The sugar bowl is approx 5 3/4" tall with the lid on.
The creamer is approx 3 1/2" tall.
They have enameled Egrets decorations on both sides and on the lid of the sugar bowl.
The creamer has staining inside & out and some tiny rough spots on the lip of the spout.
The sugar bowl has some staining on the outside.
They are signed on the bottoms.
It is approx 8 1/2" from the spout to the handle
The Reamer is approx 3" tall
Not sure how old it is
The footed bowl is 11" in diameter.
There are four 6" in diameter bowls.
The 11" bowl has some some varnish loss and some white paint smudges.
The white paint smudges should come off with a little cleaning.
Three of the bowls have light varnish loss.
One bowl has moderate varnish loss.
They are 5 1/2" tall and have 5 holes on top.
The corks are inside the shakers..
The other shaker features a squaw states "Her not chief's squaw cause she pretty. Her use much Pepper she very witty.
They are Sequoia National Park souvenir shakers made of wood.
They approx 2 1/2" tall.
The Squaw shaker is marked Sequoia Nat'l Park on the back.
They have cork bottoms.
They are 3" tall.
The black cat has a small glaze nick on the bottom of the fish's tail.
The tip of the white cat's left ear has a pinhead rough spot.
They are marked C.A on the bottoms.
It is 10" tall and is nicely decorated on 2 sides with little figures and the other 2 sides are decorated with calligraphy and figures.
They are stamped Toledo.
There are eight swords in all with two different handle styles.
The sword handles and stand have light blue, red, white and black paint highlights.
The stand is approx 4 3/4" tall and is marked "Made in Spain".
They are 2 1/2" tall.
One shaker has moderate paint loss the other has slight paint loss.
They both have their original corks.
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