Listings from Down Under Antiques
Delagar Savans de Fantasie guest soap set in original 1960's era cardboard box package.
Holiday cooky press plunger style cake decorating tool kitchen utensil in original cardboard box.
Frost King Brand Retro Lawn Furniture webbing green plastic repair fiber roll in original package.
Salton Hotray Bread Biscuit warmer Retro era electric bun heater kitchen appliance.
Presto Brand Hot Dogger Polish Frank Dog cooker electric appliance. Original cardboard box & instruction guide.
Yellow orange floral flower pattern wall tapestry quilt blanket from the American Depession era. Backside squares made from pant slacks.
Set Three wooden cheese box dairy goods storage crates. Swift Brookfield, Blue Label Pabst-Ett, Armours Cloverbloom Colored American painted advertising boards.
French Mouli rotary handle style nutmeg grinder cheese vegetable shredder.
Pair Selandia Brand Danish Modern condiment bowls in the original gift box.
Imperial Glass Orange & white swirl pressed grape bunch leaf pattern candleholder End of the Day Retro style tableware from the 1970's era.
Orange & white swirl End Of The Day style Imperial Glass candleholder with pressed floral flower leaf pattern.
Group hardwood clothespin laundry clips from the early 20th century.
Hand made wooden file box cubby hole wall cabinet game room fixture. Angled flip top lid with ballot slot, hinged front door with knob latch hardware.
Pair Campbell's Soup kid chef salt & pepper shakers.
Five American West commemorative bar glass tumblers. 2 Frontier Society, 2 Rush For Gold, 1 Iron Horse.
White rabbit red egg paper mache' candy container Easter holiday decoration from the 1930's American Depression era.
Pink & white paper mache' Easter rabbit candy container holiday decoration dating to the American Depression era.
Australian made medallion floral flower pattern lace curtain dating to the 1930's.
Blue & White paper mache' rabbit Easter holiday decoration from the American Depression era.
Very unusual yellow chick & cracked Easter egg paper mache' holiday decoration from the American Depression era.