Beautiful Royal Copley planter - "Girl Leaning on Barrel" - in great condition with chips, cracks or crazing. Often seen as a set with "Boy Leaning on Barrel" planter also available here.
Gorgeous Royal Copley planter - "Boy Leaning on Barrel" - in great condition with chips, cracks or crazing. Often seen as a set with "Girl Leaning on Barrel" planter also available here.
Here is a delicate demitasse cup and saucer by C. Ahrenfeldt on Limoges china. Decorated with blue flowers with purple accents and green leaves, this set displays beautifully. It has no chips, cracks or crazing.
Looking Back Antiques
Set of four amber sandwich cups from Tiara Exclusives of Lancaster Colony Glass (to become Indiana Glass), in the original box. All four cups are in pristine condition with no chips or cracks, and the box is in very good condition as well. It is not frayed or cracked.
This is a vintage, hand painted pitcher with beautiful roses and pink trim. It's signed Sadie Wright - 1962. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. It stands 5" tall and is 6" from spout to handle.
A beautiful porcelain egg coddler by Royal Worcester. The pattern is "Astley", which was made from 1967-86. Still in excellent condition, it is ready to use (or display) as you see fit.
Here is a HTF set. It is a silver encrusted cup and saucer in the Maria Theresia pattern by Edelstein. Made in Bavaria, the pattern was made from 1931-1974. The mark on these pieces would indicate a production date earlier rather than later. Each piece in the line was individually numbered and these are numbered 12 on the cup and 20 on the saucer. Both pieces are in marvelous shape with no chips, cracks or crazing.
10" American Whitehall 3-toed center console bowl by Indiana Glass. Made in the tradition of Fostoria's American pattern, this center bowl is 1/2" smaller than its true American cousin. This bowl was made to go with matching candle bowls, but will certainly serve well on its own. The Whitehall line was made to compliment the Fostoria line and some of the pieces shared the same mold...
Hospitality snack sets (4 plates/4 cups), in the box, by Federal Glass Co. from the 40s and 50s. One of the most popular designs of the time. Marketed as Hospitality, and later as Homestead, the box determines the name. All glassware in excellent condition. Boxes show various signs of age and wear, though none extreme.
Vintage pink deer planter circa 1940s in very good condition. Stands 6 1/4" tall X 4 3/4" long.
This is a fantastic vintage set of boiled corn dishes. While unsure of the maker, we have reason to believe they date back to the 70s, if not earlier. Their shape is unique, and their coloring is wonderful. All are free of chips, cracks and crazing. They will make a great addition to any home.
Well known, but seldom correctly identified, this is a Daisy and Button fan tray by L.G. Wright. Sold in dime stores across the country, this was (and is) a popular item that has decorated many ladies' dressers over the years. Measuring 10.5" across by 7" top-to-bottom, this tray strongly resembles the snack plates produced by Anchor-Hocking. This tray is smaller and lacks the cup indention, but otherwise compliments the A-H sets nicely...