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.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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!
A fabulous little elephant planter, its style and colors strongly suggest that it is a Shawnee piece, but we haven't been able to confirm that. Holding a bouquet of flowers in its trunk, it measures about 7" long and 5" tall - a perfect addition to any collection.
This is a great piece. Often sold online as Duncan & Miller's "Carribean", it was actually made by Anchor Hocking. Thanks to the popularity of the "Carribean" line, coupled with its short production life, Anchor Hocking produced "Line #17" to compliment the D&M pieces and take advantage of the market. It has a similar wavy pattern, but take note of the tab handles - borrowed from their "Ball and Rib" line of glassware. Don't be fooled into thinking this is something it's not...
Here is the large Bartlett-Collins "Manhattan" berry bowl in amber. The pattern was manufactured in two runs - one in the early 1900s with a scalloped edge, and this one from the 1960s with the straight edge. The bowl is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. It measures 8.5" across the top diameter and is 3" deep.
10.5" silverplated hollowware serving bowl by F.B. Rogers with the original label on the bottom of the bowl. Just over 1.75" deep, this bowl has the popular Gadroon edge. Minor utensil marks (but no dents) indicate this bowl was was a part of the family service that was used and not just displayed. Unsure of the pattern name and date, but perhaps you recognize it.