My favorite is this small pitcher.
After getting it home I looked up the mark on the bottom and found out it is Balleek bone china. It is a creamer, and is missing the sugar bowl. That's allright though, I like it as a small vase. It was produced between 1946 through 1955. This photo was edited with Kim Klassen's 12 Days of Christmas Textures, Providence and Wonderful Magic.
Another fun find is this Welch's "Junior" bottle. I'm not sure of the date, but they started making them in the 1920's. It made a nice candycane reindeer holder for the holidays.
Here are a couple more of the vases I found. I'm not sure how old they are, but they sure looked vintage. The only marking on this vase was "Japan" so i figured it was a trinket type souvenir. It only measures 4 inches across.
This vase had no markings and looked to be handpainted. It's so pretty and delicate looking.