Three 1847 Rogers Bros.silver plated "Charter Oak" pattern 7 3/8" orange knives, or (fruit knives). "Charter Oak" was introduced in 1906 and has enjoyed enduring popularity. It features lovely oak leaves and acorns at the handle crest, center and at the base of the handle. They do have a faint O monogram. These 3 knives are in good condition with no bending or deep scratches. There is little loss of silver on the upper blade area of 2 and the blades...
La Vigne 1881 Rogers Silverplate dinner Fork with grapes design. Maker Marked: 1881 Rogers A1. Very Good Condition, usual estate wear includes light scratches on some pieces an some wear on the tines. Measures approximately 7 1/4 inches long. This flatware from 1908 and designed by William A Jameson.
1986 Avon Camel figurine from The Heavenly Blessings Nativity Collection Excellent Condition. No box. A nice addition to your Nativity or a replacement.
Hallmark Keepsake figurine has never been out of the box. This is one of the popular American Girls 1904 Samantha. She wears a plaid dress and carries her hat in hand. She is in a walking position. Measures 6" tall.She is in perfect condition. Has words COPYRIGHT PLEASANT COMPANY ALL RIGHTS RESERVED HALLMARK LICENSING, INC. stamped on bottom. Comes in the original box.
Beautifully detailed salt dip or salt cellar made and Stamped Germany. Hand painted Colonial man wears a tricorn hat and holds a bouquet of flowers. Made of nice porcelain and trimmed with gold on the edge of the dip. Measures 2 1/4" tall, and is pristine. 1920's.
Vintage porcelain Standard Plumbing Fixtures Ash Tray Countertop Display, with Vintage Matchbox Holder. Solid heavy ivory porcelain with #4 Stamped into Bottom. 1920's era. Made of the same Porcelain that Toilets & other bathroom fixtures were manufactured of, at the turn of the century. Mascot bull Dog with Gold Collar on Dog. 6¾" D x 5¼" W x 4¼" Tall. Very nice condition with no chips, cracks or paint loss.
Long goldtone pendant with an oval setting. Oval porcelain cab with a lovely hand painted rose set in a goldtone filigree setting. Pendant is 1 1/4" x 1 3/8" oval, and chain hangs 13" long plus the pendant measurement. 1928 metal tag. Barrel clasp and is in nice vintage condition. A beautiful necklace.
Small vintage table perfect for your kitchen. Chrome legs and has a porcelain enamel top with red trim and little strawberry decals. Top measures 25" x 40" and is 30 1/2" tall. A few chips on the edges. Nice and clean looking. Local pickup only.
Nice collectible, well made Keston Bros Saddle from 1938.. Keyston Brothers originated in San Francisco in the 1880's and made some quality items that are highly collectible today. Old 1938 catalog shows this model was the Little Buckaroo. VERY Nice condition. 14 1/2" seat. Fits a horse with a more narrow back. Ask for more pictures if you like.
1930's vintage toothbrush holder made of glazed porcelain. Looks like maybe made by McCoy or Shawnee, but no markings. Measures 2 3/4" tall and 4" long. Not sure it would fit some of todays toothbrushes, but maybe the smaller ones. Very nice condition. A pretty light green airbrushed color, All decoration under glaze. I have this in 2 other colors also. Color is more defined than photo shows. The flash lightened the photo a lot.
1930's vintage toothbrush holder made of glazed porcelain. Looks like maybe made by McCoy or Shawnee, but no markings. Measures 2 3/4" tall and 4" long. Not sure it would fit some of todays toothbrushes, but maybe the smaller ones. Very nice condition. A pretty light yellow airbrushed color, All decoration under glaze. I have this in 2 other colors also. Color is more defined than photo shows. The flash lightened the photo a lot.
Old antique original Stanford University bookends dated 1930. Has the tomahawk and the Stanford seal. Hammered bronze base and tomahawk applied to copper backing. Base of tomahawk has more of a copper finish (shinier) These are extremely heavy the way bookends should be, but most aren't. These are hevier than most doorstops! Measures 5" tall, and almost 7" wide. What a wonderful item for someone that has a lineage of family who attended Stanford University.