This is a pretty little pink depression glass bonbon or candy dish with a open heart handle. It measures 6.5 inches across and 3 inches tall. It is in excellent condition. This is a auction item so I am not sure the maker. I saw one listed as an older Greenburg Glass Works piece, but I am not sure.
This is a lovely pink depression glass tray or platter by Anchor Hocking in the Mayfair Open Rose pattern. It measures 14 inches long and and 9 inches wide. It has pretty floral patterns in the center and on the edge and radiating and scallop patterns as well. There is a bit of roughness in the mold area of the handles, no cracks. Hocking Glass produced this pattern from 1931- 1936. It is a lovely elegant piece.
Pretty pink depression glass candlestick or holder. This is a lovely rich pink color and measures 4.25 inches across the base and2.5 inches tall. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no rough edges. I am also listing another pink candlestick very similar to this one. They would make a great pair.
This is a lovely little transferware hand signed dish or nappy. It has beautiful bartlet pears and a pretty butterfly that looks like transferware. It has a raised gold gilt handle and edge. It is signed Mary Frances Stanley and measures 7 inches across. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no signs of wear. I have no idea of age, it is an auction item.
This is a old, at least vintage, maybe older, reversed painted and foiled macaw parrot black silhouette picture with a nice old gold leaf and black lacquered frame. This company made these frames in the 1940s. This is in very good condition, no stains, no discolorations and no scratches.
This is an really wonderful 7 piece Chinese panda child's or miniature tea service. It has the 7 teacups and tiny teapot with lid all decorated with pandas and bamboo and signed with Chinese symbols. I do not know what the words mean. It looks like very good delicate bone china and is in excellent condition, no cracks and no chips and no wear that I can see. the cups measure 1.25 inches tall and 1.75 inches across the rim. The teapot is 4.5 inches spout to handle and 2.5 inches tall...
Highly detailed hand painted vintage Japan collectors plate. It features a lovely peaceful pasture and pond scene with a red roofed house and swans. It is framed by graceful trees. The rim has 22kt gold gilding. It is marked on the back UCASCO China Hand painted Japan and is signed by the artist, but I can't make out the name. It is 8 inches across and in excellent condition, no wear, no cracks and no chips. It does have holes in the back edge for hanging on the wall.
I am listing a Noritake Kiva fine bone china teacup. It is very delicate and lovely featuring delicate pink, red and blue flowers on running vines. The edge has a cobalt blue and red repeated design. It is marked. This teacup is in excellent condition, very little wear to the gold gilding and no chips and no cracks. It measures 3.5 inches rim to rim and 1.75 inches tall. I am also including free the saucer which does have a hairline crack.
This is an old shabby chic box with pink and blue morning glories on the top and a round matted frame style under glass. It does have one spot of discoloration on the mat, but not too bad. The inside has a mirrored top and two compartments with glass bottoms. I have no idea what this was used for it is an auction piece. The pink paint has that shabby look to it. It measures 9.25 inches square and 3 inches deep...
Miniature floral three footed creamer or pitcher. This piece has heavy gold gilding and floral sprays in red, purple and green. It measures 2.5 inches tall and is unmarked. I don't know the age, but it looks like fine bone china or porcelain. It is in very good used condition, no chips and no cracks. This piece is unmarked.
Anchor Hocking Fire King grapevine pattern dish with 22kt heavy gold gilding. This pattern is called vintage or golden anniversary. This piece measures 8.5 inches side to side and almost 10 inches corner to corner. This lovely grapevine impressed dish or bowl is in excellent condition. It is used, but doesn't look used. The gold is bright and shiny and I see no wear and there are no cracks and no chips. Circa 1950s.
This is a copy from May 15 and 16, 1963 of the Nasa SP-45 Mercury Project Summary including results of the Fourth Manned Orbital Flight, Project Mercury by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center. Forward by Kenneth S. Kleinknecht manager of the Mercury Project and W.M.Bland Jr. Deputy Manager of the Mercury Project. This book has a handwritten "R-Test-V" on the front cover...