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 item is a hanger advertising Vermont Cleansing Co. out of Burlington, Vt. It's in good condition. On one end there is some chipping but nothing serious.
A very large and pretty Silver Overlay Glass plate that is 13 3/4" in diameter. The plate has 25th Anniversary on it and is signed by Georges Briard.
Here is an Antique Victorian Sheffield Staghorn carving set c. 1900. Used condition with original box. The box measures 17" long by 6 1/2" wide by 2" high. The knife measures 15 1/2" long and says Made in Sheffield England, stainless steel, double ground. I cannot make out the other words. The fork measures 12" and the sharpener is 14 1/4". The material in the box is stained. Very attractive set with the elk medallions on each utensil.
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 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 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 a Wearever cast aluminum cornstick pan.It is marked No. 2797, Wearever Aluminum Trademark, Taco, Co., Made in U.S.A. Age is between 1920's and 1940's. Demensions are 13" long by 5 5/8" wide.
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.
This knife holder was made in 1974 and given as a XMAS present.On the back it says From The Cross Family, XMAS 1974. It measures 11 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide by 1 3/4" deep.
This is a German WW11 Water Canteen with an aluminum cup. The canteen is in very good condition. The cover is soiled, but there are no tears or holes in it. The leather is in good condition except where it buckles. It is marked GNL 37.