Isn’t this a cutie? It’s a pink bunny candy container with bobble head (neck is a spring!). Bunny has a feather “cotton” tail, measures 9” tall (at tallest), the body part is egg shaped and measures 5 1/8” long, 3 1/8” wide. Neat item!
This is the neatest and most colorful turkey we have listed and it’s the only one that’s not a candy container! He measures 2” tall, bottom is stamped “US-Zone, Germany”. Super condition!
Another super turkey candy container! Measures 3 1/8” tall and has cardboard stopper/base that is stamped “Made in Germany, US-Zone”. It’s in wonderful condition with a few color dings – see photo.
This turkey candy container is like our #M2561 except it has lost its cardboard stopper/base! Container measures 3 ¼” tall and has a few color dings – see photo. Great collectible!
Another really neat turkey candy container! This one measures 4 ¾” tall (at tallest) and has lots of detail with pretty colors. It’s in wonderful condition – has a few color dings and is missing the cardboard stopper/bottom. Excellent collectible!
This is a really neat turkey candy container! It measures 3 ¼” tall (at tallest) and has the cardboard stopper stamped “Made in Western – Germany, US – Zone”. It is in wonderful condition with a few color dings – see photo.
This white hanky has a beautifully detailed dog in one corner! Measures 12 ¼” x 12 ¼” and is in excellent condition.
This lovely hanky would be so pretty framed! It measures 12” x 12” and is in excellent condition.
This is an unusual and very collectible hanky! It’s white with a design of a black poodle and a white/gray kitten in a basket! Hanky measures 12 ¼” x 12 ¼” and is in excellent condition. It doesn’t have any labels but it is consistent with Krier productions.
These little brown bunnies are so cute! The tallest one is 2 ¼” tall, the other is 2” tall, both have fuzzy brown flocking “fur”, and their eyes may be glass (I’m not certain). One has the black and gold foil Josef label/sticker and one that is black and gold “Japan”. Neat collectibles!
Isn’t this a cute spaghetti animal? She’s a nice size too, measures 7 ½” tall! Still has the original small “Japan” paper label/sticker on bottom and is in wonderful condition. The only “use” evidence I could find is a missing flower on her hat – that’s it!
Aren’t these a neat variation of the rooster cocktail napkin? Just look at the work on the edges! Super items, super condition.
I’ve placed an assortment of rooster cocktail napkins in this listing! There are 3 with roosters perched on a glass, 1 with rooster on a stein, 1 printed rooster, and 1 colorfully embroidered rooster. All are in excellent condition, laundered, lightly starched, and ironed.
This is a really cute hanky! It’s a dark yellow color with 3 little gray and white stripe tabby kittens! Lots of detail – handkerchief measures 11 ¾” x 11 ¾” and is in excellent condition.
Aren’t these fancy little fellas? There are 4 plastic deer (approximately 10” tall) and each is decorated with glitter and sequins. They have “made in Japan” paper labels on their tummies. Very nice collectibles!!
Aren’t these cute little pink elephants? They measure 2 ¼” tall (at tallest), have gold color accents and each has a bouquet of flowers (3 blooms – 2 have rhinestone centers). One shaker as a small red and silver foil Japan label/sticker on bottom and both have H-458. Super condition!
Wow – these elephants are so detailed with beautiful colors! Elephants are gray with pink ears and underside of trunk and they have colorful “blankets” on their backs. She’s sitting and has a raised front foot, measures 2” tall (at tallest), 3” long (at longest). He’s sitting on his hiney with both front feet raised, measures 4 1/8” tall (at tallest). Both shakers are in excellent condition and they’re gorgeous!
Lovely colors and detail on this ladies scarf! Scarf is yellow with a “rope” border and there are beautiful palominos on the scarf. Could possibly be the famous “Trigger” horse of Western movies/shows? Scarf measures 32” x 29 ½” and is in very good condition. I noticed several small pinholes and I believe that’s what actually caused them – either price tags or from display. As with all our linens, scarf had been laundered and pressed.