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Very Old all Brass "LION LOCK". Any Info On it Out There? - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Unusual-Shape Sepia-Colored WALTHER & SOHNE Cloud Glass VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
Does this DACHSHUND with a Tam Have a Name and What's the purpose. - Animalsin Animals
Bohemian- I think- Murano-Maybe? RUBY VASE with AVENTURINE - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Deco CZECH Bottle -Perfume or Decanter? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Bronze Plaque of  MARY WITH TEARS 
My Horse Called BEAUTY- Who was he-she? - Animalsin Animals
Tangerine-Orange DAVIDSON GLASS-Cloud Glass VASE -1933-1935 - Art Glassin Art Glass
RAINBOW GLASS "Tangerina" VASE circa 1966 - Art Glassin Art Glass
I Should but I don't recognize this Paperweight. - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Thanks AzTom!Fabulous Site! I contacted the site's author to offer my photos. RER Than you aghcollect for the love. RER
  2. I went through all these photos before but none exactly like this one or with the exact name to be seen. Many of the locks shown are from India....I don't think this one was. Thanks Roycroftbooksfromm...
  3. Thank you CW for the Help in uploading this! BOB
  4. This is Sue's Creation but you may never be able to find out who she is. Individuals working in Pottery Art studios would mark their own wares often with only their name. It's a very "Brainy" looking ...
  5. In the reference book mentioned above, similar and older bookends show the Heads of the Peacocks sticking out over the top of the bookends. RER
  6. Your "Proud Peacock" Bookends date circa 1930 and are made of Grey Metal and were marketed by ART METAL WORKS....Book Value $175 Info. Source: Collector's Encyclopedia of BOOKENDS by Louis Kuritzky ...
  7. Hi Sunfawn! I can't seem to be able to upload anything here at CW since a week ago. When I try to add photos , the CHOSE PHOTOS application no longer opens up. I have no idea what's going on with my c...
  8. They often folded the upper section of their rims and in this case crimped it. I have had small round bowls with this same treatment. BOB
  9. Made in 1891 is what you were thinking! RER
  10. Clevenger Brothers of S. Jersey made this style of glass in the 1930's-40's that copied old blown glass of the 1800's- early 1900's. I'm not saying that this is what it is but it's worth a look. RER
  11. Canadien ehh! C'est possible. RER(Robert)
  12. Toothpick holders I would think! RER
  13. They often had information under their base and I know that in Canada that these bottles were mostly used either for Wine or Vinegar in the 1930's.
  14. TallCakes! It sure is! I looked through that site after you gave me the link a few days ago but I must have missed the Vases page. So she's called DIANA...great to know....Thanks again, BOB Thank y...
  15. It's probably Italian like the compote that is in the background of these photos listing a Lenci Figurine. It was apparently found and identified in a 1950-60's Glass Reference book. RER(BOB) http://...
  16. Thank you musikchoo for the love. BOB
  17. I have seen a Teapot & Creamer in this pattern & exact color. I would think it dates 1950's. RER
  18. Quite impressive in Green too...I must say! Finding out that my vase was "Cloud Glass" reminded me that I had another Cloud Glass vase put away somewhere and I finally found it in my storage pile. I'l...
  19. TallCakes! Is it the 3" squat/footed one that would have had a frog? Interesting Bowl. BOB
  20. I see that they actually called this color "Tangerina" so I was pretty close on the color name. RER
  21. I honestly had never heard of Rainbow Glass.....even at my ripe old age, I am still learning. Kanawha and Pilgrim, I had heard of. Thank you TallCakes and eye4beauty for taking the time to help me out...
  22. Thank you shareurpassion for your comments and love. BOB
  23. Thank you wksgibson! Wonderful site that I have added to my favorites. BOB
  24. Does it rattle when you shake it? I agree, an URN. RER(BOB)
  25. Thank you kyratango for the love. RER(BOB)
  26. He looks good enough to eat right now....green licorice....but was he a candy cointainer....Thanks AmberRose and thank you mikelv85, aghcollect, valentino97 and antiquerose for the loves. RER(BOB)
  27. Thanks shareurpassion for the comments and love and thanks to racer4four, blunderbuss2 and smiata for the love. BOB
  28. Thank you aghcollect, mikelv85 and vetraio50 for the love. RER(BOB)
  29. Hi smiata ! Yes, I suppose it could since it would hold at least 6-7 ounces of lotion. Thank you smiata and antiquerose for the comments and love and thank you aghcollect, SEAN68, Lee, bratjdd, racer4...
  30. Thanks antiquerose for the love. RER(BOB)
  31. I've tried and I have Seen The Light!! Thank you fhrjr2....BOB
  32. Does your research provide a date of manufacture? So the old banks were actually this small! Thanks for your input fhrjr2, BOB
  33. If it was plated, it was done at time of manufacture. There is wear or oxidation on the horse's nose on both sides. This one was never a Bank...it would have been too small. The two parts that make th...
  34. Pretty Sure that this is another depiction of a barefoot Peasant Girl at prayer during the ANGELUS, the Catholic times of prayer during the day. The Angelus was made famous by Jean Francois Millet in ...
  35. Thank you vetraio50, mikelv85,racer4four and musikchoo for the loves. BOB
  36. Thanks aghcollect and SEAN68 for the love. RER(BOB)
  37. Beautiful....is it signed? RER(BOB)
  38. The color was called MONAX and the pattern is American Sweetheart, made by MacBeth-Evans Glass Company circa 1930-1936. RER(BOB)
  39. Thank you wksgibson for the comments & love and thank you racer4four, inky, smiata, kyratango and Weirdpuckett for the loves. RER(BOB)
  40. Thanks Lee and smiata for the love. BOB
  41. Thanks mikelv85, vetraio50 and racer4four for the loves. RER(BOB)
  42. Looks like MERCURY to me. RER
  43. Thank you SEAN68, aghcollect, mikelv85, vetraio50, mac63 and Moonstonelover21 for the love. BOB
  44. What exactly is "Flexing".....is it the loss of gilding/paint we see? BOB
  45. I belong to the Historical Lighting Society of Canada and we deal mostly in N.American lamps. I have seen literally thousands of lamps but the Joker font holder/lamp is new to me. It's certainly not a...
  46. I like the Black Glass Vase. RER(BOB)
  47. Have you checked Anchor Hocking in Blue Opalescent MOONSTONE. The bowls certainly look like AH. BOB. PS: I like these colors in Glass
  48. I should have said the Candlesticks are Tiffin.... not sure of the bowl. RER(BOB)
  49. Looks more like a TIFFIN Glass Console Set in Opaque Green. RER(BOB)
  50. They are based on a painting called "L'Angelus" by JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET that is in the Orsay Museum in Paris, painted in 1857. The Angelus was a call to prayer for catholics to stop work at 6:00 am, n...
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