Yum! All the accessories for a fun meal of delicious crustaceans! Believe it or not, there is nothing more romantic that a mess of crab legs and some drawn butter. Read what inspired me to pull this collection together here.
- Burwood plaque, sailboats and lighthouse, vintage, excellent condition (12"l x 6"w)
- Crab platter, pottery, very whimsical in vivid colors with raised white dots decorating the crab's shell, vintage, signed by artist, Adele Davis (13.5" d)
- Lobster butter warmers, set of two, ceramic, vintage, includes two votives (3.5"w x 5.25"l)
- Lobster chowder bowl, black with red & white lid, 1950s, ceramic, Kenwood (5.5"d x 4.75"h)
- Crackers, set of 6, painted metal, not recommended for use as the paint is flaking, but fun for decorating (7"l)
- Hamper, woven, vintage, good condition (7"h x 9.5"w x 5.75"d)
- Postcard, postmarked July 13, 1905, Steamer Rounding Cape Light, Portland, Maine, inscribed in pencil to Miss M. W. Seymour, Wingham, Mass (no street address) with a message that reads "Hope you are not over doing this warm weather. We are pretty busy entertaining our friends." The sender, clever gal, also drew a thought bubble coming from the boat pictured on the card. The bubble says, "Order another case of tonics." Apparently they had enough gin.