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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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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
Happy Hanukkah!  "Festival Of Lights" by Ettore "Ted" DeGrazia Original 1976 Print - Fine Artin Fine Art

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  1. Auction hammer prices: https://www.skinnerinc.com/search?s=William%20Henry%20Chandler
  2. "America's Foremost Pastel Artist." Pretty much the definitive biography on him: https://williamchandler.wordpress.com/
  3. AKA Henry Chandler. (1854-1928) He worked in pastel, not chaulk. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Chandler_(painter)
  4. William Henry Chandler. https://www.invaluable.com/artist/chandler-william-henry-ke6a1eh2ze/sold-at-auction-prices/
  5. You can also contact Lane directly. https://www.lanefurniture.com/contacts
  6. 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/
  7. 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 ...
  8. Mark it solved!
  9. WOW! I've never seen stones cut like that. Is there a name for that cut?
  10. Sweet! I love multi colored stones.
  11. They always remind me of Bill Sikes dog 'Bulls-Eye' in the movie musical "Oliver"! He's very realistic!
  12. He's very realistic! This is my in-law's house! He rescues giant tortoises. (And Koi carp & turtles!) And the tortoise breed, too. https://patch.com/california/campbell/campbell-tortoise-makes-...
  13. Amazing work! I'm a HUGE Bat fan, too!
  14. It's a Midwife Toad! The male carries the eggs on his back like that. How weird ashe made one of those! I wonder if it was for a Natural museum gift shop or something? The real life eggs (Emb...
  15. You can contact the British postal museum. There is a contact link at the bottom of the page. They may have been used in a Commonwealth country. https://www.postalmuseum.org/
  16. There are VR post boxes in England and the VR means Victoria Regina.
  17. You have so many gorgeous pieces, Phil - do they ever get worn by anyone?
  18. Is there a picture missing? The signature is on a flat surface, but the other picture shows no flat surface. How does is stand up? Is that a stopper? I don't get it! Where do you put the flowers?
  19. WOW! Here's a good video showing technique. Unbelievable. From Qing Dynasty to today. (Video is from 2006) "These elegant porcelain items are covered with patterns and carefully woven with bamb...
  20. WOW! Here's a good video showing technique. Unbelievable. From Qing Dynasty to today. (Video is from 2006) "These elegant porcelain items are covered with patterns and carefully woven with bamb...
  21. Here's a video that show a BIT of a man weaving the bamboo on the porcelain cup. http://www.lanecrawford.com/discover/the-joy-of-the-tea-ceremony-67800012-20170125/shop/
  22. Oh wow. Hermes is branding tea sets now (2010, anyway!) - they call it 'bamboo thread' - and there's even a pic of someone doing it. "Today in Shanghai, Jing Daily had the privilege of attendin...
  23. Skinner says Japanese. Others say Chinese. Did find a pair with paper labels "Made in people's republic of China". (mid '70s -78) https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2307/lots/327
  24. I've seen some others now that say they are from from China. Is it ONE piece of bamboo that goes in concentric rings?? How are rie ribs woven in? The decoration is painted on EACH horizontal fibre ...
  25. Thanks, Phil! I'm still waiting for someone to chime in. I have no idea how this is made, what it's called or where it's from still!
  26. WOWZA!! God - I'd kill for that set! I'd wear it to Safeway to pick up my jug wine. I don't care!
  27. Are the coral parts cold or warm to the touch? Do they feel like glass or stone or plastic? IS that a mark at the bottom opposite the jump ring where you would add a chain?
  28. I'd say carved coral and natural pearls. The mounting looks gold, as does the wires. BEAUTIFUL! I don't think it was a clasp. But it looks like it could alo hang as a pendant. Do you see any mark...
  29. So sweet!
  30. Totally cool. We had one of those cans! (Yes, only ONE - the Magic Cold on the bottom shelf, if I remember right!) Are they still full? Interesting collection & amazing you found the 'conditionize...
  31. I'd love to see the earrings, too!
  32. Maryland. What is the significance of the flamingo, I wonder? There aren't any in MD! LOVE the graphics in old advertising, too!
  33. Absolute stunner! Set? I only see the necklace. Just gorgeous!
  34. Beautiful display!
  35. Anzengruber Keramik
  36. "Wall charger plate"? What is that? I can't figure it out. Is it recessed? It look like a layer of plaster on the back. All the air bubbles. Or a chalk coating. The colors are fabulous. Size...
  37. I think the necklace is Cherokee. Very NICE.
  38. I think Lona Smith is who owned it. Looks like she wrote & scratched something out just under the L, too. Maybe it was a picture of her! Was Lona an actress in New Zealand?
  39. It's beautiful.
  40. That's fantastic!
  41. You can post a link to a YouTube video! Or to a facebook page, I think. I'd love to see it in action.
  42. "Flowers are one of the most popular and well-received gifts, often given to express love and affection. But did you know the type of flowers you give can speak volumes? The Secret Language of Flowers...
  43. Rosemary & Thyme (A british Murder mystery TV show) Did an episode about the secret language of flowers. Entire gardens were paeans or odes to love or remembrance, and if you know the flowers' meani...
  44. The flower on the left is Lily Of The Valley. "Lily of the valley has the flower meaning of humility, chastity, sweetness, purity and is said to bring luck in love. It also means "the return of hap...
  45. Probably lab-created. The large ones usually are.
  46. That is a color-change sapphire. Expose it to natural light, fluorescent light & incandescent light. It will change colors. (It is NOT Alexandrite, though!)
  47. BANG! Reminds me of fireworks!
  48. I have several, too! They are quite common - but always beautiful. You can't beat cut crystal for the wow factor in a window!
  49. From the Wiki: (KEEP the box & keep the kids away!) "In 1926, Julius Chein was killed in a horse-riding accident in Central Park. Control of the company passed to Chein's widow who then turned the...
  50. Oh - J. Chein. Sweet. 1930s-1950's the produced tin0 litho toys. ( i can see the mark.) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Chein_%26_Company
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