Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old Nippon dresser set. This comes with a matching powder box and hair receiver. The lid to the receiver has been repaired and there is also a large chip from the rim as shown. The lid also has a chip on the inner rim. The powder box is in excellent condition. They stand on 3 tiny ball feet. There is a blue ring which has tiny flowers painted on it. It is than trimmed in gold. both are marked with the rising sun mark that is from about 1890 to about 1921. Very pretty set. They stand 2 1/2" tall by 4" wide. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is this stunning figurine of a Borzoi AKA Russian Wolfhound. It is simply marked Japan in blue ink. The original store label is still intact. It was sold at F.W.Woolworth Co. for a whopping 39 cents! It is in excellent condition. Stands just under 3" tall by 6 1/4" long.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old ceramic rooster figurine. This is simply stamped in black Japan up under his tail feather. He is in near mint condition. His coat is an ivory with black stripped tail. The red cold paint is in excellent condition. He stands 5 1/4" tall by 3 1/2" wide. He even has feather embossed into his little behind! I have a hen that might be his mate.
Featured for your enjoyment is a great old hen figurine. She is done in a gray with black bands. She is marked simply Japan in black on the back of her base. She is in excellent condition right done to the cold paint on her comb. She stands a proud 5 1/4" tall by 3 1/2" wide. Now I also have a rooster that is lighter in color and might just be her mate.
Featured for your enjoyment is a pair of polar bear figurines. This little guys are highlighted with fawn on their paws, nose and ears. They are very well made. Both are marked in black, Japan. One has a purple 10 on his bottom. My guess is that is the original price. The walking bear stands 2" tall by 3 1/2" long. The sitting bear is just shy of 3" tall by 2 1/4" wide. Both are in near mint condition.
Featured for your enjoyment is this adorable little black bear figurine. His tummy has a black Japan stamp on it. He is in excellent condition. He stands 2" tall by 3 1/2" long. He is the exact mold of the walking polar bear I also have so I would assume the same factory.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful piece of U.S. Glass. This is their late 20’s Floral and Diamond Band sherbet in the green. I have 3 of these up for sale. They all have a little rough mold line around the rim. They stand 3 3/8" tall by 3 1/2" wide. These are for sale as singles.
Featured for your enjoyment is a lovely 3 piece cream and sugar set from Anchor Hocking Glass. This is their Grape Harvest pattern in milk glass from the 70’s. The set is in excellent condition. Comes with the creamer, 4 1/4" tall by 4 1/2" wide. The sugar just shy of 4" tall by 3 1/4" wide. This also has the original tray which is 8 3/4" long by 5 1/4" wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is a great old tin canister set. This set has a yellow blossom pattern with the tops also done in yellow. All 4 canisters are here and in wonderful condition. The tallest stands 7 3/4" tall by 7 1/4" wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is this great old metal money box. It is marked Made in England on the inner rim. I do not have a key for it but it is currently open. The center lifts out so paper bills can be placed underneath. The center slides to open with the sides flip open. It has a brass handle. I love the gold and maroon striped used on it. does show normal use scuffs here and there. Stands, with handle down, 3 1/8" tall by 8" long and 4 7/8" deep. You should have no trouble getting a key fitted for it. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is a lovely cup and saucer from Fire King. This is in their peach luster color with the Three Bands pattern from the 50’s. Both cup and sauce have the three ripple bands around the edge pattern. Some scuffing to the luster on the cup and saucer. Cup stands 2 3/8" tall by 4 5/8" long. Saucer is 5 3/4" across.
Featured for your enjoyment is a lovely old hat. It is stamped inside Glenover. Tag reads Union Made. It is made of wool with a feather front. A net is then placed over the entire hat. It is in excellent condition. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is a simply stunning old hat made of peacock feathers. Inside is a tag which reads Nancie Originals. There is also some printing under this which the tag is like glued to. I can see 100" wool. That would be the inside of the hat. It is a stunning old hat in excellent condition. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is one of the most striking old hats I have even come across. This is made of feathers, unknown bird. It is in the natural colors. It sits with a point at the center of the face. Quite a stunning appearance this gives. The two back tails are slightly curled under. This gives a realist bird appearance. The feather on top is velour. It is tagged Erna Kasack Frankfurt A.M. Oederweg. I have an old cardboard hat box this came in and I will ship it with the hat. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old toy. this is called a piano book. It is made by Toy Creations in 1939. Open the lid and there is a numbered book of songs. Just tap the numbered piano keys to play the song. The book inside is loose but still all there. All keys still play. What a great old find! Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is a great old balsa wood model. This is from Sig Manufacturing. It is their ‘29er. Box is open but all parts are intact and untouched. Free shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is this wonderful and very hard to find Audubon print. This is by J. W. Audubon. I think it is from the 40’s. It is an older print and to date I have not found one other like it. It is matted and in excellent condition. Framed in a simple wooden frame. Frame shows it’s age. With frame it measures 22 1/2" by 19 1/2" tall. It is a lovely scene of a buck and doe feeding quietly in the forest.