Probably dating to the 1950's or so, this happy pink elephant carries the salt & pepper and oil & vinegar for your dining table. It is hand painted, made in Japan, and was produced by Thames China. In fact, it still retains it's original foil label on the belly of the elephant.
The shakers are marked with an S & P while the cruets have an O & V to distinguish their contents...
The base of the candle holders are approximately 5" in diameter and the overall height is about 4". Both are in excellent condition...free of any chips, nicks, cracks or discoloration.
These pieces are versatile and could conceivably be turned upside down and used as comports as well.
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Cambridge made this particular style of relish dish in two different sizes. This is the #3900/125, the smaller of the two, and it showcases the lovely Chantilly etching.
With its scrolled handles and footed base, this little jewel is 9 1/2" in length across the handles, 5 3/4" in width at the center and 1 5/8" in height at the rim...
Quantity Available: One (1)
Item Description: Relish 2 Part
Size: 9 inches long, 6 inches wide
Color: Opalescent Blue
Period Made: 1954-1958
Item Condition: This relish dish is in excellent condition with no chip, nics cracks, stains or cloudiness.
Category: Elegant Collectible Glass
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Both pieces were designed by sculptor Julio Fernandez and are hallmarked as shown. This particular hallmark was used from 1977 to 1984 and will date the figurines to that time frame.
Duck Flying, or Pato Rasante, is item #01001264. He is approximately 6 1/4" long, 6 5/8" across the wings and 3" in height...
Ivory / cream in color, each set consists of a two~handled bouillon or soup cup, matching liner or saucer, and matching lid with rosebud finial. Each piece is embellished with a basket~weave styled texturing and rich, gold highlights.
The cups and saucers are hallmarked as shown and all pieces are free of any chips, nicks or cracks...
Pale pink in color, the swirled, blown glass is highlighted with silver and gold flecks of mica. The lid finial is a crystal "bud" with three pale green leaves.
This piece is approximately 6" in diameter and 5 3/4" in height with the lid seated. Very cool and different!
Produced from 1935 to 1953, Rose Point is Cambridge's most popular etched pattern. This comport is approximately 8" at the highest point, 8 3/4" across the handles and 7 1/2" in diameter. It is in excellent condition and a "must have" for your collection.
I believe that this pattern was originally introduced in the late 40's and is very popular with collectors today.
Stylized, etched and frosted wings adorn the bowl while the heavenly face of an angel is molded into the stem...
Crystal clear and in excellent condition, this is the large version of this dish, measuring approximately 12" in length and about 9 1/8" at the highest point. Makes a great centerpiece!
The set consists of seven pieces...the pot and lid, which measure approximately 9 1/4" in height with the lid seated, and 6 handled cups which are approximately 2 3/4" in height. All of the pieces are in VERY good condition, only a couple of cups with a bit of roughness on the rims.