We have this beautiful 25th Anniversary cup and saucer by Royal Crown China in Japan, made for Arnart Imports in the U.S.A. From the delicate handle to the detail of the design, this cup and saucer rival many of the more expensive sets. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing.
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.
Delightful trinket box by Capodimonte with three roses on the lid. The box measures 5.25" in diameter and stands nearly 4" tall to the top of the roses. A charming piece, typical of its maker, this box would also serve well as a powder box. It has no chips, cracks or crazing.
This little dog is a vintage Enesco figurine. Sitting on a green velvet pillow, he (or she) appears to be looking up at its master with an admirable expression. Time has worn the bottom of the pillow to expose the screw that holds the puppy in place, but that in no way detracts from the appearance. The puppy itself has no chips, cracks or crazing.
This delightful demitasse cup and saucer has the well-known UCAGCO labels. Made in Japan for United China and Gifts Co., this set is decorated with pink and blue flowers. It is in very good condition for its age with no chips, cracks or crazing.
Here is a beautiful porcelain bowl by Schmidt. Made in Brazil, it is an excellent pattern for the winter holidays. This 8" rimmed soup bowl (Pattern #SHM7) is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
These blue and white salad plates by Burgess and Leigh are another fine example of English china. The Dovedale pattern depicts fish swimming near the river bottom, complete with rocks and plants. They are excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
13" green platter depicting a couple taking a sleigh ride through the forest with the stars twinkling above. The etching is done on the back of the platter resulting in a beautiful piece of glasswork. You may have to look closely at the picture to get full effect.
This is a very simple egg plate of cream-colored ceramic with gold trim. It resembles the milk glass plate made by Anchor-Hocking in style. It measures about 11" in diameter and holds 15 eggs. It's in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
This cup and saucer is made by Real of Brazil. The pink roses and gold trim make it a gorgeous set. It has no chips, cracks or crazing and displays beautifully.
Beautiful piece of tobacciana. It is a Ronson Varaflame Luralite, butane table lighter from the late 50s or early 60s. The finish is primarily silver tones on the body of the lighter with a chrome and brass mechanism. This lighter claims a large capacity for fuel and states that it uses the large size Multi-fill injector. As I am no longer a smoker, I don't have flint or fuel to test this lighter, so it is being sold "As Is." NOTE: The photo appears more gold than silver...
Delightful divided serving/relish dish with handle. Measures 10.5" X 6" and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
This 8 1/4" Vernonware California USA Pottery hand painted "Organdie" rimmed soup bowl is in excellent condition. This pattern was made from 1937-1950.
Large vintage enamelware platter is white with dark blue trim (does not show in photo). Platter measures approximately 16" X 12 1/2" and shows minor wear. (See Photo) As is the case with most unmarked enamelware, age is very difficult to establish.
Set of six (6) vintage plastic baseball figures. Set includes pitcher, catcher, three (3) fielders and one (1) batter from an opposing team. Players stand approximately 2.5" tall, and all are in good shape for their age. There is some very minor paint loss, mostly confined to the edges of the bases...
Charming silverplate relish dish by 1847 Rogers Bros. Clear hallmark that includes the "Neptune" pattern name, this relish measures 9.5" X 5.5". As with all used silverplate items, light marks from years of use and cleaning are evident when inspected. Still a lovely piece that cleans nicely and deserves a place on the table.
White, 7.75" soup bowls by Homer Laughlin with pink and white flowers, on a Republic shape, with gold trim on the rim. The pattern number for these bowls is HLc441, which is often offered on the Internet as Virgina Rose. Don't be confused. All bowls are in very good shape with no chips or cracks and very little to no crazing.
This walnut Barlow desk set contains what appears to be a scrimshaw medallion with a pair of mustangs racing across the prairie. The gold-tone writing pen has been tested and works fine. The base measures approximately 5" X 3 3/8". The set is in the original box. We have not been able to locate another set like this, so we cannot put an accurate date on the piece. Watch for the matching paperweight to be sold here soon!