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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. That's a wowzer from me.
  2. I forgot to mention your spoon has a beautiful bowl - spoon/bowl - I think that's the correct term. I would have enjoyed using it.
  3. It's a fish knife.
  4. Slotted spoons appear to have numerous uses. Tomato serving spoons are mentioned a lot, as are olive spoons, casserole spoons, and the ubiquitous 'serving' spoon is also very popular.
  5. Penguins are just a tad more awesome than owls.
  6. Glad he/she didn't fall from the tree.
  7. Owls are awesome!
  8. Lovely old clasp.
  9. Gorgeousness!
  10. What does the label say on the inside of the drawer?
  11. Bakelite?
  12. Amazon has same vase listed but 'not available'. There are antique thorn vases but very different to yours. ...
  13. Ansonia it is. Shows in pic. #2.Also showing a number - not sure if model or patent number.
  14. what are the dimensions?
  15. Looks like a bottle opener not a key.
  16. Well..............CW's policy is that prices are not discussed. We're here to share our finds with each other, and help each other with research. I think you have enough to search for what you want on...
  18. Here is another F.S.Ster. I had thought it was 'Sterling" with the ling worn off?
  19. Hi Grace - welcome to CW! The above article may be of help answering your question. In the article one of the words 'Hermes' is...
  20. @ Ms.CrystalShip - Thank you for renewed 'love'. I lost this beautiful brooch now - sigh.
  21. Hi Mrs.CrystalShip - Thank you for your note about "heavy" jewelry. Large, costume jewelry earrings also used to sag when using the dainty butterfly backings. (Now there're backings, which offer bril...
  22. Welcome to CW Laceface! I agree with Jenni - the stones are just gorgeous. I hope you will come back often.
  23. The very small mantle clock is lovely. I almost missed it.
  25. This pin is stupendous! Absolutely gorgeous!
  26. Beautiful - I can't read signature either. Sad.
  27. Still a Wowzer!!
  28. Outlandish, but really lovely.
  29. The Swedish rings on this site have some really outlandish designs - have a look through some of them.
  30. how big or small is it?
  31. The most magnificent colour. A beautiful piece of glass work.
  32. Sorry!!!! It's
  33. Welcome! Best place to search for a china pattern that I know of is: Do a search on Johnson Bros. and see if you can find y...
  34. Hi there, has the most china patterns to sort through. I got you to page 1 of 4 of the Arabia pattern. You can look through them and see what you can find. All the best, Gilli...
  35. Hi Missholly1, The link I posted is exactly the same 18K pendant you posted. It's difficult to read what's on the back. It's possible that the owner of the Etsy store may have more information/help w...
  36. You'd want to keep silk stockings in a hosiery bag like this. It's beautiful.
  38. First photo is picking up the table cloth pattern. Better to take pics with a white unpatterned base.
  39. There are some 'phones like yours in the article. Hope it helps.
  40. Bamboo from China.
  41. Looks like a Queen w/orb and sceptre, two important looking people with other "bits", doctored(?). She has a very important hat on.
  42. Eight years! It's a thistle.
  43. Hi again, My mistake - I believe it's called an intentional bubble. I don't think you should use any type of polishing "tool", which makes me thing of something like a sander! No washing it eithe...
  44. I can't see any molded seams, whatever it is you can see the facets too. A bubble, and a flower on the top eh?
  45. Hi, It would help if we could see the closure. The first photo shows that it could be molded lucite, there's a little flower on the top of one of the beads(?) There is such a thing as an intended bubb...
  47. Welcome to CW! Please would you give us the dimensions of this piece. The photos are kind'a dark. Is it possible for you to post some brighter pictures? You can edit your original posting, deleting...
  48. Hi, Here's the CW mourning jewelry article, and examples of different pieces. I hope this helps.
  49. Had a brass crocodile nut cracker. The ridges were not as defined. Very heavy!
  50. Welcome ria1969! We need to see a clear photo(s) of the bottom please.
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