Deepseas72

New Orleans, LA

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Aged Sage Pottery Faces - Potteryin Pottery
Weird floral and bird light peg vase - Potteryin Pottery
Crown Staffordshire J.T. Jones Parakeet Budgie figurine  - Figurinesin Figurines
Japan clover flower pots - Potteryin Pottery
Black depression glass sugar bowl  - Glasswarein Glassware
Winter scene  - Fine Artin Fine Art
Trifari brooch  - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Trifari brooch  - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Unknown glass covered dish  - Glasswarein Glassware
Indiana Glass Blue carnival  - Glasswarein Glassware

Comments

  1. that is a super cool piece!!
  2. I think they are still being manufactured. I'd love to know if there is a way to date them...
  3. I love it!
  4. I saw the pitcher at another store, but they want too much.
  5. thanks, vikinggirl.
  6. Thank you, Anything inside! I appreciate all the information I can get.
  7. Thank you, artfoot!
  8. It's pretty.
  9. Thank you, Tallcakes.
  10. Thank you, Tallcakes.
  11. Vikinggirl, I saw a partitioned dish in this same pattern yesterday, but it was missing the round center dish so I saved my five dollars. Tallcakes, I seem to be coming across a lot of items missing ...
  12. Tallcakes, you always come through. And I'm socking away every little bit of info. Thank you.
  13. So colorful and vibrant. I love these!
  14. Thank you.
  15. Me too!
  16. Yeah, you have to have serious expendable funds to shop on Royal St. I really only do the thrift shops on my tiny income. There are some good antique shops on Magazine St. in New Orleans, but the bes...
  17. Thank, Artfoot! I'll make that correction. Yeah, I got the whole box of dinnerware for $21. Made my day.
  18. http://heiseymuseum.org/?page_id=143
  19. Thank you very much, Tallcakes.
  20. It sure looks similar to their stuff, but did Kent mark all of their items? This only has a Made in Japan mark, no Kent mark
  21. Another one solved by Tallcakes!
  22. https://www.rubylane.com/item/645543-KC-06814/Vallerysthal-Portieux78-France-Bavards-Diving-Dolphin
  23. Thanks, guys. Tallcakes, that's a great resource site. Have you got any ideas about the pressed glass bowl I posted recently? I've looked through a book on pressed glass patterns...no luck. Tried g...
  24. A very informative read. Thanks.
  25. Thank you, racer4four. Thank you, antiquerose. Going read it right now.
  26. What a fun piece!
  27. I love your cake stand collection.
  28. Wow, Tallcakes.
  29. That's soo cute!!
  30. Thanks, Inky. That's a really great source. Bookmarked for future use! So if this is real, it would be dated between 1975-1979. That Denmarm still has me doubting the piece.
  31. Thank you very much, Tallcakes.
  32. Yeah, I saw that one, but he had a question mark by it, so he wasn't sure.
  33. thanks for the love,vetrail50
  34. ooh! I love it!!
  35. thank you, katherinescollections. Yeah, I think you're right.
  36. Thanks, Tallcakes
  37. naw. i still have no clue.
  38. Excellent call, Racer4four! Found them by searching Japan bone dish.
  39. Inky, ive been trying to think of a way to re-purpose them. I know i can use at least one on my night stand for my eyeglasses. And maybe one by the sink for jewelry.
  40. Racer4four, you think they are 50's or 60's?
  41. Hey, maybe so, Collectomaniac. I wonder if it was a box for Gold Crown brand playing cards? And thats much older than i had guessed. Very cool. Turns out the little velvet lining is cardboard and s...
  42. Thanks, Tallcakes
  43. Thank you, racer4four.
  44. It is really kind of you to take the time to share your knowledge. I really am grateful. I'm going check out some of those sources right now.
  45. What do the three seams on this Glass tell you? Was it a three part mold? Are there certain years in which different types of molds were used (although selling and reusing the same molds certainly cre...
  46. How do I learn which maker made a piece when they are constantly reproduced by different companies?
  47. And those grasping hands of the waves...Very beautiful detail.
  48. I keep feeling like it was a powder box. Maybe the flower on top. What age or style does it feel like to you? I'm thinking 30s or 40s?
  49. How do you do it, Tallcakes? Is there a step by step method? Or just a lifetime of learning?
  50. Was it maybe for cosmetics?
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