It is approx 8 1/4" in diameter.
Iridescent hravest gold color.
No chips or cracks.
It is Blue w/purple iridescent and is 10" in diameter.
It is 9" in diameter
Possibly Jeannette glass?
Not the best quality glass, some light scratches
It is approx 14 1/2" long
There are eight 8" in diameter plates in a fruit motif
The cherry plate has some chips along the bottom edge of the rim.
Some of the other plates have some tiny dings along the bottom edge of the rim, not bad though.
They are marked on the back "ITALY" 06113 PV
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.
It is 7 1/2" tall and has a face of an old man eating a cookie.
The inside of the jar behind the face has a hairline crack that might have occurred in the firing process.
Hairline crack can't be seen from the outside.
It has a cork lid.
The bottom is signed by the Artist.
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...
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.
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.