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  1. GTMOOM, magnificent! Based on everyone's expertise (since I know nothing about glass), here are VERY similar goblets with the ruby-colored panels, shown on Devonia Antiques. Look at all the photos...
  2. 1. Your welcome (?) for the database information. 2. Your post no. 13 above: "loveyardsales, 4 hours ago Hey kerry10456 did you get to see my last post? The mark on the inside back cover is 1800...
  3. LYS, go to the Waltham database lookup, very generously created by the National Association of the Watch & Clock Collectors (NAWCC) from their Information Archive. http://www.nawcc-info.org/WalthamDB...
  4. hi, kivatinitz, great vase and just here to tell you the easy way to translate a web page. 1. Go to Google translate: https://translate.google.com/ 2. Copy and paste the URL (web address) tha...
  5. Nice postcard but I am sure you are not aware that "items for sale" are not allowed on the Collectors Weekly "Show & Tell" board. From Collectors Weekly "What’s appropriate on Show and Tell?" http...
  6. Thanks, sean. More on Dugan and comparing Dugan to Czech glass, from what I think is the site written by CW's "alfredo" (sorry if I am incorrect; I don't look at glass often, may be confused, and I ce...
  7. Your vase is lovely and great identification research. I know nothing about glass but here is a comprehensive article, "Dugan Art Glass," by Alfredo Villanueva Collado, PhD, and Nancy Krupp, from Davi...
  8. James, I love that you have a "portrait" of Teddy Vincent. I hope you find your way back here so Vincent II will get a wonderful new home. noob, it is so generous of you to take the time to locate ...
  9. Hi, kivatinitz, and thank you. I always enjoy reading your posts and seeing your collection. It is possible the platter is unmarked. However, I believe this platter was probably manufactured by Her...
  10. What a sensational platter! Are there any maker's marks on the back? PLEASE, will you photograph the entire back and in particular, a closeup of any and all marks. Your platter comprises numerous G...
  11. Hi, Alan, and thank you for your thoughtful post. I should have realized that you had already done a scholarly examination to determine the authenticity and age. Your methods demonstrate your vast kno...
  12. Wonderful container, VL. About Henry Clive, courtesy of Grapefruit Moon Gallery. This site states "This led to work painting screen stars such as Gloria Swanson, Rudolph Valentino and Polga Negri for ...
  13. Here is one of the many online books with the explanation related to "Mrs. Fish and the Misses Fox: The original mediums of the mysterious noises at Rochester Western, N.Y.:" Courtesy of libraryweb...
  14. Hi, Mike. It is the National Screen Service (NSS) numbering system. Read the article on the learnaboutmovieposters dot com site: http://www.learnaboutmovieposters.com/newsite/index/countries/US/histo...
  15. Alan, a wonderful surprise indeed. The title is "The Breakfast Symptoms of DrowsineSs. In old English, the double "s" at the end of a word had an elongated "s" that looks like "fs." Is your print ...
  16. VL, here is another very similar portrait "so it's possible" your portrait is "after" the portrait by Martin van Meytens the Younger (1695–1770) who was the "preferred portraitist at Marie Theresa's i...
  17. A stupendous article about the January 23, 1931, "Architects Ball:" http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/01/realestate/01scap.html?_r=0
  18. vintagelamp, glad you found your way back here and welcome to the board. I don't hop in here often but your art caught my eye and glad I could provide you with some information to pursue. Since your w...
  19. vintagelamp, a wonderful watercolor that evokes the night of the Ball. A cursory search produced the following info that should be of some benefit. See page 22 of the Acrobat file, which is page 83...
  20. antiquerose, I know nothing about pottery or Glit, but perhaps your item is a candle stand or candle holder instead of a vase. Very nice indeed and thanks for referring to the link with vetraio50's gr...
  21. Another Octavo for sale and they say "Original 1970's White Fiberglass Wall Lamp. Can be Mounted with Light Reflecting Up or Dow[n]" http://amsterdammodern.com/search-product/92-RAAK-Wall-Sconce?orde...
  22. Forgot, here are some more Raak Lichtarchitektur ("Light Architecture) lights that received the iF design award, courtesy of iF Design: http://exhibition.ifdesign.de/winner_en.html?ma_id=10192&offset...
  23. austrohungaro, I love, love your wall lights, and every item you show. It is the C-1542 Octavo-Wandlechte designed by the Raak design-team. It was recognized with the iF product design award in 198...
  24. whitman75, a long time ago, on another board, a highly-respected board member gave a poster the name of the leading decoy auction house who is well-respected and trustworthy. Happily for that poster, ...
  25. I stand corrected and apologize. I didn't look at the last two photos since I just popped in for a second and don't have the time to look further. Now that I see that it's possible it is older it ...
  26. Wonderful photograph but not taken by Jacob Riis, in my opinion based simply on examples of his signature, not style. Here are two examples of Riis's signature and I don't see any similarity of the...
  27. You have a print of the black chalk and grey-white opaque watercolour work on paper by Vincent Van Gogh, Americanized title "Maaiende Boer" 1885, "Peasant Reaping Corn." I have no idea what the letter...
  28. Hello to you in Argentina! Usted es demasiado amable, kivatinitz, muchas gracias. Sí, es muy bonito y difícil de encontrar. Lamento que ella no volvía aquí para el resto de la información.
  29. Let us know what he has to say!
  30. zeteibao, it is difficult if not impossible to make an informed decision regarding scrimshaw unless inspected in person. Scrimshaw can be bone or ivory or whales' teeth and, only "antique" ivory or te...
  31. Big hi to you, austrohungaro, and you are spot on, as always! I think about you often when I am reading old Jugendstil decorative arts magazines. Yes, it is the sugar shaker or castor that is part ...
  32. Correction: The artist's name, Claude Lorrain, is misspelled above in both instances. The correct spelling is LORRAIN without an "e." His birth name was Claude Gellée: Source: Claude Lorrain websi...
  33. surfdub66, the current pattern by Spode is called "Blue Italian." Your older, Copeland Spode "Italian" bowl "was based on a Claude Lorraine pastoral landscape of 1638 and is surrounded by a border cop...
  34. Another intriguing acquisition, rniederman, and very impressive knowledge from the posters. My photography skills and knowledge are limited to a point and shoot camera, resulting in a success rate of ...
  35. ;-) Correction above. The tapestry is "not held" by the Reading Museum. It's in the Bayeux Museum in France.
  36. Forgot. I suppose you were referring to the painting "The Battle of Hastings in 1066" by François Hyppolite Debon (France, 1816-1872). Courtesy of Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A...
  37. Actually, it is a scene from the Bayeux Tapestry held by the Reading Museum. Noted by the museum, it is "the start of the battle" "The Normans charge and the Battle of Hastings has begun." Courtesy...
  38. Mon ami, parish1925, j'espère que je me trompe et désolé si je suis, mais je pense que vous voulez savoir. J'ai vu ce vase avec deux montures plus sur le dessus. Peut-être votre vase est une itération...
  39. paris1925, I think you are correct and that it is Rene Binet (1826-1911). From Roy Young's book catalogue, entry number 11, page 3 "11. [ART NOUVEAU] Binet, Rene. Esquisses Decoratives. Paris: ...
  40. great info, racer4four, and I agree, definitely was pricey in its day! rick55, although the border is very different, it appears that the floral motif on your vase is a variation of Booths "Lowenst...
  41. americandigger, glad you found your way back to your post. It was a pleasure to see your extraordinary piece, even though damaged and without the lid. Very impressive that you searched an old encyclop...
  42. You have a wonderful early 19th century piece of British transferware depicting a quadruped known as the Tibetan musk deer with a peanut border. The maker is unknown and not important. It's difficult...
  43. From a National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors Message Board post: "... I am actually surprised that there is not more detailed information on the clocks by E. F. Caldwell (not to be confu...
  44. What a tragic event. According to Wikipedia, the "author" of this photograph is the "Nevada State Police." source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Charles_Ferrel_and_survivors_Battle_of_Kelley_...
  45. The link broke when I pasted it so either copy and paste it into your browser or click here: Google books: http://tinyurl.com/ps4h8uq
  46. Ronijo, here is a very long article, "The Art of Mr. G. Hillyard Swinstead, R.B.A." from "The Windsor Magazine" Vol. XXII, June to November, 1905. "The First Step" is shown on page 500. I think yo...
  47. Thanks, scott, for all your knowledge about the matting. I certainly wasn't aware that they are "glued." Love learning from you.
  48. Right as always, scott. I meant to say reframed "in the original frame" no matter the condition and, that's a great frame. PhotoGuy, I know you are aware of how important it is to also preserve th...
  49. Glad you asked him, scott, since there is so much foxing and the photo definitely needs to be professionally reframed with archival materials. Really nice, PG! Here is the same albumen print by Wak...
  50. My pleasure, kyratango. She is a beauty and thus a common subject of portrait miniatures and porcelain plaques so I know her well. :-)
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