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Wedgwood Jasperware - Mystery bowl / dish ? - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Metal Bracelet - Victorian? - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Footed Blue glass bowl / compote with lid - Glasswarein Glassware
National Rifle Association Bronze Medal - Medals Pins and Badgesin Medals Pins and B…
Miracle Sol D'or Celtic Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Mizpah Scottish Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Sowerby Glass Bowls with Elephant Handles, Pattern number 2614 - Glasswarein Glassware
Imperial Carnival Glass 7" Bowl - Heavy Grape Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Bagley Uranium Glass Dish - Roses and Leaf Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Davidson Glass Basket rd 176566 - Lady Chippendale Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. I did wonder about a lid, but there is no rim or wear round the top!
  2. There is an Amy Lacombe who makes Whimsiclay Cats. I saw a couple in a charity shop and made a note of the name, but didn't buy them because they were a bit pricey. (Wish I had though!).
  3. The Uk has a lion silver mark, plus marks for where assayed and date. Registration mark should tell date the design was registered, the category, ie metal, ceramics, glass etc date etc, but the lozeng...
  4. I think it could be European, probably German. They seem to like the heavy gilding!
  5. I couldn’t find one. Would it be on the base?
  6. The carnival heaven was an interesting read! I find it very hard to believe my bowl is that old, as it’s in such good condition. I thought it would be a new piece! Thanks Tallcakes for the info.
  7. I have added a picture of one of the hedgehogs. They usually don't come out in daylight, but this one came out a bit early to try out the new dish ( which is in the Lego feeding centre!).
  8. I think I meant to say Pentagonal! Thank you Tallcakes for that link, and well found. I am not sure about there being Uranium glass made in the UK after the war. I have a feeling most Uranium was conf...
  9. I have recently found this bowl on ebay labelled Sowerby Hexagonal bowl, but at the moment I can't find any info to back this up.
  10. I like the one with the dogs!
  11. Thanks Malkey and Newfld. I think the box with the horse is Taupe! It's a bit light for brown, and not red enough for terracotta. I think the horse is after a Stubbs horse. I have a couple of pin dish...
  12. I think these are the Moomins, from a Childrens TV show.
  13. It looks like Schafer & Vater to me too! Very Pretty.
  14. My Granny had one similar! I remember sewing on it! Does it say Singer on the side?
  15. This was in a local furniture hospice charity shop, in an industrial estate, but I ofyen pick up interesting bits and pieces there.
  16. I know what you mean Ms Crystalship. Sparkly is sparkly!
  17. Thanks for the loves and comments, Mscrystal and Bill.
  18. Thanks for the comments and love. We are very lucky in this corner of Cheshire to have lots of small market towns with great charity shops.
  19. Thank you freiheit, your beads do look like mine!
  20. I've added some pictures of my other crystal/glass necklaces to compare them.
  21. Thank you Pebbles, I will compare it to my other sparkly necklaces and see if I can work out if they are glass or not. I did read that the more intensively cut they are the more likely they are to be ...
  22. Thank you Racer and Ms Crystalship, - can you tell me the difference between glass and crystal?
  23. Thank you for the information, Ironlace, I will have to look out for that book, it sounds interesting. There are no marks on this vase that I can find, but it would be great if it is John Derbyshire.
  24. My Star Wars nerd son says he could be R2A6, or possibly R2N6, though they don’t have yellowed body.
  25. John Derbyshire - that was the name I was trying to remember who made a lovely uranium glass greyhound I saw last week in an Antiques shop!
  26. I envy you the dark blue! I have a collection of these plates too. They look great together with all the different colours.
  27. Yes that's another possibility!
  28. They do look like Euros don't they! I wondered whether they were supposed to be Hieroglyphics, but from an era that they didn't know much about them.
  29. I saw a similar picture like this in a charity shop, but it was a train. I was attracted to it, but didn't get it in the end. Parts of clocks do seem to make great collages.
  30. Thank you everyone for your helpful comments. I have looked up Johann Elias Ridinger, and they do look like his work.
  31. I tried that. It came up with "Redop on a circle narrow the longevity of the horse" which doesn't make a lot of sense, but could be related to a dressage !
  32. I have hedgehogs living in my garden (wild) and it’s lovely to have them.
  33. There were 2 others on the shelf that I am kicking myself for not picking them up. 1 was orange and the other white.
  34. Can you tell what he is made of?
  35. I especially love the carafe. Very pretty.
  36. It's similar to the Bentick pattern, but that seems to be all flowers, whereas my cup and saucer has a temple design and rocks and even a fishing boat.
  37. That's a good question, but I guess the answer is the underlying pink colour is quite fine and even and delicate, unlike the over painting, which is a bit slap dash in parts! I actually think this cup...
  38. I think you are right in it being new! That mark looks like many of the fake ironstone marks! Try Googling Fake Ironstone and see what you get.
  39. I think it is a photograph that has been coloured after! Lovely Picture.
  40. I tried looking up the ceramic registration number, and it dates from the 1930s, and probably relates to the shape only. It would be worth googling the ceramic registration number and see what comes u...
  41. I found some gold plates with this pattern on china replacements, from the 1970's, but I guess they must be copies of your plate, as it has all the info on the backstamp including the registration num...
  42. Thank you for the info racer4racer, I thought it would be more modern than that!
  43. Thank you for the loves and comments. I was amazed how good the condition is.
  44. Hi there I googled ceramic registration numbers and this design was registered in 1889-1890. I think Royal Worcester had various marks to date their pottery too. There is no England mark, so it’s prob...
  45. They are really pretty. Good find.
  46. It’s royal Worcester and the reg no should help you date it. Very nice piece.
  47. I tend to get a bit suspicious of this sort of back stamp! I saw a large platter in a charity shop and thought it looked interesting, but it didn't look quite right, so I looked into it later, and the...
  48. It looks pretty modern to me. There is a pottery called old foley, which has a pattern called Harmony Rose, but it looks different to this teapot. Does it have markings on the base? It’s very pretty, ...
  49. Make the most of the nice weather. It's not going to last! We had a trip out to a National Trust property near Wrexham, and it was lovely. The birdsong was amazing.
  50. I did look at Sooner Glass, but I think this is a bit plain for them!
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