Made completely of agate shell panels both inside and out. It has 4 beautiful metal claw feet and a small chain hinge on the inside of the box to keep the lid up. It is very sturdy in construction. The agate shell panels are held together by pieces of brass metal and it is very beautiful to have in any room. I had to fight off 3 people at the sale to get this lovely piece.
It has the original metal enameled box. The matchbox holder does have some slight rust inside it, which I was not able to get out when I cleaned it. The matches are the original matches and they do light. The matches fit perfectly into the metal matchbox holder.
In excellant condition. I personally purchased this at one of my sales. I handpicked it because of the decorative design on the side and back. The candles fit perfectly in the candle holder, it comes with a sturdy carrying handle, has gold leaf trim on the bottom rim, an enameled floral design, and is stamped on the bottom.
Comes in the original box. Part of the "I will Share" Golf Tournament. It was part of a fund raising effort for those left unemployed by the Great Depression. Signed by Robert Jones Jr. on the medal front. In excellant condition. Never worn. In 2012, one sold for $1,113.20.
This mahogany bowl has a few scratches on the inside that are barely noticeable. I would hand wash it very gently to protect the bowl from any further damage. The bottom of the bowl is sterling silver and polishes up nicely. It is marked on the bottom with a tag from the manufacturer.
Vintage 1940s. A rare find. They are sterling silver with enamel handles, and the backs of the spoons are enameled as well. The front of the spoons are sterling silver and polish up nicely. Because of the enamel coating, I would suggest hand washing to prevent any damage.
Vintage 1950s. They are sterling silver with enameled handles. A rare find. The forks polish up very nicely and quite easily. I recommend hand washing to prevent any damage to the enamel on the handles.
This plate contains a beautiful green edge and has a beautiful white center. In the center, you will notice the calendar of 1969 from January - December in a circular design. It is stamped on the back with the manufacturer's mark. In perfect condition. I do recommend handwashing however just to be on the safe side.
It measures 12 1/2" across the top. It is 2 1/2" tall, and is 2" deep on the inside. Stamped on the bottom. The outer rim is all gold leafed while the inside and the bottom is white porcelain. Although it may be safe to place in the dishwasher, I prefer to handwash items such as these to preserve their beauty.
The tops, bottoms, and the letter scrolls are gold leaf while the actual salt and pepper shakers are white procelain. The stoppers do not come with them as they are for decoration only. Handwashing is recommended to preserve the gold leaf trims.
This serving dish does come from Germany, is hand painted, and is double handled. It has a scalloped, ornate gold trimmed rim to it. It is decorated with hand painted enamel flowers in the center, and a enameled floral design on the outer rim. It is hand stamped Germany and C.T. on the bottom. The C.T. stands for Carl Tielsch, who is the designer of this piece. A very beautiful serving dish made out of porcelain.
This bowl is comprised of high-impact styrene or high-impact synthetic plastic. The bottom is sterling silver and has a nice polish to it. I recommend handwashing in order to preserve the beauty of this item.
This is the original GM Frigidaire ice scraper in excellant condition. There are no chips or cracks that I could find. It made of durable plastic and has the GM emblem in blue on the side. It is embossed with the name Frigidaire.
A porcelain china jewelry or pin dish that is from Bavaria. It is stamped on the bottom of the dish. It is crescent shaped with a pink floral enamel design in the center and on the inner edges of the dish.
Made of white porcelain and stamped on the bottom. Notice the fine detail in the facial features of the stein? It is dishwasher safe, but I suggest using the gentle cycle to preserve the quality of the beer stein.
In pefect condition. I personally hand picked this because of the uniqueness of the cup. It is white porcelain on the inside and hand painted with blue lusterware paint on the outside. Handwashing is definitely recommended to preserve the blue lusterware paint.
The top outer shell is made totally out of mother of pearl shell which gives this compact the unique design. The rest of the compact is brass. It has a hinged clasp to keep the compact closed. The bottom round center of the compact opens up to hold loose powder while the compact sponge can be placed on top of the center round circle. The hinged compact flips open to reveal a beautiful mirror on the inside.
Made of white porcelain, with a blue floral embossed design both on the outer portion of the trinket box and on the outer upper portion of the trinket box. It is very delicate and I do recommend handwashing. I personally chose this at a sale I attended.
Has no stopper. Vintage 1960s. This is one of the original piggy banks that were produced. It has been in my family for years and does not have the original stopper. It is in the shape of a log cabin and if it does get dirty, is cleaned very easily.
Vintage 1970s. Egg is goldtone with raised colored cloisonné- blue, greens, and pinks. It can be used either as a pendant on a Christmas tree or an Easter tree. It can also be used as a showcase piece with it sitting on the display piece.
An esquisite piece for any lady to own. I have never encountered a sterling silver hair comb before this one was purchased. It has been hand polished by myself. The teeth are wide enough to grasp the lady's thick hair, and it has a lovely design on the band, making it elegant enough for any outfit.
Vintage 1960s. 3/4" tall and 5 1/4" wide. Composed of solid brass and even stamped INDIA on the back. It does have a rich floal design on the front with an interesting cut thru design as well. It has a plain type back with 4 brass footings for steadiness on the counter. I hand picked this trivet/pot holder because of the unique design and had to fend off 2 other ladies that were wanting it as well. It has been hand polished personally by us.
Has some vintage wear, but in pretty good shape. The wire mesh is very fragile naturally, and there is some vintage wear at the top of the purse near the closure. It has a rhinestone kiss closure which snaps together when closed. The purse also has a small chain attached to hold onto to when using.
Made out of solid wood and someone has taken the time to hand carve this beautiful bird designed letter opener. I personally hand picked it because I had never seen one like it before. The end is indeed sharp and will definitely open any letter you need opened.
Composed of stainless steel with an embossed stainless steel and enameled logo on the front. It took some time to clean it because not only did I personally hand wash it,but I also hand dryed it making sure there were no water spots on the cup. It roughly holds about a shot glass full of liquid
Comprised of stainless steel with a stainless steel and embossed logo on the front. It holds roughly a shot glass full of liquid. Personally hand washed and hand dried to ensure no water spots on the cup.
Made of white bone china with an embelloshed floral design both on the outer rim of the top cover but also on the outer rim of the bottom piece. It does come in 2 pieces- top and bottom. It is stamped on the bottom. It can be washed in the dishwasher, however, I recommend the gentle cycle. A wonderful piece to have on any special occassion.
Vintage 1950s Very Decorative Brooch and a 5 Link Panel Bracelet. A Rare Set for Any Proud Owner. The set is sterling silver with 14 kt gold inlaid on top of the sterling silver to give these pieces the unique design. It was chosen because of the rare design. We were the first ones at a sale just to get these set.
According to the research that I have been able to find, Aunt Lizzie is Mary Elizabeth and she married Albert Frazier "Ab" Turner. She died October 22, 1938. She is buried in Camp San Saba Cemetery, Camp San Saba, McCulloch County, Texas.
This is a very heavy glass egg with gold leaf floral design on the egg. It is one of my personal favorites because of the red color. I had 3 ladies trying to purchase this egg at the same time I was. Since it was the only egg there, I had to fight hard to get it.
Vintage 1950s. This ashtray has a funny scene embossed on it. One side shows the couple from the front and the woman saying "oh". The back side shows the man pinching her.
An unusual piece of work. This cricket cage is made of either pure yak bone of pure buffalo bone. The door slides easily up. It is believed that crickets symbolize longetivity and happiness. This cage was used to carry them from room to room in the home.
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