Redwood City

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


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1930's Children's Monterey Style Chest Mexican Siesta Painting FREE Street Find! - Furniturein Furniture
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


  1. Coraline! OMG!
  2. Oops! It's called Coreline, not Moriage!
  3. The pink section is called moriage. Little glass beads.
  4. LOL, No!
  5. 1960's would be my guess..
  6. Wow! Very cool.
  7. LOL -that's is now your avatar! I love your place!
  8. What is that airplane on the roof in the distance there?
  9. Yikes! His originals sell really well. http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/drawings-watercolors/john-kettelwell-and-all-the-little-dandies-5390795-details.aspx
  10. I think it's Greek. That is a Sable Antelope on it. And I think the map is Carpathos. What is written in the map?
  11. No research!? That's good for YOU!
  12. Google victorian glass lamp shade bead fringe. Check Rejuvenation for the lamp. also google Victorian adjustable brass table lamp.
  13. Did you google it?
  14. OR - the top part may be jade.
  15. Superb work.
  16. It is all carved from an abalone shell.
  17. The case must be complement of Sports Illustrated - maybe it held something else. That's a real security badge and clearance, not a fake souvenir! Prentis Hale was a local San Francisco Scion!
  18. Oh! Now I see! They need to make these again!!
  19. The web just calls them double egg dishes. For poached eggs. Maybe you emptied the eggs into the larger well, and dipped your toast in there!
  20. Nice piece! All it would have taken was a simple Google search...!!
  21. Show the crates.
  22. I have that exact bowl. It was from a lazy susan type server. It was surrounded by half-moon shaped other bowls. Not sure of pattern.
  23. Someone posted another ring of this stone a few years ago. It's man made. I cannot recall the name of it!
  24. Never throw ANYTHING out until you Google it!!
  25. I want Nick's Garage! COOL!
  26. Beautiful! How many pics can fit in that little gem? Can we see the inside, please?
  27. I could NOT resist, even though I can't fit another piece of furniture in here!
  28. Superb!
  29. I can't believe the condition. On the side you can see, the man said hi and his brother put the blue crayon on it, just under the top. That squiggle in the third drawer is routed.
  30. It is PERFECT for reenactments & CosPlay!
  31. I will! I was just looking at your list of plants available-HOLYCOW! I never knew there were so many native CA plants!! You have GREAT photo albums,too.
  32. Cool! Is that a restoration or a sample photo of an original #4 photo?
  33. People don't realize the Japanese attacked the mainland several times - not just Pearl Harbor!
  34. Are they solid wood? I'll have to make a plan to come over! Right now, I am consumed with renting out my one bedroom cottage in Redwood City. But I would definitely love to come meet you and see yo...
  35. It's Monroe!
  36. Nice story!
  37. I want to come meet you and hang out! What are they made of? What were they molds for?
  38. Looks like it would clean up nicely. Maybe it's a little snuff box?
  39. Seriously impressed by your talent Kyra! Every time!!!
  40. Yes, it is very pretty. SO feminine!
  41. Must have been a miniature horse.
  42. Yeah but - it's his favorite horse's hoof!
  43. That must be some bathroom! Very cool.
  44. Wait! Donna J. Parks is 94. She is either Harold's second wife or his sister.
  45. Waltraud L. (Gross) Parks was born on December 14, 1927. She died on June 5, 1992 at age 64. Husband Harold William Parks, daughter Donna. I'll bet she was a war bride.
  46. Betcha any money she was a war bride.
  47. Waltraud L. (Gross) Parks was born on December 14, 1927. She died on June 5, 1992 at age 64. Husband Harold William Parks, daughter Donna.
  48. STUNNING!!!!!
  49. I immediately thought of Shirley Temple movie - but not the same. http://miss-shirley-temple.tumblr.com/page/111
  50. Springer Spaniel.
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