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All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #752122 (stock #244)
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$325.00
This pair of Spaniels was made in the Staffordshire district of England. A great number of potteries have made Staffordshire their home since the early eighteenth century. These potteries created figurines which were often made in pairs that mirrored one another; dogs were a favorite. The figurines were most often only decorated on the front as they were meant to be displayed against a wall (sometimes called "flat backs"). Each dog in this pair measures 6" wide, 2.25" deep and stands 7" tall...
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...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1980 item #1024544 (stock #400)
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$295.00
This candle holder and eagle adapter were manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. The pattern is called "candlewick" and was manufactured from 1936 - 1984. This eagle adapter is a fairly rare piece. It measures 5.5" tall and is 5" wide. The candle holder is 3.5" tall and 4.25" in diameter (at the widest). The eagle was made as a place holder, and is placed in the candle holder where the candle would normally sit. Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage of any kind.
All Items : Dinnerware : Fiesta : Pre 1980 item #742459 (stock #240)
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$295.00
"Vintage" Fiesta dinnerware was produced by the Homer Laughlin China Company in West Virginia, from 1936 until 1973. Over 50 pieces were originally made in 11 different colors. The design (by Frederick Rhead) is characterized by a simple band of rings, generally found at the rim of the piece. This relish tray consists of 6 pieces - a light green center insert, 2 ivory side inserts, 1 red side insert, 1 yellow side insert, and a red tray base...
All Items : Women's Vanity : Pre 1920 item #914587 (stock #315)
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$295.00
This beautiful dresser set consists of a vanity tray, pin tray, hair receiver, powder jar, perfume, and a pair of candleholders. It is blue and white in color, and is hand painted with blue and white flowers with green and brown leaves. Each piece is also adorned in gold. The vanity tray is oval in shape and measures 12" by 8" - it is marked Vienna Austria. The oval pin tray measures 6" by 4" - it is marked M.Z. Austria. The candlesticks are 4.25" high - they are marked P.L. Limoges, France...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1045581 (stock #415)
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$295.00
This is a set of 4" towel hooks from Holt Howard. They were manufactured in 1959, and are in the highly collectible pixie line. They are a great way to hang your kitchen towels or pot holders. They are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : China : German : Rosenthal : Pre 1910 item #691131 (stock #230)
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$295.00
This beautiful tea set was made by Thomas Marktredwitz some time between 1905 and 1908. To give you a bit of history on the company I am citing a web source called porcelainmarksandmore.com "In 1898 the first porcelain factory opened in the town of Marktredwitz and was known under the name of 'Porzellanfabrik Jaeger, Thomas & Co.' In 1903, Thomas decided to leave his partners and open his own factory. Based on the ideas Thomas introduced, success was nearly instantaneous for the new company...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1910 item #940583 (stock #334)
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$275.00
This terrific bowl was manufactured by the Cambridge Art Pottery Co. The Company was in was in business from 1900 to 1909 in Cambridge Ohio where they produced artware, vases, jardinieres, dinnerware and other clay specialties. For a very brief period in 1907 they produced a line called "Otoe" which was characterized by a matte green glaze. This bowl is very much from the arts & crafts period with its geometric design. It is marked "OTOE" on the base. The base also bears the numbers 702 and 7...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fenton : Pre 1990 item #537561 (stock #151)
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$275.00
This striking vase was designed by master sandcarver Michael Yates of the Fenton Glass Company. It is a limited edition - number 108 of 850...
All Items : Advertising : Pre 1900 item #1014066 (stock #384)
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$250.00
In 1865, John and Charles Arbuckle patented a process for roasting and coating coffee beans. Their coffee became an instant success not only because of the quality of the product, but because of their ingenious marketing strategies. First, each bag of their coffee contained a peppermint stick. Next, the Arbuckle Brothers printed coupons on the back of the bags. These coupons could be redeemed for all types of items ranging from razors to wedding rings. In the late 19th century, the Arbuckle...
All Items : China : French : Pre 1910 item #1157623 (stock #468)
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$250.00
This is a beautiful majolica plate with a rabbit design. It was manufactured in France by Choisy Le Roi. There were actually 6 different plate designs manufactured. Most were made for Higgins & Seiter of New York. The design was patented in 1900. This particular plate has 2 rabbits. They appear to be running. The closer one has his ears down against his back. The other rabbit has his ears more upright and is looking back. They appear to be in a field or garden. The plate has 6 flat edg...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1970 item #1154284 (stock #467)
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$250.00
In the 1960's the Enesco importing company began marketing a line of kitchen novelties that they called “Mother in the Kitchen.” Today, they are better known as "Prayer Ladies.” Each piece has a woman wearing a long white apron with a prayer on it. Her hands are pressed together, and her head is slightly lowered with eyes closed, signifying that she is praying. The woman always has a bun in her brown hair, and is typically wearing a pink dress. You can also find these lovely ladies in...
All Items : China : English : Spode : Pre 1980 item #982552 (stock #352)
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$249.00
This tureen mas made by Spode-Copeland of England. The pattern, called "Blue Flowers", was produced from 1966 - 1977, and is characterized by blue and yellow flowers on a white background. This is a covered tureen - I believe they call it a covered vegetable tureen. It is footed, but does not have to tall pedestal type base. It measures about 9.25" in diameter at the widest, and is just over 8.5" tall (to the top of the finial). The ladle does not have any pattern on it. All 3 pieces are i...
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1980 item #1147739 (stock #444)
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$240.00
This is a set of 6 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. They are either wine or sherry glasses. They measure just over 5.375" tall and have a 2.375" diameter at the rim. All 6 of the glasses are marked with the acid etched "HAWKES" on the top of the foot. They are all in excellent condition with n...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : H.C. Fry : Pre 1930 item #907214 (stock #308)
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$240.00
FOVAL (which derived its name from Fry OVenglass Art Line) was produced by the H.C. Fry Glass Co. of Rochester, Pennsylvania. The beautiful "pearl" blue was achieved by using aluminum oxide - differing the amount of aluminum oxide allowed for varied opacity. Some FOVAL items were trimmed with green or blue details. All Fry Art Glass pieces were hand blown and fire polished, with the pontils polished out. This was a very costly process, which is most likely why the FOVAL line was produced for...
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1950 item #913755 (stock #312)
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$225.00
Satsuma is a Japanese porcelain, first produced in the early 17th century. It is characterized as having "a crackle glaze and overglaze polychrome enameling and gilding". Satsuma pieces are often adorned with images of ancient wise men or immortals - men who were of such greatness that they were unable to die. These immortals are viewed as images of good luck. This tea set has 5 immortals and a geisha. It consists of 6 plates, 5 cups, 6 saucers, sugar (with lid), creamer, and teapot. Each c...
All Items : Ethnic : African American : Pre 1960 item #919338 (stock #320)
King's Collectibles
$225.00
This recipe box was manufactured by Fosta Products in the 1950's. It is red hard plastic with a large mammy or Aunt Jemima face on the front, and the word "recipes" written on the top in black block letters. It measures 3.5" high, 5.25" long and 3" wide. It is completely FULL of recipes (probably from the same era). It is in very good condition. There top of the lid is slightly faded in color, and the letters "p" and "e" (in recipe) are partly worn. There are normal scratches on the bottom f...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1960 item #996132 (stock #368)
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$225.00
This cologne or perfume bottle was manufactured by the Fostoria Glass Company. I would describe the color as apricot or peach (it is much lighter than Fostoria's amber color), with hand painted flowers on one side. The bottle has a 2-1/8" square base and measures 4-1/2" tall. The stopper is nearly a cube with 1" sides. The cologne stands 5-3/4" with stopper. Both cologne bottles are in excellent condition, with no apparent damage. The hand painted flowers are showing wear on both pieces. Bo...
 
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