A beautiful and rare porcelain half doll produced by Dressel Kister executed in the manor of a French 1700s woman and made for the French market. She has her arms fully outstretched as in a middle of a dance pose, she has the unmistakable combed hair method first used and nearly exclusively done by Kister. She has very delicate and intricate hand painted features and the large colored plume in her hair. This doll is fashioned on a large pincushion with a plume gown. A truly extraordinary doll in mint condition. Photoed on pages 21,22, & 23 in the Doll Encyclopedia.
Measures Approx 11" Tall Overall, 6" Tall Doll
No chips or cracks, Overall Excellent Condition with minimal wear
A wonderful uranium glass console bowl in canary yellow with the vaseline glow under uv light. the center bowl has a rolled rim and sits upon a slightly raised pedestal base. Nice color, nice green glow throughout.
Condition: Overall Excellent, No Chips, No Cracks, No Repairs
10" Diam, 3" H.
An outstanding Dugan Black Amethyst Purple carnival glass hat with a ruffle rim and an interior having the ten panel design, the outside remaining smooth. Displays well from all sides, has wonderful iridescent colors. Rare and beautiful bowl! Wonderful addition to any glass collection. Yours to enjoy for years to come!
Condition: Excellent hat bowl in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no repairs. I cannot detect any damage to this piece. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. *Note: there are a couple of very light water stain circles in the bottom interior which showed up under high resolution photos, I think they will clean up with a little glass cleaner or vinegar no problem.
Circa 1930s produced by Dugan Diamond Documented
H: 3 1/4", Base: 2" , Rim: 5 1/4"