Fire-King Jane Ray 8.25" vegetable bowl in jade-ite by Anchor-Hocking Glass. In excellent shape with no chips or cracks.
Delightful biscuit (cookie) jar in clear glass with raised waffle design, a red-flashed rim and a clear lid. The jar stands about 6" tall (without the lid) and is approximately 5" in diameter. There are no chips or cracks, however, where the lid meets the rim, there are a few very minor wear marks in the flashing due to use, as expected. Still, this jar is shows well and will serve nicely.
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.
Six hand carved mahogany napkin rings with an elephant figure carved on each one. Due to the fact that each ring is hand made, each ring is a slightly different size and the elephant carvings very slightly. The set comes in a matching mahogany box with a matching elephant carving on the lid...
Reed and Barton silverplated bread tray in the Holiday pattern. A simple pattern, it polishes nicely and though minor cleaning and usage marks appear in the bottom, they are certainly nothing that will prevent further enjoyment. This tray measures 11.5" from end to end and 6.25" across. While we are sure of the date for this piece, it is possibly from the 50s or 60s (if not earlier). If you have any questions or comments, please let us hear from you.
Lovely crystal dessert bowl by Fostoria; The bowl, with two bow handles, is an 8.5" Fairfax No. 2375 with June etching (No. 279). The June pattern is often confused with Romance, but can be identified by the double line ribbon vs. Romance's solid pattern around the rim. The June pattern was produced from 1928-52.
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...
Precious Oriental-style planter marked Inarco 1962, Cleveland, Ohio, E-550. In excellent condition, this little planter measures 4.5" square and stands 4.75" tall, with no chips, cracks or crazing.
Fabulous piece of advertising glasswork. Heavily embossed vines and leaves encompass this beer mug with a vine extending to create the handle. The Steinlager logo is in excellent condition, as is the mug itself. There are no chips or cracks.
Wonderful little Pouter Pigeon planter by Royal Copley. Standing 5.75" tall, he is clearly boasting his masculinity and availability to any female. He will make a great addition to any bird collection.
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.
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.
5-3/4" Cocker Spaniel with woven basket planter by Royal Copley. He's in great shape 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...
Beautiful hand-painted china base for table lighter. Each side has a flying mallard on a white field with a yellow base and sky blue band around the top. Each duck is slightly different as normal with the process. The base stands approximately 2-1/8" X 2-1/2" X 1-1/2". The bottom is stamped "ATC Super De Luxe Automatic" and "Hand Painted Japan." THERE IS NO LIGHTER MECHANISM INCLUDED - BASE ONLY!
Vintage Reed & Barton "Paul Revere," 9" bowl, #105, with original clear plastic liner. We cannot say exactly how old this bowl is, but based on the age of other pieces we purchased from the same individual, we are guessing this bowl was made somewhere from the late 40s to the early 60s. It does show signs of having been enjoyed over the years, not just stuck on a shelf, but is in wonderful condition and polishes very nicely...
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...