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.
This is a wonderful Turquoise blue glass with high relief rose sprays adorning this round butter dish by Imperial Glass Company during their AIG period in the 1970s. It measures approx. 6 inches tall and 7.75 inches across at the widest part. This piece is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches. This is a very heavy , thick glass piece.
This is a lovely set of blue satin glaze baby shoe planters that are most likely made by Shawnee Pottery Company. They are marked USA on the bottom and are circa 1930s to 1940s. They are button up shoes and measure 2.25 inches high and 4.5 inches long. One is in excellent condition and the other has a very thin hairline crack down the center back.
This is a pair of elegant victorian style light blue hand heavy 22KT gold gilded salt and pepper shakers. They measure approx. 2.5 inches tall. They have cork stopper and one is inside of one shaker. They are in good condition, no chips, no cracks but there is a bit of wear to the gold gilding. They are still very pretty vintage pieces.
This is a pretty little cobalt blue glazed 3 footed planter or vase that has handpainted floral accents on two sides. It measures 3 inches high and 2 and 7/8 inches across the top. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches that I can see. I don't know the age or maker. It is an auction item. I am not certain of the composition, it is snow white on the inside, so it might be porcelain, but I am not sure about that either.
This is a magnificent black clay folk art pottery pot by master potters family Rigoberto, and the La Familia Mateos of Mexico. This is a hand thrown pot that has been scored or etched and then fired with Eucalyptus leaves to get the rich black color. This is a one of a kind gorgeous piece of artwork. It measures 3 inches high and 5.5 inches across that the swirls. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little signs of wear.
This is a really pretty little ewer that I think is made by Cliftwood Pottery Company. It is very similar to a taller version, but this one is 5 and 7/8 inches tall and 3.25 inches across. It is unmarked. There are no cracks, and no chips, It does have a couple of very small manufacturers defects in the glaze and a small amount of wear to the glaze on the base. If it is Cliftwood it is circa 1920 to 1940, but I can't be certain with no mark. It is an auction piece.
This is a really beautiful enamelware serving tray designed by Daher of Long Island, N.Y. and made in England. This has 4 different birds, probably songbirds, sitting on what looks like cherry blossoms. It is shades of green, pink, cream, gold, or tan and many other shades. It measures 13.5 inches square and is in excellent condition, no dents and only one thin scratch on the edge, other than that, very little, if any other scratches to the top...
This is a pretty vintage bamboo planter. It looks like the quality of McCoy, Hull or maybe Shawnee, but it is unmarked, so I am not sure of the age or maker. It does have age glaze crazing so I believe it is old. This measures 4.5 inches high and 4.75 by3.25 inches across. Besides the crazing this piece does have 4 hairline cracks around the edge and some discoloration around the back as well. This would still work great for a dry arrangement or accent piece.
This exquisite vase is handmade by the Isle of Wight Glass Company of England. You will never find another one exactly like it. This is a black azurene globe or ball vase which has gold applied in artsy patterns that give it a high stylized finish. This is a 3 inch piece and still has the original triangle label. The vase is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks, just a very little wear on the bottom. No visible wear to the gilding.
This is a really cute pair of old vintage black patent leather infant / baby or doll shoes with mother of pearl buttons. They have these numbers inside 0 9995. These are auction pieces and came with a history that reads: "Black Patent Low Cuts with buttons...
I have seen few pieces of this unusual West German porcelain miniature by Funny Design called toothpick, or taper candle holders, which it would work well for, but I think it is a cigarette snuffer that you use to make your cigarette go out. You place it in the middle of your ashtray and place the fire end down in it. I don't believe this piece was ever used for that purpose though, as it is in mint condition. Either way it is a unique piece of porcelain...