An incurable collector who has discovered this website and is very curious. Lovely things to see, lots to learn, and more to share. I've dove into our Mystery File tAn incurable collector who has discovered this website and is very curious. Lovely things to see, lots to learn, and more to share. I've dove into our Mystery File to post some challenges and look forward to discovering others' mysteries as well. (Read more)


See all 10
A Bunny...?? What on earth is this used for? - Figurinesin Figurines
WMF, Carl Wiedmann Vase ? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pulled Drape Bowl marked M - Art Glassin Art Glass
The Great CSL Mystery Vessel - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Studio Pottery Vase - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Oriental Flow Blue - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
West German? - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Cole Pottery? - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
American?  - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
British Plates reg. 1879 - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…


  1. Wow, had no idea these were so pricey.
  2. They look great displayed together. Particularly love the colours of the three tall vases in the back row. Thank you for sharing. That Museum Wax sounds like a good idea.
  3. Roly poly's are too cool! We have one in the basement just like yours! Fell in love with it as a kid. They would make a novel collection.
  4. We are a creative bunch, that's for sure!
  5. Looks Italian, possibly Capodimonte? Not sure if they always marked...
  6. Responses! :-D Really need to log-in more often. It could be a flower pot. The opening is awfully small, perhaps an inch and a half long max. In this case the holes on the sides would be to help fi...
  7. *Hops on the Belgian train*
  8. Try Henry Birks & Sons? They have a similar BHB mark on their ring boxes.
  9. Could be Murano for what I know of this style glass. Just saw the other link and recalled your post. Murano is turning into a catch-all these days, every generic glass ashtray on eBay seems to be want...
  10. Possibly Spooner Glass?( Perhaps links at this post can help. (
  11. Yes vertraio50 that is were the last photo was found (should have posted the link, sorry). Those are very plausible suggestions. I've put out a word on a couple Khmer & Thai language forums to see if ...
  12. Ha, did a double take. Thought it was a picture of our bedside table... then noticed. Far too clean and organized!
  13. Take it they are prints? Probably early-mid 20th. Find what type of print they are that might help pinpoint the era.
  14. Nice vase Katzl. Love the sandy texture to the top tan glaze. It does look Belgian, Thulin does sandy glazes like that.
  15. Yes, it could well be Canadian. The texture is different than other similar Canadian glazes we've encountered such as in BMP slate though this is not ruled out. And the base is glazed unlike the BMP S...
  16. Thanks racer4four! I completely understand your "collect ANYTHING" approach our house has always lived under the motto "we collect anything that collects dust." :-)
  17. Thanks nuts!
  18. Terrific arrangement and so organized! The central vase is a stunner with the folded and pulled back leaf mouth.
  19. Cookie Time! Om nom nom. This is loads of fun. Thanks for sharing!
  20. Interesting, this is the same mark on our "Turkis" vase. There doesn't seem to much information out there on these..
  21. See more


Mystery Mid-Century Vase? Three Lötz rosewater sprinkler vases Very Large Frédéric Danton Reflets Métallique Ceramic Vase w/ Snail Motif Pairpoint Puffy lamp Sweet Dreams Jezek for Skrdlovice 1970s Arts and Crafts style carved display cabinet Circa 1980 Cookie Monster (animated head) Wristwatch A WMF IKORA VASE by KARL WIEDMANN Mystery Czech vase NOT a  mystery any more -  LOETZ AUFS 237 Loetz Ausführung 237 Vase Loetz Pfauenauge "Peacock" Vase PETER SCHLUMBOHM 1896-1962 Poppy Vase by Zsolnay Weller Sicard Vase




posted 2 days ago
posted 2 days ago
posted 2 days ago
posted 2 days ago
posted 5 days ago
posted 22 days ago
posted 8 months ago
posted 1 year ago
posted 2 years ago
posted 2 years ago
posted 46 years ago
See more