I've never been able to identify the manufacturer of the sugar bowl set. I used to think it was some obscure Homer Laughlin pattern, but at this point, I have no idea. Excluding the knob, it is 2 1/4 inches in height. It measures 3 3/4 inches across the top. There are no chips, cracks, breaks, rough rim or crazing. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Marked as Anchor Hocking Hallmark 1986. It is a 2 quart baking dish. No structural damage but has been used. Additional photos or info by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
The back is stamped December 3, 1987. The matting covers most of the artist signature, and it is not possible to identify. It measures approximately 17 x 15 inches. The glass needs cleaning on the inside, but the backing is glued on and could prove difficult. There are some scratches to the frame, caused by being stored with several other framed prints. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
The tray measures 10 1/2 inches. There are no chips, cracks, breaks or rough rim, but does have some usage marks. Complete condition photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Vintage porcelain candle holder stamped Japan. It is almost 4 inches in height. Minor wear to the finish. It has not held a burning candle. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
5 1/2 inches in length. No chips, cracks or breaks. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I believe the pattern is Cavalier. It holds 3 quarts. No chips, cracks or breaks. A few minor usage marks, but very little sign of wear. I will be happy to provide additional photos upon request. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I love the abstract design on this delicate little sugar bowl. I've tried for years to find more pieces in this pattern, but have not been able to. Unfortunately, I broke the lid and just quit looking. Hope somebody is looking for a replacement piece. There are no chips, cracks or breaks. I see no paint loss to the floral decorations and there does not seem to be any significant loss to the gold trim.
This bunny was manufactured in Taiwan. If I am not mistaken, it was in the late eighties when a lot of figurines came with a cloth bow or ribbon affixed. I can not give an exact date of manufacture, but if you remember when they came this way, you should be able to get some idea of when it was made. It is approximately 6 1/2" in length, 4" in width and 4" in height. It is free of chips, cracks and breaks. There are several manufacturing flaws...
This box was manufactured in 1993 and hand painted. This seems to be made of the same material as their fairy line, they are so famous for and I believe they call it resin. All four sides have the floral decorations. Although, I've used it for years for small pieces of jewelry, there does not appear to be in damage to the piece. It measures approximately 3 1/2" length, 2 3/4" in width and 1" in height. If you have any questions regarding this box, please email...
3 banana split dishes. Am not sure of the maker - they have the look of Glasbake, but I don't think they made this kind of item. There are no cracks or breaks, but one dish has a spot of roughness on the interior rim. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
This is a soft weave rattan and was manufactured in Italy by Rosenthal Netter. I am not sure of the age of this holder, although I do not believe Rosenthal Netter is in business any longer. There is no problem with the weave. The size is 10" in length, 5" in width and 2 1/2" in depth. If you have any questions, please email. I need your zip code for postage calculations. Please listing #4449 for identical holder, except in a natural tone.