Beautiful custard glass compote by Northwood! Made in its' Chrysanthemum Sprig aka Pagoda pattern. Circa 1905. Hold it to the light and see lots of fire in the glass. Floral and ribbon pattern on the bowl of the compote and again on the foot. Darkened gold paint accents the pattern. This custard glass footed compote will make a nice addition to your...
U.S. Navy coffee mug was made for a Chief Petty Officer. Hawkeye USN and an anchor on one side of this white cup. AQC Atkron One One Five on the other side. Use it to drink your coffee or favorite brew. Or, add it to your aviation or military collection. Either way, it is a nice piece from the U.S. Navy!
This cup and saucer was made in West Germany and has a Dutch couple dancing on it. Extra large, huge even in size. The cup has a stylized, dancing Dutch couple and stylized tulip pattern. The saucer has a colored rim. A nice cup and saucer to drink your coffee with from Western Germany!
Blue Willow cups made by Churchill of England. There are 3 in all for sale. Perfect compliment and addition to any Blue Willow dinnerware set. Nice oriental style blue transfer on these pottery cups. Perfect for drinking coffee, tea or any other beverage from.
Royal Windsor cup made of fine bone china and made in England. Very pretty chrysanthemum and floral pattern in a basket. All set off by gold trim around the handle, rim and foot. This mug style cup is also footed. This is a light weight, pretty and elegant cup from Royal Windsor.
Oregon State University yearbook from 1986. Covers OSU's 1985 - 1986 school year. Plenty of information and photos of the student body, faculty, clubs and happenings during the year. Contains a fold-out map and aerial photograph of the campus. Relive your college years or research your genealogy with this 1986 Oregon State University yearbook.
1985 yearbook from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. Full of information and pictures about the student body, faculty, campus and various happenings during the school. Original, hardcover book. Replace your lost yearbook with this one. Also, a very good way to research your family history. Go Beavers and OSU!
1978 yearbook from Beaverton High School in Beaverton, Oregon. Orange, hardcovered book. Includes all kinds of photographs and information about various clubs, events, faculty and student body. A fun and handy item to help with your genealogy research or to replace a lost yearbook while attending Beaverton High School.
1977 Beaverton High School yearbook. Includes the spring supplement. If you went to high school in Beaverton, Oregon in 1977 and did not get a copy of the yearbook, now is your chance. Re-live your high school years. Research your genealogy and see what a member of your family might have been doing back then.
Imperial Glass Company's Cape Cod pattern - Water goblet in a rich, amber brown color. This is one of Imperal Glass' popular patterns. It started production in the depression era and continued until 1984. This stemware is a footed goblet. It has the fancy, pineapple stem. The beautiful amber color really makes this piece of elegant glassware.
Salt and pepper shakers - Imperial Glass' Cape Cod pattern. Nice, amber brown colored glass. Elegant, depression era glassware pattern which was made until 1984. Still affordable, you can collect a large tableware setting in Cape Cod. Now is your chance to add these pieces to your collection - and a little bit of color too!
Vintage, powder box style music box. Works and plays a tune when you lift the lid. Also, a trinket or jewelry box. It will hold whatever you want to put in it. Add a little vintage style to your vanity with this music box. Aged, silver colored, textured metal. Cute wooden flower knob on the lid. A nice item to add to your music box collection!
Maidens Blush, antique glass bowl aka Rose Stain. Beautiful diamond shaped pattern. The color gently goes from crystal color at the rim to a light, rose pink color by the ground foot. A large, ruffled glass bowl to add to your collection or grace your table. This Maidens Blush bowl is a very elegant and pretty antique piece.
Star and Cresent aka Festoons and Sunburst EAPG tumbler. Made by U.S. Glass Company around 1908. This glass has an ornate pattern which looks like cut glass. It is also a part of a rather large tableware setting. You can put together a large collection of pieces in the Star and Cresent pattern to use for the holidays and special occasions. Over 100 years...
Beautiful butter dish lid in the Star and Crescent pattern. Made by US Glass Company about 1908. Just one item you can collect from a large table service. An ornate and elegant early American pattern glass. This pattern is also known as Festoons and Sunburst. A beautiful piece of EAPG to add to your collection!
Made by Imperial Glass Co. in its' Cape Cod pattern. Originally made to be footed juice glasses, but would also make very nice wine glasses or stemware. Beautiful rich, amber brown color. Each of these 4 glasses has the fancy, pineapple stem. Elegant depression era glassware to help set your table!
French pen painting decorates this cute bud vase! A souvenir for a furniture store in Portland, Oregon by the name of W?herry's. Sticker on the bottom identifies the artist as Marie Florence. Cute strawberry, flowers, dots and lettering with a puffy texture. A sweet bud vase with this unique style of decoration - french pen painting.
Vintage record duster cleaner advertising RCA Victor and Metropolitan Stores in Portland, Oregon. Celluloid top with Nipper on it. Red fabric bottom used to clean vinyl record albums. A nice advertising collectible which is functional. It helps keep record albums clean and free of dust and dirt.
This souvenir trinket box is for Sequoia National Park in California. Made in the style of vintage, powder box style music boxes. There is a medallion showing General Sherman, the world's largest tree on the lid. Lightweight, metal construction with 3 metal feet on the bottom. This is a nice souvenir to put your trinkets, jewelry or whatever in.
Vintage powder style musical box has a cupid and hearts engraved on the lid. Gold and silver colored metal outside and white inside. Lift the lid to use your face powder and a tune plays. You can use it for jewelry, trinkets or whatever your heart desires. This powder box is a great item for your vanity!