$ 59.93 $ 114.95
This is a lovely piece of Staffordshire Flow Blue. It was made in the very early 1900's as a giveaway piece for Flagg & Willis House Furnishers in Brockton, Mass. The plate features the "Chain of States" pattern. The plate measures 9" in diameter.
This is in excellent condition overall with very small signs of age or use. There are some tiny scratches or spots of wear. I do not see any chips or cracks. Please see pictures for more details.
$ 39.94 $ 49.95
We have for your consideration a lot of twelve (12) pieces of light green depression glass made by Hocking Glass Company between 1935-1938. The pattern is 'Roulette' or 'Many Windows.' Included in this lot are:
$ 24.94 $ 29.95
We have for your consideration a set of two Kewpie-themed Danbury Mint collector plates. Each is by Gary Otteson and is marked 'A2303.' Each is 8 1/4" diameter. Kewpie Delight shows Kewpies sharing an ice cream drink. Sugar Babies shows Kewpies with a box of chocolate candies. Each is dated 1994.These collector plates are pre-owned. Each is in excellent condition. There is no original box.
$ 39.94 $ 44.95
We have for your consideration a pair of antique matching transferware plates. Each 10 1/2" diameter plate features pale blue color on white ceramic. In the center of each is a Victorian style landscape with two courting couples. Each is marked 'J & G Alcock Cobridge Cologne' on the back.These plates are pre-owned and were used only for display. One plate shows crazing with discoloration. The other plate has a hairline full-thickness crack (seen but not felt). These are pictured.