They are approx 1" in length and made of enameled lightweight silver toned metal.
Marked Bedard for Acme Studios on the back.
The image is 10 1/2" x 7 1/2" & 11" x 14" matted.
Signed in pencil.
It is approx 1 5/8" tall.
There is a yellow ducky, a blue butterfly and a pink bear.
Gold tone over pewter.
It is marked on the inside G&J 1986 Martin USA Pewter.
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 8" tall with an orange, green and beige glaze.
There are some areas of crazing.
No chips or cracks.
Marked 413-20 W.Germany on the bottom.
The title is "Harry I think the new neighbors have cats!"
Very colorful and nicely framed with plexiglass and bordered in blue matting.
The image size is 22 1/2" W x 11" L.
The framed measurement is 18 1/2" W x 30" L.
It is signed in pencil.
Some chips to the edges of the black frame.
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.
The cream colored metal base is 6 1/4" tall.
The shade is approx 13 1/2" in diameter.
It is approx 12 1/2" from the base to the top of the shade.
No dents to the base, but there is an area of rust on the inside and edge of the base.
Fleabite paint loss on the back bottom edge of the base.
The shade needs some light cleaning.
It is unmarked.
Great working condition!
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.