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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. Mystery solved!
  2. Is it for beer, or lemonade? https://www.ebay.com/itm/224377130250
  3. ERPHILA ART POTTERY SILHOUETTE, Czecho Slovakia https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-erphila-art-pottery-beer-mugs-1794542799
  4. She is a Spanish Flamenco dancer. Her face is made of felt. She is a Lenci-type doll. Probably 1930s. She is a boudoir doll. She would most likely sit on a bed.
  5. I believe she's Mexican. See her Huaraches?
  6. The decoration is beautiful.
  7. Then they illegally sold it!
  8. Here's a similar one. Made by the same person/studio - look at the stamens in the flowers. The same. But I don't think it's George Jones. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-majolica-...
  9. Those are morning glories!
  10. Is the bottom marked? What was on the box if it was the original box? The cord is a newer cord.
  11. I think it may be bone.
  12. That is FANTASTIC!
  13. They also did framing at that shop. Maybe the artist just had his/her personal art framed? https://www.wmicentral.com/community_beat/local_entertainment/the-art-and-joy-of-managing-the-arts/articl...
  14. Here's another one. https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/hand-painted-native-american-picture-27-c-dab4b63828
  15. Those are fantastic. The handmade ones are folk art. "Stops on the bottom"? What do you mean? Be nice to see them all!
  16. I thought the thumbnail was a real bird! That is great technique to get the feathers so realistic!
  17. It's Mitsui Bussan.
  18. Peru. You can clean them with silver polish.
  19. By the way - most glass pieces are one of a kind.
  20. If you like it, buy it. If you want to learn how to identify REAL items, you must read articles to learn, and do research. Just like we do.
  21. You are buying Chinese reproductions probably made by the millions.
  22. The center photos are USA stamps...
  23. http://thepewterdragon.com/artist-kevin-ohare-c-68_204/
  24. It's Kevin O'Hare of the Fellowship Foundry.
  25. She is an Argentinian Gaucho water-colorist. Google her. There 's a lot of her stuff online. September 9, 1929 – October 18, 2000. Born in Montevideo Uruguay. She studied at the Instituto E...
  26. Elena Castellanos is an artist. The artist's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $55 USD to $70 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Sin...
  27. Elena Castellanos. https://www.ebay.com/itm/122416804545
  28. Castellanos is the last name.
  29. *REPAIRED!
  30. Possibly by Solomon Joseph Solomon. DEFINITELY looks like his signature. TAKE it to a legit appraiser. Have it cleaned & repaqired. https://www.historyforsale.com/solomon-j-solomon-autograph-let...
  31. It could not have been your husband's great, great, great grandparents. These kitchen mantel clocks were popular in the 1890's-1910's. You almost never find two exactly alike! They are often called...
  32. The seed one dated 1925 is a tourist piece from the Vatican, probably. It is Celebrating the Holy Year (Anno Santo) Jubilee in 1925 POPE PIUS XI Jubilee: And the Opening of the holy door. https:...
  33. Are you sure it's not Alabaster? Or Quartz? The legs seem too transparent for Ivory.
  34. Oh wait - I see it was in the 1920's. It looks so new.
  35. Did someone invent that recently? It's brilliant.
  36. He was Hungary's most famous portrait painter. 1859-1927. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:J%C3%B3zsef_%C3%81rp%C3%A1d_Koppay
  37. Also spelled: Jozsi Koppay. The print is actually called Die Reise ins Leben. (The Journey Into Life)
  38. Josef Arpad Koppay. https://www.hippostcard.com/listing/240838-birth-baby-on-stork-w-butterfly-by-koppay-vintage-pc/14048643
  39. One exactly like yours! https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/784380117/1950s-herta-huber-roethe-wall-plaque
  40. Is the other one a wombat?
  41. The other stones look to be peridot, topaz, amethyst, and maybe garnet?
  42. I would say it's in the Brutalist style. Very nicc.
  43. 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!
  44. 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.
  45. 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...
  46. I'M BLIND! Wowie zowie! Stunning!
  47. Absolutely adorable!
  48. 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...
  49. Similar: https://www.etsy.com/listing/101350101/vintage-victorian-souvenir-pocket-knife?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details
  50. What are those number notations on the second picture?
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