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


  1. Love it! Look how the wire to the receiver goes in the ear end, and not the talking end!
  2. How big does it have to be to keep? Or do you throw the big ones back?
  3. To keep your rosaries in?
  4. 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 ...
  5. Beauties!
  6. They are missing their crystal pendants. I wonder if they were clear or pink?
  7. My gut says Danish or Scandinavian? Somewhere in the Nordic region. Swiss? Alpine? I could be wrong! Black Forest? They make me want to Yodel... VERY interesting shape. SO beautiful!
  8. I'm gonna start out with European. Definitely European. And GORGEOUS!!
  9. Better than a bible. It teaches actual lessons. The graphics! SWOON! SOmeone needs to take that alphabet and make it a font for computers!
  10. Aww! Mr. GreenJeans! I would have been 5 years old. I don't remember the clock, offhand!
  11. Looks like it is called "Squeeze". Oh! The sale is this weekend! (Scroll down to second set of pics.) They have it title squeeze. There is a link where you can ask a question about it. Click on t...
  12. Are you sure it's resin? I think it marble. What is the discoloration on the faces?
  13. That is the Harvard Lampoon issue, 1966.
  14. No, that is NOT Ann Margaret!
  15. Take a pic showing the whole crew.
  16. Argh! Sometime the titles are blank on my puter! And soeties the names are.
  17. They represent the Goddess feminine.
  18. I think the cross up there is gold. The chain certainly looks it.
  19. Do you have authentication?
  20. No - I'm here, but sometimes I don't log onto CW because it eats up a lot of time! I gotta get posting on ebay to make some ducats! I spend too much time researching, and not enough selling!
  21. 1/2 A POUND???
  22. Is it a map? Spirit Bear is up there, too?? Oh an! I wanna come up and play!
  23. SOMEWHERE - I have a napkin from the PussyCat Club in San Jose! That's the problem with ephemera - I am always putting it away in boxes, forgetting what is in what box...
  24. I'd like to see the painted table top, and that table to the left of the table in picture #3! Sad that someone would buy such a spectacular piece and NEVER use it!
  25. Google image search this: french classical Italian baroque furniture painted dining room
  26. WOw - they call it French Classical Italian Baroque Style Court Furniture... http://www.royaltysofa.com/index.php/product/index/id/44.html
  27. Here's one similar but - MORE of everything! http://www.dhgate.com/product/european-antique-dining-room-furniture-hand/387620502.html#s1-15-1;disc|3839579992
  28. I think it's Settocento Rococo possibly? http://www.timothy-corrigan.com/antiques/knowledge-center/italian-period-styles-settocento-rococo-1700-1750
  29. YIKES that is fussy- but I love it! Italian Rococo Renaissance? Spectacular. It needs a LARGE room to match the scale of the furniture! And I agree - there MUST be a mark inside a drawer, or som...
  30. I love everything about them.
  31. Yeah-it's better than the one currently on ebay!
  32. YOUR emerald is SPECTACULAR COLOR!!
  33. Here's one! https://www.divart.com/artworks/view_artwork/211/rayonnement-ring-state-viii-by-erte
  34. Here it is on Pinterest in Emerald. Also spelled RAYONEMENT. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/521291725588587734/
  35. Yours is actually called RAYONNEMENT. Super rare, as only 100 were made in Emerald.. This guy sold a Ruby one. Price not shown. He HAD an Emerald one-but is no longer on his site. Scroll down ...
  36. There is a book of his jewelry, too. http://library.academyart.edu/record=b1014215~S0
  37. You need to have that properly appraised. http://www.erte.com/jewelry.html
  38. YEOW! Here's a sort of similar. Called a Peacock Ring. https://www.ebth.com/items/1628304-erte-14k-yellow-gold-diamond-and-amethyst-peacock-ring
  39. I WISH CWs photo viewer had a hover-over-zoom feature!! AND that you could scroll through photos instead of opening every single one!
  40. I knew it was! I love everything fro the PPIE . My grandmother told WONDERFUL stories of it. GOD I HATE they tore everything down but the Palace Of Fine Arts. It was SPECTACULAR. http://www.eb...
  41. Pan Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, 1915. What does the entire tray say? The stairs etc. http://www.sanfranciscomemories.com/ppie/panamapacific.html
  42. It is the state motto of North Carolina & other groups. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esse_quam_videri ttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Linen-Bedcover-Tablecloth-102-x-106-Embroidered-Eagle-Crown-...
  43. Another good source. http://www.alltribes.com/kcenter/types-of-turquoise.html
  44. There are great resources online about mines. Looks like Bisbee to e. http://tucsonturquoise.com/?page_id=28
  45. So pretty lit up!
  46. I believe this one is a stool.
  47. The one with the queen - what is that one? We can't see what they say! "Paying homage to San Francisco"?? Is that from the PPIE?
  48. I love those Arabians! That's from a painting, right?
  49. LOL - I'm old school! What are the whippersnappers calling them these days? (Whatever they call 'em, still a sacrilege IMO!)
  50. Mags on a Rolls??? SACRILEGE!
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