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Mr. Pepper - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Sparkly Little Nemo Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Art Deco Trinket Box - Art Decoin Art Deco
Carved Lucite Bangle - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Macau Stretched Vase - Asianin Asian
Apology Carnival Glass & An Ancient Menu - Glasswarein Glassware
Vintage Mats Johasson Signed & Numbered Crystal Paperweight - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Deco Czech Vanity Tray by Libochovice 1937 - Art Decoin Art Deco
Happy Belated Mothers Day - Love you - Photographsin Photographs
Sarah link bracelet, Blue enanmel and rhinestone brooch, Blue rhinestone brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry


  1. Hi & Welcome to CW! You can have four photos for one listing, not just one. It would be helpful to see pics taken of the top and bottom of your piece. Can you tell us what the marks say/are - your ...
  2. Lovely, simply lovely.
  3. typo should be *it
  4. Very late to the party I think the saying goes. Didn't notice is was two years old. Ah well. I enjoyed doing some research anyway. Some Moser history:
  5. Confetti ?
  6. Forgot to mention that your makers stamp has most likely worn off. If you do a take a look at some of the listings in the link, you'll find some makers stamps in the bunch.
  7. Your platter is over 100 years old, and any colour loss is most likely due to its' age. The pattern is applied using a transfer. Here's a link from with many Aesthetic Movement items in...
  8. And............Made in Canada no less!
  9. I believe what it's saying is that it's Silver Plated - Electro-plated Brass. All made by "Viking". I think it's lovely. Welcome to CW!
  10. Angus, I have some experience with Depression Glass. My first foray into collecting glass was with bottles, and after that Depression Glass. I can say with some certainty that your glass isn't a piec...
  11. Welcome to CW! Please may we have some dimensions, and a photo of the bottom of the item. Thank you.
  12. Kinda Maybe looks like an air pressure guage with some bits missing, or a thingy that blows a air that's under high air pressure. Great explanation eh?
  14. Very nice Italian Florentine tray - lovely colours.
  15. Welcome to CW! Are there any markings on the bottom of the tea pot?
  16. Intriguing! May we see a photo of the back please? Do you know what's behind the board at the front?
  17. couldbe - what a lovely thought. Thank you so much!
  18. There's someone here that is quite an expert on Japanese glass. Your pieces are lovely. You're fortunate to still have the labels. Welcome to CW!
  19. Faaantastic! So beautiful.
  20. Parfait for ice cream, just parfait.
  21. "The table actually is in my home nestled nicely between all my other pieces in my dining room." May we see a photograph taken in the dining room please?
  22. It distresses me to see a piece with such history and prior status, discarded along with a burger box and drink cup.
  24. Part of a label/tag is better than no label/tag, at all. So please post a photo of it - no need for a new post, you can delete a picture then add a new one. Welcome to CW!
  25. Most decidedly a banded Agate bangle.
  26. Need a photo of the back without all the extras please. If it has a makers mark or signature somewhere, a clear picture could help us identify it.
  27. Some photos of the actual brooch would be helpful. As would the dimensions etc.
  28. The beads on this one are a little underwhelming, but everything's a match. Yours is a much better photo that's all.
  31. Would a mix of vinegar and water work on the inside? Boil and let sit for a while, rinse well and repeat.
  32. Is it Resin?
  33. It's simply beautiful.
  34. Please don't paint it. What's it made from? Can you replace a couple of the pics with ones taken in the natural light, the ones you posted are a bit dark. Oh yes, don't paint it.
  36. Verdigris needs to be eliminated - it can eat its' way through your lovely silver if it's left untreated.
  37. Tell us what the measurements are please.
  38. The poster says the turquoise stone is genuine, he/she can also tell us how it was confirmed.
  39. I don't believe Bernard Instone would use anything less than a genuine turquoise stone. But that's my opinion, Jean would be the expert on Instone.
  40. @keramikos - thank you for setting me straight. @lee120275 - I sincerely apologise.
  41. Yes. thank you - but do you think it's Empoli?
  42. Empoli perhaps. Yes, 60/70's.
  43. Welcome to CW! The marks are too blurry to read. Certainly seems to be sterling silver, but pic needs to be in focus. It has a long pin clasp with a C catch which means it has some age to it. Would...
  44. That's just silly to say the least.
  45. Salt glazed mug - not sure that it's an arts and crafts piece though.
  46. A cowrie shell necklace.
  47. 1891 - 1899 ? Doesn't make any sense.
  48. The Nymphenburg company is well represented on the internet. Your Art Nouveau plate is beautiful.
  49. It's not a women's/men's dresser. More a kitchen/bathroom/dining room piece.
  50. A very splendid piece indeed - very fine. I'm usually not drawn to figurals, but this one is captivating. Congratulations Eileen.
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