El Dorado County, California


China cup & saucer - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Conch Cameo - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Cut Glass Bowls - Glasswarein Glassware
Vase of unknown origin - Art Potteryin Art Pottery


  1. Karen Rz, Thank you! I still have not found a Libby mark. I will work on getting a photo from the top. I sure think you hit it!
  2. Thank you Mark and ROBinHawaii. This learning experience is going to be great fun. I have discovered that I have another piece! A relish dish to be posted as soon as it is photographed.
  3. Great history! Very nice job in the sepia conversion... looks natural.
  4. It does have a resemblance to a Navajo Yei rug.
  5. Thank you! I have some pieces that would fit the term nappy. However, they are pressed, and of much lesser quality. I think they may fit in the "depression glass" classification..... a lot to learn...
  6. Thank you! Very informative article. This is much more challenging to identify than china and other wares. I am thrilled not only to have these family pieces, but an art medium where American's...
  7. I like the pinwheel. It seems to have a softer elegance. Just my opinion :)
  8. Hello Mark, What makes a bowl a "nappy?" I have been trying to learn a bit about cut glass and have come across that term a few times..... without learning the definition. Love the piece! Rebecca
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