Charming figural grouping of a young girl and boy courting surrounded by a duck with two young ducklings. Made by the Volkstedt German Factory after 1915. The back of the figurine was purposely made to accommodate a lamp base for a boudoir lamp. It was never a lamp that I can tell. Condition is good with some minor nicks to the greenery. Height is 6 1/4". The base is 3 1/4" by 4 1/4"
Hard to find Zodiac picture frame in excellent condition and original paper backing. Marked on the back Tiffany Studios, New York #942. It measures 7 1/8" by 8 1/4" tall.
Third black mark Belleek large spill vase (D203) in the "Lily of the Valley" pattern. Excellent condition with a gold luster band around the outside center and inside of the rim, 6" tall.
Meissen footed, porcelain vase decorated with a single pink rose sprig on the front and a single rose bud on the back highlighted with gold trim. Marked with the Meissen seconds mark. Height is 5 1/2".
American pewter porringer made by Thomas Danforth Boardman and Sherman Boardman of Hartford, Connecticutt. Circa 1810-1854. Condition is good with some minor dents. The handle appears a little crooked but no evidence of a later solder. Approximately 4" in diameter by 1 3/8" tall. Length is 5 5/8" from handle to end of bowl.