TrustyHuckster

Chicago

I actually have several different collections - primarily because when I find something I really like, I feel it looks lonely by itself, so I build a collection arouI actually have several different collections - primarily because when I find something I really like, I feel it looks lonely by itself, so I build a collection around it. My largest collections - and those which I am always adding to - are my Art Glass collection (currently filling two bookcases and an entire display wall) in the family room, and my Salt Glazed Stoneware collection (residing in the living room, predominantly on top of a 1920 vertical grand piano). I also have a small collection of Salt Cellars, an art pottery collection comprised primarily of American pottery and Raku - but I recently discovered Paul Dachsel and the Austrian Art Pottery and Secessionist era, and I'm chomping at the bit to add one of those. (Read more)

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Eickholt Studio, Blue Quilt Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Daniel Lotton Pulled Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Transjo Hytta - Sweden - 18" Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glass Sea Shell - Cia Glass - Austin, Texas??? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Maple City Pottery - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Art Pottery - Vase - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Lenox Williamsburg Pewter Tray 
Lone Star Quilt with custom quilting - Folk Artin Folk Art
Abelman Glass - Trumpet vase, 2004 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glass buttons from 1930's wedding outfit - Sewingin Sewing

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  1. Thanks for all the loves.
  2. You never pay too much if you buy it because you love it. Can't really tell from the pictures, but if that is enamel, it is considered plique a jour - like cloisonné but without a backing metal - so ...
  3. Thanks for the comment, hula. And thanks to everyone else for the love
  4. Thanks for the love
  5. Glad you liked it, Moonstone! Thanks to everyone else for the love
  6. thanks everybody!
  7. My wife owns a quilt shop, so I had her ask some of her staff. One of them collects depression era quilts, and she thinks you are correct. She has a piece of similar shape to yours which seems to have...
  8. oh, and it's for food
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