Distlefink bread tray by Cleminson Pottery! Measures 12” long, 6 3/8” wide (at center), stamped on bottom: The California Cleminsons, hand painted. Excellent condition!!
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.
I’ve grouped together a wonderful assortment of ornament shapes and sizes in this listing! There are Poland, Japan, and USA stamped on the caps – some are not legible but I would say they’re from Poland. There are a few dark spots and some spray snow evidence – see photos to appreciate these lovely ornaments!
From the closed dry goods store, this is a super retro item! Star points are 12” (point to point) and can be used as a topper or hung from a window, etc. Made of heavy cardboard and is in very good condition – a couple points are slightly bent from storage – after all, it’s at least 30 years old!
Not only was I fortunate enough to purchase several clothing items of old store stock from a long closed local dry goods store but I also purchased the majority of the “decorating” items! These lanterns are part of that purchase and were used to decorate the store – I’ll be listing many more items. Lanterns measure 17” long, 12 ¼” wide (at widest), and are made of lightweight cardboard (same feel as heavier weight egg cartons or the dividers used between layers of fruit)...
Another unusual and very nice vintage ornament from an Ohio estate. The ornament reminds me of a hot air balloon and is gold color glass that is in a small spring attached to a clip. Glass portion measures 2 ¾” long. Neat!
This little tree topper is adorable! It measures 5 ½” tall and is red and silver color. It has a few dark spots (probably caused by artificial snow) and a few flecks of missing red color (storage). Topper has the little extra bead of glass at top indicative of hand blown ornaments. Purchased at an Ohio estate sale, this is not your everyday find.
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!