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Tapio Wirkkala, Timo Sarpaneva, Alvar Aalto, Gunnel Nyman, Kaj Franck, Oiva Toikka, Nanny Still...etc.. old chinese ceramics, jewelry, old fishing gears, coins, stamTapio Wirkkala, Timo Sarpaneva, Alvar Aalto, Gunnel Nyman, Kaj Franck, Oiva Toikka, Nanny Still...etc.. old chinese ceramics, jewelry, old fishing gears, coins, stamps, vinyl lp's, 1800-century glass, clocks, Arabia ceramics, cameras.....you name it. (Read more)

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Chinese Ginger Jar - Asianin Asian
Japanese Moriage vase - Asianin Asian
"Löytö" from Tapio Wirkkala - Glasswarein Glassware
Abu-matic 20 - Fishingin Fishing
Victory 55 - Fishingin Fishing
Gloria 120 - Fishingin Fishing
Abu Record 1300 - Fishingin Fishing
Ryobi 3000 - Fishingin Fishing
"Antica" goblet from Nuutajärvi glassworks - Glasswarein Glassware
Blue vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Edit: latest knowlegde it was a desing team for these "löytö" items. Team members were Tapio Wirkkala, Erkki Vesanto...etc. So it isn't sure that designer was Tapio in this one.
  2. Cool picture i like it.
  3. Don't be i sell it too cheap. :(
  4. I would like to find a closed 50 -year-old ginger jar which would still intact and with ginger.
  5. Oh yes, thanks katherine :)
  6. I look your decanter(lovedecanters) and there is slight differences also, like crosses are deeper and wider cutted in this one. Anyway it was famous patter and made all over world.
  7. Hi Did you tried find info from patents?
  8. I think Pearl River Brand was ginger agricultural producer. Packed and exported by the china national foodstuff export corporation.
  9. Thanks racer and oldandsilly :)
  10. Thanks for commenting lovedecanters. Maybe England was 1780-1800 but not in here. Time frame is different because glassworkers moving around world and patters came along, these patters came in finla...
  11. It isn't. In Finland these items are made between 1900-1969 in Nuutajärvi glassworks. These "Antica" patterns are made worldwide so your Irish info can be right also.
  12. Congratulations! It is sure rare sleeve. I read somewhere that the first edition was destroyed in due course almost entirely.
  13. I beg your pardon?
  14. Very nice condition.
  15. It is Big Game Fly Fishing Reel. It can be from early 1900's.
  16. Sorry, i mean 1930's.
  17. Hi To date this clock you need look back of the movement and find some marks/stamps and post the marks here. This can be from 50-60's.
  18. Is the other vase Unto Suominen?
  19. There is lot people who denied that holocaust never happen, so sad. Readers Digest is rubbish. I watch war document lately, in that document American soldiers force local people to bury all death j...
  20. It don't look smoke grey more than ocean green but maybe gets it from the background.
  21. No. I think they use some stamps for decoration maybe dot come this way. Mainly this is hand painted. In my vase has bottom stamp is in difficult place to stamp perhaps thats why something may have ...
  22. Any pictures from top?
  23. I'am having difficulities for adding and editing my pictures, support is resolving issue, sorry.
  24. This is imitation from Wedgwood(British) jasperware ceramics pottery.
  25. I hope you find something.
  26. Hi Kiss records are very wanted right now. But value depends for rarity, condition and issue. There is grading for records best is MINT(unused), NM(near mint) etc. This is compilation LP, first Kiss...
  27. Thanks efesgirl for comments. I think if this is for turists there must be millions out there ;)
  28. Hi Look Japanese Dragonware tea set from net. These are usually made in 1950-1960's.
  29. I like these old pitchers, rim decoration was very popular in 1850-1890. Thanks for this :)
  30. YesterYear series reissue from 1974. Do you play them? I think value of records it is their playable.
  31. Carp theme was very popular in chinese pottery.
  32. You a welcome. No, hand blown glasses are usually thicker from bottom.
  33. Thanks for commenting. Still looking similar items and more info from web. When you look close lid, there is very similar in old chinese porcelain.
  34. These are "kartio" by Kaj Frank Nuutajärvi Glassworks from late 50's. These early blown kartio series are much thinner like pressed "new"(later) series and not signed.
  35. 1 of 7...this is scary stuff. Read your history again. Small numbers of SS troops were all over countrys that german uccupied, poland, france(vichy), ukraine, estonia....and ss volunteers like finland...
  36. Hi! Thanks for commenting, so sad i can't update these images because part of this web application doesn't work!!!!!!!!!???? These items are carved into rock, it is maybe soapstone.
  37. No, it was Victory Producter AB. Precisely it was Haddon, South Bend & Victory AB made. My reel has not Victory 55 sticker.
  38. Thanks aghcollect and katherine for comments. I just notice that when i sent this, there is proper reels section, sorry.
  39. Oops there is reels :) i think my sight is going bad. Please change section.
  40. Hi Sorry can't say much(it is rare) about this reel but i like your reels i also collect them and i have also cat like yours :). First i saw this i think my cat is travelled now in America. These ma...
  41. Sorry, from there. I need edit functions for my commenting...hint....hint!
  42. I had bad memory from Burger King Benindorm Spain. We all 3 people got diarrhea from it. But like these neon lights.
  43. I think too it is pharmacy pottery very common styling for these.
  44. I'll love it, can't wait real mushrooms coming up :)
  45. There is some noise only when starting to play. I like these discs they are stunning, big shiny format. Plays cd's as well.
  46. Very nice art nouveau piece, me like!
  47. Nice prism cutted vase. Did they sign these? First there was place then it came brand ;)
  48. Thanks to all :)
  49. Thanks zowie. I have say i hate this piece so it is sold today in flea market but still it is desing glass ;)
  50. Thaks to all likers ;) I don't collect art glass or pressed anymore. I like a most these late 1800's or early 1900's hand blown glasses. I always wonder and admire skills, who make these. In this gl...
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