Midcentury bar set handmade from thin glass. Set includes: one carafe and five small cups. Pieces look purple when light shines through them. No maker's mark, pontil marks on the carafe. Carafe, 6"L x 5"W x 9"H; cup, 3"Dia x 3"H. Some wear.
Authentic Staffordshire figuring of the poet and playwright Shakespeare. The name is spelled in the traditional old english “Shakspere.” There is a small chip on the surface of the stack of books. No makers marks, as is customary with Staffordshire pottery.
Pair of brass candleholders in an atomic style with an Egyptian motif around the base. Each perches on three midcentury-style legs and holds both normal tapers and small candles. No maker's mark. Some wear.
Amazing studio-made casserole dish with a matching lid. Incredible artistry in the throwing and the blue and purple glazing. Signed on the bottom “Cholidakis.” Earthenware food safe and can be used in a preheated oven.
Gorgeous earthenware casserole dish made in the Midwest with a matching lid. Glazed inside and out for complete food-safe surfaces. Can be used in a preheated oven. Signed on the bottom by the artist “Chohudakis.”
Collectible Wheaton commemorative bottle in the American Inventor series featuring Alexander Graham Bell. Features a raised image of Alexander Graham Bell and a telephone. Marked “Wheaton, NJ” on underside. Some wear.
Collectible Wheaton commemorative bottle in the American Inventor series featuring the Wright Brothers. Features a raised image of the Wright Brothers and an airplane. Marked “Wheaton, NJ” on the underside. Patina.
Quartet of four lithographs depicting famous Greek sculptures: The Discus-Thrower of Myron, Artemis of Versailles, Venus of Milo, and Apoxyomenos of Lyssipus. Unsigned. Includes a golden frame and a linen-wrapped mat. Some wear.