This is a beauty – tree topper is hot pink and silver! It has 3 reflector areas so one is visible no matter how you turn your tree. It’s accented with white glitter trees. Measures 11” tall and is perfect for use on a 5 or 6 ft. tree. In wonderful condition – there are a few dark spots on the silver that is not uncommon with this color.
Another beautiful blown glass tree topper! This one is gold and silver with silver color glitter design. Measures 10 ¾” tall and has the wider opening for use on a taller tree. Very nice!
Beautiful tree topper made in Poland of delicate glass! Topper is silver and dark green with a pretty glitter design. Measures 9 ¼” tall – perfect for a smaller tree. Topper is in the original Fantasia Brand box with original price sticker of 28 cents – wow!
This is a really cute and interesting holiday item! Measures 5 ¾” tall and is stamped on bottom: Made in Japan. Neat!
This listing has a total of 5 feather angels! Two are free standing table decorations – one measures 5 ¾” tall, the other is 5 ½” tall – and both have hot pink color feathers. They could be Holt Howard but do not have labels/stickers. The other 3 feather angels are also free standing but they’re actually ornaments. Each measures 3” tall (at tallest), two have light pink color feathers, the other is “white” (her feathers are pretty dingy)...
I’ve grouped these 12 ornaments into one listing and they’re gorgeous! All are round shaped and have beautiful hand painted and/or glitter designs. They are outstanding – the red one has a small chip on the neck just below the cap. Beautiful additions to any ornament collection. (They did not have a box so for ease of storing and added protection, I have placed them in the box you see in photos.)
The ornaments in this listing are not vintage but they’re well made with lots of detail and I couldn’t resist purchasing them! One is a fisherman sitting on his creel and he’s just “caught” a fish. There’s a fish with a hat and scarf with a “snowman” face, another is a fat fish that just took the minnow bait (the fins and tail move). There’s one that has a fish and assorted fishing gear below the legend “Bait ‘Em, Hook ‘Em” and the last ornament is a fish...
This listing has 2 pieces of cardboard scenery for a nativity as well as 3 camels (the camels are all on one piece). Each of the pieces has a copyright date of 1933 and one of the scenery pieces has a name – George Hinke (I’m not certain of spelling of his last name because it’s a little fuzzy). Neat items!
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These candles are so pretty that I couldn’t resist buying them! They’re in their original JASCO boxes dated 1978. One is titled “Holy Night” and is decorated with a bible, candles, and church windows on it. The other is “Sleigh Ride” and depicts a beautiful winter scene. Both candles are hand decorated and originally had a holder – only one holder remains. The wicks on both candles appear to have been burned and very quickly extinguished before the wax could begin melting...
Another neat Christmas listing! This is Santa in his car and the wheels actually turn. Made of medium weight fiberboard and has lots of detail such as Merry Christmas license “plate”. It’s stamped Japan, measures 7” tall (at tallest), 3 ½” wide. Cute!
This is another neat Halloween collectible – a black cat on a fence table or door decoration! Made of lightweight cardboard, back has a fold out support (like on a picture frame). It has 2 small holes at top caused by being thumbtacked to a display area and most of the flocking has worn off the cat. Bottom corner has: No. 1151, Printed in USA. Although not perfect, it’s still a very nice collectible item!
Aren’t these something? Listing has 2 paper (lightweight cardboard) Halloween masks that are in wonderful condition! One has the original paper label: Luminous, Glows in the dark after short exposure to light. Non-Poisonous. “Masklite”, made in USA. The white areas on the masks are the “glow in the dark” areas and, believe it or not, they still do! I surmise it’s not as bright/visible as when they were new...
I’ve had these neat candles in my collection for a while and it’s now time to share! There are 5 candles – only the ghost and black cat with orange candle retain their original Gurley cardboard bases/labels. The orange witch has storage evidence – her nose and one hand are a little smooshed. The orange candle (with black cat) is production “crooked” – it follows the shape of the cats tail. Very nice candles.
I’ve grouped these cute Christmas items into one listing! There’s a Santa face bell with Japan label and X600 (could be an Enesco production), there’s a Santa planter or candy dish (unmarked but looks like Enesco or Napco), a Christmas Teddy snow globe, a Sylvestri wooden toy soldier in package, and a Santa tree topper. Very nice items, nicely priced!
This listing has 4 glass bead garlands! There’s a red (medium size beads), a blue (small beads), a multi-color, and a fancy multi-color. In very good condition with a few damaged beads and the red one has lost 6 beads (they’re in the box) – appear to have slipped over the string knot because the paper star end is missing). I noticed a couple paper “made in Japan” labels.
This is a really neat tree topper! Measures 9 ½” across, 8 ¾” tall and has an aluminum reflector in center to reflect the light color of your choice – you place the end bulb from a string of lights through the center. Topper came in a box (I’m assuming it to be the original) with a 59 cents price tag from the “The M. O’Neil Co.”.
Another terrific dozen ornaments from Poland! These are all reflectors in tear drop shape (with tips) and four of them are double-sided reflectors. Wonderful condition with artificial snow evidence, some minor “use” evidence. These are beautiful!
These are beautiful Poland ornaments! There are 2 round shape, 4 round reflectors, 2 tear drop reflectors, 1 tear drop (double-side) reflector, and 3 brightly colored tear drop shape ones! Some color and/or glitter loss but not detrimental to these super ornaments – see photos.