This is a pretty pressed glass or crystal sugar dish or bowl. It has two handles and little foot on the base. It measures 2 and 5/8 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the rim. It is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks and no cloudiness. I don't know the age but it is probably and depression era or vintage. It is an auction piece.
This is a very pretty vintage bread and butter or dessert plate by Homer Laughlin. It is about circa 1930s to 50s. The pattern is called petit point and this one is really pretty with a red band around the edge. It measures 6.25 inches across and is in good used condition, no chips and no cracks. This would make a great little country decor piece in a pretty frame.
This is an adorable little cow creamer with the original cow bell. It has a vintage Japan sticker still on the bottom. It does have some damage, it has a chip on the horn but could be hidden pretty well with a touch of paint and it has a repaired leg. It also has some age glaze crazing. This would still make a nice addition to the cow collectors collection. It measures 6.5 inches long and 4.75 inches tall.
This is a really pretty piece of aqua or blue glass in the shape of a colonial woman. I looks like about the size for syrup or molasses standing 7 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the base. It looks like it was hand blown into a mold and the handle applied later. I have no idea of the age but it has a very fine hairline crack at the top of the handle that you have to look very carefully to see.
This is a really lovely nostalgic hand painted ceramic Merry Christmas Caroler wall plaque in a Dickens era three dimensional design. The details and colors are very well done. It measures approx. 8 by 6.25 inches and is in very good condition. The paint show very little sign of wear. I do not know the age.
This is a really pretty little plate marked California Pantry on the bottom. It is avocado green semi-opaque glaze over raised relief or details. This is the perfect size for a pillar candle or dessert plate. It is a nice heavy stoneware pottery and measures 5.75 inches across. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches or crazing that I can see.
This is a really pretty Los Angeles Potteries console style vase or planter. It is gradient shades of pink and mauve on the inside and gradient shades of gray on the outside. It is marked. It is large measuring 11 by 8 inches and 2 inches high. This piece was made between circa 1941 and 1971 and is a #100 design or mold. It works really well with a flower frog...
This is a nice old mixing bowl from an estate sale. It is marked 5in. USA on the bottom, but doesn't have the makers name. It looks old, but still in good condition. There is one very small shallow chip on the bottom of the top band. No cracks.
This is a really cool old bakelite beer or soda bottle opener in the caramel or butterscotch color made to look like bone. It measures 5 inches long. The handle is in perfect condition, no chips and no cracks. The metal part does have some rust. Circa 1940s or 50s.
This is a really adorable vintage baby bootie planter by Inarco. It has a creamy white background with richly textured daisies, knitting, ribbon and applied raised flower centerpiece. The colors are white, blue, pink and yellow which would work well for either a boy or a girl baby. It measures 4.75 inches long and 3 inches wide. It still has part of the original foil Inarco Japan label on the bottom. It is in great condition, no chips and no cracks...
This is a cool old primitive wood butter paddle with all the great marks of use, one small ding on the edge and no cracks. It measures 8.5 inches long and 4 inches wide. This is the kind of utensil that was used on the farm for working the liquid out of homemade butter. This is a great old piece.
This a really cool little enamel graniteware spoon or utensil, probably a small serving or tablespoon size. It is yellow with white speckles. It is in great condition with just some normal wear to the edges, no chips. It measures just 6 inches long and reminds me of the kind you see folks eating beans with in movies. I don't know the age but it looks old.
This is a wonderful old large blue graniteware speckled kitchen spoon. It measures 11.75 inches long. It is in excellent condition. Just a bit of use wear to the edge. I have no idea of the age, but it looks old.
This is a really beautiful vintage depression ere glass either ceiling or lamp shade with hobnail and ribbed banding. It is very nice heavy pressed glass and the light blue looks like it is enameled on and is in great condition. The only damage is a bit of chipping around the center hole, but it doesn't go all the way through. Look at the picture carefully. It measures 10 and 7/8 inches across and 3.25 inches high. This is a lovely piece and would add wonderful accents to any room.
This is clear glass telephone rural system insulator marked Hemingray-56 Made In U.S.A. 33-55. It is said to be produced in 1955. It measures 3 and 1/4 inches wide and 3 and 7/8 inches high. It is in very good condition with just a little minor roughness on the outer edge and a very small flea bite on the bottom edge.
This is a very beautiful bright blue to turquoise pressed glass compote made my Anchor Hocking in the Fairfield pattern between 1972 and 1976. It measures 3 and 5/8 inches tall and 4.5 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. This is a great size for a candy dish and the color would be stunning in a window with light coming through.
This is a pretty little porcelain plate with Asian letters on the back. I don't know if it is Chinese or Japanese. It looks like hand painted chintz. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. It measures 4 and 7/8 inches across, so it is probably a sushi or condiment dish. I don't know the age or maker, it is an auction item.
This is a beautiful matching set of fine white porcelain blue transferware covered sugar and creamer. The sugar is 4.25 inches tall and the creamer 3.25 inches tall. Both are marked Seltmann Weiden Bavaria W. Germany and a number I can't quite make out. These were made in between 1946 and 1975. They are in excellent condition. This is for one set of sugar and creamer, but I have a second set available if you are interested.