wildvke

Fayetteville, AR

I love anything vintage ! I am a collector of the unique.

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Song Dynasty Blown Glass Vase > Real or reproduction? - Asianin Asian
Heisey Cigarette Ash Tray with blown Melon shape stem from Heisey Glass book 1925-1938 - Glasswarein Glassware
Rainbow colored , cased glass, jack in pulpit vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rookwood Pottery Artist Marks from old booklet published by Cincinnati's own Rookwood Pottery corporation in the 1930s. - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Lamp Shade ~ cased glass NEW or OLD ? - Lampsin Lamps
Pull ball baby crawls toy 1930's 1940's - Toysin Toys
Peacock / Lotus Flower hand thrown , hand cut bowl - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Minature Straw Basket with Lid ~ maybe New England - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
What is it ???? - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Small hand carved candle table ? - Furniturein Furniture

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  1. @ kamdetail, I know this is not the pattern on your glass but I ran across it in my Fostoria book today. It is similar, called Carnival Design: carving No. 7 http://www.fostoria-glass.com/1936-catalog...
  2. You could be right about the eastern influence no doubt. Indian, Iranian, Asian...I have tons of Jewelry books, will take a look for you...
  3. Website > http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/articles/e/etruscan_jewellery.aspx The Etruscans took great pleasure in wearing ostentatious gold jewellery. Etruscan metalworkers produced m...
  4. This is a page about Etruscan Chains > http://www.dracoproductions.net/assignment.htm
  5. It looks Etruscan, especially the chain... You said it is more silver correct?
  6. Not sure if it's quite the same although it looks close > http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-barqs-/181650997380 1920 or 1930s maybe
  7. Now to find the Diamond patterned one that is in the front of the picture....it never ends !!! ??
  8. @Antiquerose, Thx for the pics, it did head me in the right direction for sure ! I found it ! They are Mt. Washington Burmese Glass JIP vases > http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/16305984_mt-washingt...
  9. It does look very similar to the "Fancy Ball" stem line #3003
  10. This is a great information site for glass terminology http://www.retroartglass.com/page/14wn1/Glass_info/Glass_Definitions.html
  11. I am looking a bit closer and I believe I see 2 mold marks on the first pic, is there 3 seems by any chance? Such as a blown 3 mold piece. NOTE: Fostoria actually makes a stem that is similar also.
  12. If it is a Heisey piece, It very well could be marked on the "top part of the stem" where it is applied to the bowl, and on or actually "in between" the bowl and stem. Not all Heisey was marked but mo...
  13. Here's some info on types. * Blown Glass : This type of glassware is shaped by air pressure from the mouth or an air compressor. When a mold is used to make blown-glass items, the pressure of the air...
  14. Still would like to know more about this one too :)
  15. Ok, I posted a pic from my Heisey glassware book, take a look. Very similar stem. It's a blown stem also.
  16. Ok, I'm going to lean more towards Heisey ..stilling looking tho
  17. Just a guess but the stem reminds me of Bryce pieces, substantial. The melon shape stem looks Baccarat too...I'd have to dig into the books to be sure...
  18. @ Antiquerose, Ahhh, yes that was a great find and quick too, although I should have been a bit more descriptive. I was referring to the JIP in the front of pic with the pink, yellow, blue colors and ...
  19. @DrFluffy, I believe the beads looks to be an Antique "Rock Crystal" necklace. Not just a glass bead. Look at this link > http://www.pinterest.com/pin/141863456986309589/ Rock Crystal is very colle...
  20. @ DrFluffy, I guess I need to look at my profile again. We moved to Arkansas to be closer to family and get away from CA taxes LOL. I do miss the weather though, we lived in San Clemente & OSide for a...
  21. Hum, It's looking more like a "thistle" bud than a lotus....still searching
  22. I was wondering if anyone might know if this is a New England type basket? I do not know what it is made of. I can take closer pics if it would help. It is only about 3" long and 1-1/2" wide. The lid...
  23. LOL fhrjr2 . . . you're right. I didn't.
  24. no one?
  25. They change the category on me, Just FYI, This doll DOES NOT have a "key wind," You pull the ball and she crawls...thats it.
  26. SEAN68 LOOK >>>>>>http://www.kovels.com/collectors-concerns/rookwood-tile.html
  27. SEAN68, Oh believe me . . . I have had this piece going on 15 yrs...I have searched and I have close to 20 pottery books...nothing so far...I just hope to run across the double R mark some time, All t...
  28. SEAN68 , I would love it to be Rookwood, although I have yet to find that mark for Rookwood Pottery. Fingers crossed !
  29. Manikin, I don't believe she has a key wind if I remember, will make sure with my mother. I believe you just pull the ball out and she crawls toward it. So it's mechanical but not a key wind. Yes it i...
  30. TubeAmp, Thanks for solving this one...My mother thanks you also. We were looling in completely the wrong direction on this one. Thanks again :)
  31. I still would like to know what this item is...I'm clueless still. I've looked up everything that I think it might be...to no end \; (
  32. @blunderbuss2, hahaha on the German girls tongue. . . by the way, "forgetmenot" IS my mother, the one who has the item. . . . So the silver pieces that slide in and out with the chain are marked, "M...
  33. @DobbinDee70 & chinablue, Now that is the most interesting one I have heard of yet ! I horse or donkey bit !!! I will look into it, I will get my mother to take a look at it closer, I think she had t...
  34. TallCakes, Thank you sooooo much ! I have looked through glass books for years to find this pattern ! I have seen the horseshoe pattern but never found this piece. . . Thanks! I am completely grateful...
  35. junkcollector, I do believe you have found it, it is identical except for the handle, the hole is in the correct place also. I will take a closer look or maybe they made it without ? Probably not thou...
  36. Hi jackieblue, As I had noted above, ALL the trivets you have in the links above have a "heart" at the bottom of the grain and middle of the "handle". They all also have a "handle" and mine does not. ...
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