sarahoff

Wisconsin

I have my parents to thank for my love of the worlds oddities and antiques:)

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Art Deco boudoir glass lamp - Art Decoin Art Deco
Poorly shipped art nouveau/ deco lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Art Deco Nuart  figural lamp piece? - Art Decoin Art Deco
Moms mystery painting - Visual Artin Visual Art
Art Deco glass flower pots. Unknown maker - Art Decoin Art Deco
Art deco slip shade sconces - Art Decoin Art Deco
Husbands neat thrift store find - Asianin Asian
English 1884 ceramic lion/gargoyle jardiniere - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
1930s Art Deco J.C. Virden Co. Slipper shade light - Art Decoin Art Deco
Antique/Vintage stone marble  - Gamesin Games

Comments

  1. I think you may be right Dave, thank you!
  2. Thank you so much Phil, I thought it would be an impossible task!
  3. Thank you kyra, courteney, and pops!
  4. Ebay and Etsy, thats why I asked, I just wasnt sure.
  5. Thanks Efesgirl, I've tried finding a maker and the geometric shaped planter has been listed as Anchor Hocking, but I wasnt sure.
  6. Thank you caperkid,Mike,kyratanga,aura,rucklcazglass,racer4four,lulu,and iras for all the love and help!
  7. I was able to upload slightly better photos of the front and the back.
  8. Thanks Lisa for all your help!
  9. Hello Lisa, thank you for your fast response. The screen is solid wood and very heavy. It looks like the wood has been carved to give it dimensional design, no other material appears to have been used...
  10. Thanks Mike, my husband is mighty proud of his find:)
  11. Thank you vetraio,mike,blunderbus, & Sean. Good to hear from you fellas again.
  12. Good lead jewels, they do have some similar designs.
  13. Thank you aura for the love!
  14. Thank you racer4four, the lady he purchased it from is a sweetheart and really took care of this beauty.
  15. Thank you Mike and Kerry!!
  16. Thank you Tom,racer4four, and Kerry for the love:)
  17. Kyratango, I still can't find any other bracelet examples, if it wasn't for your input I'm not certain I'd ever have found an answer:)
  18. Thank you Kerry, Mike, Peasejean, Vetraio, and Katherine for the love:)
  19. kyratango, it's been way to long since I've worked a needle and thread, but I'm willing to give it a try:)
  20. valentino, thank you for the kind response! The enamel center is almost 1.5" by almost.75". Kyratango inspired me to go out and purchase some brown velvet ribbon, and it worked perfectly with the clas...
  21. Kyratango, you are amazing! Thank you for the speedy response!
  22. Thank you so much Caperkid for the kind comment:)
  23. oldandsilly, that's what I was attempting to say without stepping on your toes:)
  24. I honestly don't have an idea about their age, But I do have a few mudmen and yours seem to be better quality and not made of the same clay. Your statue's may be porcelain.
  25. Yours is the only gold item I've found with the CFH mark, most are in silver. You may have a rare item there:)
  26. Was your grandmother Danish? The mark looks like it's the Danish three tower assay mark and I think the jewelry makers mark CFH is Christian F. Heise.
  27. Maybe have the lady on the right checked out though, she's less crude and has more detail than most mudmen.
  28. Thank you peasejean,newtimes,valentino,tuscan-tiques,EZa,kivatiniz,roycroft,& Hunter for all the love!
  29. Thank you BellEpoque, paulmartin, katherine, and Elizbethan for the love! Elizbethan, I will definitely check into the Russian idea:)
  30. Thank you aghcollect,courtenay,lulu,vetraio,mike,melanie,and sean for the love and kind comment:)
  31. Thank you oldandsilly, the stone is without inclusions or color variation and warms up to the touch. I wish it was a stone, but still think it may be glass:)
  32. Thank you Katherine, beautifully said.
  33. Thank you blunderbus, Toni, Kyratango, Mike, Katherine, racer4four, and aghcollect for all the love:)
  34. Looks like it's marked on the upper part of the piece.
  35. Thank you so much for all your love Fran:)
  36. Thank you rocker-sd, I'll definitely have to take a look at the rookwood vases.
  37. Thank you agram:)
  38. Thank you vetraio,aghcollect,racer4four,mike, and pops:)
  39. Checked all my favorite silver maker sites, this one may end up remaining a mystery:)
  40. Elizbethan, the mark was closer than any I've found so far:)
  41. Thanks Robin:)
  42. Thanks Mike, pops, and Vetraio!
  43. Thanks CinB,lisa,kyratango,& aghcollects:)
  44. Thank you izenglish,katherine,cinb, and rustfarm:)
  45. Thanks Lee! How you been doing beautiful?
  46. Valentino, the dimentions are 6" x .5". Thanks for the love:)
  47. Thank you aghcollect,cindb,katherine,bratjdd,valentino,sean,elizbethan,racer4four,mike,vetraio,and nadia:)
  48. Thank you so much guys!!
  49. Thank you petey,Mike,race4four,Nadia,Sean,Vetraio,Katherine and Elizbethan!
  50. Thank you, Sean,katherine,aghcollect,vetraio,Mike,Nadia,shareurpassion,upstate,and bratjdd!
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