Michiana Antique Mall
- marked Silver Crest, bronze on bronze with a bird motif. This piece measures about
Dionne Quintuplets spoon set by Carlton Silverplate. The handle of each spoon is
made up of a full figured form of one of the girls with her name below.
metal with applied patina finish on a stone base. Measure 4-3/4" tall and the
base is 5" long.
Germany hand hammered bookends. Measure 5" tall and the base is 4" long.
Carenco Crafters Copper sailing ship bookends. Measure 5" tall and the base is
Indiana head bookends by Pontiac Foundry. Measure 4" tall and the base is
iron doorstop in the shape of a rooster, painted black, red and gold. There is wear
to the paint on this very hard to find doorstop. Measures 12" tall.
match holder featuring a black man carrying a basket on his back. Made of spelter
and is cold painted. Some minor paint loss. Measures 5" tall.
and Hubbard cast iron desk set with Verdi Gris patination. Consists of the Ink Stand
(well liner is missing), pen rest, ink blotter, combination match holder/ashtray and
letter holder. Mark is molded into the bottom of all pieces with the exception of
the ashtray. Considerable wear to the finish on the ashtray from actual use.
aluminum footed serving bowl by Royal Hickman Co and signed by Bruce Fox. It is in
the shape of a leaf and measures 15" long.
wire Cloisonné vase measuring 6" tall. It features beautiful pink and white
roses on a pale yellow background. It has decoration on one side only.
plated Nationals Co Quadruple plate toothpick. Marked with the # 99 as well.
Front of toothpick is etched with "Picks". Measures 2" tall.
1930's copper and brass riveted heating base beverage server. handle and finial are
carved Walnut. Measures 19" tall.
iron lighted doorstop made by National Foundry and marked N>F. Inc. This very
unusual item is made in the form of a light house and measures 11-1/2" tall.
The top section lifts off to allow the insertion of a bulb.
Metal Co trophy Sterling over Bronze. A two piece loving cup trophy measuring
14" tall. Inscribed is "The S.S. Creadon Cup, Cleveland Ice Yacht Club,
Class A, 1917, won by Zero II." An unusually large piece.
confection server in the repose pattern. No apparent maker's mark. The piece
measures 9" long.
handle serving fork. This large fork measures 9" long.
Silver fork and spoon set. Handles are storks wearing glasses. The pieces
measure 4-1/2" long. Back of handles are the back side of a stork.
Silver folding scissors. Has a chain ring allowing the piece to be worn on a chain
or chatelaine. Marked Germany. Measures 3-3/4" long when opened.
925 Silver salt and pepper shaker set. The motif has a Mayan influence.
shot glass, made in the form of a very large thimble. Engraved with "Only a
thimble full". Monogrammed with the initials EAS. Measures 2" high.
Davis Sterling chain mesh purse. Has a jeweled closure. Measures 5-1/2"
|Trench art vase
made from a brass shell casing. Features two full figured individuals. One
navy and one army. Figures are done in relief. Piece reads, "Nevers =
France to Aileen". Vase is 14" tall with great patina. Please click
photo to left for more detail.
stamp holder. Interior design reads "Hello Bill". Thought to have
been given out during the Taft campaign. Outside top is monogrammed. One side
of latch is missing. Please click photo at left to view details.
& Crafts hammered copper bookends with Owl motif. Made of rivet construction and
measures 5" tall. Please click here
|Pair of signed
Silver Crest candle sticks. Sterling on Bronze #1509. Measures 10" tall.
|Marked Gorham set
of four Sterling Silver cordials with enameled bowls. Measures 2" high.
marked Sterling and pat'd April 6, 1909. Measures 5-1/2" long.
Pipe holder or Matchbox Holder.
Sterling cordials. Measure 1-7/8" tall.
|WWII Art Military
shell. Arabic carving. Measures 27-1/2" tall.
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