NSW Australia

My Name is ROSE.I have a vast range of vintage & antique goodies.I started collecting 30 years ago.I have bought & sold many things over the years.At the moment I faMy Name is ROSE.I have a vast range of vintage & antique goodies.I started collecting 30 years ago.I have bought & sold many things over the years.At the moment I favour 70's and earlier Asian things.After moving house 8 years ago, we went travelling and sold a lot of my collections.I didn't take long to start up again. So much for sparse.....sparse is not me and very cold.My personality didn;t shine thru in the decor until I started to collect again. I love Anything that catches my eye really.Unusual (Read more)


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  1. Hi.Just seen these .Can you please check out my pixies which I believe to be spelter and not the same version, but the version holding the book up. Cheers ROSE
  2. These pixies are the version of pixies with the book up.There are 2 versions.1 holding book on lap other version holding book up. There is a post on here with bookends with other cersion.I cant copy ...
  3. how can I tell if bronze or spelter?
  4. oh WOW. Thanks for this info.They do have holes in the feet and felt has been placed on base.Will upload a better pic Your help is much appreciated thank you ? Rose
  5. Can anyone help me with this.Still a mystery!!
  6. I thought I 'd show my opal again with all the lovely opals around. Cheers Rose
  7. Wow A very tasteful piece.
  8. This is still a mystery.Any ideas what these ladies are called?
  9. I have had it framed with the some of the french postcards
  10. I hag my similar shade shipped from china.I found what i liked saved 4 it and treated my self.It cost me $250 Australian dollars including shipping which came in a flat pack glass wrapped carefully an...
  11. Thanks vintagelamp
  12. I am posting this again.I meant to so it on ANZAC DAY. LEST WE FORGET
  13. I will post pics of them framed with the silk from Egypt .
  14. I have put this in to be framed along with the french silk memory of pte.j.w.kirton.L.G.S 31st battalion A.I.F
  15. or maybe a device for spinning wool from a spinning wheel.not sure what they are called
  16. here is my hubby's fishing spool.
  17. it looks like a fishing spool to me Cheers Rose
  18. A truly amazing piece.The photographs are exceptional showing the natural beauty and detail in the carnelian cheers Rose
  19. It looks like a baby pusher to help push food on to a spoon.Not sure if it has a more technical name
  20. they were used to catch the light which is reflected from the prisms to make a room appear brighter. very pretty Cheers Rose
  21. Soulportal may be able to help id. I have 1 similar but 1 sleeve is missing cheers Rose
  22. to Deb..... Hahaha I just happened to be on here same time as you. I saw part of the show but missed most of it Rose
  23. thanks for that link antiquerose.Yes he also did beautiful glass and I am not conviced it is ww.It also could be Chinese mark but no one seems to know.Got us stumped.I think Debra gave up looking but ...
  24. Karen. Racer4 four if you are around can you take a peek at id ing this little snuff bottle? Chinese glass or not? cheers rose
  25. thanks all for the love.I am still no closer as to what it is? I believe the part with the dragon on one side and phoeix on other has been added at a later date, Shrine are you around ? Any thoughts?
  26. Thanks.all help for this lady much appreciated Rose
  27. Sean,can you help with id.old? New?
  28. Oh dear :( Still no takers on glass id?
  29. i may have found the maker.Austrian Weiner Werkstatte 1903.-1932 found makers mark on great glass not sure though. other opinions
  30. what about a pic of the lid that was with it.Very pretty jewelled.You can edit this post and maybe remove one of the id stamp. I hope you dont mind the input.
  31. hi Deb,glad you found this great group.I am sure someone will be able to help identify this very pretty piece. CheersRose
  32. thanks for the love Rose
  33. thanks for the love Rose
  34. enjoy Rose
  35. This 1 is far more valuable.
  36. They are timid unlike the emu who are curious
  37. I acquired this from an auction last week.This type of thing can no longer come in or go out of the country.The other one I posted with carvings is worth 3 times more than this feathered beaded one. ...
  38. I will try & get around to posting the mask too
  39. Nice piece there Karen.Whether horn or ivory you did well dust only.Never wet ivorn. I did well at uction on weekend,or hubby did,with some cassowary bone daggers.Will post when I get a chance cheer...
  40. Yes noob,that seems to me like it could be trye.The base is certainly much finer than the top.I do love it though. cheers Rose
  41. The mirror link is certainly very similar.I would date to that era. The cloisonne on both sides is slightly convex. No marks on base Thanks for input and love.
  42. maybe not a gong.No mallet with it and cloisonne wouldnt be struck.What else is it called?
  43. oops i will rotate in the morn.uploaded from phone.sorry
  44. that's it Kevin.woo hoo thanks so much.Will have a look into when I feel up to it.ended up in Cas today with chest pain all good though The southerly is here no,so a reprieve from todays heat. Cheer...
  45. hi everyone. Thanks for the love. I had been looking at German or Italy /Portugal to no avail. I will keep up the search again tomorrow, in the meantime any help appreciated! CheersRose
  46. He was an 82 year old Englishman.. I have a lot of alabaster and didnt think it looked anything like any of my alabaster pieces. It has a very salty taste to it.Yes. I usually taste stones and gems....
  47. I took him to the antique fair today to be told 1940's Italian alabaster! Who would have thought.I have quite a few carved alabaster ornaments and I would never have guessed alabaster! Never mind I s...
  48. I paid $180 for it,so if it wasn't jade I was happy either way! Thanks Shrine for your input,I value your opinion Cheers Rose
  49. Happy New Year to all you fantastic Collectors around the world from the land down under.New years day here now 10.10 am Cheers Rose
  50. Merry Christmas all from Rose from OZ This is my xmas pressy from my hubby to me. I will be taking it to a gemstonestone specialist in the new year to help to identify it. ENJOY ROSE
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