Another lovely embroidered state souvenir hanky – this one is for Maine! Hanky measures 10 ½” x 10 ½” and is in excellent condition. The attention to detail on embroidered souvenir hankies is outstanding!
This is an unusual hanky! It has pretty embroidered purple violets in each corner – the unusual part is the green check border. Hanky measures 12 ¼” x 12 1/8” and is in excellent condition.
This is a neat Washington, D.C. souvenir hanky – it’s embroidered! Measures 10 ¼” x 10 ¼”.
This pillowcase pair has very pretty embroidered yellow flowers with green leaves! Pillowcases are in excellent condition and measure 21 ¼” x 29 ¼” – have machine-stitched scalloped hem. Super!
These rhinestone earrings are gorgeous! They measure 1” long, ¾” wide, and although unmarked, they remind me of Eisenberg Ice – quality rhinestones, quality workmanship with all rhinestones being prong set!
This listing has a lovely blue “E” monogram on an Irish linen white hanky! It measures 10 ¾” x 10 ¾” and is in excellent condition.
Made by Empire Plastics and dated 1969, this is a neat Halloween lighted decoration! Measures 13 ¼” tall and is in very good condition – has couple spots of wear to the black color on hat. This light has been in my collection for several years but a prior owner made 2 small holes on bottom sides, apparently to stabilize/attach it to something for outdoor display/use. The original cord was missing when I purchased so I replaced it with a new cord that has an on/off switch...
This is a cute little Santa! Made of plastic, measures 13 ½” tall and stamped on back Empire Plastics with a 1968 date. In very good condition with minor paint loss (storage scuffs). I have replaced the old cord with a new one that has an on/off switch!
This plastic Santa has the neatest face! Made by Empire Plastics and dated 1996, Santa measures 19” tall. Neat!
Lin's Antiques and Collectibles
This is an exceptional unmarked metal mesh handbag! It measures 5 ¼” long (frame to bottom), 2 ¾” wide (mesh), and 3 ¼” at frame. Handbag is in wonderful condition -- as with many handbags of this type, some of the mesh has come loose at the hinges – that’s it!
THIS PLATTER IS SO COLORFUL! REMINDS ME OF THE OLD GRANITEWARE BUT IT IS WHITE WITH A LARGE, COLORFUL TURKEY IN THE CENTER. ALL AROUND THE RIM ARE EQUALLY COLORFUL VEGETABLES: CORN, CARROTS, TOMATOES. MEASURES 17 3/4" LONG, 13 1/4" WIDE. IN GREAT SHAPE!!
Excellent condition Barbie ornament made by Enesco in 1996! This is a “porcelain disc hanging ornament” and depicts the 1989 Happy Holidays Barbie. Pretty!
Cute and difficult to find Enesco item! This is a little boy angel and he’s “holding” a bedtime prayer scroll. Measures 5 ½” x 3 3/8”, stamped on bottom: E2824, and has a hole for hanging but is also free standing. 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...
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.
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!
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"...
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!