There are 2 pigs, 2 cows, 2 chickens & 2 geese decorating the jar with an impressed chicken wire design.
The lid has an egg handle.
No chips, cracks or crazing.
Stamped on the bottom Laurie Gates 99
It is approx 5 3/4" tall
Fenton mark on the inside of the bell
It is approx 14 1/2" long
It is 8" tall.
There is a made in Hong Kong sticker on the bottom.
Style: Fashion, Beaded, Multi-Strand
Closure Style: Lobster Claw Clasp
Decorative Accents: Beaded
Product Dimensions: Length: 17.0 "
Chain's Extended Length: 3.5 "
Material: Metal, Wood and Plastic
Care and Cleaning: Wipe Clean With a Damp Cloth
It is approx 1 1/2" wide and is made of knotted gold tone elastic.
There are large, medium and small buttons.
Most are metal, some are plastic and some are metal w/shiny accents.
Some are in sets of 2, 3 & 4.
There are some interesting military buttons.
One of the buttons with the eagle is marked "Extra Quality" on the back.
The Mola is approx 13 3/4" x 18".
The Kunas live on the San Blas Islands and on the Darien peninsula in Kuna Yala
Kuna women make and wear blouses decorated with appliqued cloth, reverse appliqued cloth and embroidery.
The blouses, and their decorative front and rear panels, are referred to as molas.
The best molas are amazing works of textile folk art – on par with great quilts from America or Asafo flags from Ghana...
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.
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.
They are approx 5 1/2" tall and very cute.
They have their original rubber corks.
The salt shaker is marked Twin Winton Calif on the bottom.
The rubber cork on the salt shaker is brittle and will need to be replaced.
Part of the cork has crumbled off otherwise the shakers are in great condition.
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 54"L x 36 1/2" W.
There are twelve 7 1/2" x 7 1/2" embroidered squares with a blue border.
There are squares of Families, Children, Cats, Chicks, a Leprechaun, Service Station, Fawn and a Puppy.
Each square has the name of the embroiderer on it.
There are a few stains. No tears or rips.
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 6 1/2" tall.
It has the initials RH on the front of his hat.
There is a tiny nick at the rim of the base.
Marked Japan on the bottom.
It is 2 3/4" tall & 8" in diameter.
There are 8 raised ridges on the inside of the bowl.
No chips. There is a crackle iridescent finish.
Glows under black light.
Unmarked, possibly manufactured by Tiffin Glass Co.
The Compote is 10" in diameter and approx 5 1/2" tall.
The bowl has a few light scratches. Minimal bubbles.
The Candlestick is approx 9 1/2" tall.
There is a straw mark in the base of the Candlestick and minimal bubbles.
The edges have and etched pattern.
It is 14" tall and is decorated in blue and purple flowers and a butterfly.
Unmarked. Possibly Los Angeles Pottery Co or N.S Gustin.
No chips or cracks.
The bottom of the jar & lid are marked 10-Y.
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.