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All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #1157632 (stock #470)
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$95.00
This lovely plate and syrup dispenser were manufactured by Crown Ducal. Crown Ducal is the name used on many pieces that were actually manufactured by A.G. Richardson and Co, England, and has been around since 1916. They are best known for their chintz patterns. This is an excellent example of their work. The chintz pattern here is actually called "Ascot" and appears to be a transfer pattern. The plate has a more white base than the syrup...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : L. E. Smith : Pre 1970 item #911252 (stock #310)
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$95.00
This "Cool'r" was made by the L. E. Smith Glass Company. L. E. Smith has been making glass wares since 1907. This cool'r was made to store your drinks in the refrigerator. It is clear/crystal in color and has a wave pattern to it. The lid is clear with no pattern. It has never been used. It comes in the original box, with the spout still in the original packaging. It measures 12" long, 6" wide and 5.5" tall. It is in excellent condition with the box showing minimal wear.
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #923562 (stock #324)
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$95.00
This nice teapot was manufactured by Meissen. It is in the Blue Onion pattern with amazing cobalt flowers and vines. It is actually quite small, measuring just 4 7/8" tall (at it's highest point), and 7" across (including handle and spout). I believe it is called a "mini teapot". It is marked with the crossed sword Meissen mark (see photo). There is no damage of any kind - other than the fact that the lid is not the correct lid for the Blue Onion pattern.
All Items : Glassware : Carnival : Pre 1960 item #1017121 (stock #398)
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$95.00
This is the base /stand for a punch bowl. It was manufactured by Northwood starting around 1910 and is in the carnival Grape and Cable pattern. It is amethyst in color with wonderful shades of green, purple and gold. It measures 6.25" in diameter at the base, 4.5" in diameter at the top, and stands 5.25" tall. It is in excellent condition with no damage, but there is a manufacturer's flaw (see photo). It is marked with the Northwood mark.
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1146397 (stock #441)
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$95.00
This is a wonderful ceramic child's warming and feeding dish. It was manufactured in 1958 and is marked "Holt Howard". It has a dog shape - and actually looks a lot like Lady from Lady and the Tramp. The dish has a hollow center and a hole where the dog's tail should be. In order to keep the food warm, you would pour hot water in the hole and cork it shut. The cork is missing. There is also some crackling - especially on the tray area. Otherwise, this dish is in great shape...
All Items : China : English : Pre 1970 item #523208 (stock #118)
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$95.00
This beautiful tureen was made by Burgess & Leigh in Burslem, England. I do not know the name of the pattern, but it is spectacular! The colors in the transfer pattern are amazing. There are gray borders with gold flowers, cobalt borders with gold and white geometric shapes, arches made of blue and burgundy flowers and green leaves, and a variety of fleur de lis shapes of white, gray, cobalt and burgundy colors. The tureen also has hand painted gold highlights...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #606993 (stock #188)
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$95.00
This Calyx ware coffee pot was manufactured by Adams (a member of the Wedgwood Group) between 1970 and 1979. The pattern 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...
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1990 item #1151384 (stock #461)
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$95.00
This beautiful bud vase was manufactured by Tiffany and Company. It measures about 9.5" high and has a 2.5" diameter at the rim. It is in excellent condition and is signed on the base.
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1960 item #1017044 (stock #395)
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$90.00
This set of water goblets was manufactured by Fostoria. The pattern is called "Minuet" and was only produced from 1950-1959. Each goblet measures 5.5" tall. All 6 are in excellent condition. The price is for the set.
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1960 item #988202 (stock #365)
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$90.00
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, and were most likely used as barware. This set is pink in color. Each has a 2.375" diameter at the rim and stands 3.5" tall. The glass tapers out slightly from the rim for about 3/4 inch, then tapers back in to the foot...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Hull : Pre 1960 item #826062 (stock #274)
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$80.00
This beautiful wall pocket was made by the Hull Pottery Company in the early 1950's. It is in the Sun Glow pattern which is characterized by a pansy design. This wall pocket is in the shape of a cup and saucer. It is pink in color with yellow flowers and green leaves on the cup. The pink saucer has a scalloped edge and a yellow bow at the top. It measures 6.5" in diameter and is marked "USA" and "80" on the back. It is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind...
All Items : Porcelain : Contemporary item #787264 (stock #259)
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$80.00
This wonderful set is from the Smithsonian Collection by Goebel. The beautiful floral images, highlighted in 22 karat gold, were inspired by the botanical prints found in the libraries of the Smithsonian Institute. This set consists of an 8.5" (tall) vase, and a pair of 6.75" candle holders. The pattern on each depicts beautiful white roses with green and gold accents. Each piece is in excellent condition, with no damage of any kind. The price is for the 3-piece set.
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1960 item #988194 (stock #363)
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$75.00
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 tumblers, most likely used as barware. Each has a 2.75" diameter at the rim and stands 4" tall. The glass tapers out slightly from the rim for about an inch, then tapers back in to the foot. This bottom taper has 10 flat panels (on the inside). The fo...
All Items : Character Collectibles : Disney : Pre 1970 item #964786 (stock #344)
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$75.00
These bisque shakers were manufactured by Walt Disney Productions in 1961. Mickey Mouse, dressed in a pink top and blue trousers, stands on a yellow crate. Minnie is adorned in a yellow dress and pink shoes with a red and white bow in her hair. She sits on a stack of two light blue crates. Each crate is labeled - MICKEY MOUSE on his, and MINNIE MOUSE on hers. The bottom of each shaker is also labeled "Walt Disney Productions" and "WD-52". They both have the original foil sticker, which rea...
All Items : Glassware : Milk : Pre 1900 item #661407 (stock #218)
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$75.00
This amazing bowl was made by Challinor and Taylor. It is made of milk glass and is in the Tree of Life Pattern from the 1880's. This pattern is beautiful- depicting vines, leaves and flowers growing in all directions around the bowl. This bowl stands 5 inches tall. The base diameter is 3 3/8" and the diameter at the opening is 5". The bowl measures 6" at its widest. The bowl is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Doric : Pre 1940 item #1146335 (stock #433)
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$75.00
The Jeannette Glass Company manufactured this lovely bowl. The pattern is called "Doric" and was only made from 1935-1938. The bowl is actually a cereal bowl. It measures just over 5" in diameter and is 2" tall. It is pink in color. We actually have 2 available. They are both in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or utensil marks.
All Items : Figurines : Pre 1990 item #1017024 (stock #392)
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$75.00
This Precious Moments figurine was manufactured by Enesco. It is number E-7164, and is called "Bless This House". It was designed in 1981 by Jonathon & David and has the hour glass mark. It measures 6" long and stands 5.5" high. It is in MINT condition and comes with the original box which is in near mint condition (slight fold on lid). This piece originally retailed for $45.00 (in 1981).
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : McKee : Pre 1940 item #1152668 (stock #465)
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$70.00
This platter was manufactured by McKee. The pattern is called "Laurel". It has a leaf design around the edge and is a lovely jade green color. This pattern was only made for a short time in the 1930's. This platter measures 10.75" by 7.75". There are a couple of rough spots on the edge as you can see in the photos. It's almost like the edge was not buffed when it was manufactured. Otherwise it is in excellent condition with no utensil marks. It is marked on the back.
 
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