This is a 1960's Whirley two piece moo cow creamer. It says "God Bless Our Home" on the front and has a picture of praying hands. The head comes off so you can put the milk inside it. The creamer is 6 1/4" tall and is in excellent condition. On the bottom, it has "Whirley Industries, Inc., Warren, Penna, USA, Patent Pending."
This small pitcher is in the Spirit of 76 pattern with an eagle and flags on the front. It is 5.5" tall and in VGC with no chips, cracks or crazing. The bottom has, "Carved Wooden Eagle, artist unknown, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and signed "11 USA".
This lovely Avon Christmas cake stand is 4" tall and 9" in diameter. It is in a holly pattern and has scalloped edges.
This Jolly Roger creamer was made in Japan and is 3 1/4" tall. The colors are bright and look good on him. He has some crazing of the glaze, but no chips, breaks, or other damage noted. He would make a good addition to your collection.
This is a set of 5 Corelle mugs in the Country Pride pattern. The mugs are white and have blue cats and dots and mauve flowers and accents. The cups are angle-sided and are 3 1/2" tall. They hold 9 oz. and are in VGC. (Some may have a tiny flea bite on the bottom rim.) They are very nice cups.
This Coca-Cola milk glass mug has a stained glass pattern. The mug is 5 1/2" tall and is in VGC with no chips or cracks. It would make a good addition to your Coke collection.
These salt and pepper shakers were made in Japan around 1960-70's. They are 3 3/4" tall and have the original sticker and stoppers. They have never been used and are in excellent condition. I also have the original box. They would make a good addition to your salt and pepper shaker collection.
This is a set of Enesco green apples in a basket salt and pepper shakers set. They are in a crate with the original wrapping and have not been opened. They were made in Japan and are in new condition. They would make a good addition to your salt and pepper shaker collection.
This is a pair of green textured glass Coca Cola glasses. They are 6 1/4" tall and 3 1/8" in diameter at the top. I believe they were made by Indiana Glass Co. in 1995. They are in VGC with no chips, cracks or other damage noted.
This creamer is 3 1/4" tall and weights 5 oz. It says "John Barleycorn" across the bottom on the back and "Made in Japan" on the bottom. It is in excellent condition.
This is a 8 5/8" bisque 18th century dressed man playing playing a musical instrument. He is painted muted colors of caramel, minty green, light turquoise, green, pink, and flesh. It is in VGC with no chips, cracks, or repairs.
(1970's) Measures 3 1/8" in height and in diameter. Holds approximately 10 oz. Has the Federal Glass logo and also stamped "Heat Proof." In VGC with no chips, cracks or repairs noted.
Progression pattern with blue flowers and bands. Measures 3 3/4" in height and holds 8 oz. In very good condition, with no cracks, chips or repairs noted.
Set of two 6 1/4" brown drip with green tint fruit or dessert bowls. They are not marked, but appear to be Canonsburg. There are a few small utensil marks, otherwise, they are in VGC with no chips or cracks.
This is a lovely blue and white San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge and Treasure Island 11 1/4" souvenir plate. It is encircled by scenes of Coit Tower, Cliff House, Golden Gate Bridge, China Town, Mission Dolores, and Fisherman's Wharf. On the back, it's stamped, " A Souvenir of San Francisco, Made in Japan, Design Applied For." There is a 1 1/2" hairline crack on the back and a couple of small flea bites on the rim...
This Pepsi Collector Series glass has Tasmanian Devil on one side and Porky Pig on the other. The glass is 6 1/4" tall and 3" across the top. It is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, scratching or fading. The colors are very vivid.
This is a set of two vintage Anchor Hocking Ruby Red 8" salad/luncheon plates. They were made for Fire King between 1938-67 and 1973-77. The plates have some minor utensil marks and a few very small scratches. Otherwise, they are in VGC with no chips, cracks or other damage noted.
This vintage flat bottom open sugar bowl was produced by Anchor Hocking from 1956 - 1958. It is 2 7/8" tall and 3 1/4" across at the top. It has a few tiny scratches, otherwise it is in VGC with no cracks, chips, or other damage noted.