The Frog is admiring a Lady Bug.
It is approx 3 3/4" tall and 4 1/2" length.
The bottom is marked Kitty's Critters SOLLC (Starlite Originals LLC) 1999.
It is number 514 of 950.
She is approx 12" tall.
She has short hair with soft facial details.
The back of the sculpture has a hairline split from her left shoulder to the bottom.
The back of her right shoulder has a circular split. Her nose has a small split on the side.
The splits appear to be from age related wood shrinkage.
She has a few minor dings.
The back is signed E.G. Kahans.
Overall a very nice piece!
She is approx 15" tall.
I believe she is a Maiden Doll.
A Maiden Doll wears an apron that signifies her passage out of adolescence into adulthood.
She is now of marriageable age.
A hoop around her waist would indicate that she is engaged to be married.
Her apron is made of animal hide.
She is wearing a multi-colored beaded hoop.
She has metal wire around her neck and leg and copper wiring on her arms.
Her right leg is missing...
It is 9" tall
Light crazing in some areas.
Lid fits a little awkward.
There are four santa mugs.
They are 3" tall.
Two of the mugs are personalized Jeff and Pam.
It is made of carved lacquered stone possibly soapstone.
The teapot is 5" tall and is decorated with a carved dragon on both sides. The handle and spout are dragons also.
The footed tray is 9" x 7" and has 3 carved dragons and a phoenix...
It is 5 3/4" tall.
It has 6 sides with metal flakes inside the glass from midway to the neck of the vase.
It has a slightly frosted finish from the top to about midway down the vase.
Excellent condition. Signed on bottom LLGF.
It is approx 10" in length and 6 1/2" tall.
No chips or cracks.
He is approx 9" L x 7" W with blue eyes.
He has crazing and a chip on the reverse side by the hanger groove that can't be seen unless turned over.
Clay Art sticker on the back states "Clay Art San Francisco U.S.A. 1988."
It is 4 1/2" tall and has a 7 1/2" base.
There is a light green band with gold trim around the base and the inside rim of the spittoon.
No chips or cracks.
Light crazing. Yellowing to the pottery along part of the bottom edge of the base. Some tiny rust spots.
Gold trim loss on the lip of the rim.
Based on the markings on the bottom it was made in April 1933.
Not a light weight porcelain, weighs approx 4lbs.
Manufactured in 1919 this pattern is discontinued.
Six 6" Teaspoons.
Six 7" Luncheon Forks.
Six 9" Old French Blade Knives with Stainless Steel Blades.
One 7" Fruit Knife.
Condition is used and will need cleaning.
Hafer was a painter of California landscapes, California Missions and still life works.
She died in San Clemente, California on May 18th, 2003.
This is a painting of Holly Hobbie.
The painting is 20"L x 16"W.
The framed measurement is 27"L x 23"W. Holly has colorful thick painted accents.
Signed by Helen in the bottom lower left corner.
It is 12" tall.
It comes with a certificate of limited edition.
There is a tiny glaze flake on top of the the lid.
The bottom is numbered 57,191 of an edition of 100,000.
The jar was manufactured by the Nestle Food Co.
The cuticle tool is 4 1/2" in length. The tip of the tool has a slight bend and some of the petals on the daisies are dented in.
The button hook is 8" in length.
The handles are decorated in a daisy motif and are marked "Sterling".
The ends of the tools are metal which have darkened with age and have some light rust.
The bracelet is 7 1/2" and is decorated with eight 3/4" leaves linked together.
The earrings are of a single 3/4" leaf.
It is 12" tall and is very colorful.
Marked Precious Moments on the bottom.
The letters are hand written from two sons one in the U.S. Air Force stationed at various locations in the U.S. and the other son was in the U.S. Navy.
They are writing home to their parents and fiance. Nice military stationary.
There is a telegraph and a few photos also.
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".
It is 6 1/4" x 4".
Ted DeGrazia (1909-1982) was known the world over for his paintings of the Southwest. Indians, angels, cowboys on horseback, all were among his creations....but far and away the best known and loved were his solemn, dark-eyed children.
The tile is embossed with the Navajo mother scene giving it a 3-D look. It is hand painted with a soft matte finish.
It is hand signed and signed in the mold...