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LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY
applied metallic salts to his handmade “Favrille” glass to obtain a lustrous gold “Aurene” finish on these signed early 20th Century salts. $325 each


FAIENCE
consisted of a metallic glazed pottery suitable for finely detailed painting. European faience  production dates back to 1690 in Quimper, France. Artist signed,hand painted candlesticks measure 9”. $595.00



RS PRUSSIA
two handled hand painted and transfer decorated platter was produced during the early 1900s in a part of Germany called Prussia. 10.25” diameter, $145.00





POLITICAL BUTTONS from the McKinley Roosevelt era. Top: Teddy Roosevelt, $165; lower left: McKinley Assassination September 14, 1901, $45; lower right: McKinley and Teddy Roosevelt, $25.00


BANTHRICO 
mountain lion caste metal bank was a free gift when you opened a savings account at Aberdeen Federal Savings during the 1970s. $29.50




VIKING glass dates from 1944. The company produced as much as 5 tons of colored glass figurines, bowls and vases daily in its New Martinsville, West Virginia plant. Reorganized as Dalzell-Viking in 1987, the company filed bankruptcy and closed in 1999. 8.5 bird $30; 4” red mushroom, $32.50; 3.25” red duck $35.00


TEA STRAINERS in sterling were essential teatime accessories in Victorian England. These hallmarked examples were produced in the early 1900s.  Left to right $129, $345, $295.00



LIBBEY glass was originally The New England Glass Company of Boston. In 1892 the company became known as Libbey Glass. The brilliant, multifaceted, deep cut glass for which Libbey is famous was produced from 1878 and 1918. Signed Libbey 8” bowl, $180.00


OLYMPIA brewery in Tumwater has closed leaving high demand for Olympia Beer memorabilia. This 12.5” gilt framed, back-lit “motion” sign simulates twinkling stars on the black sky background. The sign was designed and produced by Robert L. Rogers Co. of Seattle in 1959. $185.00




BASKETS were made by Northwest native women to sell to tourists during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Thousands of designs were produced. This 6.5”x 10”x4.5” basket is believed to be Chehalis. $195.00


BELLEEK BASKET was produced in Ireland between 1921 and 1954. The 8.5” basket is crafted of a   delicately woven translucent porcelain. $595.00


HAZEL ATLAS
Glass of Wheeling, West Virginia was the largest glass  manufacturer  in the  world during the 1930s.  “New Century” dinnerware  pattern  in  amethyst   was produced from 1930 to      1935. Left to right: 5” $33, 4” $22, 3.25” $19.00

05. 8”

ROOKWOOD
floral hand painted vase signed Emma Foertmeyer and dated 19
05. 8'' $1,150


PEKING GLASS
tries to imitate precious and semi-precious stone. 20th Century examples often consisted of applied colored glass designs over a milk glass background. 2.5”

red on white vase, $95.00




STAMP BOX
was made from  a highly detailed, claw foot, cast mold and bronze appearing finish. $69.50


CLOTHES WRINGER
scaled as a salesman’s sample or a functional toy was produced by Lovell Manufacturing Co. of Erie PA. The “Anchor Brand Clothes Wringer” was promoted as the Best on Earth. Original paint, including clamps. $135.00




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