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I am The Knickknackatorian. I collect ALL KINDS of things! Anything that interests me and catches my fancy. Let's chat! celiene.ohara@gmail dot com

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Strange Glass Marble - Art Glassin Art Glass
Any Ideas?  Thai?  Cambodia? - Fine Artin Fine Art
Hand painted framed ceramic tiles Original frame Signed Huber - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Original 1970s ECOLOGY NOW! Logo Stoneware Pottery Plaque - Folk Artin Folk Art
Very Finely Woven Bamboo (?) Over Porcelain Vase - Asianin Asian
Broken Glass & Glass 'Brick' Folk Art Rooster Wall Art - Folk Artin Folk Art
Arts & Crafts Period Hammered Copper Beveled Edge Mirror - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
1970's Boy with Sailboat Stoneware Figurine Mystery Maker! - Figurinesin Figurines
"Eat Rosebud Mush."  1890's Harker Pottery Advertising Cereal Bowl  Feat.: The Rosebud Girl - Advertisingin Advertising
"Mrs. Stern"  18??  Portrait of a woman by Itinerant Artist? - Fine Artin Fine Art

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  1. It's a rural newspaper/magazine. You can google these things, too. https://www.grit.com/grit-history
  2. Check out all the tool collectors on the web. One of them will know. I think it's for woodworking.
  3. Scroll down on that site I posted.
  4. It is Indian. They still make them, unable to tell if it's vintage or not. http://www.dsource.in/resource/moti-bharat/products
  5. The amount of work that took! Mind boggling!
  6. No - not a saw jointer.
  7. A dowel rasp? You put a small wood dowel in it to sand it?
  8. I think it's may be an Antique hand saw jointer. Ask this guy: https://www.jimbodetools.com/
  9. TOTALLY 1980's.
  10. I would call it a Blue Ling Cod!
  11. Love it. You can wear in Fall/Winter, too! Starfish are year round critters!
  12. LOL - "Long Eating"!
  13. I FINALLY FOUND IT!! UCTCI Imports! (Not what I thought, but FINALLY!!) https://www.etsy.com/listing/532382085/uctci-boy-with-sailboat-figurine-1970s?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_...
  14. Hi - checking on this guy again. No Phil, not Hummel. It's still making me crazy!
  15. He;'s a 1930's 'Dandy' for sure. I thought maybe a jockey, now not so sure. Is he in black face? Hard to tell with the paint loss. He's made of celluloid.
  16. It almost looks like you could slip a little piece of scented cloth in his hollow body and make it a vinaigrette! LOVE him!
  17. Nice pair of Aurora Borealis crystal necklaces! Circa 1950's probably.
  18. It's done in Pyrography or wood burning.
  19. Love it. It's NOT the MLK, though, I doubt. It looks like they were going for the Alphonse Mucha Art Nouveau look. Post the jewelry, too! Show the inside, too.
  20. Probably a giveaway with Victory Racing Plates (shoes). See logo. http://victoryracingplate.com/
  21. It's a Hoof Pick.
  22. "Prune juice sets you free"! LMAO!! I love it!
  23. Set it all up! Then decorate it for Christmas... ; )
  24. Anyone have any new thoughts?
  25. Google search says Meerschaum cheroot pipe (Cherry root). Some say holding an egg, some say a cup, some say a bowl. Some hands are men, some are women's hands. All are very cool!
  26. There are striations (lines) in the coral material. Some corals do have striations, especially from the Mediterranean.
  27. Chinese. Modern. They would use cat or dog fur, not always rabbit. Do NOT look up on the web unless you have a strong stomach. Sorry to be Debbie Downer here...
  28. Probably From 'Siam', now Thaliand. Yep - two people rowing a boat.
  29. Possibly Barbara Mink early works? https://www.saatchiart.com/mink
  30. It's Beatrice WINS... (Something) No 'D', like in Windsor.
  31. LOVE it.
  32. I always wanted to buy a pen from those! I don't think I ever did. So cool!
  33. Russian. mark as solved.
  34. It's coming off the stick, not his head. Magician? Conjurer?
  35. It's coming off the stick, not his head. Magician?
  36. They are calling cards. People left them at houses they would visit. Victorian.
  37. Oh - I see now it's a speckled or confetti marble. Thanks all!
  38. I should say like milk glass. The white is like milk glass.
  39. This one has no clear glass coat over it. NOW that I look at it under a loupe (duh!) I can see that the blue is little bits of blues glass, not fully melted, but embedded in the white glass. Like t...
  40. Marks are important.
  41. Auction hammer prices: https://www.skinnerinc.com/search?s=William%20Henry%20Chandler
  42. "America's Foremost Pastel Artist." Pretty much the definitive biography on him: https://williamchandler.wordpress.com/
  43. AKA Henry Chandler. (1854-1928) He worked in pastel, not chaulk. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Chandler_(painter)
  44. William Henry Chandler. https://www.invaluable.com/artist/chandler-william-henry-ke6a1eh2ze/sold-at-auction-prices/
  45. You can also contact Lane directly. https://www.lanefurniture.com/contacts
  46. This place can help identify. The date of production on yours is 5/3/1975. (You read the date backwards). http://www.causeafrockus.com/2013/10/mid-century-modern-furniture-lane/
  47. OMG! He just got killed on General Hospital! He played an EVIL, child molesting, murder attempting Jim Harvey!! His last scenes were really HORRIFIC - whoever wrote the script really wanted him ...
  48. Mark it solved!
  49. WOW! I've never seen stones cut like that. Is there a name for that cut?
  50. Sweet! I love multi colored stones.
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