This is a very odd or unusual individual teapot made of heavy porcelain in the #1708 pattern by Hall. It is marked made in USA and measures 2.75 inches hight and 6 and 1/8 inches spout to handle. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks and very little or no signs of wear.
This is a wonderful piece of EAPG made by U.S. Glass Company between 1898 and 1920. It is a little forest green glass toothpick holder with gold gilding on the feet, which is in good condition, and around the rim, which is mostly gone. Also it is etched around the center with "Howard Patterson Meridian Fair 1911. It measures 2.5 inches high and 2.5 inches in diameter. Other than the wear to the gilding on the rim, it is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness.
This is a beautiful turquoise blue art glaze pottery pitcher with drip glaze flowing from the top. It is marked on the side U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship Memorial, and Paden City Artware W.Va o the bottom. This company was in operation from 1956 to 1985. This pretty little pottery pitcher measures 2 and 5/8 inches tall and is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks. This is a very good item for the Naval, or military buff. This ship was in service during the 1940s.
This is a fantastic collectors plate by Mockba. It features the USSR, or CCCP, hammer and sickle over the globe, a Russian red star, banners with Russian letters, and wheat around the rim. It also has marks on the back, one of which looks like a seal with a crown. I can't read the writing so I don't know what it says. It has a hanger on the back...
I was told that this is a piece of very old McCoy pottery, but I am not sure of the maker, it could be Hull or even Roseville just looking at the thickness and design of the piece. It is an unmarked auction piece. It has semi-opaque art glaze over a leaf and ribbed design. It measures 4.25 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the top rim. It has a hairline crack in the side that you can see in the picture. Still for the collector of old pottery this is a great heavy lovely item.
This is a very fragile thin crystal glass frosted bud vase. It has an Asian shape and looks hand blown, but I don't know for sure, but the way the top rim looks makes me think so. It measures 5 inches tall, and 2.5 inches in diameter. I do not know the age or maker, it is an auction item.It is in good used condition, just a few wear marks, no cracks or chips.
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This is a very ornate old Victorian piece. It appears to be bronze or brass and then has gold gilding or leaf over the top. It has what looks like 6 rubies and either 2 blue opaline or turquoise cabochon jewels. It has a pen rest on the tray and an inkwell, but the lid is missing. Still it is a lovely old piece. I don't know the maker as I can find no marks on it. It does have a screw in the bottom that look like it was added to tighten up one of the pen rests...
This is a lovely small hand painted luster Chikaramachi Japan porcelain saucer with gray luster and a tree landscape scene. It is small, measuring 3 and 7/8 inches across. It is probably about the 1930s. This is a very good used piece, no chips, no cracks, and not much 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 lovely circa 1944 Sandland Ware Lancaster and Sandland LTD., Hanley Staffordshire England Twining Tea caddy or jar. It is missing the lid. The pattern is Down Somerset Way, and features lovely village cottages and buildings in rich colors of red, blue, green, white, brown, and bright gold gilding. This piece measures 3.5 inches tall, and 6 and 3/8 by 3.5 inches across the bottom. It is oval. It is in good used condition, no cracks, no chips, but there is age glaze crazing...
This is a vintage dish or ashtray with heart shaped ceramic tiles in avocado green, gray, and black. The back is aluminum, and the grout is white. It looks like it was used for an ashtray because the grout is discolored in the bottom. It is a very nice retro piece and measures 6 inches across, the grout seems to be still very solid set. Circa 1950.
Vintage Inarco elegant lady figurine. Marked 1964 with E1751 and the original foil label. She is 4.5 inches tall. In very good condition, no cracks, no chips. She just needs a bit of cleaning, no stains, just dust accumulation.