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 .
The cathedrals and churches of Europe are major points of interest. This engraving dated 1928 and marked as being printed by Alfred Bell of London shows a very detailed interior with lots of carving on the Gothic Arches, Fluted Columns, Stained Glass Windows and all sorts of ornaments, even down to the Bible Stand. The pencil artist name is almost impossible to read but the work is exquisite. This is a little jewel, and the photo does not do it justice. The paper marks in the lower left identify all sorts of markings just like British silver.
This watercolor by Horst Lorenz shows a log cabin and two other buildings. There is a small body of water in front of the cabin and in it sits a small canoe. The overall feeling of this piece is one of peacefulness and would be wonderful for a vacation home.
This view of 2 children playing by a forked stream has a steam train going across a tall arched column bridge behind. The bridge is very architectural with heavy dental style molding showing across the top of the bridge. The painting has been cleaned, relined and is in an old, if not original frame. The appeal of the children in the period victorian clothing is undeniable, the steam train interesting, and the entire scene one of innocence and nostalgia. This is an oil on canvas and is in excellent condition.
This white 14K ladys wrist watch keeps excellent time and has an unbelievable retro look.
Everybody loves cake plates and this set of 4 is in good condition with no visible chips or cracks. The greenish tones behind the purple or light lilac flowers make for the nature theme of leaves and greenery. The outer edge is gold banded and these are almost paper thin.
Great graphics on this wonderful Armours lard tin in good shape. Tin has spotty rust and bits of paint loss but is still a great display item and wear is consistent with age. Tin is complete with lid and handle hardware is complete and in good working order. Great addition to your country store collection.
A well written book telling the history of this region by an author who understands the section. Excellent condition and good for readers of regional history.
This 1860 era mirror is remarkable for its age. The basic mirror has numerous waves and bubbles with a good silver backing still in place. The frame itself has a good solid susrface with a crack running along the top liner of the mirror but not a problem to the frame structurally or in any manner a problem to the glass surface below. This piece is over 140 years of age and for the age and use, is remarkable. If you were doing a dressing room or restored old bathroom, this would be ideal for use.
This creamer shows the Hawaiian seal and symbols prior to statehood with what appears to be figures holding various staffs and possibly lights. The inscription reads UA MAUKEEAOKAAINAIKA PONO and Souvenir of Honolulu T. H. The effect is charming and colorful.