This beautiful plate was manufactured by Johnson Brothers. The pattern is "Andarra", or "Andorra" and is characterized by a scalloped edge and the flow blue scrolls and flowers accented with gold trim. This plate measures 8 7/8" in diameter. It is marked on the back (see photo). It is in excellent condition with very minor wear to the gold, and minimal utensil marks.
This dinner plate was manufactured by Anchor Hocking as part of their popular Fire King line. The pattern is called "Alice". It is a beautiful jade green in color and has a floral rim. The color is much more green than it appears in the photo. This pattern was only manufactured from 1945-48. The plate measures 9" in diameter. It is marked on the back. There is a straw mark on the back, but otherwise it is in very nice condition with very minimal utensil marks.
These plates are manufactured by Wedgwood. The beautiful floral pattern with butterflies is called "Charnwood" and was manufactured between 1951 and 1987. We have 6 - 10.75" dinner plates ($30.00each), 5 - 8" salad plates ($12.50 each), 4 - 6" bread and butter plates ($7.00 each), 6 - 6" cereal bowl ($12.00 each) and 1 - 8" vegetable bowl ($50.00). All of the pieces are in excellent condition, with many still in the original plastic packaging.
This coffee pot was manufactured in England by Royal Worcester. It is labeled as crown ware and is a deep gold in color with fruits and foliage in the pattern. It measures about 9.25" high with the lid and is about 7.5" wide (across the handle and spout). There is crackling throughout the piece, but no actual damage.
This Precious Moments figurine was manufactured by Enesco. It was one of the original 21 figurines produced. It is number E-2010, and is called "We Have Seen His Star". It was designed in 1978 by Jonathon & David and has the hour glass mark. It measures 5" tall. It is in MINT condition with the original $17.00 price tag intact. It does NOT have a box.
This ramekin and underplate are beautifully hand-painted in shades of purple, and gray with highlights of gold. The ramekin has a scalloped edge which is trimmed in gold. The inside has purple flowers with white centers and leaves and drapes of gold. The outer edge of the ramekin has several hand-painted flowers. It measures 1.75" high, and has a diameter of 3 7/8" across the scalloped edge. The underplate has a diameter of 5.25"...
This is a pair of lovely cut glass stems which were manufactured by Hawkes. The pattern is called Delft Diamond. It has diamond cuts on the bowl and a round base. The stem has 6 circular cuts, then 6 more oval cuts on the "ball" between the stem and bowl. I believe they are called tall sherbet or champagne glasses. They measure just over 5" tall and have a 3.75" diameter at the rim. One of the glasses is marked with the acid etched "HAWKES" on the top of the foot...
This Calyx ware place setting was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. It is characterized by brown birds, white flowers and a celadon body. Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors depending on the thickness of the applied glaze and the type of clay to which it is applied. However, the most famous celadons range in color from a very pale green crackle to deep intense green. The color was believed to mimic the green shades of jade...
This is the LID ONLY for a vintage Shawnee cookie jar. Her name is Winnie the Pig. She is wearing a hat adorned with green clover leaves with pink buds, and has a green ruffled collar around her neck. This lid stands 6" tall and is 6" at the widest (across the collar). The wear on the base of the lid indicates her age - this is NOT a reproduction. There is no damage of any kind to this lid. A complete Shawnee Winnie the Pig Cookie Jar generally lists for a minimum of $350...
This set of glasses was presented to a United States Naval Captain by a Portuguese Naval Captain in 1954. Each is etched on the side with "Marinha de Guerra Portuguesa" as well as the Portuguese Navy seal surrounded by sprigs. They are footed shot glasses. Each has a 1.5" diameter at the rim and stands 2.25" tall. The glass tapers out slightly from the rim for about 5/8 inch, then tapers back in to the foot. This bottom taper has 10 flat panels (on the inside). The foot has a 1.5" diameter...
This wonderful cup and saucer were made in England by the Johnson Brothers. The pattern is called "Fish" and was only manufactured from 1955-1976. As the pattern name would indicate, the design shows various fish on a cream background. The cup measures 2.75" high and has a 3.25" diameter at the rim. The saucer measures 5.75" in diameter. The cup is marked "Made in England", while the saucer the Johnson Brothers mark (see photo). Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage.
This cup and saucer is in the "Harp" pattern. This pattern was made from 1954-57 by the Jeannette Glass Company. The line was marketed as an ideal set for entertaining small groups - in fact, it has been used at bridge parties for years. The entire line is limited to just 8 pieces. Up for sale are 5 cup and saucer sets...