These are very pretty white gloves made by Van Raalte! They are size 7 and are very well made – wrist edge hem is hand stitched! These gloves are so pretty on the hand because they are a little shorter than usual – the hem is just at your wrist, very flattering – measure 8” from hem to end of middle finger.
This listing has a pair of vintage “Handiform” brand glove dryers/shapers! Rather difficult to find items.
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We purchased this Shawnee combination cookie jar/bank at an Indiana estate sale and it is truly a treasure to add to a collection! Bottom is marked: Patented, Winnie, Shawnee, USA, 61. She is in excellent condition – unbelievable – no nibbles at the coin slot (I don’t believe the bank portion was ever used). There is some tape/blue residue on the underneath part of the lid that I would surmise was taped to cover the 3 production holes (so cookies would stay fresh)...
There are two Fizz-Whiz bottle caps in this listing! One is gold color, the other is blue and both appear new and unused.
This listing has aluminum with red handle biscuit/doughnut cutter! It is complete with the removable insert that makes doughnut holes. These cutters are becoming difficult to find!
Wow – these are difficult to find Kreiss figurines! It’s the tall mama dog with two babies, they’re the more difficult to find black color, and each has spaghetti accents! Mama measures 8 ½” tall (at tallest), one baby is 2 ½” tall and the other is 2 5/8” tall. The chain/leash is old and appears to be original but could have been broken at some time because it seems rather short but again, it could have been made that way...
This listing has an 8” batter bowl from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Bowl is marked 129, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark) and is in the original box! It is in super condition with a few craze marks. There is a ¼” production closed stress on rim edge – that’s it! Super item, very useful!
Another serving size bowl from McCoy’s pink and blue Stonecraft dinnerware line! Bowl measures 7 ¾” diameter, 2 ½” tall and bottom is marked 1423, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowl has no chips, cracks, or dings but does have a ¼” production, closed stress on rim – that’s it!
Serving size bowls from McCoy’s Stonecraft line are difficult to find! This bowl is from the pink and blue dinnerware line, measures 7 ¾” diameter, 2 ½” tall, and bottom is marked 1423, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Bowl has no chips, cracks, or dings – super!
Make your own sliced butter “pats” with this handy gadget from the early 1940’s! It’s marked “Portionetto” and “Germany Pat”. I saw in one of those gadget catalogs that this item is being reproduced due to popular demand/customer requests! This one is not a reproduction, it is an original!
This listing has an Enesco Prayer Lady planter! Although she has some minor imperfections, I purchased her because the Prayer Lady (also known as Mother in the Kitchen) planters are rather difficult to find. She has a glaze ding on the back of her bun (could easily be color touched-up), there is a teeny ding on an apron corner, and one shoe has a teeny rough spot that has probably been color touched-up. She has been used as intended and has some minor interior staining...
This is such a cute Fenton item – a little cauldron! It has a wire bale and still has the original Fenton red and silver foil sticker/label! Measures 2 ½” tall, 3” diameter and is in excellent condition.