1. Two milk glass parakeets:
a. One mostly white with hint of pale yellow color still remaining on back, base marked 15 volts Japan; 3 inches long by about an inch tall (not counting the metal base). b. One painted pinkish red over white with a bit of yellow on wings, some wear to paint as shown, base marked 16 volts Japan with an 'H' in a diamond; 3 1/4 inches long by about an inch tall (not counting the metal base).
2. One milk glass cluster of grapes painted purplish-red with yellow and brown leaves at the top, some wear to paint as shown, base marked 16 volts Japan with an 'H' in a diamond; 2 1/4 inches tall, not including the metal base and about 1 1/2 inches across at top.
3. One clear glass bell with fired on red, white and blue colors and green holly leaves on sides, wear to paint as shown, base marked 15 volts Japan; 1 7/8 inches tall, not including the metal base and with 1 5/8 across the bottom.
It isn't unusual for these old lights to still work despite their age, but I have no way to test them and cannot guarantee they'll light for you. All their metal bases look nice and clean, however, with no corrosion.
Uncommon antiques for the investor and choice collectibles for the clever collector.
COLLECTION: A time machine on a shelf; a museum in the kitchen. Reach out to touch the memory of sweet childhood laughter.