This is a vintage retro avocado green cream pitcher with raised fruits and vegetables on the surface. It measures 3 inches tall, and 4.5 from handle to spout. It is in good used condition, no cracks, no chips, but it does have fine age glaze crazing throughout. I believe this to be about circa 1950s. Is marked Japan on the bottom.
This is a individual serving restaurant china creamer by Warwick from about 1920 to 1930s. It has two green bands around the top, and a W on the bottom. It measures 2 and 1/8 inches tall. It is in used condition and has use marks, no chips, no cracks.
This is 4 pieces of Winfield gourmet pattern china pieces from about circa 1950 retro era. The feature speckled tan and brown glaze with utensil motifs. The creamer is marked Hand Crafted Winfield China California. It measures 2.5 inches high, and 5 inches handle to spout. The cereal bowl is 5.75 inches across the rim. The salt and pepper shakers are slightly under 2 inches square, and still have the original stoppers...
This is a lovely cottage style vintage Japan brown glazed floral enameled teapot. It measures 4.5 inches high, and 9.5 inches handle to spout. It has raised enamel floral motifs in coral, yellow, blue, pink, green, and gold gilt accents. The lid is pottery and glazed black. This teapot is used and has an extremely fine hairline crack to the top of the handle, in fact it is so fine I thought it was crazing. It does have some wear to the enameling, but mostly still good and bright...
This is a lovely miniature redware, or red clay, pitcher that has a rich deep brown glaze over all, and a white mottled drop glaze down the top of the rim and handle. It is marked St. Stephen N.B. on the side in heavy gold letters. It measures 3.75 inches tall. It is in very good used condition, with just a very fine age glaze crazing.
This is a really cool hand painted amphora Alcobaca pottery vase made in Portugal. It is brown, blue, teal, green,yellow, black, gray, and white, all hand painted. It is signed on the bottom. It has some kind of building, maybe a mission, on the one side. This piece measures 5.75 inches tall, and is 4.5 inches handle to handle. This piece does have a repaired handle, and a few rough points on the rim. I would still make a great addition to the Portugal pottery collectors collection.
This is a vintage Pinocchio doll or puppet head made of either plastic or cellulose maybe. It has a red hat. I contacted a toy expert and he had never seen one like it, and I have been searching for a long time to identify the maker, it is unmarked, but I can find nothing on it, so it must be rare. It measures 3.5 inches high and 3.5 inches from the front of the head to the back...
This is a lovely hand thrown pottery planter with art glaze hand painted in navy blue, gray, and brown speckled. It has the artists name Beth on the bottom. This piece measures 2.75 inches high, and 4.5 inches diameter. it is in excellent condition, it doesn't even look used, but is being sold as used. I do not know the age, it is an auction piece. It is very masterfully made.
This is a rare matching set of vin, intaglio vinegar and oil cruets by Purinton Pottery in the Heather Plaid pattern, circa 1951. These are lovely burgundy, yellow, and teal hand painted on white pottery. they measure 4.75 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the bottom. The are in good used vintage condition, no chips, no cracks, but there is fine age glaze crazing that is typical with this age of piece. They do not have the corks.
These are 2 adorable pottery votive holders that look like tulips with a semi-transparent glaze. They have the original label on the bottom of one that says National Card N Gifts, Import Export, Portsmouth VA. The measure 1 and 5/8 inches high, and 2 inches across the rim. They are in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, and not crazing that I can see. I do not know the age. They are auction items.
This was originally a collection of 10 genuine vintage, or antique, photographs of "The Hermitage in Nashville Tennessee, but there are only 8 photos in this mailer. You can see the ones in the images I posted. The mailer cover says Pub. by Ladies Hermitage Association,Nashville Tennessee, and requires a 1 and 1/2 cent stamp and has a place to address the mailer. These photos are 2 and 3/8 inches by 3.5 inches. The photos and the mailer are in very good condition.
These are both small or miniature pewter tankard stein, both with glass bottoms. The smallest on its 2 inches tall and 1.75 inches across the base. It is marked Made in England, English, and Pewter on the base rim. The other is 2.75 inches tall and 2.25 inches across the base. Both pieces are in good used condition, no dents, no major dings, just normal wear marks. I believe the English tankard is circa 1930, the other one I have no idea about. These are children's size or miniatures.