This is a beautiful hand-held fan! It’s made of wood with cloth and one end has a lovely carved and color tinted design. Fan is in excellent condition – the only “flaw” I could find is when the fan is folded, one of the material folds sticks out in back instead of folding flat. I didn’t attempt to correct because I believe it has been folded this way so long that the original crease is no longer there. This is not detrimental in any way...
I’ve grouped these items together for the advertising and gas company memorabilia collectors! There are two unopened packages of red spiral 12” candles. They have the Marathon trademark and “Season’s Greetings” on the front of each package and the backs show that Candle-lite Inc. produced these for Marathon. The other item is a Marathon (disposable) paper cone cup made by Lily. It has Marathon’s “running man” on front. Neat items – great gifts for that special collector!
I’ve displayed this Goebel figurine for a number of years and now it’s time to share! This is an angel ringing a bell. Measures 4” tall, marked on bottom Goebel, Germany with the trademark stylized bee and has 42, Spo, 48. Back has “signature” M. Spotl. Excellent condition!!
These Dennison seals are so neat! There are a total of 62 seals, 1 gift card, and 2 gift tags. There are 22 seals with an Easter theme – 6 chicks with flowers, 6 chicks with “happy Easter” newspaper, 5 girl bunnies and 5 boy bunnies with flowers. There are 8 for a shower and the gift cards are for a shower. The remaining 32 seals are for a baby shower. Great package decorations or for scrap booking!
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Rings made by Miriam Haskell are difficult to find! This one is gold tone with an adjustable band and the back has “Miriam Haskell” signature plaque. The ring measures 1 ¼” long, ¾” wide. The green glass center is very pretty! Please see the photos of this lovely ring to truly appreciate its beauty and collectibility!
Aren’t these pretty vintage earrings? They’re clip style, marked “Beau Jewels” and are in excellent condition!!
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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!
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This listing has a lovely vintage Whiting Davis mesh handbag! It has soft subtle colors in the design (it reminds me of peacock feathers) and is in very good condition with only minor “use” evidence. There are two small places where fringe has separated from the bottom of the handbag and probably is a simple repair but I would enjoy as is. The interior lining has a few very small holes – it feels like silk – the few holes are very tiny and not detrimental...
This is one of the prettiest beaded handbags we have listed! It measures 6 ¾” x 9 ¾”, 1 ½” wide (at bottom) and has a small fold over top with spring closure. Handbag is clean inside and out and all beadwork is present and secure. Inside has a “Made in Hong Kong” label, there is no other identification...
This is a pretty angel tree topper! Made by Doubl-Glo, she measures 7” tall and has a “cloud” of white cotton at base. There is a small hole at back in her wings and although a small bulb will fit, it is not supposed to be lighted because the bulb will melt the interior portion that attaches the wings to the body...
This is a nice grouping of small size Shiny Brite ornaments! There are 6 round ones with “snow” designs on them – Santa with children, Seasons Greetings, assorted toys (2), deer, and one with a winter home scene. The other 6 are fancy shapes – 2 bee hive, 2 with stripes, and 2 drop style. Ornaments are in good condition with minor dark dots, etc...
These paper Christmas decorations are so nice – they’re colorful and the attention to detail is outstanding! There’s a handsome snowman and his lovely lady friend – notice that her purse is open because she just removed her handkerchief! Both are in wonderful condition – the tip of his cane has sustained a bend and they each have what appears to be a tiny thumbtack hole at the bottom...
Neat items – this listing has 4 cones to fill and use as ornaments! There are 3 smaller ones (5 ¾” long end to end) that are solid colors – a gold, a green, and a hot pink – with silver color interiors. The fourth one is larger (7 ¼” long end to end), silver color with colorful Santa who is apparently doing a “soft shoe” routine! He’s holding a large candy “cane” and there are musical notes on the cone. Neat items, difficult to find!
This is a rare find – a bulb that’s shaped like a lantern and it still works! Measures 5” long, 2 1/8” wide at top – it fits standard size lamp socket. Neat!
Beautiful unmarked McCoy heart shaped vase! This one has the tabs and the color is white. It’s in wonderful condition – the only flaw I could find is a slightly rough spot on the underneath side of the “ribbon” (on the side of vase). I have examined this with a magnifying glass and I’m still not certain if it’s a professionally repaired chip or a production “bruise” although there is a tiny (1/8”) glaze ding that has been re-attached...
This listing has a very nice vase from McCoy’s Butterfly line! It measures 6” tall and has the overlapping NM mark on bottom. Vase is somewhat unusual in that it has a shiny overglaze – most items from the Butterfly line have a matte finish. The vase is in wonderful condition with no “use” evidence but does have some typical production flaws. The side mold lines/seams are pronounced and the vase has some tiny pin-pops in the glaze – nothing detrimental, just typical McFlaws!
McCoy produced several items for Swank and this is one of those items – a dog dresser caddy! The “bowl” will hold change, keys, etc, the place between his ears will hold a ring, and the opening in his body will hold a wallet. As with most of these dresser caddies, the clothes brush (his tail) is missing. Caddy is in excellent condition with minor crazing – nice!
This is another beautiful McCoy item – a single bookend with the open flower design! It’s in the difficult to find mustard/rust color, made in 1940, and marked with overlapping NM, USA. Bookend is in excellent condition – it has a tiny (1/16”) ding on inside top edge of a petal, not detracting in any way – and a production color/glaze rub at top edge...