This is Eli the sheep. It measures 20" by 24". It was made to give it the appearance that it was painted on boards to give it that primitive look.
This is a unique flour sifter, you hold the handle and shake it sideways to sift the flour. You'll see what I mean when you see the pictures. There is no name on the sifter. I believe it dates to the 1940's or earlier. There is some surface rust on it.
On the back it says 18-7, Dream Boy, copyright 1949, V.A. Metalcrafters, Waynesboro, VA., WK, and the Metalcrafters logo. He stands 9" tall by 7" wide by 3" deep and is in very good condition. Just two very small scuff marks on him.
This is a very nice mold. Have not been able to find another one like it, so it could very well be a homemade one. It measures 31" long by 5" wide at the top then it tapers down to 4" at the bottom.It opens by releasing the hooks on each end. I used it for a number of years as a knicknack shelf. It does have a crack near the top.
Vintage Wheeling Pheasant and Stump console bowl and candleholders with encrusted gold and green background. The bowl measures 10 7/8 in diameter. The candleholders are 7 3/4 tall. There is some minor wear to the gold. See pictures.
I have two of these for sale. Would look very nice on your wall as decorative pieces or use them to hold small pictures. The largest one measures 8 3/4" wide by 10 1/8" tall and is shiney. The smaller one is 9 3'8 tall by 8 1/8 wide and dull. If you wish to buy the pair the cost would be $25.00
This owl is carved in the wood frame. It measures 9 by 12. The frame is slightly warped.
Very nice owl carving in wood frame. The frame is 11 1/4 by 12. The frame is slightly warped but not bad.
Syroco pictures of Grey Dorkins in green frame. Game is framed in yellow and the Silver Spangled Hamburgh is in red. Each measures 6 7/8 by 8 3/4. The pictures have yellowed somewhat and the Game picture is a little scuffed up in the right and left lower corners. Still very attractive.
This picture is done using calico and felt material. The edges have yellowed slightly, but it is still a very nice picture. On the back of the frame it says----property of Mrs. Helen L. Chamberlin, from Edith Samson
This item is in very good condition. I don't usually pick up items like this but found it very appealing because of the wooden wheels and how well it was made. It stands 37 1/2" tall. width--8 3/4" by 24 3/4" long.The wheels are 12 3/4" in diameter and the table is 14 1/2" by 17 3/4". I do have more photos. Just email me and I will send them to you. This is a pick up item only.
Here is a set of four vintage stainless steel butter knives made in Taiwan. Each one has an animal handle. A duck, rabbit, boar and fish. I believe they are made of pewter. The blade on the duck is slightly loose but does not come apart. The brass ring on the duck knife has very slight damage. (re:pics)
This box measures 15" by 7 1/4" by 4 1/4". On the box it says The Standard Outfit Trademark For Boots and Shoe Repairing, Every Family Needs Ones.
Nice advertising box. Measures 9 1/2" by 8" by 18". It has the S.W. logo, Made in USA, From the Stanley Works, New Britain, Conn., USA. From the 1940's in good condition.
This is a Crown Staffordshire demitasse cup and saucer. Cup is 2 1/8" tall: saucer is 5" diameter.. They are both trimmed in gold.Both cup and saucer are marked on base. Register # is 622,733 and they are signed. On the rim of the cup it feels like there is tiny chip but I believe this was done during manufacturing. Thousands flower pattern.Made between 1905-1930.
This nice brass kettle circa 1800's measures 9 1/2" in diameter by 6" tall (10 1/2" to the top of the iron handle) It is in very good condition with no damage.
Bronze medallion struck by Tiffany & Co. with original box. 77.1 mm. Medal portrays an Indian Chief on the left clasping hands with a crowned and robed female figure. On this side of the medallion it says--- Given in honor of the guests who attended the dedication ceremonies on the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce. On the other side it says To commemorate the opening of the building of the Chamber of Commerce of the state of New York Nov.11 1902.