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Milk Glass horn shaped vases - Glasswarein Glassware
Sewer tile frog late 1900 - Animalsin Animals
1950's Wallpaper Sections - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Wrought Iron Sculpture? 
Art Deco Lamps Bullet Frosted Glass - Art Decoin Art Deco
50's couch makeover - Furniturein Furniture
Bronze Beauty Figurine - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Chalet Art Glass Centerpiece  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mid Century Modern Children's Table and Chairs - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Beautiful women in the forrest - Victorian Erain Victorian Era

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  1. There must be two different kinds as I see they have some of these cast iron ones on ebay. Odd how the ceramic and metal ones look the same. Thanks
  2. Hmmm...This one is definitely metal, possibly iron? It's rusting.
  3. Hi, finally got a picture of my frog posted. I think they are very similar if not from the same mold.
  4. Precious!
  5. Thanks Bellin! I think the faces are iconic.
  6. Thank you Manikin!
  7. Awesome!
  8. I have a similar frog, it was dug up out of the ground in Detroit. . It is sitting in my garden under snow. I will try to post a picture.
  9. I believe it is a print. Definitely not paint. Original frame and matting. The matting may be hiding a signature but I didn't want to pull it apart. I wish I knew more the colors are fabulous and vint...
  10. Thank you Bellin68
  11. Thank you!
  12. Hello ho2cultcha, I can find no forge marks. I've never unbolted her and there may be identifying marks on her "back side" but I was afraid a may not get her back together properly. The link below...
  13. Thank you for all the wonderful comments!
  14. Thanks for the loving!!
  15. Inky, Thank you. The set makes me want to sit down with crayons and color (in the lines of course) : )
  16. Thanks stefdesign, what is puzzling is the backing of old news print. I will try to post a picture of the back.
  17. Worlds fair was a guess : ) but on further research the background scene is probably Coney Island NY depicting the main tower and Ferris wheel and off to the left maybe West Bank light house in New ...
  18. I think it was meant to be possibly a pillow. Picture doesn't do it justice. The colors have held up remarkably well. "Come in the waters fine"
  19. WOW! I excited to learn more. Love to save a bit of history.
  20. In researching I found the picture in which I believe is the picture on the silk screen. It appears to be the same picture on the album cover 1970 Plastic Ono Band Home & Studio.
  21. In researching I found the picture in which I believe is the picture on the silk screen. It appears to be the same picture on the album cover 1970 Plastic Ono Band Home & Studio. Annie Leibovitz photo...
  22. BeatleJim55 I think your spot on the image on the cover of rolling stone magazine appears to be when the poster image was taken. Although not the specific one in the poster but looks like taken the sa...
  23. If you do please email me and let me know I am curious. Thanks Peace
  24. I did find this post on another site http://www.berwyntalk.com/smf/index.php?topic=9676.0 Also Toad Hall made same size silk screens of Jimi Hendrix around the same time period.
  25. FYI My John Lennon silkscreen has Toad Hall Assoc Lansing, Mi on it
  26. Did you ever find out about the lennon silkscreen. I have one too! Only mine has a purple back ground.
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