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.
It is 9" in diameter
Possibly Jeannette glass?
Not the best quality glass, some light scratches
It is 7 5/8" in diameter.
Light gold trim loss to inner trim.
It is 5 5/8" in diameter.
It is 6 3/8 in diameter.
It is 54"L x 36 1/2" W.
There are twelve 7 1/2" x 7 1/2" embroidered squares with a blue border.
There are squares of Families, Children, Cats, Chicks, a Leprechaun, Service Station, Fawn and a Puppy.
Each square has the name of the embroiderer on it.
There are a few stains. No tears or rips.
It is approx 12" L x 9" W.
The image is approx 10" L x 8" W.
It is printed on very thin paper.
I believe this is a linoleum engraving.
There is a 1/2" tear on the bottom right corner which doesn't affect the image.
The edges have scotch tape holding the print to a paper board.
It is signed and titled in pencil.
It is framed under glass.
Will need new matting.
It is approx 11" in length and approx 13 3/4" wide.
It is a little yellowed and there is writing in pencil along the edge of Nebraska that states 1886-1892 some RR (railroads)not built- 1880's Kansas on reverse.
There is writing in pencil on the edge of the Kansas side that states 1886-1892.
Nice coloring and engraving.
The bottom part of the Kansas map states Public Lands Unknown and Indian Territory.
It is 7" tall
There is a tight hairline crack on the rim of the jar that extends down about 1 1/2"
Some glaze crazing
They are 1" x 5/8" made of silver toned metal w/black enamel.
They were officially retired (taken off the market) several years ago and all tools & dies used in their manufacture were destroyed, and no more will ever be made.
Manufactured in 1987.
They are approx 9 3/4" in diameter.
No chips or cracks.
They are decorated with Bats, Butterflies, Birds, Fruit, and Flowers.
The enamel paint is thick in some areas and is very detailed.
Gold accents also.
Some of the enamel paint has smudged and some of the paint is scratched due to stacking of the plates.
The bottom is stamped Made in China.