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This is a lovely example of the Victorian era shave mugs or cup. The "3D" front is wonderful with bright colors and gold overlay.
Marked on the bottom, Made in Germany.
It stands approx. 3 1/4" high x 3 1/2" diameter.
Good condition for its age... there is a glaze miss on the back.
You know quality when you see it, and in this case, when you feel it.
This beautiful wildflower decorated teacup has a feel of smooth, elegant china.
The back stamp on the pieces include the names of the wildflowers.
By Krautheim in Selb Bavaria/Germany.
I just love the vibrant fruit colors in this beautiful compote or bon bon dish. It is a piece of Royal Winton chintz china.... Grimwades, Made in England as noted on the bottom of the dish. This pattern is called "Evesham" also noted on the bottom, see photo of the close up.There are no chips or cracks. Light crazing.It has a slight ruffled edge which gives it a feminine flair. The bowl itself measures 5" in diameter while it is approx. 2 1/2" tall.
A beautiful pink lustre and gold teacup and cake plate set. The teacup is footed with gold decoration at the base.
The cake or snack plate is 7 3/4" in diameter. The teacup itself is 2 1/4" high.
There are no chips or cracks, just some minor gold loss on the rims, mostly found on the teacup saucer.
Marked D&R Weissenstadt of Bavaria.
This is an awesome set of three very old, antique Waverly Novels by Sir Walter Scott of Scotland.
The three novels you receive are: The Monastery, The Antiquary, and Guy Mannering, all with leather binding. They are old... so the covers and leather parts are brittle.
The photogravure illustrations are beautiful... there are ten of them approximately in each book for a total of about 30.
These are larger than other Waverly Novels I've sold. Each book measures approx. 9 1/4" x 6 1/4" x 2".
I could not find a year printed inside.
Great stack of antique books for reading, decorating, filling up the shelves of your study or living room, or maybe you'd like to frame the illustrations.
A beautiful, vintage nut or pin dish in a leaf shape, in the Queen Victoria pattern. Vibrant and colorful flowers & butterflies grace this white porcelain dish accented with gold trim.
Measurements: 6" long x 1 1/2" high.
In good condition with no chips or cracks.
The back stamp is slightly different than other Herend dishes I've seen. It does have a number hand impressed into the bottom as well as another mark.
This is a beautiful cameo in a Victorian Revival style... made from Hematite. It is surrounded by smaller black beads, possibly more hematite or onyx, set in patterns of three.
Versatile, too.... It can be worn as a pendant or a brooch!
Measures approx. 2" in diameter.
Comes with a gift box.