This is a very rare old piece of lime green Fenton carnival ware. It is circa 1907. It is called a bonbon or basket dish. It measures 6 inches across. This piece is damaged, it has a crack on the lower part of one handle. This piece usually sell for about $170.00, so that is why it is discounted. This is still a lovely rare piece for a fenton collector.
This 10" dinner plate is made by Royal China U.S.A. with royacolor underglaze process. The pattern is Fair Oaks and features a stone house with red roof and stately trees, a man, dog and cattle around a pond. The edge has yellow and white flowers in a very ornately decorative pattern. This piece is in good condition with just one small chip, probably from a plate hanger, on the back side, not visible from the front. This would make a great wall decor item for a country look. Circa 1957
These 2 cordial or dessert goblets are by Cris d'Arques Rambouillet. They are French lead crystal and have a thumbprint designs on the sides. They are top quality and in excellent condition, no chips and no scratches. They are crystal clear, no cloudiness. They have a wonderful ring to the glass. They measure 4 inches tall.
This sale is for 5 quality crystal cordial or dessert goblets with a leaf spray design. They have a very clear ring to them when rang and they have an elegant trumpet shape. They measure 5.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches across the top edge. These have no cracks, chips, scratches or cloudiness. All in excellent condition. I have no idea of the maker or age as they are unmarked auction items. I have seen similar styled goblets that were Fostoria, but not the pattern.
Elegant etched crystal Martinsville meadow wreath pattern #26 candle holder or double candelabra. This piece measures 5 and 3/4 inches across the base and 5 inches tall. I have two of these listed separately. Both are in excellent condition. No chips and no cracks and no scratches. These are circa 1940s depression glass.
This is a piece of Native American pottery marked Dancing Rabbit'93 on the bottom. Signed and dated. It is terra cotta colored unglazed clay on the outside with incised pattern designs. The inside is glazed with various shades of blue, which drips down the outside. Ir look similar in style to a salt glaze, but I am not sure of the process. This is an auction item so I know nothing more about the makers. The piece is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no discoloration...
This is a piece of Native American pottery marked Dancing Rabbit'93 on the bottom. Signed and dated. It is terra cotta colored unglazed clay on the outside with incised pattern designs and a reed tie with trade beads. The inside is glazed with various shades of blue, much like a salt glaze. But I am not sure of the process. This is an auction item so I know nothing more about the makers. The piece is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no discoloration...
This ring came from an auction, so I know very little about it. I assume it is costume jewelry, but it is very ritzy looking and is goldtone metal with a large CZ in the center. It looks to be about a size 6 or 7, but measures approx. 3/4 inches across the opening. It is unmarked. It is in very good condition, no noticeable wear.
This Cambridge Glass Company EAPG buzz or pinwheel pattern dish is from about circa 1910 It is about a berry dish size measuring 5.5 inches across the top edge and 1.75 inches high. It two chips to the foot, but is still lovely and usable.
Homer Laughlin Liberty Stratford 7.25 inch salad plate. This was distributed by Cunningham and Pickett from 1942 through the 1950s. This piece has a mixed floral bouquet in the center with a pink roses and red, yellow and blue smaller flowers. The bottom says hand decorated Alliance, Ohio and it has gold gilding on the textured edge. It has just a touch of discoloration to the back edge and an extremely tiny rough spot where the glaze is rubbed off, also on the back edge...
This is an old gelatin, or jello mold from about the 1930s made in England. This has a ships anchor and rope design. You can tell this is old because it has bubbles in the glass. It is in good condition with just minor roughness under the rim, no chips and no cracks. It measures 5.25 by 3.75 inches across and 3 inches deep.
This elegant antique purse is hand crocheted and stitched over a light aqua lining. The strap is crocheted as well and then braided. It has what looks like a amber colored bakelite or celluloid frame with little flowers throughout. The crochet looks like it was make for this frame as it is not just a round doily but has a special shaping to fit up into the frame. This piece measures 11 inches from clasp to bottom edge and is 9.5 inches across...
Spirit of 76 bicentennial 1776 to 1976 brass key chain. United States of America commemorative coin key chain measuring 1.5 inches across the coin and 3+ inches overall. In very good condition, no wear.
Elegant Victorian style pink cabbage rose vase with heavy gold gilding. I think the rose sprays are transferware or transfers, but I'm not sure because it looks like china painting or hand painted. It has a sweeping ribbed pattern on the side which is complimented by the v-shaped rim. It has roses on the front and back. It is a large piece measuring 10 inches tall and 4.75 inches across. It is marked Burton & Burton Bogart GA. Made in China...
This piece is in the same style as the English Brown Betty luster brown glaze over red clay, but it is marked, Made in Japan on the bottom. It is missing the lid and the luster is spotted. The enameling is in great shape and there are no cracks or chips. It measures 2.75 inches tall and 5.5 inches handle to handle. I don't know the age.
This piece looks exactly like the same clay and glaze used on Brown Betty English teapots, however it is unmarked and an auction piece, so I have no idea of the maker. It is brown luster glaze over red clay. It measures 5 inches across spout to handle, and 1 and 5/8 inches tall. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and I don't see any age crazing. It does have just a bit of the gold gilding around the top rim left, but not much, and looks to be pre- circa 1950. Unmarked.
This is a stunning piece of hand blown art glass. It has light to dark cobalt blue lines throughout swirling from bottom to top. It has tiny bubbles randomly in the glass and a base that is sanded smooth so it won't scratch your table. It measures 10 inches tall and approx. 5 inches across the widest part. I have no idea of the age or maker, it is an auction piece. It is in perfect condition, no chips, no cracks and not scratches. This is a very heavy piece.
This 8.25 inch plate has a starburst pattern in the center and thumbprint details accompanied by a zig zag pattern. I am not positive of the maker, but I saw one the same exact unusual shade of blue with the same center design that was Fostoria. This is an vintage looking piece so I believe it is from the depression era. Circa 1930 to 1950. It is in used condition with no chips and no cracks.