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Swiss Stize or Flagon by Abraham Ganting of Bern About C 1750 - Read my harrowing story about this. - Brewerianain Breweriana
Pair of antique? Pewter wall mount candle sticks. - Lampsin Lamps
Some kind of Majolica? - Potteryin Pottery
Mystery Porcelain Cups Flow Blue Antique Maybe German or French? - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Cool Possibly Bronze Old Western Style Belt Buckle? - Accessoriesin Accessories
Not exactly sure what I have here. I know it's Polish. That's all.  - Accessoriesin Accessories
Weird Foot Bathing French Majolica? What in the? Renaissance revival? - Potteryin Pottery
Aurene style modern art glass vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tue Poulson Danish Shallow Bowl Pottery - Potteryin Pottery
Mid Century? Stoneware Vase - Potteryin Pottery

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  1. So pretty!
  2. No. This buckle doesn't match the Ruger logo. It's a Polish eagle.
  3. Interesting. I'll look into it. Thanks!
  4. Hmm... Not sure if I should. But I will. :)
  5. Vintage Satsuma Moriage elephant maybe. Very cute. <3
  6. Looks kind of like vintage Satsuma.
  7. Also has a very MCM look to it. So I'll try that avenue as well with the keywords you provided.
  8. I think you are on to something. I was looking Irish statues just now and encountered a lot of metal sculptures representing the famine. I'm doing research as we speak. People here are so amazing! I c...
  9. They were described by the auction house as mid-century. I really like them for some reason.
  10. Me too. I am going to restring it with sterling components.
  11. I love it. I have a ruby red salt cellar in this pattern.
  12. https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/bas-relief-of-general-mcclelland-39397?fbclid=IwAR1wxyzzYCfvDcnUqszfg4l2pUKoDv7YBtJzOutVcGMUhGEVwGTK7R31DiU
  13. That company has a very unfortunate name. But very pretty pieces!
  14. Circumference. That does make the difference right. :)
  15. It wasn't shipped. It was purchased at an estate.
  16. Well you helped me in another way too. I am about to reveal the maker of my Art Nouveau vase. I was sitting there thinking about it and I said what if I'm just not looking hard enough. So I went and l...
  17. Persistence pays. ;)
  18. Look at the new pic. ITALY!
  19. Thank you once again Watchsearcher. You have increased the aesthetic value of these cats exponentially. I thought it had areas of painted over damage and color loss but it was actually just whatever p...
  20. Wow. You guys are so amazingly helpful. I will have a look later. Super excited to find out!
  21. So the people on my facebook pottery identification group have concluded Deruta Italy pottery cats. I am pretty happy with this after doing an extensive search. to the person who claimed everything si...
  22. Someone else suggested this. I will do more research. Thanks!
  23. Thanks! Looking into it now.
  24. The colors on mine seem kind of French and have a mid-century vibe. Maybe I should investigate french ceramic cats.
  25. I like mine better, ;) That blue and yellow contrast is really nice.
  26. I sculpt and craft so yes I do have some experience with carving marks. It may not be alabaster but there is a material that's called oxolite that's made of resin and powdered stone that could explain...
  27. Hey everybody. I just put up a new pic of the back of the leg where I spotted some of the most pronounced marks. Do you think they are carving marks from the original sculpture that was molded if this...
  28. I'm not saying it's alabaster per se but there are some carving marks on it. I was thinking maybe carved bakelite or oxolite.
  29. I'm really interested in postcards now and I've learned a ton since posting these both and have a much better understanding of value.
  30. Oxolyte? They traveled a lot to Italy and Greece and had some Asian art in their home.
  31. It doesn't feel like normal plastic. Did they ever make bakelite figures like these?
  32. I took a close look and I see actual carving marks at the joints and on the rest of the piece. I applied a small torch to the base and it didn't melt or smoke. It's about 6 inches tall and 3.5 ounces.
  33. Ok. Uploaded the photos finally.
  34. It's about 2.5 in or 6 cm. It's about 4.25 in circumference. I put up new pics.
  35. Hmm... interesting. It does have a pour spout.
  36. Gee. Just what I always wanted. A vag weight with a matching tray. Estate sales sure are fun. I find some weird stuff.
  37. I don't think so. The rim is too perfect. There would have been some wear.
  38. Please don't tell me I'm missing a lid. :)
  39. I put up a new pic.
  40. I've never seen anything like it. It's beautiful! How do you know it's early?
  41. Now this is a cool card.
  42. I'll get one up soon as I do listing photos tomorrow. I hate when I get done with a whole set and realize I've forgotten a base photo.
  43. Thanks!
  44. Oh so they are probably redline jeans then? I know they aren't old but it's important I know a lot about Levi's Do you have some really good sources of information you could share?
  45. I found his signature. You are correct! Awesome!
  46. Yeah. I thought that was pretty odd. :)
  47. I just found out it's an Avon spring bouquet vase.
  48. Maybe the late 19th early 20th century.
  49. I figured it might be from my research. I also noticed the rust spots from the iron where the glaze didn't fully cover it in some spots. It seems older but not sure.
  50. Yes. I love it!
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