At present I have Depression Glass, Muranos and some Pattern Glass. I've just started doing this and Im trying to learn patterns and how to detail my finds. Any helpAt present I have Depression Glass, Muranos and some Pattern Glass. I've just started doing this and Im trying to learn patterns and how to detail my finds. Any help will be appreciated. (Read more)


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Strange Signed Sterling Silver Carrot - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Three Wise Monkeys Silver Hallmarked Cork Beautiful Detail - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Cello Violin Viola Made In Czechoslovakia Enamel Pin - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Temperance Society Metal Band Of Hope - World Coinsin World Coins
Unknown Very Old Silver Track Medal  - Sterling Silverin Sterling Silver
Retractable Gold Pendant Unknown Thingy - Accessoriesin Accessories
Unknown Ornate Marked Sterling Bulb Thingy - Accessoriesin Accessories
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Beautiful Rose Ivory Pin Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
A Beautiful Ivory Necklace - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry


  1. Guessed I stumped you all as well, lol. Still pretty cool.
  2. Ahh. That has to be right. It does look like an ornament. Thanks. Is it a carrot or an ice cycle?
  3. I have added a photo of the 5 different colors.
  4. Yes I have 24 of these in 5 different colors. Since I am a man I don't do colors very well. lol. I would say gold, green, red, blue and purple. I'm sure some of you could tell me the more correct color.
  5. Okay great. I have a bunch more medals. The guy was obviously an athlete. There are several marksmanship medals as well. So the ICAA is now the present day Big Ten?
  6. I believe it could be a college medal. Can't really figure it out. Is it AAIC or CIAA or whatever lol?
  7. I think it could be an Edwardian toothpick.
  8. Thanks a lot.
  9. Well you are probably right. But the piece looks older for some reason. But then again you are probably right. Just wished it were a diamond, lol. I thought it might be older cause it is marked sterli...
  10. It is approximately 2" in length
  11. How in the world did they do the links of the chain itself? This piece looks old. Could it be at least 100 yrs old?
  12. It has no stages. It just folds out in one stage. I have other stuff that was in the same lot. There were some Moroccan stuff as well as some old Spanish stuff. Maybe one of the two? Don't really know...
  13. Believe it or not, I can't find any indention anywhere. This piece is very tight. I guess I might have to go to a jeweler to open it. I Still don't know what kind it is.
  14. Okay. This scene in under glass on this box. The whole scene is done in about 7 layers creating a real 3-d look. It appears the be paper. I really can't explain this any better. It may not however be ...
  15. I don't know it could very be. It is paper. Very detailed.
  16. Great that is good to know. So could be be some kind of trench art? Should have known Lenin didn't have a full beard, lol. So they basically cut out the the coin. Look at the front of the coin. It has...
  17. I'm not a jade expert. I will tell you this. I got this piece and many other pieces from an estate in Florida. The gentleman seemed to be a jeweler. I have another nice jade pendant as well as a few s...
  18. Thanks That was easy lol/
  19. The chain is approximately 30" long. The other piece is approximately 4 1/2" x 2". The round piece does swing. The very sharp end is approximately 1 1/2". Can't tell if it is silver. I want to say the...
  20. You are probably right. Mecca Shriners of New York. But I can't find anything anywhere about this pin. Surely there is some reference or photo to back it up.
  21. July 1908 was the Arab Revolt or The Young Turks movement. Also there was the London Olympics> Could it have been a pin from the movement?
  22. Thanks. I was aware of this event but I have seen other pins from this event. None have a Cleopatra emblem. I am still not sure if it is a Shriner, yet.
  23. Really nice to know this. So the watch is something rare. The idea to restore it might not be a good idea. I would like to have a a nice time piece for myself. Maybe I should sell this one in ...
  24. Is it worth fixing? I mean I don't want to spend a bundle to fix if it is not worth anything.
  25. Well I kind of doubt it the more I think about it. I believe it's probably more Southwestern. I bought several articles form an estate with other things mixed in. I'm leaning more now this vessel mayb...
  26. IS this a Lane or CO? Or is this done by another company? Doe anyone have an idea?
  27. Thanks for the comment. Isn't Gem a company that makes these kind of razors? On the back of this razor it says PAT Feb 22 1910. The front Harrell and Harrell Leather Goods CO. New York. Even the blade...
  28. I do know it's titled "Tug Of War"
  29. Thanks again. I'm not that great in color. Would this be considered amber or Old Gold?
  30. That's it! Thanks so very much Paul. Did it say how many colors it comes in? Was curious which might be more rare. I really like this one and might try to find the other colors available.
  31. Glad you liked it peachhead13. Pre 1942 I know. If you know anymore about it then please friend me on facebook
  32. How can I tell if this is "stone lithography"? I know this poster pre dates 1942 cause Lucky died in 1942. I cant find out May 5 of what year this poster was made. Lakewood Indiana?
  33. Is this a Federal Petal Glass ?Not so old then,
  34. I'm absolutely sure its not too. I'm terrible describing this. Just a colorful plate with a spectrum of color
  35. Shine a black light on the vaseline glass in a dark room. The 60's all over again.
  36. Them again who am I to say you are wrong if you got the reference book. The creamer and Sugar set has a flower etched on it that looked like McKee Innovation. That's all I was making my assumption on...
  37. I'm not so sure it you are right. Could it be McKee?
  38. Thanks I did the Black Light test and Im sure this is a Whitehall cause there was no reaction.
  39. Covered candy dish is McKee #2 pattern.
  40. McKee Vase. Most likely Innovation Pattern
  41. These are McKee Bird of Paradise Bowls.
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