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.
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.
It is approx 10" in length and 6 1/2" tall.
No chips or cracks.
He is approx 12" tall and has pastel colored glaze accents.
The jar has some scrapes and a small ding on his left ear.
The lid has a few chips.
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.
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.
It is hand painted in enamel.
It is 9 1/2" tall from the bottom to the top of the handle.
The front is decorated with a singing green feathered yellow-breasted bird with Peonies.
The lid has a flowering branch with calligraphy.
The back of the jar is all calligraphy.
The handle came off and has been glued on. The handle has chips...
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.
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.
They are approx 3" long and have a turquoise colored enamel decoration in the center...
It is 12" in diameter and has a delicious red & white swirl pattern
The face of the plate has a small area of light scratches that can be seen upon close inspection.
The back is acid etched "Yalos Casa Murano".