Description:This is a very old Henry Alcock dish, but it has defects that are original and are covered by the glaze. If you look at the lower right corner you will see the pattern is missing there, yet the glaze is covering it. You can also see that the pin stripe on the inside border of the pattern on the right side it doesn't match up, though it does everywhere else.
This sturdy, wooden rocking chair was a gift in 1972 from my 75-yr old grandmother, who spent her lifetime in upstate NY. She said it was in her family when she was a child living on the family farm. There have been no repairs or refinishing in the last 34 years. There are worn in spots as shown in photo. There are no nails, and the only screws are ones attaching each arm to back of chair. When my daughter was little, she carved my initials “K.S.R.” in the seat and in the headrest.
Blue Decorative Glassware
This is a three piece set of Blue glass collectibles with flowers painted on them. They all have labels on them that say they are Arnart 5th Ave-hand blown-hand decorated-Japan. The vases have gold around top and middle. The ash tray has gold around top. The vases have thin glass and ash tray is heavier glass. The vases are 7" tall and the ash tray is 5" across.