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Gorgeous! This lovely shaped tea cup is in pink with lots of elegant gold gilt. It is marked "Lady Eleanor Queen Anne Fine Bone China England."
This fantastic tea cup is in super condition. It just sparkles and shines beautifully.
There are no chips or cracks. A great piece that would be the favorite of your collection!
Lovely and hard to find, these condensed milk jars (or some may call them jam jars) usually have a small saucer underneath of them. The jar has a hole in the bottom for keeping it chilled with ice. You place the condensed milk can inside and it keeps cool on your table while you have your luncheon or tea.
It measures approx. 5 1/2" high. The rose transfer looks good and there is a lustre sheen to the green areas of the jar.
Such a lovely piece to have! No chips or cracks.
What a lovely, shabby flea market find! This vintage rose painting is an oil on canvas and contains 8 roses and 8 rose buds. It is signed by the artist on the front and written on the back as well, RITTER.s
With the wooden frame it measures approx. 12 3/4" x 10 3/4".
Wonderful for that perfect space in your sitting area!
Used in an era when you had a separate little dish sitting by your plate, just for butter.
This set of four petite pink rose Haviland & Co. butter pats are in great condition and waiting for you to add them to your collection or tea party table.
Each butter pat measures approx. 3" in diameter.
Marked on the back, Haviland & Co., Limoges, France.
Beautiful! This B&H (Blakeman & Henderson) Limoges covered serving dish or small soup tureen is in super condition with petite roses and gold gilding. It has two elegant handles and the lid is fully intact with its handle as well.
It is marked on the bottom "B&H Limoges, France" and then there is another stamp for the store it was made for, probably in the late 1800's through the turn of the century:"P.G Diener, Harrisburg, PA"
It measures 9" from handle to handle and is approx. 5 3/4" high.
A superb piece!
This is a great BINGO set from the 1940's - 1950's era. A ball is caught by a small metal cup at the bottom of the cage and when you turn the wooden handle, it brings the ball up to the top. There is a little door to open to put the balls in or to take them out. You also receive the little wooden balls which are hard to find. There is only one missing. You receive a whole box of cards in their original box which is marked Made in USA AP Games. There are 50 in all and they are numbered in the lower right hand corner, in sequence.Receive a box filled with the little black card stock "chips" too. Great fun for a club or organization that likes to play games!
Another great use is for decorating a game, family, or boy's room!
The cage measures approx. 13" high. The width of the wooden base is: 14"Very nice quality, well made in the USA.
A beautiful oyster plate with a pretty pink petite rose garland design and gold accents. A lovely addition to your summer table! Measures approx. 8 1/2" in diameter. Marked in gold on the back, Limoges. Not sure of age but it sure is lovely!