Enamel canister, with daisy lid from the 1970's. All enameled metal except for the plastic knobs on the lid. It holds 148 ounces and, excluding the knob, measures approximately 7 1/2 inches in height and 7 3/4 inches in width. The interior is in a clean condition with very little loss to the enameling. The lid has minor loss around the metal rim. There are 2 small areas of loss on one side. There is no denting or warping. Other sizes of the original set are available...
Vintage box manufactured in a lovely quality porcelain. The black background contrasts the pink iris design in a most pleasing manner. It is marked Japan and Beacon Hill. It measures 4 inches in width and 2 inches in height. Small shallow flake on under side of the lid. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
The small casserole and lid in the 24 ounce size in Corviscra pattern. No damage. I also have a 32 ounce cranberry casserole listed. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
9" in length, 3 1/2" in height and 5" in width. Mold #102. There are no chips, cracks or breaks. The finish does not have any damage, but a couple of small glaze misses. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage porcelain dragonware vase. It measures 3 3/4 inches in height. Label from Meygill Imports, Japan. No chips, cracks or breaks. Small areas of paint loss. I believe this was originally the bottom piece of a temple jar set. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Approximately 5 inches in height. No identifying marks. There does not appear to be in damage to this item. Additional photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
1985 from Hong Kong. 13 inch. Some scratches and a couple of shallow dents. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Gravy boat in Ivy pattern manufactured in the USA. It is in the untrimmed style. No damage, but has manufacturing flaws. Additional photos, including backstamp, available by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Manufactured in Hong Kong. The address and phone number sheet is dated 1984. I will be happy to answer all questions and provide additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage pedestal soap dish. The milk glass is faintly opalescent. The base looks like brass, but I am not sure of the material. It measures 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 3 inches. There is no damage. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Unusual little owl figurine from Japan, which I am calling "Imari Style" but there could be another name for this type of enameling. It measures 4 1/4" in height. There are no chips, cracks or breaks, however, there is 1 tiny spot of loss of enameling on the wing. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
This 1972 book was printed before Oxmoor Press was established and began publishing the Southern Living & Progressive Farm books. This is from the Favorite Recipes, Inc. publishing company. There are no rips, tears or writing on the pages. I am not a book seller and it is very difficult, for me, to rate a book in an accurate manner. What I can do is photograph the problem areas and you should be able to get a good idea of the condition. I believe this is a first edition...
Hand decorated with much attention to detail. Manufactured in Japan. There are no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. The finish does not appear to have any problems. Please see all of the enlargements which shows the sides and the inside of the bottom which has a butterfly painted inside. It measures approximately 4" x 4" x 2 1/2"(height). Most of Takahashi pieces are nice, but these are especially nice. Please see listing #4464 for an egg shape box in the same design...
Round vegetable/serving bowl measuring 8 3/4 inches. There does not appear to be any damage to this bowl. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
5 3/4" vase with no damage. Marked as Takahashi Soft Flowers, made in Japan. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
1963 production. The figure on the left measures 9 1/4 x 10 inches. It has no chips or breaks. A few small areas of loss of paint. There is glare on the face which looks like damage, but it is not. The figure on the right measures 8 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches. It has a chip on a wing and several areas of loss of paint. The face has the most significant loss (the loss is only in one area - other area is glare). They have hangers on the back, but it looks as if they should be replaced...
8 ounce oatmeal bowl. I believe the same pattern was marketed by Albert Pick, but this bowl is only marked McNicol. It is date coded A 107 and am not sure of the year because I found conflicting information regarding McNicol codes. There are no chips, cracks or breaks, although there are several manufacturing flaws, including one that I thought was a chip on the rim, but it is glazed over so it would appear to be a mold problem...
Vintage Irvinware chrome butter server with glass insert. It is manufactured in the USA. There are scratches on the interior bottom as if someone did not use the glass insert to serve the butter. There is also scratches on the bottom. There are no dents or dings. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.