Cookie Jar, Heirloom Mold, #1001. This lovely cookie jar is 9 tall to the top of the lid. It is an off-white color with beautifully embossed pink flowers on deep brown stems, and pale blue and white embossed clouds floating between and above them. The lid and the base are trimmed in gold. Aside from a little under-the-glaze manufacturer-done gray color on the underside edge of the lid, the jar is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. It has the Heirloom Mold 1001 mark.
Vintage Ashtray, House of Gregory, Boomerang. This lovely 60's vintage 3-footed ashtray has five holders. It measures 10 x 5 1/2 , and is pale beige overall with tiny green speckles throughout the piece. Although not many people smoke, it is an ideal dish that can be used for candy, nuts or small fruit. This ashtray is in great condition--looks like its never been used. It has the House of Gregory Orig signature.
Very nice vintage Hyalyn cookie jar with strawberry motif. pre-1973. This cookie matches the cannister set I sold awhile ago. It is a large cookie jar with no chips or cracks. Good usable condition. It stands 9 inches tall x 7 wide at bottom. Marked: Hyalyn USA and 926? Hard to read the number. Hyalyn went out of business in 1973. 6/12scs
Vintage Hand-Crafted Vegetable Bowl, Holland Mold, by Marlene. This beautiful ivory-white bowl is 11 long, 7 1/2 wide. and 2 1/4 deep. It is vibrantly embossed all over the inside with carrots, tomatoes, green peppers, peas, apples and other vegetables. It has light crazing reflecting its age. It is otherwise in perfect condition--no chips or cracks. The bottom is marked D.D.C. and 1981 . Bowl34 is made by the same person but this bowl is not signed by her.
Picture Frame, Joy's Ceramics, Porcelain. This lovely picture frame is ivory porcelain embossed all around with purple flowers and geen leaves. The effect is beautiful. Just waiting for a special picture to be inserted. It is in excellent condition with the Joy's Ceramics label.
Vintage Hand-Crafted Vegetable Bowl, Holland Mold, signed by Marlene. This beautiful ivory-white bowl is 11 long, 7 1/2 wide. and 2 1/4 deep. It is vibrantly embossed all over the inside with carrots, tomatoes, green peppers, peas and other vegetables. It has light crazing reflecting its age. It is otherwise in perfect condition--no chips or cracks. The bottom has the Holland Mold mark and is signed Marlene 1979 .
Candy Dish, FIGI, All That Glistens . This candy dish is 4 tall and 6 1/8 in diameter. The bowl is beautifully embossed with green leaves, lavender trail and gold stars. Each segment is separated with a pink embossed line. The bowl is in excellent condition with the FIGI mark.
2 Piece Candle Holder Vase, Vintage, Lovina Ceramics, Los Angeles, Calif. This 1950's set measures 2 high and 7 in diameter. There are two separate pieces which fit together to form a candle holder and vase. They are heavily gold trimmed on white porcelain sitting on three little stands around the bottom edge. There are some small factory-done glaze skips and discoloration on the inside bottom of the candle holder, and one little paint flek on the underside bottom edge. It is otherwise in very good vintage condition. It has the Lovina Ceramics U.S.A. label and mark.
These majestic bookends are about 10 tall. I believe they are supposed to be Egyptian heads. These are very rare. I find no damage to either piece. The shiny finish makes it very difficult to take a photo that does justice to the absolute beauty of these bookends. They have the hyalyn cork bottom with the stamped name.
Figural Holstein Cow Platter, L A Ceramics. What an entertaining and unusual serving tray this is. It measures 17 by 11 and the cow is 6 tall. She is standing in a pasture in one corner of the platter with grass in her mouth and underfoot. It looks like she was interrupted while grazing. The platter is adorable and in excellent condition with the L A Ceramics mark on the bottom.
Vintage Hyalyn Pottery pitcher. c.1943-1973. Nice pitcher with strawberries on it, very similar to the McCoy pitchers put out in the 1950's-60's. It is marked: #905, and 'hyalyn' in an oval, and USA under the oval. (see Lehner's book of marks). This pitcher is in very good condition, no chips or cracks, just one tiny irregular clay spot near the spout, but it is glazed, and is not chipped. This pitcher measures 6 high x 3.35 wide. Hyalyn was made in Hickory, N.C., and went out of business in 1973.