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All Items : Kitchen : Pre 1970 item #1147947 (stock #466)
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$175.00
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...
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #1047546 (stock #416)
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$175.00
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.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Tea Room : Pre 1940 item #999437 (stock #372)
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$175.00
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...
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1970 item #851352 (stock #285)
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$175.00
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.
All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #851365 (stock #286)
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$175.00
This is an actual store display for Presto cookers and canners. It was manufactured by National Presto Industries, Inc, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and distributed by the Allison-Erwin Company of Charlotte, North Carolina. This case was originally sold to F.E. Biggerstaff of Bostic N.C., as there is a brochure addressed to Biggerstaff dated January 4, 1955 which includes the parts prices for that year...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Weller : Pre 1930 item #537571 (stock #152)
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$175.00
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...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1940 item #1087238 (stock #425)
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$169.00
The "Mayfair" (or "open rose") depression glass pattern was manufactured by the Hocking Glass Company between 1931 - 1937. This is a decanter with the original stopper. It stands about 10.5" high and holds 32 ounces. We have 2 available - both pink. They are both in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Pattern : Pre 1900 item #689190 (stock #227)
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$165.00
This beautiful pitcher/creamer is a wonderful example of early American pattern glass. It was made sometime between 1885 and 1890 by Bryce, Walker and Co. The pattern is called "Panelled Honeycomb". It stands just over 6 1/2" tall and is 6" at it's widest (including handle and spout). The footed base is octagonal in shape, with 4 of the 8 sections slightly shorter than the other 4. There are 4 raised "honeycomed" sections which appear to be frosted or etched with an orange peal texture...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Weller : Pre 1940 item #1098430 (stock #429)
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$150.00
This is a beautiful jardiniere by Weller. It has a squirrel and acorn motif with leaves, nuts and branches all around the 2 squirrels. It is in a blended high gloss glaze of browns, and greens. This design is often seen in the Clinton Ivory line, but is much rarer in the blended glaze finish. The Jardiniere measures nearly 9" in diameter and is about 7.25 " high. The jardiniere has a tight hairline (see photo), but rings well...
All Items : Banks : Pre 1960 item #1147740 (stock #445)
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$150.00
This is an adorable cartoon type cat and mouse bank. While it is often attributed to Holt Howard, it was actually manufactured in the 1950's by Lego. It is in the shape of a red and yellow drum. On top of the drum sits a cat who is holding a mouse by the tail. Inside of the drum sits another mouse. The piece is all ceramic with plastic separating the top and bottom of the drum...
All Items : Toys and Games : Horses and Horse Drawn Vehicles : Pre 1960 item #957297 (stock #340)
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$150.00
This is an authentic Western Town set manufactured in the 1950's by the C and B Company of Hollywood California. It contains "realistic scale models in third dimension of a typical western street scene". There are 93 ready cut, ready formed pieces, which assemble to form 31 completed units (ranch house, corral, barn, Sheriff's office, Express Co and Bank, hotel and music hall, general store, stage coach and wagon with wheels that really roll and cowboys and horses in action). The buildings st...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1910 item #786739 (stock #257)
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$150.00
This amazing pouch was made by Native Americans, most likely the Iroquois. The front of the pouch is made of a tan, heavy cotton material, with brown and green beads applied in a floral design. All of the beadwork is hand stitched and original. The back of the pouch is a pink satin type material. Hand stitching connects the front to the back. The pouch still contains the original papoose. "1909" is beaded on the bottom of the pouch, leading me to believe it may have originally been sold as ...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1930 item #563900 (stock #176)
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$150.00
John Peters and Adam Reed were both employed by the Weller Pottery Company in 1898 when they decided to start their own pottery company. Over the next 22 years, many lines were created including their first successful art pottery line which had a dark brown "Standard Glaze" background with a small amount of molded and applied decorations including flowers, grapes, and portraits. A great many of the shapes in this line have been proven to be Weller molds. Consequently, some attribute this lin...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1930 item #563901 (stock #177)
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$150.00
John Peters and Adam Reed were both employed by the Weller Pottery Company in 1898 when they decided to start their own pottery company. Over the next 22 years, many lines were created including their first successful art pottery line which had a dark brown "Standard Glaze" background with a small amount of molded and applied decorations including flowers, grapes, and portraits. A great many of the shapes in this line have been proven to be Weller molds. Consequently, some attribute this lin...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Roseville : Pre 1920 item #660262 (stock #215)
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$145.00
This cereal bowl was made by the Roseville Pottery Company. It is in the "Juvenile" pattern which was made around 1920. The Juvenile pattern depicts many different characters and figures. This bowl has the Sunbonnet girl. It is a rimmed bowl, with a 1/4" red band around the rim. Inside the bowl, there are 3 Sunbonnet girl figures. In each case the girl is wearing a blue dress and yellow bonnet. There is a thin black line 1 3/8" from the bottom of the bowl on the inside, and another thin b...
All Items : Silver : Pre 1900 item #503729 (stock #95)
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$145.00
This amazing wedding or bride's basket dates back to 1893. It was made by William Rogers, Hartford Connecticut, and is marked with pattern number 975. It is engraved "Compliments of Theta Delta Chi (with emblem), Tau Deuteron, Jan 23, 1893" on the inside of the basket. This chapter of the fraternity is no longer in existence, and we are not sure which college this basket originated from. It is in excellent condition with beautiful patina. There is an ornate scroll pattern around the edge of...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1980 item #1024547 (stock #401)
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$145.00
This dealer sign was manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. It reads "Handmade Imperial, USA" and "Candlewick Crystal". Imperial made the Candlewick pattern from 1936-1984. This dealer sign is pink in color - whereas most candlewick pieces are crystal. It measures 5.25" wide, 3.75" high and has a 1-3/8" foot on the back which allows the sign to stand up. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1990 item #1024551 (stock #402)
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$125.00
This wonderful crystal paperweight is in the shape of a hedgehog. The eyes and quills are etched in the glass. It was designed by Vicke Lindstrand and manufactured in Sweden by Kosta. It is signed " Kosta 98229" on the base. It measures 2.75" long 2.25" wide and is 2" tall. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
 
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