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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. The Nymphenburg company is well represented on the internet. Your Art Nouveau plate is beautiful.
  2. It's not a women's/men's dresser. More a kitchen/bathroom/dining room piece.
  3. A very splendid piece indeed - very fine. I'm usually not drawn to figurals, but this one is captivating. Congratulations Eileen.
  4. I believe you'll find this style of chair was mass produced, and is still being produced.
  5. A town in Illinois, ending in RRECK, company name starting in C. H. - can someone fill in the blanks?
  6. It's a lovely piece. Imari is a favourite.
  7. You have a triptych. All pieces are usually signed, the one in the middle with main signature, the other two panels on their sides. I can see a faint umlaut.
  9. It's a brooch or a pin, not a tie tack. It has a circa 30's mass produced safety clasp.
  10. How huge is it? Imho it's not an English piece - but I'm afraid I can't come up with an attribution.
  12. What a terrible picture of Philip, if it is him.
  13. Still not readable.
  14. Interesting Jensen history with this listing.
  15. Can't read the name from the angle it has been taken. It says made in Czechoslovakia?
  16. Hello and welcome to CW. On first glance this doesn't say "Christmas ornament". The colour is wrong, the style is wrong. And....I may be wrong. What are the dimensions, the weight, the material?...
  17. Thank you! I can see what it is now. I'm sure it carries a story.
  18. Can you give us a picture of the whole piece, and right side up. Right now it's difficult to tell what it is. Here's a CW item from their Help & FAQ's: "Rotate your photos. After the shoot, be su...
  19. It's still possible to research it - take a picture of the base with the 'H', describe the lamp in an internet search. I think it might be a mid century modern piece, and perhaps OAK (one of a kind). ...
  20. It's an attractive lamp for a very attractive price! Congratulations.
  21. Welcome to CW! The lamp here is considered vintage. Someone thought better of the gold finish and painted it? What do you think? Perhaps there is an original white version.
  22. Have you done any research on line? There's a wealth of Holtkoetter lamp information there.
  23. Really nice bow front dresser with original draw knobs, and lovely beveled glass mirror. What does the stencil say? Please don't paint over that or the dresser!
  24. @ EmmaPeel Research "Haeger Panther figurines" with a google search - more than four pages of sites.
  25. I wonder have you made tea in this wondrous tea pot? I would be so hesitant to pour boiling water into it.
  26. So very grateful for all the 'loves'.
  27. @ Elisabethan Thank you so much for loving this brooch. I was in hospital for a couple of months in the summer, and the convalescence has been very difficult. Your message is so kind - thank you fo...
  28. Really, really lovely lamp base. Imagine two in one afternoon!
  29. CWers are not permitted to discuss values at all. You can get request an appraisal here:
  30. Hi & Welcome! I agree with Watchsearcher about your photos. But rather than druzy, I think your bracelet panels uses turquoise chips. Greens, blues etc. Stones that aren't laying flat, like an inla...
  31. *follow through
  32. I found your brooch while doing a search on "Blackamoor figural asian brooch". I'd done a "Selro/Selini" jewelry search - some were close but no cigar items. Changed the search criteria and found an e...
  34. Your piece says it is "Silverplate". That is a very, very thin coat of silver over another metal - usually brass or nickel. The photo isn't complete so can't tell what the object is. Silverplate is no...
  35. Here's some information on the trombone clasp which might help you date your pin.
  36. I don't mean to be rude Jenni, but I believe it's a boy doing the painting. It's a beautiful piece for sure.
  37. Sorry - Etsy listing says 1914. I think the "faces" are meant to be handles? Your'e welcome.
  38. A photo of the back please. Is there a makers mark anywhere?
  39. Upgrading to a Wowzer! (with a lot of added wowzers) Impressive ho2 and TallCakes. (wowzers are mine)
  40. Hi & Welcome! This one has been dated to 1910 and stamp says Made in USA. Similar is an unmarked sugar bowl purported to be from France.
  41. Does it have a "stamp" on the bottom?
  42. These are beautiful - love the colours. Would so appreciate being able to better study them. I wrote this remark to another up-side-down poster just now: "Welcome to CW! I would really love to read...
  43. Welcome to CW! I would really love to read the bottom of your plate......but unless you post a "straight up" version, I wont be able to. There are some tips on taking photos in the Help & FAQ's area. ...
  45. Would the black surround indicate a memorial photo?
  46. Made in Portugal. As you can see these tend to be missing the spear and/or the tusks. A very interesting piece indeed.
  47. That's a really cool find!
  48. Ditto Watchsearcher's post, and Welcome to CW!
  49. Are they marked - the Phoenix ones I mean?
  50. What does it say on the bottom? Also, what are the dimensions?
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