Just 6 ¼ inches tall but big enough for tea-for-two. And that is exactly what was done with this pot for a very long time -- there are plenty of tea stains on the inside (only). Otherwise this tiny teapot is in shiny, displayable condition. The dings show its vintage and are not disturbing. Circa 1910-1920.
A bright white coffee pot with gold trim for that Jeanne d'Arc French Nordic look! It's 9 1/2 inches tall and has a seamless body and a seamed spout. Great condition with only 2 minor dings. Circa: 1930.
Another stunning item from the antikhaus collection - holiday decorations made in Germany exclusively for us. Each egg is also adorned by a different angel scrap. These are made from antique patterns by a small family-run company in Germany, the last of its kind. The eggs are approximately 10 inches long and 6 1/2 inches wide or deep and can be opened so that Easter grass and goodies can be hidden inside.
This sweet Easter Bunny family is out for its Easter stroll - a nice vintage springtime decoration. This light-weight cardboard tableau is 10 3/4 inches wide and 11 3/4 inches high to the tip of the tallest bunny's ears. It was made in Munich, Germany (see print from back) around 1950. It is old store stock in like-new condition but only a limited number available.
This 6 1/4 inch standing rabbit is a German folk art item from our Werner Brauer Collection. He is made of paper-mâché using an original mold from the early 20th century. His eyes are glass, and his head can be removed to put sweets into the container body. Mr. Brauer creates and hand-paints all of the items for this collection in his Central German studio. The rabbit is signed by the artist and dated on the bottom.
This rabbit candy container is from our Werner Brauer Collection. He is 13 1/2 inches tall. On his back is a basket with a Marolin Easter egg. Around his neck is a white bow. His head can be removed so his body can be filled with Easter goodies. He is made of papier-mâché using an original mold from the early 20th century. His soft brown eyes are glass. Mr. Brauer hand-paints all of his items in a small studio in Germany.
The handled strainer I am showing is gray with white mottling. It is 7 1/2 inches long including handle and kettle hook. The kettle hook is used to put on the lip of the kettle when one is draining. Both kettle hook handle are riveted. The condition is good +. There are 3 tiny dings. Circa: 1900.
This darling enamelware laundry set is bright white with black German lettering. There are 3 cups Sand, Soda, and Seife. Each cup has a top diameter of 1 inch. Sand and Seife cups are in near mint condition. The Soda cup has a ding on the backside. The rack which holds the cups has 3 cup holes. The fancy back of the rack has 2 holes so it can be hung on the wall of a German doll-kitchen. Also there is a raised design on the back of the rack. The rack does have few minor dings. Height 2 1 ...click for details
This unusual robin egg blue and white medium mottled pot is the same color inside and out.
It is 1 5/8 inches deep, 2 1/4 inches wide and 3 1/8 inches long including the handles. The body is seamed at each end under the handles. It is in wonderful condition. There is one tiny spot under the rim that was not completely covered with enamel. It is a manufacturer's flaw. Circa: 1900.
German enamelware Zwiebeln(Onion) holder with blue and white graphic design. The front of the bin is perforated. Also there is a hole in the upper center back so the bin can be hung on the wall. In great condition with some very minor dings. Bin is 8 1/4 inches wide, 4 1/2 inches deep and 9 1/4 inches is the total height.