Very pretty Prayer Lady napkin holder! She “wears” a pink dress and a white apron with words to a dinner prayer on it. She’s in excellent condition – has a tiny rough place on the bow of her apron strings – it’s teeny (can be felt) and has been color touched up – not detrimental in any way! She is stamped on bottom: E-2826. Beautiful item!
Excellent condition Prayer Lady napkin holder! She has the more difficult to find white dress and still has the original Enesco red and gold foil label. Has wear to the letter “e” in dinner – that’s it! Very pretty – has lovely coloring on her face and her hair is auburn rather than brunette.
This is a Prayer Lady toothpick holder with the more difficult to find white dress! She’s in excellent condition – no chips, no cracks, no crazing! Very nice.
Isn’t this an ugly cutie! This is the “Money Hungry” bank with “hair” – a Kreiss look-a-like. Measures 5 ½” tall and has no chips or cracks! Per reference book dated 1999, this bank is valued at $70 – we found at a nice price and are happy to share! Neat collectible, not your everyday find.
Very pretty candleholders produced by Holt Howard! Measure 3 5/8” diameter, holders are white with gold outlines and veins on all leaves with red “berries” at opening. Set is in excellent condition with minor red color loss on one holder – not unusual because this is cold paint. Very nice items, very collectible!
What a cute little bovine family! There’s a mommy and two babies – mommy measures 3 ½” tall (at tallest), one baby is 2 1/8” tall (at tallest), the other is 1 ¾” (at tallest). They’re colorful cows – light yellow with pink and blue accents and some gold trim – and they have large expressive eyes. Purchased at an estate sale, previous owner had dated them 1950 on underneath of each. Wonderful condition with minor wear to gold on their horns – that’s it!
Figurines by Josef are so pretty with great detail and this one is no exception! She’s the July birthday girl “dressed” in lilac and holding a basket of 3 pink flowers with red centers. She measures 4” tall, stamped on bottom: Josef Original, and has silver id label – “July, Ruby, Josef”. In excellent condition!
Neat item – Enesco’s Betsy Ross pin cushion/tape measure from the Kitchen Independence line! Measures 4 ¾” tall and is in very good condition – she has a teeny ding (fleck) on the back of her chair and the tape measure has sprung. It could probably be replaced with a small round tape measure because it just sets inside the figurine – not attached but held in place with a couple small pieces of newspaper (original to item). Pincushion is sawdust filled...
Another unusual Enesco listing – a napkin holder and shaker set from their Colonial Americana line! The napkin holder has a man standing by a scroll with the beginning of the preamble “We the People of the United States”. Measures 5 ¾” tall and is in wonderful condition – has a tiny 1/16” ding on his coat. Shaker set is in wonderful condition -- he has a teeny rough dot on corner of his jacket and she has lost the cold paint from the flag she's "holding"...
Very pretty spoon holder from Enesco’s Kitchen Independence line! This is Betsy Ross, measures 5 ¾” tall, and is in excellent condition with only evidence of “use” being some cold paint loss on the flag. Nice item, very collectible!
This is an unusual and difficult to find Enesco napkin holder – a variation of the Mother in the Kitchen line! She has the lace trim glued around her apron and her hat, the apron has “It seems the harder I work, the luckier I get”. She has wonderful color and her facial features are very pretty – she has large, expressive eyes. Excellent condition!
ANOTHER VERY NICE PRAYER LADY NAPKIN HOLDER! SHE HAS LIGHT BROWN COLOR HAIR AND A PINK DRESS. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -- HAS MINOR COLOR WEAR TO THE PRAYER ON HER APRON AND A FEW CRAZE MARKS (VISIBLE UNDER A MAGNIFYING GLASS). BACK OF SKIRT HAS A TEENY DING -- IT'S PRODUCTION, HAS COLOR AND GLAZE. PRETTY ITEM!
THIS LISTING IS FOR A REALLY NEAT SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER SET MADE BY KREISS CERAMICS! SHAPED LIKE A CHEF'S HEAD COMPLETE WITH HAT -- THE HAT IS THE PEPPER SHAKER WHILE THE HEAD IS THE SALT. MEASURES 3 1/2" TALL (AT TALLEST), THE HEAD (SALT) IS 2 1/16". I HAVE 2 OF THESE SHAKER SETS AVAILABLE -- BOTH ARE IN WONDERFUL CONDITION (ONE HAS A SMALL PRODUCTION COLOR MISS ON HIS FOREHEAD).
DIFFICULT TO FIND KREISS PSYCHO MUG! THIS ONE IS THE "I KNEW I'D CRACK UP" MUG IN BRIGHT YELLOW WITH SHINY GLAZE. IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -- NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, HAS A COUPLE CRAZE MARKS INSIDE BOTTOM. APPROXIMATELY 75% OF COLD PAINT HAS WASHED OFF BUT HE STILL HAS HIS RHINESTONE PUPILS. MUG IS SHOWN IN "THE WORLD OF KREISS CERAMICS" BY PAT AND LARRY AIKINS WITH A 1999 VALUE OF $135.00! THIS IS PRICED SUBSTANTIALLY LESS -- I FOUND AT A GREAT PRICE AND AM HAPPY TO SHARE!
DIFFICULT TO FIND -- "BETSY ROSS" SPOON HOLDER MADE BY ENESCO! STILL HAS ENESCO'S FOIL PAPER LABEL. MEASURES 5 3/4" TALL AND IS IN WONDERFUL CONDITION -- NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, NO CRAZING -- HAS SOME RED MISSING IN THE FLAG -- THAT'S IT! PRETTY AND COLORFUL ITEM.
CUTE CERAMIC BANK! HE'S IN SHADES OF PINK, HAS A GOOFY FACIAL EXPRESSION, AND BLACK "FAUX" HAIR. ACROSS HIS TUMMY, "IF I'M EMPTY HEADED -- IT'S YOUR FAULT". IN VERY GOOD CONDITION -- MISSING STOPPER AND HAS A COUPLE TEENY DINGS ON TOES -- OF NO CONSEQUENCE! NEAT COLLECTIBLE, CAN BE SEEN IN "THE WORLD OF KREISS CERAMICS" BY PAT AND LARRY AIKENS WITH A 1999 LISTED VALUE OF $65.00!
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PRETTY NAPKIN LADY MADE BY KREISS! THIS IS "JENNIFER" IN PINK. SHE'S HOLDING A TOOTHPICK TRAY AND HAS AN OPENING IN HER HAT TO HOLD A CANDLE. THIS PARTICULAR NAPKIN LADY WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A MATCHING SET OF SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS THAT SET IN HER SKIRT ON EACH SIDE -- THEY ARE MISSING. NAPKIN LADY IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION -- SHE HAS A 1/8" DING ON THE INSIDE RIM AND A TINY 1/16" (DOT SIZE) DING ON THE RIM OF HER SKIRT (BOTH ARE WHERE A SHAKER WOULD SET)...
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SUPER ITEM -- WHAT A FIND! FROM HOLT HOWARD'S VERY COLLECTIBLE PIXIE LINE, THIS IS THE JAM 'N JELLY SERVER. INK STAMP ON BOTTOM: HOLT HOWARD, 1958. THIS SET HAS THE MATCHING SELDOM FOUND SAUCER! SET IS IN WONDERFUL CONDITION -- HAS LIGHT GLAZE CRAZING. THE ONLY "USE" EVIDENCE IS A 1/4" SUPER TIGHT HAIRLINE ON SAUCER (FROM RIM) -- THAT'S IT! PIXIE HAS GREAT COLORS!