Handmade quilt with design in various colors. Figure it was made late 1800's or early 1900's - or at least plain white backing was sewn on in 1900's. Great condition.
This pair of vintage Weiss aurora borealis earrings have a screw-back fastener. The little stones are set-in prongs, but the larger stones are just glued in and all are in very good condition. These are unusual in design as most of this timeframe were not dangle type of earrings. Very pretty in picking up various colors and in sunlight. Price includes 1st class shipping and insurance.
Mazer Brothers used the hallmark Jomaz from 1946 to circa 1981. Known for high quality jewelry, this lovely peacock is done in green enamel and clear rhinestones, with blue and green rhinestones accenting the ends. Measures 2-1/4" wide and 2" tall. Excellent condition. Jomaz and copyright symbol on reverse side of pin.
Goebel Friar Monk creamer stands just under 4" tall and sugar jar 4-1/2" tall. Stamped on creamer is Germany S141/0 and bee marking; on sugar jar Germany Z37 and bee. Excellent condition. Creamer has one spot by spout that isn't chipped but paint is chipped off (see picture). Photos of markings are glary in photos, but markings are truly clear on the bottom.
Hard to find green pint Atlas "Strong Shoulder" Mason jar with zinc Atlas screw top lid. No nicks around lid. Glass shows some bubbles and one hairline scratch - doesn't appear to be a crack (towards the back), but not sure if I'd use for water bath canning. Solid for refrigerator use or storage/display.
This silverware set is from the late 60s. Service for eight of dinner forks, salad forks, tea spoons, soup spoons (only seven), dinner knives and only four steak knives. Serving pieces: meat fork, serving fork, slicing knife, carving knife, four large spoons (2 slotted and 2 not), gravy spoon, sugar spoons, butter knife and pie server. Pewter-look finish. Feel free to make any inquiries.
Four Munising factory varnished salad bowls with large serving bowl. The bowls measure 6” diameter by 1-1/2” high and the larger bowl is 11" in diameter. The clear varnish reveals the natural color of the wood.
9" tall in sitting position, this beautiful white mink bear has moveable arms, legs, and head. This was handmade from a recycled coat and well constructed, but not recommended for rough play by a child.
These salad bowls were factory varnished and are shallow, measuring 6-3/4” in diameter and are 1-1/4” high. Each reveals the unique quality of the wood grain which it was made – including Birdseye maple markings. A stylish and modern shape in an antique, natural bowl.
Four piece McCoy pink and blue banded bowl set. Largest bowl is 9" diameter, then 7" and 5" and a custard cup measuring 3-1/4". All are in very good shape, no chips. Custard cup has a line but not a crack and shows more wear than the bowls. USA McCoy is hard to read on one bowl and doesn't show on others, but these are true McCoy bowls in the larger pink stripe with blue stripes on either side, then pink stripes underneath to bottom of bowl.
9" tall sitting position, this black mink bear has moveable arms, legs, and head. This was handmade from a recycled coat and well constructed, but not recommended for rough play by a child.
This pre-collected set of Pyrex dishes goes from the refrigerator to the oven. Store and reheat your leftovers in attractive primary colors from the '40's. The two red dishes hold a little more than a cup, the blue one holds a pint, and the yellow one holds more than a quart and has handles. They're all about 2 1/2" deep. Very good to excellent condition: no chips or cracks, the lid of the yellow dish is a little soiled.