Denver (Colorado, USA) SELLER MANAGED Downsizing Online Auction - Meade Street

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9 various bowls; sizes 5" to 6"; some crazing

28" high with shade. Purchased in Japan in 1947. Shade is silk.

Pattern - Pansy. 1- 14" chop plate; 1 - 14" spaghetti bowl; 1 - 12" spaghetti bowl; 4 - 8" spaghetti bowls

Mid-century. Lotus with Scroll Handles 7-1/2 " high; white with green interior. Fan 7-1/2" high x 7-1/2" wide; white with green interior

Pattern - Lismore. 8 water tumblers; 7 wine goblets

32" wide x 28" high x 16" deep Golden Oak

Pattern - Desert Rose; purchased in 1976; 8 dinner plates, 8 salad plates; 8 bowls, 8 cups and saucers; sugar and creamer; covered butter disk; platter; vegetable bowl. Various chips on salad plates.

Teapot; small pitcher, small planter

3 small bowls; 5-1/2" to 6"

64" wide x 24" high; four panels; has all hanging hardware included; small hole in back of one panel (does not go through to front).

Made in 'Occupied Japan'; pattern Wrocklege; 10 salad plates, 10 bread and butter plates; 10 soup bowls; 12 dinner plates; 1 small platter; one covered vegetable dish; 1 oval vegetable dish. Some chips on salad plates.

Pattern - Classic Shamrock

42"round, two leaves (11" x 42") Circa 1915

Used less than 3 months.

44" wide x 50" high x 20" deep Mission style with mirror back. Circa 1920.

Vase 7-1/4" high x 3-1/2" wide (philodendron); Small planter 4-1/2" high x 4-1/2" wide (philodendron); Oblong planter 4-1/2" high x 7-1/4" wide (philodendron) Rounded planter 7" high x 7" wide (ivy). All footed.

Petrainer. Collar 14" to 24" long; rechargeable lithium battery; 100 levels of vibration or static shock; manual and all accessories included.

Pattern - Chevron. 1 pitcher 5" high; 1 pitcher 3-3/4" high

6-1/2" high x 4-1/2" wide

14" wide x 18" high

Pattern - Rabbit; 7" high x 7" wide; not vintage.

1981 - Rabbit; 1982 - Lion; 1983 - Racoon

Purchased in Japan in 1948. 48" x 48". 5 Napkins 12" x 12".

Purchased in Japan in 1947. 32" x 32". 4 Napkins 10" x 10".

18" high; brass hardware; replacement etched glass shade

Two tiles with wall hanger on back; 6" high x 6" wide; not vintage

1978 - Swan; 1979 - Fox

Purchased in Burano, Italy; never used; 8 napkins with lace corner; 16" x 16"

Purchased in Chimayo, NM at Ortega's weaving; 5" x 5"

Pattern - Picardi. 8 - 12-oz tumblers; 8- 12-oz goblets

1 bowl - 10" wide; 1 plate - 10/12"; 3 small plates 7-1/2"

12" wide x 6" high

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