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Pressed Black Milk Glass Tooth Pick Holder - Glasswarein Glassware
Pre Shelley Wileman Cup and Saucer - rd 117220 - Jungle Sheet - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
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Dugan Carnival Glass Ruffled Footed Bowl - Cherries Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Today's finds - Wedgwood Salts - Ellgreave Pottery Jug, and Homemaker Cup and Saucer - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Antique Cup and Saucer and Plate - 1839-1845- Rustic Bean Handle - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Frosted Amber Glass Dressing Table Set - Sowerby Glass 2552 - Glasswarein Glassware

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  1. Well spotted NevB, I'd looked at the mysteries and missed them. So it's a mystery.
  2. Thanks, Tallcakes, Duda and Renedijkstra. Yes, it isn’t in brilliant condition, but it was only £3.50! I did wonder if the colour is peach?
  3. The diamond mark ended in 1883, and the number 5 in the bottom corner probably relates to month, so this probably dates from between 1868-1883.
  4. I think the one you got your sister is better than this one. I did go back and have another look, but two of the finials were broken, and the decoration on the front was really slap dash, so I left it!
  5. Happy New Year Jenni, and best wishes for 2020.
  6. Maybe you could call it a centre piece!
  7. It's very pretty. Maybe continental, but not sure.
  8. Thanks NevB. I had a look and they do look like my mug, but I find the post frustrating, as there is no real info as to how he knows who made it.
  9. The damage that I could see was a chip on one of the bits sticking up from the base, so not too bad. I actually mentioned to my boys that it might be a Xmas present, so you never know!!
  10. This is so pretty, perfect for the holidays.
  11. They could be old! If you can see through the cup it is porcelain, the other could be earthenware. They look to be hand painted too. I can’t work out if they are Chinese or English. Chinese porcelain ...
  12. Thank you Duda, for that information. The vase is 3" tall. I don't know much about Fenton glass, as I live in the Uk, and I picked up the vase on my favourite market stall. The stall holder said he ha...
  13. I was surprised too, Uranium glass in the Uk stopped after the 2nd World War.
  14. I’m pretty sure it’s not Wedgwood. They nearly always mark there ware. It’s very pretty though.
  15. I posted some like this a year ago, but I thought they were Davidson grapefruit dishes! I’ll have to dig them out and look at them again.
  16. It’s The regency era, or Jane Austen, which is early 19th century. Nice picture.
  17. I have 2 bowls like this, one pink, one blue.Itt is made by Walther Glass of Germany.
  18. The ladies selling it didn't like it, so I got it for a £1!
  19. The bowls with the horses are lovely.
  20. If you google Merry Widow waltz painting, quite a bit of info about the painting comes up, and it seems that C Edwards did paint it.
  21. It’s beautiful.
  22. I have a tankard with a similar design. I always assumed it was German!
  23. Thankyou Renedijkstra for your dectective work. that's great.
  24. Thank you Renedijkstra, I'll put a picture up of bottom for you.
  25. I think your lady looks as if she should be in the bowl I posted last week with roses on it!! Love your bowl, looks stunning .
  26. There's 2 more trio's like this on the market! Maybe I need to get them and try and sell them on!
  27. This bowl was actually stacked with a load of other bowls. I had to get my husband to help extract it!
  28. It is marked England which dates it after 1891, and after 1912 Made in England was used, so I would think it dates between these 2 dates.
  29. Well done for going back and finding the saucers!
  30. Thanks to Pebble I have found out the maker of this brooch.
  31. I have found this post really interesting, and I posted a blue enamel flower brooch a year ago which looks like a Bloxidge Brothers brooch. I will change my post to name maker.
  32. Thank you Eileen, I am lucky that there are so many interesting Charity shops about.
  33. It's lovely. I thought it looked a bit like Moorcroft, but I expect they mark there work.
  34. I was amazed too. They do check things out, but you do need to know something about ceramics, as it’s not the prettiest set, and there is the odd hairline and chip. I did do a course on Georgian tea c...
  35. The number is a design registration mark, and I’ve found my little Miller’s Antiques fact file. It says this design was first registered in 1904-1905.
  36. Looks like it’s from the beginning of the 20th century.
  37. The registration number should help you date it! Designs were registered and you should be able to look it up. I’ll see if I can google it!
  38. You could try Walther Glass. They often make this sort of glass?
  39. Thanks Lauren and Jscott, I think it's lovely too, though I am not sure if it is a Decanter or Bottle.
  40. I think these will be Chinese, and have been made for ages!. I remember we had a pair of them when we lived in Malaysia in the 1960’s, and I brought a coloured pair in Penang, when we had a holiday th...
  41. The blue bowl looks a bit like Davidson Pearline Glass.
  42. I've found a nice red one since I did this post!
  43. I have finally got round to updating this post. Thanks to Canna77, who has identified it as being Walther Glass, Tosca in the 1934 Catalogue. I have tried finding the 1934 catalogue online, but so far...
  44. Thanks NevB. I didn't look at Victorian glass, as I thought it looked newer! I think it's too small to be a spill vase.
  45. Hi there Shrky, it has 4 mould lines, and no reaction to uv light. I did see a similar one on the Presglas site, under Reich centrepieces, it was clear glass but the foot pattern didn’t look the same.
  46. My first thought was German. It looks very Christmassy. It does look to have some age to it, but as you say, a bit messy on the base. It would be so much easier if everyone marked their bases!
  47. Fantastic.
  48. Honi soit qui mal y pense is a French phrase used as the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter. It is translated as "May he be shamed who thinks badly of it". It could be connected to so...
  49. Thank you Tallcakes for the link. This does look like Wreath of roses.
  50. I think the costume looks more like Charles 2nd time, Roundheads and Cavaliers time!
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