This is the "All Aboard" Treasure Box from the Lenox "TReasures" line. It is 3" high, 3" wide and 1 1/2" deep and contains a train charm. Excellent condition, but no box.
This is the "Dolphin's Hidden Treasure Box " from Lenox's "Treasures" line. It is 3" high by 2"wide at the base and 21/2" deep and contains a treasure chest charm. In perfect condition but no box.
This elegant poodle stands straight and proud. It is exucuted in a goldtone finish with no adornment except texture and it's own elegant demeanor. The back is marked Boucher Poodle 8164. It measures 2" high by 1" wide.
Schlesinger, Sarah, New York, Villard Books, 1994. 500 recipes from soup to dessert containing one gram of fat or less. Very good in good dj. Hardbound.
Croce, Ingrid. San Francisco, Collins Publishers, 1996. Jim Croce's widow shares recipes and memories from Croce's Restaurant. Very good in good dj. Hardbound.
New York, Whitecap Books, 1995. This is a large, well illustrated guide to cooking with recipes and techniques. The cover is coated, washable paper. Good.
Spitler, Sue. Chicago, Surrey Books, 1995. Illustrated boards. Good.
Baird, Pat. New York, Printice Hall Press, 1982. A vegetarian's guide to microwave cooking. Very good in very good dj. Hardbound.
The Recipe Club of Saint Paul's Greek Orthodox Church. New York, Harper & Row, 1990. Greek cooking from the ladies who know Greek cooking. Hardbound. Good in good dj.
Prudhomme, Paul and Family. New Yord, Willian Morrow and Company, 1987. Comes with card autographed by the Chef. Hardbound. Good in scuffed dust jacket.
Prudhomme, Paul. New York, William Morrow and Company, 1984. This copy is autographed inside. The inscription reads "Hi Dode and Vern. Good Looking Good eating Good loving! On your 48th Anniversary Chef Oaul Prudhomme 10/6/88. Good hardcover in dust jacket with small tear.
This crystal cat is elongated and stylized almost to the point of unrecognizability. It is marked with the FM Konsglas foil sticker and engraved F1 160 on it's ground bottom. The bottom is scratched and has a tiny nick. The FM in the mark stands for Fare Marcolin and is the mark of Josef and Benito Marcolin. The Marcolin Brothers were trained on Murano and went to Sweden in the mid 1900's and set up their own business in Ronneby which closed in the early 90's...