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the Collectaholic - to much to list. Always looking to rescue something interesting. From Pottery to painting, furniture to linens. if it needs a home it is welcothe Collectaholic - to much to list. Always looking to rescue something interesting. From Pottery to painting, furniture to linens. if it needs a home it is welcome here (Read more)

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Figural glass bottle or decanter Who is this man? - Bottlesin Bottles
Unknown Flower pot and Lalique items - Art Glassin Art Glass
Hugh Haynie 1981 University of Louisville Cartoons  - Basketballin Basketball
Central Park - John Dorish &  Sumi-e  Ann White - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Thrift store finds - Candlewick to Greek Key - Glasswarein Glassware
Wilett IMPACT Cabinet - Kentucky made - Furniturein Furniture
Pine secretary - Primitive find in the South - Furniturein Furniture

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  1. it is a puppet head that was a premium on Lystol in the mid 1960's. There were all characters from the Wizard of Oz. The body or where you put your hand was plastic.
  2. Looks like Moon and Star but I think before L.E. Smith. Much earlier, Check out a pattern made by Adams & Co Glass, circa 1888, and the U.S. Glass Co, Circa 1898. Very Pretty.
  3. Sorry this is so late after your posting, If you still have them, did you find any acid etch on the bottom for Blenko?
  4. @ PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, the Bison is 5 inch long and 4 inch tall, signed on the back right corner. a pretty piece. thank you all for your kind remarks.
  5. thank you for kindness and sharing information on the Willet items.
  6. OH MY, You are amazing @Loumanal. The piece is on the Bohemia Crystal page. THANK YOU so much
  7. It does look like Vasa Muhara from Fenton but like the person above, not sure of the hand painting and shape as being Fenton
  8. sometimes Zanesville will mark their pieces with a number. the Color may be off due to camera and monitor display. nice example
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