They are approx 4 1/2" in length.
Condition is mint in package.
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.
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.
It is 4 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" wide.
She has beautiful long hair and well detailed scales on her tail.
I believe she was part of an old fish bowl holder.
She is marked Verona Pat Pend on one side and 468 A on the other side.
She has a much darker patina than in the photos.
They are approx 3" long and have a turquoise colored enamel decoration in the center...
It is 1 1/4" in length and width.
It is freestanding so it can be worn as a pendant or set out for display.
It is 7 1/2" in diameter and 1 1/2" deep.
The bowl is decorated with a floral center design with a stick spatter green and burgundy triangles or rays.
The artist left a thumb print on the rim of the bowl.
There are some light glaze scratches on the inside of the bowl that don't affect the design. No chips or cracks.
There is light crazing only along front rim.
The bottom is stamped "NIMY" Made in Belgium.
They are 1" tall with a 2 1/4" rim.
They have hand painted blue and white porcelain on the outside and beautiful floral enameled decoration on the inside.
They are marked Kutani in blue and "Made in Japan" in red.
Momma bear is 1 3/4" tall and 2 1/2" long.
Baby bear is 1 1/4".
They are white porcelain with blue accents and hand painted details.
Unmarked. There is glue on the bottom from where the paper board once was,otherwise excellent condition.
It is 12" tall and is very colorful.
Marked Precious Moments on the bottom.
One side has a windmill scene decoration and the other side has a sail boat.
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.
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...
There are four 8 3/4" plates.
One 6" plate and one approx 3" with a 4" in diameter rim tea or coffee cup.
The plates have a slight orange peel texture to the front.
The bases have some fine kiln grit or fritting.
The rims of the set are very thin so there are a lot of small under the rim chips
on all the plates and some fleabites along the rim of the cup.
Acoma pottery Vase.
It is approx 7 1/2" tall with a 4 1/2" in diameter rim.
It has a polychrome geometric design around the base.
The top portion of the vase is corrugated all around.
This vessel is thick walled and is a little off center.
There is a hairline crack that extends 4" down from the rim which can only be seen upon close inspection.
There is a nick on the inside lip of the rim.
It is marked "Acoma NM" on the bottom.
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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.
Helen Luton Hafer was born in California on July 19, 1914.
Hafer was a painter of California landscapes, California Missions and still life works.
She died in San Clemente, California on May 18th, 2003.
This painting is special because you get 2 paintings in one...
It is 18 1/2" W x 23" L.
Hans Erni is a swiss painter and sculptor born in 1909 in Lucerne, Switzerland.
He is has been described as the "Swiss Picasso".
This print is an olive green color and has been mounted on paperboard.
It is signed in pencil by the artist and is number 74 of 120.
The matting is a little crumpled along the edges otherwise good condition.