This is a wonderful old piece of McCoy pottery that is colored from brown to tan on the bottom. It is could be called a pitcher, dipper, ladle, server and used for sauces or syrups. It measures 4 inches high and 6.5 inches from side to handle end, the widest part of the middle is 4.5 inches across. This piece is in good condition for being vintage, no chips, no cracks, but it does have the typical age glaze crazing found in older pieces. This would be a great size for gravies or sauces...
This is a vintage 3.5 inch magnifying glass by Jason Reader. It has most of the original box, one end flap is gone. It is in very good shape, very little scratches to the lens. This is a nice usable piece. It measures over-all 8.5 inches and looks like one of those Sherlock Holmes type of glasses.
This is a cute little lamb planter with a pink background over white pottery and blue and black lamb with gold gilt accents. I believe it is vintage, but I don't know the age or maker. It is unmarked. It measures 2.25 inches high and 3.5 inches across. This would make a great baby shower gift or excellent for a floral arrangement in a baby's room. It does have a very small and pretty much unoticeable hairline crack on the edge.
This is a beautiful 1994 collectors plate from the Bradford Exchange. It is called Cat Nap by Persis Weirs and is the First issue in the Nosy Neighbors collection. It is plate number 8414E. It measures 8 inches across. It has a wonderful tabby cat sleeping in the bird feeder as the Northern Cardinals look on wanting their food. This plate is in mint condition. I am also listing two other cat or kitten collectors plate.
This is a wonderful old thick heavy vintage milk glass reamer attachment for a electric mixer, maybe sunbeam or some other. It is unmarked. It measures 6.5 inches across. It has what looks like a crazing mark on the inside and a bit of roughness to the funnel spout. This is really a cool old piece. It would look great in a retro kitchen.
This is a antique circa 1900 Kyo-Satsuma enameled ginger jar. It has lovely Japanese figures and imari type decorations, which are raised and textured by a process called cream paste that is then enameled. This jar is hand painted and has fabulous colors of red, black, grey, blue, white and bright gold gilding. It think it is made out of porcelain, but it may be pottery. It does not have the lid. It measures 4 inches high and 3.5 inches across...
This is a really beautiful hand painted delicate porcelain bowl. It has petal shaped scallops around the edge and relief scrolls in the white porcelain blank. It is painted with free form cabbage roses and green accents and heavy gold accents throughout. It measures 2 inches high and 7 and 5/8 inches across. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks. It has a small amount of wear to the gold gilding...
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This is a wonderful figurine made in Germany. This is a street or country piper, with a horn like a saxophone or clarinet. There are two sheep or lambs and a dog like a fox terrier, or borzoi next to the piper. This fellow looks like a harlequin or pierrot, and is very gangly and artsy. It is marked on the bottom made in Germany and has some other hand written marks that I can't make out. He measures a stately 11.75 inches tall and 5.5 inches across the base...
This is a wonderful heavy lead crystal dresser or vanity box made in Yugoslavia. This could be used for jewelry or trinkets. It has radiating ribbing on the top and bottom, and ribbed designs on the sides as well. This is a nice heavy piece. It measures 2.25 inches high and 4.5 inches across. This is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no visible scratches.
These pretty little footed compotes by Indiana Glass Company are called by three different names at times, Kings Crown, Colony Crown, and Thumbprint. They are avocado green vintage glass and have that retro look about them. They measure 3 inches high and 3.75 inches across the rim. They are all in good condition, no chips, and no cracks. Circa 1940 to 1960.
This is a lovely old pottery planter that is ribbed or banded and celadon green in color. It measures 4 inches tall and 4 and 7/8 inches across the rim. This is an old vintage piece that is marked either 47D or 470, I am not sure which. It has age glaze crazing throughout, but lightly on the outside and more heavy inside and on the bottom. It has on pinhead size glaze chip on the edge, other than that no chips, and no cracks.
This adorable little porcelain china teacup and saucer are airbrushed with lime green color and then has raised enameled dragons applied, giving it texture, and fired on. The are small, demitasse size. The saucer is 3.75 inches across and the teacup is 1 and 1/8 inches high and 2 and 7/8 inches across the rim. Both pieces are marked Japan in red on the bottom, but I do not know the age or maker.