Decorative charger by Rockwell Kent, 1939. Titled "Salamina," this pattern was manufactured for a brief period by Vernon Kilns and the molds were destroyed. This example features a pewter rim with a built in hook for hanging.
Cunard Cruise Lines cream and sugar. Brilliant white porcelain with gold stripes and the company's trademark lion. Circa 1960s. Marked "Bone China. Made in England. Royal Doulton." Sugar, 4"L x 2"W x 3"H.
Description: Set of four midcentury hand-blown mercury glass ornaments, depicting Santa and elves, decorated with hand-painted colors and glitter detail. Marked "Czechoslovakia" to one ornament, "West Germany to another, the rest are unmarked. Dimensions: larger, 2.75"L x 2.75"W x 4.25"H; smaller, ...
Description: A retro brooch ornament prong set with 21 navette rhinestones in red, green and dark green, pin and safety catch on the back. Marked "Napier". Dimensions: 1.7"L x .8"W x 2.75"H; height of hook 1.6".
Description: Sensational Set of Six Multicolored "Sparkling Beaded Christmas Village" Houses in Original Box. Each Can Be Hung on The Tree and Hole Behind Each House Enables Insertion of Light. Box Measures: 4.5 x 7 x 2.