This is an antique Victorian EAPG bulb forcing vase.
I believe the pattern is called "whirling star" or "cambridge near cut" .
These vases were used to force spring bulbs such as hyacinth and daffodil and were very popular throughout the Victorian and E...
This is a stunning one of a kind mid century modern Swedish modern hand painted plate.
The Ekeby pottery and tile company was in business from the late 1880s until the late 1960s. This plate is from the end of their production days when they were produci...
This is vintage aluminum and ceramic handle spoon and fork serving set.
The ceramic handles have a colorful fish design and the set was crafted in Italy.
Each piece is 11 and 1/2 inches long both the spoon and the fork are in excellent condition.
This is a vintage Southern Potteries Blue Ridge china covered candy or trinket dish.
The dish is 3 and 1/2 inches high by 7 inches in diameter.
It could be used on the vanity as a catch all as well as the dining table for a cheese or butter dish.
This is a vintage atomic style Inland Glass coffee carafe from the 1950s.
The carafe stands about 12 inches tall and holds about 8 cups.
The original cork stopper is full intact and the carafe has a bakelite handle.
The carafe has an unusual bronze tri...
This is a vintage hand blown glass coffee carafe from the 1950s.
The carafe holds about 8 cups and has a bakelite handle.
The original cork stopper is in great condition and the carafe has nice silver trim.
The piece is about 12 inches tall and 6 inche...
This is an Imari style porcelain decorative plate with geometric design.
The plate is 5 and 1/2 inches in diameter and in excellent condition.
In the pictures there is a mark in the center which is sticker gum that I have since removed.
The plate is fi...
I was born a picker! I love vintage and antique items as I think they each hold a little bit of history! I grew up in Smithtown, Long Island, a town which was founded in 1665. As a kid we would dig up all kinds of artifacts in the woods and explore the abandoned historic homes. I have a fondness for pottery and glass but also for vintage electronics and appliances. One day I hope to find the Maltese Falcon and the Holy Grail!