#296 Wizard of Oz Battersea Set

Five button Battersea Wizard of Oz set in pewter with Dorothy (and Toto), the Scarecrow, the Tinman, the Lion, and Oz. Founder’s head shank on the reverse. Backmarked BATTERSEA 2001, Solid Fine Pewter. Decorated mounting card included. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#291 Dubois Palette and Brushes

Fun and colorful painter’s palette white glass paperweight (colorless cap over the white base) from the studio of Nancy Dubois. Four color pastes add sparkle to the palette, and two silver paintbrushes dangle from the attached wire. The brushes measure an additional 1 1/2” beyond the button’s measurement. Reverse signed and dated 2009. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#294 Smart Telephone

Keep your landline for this delightful Mary Gaumond realistic black glass telephone with movable cord & clear glass dial with numbers and letters. Signed and dated 2019 on the reverse. Copper loop shank. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#242 St. Peter

Large Russian lacquerware on wood depicting St. Peter. Gold leaf applied to the halo and verbage areas. Signed and dated on the reverse. Inserted copper wire U shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#243 Battersea Crucifixion

Large oval sterling silver depicting Christ being brought down from the cross. Founder’s portrait shank and full backmarks. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#237 Mermaid Studio

A mermaid’s portrait, her hair entangled with dolphins, was created in air-dry clay by a studio artist. Paint and glass embellishment. Reverse shows artist’s signature B. Divas & date 7-06. Applied metal plate and loop shank. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#238 Frog on Bidri

This extra-large oval button features a hand-painted frog mounted on bidri. Heavy loop shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#212 William Tell

Handpainted lacquered paper mache from Russia. Signed and dated on the reverse. Self shank with thread grooves. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#213 Duck Pull Toy

“Duck on a Roll”, a “pull-toy” moveable button featuring an enamel duck, wood painted wagon with copper wheels, paper & paint elements, glass cover, stainless steel wire and tiny doll dress shell button pull mechanism, and mango wood mount. A charming collaboration from studio artists Elizabeth Mott and Janet White. Decorated mounting card included. Limited edition #1 of 8. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#187 Toy Train Verbal

A little wood and brass toy train can’t wait for you to purchase the “3 CENT TICKET 1908” token, so it can make its way around the brass track circling the inner rim of the cherry wood mount. All aboard! By artist Elizabeth Mott. Green paint background and painted train. Glass cover. Unseen reverse of the authentic token reads “Municipal Traction Co.” Reverse shows inset copper plate with loop shank and artist’s nameplate. Est. selling price is $30-60.

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