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.
It is 7" tall.
Hand painted polychrome bear and geometric decorations.
The bottom is signed Acoma N.M. R Malie.
It is 10" in diameter and approx 2" tall.
I believe it's woven sweetgrass.
The tag that came with the basket states the origin of the basket to be from Maine by the Micmac or other tribe (cant make out the name).
Similar looking basket online was made from the Wanabaki or Penobscot tribe.
Some color fading to the basket otherwise great condition.
Possibly a sewing basket.
There is a silver painted number on the bottom of the basket.
She is 9 1/2 tall and made of fabric with a faceless wooden head.
There is some yellowing to the white fabric, otherwise great condition.
The print is approx 12" x 15"
The framed measurement is approx 22" x 26"
It is framed under glass.
The frame is made out of a dark reddish wood
It is hand signed in pencil by the artist
There are some dings to the frame
COA is affixed to the back of the frame
It is 7" tall.
The advertisement states "The Curlique will curl the straightest hair on the first application,
(without injury) in soft, luxuriant, beautiful flowing curls.
Prof. B.H. Robb, Parkman, Ohio.
Marked Made in England on the bottom and has an empressed J on the side.
The framed measurement is 17" L x 13 1/2" W.
The image is of a prunus domestica or common plum.
It is printed on old paper. You can see the indent from the engraving plate.
Most of the image is watercolored.
It is adorned with a beautiful embossed floral art nouveau wood frame.
The back of the print has some old masking tape residue at the top...
She is 10" tall.
Good condition, a few paint chips.
He is 13" tall and is wearing a blue sweater.
From what I've researched this cookie jar was given to avon's district managers.
Avon reps received the red sweater cookie jar.
There are 2 small chips on the back of the jar.
It is 9 1/2".
It is light green and is decorated with transferware roses with hand painted highlights.
The edges have gold trim.
The bottom is stamped "Christmas Rose" and there are some handwritten & ink stamped numbers.
The ink makers mark is smudged and is illegible.
No chips or cracks.
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.
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.
It is 7 1/2" tall.
Marked "Beswick England" on the bottom with a green number 9 or 6.
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.
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 flea bite nicks along the rim of the cup.
It is 4 1/2" x 7".
One side has a windmill scene decoration and the other side has a sail boat.
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.
It is 12 1/2" in diameter.
There is a small ding on the bottom rim.
Light staining on the front.
There is crazing.
Stamped Portugal on the bottom.