This is an old Ball Ideal number 9 canning jar. It has the metal wire bail and is a quart size. It has couple of rough spots around the inside edge, not chips, but is still in very good condition. It does not have a lid.
Spirit of 76 bicentennial 1776 to 1976 brass key chain. United States of America commemorative coin key chain measuring 1.5 inches across the coin and 3+ inches overall. In very good condition, no wear.
This is an old gelatin, or jello mold from about the 1930s made in England. This has a ships anchor and rope design. You can tell this is old because it has bubbles in the glass. It is in good condition with just minor roughness under the rim, no chips and no cracks. It measures 5.25 by 3.75 inches across and 3 inches deep.
This is a very well done hand thrown pottery goblet or chalice. It is very tall for a piece of stemware of this type and quite difficult to make. Only a master potter could do one of these this well. It is signed by the potter and dated 1975. I can't make out the signature enough to say what it is. It is 7.25 inches tall and 3 and 3/8 inches across the rim. It is in very good condition, no cracks and chips.
This is for a beautiful set of matching C-6003 Napcoware bisque hand painted mallard ducks. They are very rich bright colors and in very good with no chips and no cracks and very little wear to the paint. The only thing is one has a piece of scotch tape on its back and I didn't want to try to get if off and damage it. Probably a knowledgeable person could do it without any problems. The measure 4.75 inches tall and 5 inches long. These are action piece and vintage, but I don't know the exact age...
This is a wonderful old #2 pestle that I think is porcelain and marked T.M and S. Warranted Acid Proof and a old pestle made from glass and marked Made in USA #4. The mortar measures 3 and 1/8 inches tall and 5.5 inches across. It is very heavy and has small chip on the spout and one on the base. The pestle is in excellent used condition, no chips and no cracks. I believe both pieces are old. This came from and antique shop and I have no idea what it was originally used for.
This is vintage pure badger hair men's shave brush by Erskine. The bristles are still in good condition, the natural rubber that encases the bristles is a bit aged, the clear, I assume bakelite, it is good condition.
This is a unique candle holder made out of bright copper and the base is copper foil set in acrylic. It is 1 and 7/8 inches high and 2.75 inches across the base. It is in very good condition with just one little nick on the bottom edge, no cloudiness or scratches.
This is a lovely little porcelain pitcher with hand painted fruit, banana, apple, grapes, and gold gilding. It is just the right size for a lovely creamer for you elegant tea party table. It measures 3.25 inches tall and 3.5 inches spout to handle. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no visible wear. Unmarked. I don't know the age it is an auction item.
This is a lovely little miniature ewer pitcher made by Ucagco Ceramics Japan in the 1940s. It is hand painted porcelain with heavy 22KT gold gilding on the rim, foot and handle. It has a fruit design with grapes and apples. It measures 3 and 3/8 inches tall and 1.75 inches across the widest part. It has a very small chip on the underside of the lip, other than that in good condition, no wear to the paint of gilding. It still has the original foil label.
I know nothing about marbles, but these came from an auction in north Alabama. There are 102 pieces plus I am throwing in the jar, just as it came, which has a couple of rough edges on the top rim. There are some big ones that have pokemons on them but the rest look older, some agate and clear with white swirls, no cats eyes. Some are smaller. They all look in good condition.
I have seen few pieces of this unusual West German porcelain miniature by Funny Design called toothpick, or taper candle holders, which it would work well for, but I think it is a cigarette snuffer that you use to make your cigarette go out. You place it in the middle of your ashtray and place the fire end down in it. I don't believe this piece was ever used for that purpose though, as it is in mint condition. Either way it is a unique piece of porcelain...