This is very nice blue porcelain mug, with bright 22kt gold accents. This is a Colorado State University mug by W. C. Bunting Co.of Wellsville Ohio USA. The crest says Education, Service, Extension, Research, 1870. This mug measures 4.5 inches tall, and 2 and 1/8 inches across the rim. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, very little wear to the gilding, but it does have very fine age glaze crazing.
This is a lovely rice or tea bowl that is hand painted in shades of red, pink, green, and blue on a yellow background. It is unmarked and measures 2 and 1/8 inches high and 4.5 inches in diameter. It is in great condition. I do not know the age or the maker, I also do not know if it is Japanese or Chinese.
This is a matching pair of heavy crystal taper candle holders shaped like a cube or ice cube. They measure 1 inch high, and 1.75 across. They are in excellent condition. I do not know the age or maker, they are unmarked auction items. These are very much like similar ones I have seen that were Blenko
This is a vintage semi-translucent caramel colored tiki vase or mug that I believe was made by Orchids of Hawaii Japan in the 1960s. However it is unmarked so I am not sure. It is 5 inches tall, and 2.75 inches across. It is in very good used condition, no cracks, no chips, and I don't see any crazing. It is a nice heavy thick pottery piece, so it is well made.
This is an adorable lady face cup, or mug, with one eye winking and the other eyebrow reading Baileys. Inside it has the work Yum. this is a 1996 limited edition by Signal for Baileys Irish Cream. It still has a foil label on the bottom buy you can't read the words anymore. It measures 3 inches high, and 4 inches across the rim. The colors are very bright and vivid on this piece, and it is in very good condition...
This is a pretty little high relief fresco wall plaque that is marked on the back Dimontti Italy Style. It is porcelain, hand painted in blue, white, and gold gilding. It features a victorian lady with a pretty hat, and a small harp. Her face is nicely painted skin-tone, with blue eyes. The background is ornate with touches of lace design. It measures 7.75 inches by 5.75 inches. It is in excellent condition.
This is a wonderful little footed dessert or sherbert dish by Indiana Glass Company in the blue carnival grape harvest design in the 1970s. It measures 3.75 inches high and 3 and 3/8 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little, if any wear to the sheen.
1986 Legend Products Artic Explorer chalkware wall bust. Fine detailed characature of rugged explorer measuring 6 inches by 4.75 inches. It has no major dings or cracks, but has a bit of wear to the paint.
This Cambridge Glass Company EAPG buzz or pinwheel pattern dish is from about circa 1910 It is about a berry dish size measuring 5.5 inches across the top edge and 1.75 inches high. It two chips to the foot, but is still lovely and usable.
This is a lovely little transferware hand signed dish or nappy. It has beautiful bartlet pears and a pretty butterfly that looks like transferware. It has a raised gold gilt handle and edge. It is signed Mary Frances Stanley and measures 7 inches across. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no signs of wear. I have no idea of age, it is an auction item.
This is a really pretty piece of aqua or blue glass in the shape of a colonial woman. I looks like about the size for syrup or molasses standing 7 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the base. It looks like it was hand blown into a mold and the handle applied later. I have no idea of the age but it has a very fine hairline crack at the top of the handle that you have to look very carefully to see.
This is a really cool retro avocado green pitcher with brighter green drip glaze accents. It is ribbed and textured. It still has the original foil Royal Sealy Quality Imports Japan label. This jug measures 5.25 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide from spout to handle. It is probably about circa 1950s and is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks, with just a bit of age glaze crazing typical of a piece this age.