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 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.
This is a very nice heavy old bean pot or crock with a tan or cream bottom and dark brown top, fully glazed and in very good condition, no chips and no cracks, and has the original lid. It is marked USA but nothing more. It does looks just like some said to be made by RRP in Roseville, Ohio but I have no idea for sure as it is an auction item. It measures 6.25 inches tall and 6.5 inches in diameter.
This is a pretty older yellow Homer Laughlin 1938 to 1964 Fiestaware Harlequin yellow sugar dish or bowl. This measures 2 and 5/8 inches high and 4.25 inches across the top rim. It does have a chip and a tiny rubbed spot on the rim, other than that it is in good condition.
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 beautiful crystal dish with wonderful thistle and hobstar designs. It is damaged. It has a crack from one foot to the side. I am only offering it because it is so beautiful and is sold as is. It measures 2 and 3/8 inches tall and is 6.75 inches across. This would be a wonderful addition to the glass collectors collection even with the damage is is so bright and lovely.
This is a really elegant old timey santa sleigh in the shape of a holly leaf. It has white runners and is marked Atlanta Mold and 1974. It measures 10.75 inches long and would make a great Christmas Holiday table centerpiece. It is in very good condition, no cracks and no chips and very little wear.
This is a nice clear pressed glass toothpick holder. It is vintage and has nice textured details and a handle. I have seen many amber colored ones but not many clear ones. It measures 2.25 inches tall. It does have a chip on the bottom edge. I believe this piece is circa 1940s or 50s, but it is an auction item and I don't know for sure.
This is a pretty hexagon shaped ginger or tea jar that is ornately enameled with many colors of glaze, and heavy gold gilding. The art looks like Japanese to me, but I am not sure. It is porcelain and has a marking on the bottom. It is 6.5 inches high, and 5.5 inches across. It is in very good condition. I got this piece at an auction so I know nothing about the age or maker.
Original poems rhymes and acrostics by William Yancey Erwin it a second edition, hardcover book that is privately printed. It has names of the owners inside the cover and a few marks here an there inside. It has a photo of the author and a few decorative illustration inside. It is a 1907 edition, 1906 copyright. It has a bit of fraying to the edges and some discoloration on the cover and pages in just a few places.
This is a very ornate victorian style dish with what looks like pink and red peonies and camellias or roses in the center and luster and gold gilded accents. The porcelain has cut out work. It measures 8.25 inches across and comes with the wood plate stand. It is in very good condition. It has one tiny rough spot on the edge but it was part of the makers process as it is under the gilding. It is unmarked, but I think it is Royal Sealy, as I have seen items similar to it that were...
This is a very unusual looking coffee cup / mug that is signed Padilla and made in Arizona. It has wonderful burgundy, gray and blue or aqua drip art glaze which is lead free. It is a very heavy uniquely designed shape. It is marked on the bottom Padilla. It measures 4.25 inches high and 4.5 inches across the widest part. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no crazing that I can see. It looks vintage, but I don't know the age, it is an auction piece.