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Please, your comments PEWTER PLATE Very Intricate How Old??? - Kitchenin Kitchen
Banquet Lamp with Female Face MYSTERY MAKER ---> J S in Six Point Star? - Lampsin Lamps
Mystery Glaze?! OHIO CROCK with pig ears handles 4 Gal - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
P & A Oil Lamp FIRED ON COLORS, RIBBED FONT Unusual! - Lampsin Lamps
WELLER POTTERY RARITY Weller Theatre Double Light Sconces - Potteryin Pottery
Blown Glass Owl RIDGEWATER GLASS DESIGNS Wow Factor!!! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Stoneware Striper Canning Jars MYSTERY BROWN WITH BLACK STRIPE? Please Comment! - Potteryin Pottery
Beautiful Painting CATHEDRAL of the NATIVITY, Suzdal Kremlin, Church Identified! - Fine Artin Fine Art
Mid Century Ceramic MADE IN ITALY Wall Art Teak Frame SIGNATURE? - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
BLENKO Hat or Vase - 14 x 9 1/4 Do you know more? - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Thank you 'apostata' ... I appreciate receiving your helpful information!
  2. I appreciate your comments & feedback. They're about 8" tall. I tried to ascertain if there's another stripe but I can't see one above the black single stripe. YES I wish someone could enlighten me on...
  3. Hi Alser. Thanks for your post. Hmm don't know. Perhaps a decorator's mark, but that's just a guess.
  4. Thank you for commenting! I'd never heard of them until I bought this piece & deciphered the signature. There's an owl posted on their website, wings outstretched, with a short vid of the piece. They ...
  5. Thanks MMNJ! Well, tonight I came across a google map showing the name of towns WITH the names written in Russian alphabet underneath . Looking all around Suzdal Kremlin on the map, I see a town call...
  6. Thanks MMNJ! I appreciate the info! I found the church by randomly searching key words (russian, orthodox, ukraine, poland, belarus, arches, etc). Nice to know the identity. 13th-16th century I belie...
  7. Oh wow. Great to see the $ range. Prices sure have changed over the years. Beautiful & historic American glass is so underappreciated these days Again, THANK YOU.
  8. Hi! There was some discussion about these 8 mos ago. I'm wondering if anyone has seen any others WITH the bobeches in the meantime? I've seen two online WITHOUT a bobeche ... a ruby one and a colonial...
  9. Thanks. Update: I looked at every catalog (love looking at all the forms they crafted through the years). It is not pictured so I sent an inquiry to the project. More later :-)
  10. Thanks TallCakes!!! Hadn't heard of the Blenko Project ... didn't know all those catalogs were online. Great resource. I'm looking now...! Thanks again.
  11. That's interesting. Thanks. Wonder if German glassmakers would've copied the American glass patterns THERE? Its also possible a German immigrant glassmaker working at, say, Bryce here in Pittsburgh wo...
  12. Thanks for your comment. Your thrift store comment triggered a memory ... & I even wrote it in my description above: WHERE I bought this pair! At an antique store in ZANESVILLE OHIO. So that certainl...
  13. thekingsfortune.com sold one, pic online, $195. Description cites Gold-traced Persian Creamware by Roseville or Brush Cleo Creamware. No further proofs given though.
  14. Thank you SOOOO much!!! My most recent conclusion was Royal Dux with no undeniable proof. Thanks again!!!
  15. I rec'd an email from Corrine Galla who graciously told me that she was not doing any art in 1973. Well, we have our answer on that. Mystery artist still shrouded!
  16. I appreciate it. I msg'd her through Etsy but she is currently on a hiatus. I did get an auto reply from her shop though; she'll likely reply later. The painting is baffling because this ot would take...
  17. Hi Cisum. Thanks. I sent msgs to this artist; haven't heard back yet. She only resumed her art in her 50s which was mid-2000s. My painting is dated 1973. She did pattern geometrics early, which could'...
  18. RichmondLori - THANKS for your comment & for the excellent links. I'll spend some time studying those; I see they show an extensive array of marks! Awesome. Thx again! - Joey
  19. If you get a chance let me know what you think. You can look mine up which I posted on CW some time ago. You'll see the similarities.
  20. There are some similarities to Transylvanian marriage or shepherds chests so look those up just for reference. Good luck!
  21. Hey Michael, you're awesome, thanks! I don't have the "colored glassware" Weatherman books so I'll definitely look those up. Kudos for finding them pictured (catalog); great reference. I love you wro...
  22. Hi Michael - WOW and thanks, this one eluded me. Lookong at Mauzy's book (also Gene Florence book) I see a "Candlestick 8" 1-light w/prisms" listed but can't find any pics. Wonder if there are any cat...
  23. Just the decorative band is marked Sterling. The blade is stainless. THANKS!
  24. Thank you for the information, mo.kunst!!! I really appreciate it.
  25. CORRECTION (sorry) its INTERSTATE MARBLE & TILE CO Miami.
  26. A year ago I posted MCM turquoise mosaic tile end tables ... yours have similar characteristics ... mine have the original labels INTERSTATE MOSAIC TILE COMPANY - MIAMI. Wish we could find company cat...
  27. Thanks "Theonlyone" for your comments! Cool to know my pig has a "brother" out there - ha ha. I don't think this piece is too common; I've seen much smaller sizes though. You know, I think you're ri...
  28. THANKS dav2no1 ... glad you have appreciation for it like I do!
  29. THANKS Celiene & others for comments. (Yes in general the date of the artist's life would indicate a very approximate date span it was painted. However, fashion, style & symbolism in the Victorian era...
  30. Thank you!!!!!! No though, she's ALL Pittsburgh PA. I know who painted it. I'm just not 100% certain of the date/time frame/significance (her wedding portrait? etc.) So that's the help I was seeking,...
  31. All silver. I haven't polished it. Thanks for your reply!
  32. Thanks for your comment, Tex. We may go back.
  33. Thanks for your comment!
  34. Reminds me of the milk glass version. Westmoreland Glass, I think (could be mistaken). They may have made a mold from the milk glass dish!
  35. Nice work! Saw the Batmobile at the American History Museum in DC not long ago. Very cool. Iconic!
  36. THANKS TallCakes for solving my mystery! Great reference on that. Thanks too shareurpassion for commenting; it IS amazing when old glass survives (so fragile a material). PS Sorry for the delay in ...
  37. Oh hey ... didn't think your CW signup name "TimTate" meant your real name but on a whim I googled it ... and there you are on Wikipedia! Very cool! Some great accomplishments; congrats on all the suc...
  38. TimTate ... would like from you again.
  39. I wasn't successful finding other examples of this artist's work sin wuu? sin woo? ... but it seems to be a nice mid-century painting. Nice.
  40. Love these Keystone stereoview photo cards ... I was born & raised in Meadville PA.
  41. Hi sean68 - thanks for commenting! I agree it's likely 1920s. Verdict's still out on its origins.
  42. There are 18 works of Lopez shown like a slideshow on VisualAIDS.org ... this work is the 16th of 18 works shown. The image shown is the ORIGINAL done in a watercolor and pencil ("Untitled") ... that...
  43. Thanks 'Looker' for posting VisialAids link; yes that's the site which has an image of the original artwork. I am adding an image of another illustration of his I just found WHICH HAS STARK SIMILARITI...
  44. Thanks for your feedback and glad you appreciated my post. There was an exhibition of "Antonio" work recently, in Phoenix I believe. Wish I could've seen it. Found out about it after the fact. Please ...
  45. Thanks for your comment truthordare. Antonio & his collaborator Juan Ramos were MAJOR for sure & still influence fashion design today. Lagerfeld their friend ... ah that cologne! Everything late 70s ...
  46. Thanks to everyone who commented & marked this set "Love It" (20 people!). Hey TimTate nice to hear from you, THE designer of these amazing objects. I apologize for being slow to post; I'm not logged ...
  47. Anything on the underneath? Marks, numbers, labels?
  48. Thank you for the comments. An expert on antique tiles may recognize the back, a “TARGET” pattern (tiles with raised or sunken circles on the reverse). Peter & Diana Clegg have an online identificatio...
  49. Wow everyone ... thanks all for your info! The painting has a lot of wonderful meaning, I’m grateful to know about it. (It pays to look in the dark corners of antique store basements!) I just cleaned ...
  50. For some reason I never rec’d notification of the last two comments; was looking at my old posts and found them! So thank you Robin50 and keramikos for the tips! Mystery solved. There is a blue set of...
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