$ 999.00 - Sold OutThis is a stunning piece of Victorian furniture. From the later 1800s. I am lucky enough to know some of the provenance on this piece and it was originally in a "house of ill repute" in Cripple Creek Colorado. It is handcarved darker wood with a cameo back. Believe it's walnut but not positive about that. The pink velvet is not original, it was reupholstered sometime in the 1980s. Please note shipping info below the measurements.
$ 65.00Lovely set of seventeen spoons from WM Rogers & Sons, made in 1900. This is the Sultana or Shell design. There are seven soup or table spoons and ten teaspoons. Stamped on the underside with WM. Rogers & Sons AA. I like the look of silver when it tarnishes so I've left it but these would polish up beautifully, I'm sure. Listing is for all seventeen pieces pictured, but because it is an odd number I am willing to break up the set. Please convo me if you'd like just one or a few pieces and we can set that up.
$ 26.00 - Sold OutElegant brass cabinet or perhaps drawer pulls from the earlier part of the 1900s. Gorgeously repoussed with scrolls and swirls. This is an interesting pull, I haven't seen others quite like it. They resemble a Chippendale style somewhat but with a drop pull instead of the typical swan neck pull. But, and here they differ yet again, they are meant to be hung vertically, not horizontally. So the longer sides go up and down. That way the pull hangs down. One could put them on horizontally as well but the pull will go from side to side that way . Listing is for the pair. Measures about 5.5" long. Stamped on the back of the drop with C&A and something I can't make out as its been rubbed away mostly. On the back of the plate itself is Made in England. If you are familiar with this hardware, please don't hesitate to msg me as I'm not an expert on old hardware and I'd love to learn more about these.
$ 15.00Charming clown figurines. Circa 1940s or 50s, and most likely made in Japan. Listing is for the three. They are just the sweetest things with their little painted faces. The largest stands about 4" tall and the two smaller about 3" tall. None of them are marked on the bottom which is why I'm not 100% sure they are Japanese. However, there is some sharpie markings on each which is most likely covering something, maybe that was a mark, or possibly an old price or something. I don't know, it was there when I acquired these.
$ 20.00Darling small prints in black metal frames of early Horseless Carriages. Perfect for a car lover or collector! There is a purple velvet backing and a circular metal hanger. They measure 4.25" x 3.25". The listing is for the pair. Please convo me if you're interested in that.
$ 38.00Charming and wonderfully aged coffee pot circa the 1940s. This is blue graniteware, also called agateware. There are some lovely dings and signs of the full life this has lived, and some fantastic age to various areas. This is a large pot, about 12" tall at its tallest point, not including when the handle is up ( having the handle up adds about another 3-4", and about 14" wide including the spout. Would be utterly charming in a garden or on a farmhouse table filled with wildflowers! Has a wonderful little metal tag on the handle too, it says "Rock Club". So cute!
$ 20.00Charming and wonderfully aged enamelware or painted metal breadbox circa the 1940s. Blue and cream with blueberries. There are some lovely dings and signs of the full life this has lived, and some fantastic age to various areas. This is about 8" tall and about 13" wide, and 10" deep. Would be utterly charming in a garden or in a vintage or country kitchen. This is a double layer box, and each layer has its own door.
$ 20.00Darling storage tin from the National Can Co. featuring a print of strawberries. From about the 1940s. I adore the red lid and all the charming shabby dings and scratches. I almost kept this for myself. Would be great for just about any use you can think of for a tin like this. Stamp on the bottom says Nation Can Co, New York. This is a larger can. Measures about 4" tall and 10" in diameter.
$ 28.00Large Sir Walter Raleigh tobacco tin circa 1940s. Red and black with the face of Himself featuring on the front. The lid lifts off and can be pushed down to seal. On the bottom of the tin are some old stickers that show the "tobacco tax" was paid. This little piece of history and story is SO CHARMING!!!! This is a larger size, 14 oz container, and perfect for any collection. Measures about 5" tall and 5" in diameter.
$ 28.00Large Prince Albert tobacco tin circa 1940s. Red and yellow and white with a portrait of Himself featuring on the front. There is a sticker on the front declaring this to have been used by a previous owner to hold mixed nails. :) The lid has a attached can opener thingy that pries it up to lift off and then can be pushed down to seal. This is SO CHARMING!!!! This is a larger size, and perfect for any collection. Measures about 5.25" tall and 5" in diameter.
$ 18.00Darling little travel laundry line circa 1940s. Striped fabric bag in primary colors with a solid blue faille lining. Inside is a cardboard card with 10 small wooden clothespins and a string. I'm tempted to keep this just because I think its so charming. Measures 6" by 4". No label.
$ 20.00Charming prints in bronze filigree frames of regency or Victorian era children, a boy and a girl. The prints are behind glass covers. They measure 8.5" x 5.75" including the frames. There are round wire hanging hooks on the back. The back of the frame is stamped with FR2 BIS. My research has shown me these are from Italy, or the frames are at least. The listing is for the pair.
$ 20.00Darling little bronze cherub. Looks like he's holding a book, or tablet perhaps. I've seen pen holders similar to this so I am assuming that's what he originally was. But, if you look at the last photo you can see a flat area with a hole in the center. That's most liikely where the "holder" part of this as, and its no longer there. So now this is just a sweet little décor piece. Unless you can fix it or upcycle it into something else. Its so cute! stands about 4.75" tall and at the widest is just over 4". Hollow inside. No marks.
$ 15.00 - Sold OutCharming white metal trinket box, possibly enamel ware, circa 1950s. Antiqued gold tone decorative scroll work trim. There is a hinged lid with a clear glass cabochon in the center. Inside it is lined in red velvet. Measures about 3.5" in diameter and about 2" tall. No markings.
$ 32.00Lovely framed and matted print of Georgiana the Duchess of Devonshire (nee Lady Georgiana Spencer, born 1757--this is the character Keira Knightly plays in the film "The Dutchess"). Print is circa 1950s. Matted in pale peach which has faded to have areas of soft white for a really charming feminine effect. The print is in faded green and pink and grey. The frame is wood like ( I think maybe a resin or syroca) with gold paint in a faux finish over cream. Measures a hair over 18" tall and a hair under 16" wide, including the frame. Has the wire for hanging and a sticker on the back saying its was framed correctly at The Little Gallery in Winnipeg Canada.
$ 10.00The cutest little vintage hanky or accessory bag. Its more of a folder really, as it folds over to protect the items inside, but doesn't have a closure of any sort. Its reversible, but I think the print side is intended to be the outer one. It is white with tiny polkadots also in a more substantial white and little pink roses. The other side is solid blush pink with a little pink rose painted in the corner. Your guess is as good as mine as to whether the painted rose was original to the bag or an add on by a previous owner. Feels like a rayon on one side and acetate on the other ( pink) side
$ 7.00 - Sold OutCharming black metal tole tray, painted in a floral design of yellows and pinks and crimsons. This is circa 1950s or 60s. Measures 14.25" by 9" wide. There is no makers mark.
$ 18.00Lovely little silent butler by Sheffield Silver Co circa 1950s. Silver plate over copper. Marks on the back are EPC with 3 symbols including a crown, and the number 3000. Please see photo. Stands just over 1.25" tall and is just shy of 6" in diameter at its widest, not including the handle. Handle is 4.5" long, and wood.
$ 38.00Lovely four place settings, twelve piece cutlery set of fork, knife and teaspoon. Stamped on the underside with Supreme Silverplate. I like the look of silver when it tarnishes so I've left it but these would polish up beautifully, I'm sure. Listing is for all twelve pieces pictures.
$ 27.00 - Sold OutCute metal lap tray circa 60s or 70s. Winter white with painted butterflies and darker green leaves. There are streaks of gold as well. There are foldable metal supports underneath. Its 17" long, 12.5" wide and stands about 6" tall when the legs are unfolded.
$ 16.00Pretty in pink vintage lingerie bag. Would be equally perfect for hosiery, hankies, or anything else you'd like to keep in it. Ballet pink satin inside and out trimmed in ivory lace with a lace applique front and center. Ties closed with ivory satin ribbon.
$ 18.00Cool looking silver tone pitcher, circa 1950s. I believe this is Aluminum. Stands 7.75" tall and is about 5.75" in diameter at its widest, not including the handle. This is really cool and perfectly mid century looking. Whats extra fun is that it has this slight pinkish hue which is even more apparent inside the interior of the pitcher. Marked "Flamingo by Nasco. Italy.
$ 45.00Darling original paintings of yellow flowers on canvas stretched on wood frames. There is no glass or other cover and no hanging hardware on back, but there is an opening under the frames where these could just sit on a couple nails or something, or one could attach hardware if one wanted. There are two of daffodils and one of sunflowers and they were painted by a F.B. Du. P ( or possibly the last initial is R, its hard to tell). These are very cute. The larger ones measure 5x7" and the small is just shy of 4" square. The listing is for the set of tree, but I'm open to selling them individually. Please convo me if you're interested in that.
$ 60.00Lovely pink rose porcelain candle holders. Circa 1960s, by Nuova Capodimonte, made in Italy. Listing is for the pair. Pretty ombre pink flowers in a base of green leaves. Each stands about 4" tall and 5" wide. One still has the original sticker, and both show the makers mark on the bottom.
$ 10.00Darling little prints of country English cottages mounted o solid wood bases. They are very much in the style of Thomas Kinkade but there is no signature so doubtful that its his work. Measures just over 3.75" tall and 4.25" wide, including the wood base. Has a loop on back for hanging. The listing is for both.
$ 18.00This is the cutest little brass quartz mantel clock. Circa 1980s. Battery operated. Works great.
$ 28.00Wonderfully rustic old ice tongs, probably very early 1900s. There is no makers mark on them. When closed they measure just about 12.5" from tip to handle. When open they get to about 13.75" wide. Excellent condition, they open and close with no problem. These are rustic and old, and do have some rust and signs of age. And one handle is slightly bent. Does not affect their use at all though.
$ 16.00Darling framed print of Victorian fashions. Godeys was a premiere fashion magazine during the 1800s. These prints were often cut from the magazine and framed. This one is from 1872. The frame is newer I believe, though still quite old, wood painted with gold. Measures 5.5" tall and 4.5" wide, including the frame. Has the wire for hanging.
$ 7.00Darling salt and pepper shakers circa 1940s or 50s. My research is placing these as most likely made in Japan. There are no markings. So cute. Measures approx. 3" from the tip of the tail feather to the tip of the beak. There are no corks.
$ 32.00Lovely framed and matted print of Rothermel's "The Trial of Harry Vane". Print is by R Dudensing, and circa 1920s, but I believe it was framed later. Matted in oatmeal linen and behind glass. The frame is silvery wood or pressed wood. Measures a hair over 13.5" square, including the frame. Has the wire for hanging.
$ 12.00Large litre size glass mason jar with attached lid and rubber ring. Embossed into the glass of the lid is "Hermetic" and on the bottom it says, " Made in Italy, 1L" Stands about 7.5" tall and just about 3.5" wide at the base. The mouth opening is 3" wide. Would be a great canister or flower vase!
$ 12.00Extra large half gallon size glass mason jar circa 1940s. Embossed into the glass is "Presto Supreme Mason" on the front and round back "MFD. by Illinois Glass Co." There is no lid. Stands about 9" tall and just about 4.5" wide at the base. The mouth opening is 2.5" wide. Would be a great canister or flower vase!
$ 36.00Charming prints in wooden frames of regency or Victorian era women. One lady is done up in Grecian style and the other with curls and a red fur robe. The prints are on wood, and there are no glass covers. They measure 10.75" x 8.75" including the frames. There are hanging materials on the back, but they are a little different. One is a wire and the other is a hook. The hook tends to fall off the nail on one side but it slips back over easily and is sturdy when hanging as the frames weight holds it on. The listing is for the pair.
$ 10.00Mid Century glass fruit juicer/reamer. Seems larger than the average. There are no makers marks, but my guess is Anchor Hocking. Don't hold me to it though. About 6" in diameter, not including the little handle and spout, about 4.5" tall to top of reamer.
$ 16.00Mid Century manual whisk with glass jar. Lid and top of handle is plastic, whisk itself is metal. This is a 2 cup quantity container. Stamp on bottom says Federal Housewares. About 10" tall.
$ 24.00A pair of gorgeous candlestick holders. I believe these are crystal, they have that slick feel and they make that lovely ringing sound when pinged with a fingernail, but I can't swear to it so I'm pricing these as cut glass. Either way they are really eegant and beautiful. Each stands about 5" tall and 3.5 " wide at the base. The listing is for the pair.
$ 19.00Lovely red Pyrex casserole dish with lid ( lid with the handles at either side). This is a 2.5 quart square hostess ovenware bowl, number 525-C. Measures 9.25" across not including the lid handles and stands about 3.5" tall. There is no pattern. Stamped on the bottom with Pyrex. Please see condition below.
$ 18.00This is a gorgeous set of salt and pepper shakers from what I suspect is sometime in the 1920s or possibly 30s based on their having screw caps. They may be older even, they look it. They are marked with 2311 on the bottom, which research has informed me means silver plate on copper. There is also another makers mark, which I find impossible to make out. Research keeps pointing to the 2311 being mostly FB Rogers, but I could swear these marks start with a W and then an H or B. So your guess is as good as mine. Either way, these are really sweet, with each panel on the sides having a Dutch scene, like a windmill, etc...As mentioned the lids screw off, there are no corks or bottom openings. They stands about 2" tall and are about 1.25" at the widest.
$ 10.00Pretty Porcelain Trinket Box circa 1960s. This darling little box in mint green is in the shape of a seashell ( conch I think it is?) . The sides of the base were marked with scrolls that resemble waves. 5.75" at its widest and just about 3" at its tallest with the lid on.
$ 10.00 - Sold OutDarling mini pocket or purse hand mirror. Features pretty floral needlepoint on the back against a base of tea stained mesh. The frame and handle are gold tone and there is filigree round the actual mirror glass. Very small at a diminutive 3.5" long and 1.75 " wide at the widest part.