Aunt Jennie's Attic
All Items : Jewelry : Sets : Pre 1960 item #1052481 (stock #sub11111)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This elegant set of signed Miriam Haskell baroque pearls includes a choker style 2 strand necklace, a 3 strand bracelet, and earrings that match the clasps on the other two pieces. All of the pieces are signed with the Miriam Haskell name on the backs of the clasps. Please email me for more pictures and details about this hard to find set of Haskell pearls.
All Items : Ceramics : Pre 1920 item #1056824 (stock #tro2211)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This beautiful vase stands 16 1/4 in. tall and is 7 inches across at its widest point. It is hand painted with burgundy and pink flowers on one side and ivory flowers on the reverse. The paint is bright and condition is very good for an item of this age. It was probably produced in the early part of the 20th century or before. It is marked on the bottom as shown in the picture.I am not familiar with the marking. This vase would make a beautiful addition to your collection.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1970 item #1082912 (stock #sav61311)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This 3 part Wexford relish plate was made by Anchor Hocking in the 1960's. It measures 8 1/2 inches in diameter and is in excellent condition. Its scalloped rim gives it an elegant look. Priced to sell at $10.00 plus shipping and ins.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1950 item #1082919 (stock #sav61411)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This 3 part hobnail cloverleaf relish dish was made by Anchor Hocking in the early to mid 1940's. It has 3 tab handles similar the the Hocking Moonstone pattern but it is clear. It is in excellent condition with no chips or scratches. Great for sauces, jellies or mints. Lots of sparkle! 6 1/4 in. diameter.
All Items : Holiday : Contemporary item #1105569
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This beautiful canape plate is part of the Fitz and Floyd collection. Its production ended in 1999.Decorated with fruits and vegetables, it would make a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table. It measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter. I have 2 available and both have their original packaging. Price is per plate. Condition is excellent.
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 2000 item #1107743 (stock #sal-1027)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
Now available, 10 Spice of Life coffee cups made by Pyrex. They are in perfect condition and would be great for filling out your set or for serving coffee to larger gatherings. So much better than styrofoam. Microwave safe. Go Green! They will go with any green, gold or rust table setting. $20 for all or $2.50 each. Shipping and insurance $13.25 for set.
All Items : Ceramics : Pre 1980 item #1107800 (stock #boy1027)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This set of 2 Majolica style cabbage plates are marked Secla Portugal and measure 8 1/2 in. in diameter. They are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or crazing. Can be purchased single for $20. Shipping and insurance approximately $14.35
All Items : Glassware : Moon and Star : Pre 1990 item #1138004 (stock #2trob)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This small compote or covered candy dish is probably made by the L.E. Smith Company. It measures 6.5 inches high and is 4.75 inches in diameter. The color is a shade of blue that tends toward turquoise rather than cobalt. It does have a chip or rough spot on the lip where the lid fits on in a sort of scalloped pattern. It does not show at all when the lid is in place, but the price has been reduced to reflect this flaw. It would still make a wonderful addition to your glassware collection.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Frankoma : Pre 1980 item #1238644 (stock #tro500)
Aunt Jennie's Attic
This beautiful duck planter is made by the Frankoma Pottery Company. It measures 12 inches long, a little over 6 inches at the widest part of the wings, and about 6 inches at the tallest part of the head. It appears to be in unused condition and has the Frankoma signature and number 208 on the bottom.
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