Redwood City

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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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
Simonetta Vespucci for H. Liebes & Co.  S.F. Merchant Hand Painted Plate RARE! - Fine Artin Fine Art


  1. Yeah - they are all fondue forks. Yes, most likely from the 1970's. Normally - all forks would be different colors handles, so no one got theirs mixed up with anyone elses.
  2. I think the silver dot next to the hole corresponds with the stone mount in the back.
  3. Wouldn't it have been COOL if that little hole once held a little tremblar frog? Or even just a frog. SO beautiful!
  4. What do the backs of the links w the diamonds look like? Are the diamonds visible from the back? Any jeweler will test those for gold content and if the diamonds are real if you don't have a tester....
  5. I winder what the number 4 is doing in the very top center scroll? See it?
  6. Did it evolve into the current Philadelphia Commission For Women, I wonder?
  7. ^^ THAT reference is 1913! (Beginning of the war) I assume it was to keep them prostitution and other evils. And to support themselves if fathers, husband etc. didn't come home or came home unable t...
  8. WWI period. It was a group that found gainful employment for women & girls in Philly 1918. "Women & girls affected by war conditions" Page 470 has no image! The other reference is on page 471. ...
  9. The DETAIL in his face is astounding! You can even see his glasses! Great badge.
  10. Gorgeous!
  11. Beautiful. Yes, the sticker is real. Google: Murano Slag Glass lamp shade 1905. You will find many examples! You may find a maker's mark on the lamp but it will not be the same maker. Could be ...
  12. It looks like the last letter of the sig is an 'N'. I saw your first post and now see it's 18K. If you had a little modeling clay, you could take an impression of the mark.
  13. Just beautiful. I love the colors together. Do you have a loupe?
  14. 10K GF?
  15. Corner dinette bench. Here's one kinda sort like it - but you get the idea. https://www.ebay.com/itm/MID-CENTURY-MODERN-Retro-CORNER-BENCH-DINETTE-SET-TABLE-2-CHAIRS/292157135053?hash=item4405ec18...
  16. A corner dinette.
  17. Sorry - Putti (Or singular Putto)
  18. I forgot to say - he's very sweet! He's a little Roman Puti playing an aulos!
  19. Love him!
  20. You can all them and ask them.
  21. It's modern it has an 800 number on it. Probably a retro back to the first bottle.
  22. Amazing.
  23. Cool! The silver content alone is over 5.00, too!
  24. Nice stove. Good comment Mwech!
  25. Yes - the colors are amazing. Fun plate! (Bowl?)
  26. Thank you all! The tiles were possibly made by RAKO. The styles of the two "huber' pieces are so different!
  27. Hey Billy! Hope you are well.
  28. Use all four pictures & show the back and lower right corner. You say it's not signed, but it's 'signed' right there. Removing the back should not hurt it as long as your do it while it's laying o...
  29. Amazing it's never broken! Totally cool.
  30. LOL! Where is Tallcakes to tell us the pattern of the cut crystal bowl??
  31. Are they Mormon? Why do you think it's a plural marriage? I think they are paper Christmas bells, because the magazine is January!
  32. They call them revolving bookcase end tables or tables. I've always wanted one! That embossed leather top is just the decorative top, not for games.
  33. Yep. A library table.
  34. Superb! Just beautiful. I'd take it someplace to have appraised. The detail!
  35. You'd put it on a table near the front door and people would leave their calling cards on it.
  36. Could be a card receiver. Size?
  37. Mother of pearl.
  38. Probably silver. Could be platinum. NICE.
  39. A beaded shade would be nice.
  40. Phil - you are right. That shade does not do the figure justice! It needs a more rococo or nouveau shade. Lovely find!
  41. Marcasites on the closure fob. I'd say that says 925 or 835. Nice piece!
  42. Excellent detective work! That is EXACTLY what I would have done! I had a feeling it was somethime near Christmas - do you see the accordion paper bells in the upper center of the picture? They are ...
  43. Stunner!
  44. Here's a yellow one. They say it's Danish... https://www.pinterest.com/pin/152770612340569888/
  45. "Bottles marked "Federal Law Forbids…" It is not uncommon to come across screw-top liquor bottles from the 20th century that are boldly embossed on their shoulders or bases with the above text. Aft...
  46. You kids gotta learn your history. Here's another person with that bottle who thinks prohibition was in the 1950's!! It looks like it might have been a perfume bottle? "In 1933, the 21st Amendmen...
  47. 1920's was prohibition.
  48. LOVE THEM!!!
  49. LOL - here's a story about Caleb from the web: "One time, very early in my sophomore year at Central High, I was working at Burger Chef on Eastside Boulevard, and the franchise owner at the time, d...
  50. He's still living in Muskogee! That's where his Jr. high is located. (I look everyone up - I think it's interesting.) He graduated HS in 1964. You could send it back to him! https://nuwber.co...
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