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Clark "Huyler" Fruit Bowl... Looking for a replacement!! - Glasswarein Glassware
2 New Marbles for My Burgeoning Collection... What Are They? - Gamesin Games
Nifty Violet, Pale Blue and Clear Rhinestone Necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
French Blue Enamel Torch Pin, Drago - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
My Possibly Art Nouveau (Mourning) Pin - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
WWII Indian Ivory? Oxcart and Driver Carving Souvenir - Asianin Asian
My Arts & Crafts Unsolved Mystery Pendant - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

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  1. I can only speak to the vase, as I have an identical one. From what I remember, it's McKee Glass and it's a hybrid - a cross between pressed glass and cut glass. It might be called "Innovation." You ...
  2. The L with superscript D stands for "Limited." I guessed that the P stands for "Pen." Based on those 2 assumptions, a google search turned up "Coles Pen Co., Ltd." based in London. That would work if ...
  3. That is striking. The pose and propping (or lack of props) is so stylized and unique for the day. I've never seen any other photo like that. By the way, what does "CDV" mean?
  4. Love the color on that stone. Can you take more photos? You're allowed 3 more. Is it hinged? Beautiful.
  5. Those are OUTSTANDING!!! I just love kaleidoscopes! Excellent!
  6. Thanks for all the loves, guys.
  7. I agree with vintagemad - this looks like late 60s to me because I had one *exactly like this* at that time. In fact, when I saw the photo I did a triple-take -- I thought it was mine, which is long g...
  8. Greetings. The information I used to find the date reference was the Gentlemen's Military Interest Club, link here: http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/23771-identifying-the-period-of-manufacter-for-dr...
  9. Greetings jwendell222 and thanks for your comment. I do see that cross-hatch pattern. In addition, the material in this carving resembles very much the keys on my piano, which was made in 1927. So I'm...
  10. I found this article on conservation which talks about the composition of the paints themselves. There is a reference section at the end which you might find helpful: http://cool.conservation-us.org/...
  11. Hi Dean, What a gorgeous bracelet! I want to point out that I don't think the stones are cut. From your photos they appear to be either pressed or cast from a mold. Can you post a photo of the back ...
  12. Oh, I forgot - I wonder if the metal is pinchbeck? I don't know if it was used in jewelry as late as 1910, but if so, it seems likely that's what it is.
  13. Hi Sewing, I found it, actually, on Regina's site - it's captioned "Circa 1910 Czech Necklace." It has a graceful drawn cable chain with it. Or at least, if it's not the one you are talking about, it...
  14. Dear Sewing, Thank you so very much! You know, I had a feeling my pendant was some kind of brass. It doesn't exactly look just like copper, but not totally like brass either. Anyway, I will check ou...
  15. Davy - Thanks - it's definitely glass, and I'm pretty sure it's "Peking Glass." The pendant belonged to my great-aunt, so I doubt it's 60s-era. Sewing: Thank you so much - I'll be interested to hear ...
  16. My update: I think the cabochon might be what's called "Peking Glass." Several hits on google look very similar to this center stone. As yet, though, no idea of the maker. I see this piece as transiti...
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Pierre D'Avesn plate 1800's ladies 18K pocket watch The Princess by Amphora Grandmothers Bracelet My Gaggle of Kaleidoscopes CZECH GLASS AND BRITISH SILVER HALLMARKS. Luston - 14K  Vintage ladies wrist watch can't find it on the net Blue Fish, Pink Elephant, White Dog 14K Rose gold Mourning pendant G.E. 'Hotpoint' TM-8 Electric Clock/Range Timer Paint Box of Artist's watercolors made by G.C. Osborne