Beautiful antique child's black transferware pitcher that dates to 1830's. Both sides have a pattern of a damsel with a basket and her lamb with hollyhocks. There is a nice pattern around the neck and on both sides of the spout, around the foot and down the handle. It measures 3.25" high to the highest point and about 3" wide. There is a chip on the bottom foot. A beautiful antique piece!
Vintage James Kent chintz creamer in the beautiful Rapture pattern. The pattern has lovely pink roses, purple and yellow flowers. The creamer measures 2.75" high and 4.5" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks and there is overall faint crazing. It is marked James Kent LTD. Longton Made in Britain "Rapture" 3007. A great addition to your collection!
Lovely vintage sterling silver photo frame with beautiful details. The frame measures ^' by 4.5" and the opening is for photos measuring 5" x 3.5". The silver is marked 800 for european silver and the back of the frame is marked Made in Italy. It has a backstand for easy display.
A beautiful framed chromolithograph by James Hardy of a young huntsman hunting game with his 2 retriever dogs. James Hardy was a British painter (1832-1889) and the chromolithograph dates to the 19th Century. The chromolithograph measures about 14" x 18" and has a gilt matte and frame. The frame has some paint missing with some chips and scratches. It has a hanger on the back for easy hanging.
A beautiful framed chromolithograph by James Hardy of a scottish lad hunting pheasants with his 2 retriever dogs. James Hardy was a British painter (1832-1889) and the chromolithograph dates to the 19th Century. The chromolithograph measures about 14" x 18" and has a gilt matte and frame. The frame has some paint missing with some chips and scratches. It has a hanger on the back for easy hanging.
Antique sterling silver handle magnifying glass hallmarked Chester 1907. The sterling silver handle is very ornate with scrolls and 2 blank cartouches on either side. One side has the hallmark. It measures 4.25" long and the glass is 1.5" across. I could find nothing wrong with this!
Vintage Shelley chintz teacup and saucer in the lovely primrose pattern with pink accents. The cup measures 2.5" high and 3.5" across and the saucer measures 5.75" across. Both pieces are marked Fine Bone China Shelley England Primrose Chintz. There are no chips or cracks. A beautiful set!
Vintage Royal Winton chintz teapot in the very beautiful Hazel pattern. The teapot holds 2 cups (16 0z.) and measures 5" high to the top of the finial and 7" wide from end of spout to end of handle. There are no chips or cracks and the gold accents are shiny and bright. It is marked "Hazel" Royal Winton Grimwades Made in England. Definitely a one of a kind!
Lovely pair of Italian landscape framed watercolor paintings. The colors are beautiful with muted blues, greens, browns, and terracotta. They have a very nice wooden frame. One painting is marked on the back Villa Giutia, Bellagio, and the other is marked Villa Arionati, Lago di Como. It is Lake Como and the village of Bellagio. Each measures 7" x 5". A very charming pair!
Gorgeous antique begonia leaf majolica platter, c. 1850. The platter measures 12" long and 8" wide at its widest points. The platter has a brown stem handle, pale pink outer border with green/brown center. There are no chips or cracks and there is overall crazing. A similar platter on Ebay is for $195 and has damage. A beautiful piece!
Vintage brown transferware platter. It has a lovely decorative border with an English countryside scene with a horse and carriage, a dog, a steeple, and an inn with the sign Romping Donkey. It measures 11.5" long and 9" high. There are no chips or cracks and there are no maker's marks. A lovely platter.
Vintage Royal Winton chintz teacup and saucer in the gorgeous Balmoral pattern. The cup measures 2.5" high and 2.75" across. The saucer measures 4.75" across. There are no chips or cracks and the gold rim is bright. Both pieces are marked Royal Winton Grimwades Made in England. A rare find!