Heavily glass enameled metal dishes in a artsy style. One is oval and measures 3 and 7/8 inches long and 1.5 inches wide the seashell dish is 4 and 3/8 inches wide and 3 and 3/4 inches long. These are cobalt blue on the back and in perfect condition.
Very heavy bronze colored sailor boy, boat and scotty dog book end by Frankart of New York, New york. Signed. This is white lead composition and then covered with bronze coloring. It is very heavy and measures 6.5 inches tall and 5.25 inches wide. It is in very good condition with just some discoloration marks on the base. I think it just needs cleaning, but I like it the way it is.
This is a magnificent cloisonne bowl. The pictures don't do it justice. It is very heavy and feels of real quality. The colors are a rich cobalt blue for the background, lighter blue, pink, lavender, orange, red, periwinkle, whites, browns and greys. The inside bottom has beautiful basket full of flowers, mums, peonies, lilies, roses, and what looks like camellias. The colors are rich and vibrant. The edge has a wonderful repeated pattern and a warm brass edge that looks like gold...
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...
This is a lovely set of heavy brass clam or abalone seashell bookends. They would make a great desk accessory or even nice to put towels between in the bathroom. They measure 4.75 inches tall and 4.75 inches across the widest part. They are in very good condition. They are unmarked so I don't know the age or maker.
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 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 cool piece of cast or wrought iron for the country kitchen. It is a match holder in a sort of heart shape. This would look great next to and old stove or fireplace. you put the wood matches in the little holder and strike them on the rough front surface. It has pretty little scroll details. It measures 4 and 5/8 by 4 inches. It has a little rust. It is a nice heavy piece.
This is a wonderful little teacup and saucer made from pewter for Georgia's Stone Mountain Park with a locomotive or railroad train design. Both pieces are marked made in USA. The saucer is 3.5 inches across and is styled like the old European pewter plates. The teacup is really unique and unusual it has black enameling on the inside and a very rarely seen handle design and measures 1.25 inches high and 2 inches across the rim. It is in excellent condition, no dents and very little wear.
This is a really pretty tin wall candle sconce with the back light deflector and guard. I has pretty hand painted cabbage roses and green leaves. The back drop is antiqued white with a matte finish. It measures 8.75 inches tall and 7.25 inches across the back tin. It is in very good shabby chic condition, no dents and no bends. The parts are solid and good. This is an auction piece so I don't know the age or maker. It is just pretty for that country look.
This is a really beautiful little elegant set of 2 matching candle holders. They have pretty little raised dots all around the base and measure 2.75 inches tall and 2 and 7/8 inches across the base and hold tapers. I do not know the metal composition, they have what looks like black leather on the bottom. The metal looks like either silverplate or highly polished stainless steel. But I am not sure. They are pretty. These are auction piece so I don't know the age or maker.
This is a lovely vintage aluminum and thumbprint crystal brides basket by Farber and Shlevin Inc. It is hand wrought metalware and has lovely ornate designs. It measures 6.75 inches across and 2.25 inches deep. This piece is in very good used condition, no chips or cracks. The aluminum handle is just a tad misshaped. Circa 1950 to 1970