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Aurora Borealis Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
New Hall Porcelain Cup - Basket weave pattern - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
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Sowerby Carnival Glass Footed Bowl, with Peacock Mark - Glasswarein Glassware
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Costume Jewellery Zara Necklace and White Rose Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
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Antique Sprigged Porcelain Jug - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Wedgwood Embossed Queensware Cake plate - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
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  1. You could try looking up Global studio Cornwall. I have a couple of pottery bears which are similar and have the felt bases.
  2. I would think the letters Rp, is actually RD which is short for registration Number, which means the design was registered!
  3. That’s really interesting Nevb as looking online there was a lot of debate online as to whether Sowerby made this vase or Edward Moore, but the consensus was Edward Moore, because that’s what the V&A ...
  4. I found a small pink version of this vase this morning, so I have added a picture of it to my post!
  5. It could be murano, or maybe Czech glass? I love the colour.
  6. You could try the presglas website, or there’s one on glass trinket sets, which hs loads of glass trinket sets to trawl through. Very pretty candle stick.
  7. I too have a set like this, packed away in my loft for years. It was my grandmothers, but I don’t think they are worth anything. They seem to be very common and eggshell thin! Do you think anyone actu...
  8. I find it helps to edit the picture, just a bit, and then the picture is usually the right way round!
  9. Thanks Loumanal and Tallcakes, I thought you may know the answer!
  10. It's 10.5" - nearly 27 cms tall. No lingering scent!
  11. I wonder if the maker is Ferro & Lazzarini? The labels are the same shape!
  12. Thank you Jenni, Autocue can be very annoying!
  13. Thanks NevB, I thought I spotted one like this in one of your pictures of your collection in a cabinet!
  14. It's beautiful.
  15. Thank you NevB. I saw your posts and you seem to get a good haul from Hungerford. Brings me back to my youth, when I attended Norland college, and often cycled down to Hungerford.
  16. Thank you Ms Crystalship for the description of the brooch. I had to look up Navette, and realised it’s the shape of the stones, and Pinwheel speaks for itself.
  17. Happy Easter Jenni.
  18. Looks like it’s cloisonné work. Amazing find.
  19. Thank you Thomas, and Happy Easter to you.
  20. I must admit I just assumed they were clip earrings, but I guess they could be clips! I'll have to try them on and see how they look!
  21. By the way the candlestick is Wedgwood Jasperware Portland Blue, and in a design I have not found yet. Also I thought it was unstamped until I took photos and found a very faint imprint. The date is 1...
  22. Sean, I did see yours and enjoyed reading up on Doulton Lambeth Silicon Ware. Your vase is very unique.
  23. What a brilliant haul, it must have made your day!
  24. MsCrystalship, it is pottery not glass! I think the little holes in the sides are for flowers, but I think it would look a bit odd with flowers round the edge. It is very decorative though.
  25. That's really intersting plein-air-painter, I will try and find out more about Schreiner brooches. I've looked online, but not found a brooch like this one. I did find a lovely looking book about Shre...
  26. Oh my goodness Alan, they would look great with a plate too wouldn’t they. It’s nice that you found one with a label! Much easier to identify.
  27. Your best bet to find what they are worth is to look on ebay under sold items. That will give you some idea of their prices.
  28. If you look carefully you may find an rd. number, which tells when it was first registered. If you look at my posts and look right at my first posts I put the boat shaped dish on, plus I have posted q...
  29. This looks like Davidson Pearline glass, which glows green under UV light. I have quite a few pieces, including the boat shaped dish, which was the first bit of uranium glass I ever found.
  30. Thank you Cameosleuth, that info is really interesting.
  31. It's lovely.
  32. Thank you Welzebub, that's great. I will get the title changed. I will have to have a look at the stalls other pieces, as one at least was pretty similar, to this one.
  33. What a lovely brooch. My thought maybe the Crusades, or maybe a Greek battle?
  34. Thank you Mary. I learnt on that website that the mark is now called Maruki Mark, not Komaru!
  35. I love these!
  36. Yes, I found a few similar ones, and one had a label Mayall & Co (Wednesbury).I've looked them up and the make silver plated ware etc, though I think my stand is chrome. I can't find out much about th...
  37. I've added 2 new pictures, because I found the same bowl today, but in a chrome stand, which adds a new dimension to it.
  38. I have a couple of pairs of wooden candlesticks, though both mine have twisted stems. I'm not sure how you can date them.
  39. William Adams & Sons, England is the maker, & Kyber is the pattern. I found a mention of dating to around 1891. I like the pattern, very pretty.
  40. It's beautiful.
  41. A picture of the design in the bowl would help!
  42. I believe a deeper saucer with no indentation for the cup is a sign of an older cup and saucer. I think it was so they could drink out of the saucer, though I don’t know how true that is!
  43. The large pitcher looks like it could be shaeffer & Vater. I hope I got the spelling right!
  44. That’s some coincidence Loumanal! It’s not the most common piece of glass to find. Obviously the lids are a problem. Maybe because there is no rim for the lid to sit in so it falls off more easily.
  45. Love the Dragon!
  46. It reminds me of a vase I found, and posted on here around 3 years ago. Mine was Italian Murano style, by Tammaro.
  47. I have a couple of glasses I put on here, which are Bayel Glasses, from France. They are not exactly like yours, but similar. It's somewhere to start looking anyway.
  48. Thank you Malkey, jazzy is a much better word than busy! And thank you Jenni, and Sklo42. I saw your vase just like mine when I put Kralik shell vase in, but I was searching for splatter vase and thes...
  49. I do have a piece of red Davidson glass that does this! It's under Davidson Ruby Red vase. I'm sorry I don't know how to do links!!
  50. It's beautiful.
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