Not sure if it would be considered dinner or luncheon plate. It measures slightly over 8 3/4 inches. I believe the pattern is Dubuque by Buffalo China. Please see photo # 2 for the complete backstamp. I've always thought there were stamped numbers or letters below the backstamp that has been worn away. I can't get the faint impression to show in the photo. Since I am not an expert, I am not comfortable rating the condition, it is easier for me to describe and provide detailed photos...
I bought this brooch years ago because I just liked the way it looked. Uninformed, as I am, regarding jewelry, I thought it was plastic. I was going through a "catch-all" drawer the other day and found it wrapped in a paper towel. If I had not noticed that the clasp was marked silver, I would still think it was plastic. I am not sure of the age, but would think the rather unique silver clasp, might help pinpoint a date. It measures approximately 2 x 1 1/2 inches...
This Italian vase has the original Rosenthal Netter labels. It is 10 inches in height. It is square with 3 sides glazed in black and remaining side is black with red, white and brown design. There is no damage to this piece. I have a matching covered box and smaller vase available for sale and priced individually. I hope to have photos available in the near future. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I'm not familiar with German pottery manufacturers and can only show the information on the bottom of the vase. Please see enlargement #2 for the backstamp - I can't get the photo to show the 2100 above Germany. The vase is 7 5/8 inches in height. There is an old chip on the base rim (it is shown in the photograph). When I bought the vase, (about 25 years ago) it was full of pencils and pens which have left some marks to the interior...
Vintage rose bowl marked as Roseville 463-5". It has some small flakes on the base interior rim. If you will look at the photograph carefully, you will see slight imperfections to the finish in a couple of areas. I don't know what caused this, and it is very hard to describe, but I will provide additional close-up photographs. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Handsome desk barometer and thermometer. The back looks as if it could be mounted on the wall. It is marked as genuine mahogany. It is in good working order. I will provide complete photos of all areas by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Handled basket vase measuring 12 3/4 inches in height. It is identified 8321 on paper label. I will be happy to provide additional photos. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I believe it is silver, but is only marked in two places with CJR. There is no damage. Additional photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Marked as Pairpoint Mfg. Co. Quadruple Plate 1244. Excluding the handle, the height is 4 1/2 inches in height. Measured across the top it is 9 3/4 inches. The base measures 4 3/4 inches. There is wear to the finish and complete condition photos are available by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Measures 14" in length, 10" in width and 3 1/2" in height and weighs 6 pounds. I have no idea of the manufacturer. When I bought the bowl, I had wondered if it had been meant to be used as a dough bowl, but they are usually a perfect oval. I've kept it on my kitchen table with fruit off and on for many years. I am not an informed collector and have never looked for a particular maker, but rather would see something I loved, or liked the way it felt and would buy...
I have never been able to find any information on the Lipton Walters or Walters Lipton Mfg. Co., according to the information on this vintage dispenser, they were located in New York. This would be considered a commercial use dispenser as it extremely heavy and measure 12 1/2" in length and 6 3/4" in height. It still works and there is a tiny amount of tape in the machine. As you can see, there is some superficial damage to the finish on the top...
It measures approximately 12 1/2 inches in width. There is no damage. I can feel a rough spot on the rim, but even with a magnifying glass, I can't see any damage. I believe it some of the texturing of the design that I can feel. I have complete condition photos available by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
December 1952 photograph of General Supply & Storage-R'cv Section Whse 102 Anniston Ordnance Depot is at the bottom of the photograph as well as the name of the photography studio. It measures 25 inches by 9 inches. It appears to be in the original frame. The glass and frame are without damage. The picture is not totally smooth, there is some discoloration, the glass should be cleaned from the inside and the frame needs cleaning...
Vintage child size caned rocker with ladder back. There is one area of damage of the caning, which can be seen in the photo. The chair is in a tight sturdy condition. The underside of the seat is in an undamaged condition. There are some some small drops of paint on the wooden areas. I will provide complete condition photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I have never been sure of the manufacturer of this creamer, but would assume it is the more recent Wright production, as opposed to the Duncan pieces, although I have seen this particular creamer advertised as manufactured by Duncan Miller. It is 7 inches in height. There is no damage. Complete identifying photos will be available in the near future. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage framed print measuring 17 x 14 3/4 inches (the measurements includes the print and matting). I have seen new prints given an "antiquing" treatment, but only age can give this effect. I do not know the date on this print and not been able to find any information on the artist. There are some small rips to the sealing paper and wear the finish of the frame. Complete condition photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Before I go any further, let me clearly state this vase has nothing to do with Franciscan Desert Rose. I've had it for over 20 years and never really thought about what the flowers were until I decided to sell and tried to identify the flower. The desert rose seems to be pretty much of a match...
Crescent Publishing Company. Artist: Phillip Leonetti. Limited edition: 154/500. Date: 1976. Displayed print: 5 x 6 inches. Framed print: 13 x 10 3/4 inches. Wood frame and linen matting. Condition: No damage to print, glass or matting (the line on the upper left corner is glare). Minor damage to frame. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.