"YES! This exquisite china 17 piece after dinner coffee set is our reward to you!" That's what it says on the back of this 1956 postcard sent by Southern Credit Store, Roanoke, VA, to attract customers. Wouldn't we love to have this "Moss Rose" 22K gold trimmed set now? To order enlarged copies of this card, including the store's message, please see Pottery & China: Magazine Ads & Illustrations - Color.
L'Amour China (Japan) vase, hand painted w/applied roses $28.50
Vase, cherub astride fish, applied decorations, mark is curved capital "N" in circle .......... this is exquisite! $159 PHOTO
10-1/4" Cardinal plate w/box $29.50
4-1/8" oval bowl with chartreuse ribbon to hang, ivory color, hand-painted girl's "cameo" portrait in bottom; her brown braid's tied with green bow, large blue hat trimmed with maroon. Green mark with children; extensive crazing, but cute! $25
7-1/2" plate, brown w/pink fruit design, hangs on wall w/ribbon $25
jumbo soup cup "The Favorite," race horse & jockey, very minor nicks on bottom edge, light crazing in one spot -- but a great piece! $52
jumbo saucer, needs a "Pop" cup, blue & brown decoration $15
5-1/2" cigarette box w/lid and 4-1/2" square ashtray, yellow flowers, c 1952 $27.50 set
6" creamer, leaves, Ben Seibel design $9.50
Metlox California Provincial
3-1/2" custard cup, rooster design on ivory background $7.50
"Red Poppy," an elegant design for Royal Rochester Electric Appliances, is illustrated in a four-page brochure from 1931. Another pattern (not shown), "Golden Pheasant," depicts the glamour of the court days of old France; two additional pages show black and white photos of chrome-plated toasters, waffle irons and other appliances. To order copies, please see Pottery & China: Magazine Ads & Illustrations - Color.
small teapot, green painted, 1940s $7
14" platter w/pink & green floral border $15
21-pc 1920s porcelain tea set $175
Orange "sunset" colors on white, black & gold highlights, cottage in trees decoration, some glaze imperfections but a very charming set. Includes teapot w/lid, creamer, covered sugar, 5 cups & saucers, extra saucer, 5 plates. Marked "Made in Japan" in black.
1920s porcelain demicup & saucer $18.50
Similar to tea set but with windmill decoration, very delicate, minor glaze imperfections. Marked "Made in Japan" in black.
5-1/2" Clarence (England) saucer, yellow flowers $3
5-1/2" Royal China (England) saucer, flowers $3
Christmas Tree plate, hand-painted, unmarked $10
wonton bowl & spoon (Japan) $7 set
Johnson Bros. (England) platter, large, pink floral trim $19.50
3 Nippon 7-5/8" plate, handpainted floral design $15
Meakin 1975 calendar plate, brown $12.50
St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Tacoma, WA) bone dish, c 1880s $39.50
F-21 Bear, brown, 2" long, unmarked $2.50
FP-168 Lamb planter, 8" high, ivory w/blue, ABC blocks form base $19.50
TUR-202 Woman & child (2), Turgino (USSR), blue & white, 2" high $15
child's cup, white, no handle, little girl figure in red & yellow $6
wagon planter, 8-12" overall, rectangular green pottery planter, textured to look like boards, sits atop red plastic wheels $22.50
souvenir bud vase, Douglass College/Rutgers University, Class of 1918 $12.50
souvenir mini creamer, Sussex, New Brunswick, brown $4.50
East Texas Pottery Co. 5" mug, blue floral decoration, probably 1960s or later, chip at base of handle $12.50
Hall mini creamer, brown $5.50
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