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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...
THANKS dav2no1 ... glad you have appreciation for it like I do!
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...
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,...
Special Message To Canyon Road: Thanks again for your comments on my rug yesterday. SO helpful! I have a favor to ask, wondering if you'd look at two "mystery unsolved" CLAY POTTERY items I poste...
Thanks! Great explanation, really appreciate it.
Thanks for the comment! :-)
All silver. I haven't polished it. Thanks for your reply!
Thanks for your comment, Tex. We may go back.
Thanks for your comment!
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!
Nice work! Saw the Batmobile at the American History Museum in DC not long ago. Very cool. Iconic!
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 ...
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...
TimTate ... would like from you again.
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.
Love these Keystone stereoview photo cards ... I was born & raised in Meadville PA.
Hi sean68 - thanks for commenting! I agree it's likely 1920s. Verdict's still out on its origins.
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...
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...
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 ...
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 ...
Have a look. I posted an edited pic of the stamp. It looks like BELGIUM (?) distorted letters (?). I've looked at hundreds of Belgium pottery vases, can't find the shape or glaze ... a couple stamp ma...
Might be! Looks like a faint "M" perhaps. Thanks for your reply. I'll search for some "BELGIUM" pieces and see if I can match up the stamp mark. Thanks for your reply!
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 ...
Notes: The Loetz Glass website doesn't show the baskets under Glatt category. Another google website, Loetz and Glass, Loetz 2: G-N, shows the basket as "Bronze Glatt" (this website by Alfredo Villane...
Thanks for the info Welzebub!
Anything on the underneath? Marks, numbers, labels?
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...
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 ...
Yes thanks, mystery solved.
Thanks to all who responded! I edited the posting to reflect the identifying and dating information graciously given to me by an expert in England. He is credited in the description; his website is wo...
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...
Thanks dizzydave! (Sorry for delay in responding; haven’t been on much lately).
I think it might be the bottom part of a bird bath now that I remember cleaning mud off the bottom when I bought it. Zanesville Pottery maybe?!
No notch for the cord? Other possibilities: it had a big insert for the sand? or it’s a pedestal for a jardiniere IF the jardiniere was fashioned to fit within? All sort of weird! An unusual piece, h...
Yes I wondered about that. Agree! Can’t be an umbrella, sand jar or oil! LOL. Fulper/ Stangl made lamps but wow, this would be a big one! Thanks for your feedback!
Glad you share my enthusiasm for this funky set, keramikos! Thanks for posting a comment.
Interesting! Thanks. They look so crude that’s why I thought maybe earlier. So I’m replacing 2 pics with pics of this other chair I have ... is this a “slab seat” or is this later too? THANKS!!!
Thanks for your comment fhrjr.
Hi Bill. Thanks. Eastern Ohio, pottery country.
Hey check this out: see new pic ... deleted one & posted this one ... a flower frog I found posted on a website called VARAGE SALE. Lady has the flower frog for sale stating it is unmarked but thinks ...
Thanks for all your help! I looked at the foot with a magnifying glass: the clay is a deep golden yellow clay not unlike the Ohio potteries (I’m a Brush/McCoy collector since late 80’s.) I’ll look fu...
Thanks for the names but do you have any references to the shape and orange-y glaze? I see examples of Muncie and Fulper with similar orange-y mottling on the bottom. Fulper has a very similar pillow...
Hi Brunswick - Appreciate your reply & suggestion. Thanks. Yes I wouldn’t be surprised if my mystery clay pots originated in Mexico. Still researching. Thx again!
Thanks Newfld and kwqd! I ran some various searches and came up with KATHLEEN MULCAHY, a very accomplished glass artist. Mystery solved. Trying to contact her to ask her about the rest of the inscript...
Thanks for the info. That’s GREAT to know! Thanks!
Thanks for your replies! (Sorry for my delay in thanking you; not online much.) Appreciate your response.
Hi ... thanks for your reply ... no further responses so it remains a mystery.