This is a pair of antique H.K.Porter bolt cutters in working condition. I did oil the tool just to make sure everything worked. There is some surface rust and some of the original black finish is gone. Otherwise I feel it is in very good condition. Cast into one side of the handles is Pat. Oct 18.92, Trademark HKP. On the head it says Everett, Mass.USA. On the other side it says Porter's "New Easy", Size No. 0. For 5-16 inch bolts. The cutters measure 1" X 5 1/4" X 19"
This is a 10" tall Bella Casa vase. Her name is Millie. The vase is copyright Susan Paley by Ganz. She has a very tiny chip on the back of her head, otherwise she is in good condition.
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.
This is a very nice Victorian paperweight which doubles as a magnifying glass. It has beading around the inside edges and is domed. Approx. 3" in diameter. There is the usual scuffing where it sets on a table, other than that there are no defects.
This is a set of three Pyrex mixing bowls. Large white bowl is 2 1/2 Qt. Medium bowl is 1 1/2 Qt and the little one is 1 1/2 pint. Any scratches are very minor. These bowls were made in the 1960's. There is a black mark above the eagles wing on the large white bowl. They look like scuff marks to me.
Set of five vintage shot glasses in shades of cobalt blue,green, smokey grey,amber and light blue. circa pre 1960. No chips, cracks or defects.
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.
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 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 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.
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 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.