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 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.
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 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
This lovely vintage tin is marked Designed by Daher Long Island, NY 11101 Container made in England. It has pretty yellow birds and flowers and brocade designs around the sides, red, yellow, and orange flowers, green vines on the top and a brass knob handle which has a slight dent in the middle. The bottom edge has a bit of misshaping, but nothing major. It has a bit of age wear, but nothing major, very little, or no rust. The colors are still lovely...
This is a really awesome one of a kind rare tealight or votive with what looks like bronze wire that frames the handmade leaves holding them in place. The inside votive is clear and has a mark on the bottom that looks like it could be an L, T, or R, but I'm not sure. The 4 leaves are 2 red, one yellow, and one orange. One leave, the yellow one, has a crack in it, but is still held securely in place by the framing. Other than that it is in great shape...
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 pretty 2 compartment silverplate relish or candy tray with a handle across the middle section. It measures 13 by 9.5 inches across. It looks in good condition, but needs polished. It also looks like the silver with worn on the handle. It is still a lovely piece. It is unmarked so I don't know the age or maker.
This is a really cool piece of metalware marked made in Hong Kong. I believe it is a miniature tin tray, but it could be a coaster. It has a scene an Asian artist or calligrapher doing his work. It measures 1/2 deep and 4.25 inches across. It is in very good condition, no dents, very little wear, but it does have an ink mark on the bottom. I believe this to be vintage, but it is an auction item so I am not sure of the age or maker.
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.
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 enamelware serving tray designed by Daher of Long Island, N.Y. and made in England. This has 4 different birds, probably songbirds, sitting on what looks like cherry blossoms. It is shades of green, pink, cream, gold, or tan and many other shades. It measures 13.5 inches square and is in excellent condition, no dents and only one thin scratch on the edge, other than that, very little, if any other scratches to the top...