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All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1970 item #987842 (stock #355)
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$975.00
Herend has been producing outstanding porcelain pieces since 1826. Each piece is kiln fired, then carefully hand decorated by one of 750 painters employed by the company. The skilled artisans are guided only by tiny dots of graphite applied through perforated forms. With multi-colored designs, multiple firings (between color applications) are often necessary to achieve the correct colors. A single piece may take weeks to perfect. This is a covered tureen in the Rothschild Bird pattern...
All Items : Figurines : Pre 2000 item #1034468 (stock #409)
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$900.00
This beautiful Catherine Parr figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is part of the "Wives of Henry VIII" collection. It was designed by Pauline Parsons and released in a limited edition of 9500 in 1992. The figurine stands 6.25" tall. It is in excellent condition with no damage. It comes in the original box.
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1970 item #987846 (stock #356)
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$850.00
Herend has been producing outstanding porcelain pieces since 1826. Each piece is kiln fired, then carefully hand decorated by one of 750 painters employed by the company. The skilled artisans are guided only by tiny dots of graphite applied through perforated forms. With multi-colored designs, multiple firings (between color applications) are often necessary to achieve the correct colors. A single piece may take weeks to perfect. This is the fish platter and insert in the Rothschild Bird pattern...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1940 item #788807 (stock #262)
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$695.00
This beautiful pitcher was produced by the Roseville Pottery Company. It is in the "fuchsia" or "fuschia" pattern which was only produced for a very short time in the late 1930's. It is green in color with green leaves, and brown and white flowers. The pitcher does have an ice lip on the spout. It measures 8 1/2" at the widest (across the handle and spout) and is 8" tall (at the highest point on the handle)...
All Items : Art : Paintings : Pre 1990 item #761977 (stock #251)
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$650.00
Red Skelton was born in 1913, the son of a circus clown. Skelton himself got one of his earliest tastes of show business with that same circus and decided to become an entertainer at age 9. Through all of his career, Red never forgot his roots, and always seemed to fall back to the familiar -the clown. He decided to try his hand at art at an early age painting a variety of subjects...
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 2000 item #1034471 (stock #410)
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$625.00
This beautiful figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is titled "Lise" and was designed by V. Annand. Lise is part of a collection inspired by the paintings of Renoir. She was released in 1994 in a limited edition of 7,500. She is #488 of 7500 (see photos). Lise measures 8.5" high and is in excellent condition with no damage. She comes in the original box.
All Items : Figurines : Hummel : Pre 1950 item #980956 (stock #351)
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$495.00
This wonderful figurine was manufactured by M.I. Hummel. Today, t is officially called "Whitsuntide", but has also been referred to as "Christmas" and as "Happy New Year". It depicts children in a clock tower playing trumpets, while an angel looks on from below. Whitsuntide was originally modeled in 1946 by master sculptor Arthur Moeller. This is the rare early version, with TMK 1 (the crown mark) which dates its production somewhere between 1946 to 1949. It is incised with mold number 163...
All Items : Holiday : Christmas : Pre 1970 item #988138 (stock #361)
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$495.00
In 1934, Richard Glasser,from Erzgebirge Seiffen, began creating vintage wooden Christmas products. The production was based on traditional Seiffen wood turned figurines and ornaments. Glasser often used miners, and angels in his designs, as well as figures he crafted from famous Christmas stories, and fairy tales...
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1980 item #987847 (stock #357)
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$450.00
Herend has been producing outstanding porcelain pieces since 1826. Each piece is kiln fired, then carefully hand decorated by one of 750 painters employed by the company. The skilled artisans are guided only by tiny dots of graphite applied through perforated forms. With multi-colored designs, multiple firings (between color applications) are often necessary to achieve the correct colors. A single piece may take weeks to perfect...
All Items : Jewelry : Necklaces : Pre 1960 item #922628 (stock #322)
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$425.00
This beautiful squash blossom necklace is made of turquoise stones set in sterling silver. I believe that it is all handmade. The beads are hollow and are joined together with a seam in the middle. It measures 26" in total length (circumference). There are 12 squash blossoms set on a double strand of silver beads. Each blossom has a central oval stone surrounded by 7 smaller, more round stones. The naja measures 2" tall by 1.75" wide. At the top of the naja there is a feature very similar to...
All Items : Art Glass : Pre 1940 item #1109258 (stock #432)
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$425.00
This is a an absolutely beautiful centerpiece bowl designed by Frederick Carder and manufactured by Steuben Glass Works around 1932. The pattern is called "Grotesque" and is number 7537. This pattern is characterized by a ruffled, flared rim and vertical ribbing up each of the 4 sides. It is clear leaded glass. It measures 12.5" long, 7" wide and is just over 6" tall. It is signed on the base with a script signature. The bowl is in excellent condition. The bottom of the base has scratching...
All Items : Figurines : Royal Doulton : Pre 2000 item #1034477 (stock #411)
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$415.00
This beautiful figurine was manufactured by Royal Doulton. It is called "Bedtime Story". It was designed by Leslie Harradine and produced from 1950-1996. It measures 4.75" high. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1045577 (stock #414)
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$395.00
This terrific spice set was imported by Holt Howard in 1959. It is in the popular Cozy Kitten line. It consists of 1 large garlic salt kitten head, and 3 small kitten heads for paprika, nutmeg and cinnamon. The set also comes with the original wall hanger and corks. When assembled, the set measures 11" long. It is marked (see pictures) and is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Pre 1910 item #530706 (stock #138)
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$395.00
This amazing syrup was manufactured by Model Flint Glass Works of Albany Indiana. The design is attributed to John F. Miller. According to "Victorian Colored Pattern Glass" by Heacock and Gamble it was only produced between 1901 and 1902 in a very limited quantity. The pattern is called collared reverse swirl. From the handle on down to the bottom of the syrup, there are 1/2" bands or ribs that angle down and to the right. The opalescent strips swirl in the reverse direction of those bands....
All Items : Animals : Pre 1990 item #1017057 (stock #396)
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$395.00
This beautiful signed print is by Larry Hayden. I believe it is called "Mallards" and it is number 12170 of 16500 prints created. It is a larger version of the 1981 Texas State Waterfowl Stamp issued by the Texas Park and Wildlife Dept. 1981 is the first year Texas issued Waterfowl stamps. An official, unused stamp (#215223) is also included. The print and stamp are in excellent condition. They were professionally framed by Old World Gallery. The print is hand signed and numbered in penci...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Cambridge : Pre 1960 item #758151 (stock #247)
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$350.00
The Cambridge Glass Company was in business from 1901 to 1958. They primarily made beautiful crystal dinnerware, and were the largest manufacturer of this type of glass in the 1920's and 30's. Early in the 1930's they began producing the "chantilly" pattern. This pattern was characterized by a delicate floral and scroll motif which was etched into the crystal. This pitcher is considered to be a rare item. It can be found in the "Very Rare Glassware of the Depression Years" Sixth Series book...
All Items : China : American : Pre 1960 item #972897 (stock #347)
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$350.00
Although the Little Red Riding Hood line (1943-1957) is attributed to the A E Hull Pottery Company, most of the the line was actually produced by Regal China. Hull developed and patented the idea, then sent many of the white ware items to Regal for decoration. Pieces in the line were apparently marked with different marks, depending on the manufacturer. This butter dish is marked with the "Pat. Des. No. 135889" mark (see photo). It measures 6 3/4" long, 4 3/4" wide and 6" high. The gold on t...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Vases : Pre 1960 item #660943 (stock #216)
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$325.00
This 4-fluted vase was made by The Rookwood Pottery Company. The Company was operational from 1879-1967. This piece was made in 1950, as indicated by the "L" under the Rookwood mark on the base. It is very unique in both shape and color. The shape is bulbous at the bottom, then sort of pinched at the top to form 4 flutes. The glaze is beautiful. It is a mix of black, brown, gray and white on the exterior. The glaze was allowed to just run down the sides of the vase. The interior of the v...
 
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