Takahashi Tomcat Mug. Small chip on the back of the right ear. The point of the ear is NOT broken. I will provide detailed photos on request. I will need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Years ago, while visiting family in North Carolina, I found this rooster and the matching hen at an estate sale. The set survived the sale, the trip back home to Florida, a move from Florida to Alabama and a trip to visit my sister. My sister has collected rooster objects for many years, and I had bought these as a present for her. After all the miles the set had survived, as I handed her the hen, it slipped through the wrapping paper and shattered to bits in her kitchen. Anyway, the survivor...
I am not sure which pieces of the "Windsor" pattern were made by Federal or Indiana Glass. I've never been able to get a definitive answer. This pitcher holds approximately 16 ounces and is 6 inches in height. It is the Aegean or ice blue color and is supposed to be the same shade as my other pieces, but it seems a bit more intense. Of course, this could be an optical illusion due to the structure. No damage. Photos soon.
Vintage cut glass toothpick holder measuring 2 5/8 inches in height. There is no damage. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage crystal gravy boat. I have waited for months to list this piece because I am just not sure of the manufacturer and the pattern. I would love to hear from anyone, who might have some ideas on the manufacturer. As you can see, there is that faint tint of green, so often seen in older glass. It measures approximately 7 1/2 x 3 x 4 inches. There is no damage. There are additional photos available by email.
I've had it for several years and still don't know the exact purpose of this covered pot/pan. It holds 88 ounces. There is age related discoloration and the knob to the lid is showing some deterioration. There are 2 available for purchase. The knob on the 2nd one is missing. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage piece manufactured in a nice quality porcelain marked as a Gailstyn-Sutton (Towle Company) and manufactured in Japan. It is 6 inches in height. The shape is similar to a temple jar. It can hold 2 different sizes of candles. There are no chips, cracks, breaks or roughness, but there are some small scratches to the finish. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage electric wall clock. It is marked as Model 2118 Ashland, Mass. It is approximately 9 1/4 inches in length and 7 inches in width. It has a gold image of a floral arrangement on the lower portion. There is minor wear to the gold trim and a tiny spot on the plastic that I had never noticed before, until it was lying flat in the natural light. It looks like a small piece of tape has been removed and left residue. I will not try to remove. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage 24 inch wall hanging spoon or ladle. This green finish seems to be original. There is wear to the finish. I have one similar to this in ivory. I need your zip code to calculate.
Difficult to give this paperweight a title. Gold label on bottom only says "Gt. Britain." It is 3 inches in width. I am not sure of the material composition, it is not plastic or wood. The script is as follows: "Don't talk about yourself. We will do it for you after you leave." It is bordered by people in Victorian dress in a ball/party setting. No damage. Perfect paperweight for your desk in a large office. Please email for additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the posta...
This listing is for the skillet only, with the lid in place for identification purposes. There is no manufacturing information. It is a very heavy piece. The handle is metal. It holds approximately 88 ounces and measures 10 1/2 inches in width. The interior shows a few tiny dark streaks, but has not removed the enamel and the areas are smooth. I tried a very gentle rub with baking soda and some of the streaks came off, but didn't try much cleaning, for fear of damage to the finish. The go...
I am not sure if this is a bonsai planter or just a regular old planter. It may be to tall. Hotta Yu Shoten went out of business in 1947. This item might be pre-WWII. It measures 7" in length and 2 3/4" in width. There are no breaks. There is a tight hairline crack (been there since I bought it) and a tiny shallow chip on the rim and a few small areas of paint loss on the trim. If you have any questions regarding this item, please email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
5 1/2 inches in height. No manufacturing info. There is a loop for a chain for additional babies. No chips, cracks or breaks, but minor paint loss. Has been packed away for years and needs cleaning, but I've ruined so many things, by not knowing how to clean the particular finish, so I've just left this sweetie alone. I will be happy to provide additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
This cabinet has followed me from Florida to Alabama, but it is time for us to part company since my next move is to a much smaller home. People don't use things like this anymore in these days of big well equipped bathrooms and kitchens. It is an older plastic with two shelves with sliding doors. There is also storage room on the top and two racks for hand towels. The doors are textured plastic with a slight sheen. There are two holes in the back for hanging. No chips, cracks, breaks or sp...
Model #3008. All original parts including stem, coffee basket and lid. In full working order. I saw a coffee pot like this in a 1949 magazine ad. Photographed on the side with 2 shallow dents on the body of pot. Please email for additional photos or info. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Buffet stand for casserole measuring 8 inches in width. Both handles have the I.S. Co. logo. It would be outstanding with a cobalt dish. This is not one of those flimsy cheap silver casserole stands, but sturdy with heavy handles and legs. They are screwed in tight and stable. It has been packed away for over ten years and developed a wonderful patina. I don't know why a golden sheen keeps showing in the photos. I've tried several settings, but just don't know how to get an accurate tone. Ther...
Vintage kitchen knife manufactured in Japan, I say this because in later years, I believe a lot of Interpur products were from Taiwan or Korea. This stainless steel knife has the blade that is not just stuck in the handle, but is one solid piece to the end of the handle. Including the handle it is 14 1/4 inches, and the exposed blade is 9 1/4 inches. It has been packed away for a decade and probably needs sharpening. The wooden handle has no problems. There are superficial scratches to the...
I can't find a makers mark. The large center stone is probably plastic/lucite and the accent black stones are glass. I am assuming the seed pearls are fake. It is approximately 1 3/4 inches. There are no missing stones, the fastening mechanism is secure and there does not appear to be any damage to the finish. Additional detailed photos are available. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.