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California, United States

A laconic, farouche young collector, quietly presiding over her kingdom of Kestner Kewpies.


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My New Hertwig Flapper Doll - Dollsin Dolls
Petite Puppen - Dollsin Dolls
The Paschal Pageantry of Egg-Hunting Anthropomorphs - Advertisingin Advertising
A Resplendent Display of Brumal Cheer - Christmasin Christmas
My 1880s Simon and Halbig Bisque and Muslin "Little Women" Doll - Dollsin Dolls
Unhatched Mischief: The Soft-Boiled Schemes of My Antique German Elfie Doll - Dollsin Dolls
An Antique 1910s Composition Kewpie Bust Halloween Candy Container Figural Lid - Dollsin Dolls
My 1920s Steiff Mohair Long-Haired Molly Dog - Dollsin Dolls
Vintage 1940s Horsman Composition Dolly Dingle Campbell Soup Kid and Grace Wiederseim Drayton Ephemera - Advertisingin Advertising
A Mirable Gathering of Antique and Vintage Novelty Costume Jewellery - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry


  1. Since I was eight years of age, I have been a logophile and writer. Also, from your profile page, I have discovered you are a Bay Area resident; apparently, we are neighbours!
  2. You are welcome, Cipele! No, this babe was, alongside the Hertwig flappers and other era-appropriate dollhouse characters, made circa 1920s; early Rose O'Neill Kewpie collectibles were fashioned i...
  3. * Thuringia, Germany
  4. The the little bisque imp with the moulded hair was produced by the Hertwig factory, located in Katzhütte, Thuringen, Germany. The doll wearing the pink striped frock is made of composition, comprisin...
  5. For fifty dollars, I do believe, I purchased my Dolly Dingle doll. Yes, some Grace Drayton pieces are outrageously expensive. I had the chance to, on eBay, purchase the scarce Schafer and Vater collab...
  6. Thank you, J.Scott! She has neither crazing nor wear throughout her body, and I have yet to locate another unrestored piece as exceptional as she. Yes, I saw your lovely Hubley cold-painted doors...
  7. Thank you, J.Scott!
  8. These are, I do believe, two pieces from a circa 1930s Rosenthal set. From which line or collection, though, I have not the slightest idea.
  9. Thank you, Racer4Four! Yes, they are charming and enchanting little dears.
  10. According to the gracesguide website in the United Kingdom, your lovely piece was made sometime from 1963 through 1970. In 1963, John Rabone and Sons merged with James Chesterman and Company, establis...
  11. Thank you, everyone! The little dears bring much cheer to my wearisome days. After months of account inactivity, it is a pleasure to be back on CW.
  12. Yes, Mani, for only nine dollars, I purchased this lovely doll! From the mentioned fellow, I, for twenty-seven dollars, purchased a lot of three items: two china head dolls and the Simon and Halbig...
  13. No, CrazyW5, this is--I do believe--an authentic Levi Strauss sweater. Through my quondam search query, I located two persons with identically labelled garments.
  14. This label is not, unfortunately, included in the Vintage Fashion Guild brand database. Upon my consulting images of vintage Levi Strauss labels on Google and sagaciously scrutinising your provide...
  15. You have, I do believe, three pieces of Indiana sapphire carnival glass. The creamer and goblet depaint the Grape Harvest pattern, whilst the candy dish, with the lovely arrowhead-shaped finial, prese...
  16. This is an antique Goebel action Kewpie! The copyright mark, present on the imp's derriere, is indicative of Goebel's collaboration with Rose O'Neill.
  17. Thank you, Freiheit!
  18. The bisque penny doll is Jiggs, a character from George McManus' comic strip, Bringing Up Father. He does pair rather well with the defecating dog, though!
  19. Simply-Lovely, Your grandmother's doll, crafted by the Morimura Brothers factory in Japan, has a bisque head and composition body.
  20. This is, I believe, an Ignatz Mouse figural brooch.
  21. Thank you, Racer4Four and Newfld!
  22. This lovely Art Nouveau lamp, featuring a slag glass shade, stylistically resembles Bradley and Hubbard pieces I have encountered.
  23. Oh, goodness! Do pardon me; I meant to write *your great-grandfather's mantel clock.
  24. Maliseet, The same model of your Ingraham mantel clock, Sigma, is portrayed on the second photo, I, through the above link, provided. Should you scrutinise the second mantel clock, on the the left...
  25. I, on eBay, located a 1916 advertisement limning your grandfather's enamelled mantel clock:
  26. Thank you, Newfld! I always wear the Popeye brooches on my nautical-themed attire. He is rather lonely without Olive Oyl, though; I need to add her to my collection.
  27. Thank you, Vynil!
  28. Thank you, Ms. CrystalShip! You had a very fortunate friend! Was the turtle-marked doll celluloid? The doll was, perhaps, produced by Schildkröt, a factory which fabricated heads for Kestner, Georg...
  29. This is a scarcely seen match holder--certainly, an unmatched treasure! Often, from Schafer and Vater, I see the figural match receptacle with the gaunt, elongated face and gaping mouth. Thank...
  30. Which Schafer and Vater piece do you have, Vetraio50?
  31. Thank you, Kwqd, for your welcoming me to the Collectors Weekly website. I absolutely adore Jack Benny!
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