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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. Who let the Russian bunnies out?
  2. Who let the bunnies out?
  3. @Ms.CrystalShip Please don't open the link I sent you. I made a mistake, for which I do apologize.
  4. This one is expensive - if indeed it is the 'one'.
  5. Hi, I can't see any spout or handle. If this was lifted up by the bun, for instance, wouldn't that part just fall off anyway?
  6. If the first picture is the back of the blue enamel one, then it's a pendant. (You probably knew that already!) It is just lovely, very lovely. I'd very much like to see the back of the gold, w/a ...
  7. The colours are gorgeous. That's a lot of shine, on a lot of brooch. I'm sure these colours, and designs were made for the Fall.
  8. does it say J W?
  9. Would that I could find such a trashy piece! Looked up Muncie, and spent some time looking at their "stuff". I really like the colour of yours, also glad that you made it into a display piece.
  10. Hi maryannc - Welcome to CW. I've given you a link to one source of information about Heisey glass, with some pictures of the Heisey mark.
  12. Please tell us what the dimensions are - as well as, a photo of the bottom. Many thanks.
  13. Hi there, The piggy one that I've just looked at is not a Netsuke. A photo of the bottom has been very revealing. A photo of the elephant's bottom, (excuse my language), no doubt would be just as rev...
  14. imho you have a Netsuke:
  15. really should've checked correct grammatical usage of neither, nor........
  16. of course no "gentleman" neither......whether from neck or belt.
  17. Surely no "lady" could be encouraged to wear this piece of metal around their neck? Please be kind enough to give us the dimensions.
  18. Unfortunately, CW does not allow any discussion about the value of items that are posted.
  19. Yes - A really nice, very nice gold brooch!
  20. Please would you post a photo of the back? Also, the dimensions would be useful. Many thanks, and welcome to CW!
  21. Would need to see the backs. They can be very helpful in determining age - especially if they have a name on them!
  22. I had wanted to say: look at all those wonderful C clasps.
  23. I think it's guilloche as well.
  24. Some of these little landscapes resemble the posted one:
  25. Unfortunately your links do not work.
  26. I don't think these would be dishwasher safe.
  27. My vote is a candy glass.
  28. Will you share what the writing on the diamond is? Is it one item or two?
  29. I believe it's the "Richeleau" pattern. What an incredible bowl it is, and the colour is amazing. Thank you for posting it!
  30. Good grief - I am the silly goose here. I knew, deep down, I should have waited for TallCakes!
  31. I needed to come back here to talk about a hot drink in a glass container. Of course coffee is put into all kinds of glass pots. A lot of kettles are glass. But never in a crystal glass, or cut glass ...
  32. That's so sad. I believe many of us have experienced that horrible sinking feeling, when the box is opened. I know I have. I must disagree about this being a coffee pot though. Hot beverages do not b...
  33. Wowzer!
  34. Hi there, Is this where you were going ?:
  36. I knew I knew that name! Classic dinnerware, congratulations!
  37. Sorry - thought there were some for sale, but it's a vast gallery of gorgeous Pennino jewelry. Perhaps they would appreciate a picture of your brooch?
  38. Newfld - You may have read this before, but I posted it 'cos it's a great read, (educational even!) with great examples - and some for sale. Very glad you shared this brooch, which led me to this arti...
  39. @billretirecoll Good work finding that reference from 7 yrs. ago. The research that miKKoChristmas11 did was extensive - unfortunately the poster was a one-of.
  40. Hi there, From the size you gave, I wouldn't use anything too heavy for the trembler. Can we see the after picture please?
  41. That is so darn gorgeous - baguettes are to die for. And, gosh darn, it's signed! Congratulations Newfld.
  42. I wonder could you take a picture without so much magnification. The bigger it gets the more blurry! Have you had the rubies tested?
  43. This is one I drooled over when it was posted: Pinterest is really good for res...
  44. But...........Is it really Regency if it's not Reeded?
  45. From a thrift shop! Unbelievable, just stunning. The spoons are beautiful - need a new word!
  46. All I can see is your glass from the top. May we see the sides, and especially the bottom. Thanks very much!
  47. Really neat glass damper downer! Used for envelopes? Wouldn't a stamp be difficult to get off the roller?
  48. May I get a better look at the low bowl, with gold rim, 2nd photo has it upturned behind a plate. Thank you!
  49. Hi renedijkstra, Welcome to CW. Some of the posts you're commenting on are 6 or 7 years old. It's unlikely the original poster is still around. Please don't stop commenting though! Do you have any ...
  50. This piece was not hand made. Everything is machine made, shaped etc. A photo of the back, and of the inside of a drawer would be helpful. It is well made that's for sure, and probably built for a hig...
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