This is a small but very unique piece from the art nouveau period. Circa 1920, we obtained this piece from an individual in South America. Bright red glaze and lots of detail to the face. Approx. 3.5 inches top to bottom.
A unique watch for any lady is this beautiful Saxony pendant watch. Nice diamond shape and it runs and keeps time. Comes with a chain - not sure if it is original to this watch.
This is a copy of the classic 1950s science fiction story "Battle on Mercury" by Erik van Lhin. It has the awesome, original dust jacket and action sci-fi illustration. This book is in fantastic condition. Second printing.
Great handpainted pitcher with six glasses. Made in Japan by Chase - we think in the 1960s. Very nice set for your kitchen.
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In perfect condition. Stands 3.5" high.
Genuine black panther television lamp with a planter. Probably circa 1950s or early 60s. Approx. 21 inches long in full working condition - just add the plant.
In perfect condition. Made in 1995/96 and stands 3.5" high.
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This is a rare find, I can find no equivalents of these lithographs on ebay or anywhere else - even on Google. This is entitled "A Trip to the farm" a set of 12 - unused - farm scenes, plus the teacher instruction sheets and original envelope they came in. From the estate of a local teacher these are from the 1960s I think. In extraordinary condition, very fine quality art work.
Straight from France is this beautiful old stoneware wine pitcher with the words "Vin de Pays" painted on the front. Very nice piece of European pottery and completely functional for all you wine lovers.
Stands 6 inches high.
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This is a consignment piece we have right now, The lady who brought this in says her father who liberated Holland at the end of WW 2 brought it back to Canada with him. Nice windmill on the unhinged lid. Approx. 8 inches across.
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Piso's Cure For Consumption is one of the most collectible of medicine bottles. This bottle probably dates from around late 19th Century. The active ingredient in this medicine was cannabis - THC specifically - and it apparently worked to a degree. Was used to treat tuberculosis. Green color, about 5-6" high.
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We have seen a lot of bottles but this has to be one of the most unique we've ever had. It is a hand-finished bottle manufactured in Great Britain. It has an indented shape all around, probably to facilitate holding which is very unique for its time. We don't know what this may have held - it could have been medicine, alcohol or some food product such as cooking oil - who knows. Great inscription with what looks like a reg number and "In Gt. Britain" - circa 1900 - maybe earlier.