Condition: New or Vintage & antique
Delta Air Lines condiment dishes, set of 6. Dark blue and platinum. 2 inches across and about 1 1/4 deep.
Condition: 5 are nice and can't tell they have been used. One has stack marks and a bruse on the rim.
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6 inches high, about 8 inches with the lid. About 5 1/2 wide.
Decorated front and back. No mark. I am guessing that it is Japanese late 60s or early 70s.
Condition: no damage.
Bareuther 31 piece dinnerware service, water color floral, 1940s Germany US Zone.
31 piece Dinnerware Set:
eleven 10 inch dinner plates
eleven 7 3/4 salad plates
Eight 5 1/4 berry bowls
One 13 inch platter
Pink and blue water color flowers and white daisies. Marked "Bareuther, Bavaria Germany, US-Zone, 13 28." Dating these to the 1940s.
Condition: Excellent. Light to no signs of use.
Quatrefoil shape. Demitasse size, the cup is 2 1/8 inch high and the saucer is 4 1/2 inch. Raised pattern of a medallion and leaves with a draped pattern on the back and on the saucer. Marked "Made in Germany." These were popular around 1900.
Condition: Excellent. Just some gold wear on the cup rim.
Only 4 inches. Marked Figlio di Carlo I, unknown pottery mark, and Italy. Child in bonnet on black enamel background, gold rim. I believe this is a child of a Bavarian king of the 1600s. Not sure. The plate looks to be early 20th century from the mark.
Condition: Gold loss.
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Large heavy serving bowl with painted roses on transfer and gilded with copper luster. 10 inches across and 4 1/3 inches high.
Marked "Leadless Glaze." We do not know who made it but most likely made in Staffordshire, England around 1870.
Condition: It has crazing.
From the Thimble Collectors Club per the card. Bone china, made in England. The card is included.
Just over 1 inch tall.
Condition: No damage.
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Rectangle serving platter from the Aesthetic Period, brown transfer of boats, butterflies, cattails, and flowers.
16.25 by 12 inches.
Dates from 1882-1891. Marked "Stonier Hollinshead & Oliver, Handley, Coburg, Staffordshire." Impressed "14."
Condition: No chips or cracks. It does have fine crazing. Very light utensil scratches and it is stained.
This could be cleaned with the peroxide recipe, and I often do clean my items, but some people like old ironstone as found.
Boxed set for easy gift giving. 3 inch tall ceramic shaker, Mikasa, salt & pepper shakers
Condition: New discontinued
Pedestal base and high dome lid. Bright pink roses on pure white china with gold trim. Holds just over 2 quarts. About 8 3/4 inches diameter, not counting the handles.
An interesting piece marked only for the retailer "Cardiff, Primaves et Sons, Swansea Newport." 1850-1915. This Welch store carried Staffordshire and Welch china and had the factories print only their name. Though this piece looks more like German porcelain circa 1910.
Condition: No damage except for gold loss as shown. Very clean and usable.
Set of 3 salad plates, 7 7/8 inches. Brightly painted bird and flowers over transfer with luster border. Marked Whieldon Ware Pheasant F. Winkle & Co England."
Condition. One plate has a chip underneath as shown.
Professionally painted gooseberries and currants on a pastel ground. The blank was made by Rosenthal. Painted by F. Torres of D'Arcy's decorating studio of Kalamazoo, Michigan, early 1900s.
Condition: No damage at all. The surface looks great, just minor wear to the gold.