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Need help - what wood? age? and place of origin?  - Asianin Asian
Mystery Art Deco Demitasse Tiffany Blue and Gilded Cups - Art Decoin Art Deco
Ucagco cherry blossom basket weave reticulated footed dish - Asianin Asian
Anchor Hocking Gold Rim Plates #2343 CAN'T FIND ANYWHERE  - Glasswarein Glassware
Mystery hammered copper cauldron with swing handle  - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Mystery "Imari" Ironstone China Maker & Pattern  - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Please help I.D. this chain style/name! - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Minton / Copeland Mystery!! Parian or bisque ewer with neoclassical jewelled slip and cameo  - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Mystery cased bubble glass vase, w/ applied crystal handles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Murano? Only the color is clear... - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. @apostata is asking if they may be considered to be the teeth of a large mammal with a trunk. Shreger lines apply in all *ecru* *off white* pieces of natural, biologically mammalian tuscs. We must...
  2. Thanks very much @apostata . I think I'm having a hard time with the terminology you are familiar with. I'm just not that educated in the subject. Anyone who can explain it to me is welcome to ad...
  3. I'm trying to identify the type of woods used in these pieces. Does anyone know about this?
  4. Dang, I wish the original "solved" post and link were still visible.
  5. Wish all the original photos were up.
  6. Is this the gravy boat you want? Poop!! How do I add photos to my reply?
  7. @ apostata, could you elaborate on your ideas? I am not familiar with the terms you used and I'd like to look into them, please? I appreciate your help!
  8. Thank you, dav2no1! I had not come across that link.
  9. Agree. None of the images are properly viewable. forget about the "true to color" issue, and adjust the exposure so we can see what you have.
  10. Feel pretty safe in saying this is a 20th century Chinese cloisonne vase made of brass and stone powders. Any damage seriously impacts value, but in good shape, they can be collectible and dependi...
  11. @Tallcakes, I think you are right, but I don't know if I'm being stupid to use them or what!! Appreciate your help, friend!
  12. Also, @truthordare there is no country indicated on the piece or mark. So, I have to think that its earlier, no?
  13. Actually, after closer inspection, I believe it IS an Orrefors. The Godinger bowl doesn't have the same kind of pedestal foot. This is a Thousand Windows piece, regardless of whether you have a signat...
  14. Its either an Orrefors "thousand windows (?)" Or the Godinger Shannon crystal knock off, of which I don't know the pattern or name. If you know Orrefors, you'll have already checked the foot for the...
  15. Well, I'm 5 years late to the party, but tha k you SO MUCH for this post. You've helped me solve a very old mystery. My deepest appreciation, sir.
  16. Thank you @truthordare !! I looked at the Wilkinson marks and I didn't see one that matches, but it is probably because you know something I don't. I can't tell you how much it means, I've been all ...
  17. Hey, I know I'm late to the party but can anyone tell me what the shape of his vases is called? Thanks very much for your help.
  18. Looks like unmarked Masons or any of the Stoke on Trent or Staffordshire pottery makers. This could include Minton, Adam's or ?? Many more. Good luck, and I would try to match the pattern since you do...
  19. Looks like very fine old Deruta majolica. I would definitely have it appraised. Cheers! And good luck!
  20. Its difficult with a photo, but have you considered parian ware? If it has a slightly rough feel to the uncolored body, and some translucense to it, it may be. Look closely at the rim of the foot and ...
  21. I tried rosette, quatrefoil, cruciform, clover...but I sure appreciate the thought, and if you think of something else, i am all ears.
  22. It looks like a tonsured (shaved spot on top of head) monk, but with the robes being gilded and the fact he's holding a book I am betting on a saint, like Benedict, Stephen, Philip or Augustine, (ther...
  23. I have these exact bookends, also. I have no idea how old they are, because I grew up with them on the mantle. There's a strong chance they were purchased in San Francisco (Chinatown) in the '70s. I h...
  24. I now think it's a Parian ware ewer, and I should have used the term moriage to describe the slip work. But I still have no idea what it is, where it's from or how old. Any help is appreciated. Thank...
  25. Sharkey, I saw that too, and it was listed as Blenko, hence my trip down that rabbit hole. There's one on eBay now that seems the same only Cobalt. Again, says Blenko. SMH.
  26. Thanks guys, yeah, I have changed tack, I'm wondering if it's just some (not cheap) Italian tourist glass. It's so heavy and mesmerizing to look at, but I'm still at a loss. Thank you so much for taki...
  27. Oh!! Also check Bitossi (sp?) For a maker. I agree 100% that the glaze and hand style look Italian.
  28. That's not a frog, it's a pansy vase. I have a couple that are vintage Carmel (hand marked) pierced pottery in almost the exact same shape, and various colors. If I'm not able to add a photo, the only...
  29. @beckessa if you can point me in the direction of the Blenko catalog you found, I would love to see it. Thanks!!
  30. I found this piece for sale and still have no idea of the maker. Simon Pearce was not the listing that pulled up, and also its not a "Simon Pearce-y" sty...
  31. Yup, Federal glass. Congrats!
  32. I have a pair of Windsors very like these, but with much more modern lines, mid-century style, straight and no nod to antique curves with the exception of the thumb holes at the top, like yours. I don...
  33. Thanks fortapache , Aura and AdeleC for the loves. I'm still looking/waiting to find out what this is! Any help is welcome.
  34. Rustic provençal french would be my first guess. Do the knobs go through the front of the drawer, or are they applied/pegged & glued to the front? Meaning is there any sign of the knobs from the insid...
  35. Those definitely ARE Windsor chairs, with "bamboo" style spindles and legs, saddle shaped seat, and unusual carved top/side elements. As for age, it's difficult to say, a general rule is that more spi...
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