This is 3 matching Italian Carlos Giannini Lessdesign espresso, or demitasse cups and saucers in bright white porcelain, and silver gilding. The saucers are 4.75 inches across, and the cup 1 and 7/8 inches tall, and 2 inches across the rim. They are in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no signs of wear, but they are being sold as used. These pieces are extremely well made in Italy. I do not know the age.
This lovely collectors spoon is marked Panama on the frond handle with the date 1915, with a map also, the back shows a landscape scene of San Francisco and California poppies. It looks like silver, or sliver-plate but is unmarked so I don't know for sure. It measures 5.75 inches long and is in very good used condition, just needing a polishing.
This is a wonderful 1898 Forbes Silver Co. Clovis pattern silver-plate teaspoon. It measures 5.75 inches long, and is in very good used condition, just needing a good polishing.
These are lovely art deco style nickel silver teaspoons, but smaller, maybe demitasse spoons. They have a mark that looks like the club mark in on playing cards. There a 7 of them, and they measure 5 inches long. They need polished but seem to be in very good used condition, they are not bent or misshapen in any way. I have not been able to find out any information on them, but they are surely vintage, and probably antique.
This is a lovely little, about baby size, souvenir spoon made by Oneida LTD Silversmiths Canada. It is marked Victoria B.C. in the bowl, and British Columbia with the flag and sun on the handle. It measures 4.5 inches long, and is in good used condition.
This is 10 William Rogers silver mfg company iced teaspoons in the Anniversary Monograms pattern from circa 1923 to 1973. These are silver-plate spoons. I am also including one regular teaspoon with these. They measure 7 and 5/8 inches long. 9 of them look in good used condition, 1 is a little rough in the bottom. The reg. teaspoon has a bit of the plating missing on the bottom. I believe these could be polished up very nicely.
This is a circa 1970s George Washington presidential Silverplate Spoon by William Rogers mfg company. It has Mt. Vernon Virginia on the inside of the spoon cup, and American flags on the back handle, and of course George Washington and his image on the front. It is in used condition with surface marks, but should shine up very nicely.
This is the 1901 copyright of the Westinghouse Air Brake Instruction Book, by Westinghouse. It feature fold-outs of the brakes on locomotives. The inside of the book is good, the fold-outs are creased a bit different from their original place, but they are not torn or anything. The cover of the book it not good, it has what looks like moisture marks, but they don't go past the cover black hard cover. There are a total of 7 fold-outs that would be great for framing for a locomotive fan...
This is a lovely doll house white filigree wire storage trunk, with gorgeous intricate wire work to look like wicker. It measures 2.25 inches high, and 3 by 1 and 7/8 inches across. It is in very good clean condition. I do not know the age or maker.
This is an adorable ornate white filigree wire doll house baby carriage with pink rose blanket. It measures 3 and 3/8 inches tall, and 3.5 inches long. It is in excellent used condition, the wheels move, and it is very clean. I am not sure of the age or maker it is a auction item.
This is a really pretty white ware Inarco Japan grapevine candlestick, or candle holder. It measures 3.25 tall, and 2 and 3/8 inches across the top. It is in good condition for the most part, but has a small chip on the under edge of the foot.
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 lovely matching pair of satin, or frosted Viking Crystal glass candlesticks with the original labels. They measure 4 inches tall, and 3.25 inches across the base. They are in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no visible signs of wear, but are being sold as used.
This is a gorgeous hand crafted art glaze square art glaze vase made in Vietnam. It has applied glaze in turquoise blue and black to brown mottled metallic glazes. It measures 6.25 inches tall, and 4 inches square across the bottom. It still has part of the original label Hand Crafted in Vietnam.
This is a superior quality bisque porcelain figurine of a elegant Victorian man and woman. She is sitting on a chair, and he standing. The hands and fingers are very delicate and fine. There are shades of pink, blue, green, red, mauve, and gold gilding. This piece measures 7.25 inches tall, and 4.25 by 2 and 7/8 inches across the base. This piece is in very good used condition, no cracks, no chips, no crazing, and very little wear. It is also very clean...
This is a beautiful pink and mauve Victorian lady figurine with a bonnet and draw purse. This is porcelain and measures 5.75 inches tall. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and no crazing that I can see. It has a oval blue made in Japan sticker on the bottom.
This is a lovely little porcelain Victorian lady figurine dressed in lovely shades of green and teal, with pink mauve, and heavy gold gilding accents. It is marked on the bottom copyright L. & M. Inc. and I believe it is vintage, but don't know the exact age. It measures 8.25 inches tall and is in good condition. It has one small flake of the glaze off the back of point on one bow. I don't see any crazing, and no cracks. This is an auction piece.
This is a lovely little souvenir pitcher made for R.S.Crawford and Co. Yarmouth Nova Scotia in Vienna Austria. It features Victoria Park and Harbor scene, and heavy gold gilding, with a lovely lime green top edge. It is in extremely good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little wear. I believe this is circa 1900s to 1920s. It measures 2.25 inches tall, and 3.75 inches spout to handle.