This basket was manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. It is in the popular Candlewick pattern which was made from 1936-1984. This is the hard-to-find large sized basket. It measures 12" long 9.75" wide (at the widest spot) and is about 8.25" tall with the applied handle. It is in excellent condition with no damage or marks.
These beautiful candlesticks were made by the Roseville Pottery Company. Since records were not meticulously taken early on, and most of the early pieces of Roseville were not marked, little seems to be known about these candlesticks. They can be found in most Roseville Pottery books. They are called "Decorated and Gold Traced", and are said to have been produced before 1916. They are considered rare...
This is a stunning epergne manufactured by the Fenton Glass Company. The pattern is called Diamond Lace. It is an ice blue in color with an opalescent finish. It was only manufactured from 1949-54. This epergne has 3 removable tulip shaped vases that fit snugly into holes in the base of the bowl. The bowl measures 10.25" in diameter and is 3.75" high. It has a double crimped edge. Each vase is about 8.5" long...
Rabbit's Food was designed by sculptor Vincente Martinez and issued in 1972. After a 22 year run, the mold was retired in 1994. This figurine bears the cobalt "Lladro, Hand Made in Spain" mark on the base. It depicts a young woman feeding a rabbit from her apron. It stands 9" tall and is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind.
This amazing stick handled demitasse coffee pot was made by Fiesta. The company discontinued this piece in 1944, so it is becoming increasingly difficult to find. It was only produced in red, cobalt, ivory, yellow, lt. green and turquoise. This example is in cobalt. It measures 6 1/4" tall, and has a 3 1/4" diameter at the opening. Unfortunately it has no lid. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. This coffee pot lists for $610 (with lid, of course)
This rare vase was made ca 1950 by Fenton for Weil Ceramics and was not part of the regular Fenton line. All Fenton Aqua Crest pieces are considered "hard to find items" as there was a very limited production date, but this piece is considered rare. It is the largest piece of Aqua Crest I have ever seen - standing 11 inches tall and measuring a full 8 inches across the pale blue double crimped top. It is unmarked, and in excellent condition.
This figurine is called "Fair Lady". It was modelled by Peggy Davies and manufactured by Royal Doulton of England. It is numbered HN 2835. She is wearing a peach dress with multicolored sleeves. She has a green bow in her hair, and holds a large hat with a green ribbon. The figurine does bear the Royal Doulton label on the base, as well as a label stating "Royal Doulton Tableware Limited 1962". It stands about 7.75" high and is in excellent condition.
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...
This vase was made by the Indiana Glass Company. The pattern is called "Tea Room" and was only made from 1926-1931. Tea Room was only made in 4 colors (green, pink, crystal and amber). This vase is pink. It measures 10.75" high and is considered to be "straight" - Indiana Glass also made a similar vase that flared at the top. This vase is in great condition! There are straw marks in the glass, which are typical of glass this age...
This wonder pig was manufactured in 1958 and imported by Holt Howard. It is a desk organizer with a place for your pens and pencils as well as a memo pad. It is in excellent condition. There are pen marks on the inside indicating someone actually used it to hold writing utensils. It measures 6.75" long and is 3.5" tall.
The Weller Pottery Company was in business from 1882 until 1948. During this time they created several popular artist ware lines, one of which was Hudson. Hudson was the last of the artist ware lines created by Weller, and one of the most sought after by collectors. It was first made in the early 1920's and is a semimatt glazed ware. It is characterized by beautiful artist decorations such as flowers, animals, birds and scenics...
This beautiful decanter was manufactured by Baccarat. I believe the pattern is called "Tallyrand" and was made from 1937 to 1970. This decanter has the cut glass stopper. It measures 9 1/8" with stopper and is 4 3/4" in diameter at the base. It is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. It is marked on the base.