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.
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.
3 really unique forks what would work great for condiments, pickles, etc. They have what looks like ivory handles, and silver plate metal. The have hallmarks that say W&HSH and W&N inside a pennant flag. The measure 6.5 inches long and are in good used condition. I believe they are vintage, the are auction items.
This piece of heavy hand thrown pottery has wonderful eye appeal. Pretty creamy tan with, almost Asian, hand painted designs. It is marked with what looks like Lester 82. It measures 5.25 inches high and 4 inches across. This is a really nice smaller size for milk, or sauces. It is in good condition, no cracks, no chips, but it does have some age glaze crazing.
This is a really cool piece of wheel hand thrown pottery by Canterbury Pottery of England. It is designed to sit on it's side so you can easily reach in to get the loose salt. It is hand thrown by one of their master potters and has gorgeous brown white and tan art glazes and salt printed on the top side. It measures 3.5 inches tall and 3 inches across the rim. It is signed and in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is the real McCoy, authentic vintage Nelson McCoy Pottery Fruit Harvest jug or pitcher with apples and grapes in the transfer. The top is rich brown and bottom is cream colored. It measures approx. 8 inches tall 6 inches across the rounded part. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. It is marked 7515 McCoy USA on the bottom. Circa 1974 to 1985
This a really cool little enamel graniteware spoon or utensil, probably a small serving or tablespoon size. It is yellow with white speckles. It is in great condition with just some normal wear to the edges, no chips. It measures just 6 inches long and reminds me of the kind you see folks eating beans with in movies. I don't know the age but it looks old.
This is a wonderful old thick heavy vintage milk glass reamer attachment for a electric mixer, maybe sunbeam or some other. It is unmarked. It measures 6.5 inches across. It has what looks like a crazing mark on the inside and a bit of roughness to the funnel spout. This is really a cool old piece. It would look great in a retro kitchen.
This is a very unusual looking coffee cup / mug that is signed Padilla and made in Arizona. It has wonderful burgundy, gray and blue or aqua drip art glaze which is lead free. It is a very heavy uniquely designed shape. It is marked on the bottom Padilla. It measures 4.25 inches high and 4.5 inches across the widest part. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no crazing that I can see. It looks vintage, but I don't know the age, it is an auction piece.
This is a great item for serving many things like, nuts, sauces or dips. It has an attached drip plate on the bottom. It measures 3 inches high and 5.25 inches across the top rim. It is in very good used condition. No dents or rust.
This is a wonderful old large blue graniteware speckled kitchen spoon. It measures 11.75 inches long. It is in excellent condition. Just a bit of use wear to the edge. I have no idea of the age, but it looks old.
This is a wonderful old piece of gray graniteware or enamelware. It is either a small sauce pan or water dipper. It measures 2 and 1/8 inches high and 5 and 1/8 inches across the rim, the handle is 5 inches long. The only damage to it is some of the enamel is off around the the handle hole and the edge by the hole is bent under in ones spot. It is in very good usable shape other than that which doesn't hurt its functionality at all. I do not know the age, it is an auction piece.