This tea strainer retains part of the original gold wash in the bowl is in excellent condition and if not the pattern is not Repousse it is mighty close and could certainly be used with it.
This watercolor signed Segitz has the look of early fall with leaves just beginning to turn and a small sailboat out in the river with pink colors in the background sky. The image is very strong with clear colors and a pleasing view.
The winged features of these figures make them look 19th century when in fact they were carved probably for molds and cast in plastic somewhere around 1950. The detail is quite good and the appeal would be classic Christmas. Priced as a set of 8 a few have a very minor bit of damage.
No doubt, Florida region along US A1A, this palm tree ocean side view is one travelers have seen for years. The print is a limited edition and marked as being number 18/50. The colors of red and gold reflecting the sunlight makes for a very tropical image. The artist name is Kidd and possibly a date of 81.The medium is some form of print or linocut and is very crisp.
In the 1950s when you ordered hot tea in a restaurant, they brought a hot water teapot and a tea bag for the diner to decide how strong they wanted the tea to be. This dark green Hall pottery individual sized teapot was probably a restaurant piece, but is in really good condition with no chps or cracks and ready for use in todays house. The top is covered with green pottery and twists to remove the top to add more hot water. There does not seem to be any chips or cracks. This is a rounded shape and classical form.
Post-war Britain was well-known for beautifully made silver with enameling. These spoons almost have an Art Deco view with a design that almost resembles two diamonds in enamel on the handle with a black diamond in the center of the two larger diamonds. Six different colors of enamel are displayed and the condition of the enamel is perfect.
This Doll has big black eyes and long painted lashes. Her arms are mobile but her legs are molded together. Her Baby Blue robe is fuzzy and has a white collar. The label on the back says Green Castle Ind .
An interesting small shape of a storage pot handmade by a craftsman with two incised rings around the top the rim has a slight flare and the stoneware appears to be made of reddish clay and the glaze is some form of grey and there are no makers marks visible. The piece originated in a prominent Knoxville, Tennessee antique dealers estate and she basically purchased Southern items, especially North Carolina, Tennessee & Virginia.
The bezel setting of this ring is beaded and the side mounting has evenly spaced decorations. The overall effect is of cool elegance and is not normal of western motif.
Japan created some of the best creamers during the early 20th Century. Roses with garlands of greenery together is well executed with almost a raised jewel feeling to the greenery. The blue border of the rim is very lustrous. There is nothing wrong, chips or cracks and the piece is very interesting.