Bay State Antiques

Mary White,     108 Central Street,     Rowley, MA     01969-1317

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CHILDREN’S DISHES, GLASSWARE, KITCHEN ITEMS, AND LAUNDRY



212807     This is the Brenton or Brittany dining room china cupboard or china closet doll furniture. It is marked MADE IN FRANCE in white and has most of the original label. The cupboard measures 8 7/8" wide, 5 5/8" deep and 14 1/2" high. It is complete having all its spindles and the inside door closure. No noticeable wear on any of the edges.
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Price: $650.00






210201     This is a nice early tureen that would be very appropriate for the early Nurenberg kitchens or other large dollhouse room (kitchen or dining room). It measures 3/4" tall and 1 7/8" wide including the handles. This would look great in a dollhouse or kitchen. There is no lid. It is shaped like a tureen, but could also be a small sugar bowl. It is much smaller than the tea sets I usually see. It has nice embossed decoration, and the dull gold decoration looks like a 4 leaf clover, or butterfly or something. It is from the late 1800s and is a very pretty piece.
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Price: $6.00






103202     This pattern is called "TULIP AND HONEYCOMB" and is made by the Federal Glass Co. The pattern is further shown in the book: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 90. This piece is the covered dish or casserole, or the large butter dish, and is in excellent condition - no nicks, no chips.

Price: $50.00




103204     This pattern is called "SWIRL" and is white milk glass. The pattern is further shown in the book: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 100. This is a pair in excellent condition- no nicks, no chips.

Price: $49.00






103205     This pattern appears to be "COLONIAL" and looks like a sherbert or dessert dish. The pattern is may be the one shown in the book: Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 50. It is in excellent condition- no nicks, no chips.

Price: $10.00






103207     This is a footed spooner which has the "B in a triangle" on the bottom. It is marked on the side "OLD SLEEPY EYE" and with the face of a man. It is a replica of the original.

Price: $15.00






103208     This pattern is called "STIPPLED BAND" and is the large size. The pattern is described in the book: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 32. These are 4 plates, 4 1/4" in diameter, all have the eagle logo on the bottom are transparent amber, and in excellent condition - no nicks, no chips.
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Price: $30.00






103209     This pattern is called "STIPPLED BAND" and is the large size. The pattern is described in the book: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 32. These are 4 saucers 3 1/4" in diameter, all have the eagle logo on the bottom are transparent amber, and in excellent condition - no nicks, no chips.
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Price: $30.00






103210     This pattern is called "STIPPLED BAND" and is the small size. The pattern is described in the book: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Children’s Dishes by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer on page 33. This is the teapot with lid 3 3./8" in diameter, it has the eagle logo on the bottom is transparent amber, and in excellent condition - no nicks, no chips.

Price: $35.00






103211     This is a nice ceramic footed compote. It is 1 5/8" high and 2 1/2" diameter. The design in the center looks like a heraldic seal; the banner above it reads: NISI DOMINUS FRUSTRA. It has raised gold pattern. No other marks are on the ceramic base or elsewhere.
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Price: $19.00






103213     This is a chocolate Table Set and is a Toy Dish Convention souvenir from about 1994.
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Price: $45.00






103214     An all-wood wall hanging kitchen implement set. It consists of 4 items, spoons to mashers to tenderizers and fit in a wooden wall mount. They measure up to 4 3/4" long while the wall mount measures 5 1/2" long, 3 1/4" high and 1 1/4" deep.

Price: $45.00






103215     Early, probably German, wall hanging lidded container. It has a metal escutcheon with the words "Mehl" on it. It is 5 7/8" tall and about 3 3/8" wide and protrudes out 2 3/8". Wood slat construction and wood reed banding held in place by nails. An ivory milkbase-like finish gives it a nice patina.
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Price: $125.00






103216     Larger all-wood rolling pin child size but could be used for a doll. It is all wood and measures 5 7/8" long with the diameter of 1 3/8". This is interesting in that the handles are held in place by square wood pegs in the body of the roller.
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Price: $15.00






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