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This cheerful, hand carved, rabbit mold was used to make a paper mache rabbit. Cracks, chips, cuts, repairs, tools markings, etc are a normal part of these molds because they were actually used until the Philippine factories closed down. Traces of paper mache still remain. In very good used condition, our happy rabbit measures 16" high. Circa 1950's
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Rare American bronze Industrial Age commemorative charger. Very heavy weighing 12 lbs, it measures 10.5" in diameter. The back has an attachment for hanging that has been securely welded to the plate. Circa 1940's
A large mid century California Metlox baby grand square piano planter In excellent condition with just 2 small areas of very minor abrasions at the front corners. Marked on bottom "Metlox Mfg. Co." "Copr. 603", it measures 8.5" wide x 5" deep x 6" high. A beautiful slightly golden cream color with excellent detailing, this would be a fine addition to any Metlox or California pottery collection.
Genuine deep red garnet beaded necklace. The necklace measures 16.5" with 4.5 mm beads
Circa 1885, majolica plate with a bird in flight and a cry blossom branch in bloom. Measures 8.25" diameter.
A very feminine icy blue topaz pendant with a delicate sterling silver leaf overlay embedded with 3 small diamonds. It just sparkles. Measuring 2/4 inch (1" including bail), it is in perfect condition. Matching earring available for only $50, please inquire
RARE Max Factor goldtone rocking horse perfume compact. Still full of solid perfume, it smells just great. In pristine condition, this rare rocking horse compact measures about 2.5" x 2.5". Circa 1960's.
Resistol Midnight Western Felt Cowboy Hat 4X Beaver in size 7 3/8 Oval. Conforming. Never worn. Current retail price $180
Complete set of Continental gold weights as assembled measuring 2 1/8" exterior diameter x 3" x 1 1/2" high
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A red panel with gold gilt featuring an extremely well carved foo dog and her pup playing with the celestial ball. Two bats are flying overhead signifying good fortune. The coins along the ribbon represent prosperity. This lovely panel is in excellent antique condition and would be a welcome addition to any decor. Over 100 years old and measuring 14" by 6", our clients often hang these above paintings. More photos available upon request.
Stanley Wooden Plane No. 35, all intact including blade. The wood looks like maple and has a beautiful warm patina. These make great decorative pieces, as well as very functional for the carpenter. Measures 10" x 5.5" high
Very cute Kay Finch pig with brown ears and a yellow flower on her back. Hand painted and in excellent condition, it measures 3.25" high by 4.5" long.
Original 1986 two piece Canadian Grizzly Lager Beer advertising counter top display. The glass beer bottle is original to this display and is still full. The standing bear and tree trunk base are one piece made with some type of durable plastic or resin and filled with injection foam. In excellent condition, it measures 16" high.
An impressive heavy weight sterling silver link bracelet. Marked "Mexico 925", it weighs in at .9 oz and is 7.5" long
A smashing pair of Art Deco runway blue and green rhinestone earrings by Weiss. In excellent condition, these flip back screw on earrings measure 3.75" long x 2.5" widest.
California Metlox Poppytrail soup tureen from their Cabbage line. The tureen measures 7" across, ladle 9.5" long, underplate 11" diameter. Assembled with lid and underplate in position, the set measures 10" high. Poppytrail mark is on the underplate. In excellent condition, it dates circa 1970.
An antique Pennsylvania Dutch beaded purse with crochet work. The background is covered with small clear beads that are slightly iridescent. Same pattern on both sides. Exhibiting excellent handwork, this rare find dates about 1850 and measures 9.25" x 6".
Santa Claus decanter with 6 miniature Santa Claus head mugs from Lefton. Marked: Lefton, 1383, Made in Japan. In pristine original condition,the mugs measure 1.75" tall and the decanter is 7.5" tall. Dates about 1946.