Celiene

Redwood City

I am The Knickknackatorian. I collect ALL KINDS of things! Anything that interests me and catches my fancy. Let's chat! celiene.ohara@gmail dot com

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"Eat Rosebud Mush."  1890's Harker Pottery Advertising Cereal Bowl  Feat.: The Rosebud Girl - Advertisingin Advertising
"Mrs. Stern"  18??  Portrait of a woman by Itinerant Artist? - Visual Artin Visual Art
Happy Hanukkah!  "Festival Of Lights" by Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia Original 1976 Print - Visual Artin Visual Art
Simonetta Vespucci for H. Liebes & Co.  S.F. Merchant Hand Painted Plate RARE! - Visual Artin Visual Art
Mystery Siamese (Balinese?) Ceramic Man & Woman by Babs... - Potteryin Pottery
African Tribal Modernistic Watercolor Gouache Paintings - Visual Artin Visual Art
Prettiest Gibson Girl In The World! Watercolor Painting Brass & Lead Ormolu frame. - Visual Artin Visual Art
Reverse Painted Young Lady Silhouette '45 RPM' Wood Frame - Visual Artin Visual Art
NOT Candlewick LARGE Glass Boopie-Type Charger/Platter. - Glasswarein Glassware
Super Rare Blue Indiana Glass Spade Card Suit Ashtray Dish. - Glasswarein Glassware

Comments

  1. There is a faint impressed mark on the bottom. Could be form #.
  2. What is the mystery?
  3. Awesome!
  4. I love the 'candy' colors.
  5. Adorable!
  6. On the way to the dump!? What is wrong with people?? Those are pretty.
  7. So cheery on a breakfast table!
  8. I love the last paragraph in the first paper!
  9. I just love your salesman samples. They are so cool!
  10. I gotta post my Peter max bed sheets. Hippie - check out my profile info & email me.
  11. Kedrry Thank you, yes they do!
  12. WOW! Great archive!
  13. Back in the day at my catholic elementary school St. Veronica's (1-8 grade), we had a carnival every year in a huge green canvas army tent with booths to play games to raise money for the school/churc...
  14. MP.Kunst! Great job - I could not figure it out at all! You are welcome MrsTyndall!
  15. Looks like a little Bully breed to me. Sweet.
  16. Wow - his mom just died last year at 95. Sad she was preceded by three sons of five children total. RIP. http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7469559/barbara-gibb-dead
  17. Damn - he was dead almost exactly 10 years later on March 10, 1988. How MUCH we forgety with the passage of time!
  18. So young! I was 17 then and had such a crush on him & Barry (But Freddie Mercury would ALWAYS be #1!) . Sigh. Looking on the interwbs at more photos - Remember when sexy men had hair on their bodie...
  19. They are quite nice. I like the umbrella (cane) stand too.
  20. They are foo dogs. Any marks? Best to post one item per posting and use all four pics allowed and describe them as accurately as possible. Size, material, marks etc.
  21. I've never seen earring backs like that. Pretty earrings.
  22. Yeah - maybe 1988, now that I look closer.
  23. Wal-China means Walnut China cabinet. Could 88 mean 1988?? Nah - probably syle 88.
  24. Hot water bottle. (Bags.) https://www.google.com/patents/US816503
  25. That is one brave mouse! Amazing wood woprk. I wasn't sure it it was stone or concrete! It's faded to a beautiful patina.
  26. "Cop" the cream in cop bottle! I love it!
  27. Incredible!
  28. I'd like to see the whole room in total!
  29. Are those the countries the bottle company sold to, I wonder?
  30. OMG! Look at your collection! Can you please post pics of that?
  31. This one says just a can opener: http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-CAN-OPENER-BALTIMORE-SINCLAIR-amp-SCOTT-CO-1930-039-S-RARE-OLD-OPENER-/401161194240?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=%252B9wPe0I...
  32. I thought maybe a shrimp deveiner, but apparently it's a sardine can opener. http://www.postrex.com/VINTAGE-CAST-IRON-SARDINE-CAN-OPENER-SINCLAIR-SCOTT-CO-BALTIMORE-SCISSORS-SHEARS-261492302487-ebay
  33. Here he is: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/91831279874697483/
  34. Here is the man's hat. Scroll down just a bit: http://globaltableadventure.com/2012/09/18/about-the-food-of-peru/
  35. Yep she is a Quechuan indian girl with traditional headwear in Cuzco style. Probably a street artist. Here's the head wear: http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-young-quechuan-indian-girl-with-tradi...
  36. Wait - I think he's carrying a sheep? The woman has the llama on a chain. He still looks Andean ...
  37. Put in the visual art category. He carrying a llama, so it must be Peruvian. He looks Andean.
  38. Here's a ratcheting downrigger cast iron reel. http://www.ebay.com/itm/antique-cast-iron-ratcheting-fishing-reel-downrigger-rare-find-tackle-unique-/232006731511?_ul=AR
  39. It might be a trolling reel. They used copper wire. http://www.terapeak.com/worth/working-antique-taxie-4brothers4-fishing-reel-trolling-20s-braided-copper-wire/221947488675/
  40. I hope you call that boy Opie as a nickname! He is adorable!
  41. Yes it is, Hippie! Blunderbuss - were you one of the dressed in all black, masked, backpack wearing agitators? It's like we are back in the 60's, but WORSE.
  42. Mine were blue. And I had NO idea they were of the woodstock crowd. I probably got them from my Godmother's daughters. I got all their hand-me-downs (and old Barbies!)
  43. OMG! I had a pair of those when I was like 10 or 11! SOMEWHERE there is a picture of me wearing them! Mind blown!
  44. Beautiful vases, by the way. I especially like #2.
  45. ho2cultcha, I agree with you!
  46. It gives me the sads languishing in the yard.
  47. Needs way more stuff in it. That is a seriously empty space! That's a pretty big 'cabin'.
  48. Some really beautiful things there!
  49. I love the top portion.
  50. Thank you!
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