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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 (remove spaceI 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 (remove spaces) (Read more)


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"A Kind Of Game Board:"  Stoneware Art Plate - Folk Artin Folk Art
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


  1. One exactly like yours! https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/784380117/1950s-herta-huber-roethe-wall-plaque
  2. Is the other one a wombat?
  3. The other stones look to be peridot, topaz, amethyst, and maybe garnet?
  4. I would say it's in the Brutalist style. Very nicc.
  5. I love it. Reminds me of Christmas ribbon candy. I agree, Murano., They're famous for that flower form. I have one right here at my desk, but in green & gold! I LOVE those pastels!
  6. 1920-30's most likely. I love it. It's for the peg-type ceiling light fixture - It would be held on with a screw-on finial.
  7. Love it!
  8. Why is it called an Irish mail cart? The toy needed a name and the company decided to call it the Irish Mail, after the Irish Mail train, the fastest train in the world at that time. ... Compared t...
  9. I'M BLIND! Wowie zowie! Stunning!
  10. Absolutely adorable!
  11. A souvenir most likely from the 1889 Paris Exposition. It was held at the Champ de Mars Trocadéro. It featured the Eiffel for the first time that year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exposition_Un...
  12. Similar: https://www.etsy.com/listing/101350101/vintage-victorian-souvenir-pocket-knife?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details
  13. What are those number notations on the second picture?
  14. OOPS! They beat me to it. It's a pic of a painting.
  15. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:LOUVRE_Museum,_Paris,_DAVID_-_Madame_Recamier.jpg
  16. The Catholic fairy tales are ALWAYS so brutal! I had a book of Saints as a kid, like a fairy tale book. Every single one of them died in some horrid fashion. Yeah - it was illustrated! St. Eust...
  17. St. Eustace, too. Catholics use the White Stag as big symbolism. In Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox, the white stag was partly responsible for the conversion of the martyr Saint Eustace. Eustace ...
  18. Wow - looking at the links given, he's a superb watercolorist!
  19. Wow - that's hard to do in watercolor! (My fav medium!)
  20. VA VA VOOM!
  21. It looks like buffalo horn.
  22. Where is Phil? He should be loving this! Is HE the expert in Saskatchewan?
  23. Like Bruce said - they made 100s of styles. It's weird, you will rarely find two EXACTLY alike.
  24. Popular in late 19th EARLY 20th century, not late 20th!
  25. It says right on the dial AND the label. It's a Seth Thomas Kitchen Clock. Google that.
  26. I believe the lamp is a modern Turkish-style lamp. Made for a candle, not oil.
  27. Knife is a Gurkha Khukuri (Kukri) made in Nepal. Still used in many militaries. Made to kill other humans. https://www.thekhukurihouse.com/the-kukri-machete-all-rounder
  28. The plate is a Hanukkah plate from Toledo Spain. Sefarad is Hebrew for Spain. Can't see the bowls.
  29. Harlem Swing Dancing! VERY hot artwork these days. NICE piece. Google Harlem Swing art..
  30. I've never seen any like it either! Please take a better pic of the label, or tell us what it says. Is it vitreous China or enamel on steel? I'm wondering if it was a prototype or a special order?...
  31. Here's his shop: https://sonomacounty.golocal.coop/businesses/duncan_design_inc/1132
  32. So if he was born in 1949 - what era are these glasses? Did he start designing young? I love these!
  33. Consider condition, too. They are quite common, so value won't be too high, sadly.
  34. Possibly Hematite. Maybe Marcacite. Pretty incredible example.
  35. They are little works of art, IMO! So pretty.
  36. 1870s?!?! Amazing!
  37. Another. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/head-barman-bartender-necklace-chain-1865336964
  38. Probably from the 1970's. It's missing it's chain. https://www.etsy.com/listing/979456238/vintage-beer-bottle-opener-head-barman?gpla=1&gao=1&&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=shoppin...
  39. Lucy went too! "Lucy goes out to California, checks Jerry into Los Angeles Military School with Major Grayson (Harvey Korman), goes to the bank to get money from her trust fund where coincidentally M...
  40. Dieter looks like a young FDR... (LOL! I'm watching the movie Papillion, he also looks like Dustin Hoffman's character.)
  41. Yeah - now I can see it's fully marked right under the cap. You can just see the FE of FEND. And I saw the GOLD, but no the rest - I think it says Patent, too. . She still hasn't said what else is...
  42. I never saw a sugar and creamer on stems like that!
  43. There are some red letters on the bottom - can you see better in person? The interior looks metal-lined, and the dividers look metal. Maybe something for an opium user? The lid does not appear to l...
  44. Google Neu-Tattau Porcelain Europa and The Bull
  45. Cool! LOL! I thought it was Texas...
  46. Mexico is Aztec, not Maya.
  47. Just look up Catholic Educational Co. Tin Lithograph. You will find many examples.
  48. Oops! A few years off. Copyright 1911. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-1911-catholic-religious-1904907324
  49. The probably made them and sold them in Catholic shops all over to raise money. maybe provided them to Catholic schools. That symbol in the corner is the Papal Seal, so they were sanctioned by the c...
  50. They have been around since 1904. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Catholic_Educational_Association
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