In a house we are buying- built in 1912- the same family has owned it until now. Almost nothing has changed. It is a first-period house in preservation terms.
Curious to know more about this piece if anyone has any knowledge. Thank you!
Inherited through family. Three-piece set comes in box labeled "Royal Doulton" and "Two Piece Bunnykins Baby Pack (2 Handled Mug, Babyplate)." There are actually three pieces: a handled mug, a plate, and a small glass (about the size of a shot glass) with no handles. The backstamp suggests these were produced between 1968 and 1975 (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/royal-doulton-bunnykins-pricevalue-guide-…). I haven't been able to find this exact set online, but I have seen pictures of a one-handled mug with the same illustration indicating it's part of a peter rabbit collection. Looking for a rough estimate of worth.
Tall, brown, bedroom dresser. Has four drawers. Each drawer is dove tailed. Top drawer slides out. It is 3in deep. 2nd drawer has gold handles, and is 5.5 inches deep. 3rd drawer is the biggest. It is 9.5 inches deep and has gold handles. Bottom drawer is same size as the second drawer with gold handles. Top of dresser extends out a little longer than rest of the dresser. Letters on tjhe back of dresser.
Not sure where this comes from (as in how it got to me). Very ornate rim and stand. 7" diameter and about 1" tall. Very sturdy clear glass. I'm assuming it is a candy dish. My camera is not great, unfortunately, so these hopefully give a good idea.
I was passed down an antique dry sink from the Alexian Brothers Hospital in St. Louis. My grandmother worked there and was given it. That hospital is one of the places the actual exorcism took place in 1949. I just wanted to know if anyone had information on it, or any idea what it’s worth. I’m guessing later 1800s? No marks on it, but since it was a utility item I heard that’s not surprising. It gives me the creeps a bit and might be a little haunted! Hah