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From a very old Vermont estate, I found this dress at the bottom of a box of old linens. After washing and resetting the lace collar, what we have now is a wonderful calico dress for a large china head doll. The pink circles are made up of tiny circles. Beautifully tailored by treadle with hand sewing, it has the slope shoulders, narrow waist and the low inset thin arms for the china doll's skinny lower arms. Pretty handmade lace adorn the wrists which match the collar, The waist has tiny match stick pleats and lovely wide tuck pleats run from the chest down to the waist. The top of the chest is faced on the inside with another linen. On the very full skirt there are 6 rows of tucks. When I pulled the dress out of the box at the estate, incredibly, I found the waist was held together with a mourning pin that contains woven hair. Read more and to purchase, click on link below: http://www.rubylane.com/item/799758-0001984
Marx Newlywed tin toy kitchen, with two pieces of furniture, a yellow chair and a white table with blue place settings. Blue and white lithographed walls feature a clock flanked by lights, an old-fashioned telephone, 2 French doors, borders, tiles, and 2 windows on the back. Has a red and white diamond checkerboard patterned floor. From the 1920s - '30s era, the Marx Company manufactured a whole house series of these metal dollhouse rooms, complete with miniature tin furniture. 5" L x 2 1/2" W x 3" H (13 x 6 x 8 cm). This has a fair amount of rust on it, but the designs are still visible. It is missing the rest of the original furniture, which may be found for sale occasionally on the Internet. https://www.etsy.com/listing/198504722/marx-newlywed-tin-room-kitchen?ref=shop_home_active_8
Elsies Attic's insight:
can't beat this marx tin toy kitchen when collecting vintage items!
Antique Flow Blue PlateCauldon EnglandCandiaThis plate has a beautiful floral design and is a wonderful flow blue colorThe back mark is shown and dates this piece to c. 1910.It is in very good antique condition with cracks or crazing - there is a rim flake - see picturesThis special flow blue plate measures 10 1/4 inches across~ Special Antique Items Are Added Often At Holly Lane Antiques! ~ To Find This Antique Plate In Our Etsy Shop Click Here -
This burnished copper fondue pot saucepan comes with a brass food warmer stand. Pots like these were popular during the 1960s and 70s. The height of the set is 8 3/4" overall. The pot with lid measures 4 3/4" tall and is 6 1/2" in diameter at the widest point. The interior of the pot is metal lined. $22.50 plus S/H The handle is a hard plastic material and it is attached to the pot with a brass plate and copper rivets. This set is in very good used vintage condition. The brass warmer was originally coated with shellac to keep the brass bright. Well, it didn't work and it was quite patinaed when I purchased it. We removed as much of the shellac as we could and polished it. There is some remaining to the rim of the burner. When the pot is in place, you don't see it. I have taken this into consideration when pricing. For more pictures and ordering information click this link.
Purchase This Item Here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/196454673/vintage-benedict-indestructo-soda?ref=listing-0 Offered are 3 Chrome pedestal ice cream holders with the original pink plastic inserts made by the M.S. Benedict Manufacturing Company, which is well known for their ice cream scoops. These cups were a part of the Indestructo line that was developed in the 1920s for soda fountains, hotels, restaurants etc. The name was intended to suggest the items were especially durable. The Benedict company went out of business in 1945 so these pieces would date from the 1920s - 1945. The bottom of the holders are marked “Benedict Indestructo Chromium Plate Made in USA 1095”. The bottom of the inserts are marked “Benedict Indestructo Beauty Cup” and these inserts are not normally found! The price is for all 3 pieces.
Elsies Attic's insight:
what a retro way to eat ice cream with these vintage ice cream bowls.
The dog was the first domesticated animal and has been the most widely kept working, hunting, and pet animal in human history. According to archaeological findings, domestication of dogs already occured more than 15,000 years ago!
These cute Betty Boop salt and pepper shakers appear to have never been used and come in their original cardboard box. They sport pink polka dots and Betty's cute head on red high heel pumps. They have plastic stoppers. The shoes are about 4.25" long and stand about 2.25" high. A really cute set for the salt & pepper shaker collector or Betty Boop fan. No damage at all. Made in China. Not microwave or dishwasher safe. Price: $12 To purchase via Paypal, click on this link:https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_butt... To purchase by check or money order, or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com
Elsies Attic's insight:
Betty Boop salt and pepper shakers make any table fun
This is a vintage chalkware Bosson Head Brettonne woman wall hanging wall plaque.The head measures 5 and 1/2 inches high by 7 inches wide and is 3 and 1/2 inches deep. The back is stamped with the Bosson logo and the hanging divot is in tact.The color and detail on this head are really vivid and there are no chips on the face. There is a flake on the bottom right lace part of the collar. This head was produced from 1984 to 1992. I just love the cheery expression and detail on her face! This is a wonderful addition to any Bosson collection! Free shipping is available for destinations within the continental United States. For more photos and info click here!
Amazing 1989 Rowe pottery salt glaze crock with lid in pristine condition! Large and heavy! Rowe pottery is still in existence and their past pieces have become quite collectible and pricey. The piece alone weighs almost 7 pounds. With packaging, etc. shipping weight should be around 9 to 10 pounds. Please note that the piece is a little darker than what is pictured due to that nasty camera flash ;-). The piece comes in magnificent, vintage condition with no chips, cracks, etc. and is very clean! There are some areas that my camera flash picked up that looks like a little salt glaze loss due to use. But I can't see this with the naked eye. AVAILABLE FOR BIDS HERE: EUC Large, Heavy Vintage 1989 Rowe Pottery Salt Glazed Pottery Crock w/Lid
This is a interesting and very pretty antique art nouveau fan.The heavy parchment peacock feather is die cut and pierced to look like lace. They feathers are hand painted in detail, and gilded. The tines appear to be horn or tortoise, they do not look like celluloid to me. 8 pretty pink lacy leaves and a loop at the bottom with a tiny nail, this is a nice and perhaps rare antique fan. http://www.rubylane.com/item/799758-000193
The Pentax P30 t was introduced in 1990. It's been film tested.It's a really nice camera that has full manual controlor aperture priority (marked with a big green A on the lens dial),meaning, you set the f-stops and the camera suggests a matching shutter speed.There is a built in light meter in the viewfinder. It's very bright andeasy to use. I've installed 2 new LR44 button batteries to powerthe light meter. You can also use SR44 batteries and I'vebeen told that these last longer.Turn the camera off when not in use. I forgot and used up the first set of batteries I installed, very, very quickly!The camera is in excellent condition, as is the Pentax 50mm1:2 prime lens. The camera is manual focus only. The body shows minimal wear.The camera body is heavy and coated with a rubberized type,easy to grip surface.I found this camera a joy to use and it's capable of taking reallynice photos. It would make an excellent student camera!The camera comes with a pentax lens cap, sturdy neck…
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An antique sterling silver cigar cutter featuring an Art Nouveau decoration of flowing lines and flowers. Click HERE for more photos and purchasing information. Visit Victoria's Curio for more wonderful estate finds.
Elsies Attic's insight:
what a great gift this would make... vintage cigar cutter
This is a RansGil crystal mid century 22 K gold bud vase with flower motif.The fluted crystal vase is layered in an embossed 22 K gold overlay which is done in a delicate floral daisy design. The vase is 8 and 1/2 inches high with a 2 and 1/2 inch diameter base. Ransgil Crystal was a California based decorating company circa 1940s era to the late 1950s. Ransgil purchased their glassware products from Fostoria, Heisey and Cambridge and were known for their heavy gilt decorations as well as some wares which they cut and etched.This is a perfect hostess gift or for giving a rose to that special someone in your life! Free shipping is available for destinations within the continental United States. For more photos and info click here!
From the 60's or 70's this is a dramatic estate pair of very large Zuni south american style earrings. 3" long, they are made up of two pieces, the top triangular turquoise and deco style sterling sides, the bottom piece a large kite shape with the same style of sterling detail. The inlaid stones, turquoise, lapis, onyx, sugilite, and mother of pearl, are beautiful in their varied geometric shapes. For more info. and to purchase, click on the link below. http://www.rubylane.com/item/799758-0001897
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