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 approx 8 1/2" in length and approx 7" tall.
They are approx 5 1/2" long and have nice high handles.
They are light green with a hint of lavender and are decorated with hand painted pink flowers.
Marked Bavaria on the bottoms.
No chips or cracks.
No sugar bowl lid.
It is approx 8" tall.
Appears to be a beefsteak tomato.
The bottom has an impressed mark "1989 H&HD" "Mexico"
There is a flea bite chip at the tip of one of the stem leaves.
It is 37" X 60"
Beautiful embroidery & sequined detail.
Some stains with light thread & bead loss.
It is 5" tall.
They are 9" in diameter.
They are hand painted with one scene of a couple playing badminton.
The other scene is a man buying a flower for his lady.
They are gold gilded on the inner and outer edge.
The framed set includes a signed title page #3 which was used in the book.
The paperback book is signed by the artist Teddi Grover and Diane Iverson and has the previous book owner's name.
The framed measurement is 16 1/2" W x 18" L.
The delicious burger is 9 1/2" tall.
Pickles form the handle of the lid.
There is a tiny nick in the top of the rim of the jar that can't be seen unless the lid is off.
There is a tiny pinhead nick on the jar.
Overall great condition.
It is stamped OGGI Corporation U.S.A 1993 on the bottom of the jar.
They are 3 1/2" tall and have a glossy finish.
One has a grape pattern.
The other has a floral and vine pattern.
They are marked on the bottoms.
The grape and vine pattern candle holder has a metal shard in the base.
It is 4 1/2" tall.
There are four children listening to the storyteller.
Signed HR on the bottom.
The image is 10 1/2" x 7 1/2" & 11" x 14" matted.
Signed in pencil.
It is 5 1/2" tall.
Some paint wear.
Small flake chip to her nose, edge of papoose and side of girl's head.
The bottom is signed by Melesia Toya Jemez Pue, NM.
It is approx 6" tall and approx 8" at its widest point.
Hand painted feathers and geometric designs in reds, black and white.
Some paint scuffs.
It is 4 1/2" tall.
It is marked "OIL" on both sides of the bird.
I'm not sure what kind of bird this is.
There is a cork stopper on the back.
There is a tiny nick on the bottom edge of the base only seen if turned upside down.
The bottom has the impressed Goebel mark used form 1935-1949.
It is 12"W x 6 3/4"L.
The framed measurement is 15"L x 10"W.
It is of the University of South Carolina.
There are some air bubbles to the black border of the painting and some scratches to the silver frame.
It is 11 1/2"W x 6 1/2"L.
The framed measurement is 15"W x 9 1/2"L.
There are scratches to the silver frame.
They are 10' wide.