A lovely custard glass Northwood Chrysanthemum Sprig Creamer with gold, pink & green enamel decorations. Also known as Pagoda, this is early pattern glass circa 1888, it has nice color and is in overall good condition.
Maker Northwood Glass Co.
Measures:3 7/8" diameter x 4 1/4" tall
Condition: Overall Very Good, No Chips, Cracks, Or Repairs some wear to decoration.
his is antique pattern glass and may have old/straw marks, small bubbles, cinders and color variants of iridization, does not necessarily detract from the beauty or character of any piece.
Condition can be Very Subjective to each individual collector - Multiple photos from different angles and in different lighting were taken to showcase the beauty and uniqueness of this piece. Please look at photos carefully as they are part of my description.
An adorable German porcelain souvenir pin tray trinket dish with a pink pawed white teddy bear on one end and a "bottle" on the other, the bottle could be meant to display like a phonograph as it appears as if the bear is positioned to look like its listening to it. Painted green with gold lettering on the tray reads "souvenir Sioux City Iowa" (faint). Not marked but have seen others of similar fashion marked with faint marks so its safe to consider the mark has faded over time.
Measures: 5" Long 4" Tall
Condition: NO chips, cracks, or repairs. gold writing is faint and there once was possibly a cork plug in the "bottle"
$198.00 $234.00A beautiful Art Deco period bisque half doll by Galluba Hofmann marked inside the flange with blue double crossed lines, she has hand painted features with her arms away from her body. She is nude with no wig, we offered an image with a spare wig as well to show an alternative look.