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Rattan or wicker bar stool  - Furniturein Furniture
Mother's Pin Cushion - Sewingin Sewing
Homemade doll chair? - Dollsin Dolls
Childhood music box - Toysin Toys
Large old doll - Dollsin Dolls
Some type of kitchen strainer??? - Kitchenin Kitchen
Nuts - an old holder & crackers! - Kitchenin Kitchen
old ash tray stand - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Hair Lift with glass stones ? - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Red broach and clasp earrings - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

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  1. So glad that Cracker Barrel does not have all of the family photos! Glad yours are saved! Nancy
  2. Looks delicious! Nancy
  3. Could this also be a scraper? I once loved gathering these gyms as it shows how simply but difficult Native Americans once lived. Wish I had a plowed field to search today. I have a small collectio...
  4. Sorry friends, I have not checked in for awhile. PoliticalPinbacks were you talking with someone else about Michicigan? Antiquerose, I like your name and will check soon. I appreciate all comments; ...
  5. Thanks Efegirl for the info! It may be the only information that I find! Thanks!
  6. Lovely!
  7. It is extremely wonderful; wish I could see it in person - only them could I see its awesomeness! CardinalLady
  8. Thanks brunswick. It had lots of play because I had few toys.
  9. Best political statement I have seen! Nancy
  10. This is lovely! Nancy
  11. Lovely, but without the glare, it must be great! Nancy
  12. This is smooth and modern! Nancy
  13. Majestic! Nancy
  14. I love this! Nancy
  15. Thanks Manikin! I am trying to help a friend know what to keep & what to let go! You have helped me greatly!
  16. Why could I not think of that? Wow! Thanks TallCakes & TubAmp. I knew it has to have a handy use! Thanks again!
  17. Fhrjr2 thanks for your information. It is very helpful! CL
  18. Thanks, agh, you always know! Nancy
  19. It is the original ashtray. I think it's been painted; believe it was brown. Thanks shareurpassion!
  20. Thanks for the love folks! Nancy
  21. Thanks Vetraio and Agh for the love!
  22. I do not have the tools for that, 409, etc - thought I did, but do not. It is such a small piece wired to the center of glass pieces, I doubt it is Bakelite. It just has such a good orange color. ...
  23. Thanks Katherine! It looks like a Bakelite center - not like glass at all! Thanks again!
  24. Thanks agh. I have not been online for a few days!!!!
  25. I am so sorry that I gave mine away years ago - a gift from my parents! Enjoy yours! Nancy
  26. Thanks, fhrjr2!
  27. Fhrjr2, our regards and thanks for your service! He spanned Nov67-69June based in Hawaii (ha), but spending about 3 months in country, one month somewhere else, and then back. 68 was a rough year - ...
  28. I noted in finding Charles Perdew's history, that the year may be 1909, and the call may be a crow call. Anyone out there that might know more than that? Thanks!
  29. No, I have never seen the cover. I think my dad used it in Alabama duck hunting or knew someone who did. Thanks, fhrjr2. I will do some checking.
  30. Dainty and lovely!
  31. I should have stated that my husband is a disabled Veitnam Veteran - I do not know why I did not say that before. Our family is very proud of him and all Veterans who have gone before and after him. ...
  32. Fhrjr2, I would not give your hell! I was not the "one." Thanks for your comment!
  33. Scott, thank you very much for your information and question. Both sides have a peg, but one looks a little different from the other one, but still rather round. I had thought one looked like tiger ...
  34. Blunder, thanks for sharing your chair. It is indeed very much like mine, perhaps same wood, difficult to tell. Let me know if you are ever willing to part with it! Thanks again. I have an old tab...
  35. Blunderbuss2, thank you so much for this recent comment. I loved it when I saw it in a church consignment store. I just wish I had at least 2 like it! I can see why you like yours! Thanks again an...
  36. Looks more comfortable than current hospital beds! I love the rich color!
  37. Love it! I could swirl in this chair! Maybe after some KY Bourbon!
  38. I have a much larger one that we rigged to fry fish in 40 years ago. It is probably 24 x 10, just guessing. I love these useful items!
  39. Divine!
  40. Are they dining chairs? Is there a makers' mark on the bottom? Lovely pair
  41. So lovely & different!
  42. Lovely!!!
  43. Shockingly lovely! Love jewelry!
  44. Thank you Blunderbuss2, fhrjr2, Antiquerose, and fhrjr2 - my master teachers! There are lots of old and new Airstreams on the road. Our small Winnebego on the left, second photo. My husband is disa...
  45. THANK YOU TALLCAKES!!!! Sorry I am just checking back, but I sincerely thank you for helping!
  46. Sean, it has a smooth bottom, with a little outward raised leaf pattern. It has R & G on the side. Thanks for your question and comment! Virginia and Sean, Happy New Year!
  47. Thanks SEAN and agh for liking this bottle. It still has a fresh smell of lavender! I cannot find one like it online - found more fancy ones, but not this small one.
  48. Let me clarify the title, it is Roger and Gallet - using my iPad and I was a little sloppy! Sorry
  49. That you nutsabotas as you confirm my research. It is lovely and still has a very good pink tone color for the flowers!
  50. I will check again also - I cannot remember who told me Sears - will check Morris. I just love theses chairs and feel they are classic! If you discover, please post your findings!
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