Abuzz Antiques and Collectibles
This is 20 mixed pieces of elegant wonderful quality Royal Doulton china in the Piedmont pattern. It is a creamy white fine bone china with rich 22Kt gold trim and pretty green and teal grape vines. There are 4 matching footed cup and saucer sets, the saucer is 6 inches across, 3 bread plates 6.5 inches across, 6 dessert plates 8 inches across, and 3 dinner plates 10.5 inches across. All the pieces are in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, no crazing and no signs of wear that I can see...
These 2 cordial or dessert goblets are by Cris d'Arques Rambouillet. They are French lead crystal and have a thumbprint designs on the sides. They are top quality and in excellent condition, no chips and no scratches. They are crystal clear, no cloudiness. They have a wonderful ring to the glass. They measure 4 inches tall.
2 vintage enamelware bowls, spaghetti or soup bowl shaped, with daffodils or sunflowers in the center and green ribbon drapes and cobalt blue rims. They are marked Bon Voyage Made in Shanghia China and S06-113-22cm and some other words I can't make out. They measure 8.5 inches in diameter. They are in good used condition and one has a small chip on the inside bottom about the size of a grain of rice...
Miniature floral three footed creamer or pitcher. This piece has heavy gold gilding and floral sprays in red, purple and green. It measures 2.5 inches tall and is unmarked. I don't know the age, but it looks like fine bone china or porcelain. It is in very good used condition, no chips and no cracks. This piece is unmarked.
We have here 4 pieces of Anchor Hocking Fireking white translucent teacups and saucers. There are 2 suburbia teacups, and 1 suburbia saucer, also 1 Boutonniere saucer with blue and orange flowers. They are all in good used condition, no chips, no cracks. The gilding on the cups is almost perfect, there is no gilding on the suburbia saucer, the paint on the Boutonniere saucer is pretty much perfect.
This sale is for 5 quality crystal cordial or dessert goblets with a leaf spray design. They have a very clear ring to them when rang and they have an elegant trumpet shape. They measure 5.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches across the top edge. These have no cracks, chips, scratches or cloudiness. All in excellent condition. I have no idea of the maker or age as they are unmarked auction items. I have seen similar styled goblets that were Fostoria, but not the pattern.
6 Amber or caramel colored lusterware dessert of bread plates. These are contemporary and say microwave safe on the bottom. I don't know the age. They are in perfect condition, no wear to the luster and no chips or cracks. They measure approx. 6.5 inches across.
This is a lot of vintage Fire King lusterware dinnerware pieces. They are all the golden, almost butterscotch color, called peach color, all in used condition, with minor utensil marks and wear to the sheen, except where mentioned below. There is a 9 inch dinner plate in very good condition, it has a garland or laurel leaf design around the edge. Next a matching 7 and 5/8 inch salad plate, in average condition, some wear and marks. Then a matching footed creamer or cream pitcher...
This is a lovely old circa 1950 soup or salad bowl with a wide rim in the Colonial Homestead pattern by Royal of the USA. It measures 8 and 3/8 inches in diameter and has a green denim pattern throughout, and a baby rocking cradle and rag doll in a wood cabin scene. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, and very few utensil marks. It does have a manufacturers defect on the inside bottom white section, and on fine line of age glaze crazing on the bottom outside center.
This is a really nice down home country set of salt and pepper shakers. The salt has a pink and a black and white pig and the pepper has a gray or black and a white sheep on the side. They measures 3.25 inches high and 2.75 inches across, so they are a nice kitchen size. They have the stoppers and are in good condition, no chips, no cracks, with just a small amount of age glaze crazing. They are unmarked and I don't know the age or maker.
This is a lovely 6.25 inch dessert or salad plate with reddish brown ivy transfers on creamy white English china. It is marked Crown Ducal An Adaption of Early English Joy and the numbers 796148. It is in very good used condition, no chips and no cracks, with just a bit of age glaze crazing typical of pieces this old. This would be a wonderful decorator piece or great to add to your dinner service. Circa 1939
This is a lovely 10 inch dinner plate with reddish brown ivy transfers on creamy white English china. It is marked Crown Ducal An Adaption of Early English Joy and the numbers 796148. It is in very good used condition, no chips and no cracks, but they do have a bit of age glaze crazing typical of china this old. This would be a wonderful decorator piece or great to add to your dinner service.