This is a really beautiful quality handthrown pottery baking dish. It looks like it could be used for bundt, or angel food cakes or for chip and dip. It is very large measuring 2.75 inches high and 10 inches across. The glaze is a drip blue green to aqua and mottled. It has applied handles and a spout for pouring or thumb holding. It is unmarked but very much like Southern Folk or North / South Carolina pottery, but I have no idea of its maker...
This is a beautiful hand thrown and painted pottery cookie jar crock with the lid. It has pretty blue banding and pink and green floral sprays. It measures 9.25 inches tall and 6.25 inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no crazing. This is a great size of cookie or flour or sugar. It is unmarked, I don't know the age or maker.
For your consideration is a 3 piece set of honey or spice colored Pfaltzgraff measuring cups. There is a 1/4, 1/3 and 1/2 cups size. They have holes in the handle for hanging. These pieces are marked and in very good condition. No chips and no cracks with just a very small amount of age glaze crazing. These would make a great gift for someone who loves to cook. They are circa 1983 to 1989.
This is a gorgeous meat carving trio marked Carvel Hall by Briddell, who is Chas. D. Briddell. It is called the Classic pattern, which is silver overlay on black, probably plastic. The ends, tines, and blades are stainless steel. They are a bit of tarnish on the designs. The meat fork is 10.5 inches long the smallest knife is 13 inches long and the largest carver is 14.5 inches long. The largest knife has a crack on the underside of the handle, the other 2 pieces are in good condition.
This is a cool old primitive wood butter paddle with all the great marks of use, one small ding on the edge and no cracks. It measures 8.5 inches long and 4 inches wide. This is the kind of utensil that was used on the farm for working the liquid out of homemade butter. This is a great old piece.
This is a fabulous old piece of hand thrown pottery by master potter Kenneth Wingo who worked for Marshall Pottery Texas for 40 years. This pretty bowl has cobalt blue banding and is signed. It measures 2.75 inches high and 5.25 inches across the top rim. It is is good condition, no chips, no cracks but it does have a bit of age glaze crazing typical of older pieces of pottery. This is an auction piece so I am not sure of the age, but it looks vintage.
This is a very nice set of spatterware or speckled graniteware and clear glass salt and pepper shakers with a starburst pattern on the bottom. I have not been able to find the maker but they look at least vintage. The are country kitchen type of design and measure 4 inches tall and approx. 1.5 inches across the bottom. They are in good used condition. One lid has a small dent and they both has just a little wear to the enamel giving them more personality.
This is an adorable little set of vintage circa 1946 to 1952 elephant salt and pepper shakers. The are marked occupied Japan in blue on the bottom and have the original corks. These little cuties are 2.75 inches high. The don't have any chips, no cracks but do have fine age glaze crazing over the surface. The are hand painted little blue eyes and long eyelashes. One has a green spot on it's tummy and foot where someone was probably painting the room and got it on him...
This is a very beautiful set of American Fostoria cube design salt and pepper shakers. They have chrome metal lids. I think they are real Fostoria, they have 3 mold lines, but I can't say for sure. The measure 3.5 inches tall and 2 inches across the base. They are in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks and the lids are in nice condition as well. This pattern was made between circa 1912 and 1982.
This is a really cool old vintage metal enamelware pitcher or dipper with white on the inside and rich green on the outside. I have seen this listed as Yugoslavian, Romanian, Polish and French. Since it is unmarked I don't know for sure. It is 2.75 inches high on the dipper part and 2.25 inches across the bottom, the handle is 5 inches long. It has some chips to the enamel as shown in the images, which give it that shabby chic quality. Great for the country kitchen.
This is a really cool old bakelite beer or soda bottle opener in the caramel or butterscotch color made to look like bone. It measures 5 inches long. The handle is in perfect condition, no chips and no cracks. The metal part does have some rust. Circa 1940s or 50s.
This is a nice old mixing bowl from an estate sale. It is marked 5in. USA on the bottom, but doesn't have the makers name. It looks old, but still in good condition. There is one very small shallow chip on the bottom of the top band. No cracks.