This is a vintage split willow fishing creel with leather trim and front leather accessory pocket. The closing strap and buckle are no longer attached. The leather pocket is intact but very dry. It measures 12" across and 9" tall. Circa - late 1940's. View pictures for condition.
This is a vintage Bonny Products Ice Cream Scoop with a green handle. It is marked Bonny Prod. Co.,- N.Y. on the end of the handle. It is 7 1/2" long and the scoop is metal. It has been used but is in good condition.
This is a nice old washboard made from wood and glass. The glass is flat on one side and ridged on the other with the word NATIONAL embossed between each ridge. The best side reads Atlantic- No. 510 National Washboard Co., Chicago-Memphis. The other side reads the same but it is faded. There is a crack running about 5" long on the top. See pics. The washboard is 13" wide by 24" high.
This is a single cup and saucer set in the Wild Anemone pattern made of fine bone china by Shelley of England. Both cup and saucer are stamped on the bottom with the green Shelley stamp along with the pattern name and number 13977 in pink. This set is Shelley's "Dainty" form with a gently scalloped shell. The cup measures 3 1/2" in diameter and is 2 1/2" tall. The saucer is 5 3/4" in diameter. This piece would make a wonderful addition to your collection of fine bone china.
This is a sadiron embossed Taylor Forbes Guelph Canada. It is in very good condition. Wouldn't take much to clean it up.
This is a Cake Plate in the "Chinex" classic pattern made by The MacBeth-Evans Division of the The Corning Glass works from the late 1930's - 1940's. Very minor wear in the center. No chips or cracks. Marked Made in USA on the back. The plate is 12" in diameter.
This is a Cake Plate in the "Chinex" classic pattern made by The MacBeth-Evans Division of the Corning Glass works from the late 1930's-1940's. Very good condition in the center. No chips or cracks. Marked Made in The USA on the back. The plate is 12' in diameter.
These beautiful bookends where made by Fostoria between 1939-1980. They are heavy pressed crystal glass and clear as a bell. No chips, cracks or defects.
This is a Machwitz Kaffee (coffee) tin. It measures 3 6/8" long by 2 7/8" wide by 2" high. This little German tin was made in the 1930's. As you can see by the pics it is in used condition. The hinges are in very good working order.
This is a very nice Soapstone Swan display dish carved and scrimshawed by artisans from Kenya, Africa. Measures 8" long by 4" wide and is 1 1/4" high. There is a small chip on the very end of the dish which could easily be remedied by a little dab of black paint. This is for decoration only.
This platter is made from Kisii soapstone and handpainted with maasai figures and giraffes. It measures 9" X 14". Towards the bottom of the platter there appears to be a crack but it doesn't show on the back at all.(see pic) This is a decorative item only. Excuse the kitty tail!!!!!!!!!
This is a terrific niddy noddy. It is held together on both ends by two tiny wood pegs - one is missing, but the piece is still very stable. This tool was used in making skeins of yarn. The spindle is 18" long and the short ends are 14". There is a 4 1/2" crack where it is joined on one end.