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 figurine made exclusively for Avon sales representatives by Precious Moments Collections. It has an adorable little lady bunny rabbit with her frilly pink dress and rose head decoration applying lipstick while holding a mirror. She also has a shopping bag that says Avon that is full of products and the words " Read for and Avon Day" across the base. It is marked on the bottom and has the original Japan sticker and tag card...
This is a lovely statue of Jesus in the Catholic Sacred heart design. I think it is vintage, but it is a sale item and I don't know for sure. It has a pretty mint green robe and red heart and the base and His hair is painted with luster. It measures 7.75 inches tall and is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and very little if any wear.
This is a really pretty little ewer that I think is made by Cliftwood Pottery Company. It is very similar to a taller version, but this one is 5 and 7/8 inches tall and 3.25 inches across. It is unmarked. There are no cracks, and no chips, It does have a couple of very small manufacturers defects in the glaze and a small amount of wear to the glaze on the base. If it is Cliftwood it is circa 1920 to 1940, but I can't be certain with no mark. It is an auction piece.
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 nice crystal bowl with diamonds, fans, and feather designs, and a starburst in the bottom. It has a silverplate rim that is marked silverplate England. It measures 3.5 inches high and 8.5 inches in diameter. The crystal glass is in good condition, just a rough spot on the bottom base, the silverplate as a couple of small shallow spots on the surface and spot on the lower edge of the rim has bit of lost plating. Circa 1970.
This is a early Nelson McCoy pottery planter with the NM USA mark. It is a console planter that would work great for bonsai plants. It measures 2 inches high and 7.75 by 5.5 inches across. This piece is old, circa 1940s, and has a bit of lime on the inside from use, it has slight age glaze crazing, and 2 very tiny nicks on the edge and just a really cool old shabby chic look. This is a great vintage early piece of McCoy.
This is a heavy lead crystal vanity or trinket box in the shape of a snowflake. It is wonderful quality super clear glass like Waterford or Galway. All the edges are smoothed perfectly. It measures 2 inches high and 3.75 inches across. It is in excellent condition. I can find no damage and no cloudiness. I don't know the age or maker, it is an auction item, but is is really nice, it just shimmers under the light.
This is a lovely white glass shade with Mickey and Minnie Mouse cartoon images around the side. It measures approx. 6.5 inches high and 6.5 inches across. The opening edge is 3 inches in diameter. It is in very good condition, no cracks and no chips. I don't know the age but the images look possibly retro.
This is a really lovely nostalgic hand painted ceramic Merry Christmas Caroler wall plaque in a Dickens era three dimensional design. The details and colors are very well done. It measures approx. 8 by 6.25 inches and is in very good condition. The paint show very little sign of wear. I do not know the age.
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.
Anchor Hocking Fire King grapevine pattern dish with 22kt heavy gold gilding. This pattern is called vintage or golden anniversary. This piece measures 8.5 inches side to side and almost 10 inches corner to corner. This lovely grapevine impressed dish or bowl is in excellent condition. It is used, but doesn't look used. The gold is bright and shiny and I see no wear and there are no cracks and no chips. Circa 1950s.
Elegant etched crystal Martinsville meadow wreath pattern #26 candle holder or double candelabra. This piece measures 5 and 3/4 inches across the base and 5 inches tall. I have two of these listed separately. Both are in excellent condition. No chips and no cracks and no scratches. These are circa 1940s depression glass.
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 truly wonderful piece that does have a hairline crack at the top edge. It is a hand painted very rich warm 22kt heavy gold gilded pitcher or ewer by Stangl pottery company in Trenton, N.J. circa 1958 to 1962. This is a large piece measuring 11.75 inches tall and approx. 5 inches across the widest part. There is no wear to the pitcher, just the hairline crack. It would still make a stunningly beautiful accent piece.
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.
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 really beautiful and elegant pressed glass or brilliant crystal dish or bowl. Probably EAPG or early American pattern glass. It has sprays that look sort of like weeping willows. It is 3 three footed and has pulled glass accents. It measures 9.75 inches in diameter and 3.75 inches high. It does have what looks like a chip in the interior and two very small chips on the rim. All of these can not be felt so it almost seems like manufacturer defects, but I am not sure...