This round box is 3 1/2 in. in diameter and is 4 in. tall. It is probably brass. See photos for the symbol on the bottom. The top is detached from one side, but is not noticeable. Probably due to the age and how the flat top was attached to the side rim.
This linen doily has a detailed crochet edge. A couple of the points have loose threads which can easily be repaired. The doily is 16 1/2 in. from point to point and the linen area is 10 in. in diameter. The piece is from the 1930's.
This pendant necklace is from designer Nolan Miller. the drop on the chain is 17 in. and is 19 1/2 in. with the pendant. The pendant is 2 1/4 in. in diameter and has a gold design overlay over the green enamel background.
**This bookmark has two wooden hand painted shoes at the end. The ribbon is woven with boy and girl figures. The bookmark is a total of 10 1/4 in. in length. The shoes are 1 1/2 in. long and 1/2 in. side. The ribbon is 8 1/4 in. in length. The bookmark is from the 1970's.
These glass balls are the authentic balls used as floats for fishing nets. These are the smaller ones used on the sides of the nets. There are four balls included ranging from three to five inches in diameter.
This planter by Ed Langbern is 4 1/4 in. tall and is 3 1/3 in. in diameter at the base and 5 in. in diameter at the top. It is marked on the bottom: Ed Langbern Original, Italy. Some imperfection although not apparent.