom. I believe this is from the 1950s. It measures 2 and 3/8 inches high and 2 and 1/4 inches in diameter. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and visible scratches. I do not know the maker, it is an auction item.
These 4 art glass napkin rings are very unique, having varying colors of glass melted into the clear frosted glass. They would look lovely with most any color of napkin. The measure 2 inches across and .75 inches wide. They are all in great condition, no chips, and no cracks. I don't know the age or make of these rings.
This is for 2 old vintage bowls made of enamelware. The are both speckled spatterware or graniteware. One is yellow and speckled on the outside, and white on the inside with black band around the rim. It measures 2.25 inches high and 6 and 1/8 inches across the top. The blue one is white speckled throughout, and measures 2.25 inches high and 6 inches across the rim. Both have a few dings so look at the pictures carefully...
This is a adorable set of turkey gobbler salt and pepper shakers. They are hand painted and very colorful. The body of the paint is under the glaze, but the waddles are cold painted red and have a bit of wear. They are both in good shape, no chips other than a very tiny flea bite to the glaze one the Tom's tail, no cracks, they do have a bit of age glaze crazing, and are missing the stoppers. I believe they are vintage because of the crazing, but they are unmarked and I don't know the maker...
This is a lovely matching set of pottery pitchers. They were made for pancake batter and syrup. The glaze dark brown lusterware, and then cold painted over a raised crowing rooster standing on the chicken coop. The large pitcher is 7 inches tall and 4.5 inches across the base. It does have a hairline crack, but is difficult to see, which runs from the edge down abut 2 inches. The small syrup pitcher is 3.75 inches tall and 2.75 inches across the bottom...
This is a wonderful little set of Pfaltzgraff salt and pepper shakers with teal, blue, and rose geometric design bands. They are a nice table size measuring 3.25 inches high and 2 and 3/8 inches across. They are in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, no scratches that I can see. They have their original stoppers. Circa 1997 to 2000.