Antique nautical chinese porcelain serving dish. Beautifully made, blue with gold and mustard colored rope trim. Painted ship on the side. In excellent vintage condition. This is a truly unique piece with so much character! The inside of the serving dish and lid have some patina which can be seen in the photos.
Dish measures 12" wide and 5" tall without the lid. With the lid it is is about 8.5" tall. The serving dish is 11"x9"
Straight razor with original box. Couldn't find any inforamtion. Print on box is inlaid. The only texture is the lettering and pinstripping. Box is a plyable cardboard material no printing marks etc on any other sides but the front. The razor has gold on the one side only. The design is on one side only. The lettering is AKATOMBOW
Hi there!! I would appreciate any help you can offer with 2 wall sconces I came across 10 years ago, after the death of an elderly neighbor. Unfortunately, I have no history on them and the only identifying information I can find is a sticker that says "Made in India". I boxed them when I got them, because I thought they are possibly made of silver...it has a texture-look & is not smooth, reflective-type of metal. The crystals are attached with a thin metal, one of which has rusted onto a crystal. Each sconce has 2 candlestick holders that more predominantly show the texture of the metal. The sconces are pretty heavy, probably 4-5 lbs. each and because of that, I've yet to hang them on a wall. Each is approximately 15"L x 10"W x 4" in depth. Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions are appreciated...thank you!!