Cobalt-colored lucite and gold-colored metal cuff links.
Postage is $2.50
Silver plate 'Sheraton' pattern Cocktail - Seafood Fork made by Community / Oneida is about 6 1/2 inches long. This pattern was first made in 1910. Head of fork has a spot on front side where plating is off and quite a bit of wear on back.
Use USPS link to calculate priority mail postage from zip code 43570 to your zip code. Weight is 12 oz. If other form of shipping is desired, please email with preference.
Nothing cleans like the dish cloths Grandma used to make. They are absorbent but lightweight and easy to wring out with one hand. These hand-crocheted cloths measure about 7" x 7" and are made from two strands of 100% crochet cotton - one white and one color - giving them a 'heather' look. Choose from 6 colors; yellow, green, mauve, blue, red or light green.
Price includes first-class postage. If other form of shipping is desired, please email with preference and zip code.
"Luckyday" is the trade mark on this card of 5 new 'Genuine Pearl Buttons' style 90 85, size 20. Original price on card is 10c but someone has since written '40' in red. Buttons are attached with wire. Back of card has yellowed with age.
Postage is included in price.
Each bottle holds 4 oz. of Quick Cleansing Lotion distributed by House of Stuart, Inc., Newark, New York. Clear glass bottle has embossed leafy pattern on sides and blue plastic cap. Label on fuller bottle is discolored.
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Humorous Shot Glasses.
Pair of clear glasses measuring just under 2 1/2 inches high by 1 7/8 inches in diameter. Black printing on white background. One says, "Down the hatch," and shows a man watching as another man falls head-first into a man hole. The other glass says, "Here's mud in your eye" and shows one man throwing mud in the other man's eye.
Use USPS link to calculate priority mail from zip code 43570 to your zip code. Weight for each glass is 6 oz...
Teaspoon is less than 5" long, back reads: "Paragon Triple" and has diamonds at either end. Back of spoon shows quite a bit of wear where bowl rests on table and a spot at tip of handle. Floral pattern but name is unknown.
This carafe (pot only) is for the 10-cup electric percolator by Corning in the traditional Cornflower Blue pattern. In very good condition but has some minor scratching on metal ring - see photo.
Weight is 3 lbs. 4 oz. Use USPS link on my home page to calculate priority mail postage from zip code 43570 to your zip code. If other form of shipping is desired, please email with preference and zip code.
Autographed ceramic mug commemorates the US Figure Skating Champions Nicole Bobek, Michelle Kwan and Tara Lipinski. Each 'Souper Stars on Ice' mug is 4" in diameter and 2 1/2" high and holds about a cup. Made by Westwood in China in 1998.
You know the glass blocks that are used in construction? This is just like those except it has an oval opening in the top. Made from heavy optical glass, it measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 3 3/4". The inside ribs on front and back are horizontal and the outside ribs are vertical giving it a checkerboard appearance. Could be used as a vase, container or fish bowl. In very good condition with one very tiny fleabite on one edge. There is some roughness from the mold edges.
Weight is 4 lb...
This is an Original Cress Educational Board made in 1925. This version is is oval-shaped, measures 9 1/2" x 13" and has 40 wood tiles. (Earlier versions were round.) One side had letter tiles and the other side has numbers and mathematical symbols (+, -, x, and the division sign). The tiles can be moved around the tracks to form words or math problems. Paper over plywood with metal brackets. Shows wear but still in good condition.
Weight is 1 lb. 8 oz...