Celiene

Redwood City

I am The Knickknackatorian. I collect ALL KINDS of things! Anything that interests me and catches my fancy.

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Rhinestone Fleur De Lis & Enamel & Rhinestone Flower Choker & Bracelet - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Sterling,  Gold , Marcasite & ?? Green Gemstone Brooch. - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Unused Raimond Silverplate Telephone Receiver Cover (Like Hopalong Cassidy's!) - Telephonesin Telephones
French Jet Cha Cha Earrings West Germany - Maker? - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Pearl Necklace Clasp  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
California Happy Cows! - Photographsin Photographs
Antique screwdriver. - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Angels Among Us - Photographsin Photographs
Porcelain Glazed Insulator Maker? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
GIANT Glass Insulator - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware

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  1. You can get your modern human tooth jewelry at 'Loved To Death' on Haight Srt. in San Francisco! http://www.lovedtodeath.com/search?q=human+tooth
  2. I LOVE THAT!!!!!
  3. Not a Chinese plate. Look at the mark, Google it.
  4. Put it in the African Artifact category.
  5. I'd put in knives so Nevada Sees it for sure.
  6. Good catch! That little cleaver sure does look like it could cause some damage!
  7. And this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Brass-Water-Hose-Nozzle-23-Long-Patent-Nov-24-1925-/302040577126
  8. Here's another! http://www.terapeak.com/worth/antique-brass-nozzle-wand-patent-nov-24-1925-vintage-wood-handle-rare/161990980759/
  9. What an amazing appliance! You could live in a skeevy SRO and have gourmet meals everyday. So cool!!
  10. You are going to need this "Table Cookery" cookbook! Amazing! http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/eaa_CK0018/
  11. What size is it? Put it in the WWII category or trench art if there is one. Show a pic of it open, please.
  12. Those are Satyresses, if that helps.
  13. You can see the one missing stone on the bracelet 4th in from the right. I thought maybe the elaborate links would give some clue!
  14. Any idea of period?
  15. Anyone know what the green stone is? It's a gemstone, because it's got inclusions that you can see in the pics. I'll try to get the marks, but they are not sharp to begin with. It might just be mar...
  16. Toothpicks? Or just a little bud vase. It looks like a dust devil!
  17. Oh, she is DEFINITELY well-bred!
  18. Her stuff is beautiful! Verylanguid.
  19. I'm gonna go with the guy. They are in the manner of Schoop. Wow - Lefton had a version, too.
  20. THESE are Hedi. That ^^ ebay listing says 'schoop style' http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/rare-vintage-pair-hedi-schoop-ballet-comedystyle
  21. Wait - those are the same pics...
  22. Kovel's has them as Schoop. And here's another pair. Do a google image search hedi schoop comedy & tragedy... http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/152228244041?item=152228244041&lgeo=1&vectorid=229466&rmvS...
  23. They are Comedy & Tragedy if that helps.
  24. I had that exact same one on the left w/o baby Jesus.
  25. Those are called Barley twists.
  26. What a shame. You can check ebay. You never know what will turn up.
  27. I though individual people made trench art, not manufacturers.
  28. AWESOME! OOH! There's one of the ride-on ponies! What happened to them?
  29. Basically, whatever someone is willing to pay for it.
  30. Thanks! Where is it (general area)?
  31. Garuda - golden-winged eagle of wisdom and enemy of the Nagas (serpents). The Etruscan God Typhon is similar because the Yazidis of Iraq are descended from ancient Hindus.
  32. No one mentioned the ice blue eyes contrasting with the dark hair of that lovely, lovely girl!
  33. Google it - lot's of them out there. Nothing much to say. It's booze. Probably totally drinkable. I think you already found this site: http://www.drinksplanet.com/what-is-the-value-of-crown-roya...
  34. They are probably depicting regional traditional clothing in China. "Arts & Crafts era" is wrong category. (That is for items made in the Arts & Crafts era 1910's - 30's)
  35. No - it's not trench art. There are several online exactly the same, and were mass produced. Trench art would be one of a kind. One person said it was cast fro scrap aluminum from the actual B29, bu...
  36. It's chrome?
  37. Superb. Is the clock marked? Take the pics out of the frames - are they marked? There MUST be a mark on something. Is it sterling? It's a wedding trousseau vanity set.
  38. More accurate name: B-29 Superfortress.
  39. Apparently, these were made from the aluminium from scraped B29 Airplanes.
  40. Here is another: http://picclick.ca/Vtg-ALUMINUM-Model-Boeing-B-29-AIRPLANE-ASHTRAY-Desk-122077562363.html
  41. It is an ALUMINUM Model Boeing B-29 desk ashtray. Take out of figurines, Post in WWII.
  42. Yes. It is an ashtray. Those little indents in the base are for cigarettes.
  43. I bet you get comments all the time! I love that bag.
  44. I want to live there.
  45. Love it! Look how the wire to the receiver goes in the ear end, and not the talking end!
  46. How big does it have to be to keep? Or do you throw the big ones back?
  47. To keep your rosaries in?
  48. Turn the hanger the other way (loosen the bolt- I think you can hang either way). It looks handmade. I think it is just a decorative piece, made to look like a wall sconce light. Maybe it was ...
  49. Beauties!
  50. They are missing their crystal pendants. I wonder if they were clear or pink?
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