A lovely hand painted condiment set and tray. Made of hand painted porcelain enhanced floral blossoms and gold trims on edges and handles. The set includes a mustard jar with spoon, salt and pepper shakers, plus the tray. Mark from 1911 in green, Hand Painted over the M in a wreath, Nippon. The M in the Noritake mark (on older pieces) does in fact refer to the Morimura brothers, who were the U.S. agents for (what later was known as) Noritake. The shakers are 2 & 1/2 inches tall...
All Items : : Pre 1960 item #1067677 (stock #safn-2049)
Pretty emerald green Glass decanter by Jim Beam. Early edition and beautifully embossed pressed milk glass decanter with corked glass stopper. Four mold marks; cork still viable. Bottle stands 11 1/2" inches tall X approx. 4 inches in diameter at widest part. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or breaks. This particular style of Jim Beam decanter is a great barware item. Dated 1968. I have others listed in different colors.
SLAG Liquor Bottle Decanter Olympic Discus Thrower by Jim BEAM, 13 1/4" tall, Jim Beams Choice, On bottom of bottle: LIQUOR BOTTLE D-334 118 71 7, Raised image of an Olympic discus thrower with Greek Coliseum in the background, faux white Marble glass, Excellent condition--no cracks, no chips, no repairs, no crazing. Original seal and tax stamp. Would make a great addition to memorabilia collections--such as: Jim Beam, Olympian sport, white Slag marble with grey and black marbling.
This lovely decanter was produced by Jim Beam in 1963. It features a painting of Dutch sailing ships (in blue and a reddish hue) on the front and on the back an embossed windmill scene, and some refer to it as The Windmill Bottle. It is made of opaque glass, measures approximately 13 inches high. The bottle is beautiful, curvaceous and detailed,and in perfect condition, making a wonderful addition to any collection!
Jim Beam Whiskey Decanter is the Vintage Indianapolis Sesquicentennial dated. Includes embossed Motor Speedway, Indy 500, and points of interest. Height: 11” and decanter is Empty. Capacity: 4/5th Quart No Chips or cracks or damages, and has original label and tax seal. Made of regal china. Includes original top-cap
Jim Beam Collector Decanter – Regency 1972 This decanter is from the Executive and Holiday Series of collectable decanters by Jim Beam. It is called the Regency and was made in 1972. Highly collectable,Florals around the neck area, and has a gold colored paint that resembles globs of gold running down the decanter. Some instances this is referred to as weeping gold. It stands 10 ½ inches tall with the stopper. Made of Regal China. It is in perfect condition.
This is an awesome decanter for showing off your favorite liquor. Decanter measures 11" tall with stopper in. Thick bottom is about 2" thick and has a single large bubble in the center. Top edge has been ground and polished. This decanter is wonderful but will be very heavy. There are a couple of tiny fleabite size flakes on the edge which are not very noticeable, but felt needed to be mentioned. Not sure of the maker, but it is older and just a wonderful decanter!
This lovely older decanter would be a stunning addition to your bar. Crystal clear heavy pressed crystal with ruby red flashed accents. Measures just over 9" tall and is in pristine condition. Fill it with your favorite liquor.
Lovely large pumpkin seed shape vase made by Crystal Legends Godinger Silver. Made of heavy 24% lead crystal. Vase is flat and shaped like a pumpkin seed. Measures 11 3/4" tall, has a thick heavy bottom and a cut, sanded and polished top edge. Perfect for sitting in a narrow area like a window sill. Bottom measures 3 3/4" x 5" wide. Pristine condition with original sticker.
A wonderful quality hand blown crystal pitcher for your bar. Measures over 11" tall. Heavy bottom and hand blown applied handle, with nice ice lip for pouring. Pitcher has a ground polished bottom. Impressive addition to your bar. Perfect condition. Holds 96 ounces or 6 pints.
Beautiful crystal clear glass angelfish made by Viking. Measures 7" tall. Not sure if these are considered a bookend or just a large figurine. No hamages and resembles the fish that Heisey glass made. I have 2 of these and both are pristine, if you choose to use as bookends. Price is per fish, or $75.00 pair
Circa: 1986, The Desperadoes is issue 4 of 8 collector plates by artist Don Crook and rendered in fine china by River Shore and presented by the Hamilton Collection. In this series, Children Of The American Frontier, Don Crook combines his two favorites subjects; the Old West and children. As usual, he does so with great detail, color and always a splash of humor. These two young bandits and their dog are holding up the noon stage. They have their masks in place as any decent bandit should...