Polly's Americana Antiques
I will be listing this weekend and next week: Stone Fruit, Holiday, Toys, Cookie Cutters, Springerele, Pierced Tin, Painted Pails/Buckets, Small Cupboard, Painted Basket, Cast Iron Urn, Architectural Stars, Sheep and Feather Tree -
Great old jar, old wavy glass high pontil and original tin lid. The strawberries are thrown in for free - half old and half contemporary - trying to get my closets back and end selling. Jar great and measures 8 in high and 4 in across - and very fair price for jar. Someone wanted to see jar empty so added photo
Well, after I filled the compote with all the stone fruit I thought I had - found more so will separately - a great old grapes
Nice collection of early stone fruit: White Grapes, Dark Grapes,Persimmon, Strawberry, Banana, Peach, Apple, Pear, Cherries - think that is it. Wire compote is nice and works, looks old, but is not and not priced, but you can have if you wish.
Great early blown glass jar with tin lid - jar in great condition, very old glass, original lid and full of antique heart cutters. Jar measures 7 in high and almost 5 across.
1910-1920 Paper Mache Santa being pulled by horse, in great condition after all these years, marked Germany on wheel, I have more photos - write if interested, Enjoy Measures 9 in long, 4 in high and 3 in across
Price: ‘SALE 150.00. (195.00 + s/h)
Sweet little 9 in chair in original red paint with gold stenciling -in great condition, an arm chair which works well for bear - the bear is early, think British, but purchased USA possibly German, sure not Steiff, he is sweet, long arms, big feet and very sweet face - he is holding a hand painted ornament. Chair measures 9 in high, 6 in across and 4 in to chair seat - the bear sitting is 6 in tall and stretched out a little over 8 in tall. Enjoy
Price: Sale now 225.00 and not 265.00 + s/h
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