|The picture below shows a larger view of all (14) Different Small Colorful Old Artist Art Painting Pallet Related Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items included. I few items are dated, but these items range from the 1800s to the 1990s. Included in this lot are the following:|
There are (2) old printed paper pallets. These are believed to be from the 1800s. They are like old business or trade cards but they have no print. One has a young girl with a basket, and one has a boy in a suit in front of a mirror. The one with the young girl has a man’s name written on the back and has paste marked from being in a scrap book at one time.
There is an old Grumbacher advertising jewelry pin. It has (7) colored stones and (3) paint brushes. It is marked “GRUMBACHER” on the back.
There is an old silver charm bracelet charm or necklace pendant. It has (2) paint brushes, and it is marked “DANECRAFT – STERLING” on the back.
There is another similar charm bracelet charm with (2) paint brushes, but it is not marked.
Next is a gold colored metal pallet charm with a brush. It is markrk “CLAUDIA” on the front and “©1995 SCHOLASTIC INC.” on the back.
There are (3) different old silver and copper plastic gunball machine prize charms. These aren’t dated but they are from the 1950s or 1960s. One has just three brushes. One has a pallet and three brushes, and the third one has a pallet with paint but no brushes.
Next is a copper metal pallet. This is a jewelry part that had not been made into a jewelry item yet.
There are (2) different colorful ©1980 pinback buttons. The smaller one is marked “TURE OF WRITING ©1980 MIRIAM WOSK ART BRAND STRIKES BACK TM EASY ACES PROVIDENCE, RI” and the larger one is marked “SPACE BUTTONS TM EASY ACES, INC. ©1980 APRU GREIMAN JAYME ODGERS”.
Next is a painted wooden pallet jewelry pin. It has a metal pin on the back. It looks like it has some white paper stuck on the front. It could be removed.
The final item in this lot is a crafted Christmas tree ornament. It has a gold string, a miniature canvas with a stick figure, two paintbrushes, two tubes of paint, and a pallet with hearts and some holly leaves. It is signed and dated on the back “MARY 1991”.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the two paper card pallets each measure about 4-1/4'' x 3''. These items appear to range from very good to mint condition as pictured and described above.