Paul Revere bowl by Gorham, complete with clear plastic liner. This 8" hollowware silverplated serving bowl appears to hold about 1.5 qt. The bowl and liner are in excellent condition. The bowl has both the Gorham hallmark and the original label. The piece is marked "YC780" beneath the hallmark. Date unknown.
This is a beautiful 8-7/8" vegetable bowl by Spode in the Wicker Dale pattern. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Be sure to check out its mate - the 10-1/8" bowl also listed here.
This is a 4.25" vintage souvenir spoon from New Orleans. It has a gas lamp cut into the handle. On the back is the sterling mark and the maker's mark which is illegible with our equipment. It is a horizontal diamond with a design in the middle that could be a shield or staggered letters, we just can't be sure.
This is another vintage piece of Black Forest craftsmanship. It's a hand-carved tray that measures approximately 11" X 5". Along with the wonderful detailing, the word "Luzern" (Switzerland) is carved into the tray. We haven't been able to accurately date this piece, but with the price of most Black Forest pieces bordering outrageous, this little tray is most likely the bargain of the day!
Here is delightful ceramic box that would make a wonderful candy dish when the grandkids stop by around Thanksgiving. He stands about 5.5" tall and about the same across is proud chest. He has no chips, cracks or crazing.
Here are some wonderful airline collectibles. These are 8" sandwich plates from Trans World Airways (TWA), one of America's largest and well-known airlines. From a time when the elite airlines served meals on real dinnerware, these plates have survived in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Simple white plates with the TWA logo in gold on a red ribbon...
Pink 12" chop plate by Vernon Kilns, a California Pottery. The bottom mark identifies it as a piece of the Ultra collection, made between 1937 and 1942. While simple in design, the Ultra pattern was a popular one for Vernon Kilns.
This 9 5/8" Vernonware California USA hand painted "Organdie" luncheon plate is in excellent condition. The Organdie pattern was made from 1937-1950.
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.
This is a lovely 16” Cathay Collection porcelain Victorian era doll with long brown hair in ringlets and gorgeous brown eyes. She is wearing a long sleeve dress with eight tiers of pleated gold ruffles with every other one being lace. She has on a dark gold cloak that is interspersed with gold metallic and edged with brocade ribbon. The cloak has a double layered collar with the same gold brocade ribbon...
This beautiful Victorian doll is a 19” Duck House Heirloom porcelain doll. Her name is, of course, Victoria. She has gorgeous long blond hair in ringlets and blue eyes. She is dressed in a light cream dress that is draped with ribbons, rosettes, lace, and pearls. She has puffed sleeves that are also edged with ribbon and roses...
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.
This lovely lady is the 4.5" model, which appears to be made from the Rubens #495 mold. This particular piece is unmarked, but we have a matching Rubens lady in another color. Some of the Rubens vases were ink-stamped, others have the logo and number cast into the bottom, and still others had only the foil stamp...
Vintage pink deer planter circa 1940s in very good condition. Stands 6 1/4" tall X 4 3/4" long.
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...
Hard to find individual covered soup bowl by Winfield, once a very popular California pottery company. This bowl is from their pattern "WIN61" which is a soft blue with chocolate brown trim. The bowl shows use that is evidenced by slight staining to the crazing that is normal with a piece of this age.
The bowl has a 2" square base that extends to a 4" circular top opening and stands 2 1/2" tall. All measurements are without lid and handles...
Delightful young lady who is in excellent condition. She has all of the important features in tact - eyelashes, earrings, necklace, bow, etc. She stands 4.75" tall and is marked RELPO "K962" and has her original foil label, too. There is substantial wear to the gold on the edge of her hat brim, but that can easily be restored. She has no cracks, chips, or crazing, so she will make an excellent addition to your collection.
Our selection of American china painting (or porcelain painting) continues with this hand-painted 8 1/4" scalloped plate, which is signed - M. Morris but is undated.
The picture is of a pair of dainty yellow roses on a delightful plate which has a very pale blue band around the border. This plate, too, is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.