Gorgeous majolica oyster plate made by Haviland Limoges, France, measuring 9" (23 cm) in diameter. Near mint to mint condition, it's a pleasure to offer, not even scratches of any type on this beauty, guilt gold perfectly placed around the edges of the 6 wells and pink on the inner wells, with the gold still intact in the lemon center.
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Millersburg crystal glass OHIO STAR Creamer and Sugar made in 1909. In perfect condition, the sugar measures 6" across the handles x 3 1/2" high, while the creamer measures 6" across the spout to handle x 3" high. Exceptional and high quality crystal pieces of Early American Pattern Glass.
Antique Haviland Limoges french porcelain plate/charger, very well executed in gooseberries and leaves and beautifully scalloped gold rim. 8.5 inches in diameter. Mark 12 circa 1894-1931 but this particular plate is very early. Excellent, near mint condition, no visible flaws at all, or scratches. Beautiful!
Victorian Pairpoint art glass biscuit barrel/jar with a heavy Meriden Britiannia Silverplate lid. The glass is opaque white, hand painted light blue with enamel floral decorations on all sides with a multi-colored butterfly on one side.
Measurements: 10 inches tall to the top of the finial, 6¾ inches wide and very heavy at 5 pounds
This is an extremely rare hand-painted porcelain tankard stein/mug by Tressemann & Vogt (T&V). What makes it even more rare is that it is in virtually NEAR MINT condition.
It has a beautiful hand-painted image of a monk enjoying a glass of wine from a wine barrel; the background color is aqua/blue. There is great detail in the painting, and you can even see the monk's crucifix.
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Victorian art glass bride's basket square bowl c1880-1885, attributed to Boston & Sandwich Glass Factory, Cape Cod, USA. Bowl is white cased with a yellow center. Edging shades from a lighter red to a very dark burgundy red and clear glass crimped ruffled rim. Colors are bright and vivid. Bowl measures 9" square (23 cm), 3.25" high (9 cm). Mold leaf designs circling the entire bowl with all four side edges turned upwards. Condition is excellent; however, there is a small chip ...click for details
Lemonade set (probably Mt. Washington with decorations by Smith Bros) including a blown glass pitcher and 3 matching tumblers, all hand painted and made during the Victorian era circa 1880-1900. The pitcher has a crimp ruffle rim with an applied rib handle and semi-polished pontil; it also depicts a wood log cabin/mill with snow and blue water in the foreground. The tumblers depict the back of the mill with snow in the foreground; they have a polished pontil. ...click for details