Grouping of Easter containers & decorative items. 1st set – 3 composite rabbits with one rabbit pulling a cart, one standing on all four legs, and one sitting with a removable head (marked partially GERMANY). 2nd set – 6 paper eggs with 5 having lithographic printed exteriors and floral printed interiors, the remaining unprinted egg having a felt composite bird in a nest. 3rd set – 5 opalescent and milk glass eggs with three having decorations that include a gold decorated chick coming out of an egg and another with the letters EASTER GREETINGS. 4th set – chocolate mold with the design of rabbits pulling an egg cart and two pages with lithographic cutouts of rabbits, Easter eggs, and floral motifs. Largest decorative paper: 15-3/8"H x 11-3/4"W, chocolate mold: 8-1/4"L, largest egg: 5-7/8"L, smallest egg: 2-3/8"L, rabbit candy container with removable head: 4-3/8"H, bunny with cart: 4"H x 8-1/4"L. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st set – composite rabbit on all four legs has some scattered paint loss. 2nd set – lithographic printed eggs with minor losses and abrasions to exterior surface, some warpage preventing eggs closing properly. 3rd set – some gilt paint loss. 4th set – some minor rust/oxidation to mold, minor tears to paper sheets.
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