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Tlynnie1942

Tlynnie1942

Los Angeles, Cali

I have collected Native American basketry for many years now. I love everything about them, the differences in the weaves from tribe to tribe. The heart and soul tI have collected Native American basketry for many years now. I love everything about them, the differences in the weaves from tribe to tribe. The heart and soul that the artist puts into each and every basket they make, I am constantly amazed at how they are able to do what they do. I hope that others can look at my pictures and see what I see in them. Enjoy the pics :) I only give permission to Collector's Weekly to use my photos per the terms agreement. My pictures are my work and I give permission to no one that would sell my pictures for any kind of monetary gain. Thank you :) (Read more)

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MemoraBEALEia By Walter Newkirk, Pub. 2008.  Autographed By Author to Reality Show Star. - Booksin Books
Iroquois Beaded Flat Purse, circa 1870-1900 - Native Americanin Native American
Pipestone Part of my Personal Pipe. Made in Early 1980. - Native Americanin Native American
My Personal Pipe, Made in Early 198o - Native Americanin Native American
My Personal Pipe Bag, Made in Early 1980. Made of Deer Skin and Abalone Shell with Beadwork - Native Americanin Native American
Set of 10 Matryoshka Nesting Dolls From Latvia - Dollsin Dolls
My Grandma's 9Kt Gold Hat Pin With a Garnet Gemstone - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Alaskan Childs Handmade Teddy Bear, Made of Sealskin 1940's - Dollsin Dolls
Miniature Flower Basket Pin, Seminole Tribe  - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Ceylon Sapphire Gemstone from Sri Lanka, set in 18Kt White Gold with Small Diamonds as Accents. - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry

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  1. Wowza! If I had this in my apartment I would be looking at my carpet, my furniture ect and feeling the need to upgrade them all LOL!
  2. Very Nice, love this ;)
  3. I believe that this is called a "Boudoir" doll. I am not an expert on these though, but many of the attributes this doll has are indicative to that type of doll. The side glance, the clothing and what...
  4. Thanks, Newfld! Yes, both ladies marched to the beat of their own drums. That is for sure! What got me was listening to Little Edie's stories about her life, what she had wanted to do and how she fel...
  5. Thank you Valentino97, I have this purse in my curio cabinet, laying on top of a flat basket. For now, that is where I am keeping it. I can see it just fine and I will have to make myself not bring it...
  6. Thank you, betweenthelens :)
  7. As always, CanyonRoad is on the money :) As to value, we are not allowed to talk about selling or how much. You need to find an outside appraiser for that. As to those two bannerstones in the mi...
  8. Anna, The bottom is painted over with the pink color. There is no mark or signature on the dolls, that is how I know they are not old. But I did not say anything to Chris about it, they are beautif...
  9. I love Dragons Breath TassieDevil! My mom has a piece that was her Aunt Ethels. Aunt Ethel was a little out there, she kept everything she ever got. I remember her house very well, Auntie never barr...
  10. Gillian, I have thought that from the moment I laid eyes on this painting. A woman in a gilded cage. Having everything material she could want but terribly unhappy. Mady knew what she wanted to do wi...
  11. Oh, I like this. It's different, and I love different :)
  12. Well, folks it is official. This was painted by Madeline "Mady" de la Giraudière. Unfortunately I was unable to actually talk to her, as she passed away on February 24, 2018 at the age of 95. I know...
  13. Love Trifari, love Pearls. And love this beauty:)
  14. A great remembrance, too many lost there and none of them should ever be forgotten..
  15. Oh lord, that will teach me not to comment at 3am when I am half asleep......
  16. PhilDMorris, Betweenthelens, Manikin, Newfld, TimeTraveler, thank you for the wonderful comments. My son is the best! I miss him so much, for the last 16 years I have only been able to see him a ...
  17. Oh my goodness, I LOVE that last piece. It is beautifully done, I think it resembles a Peacock. These are just gorgeous Art Deco pieces, done with glass and crystals and other costume jewels, mixed ...
  18. Sorry I can't help with the cases...but I sure do like what is in these right here. NICE!
  19. Definitely a watch band, and I would also say it was made in the 1970's. Are you sure there is no mark? If it was there, it would be on one of the end pieces on the other side of the designs. They ar...
  20. WOWZA!! Nice haul of tools here! I have the exact same hammer that you found in the last picture you have here.
  21. LOL I cannot bring myself to sell any treasure I find either! These are very pretty and I can tell how smooth they would feel in your hand.
  22. Thank you Valentino97 :) It was a trip going to Grandma and Grandpa's house in PA. Literally and figuratively LOL
  23. I have seen this set before a few times. Yours is hands down so much nicer! They look like they were made yesterday :)
  24. Gorgeous color!
  25. WOW, so pretty! You have a very nice neighbor :)
  26. Very nice! My paternal grandmother was a "Rosie the Riveter" also. I have a picture of her posing for a photograph as Rosie. It is a cool bit of family history that my grandmother was a model used f...
  27. This is a nice woven basket :) However, I do not think it was made by any Native American tribe. It looks to be maybe Mexico or South America. CanyonRoad will be able to tell you where this basket...
  28. Thank you to everyone who loves my Bear Bear, I am very happy he is holding up so well. :)
  29. I love this!
  30. Thank you, Newfld :)
  31. I had a chicken when I was very young who lived in our house, her name was Henrietta too :) Love this Teddy and I agree, when you see one you have no choice but to smile!
  32. My mother would go crazy for this pin! Very nice and love the green eye :)
  33. Love this! I do not think the stones are Garnet or Ruby. I believe these stones are Rubellite Tourmalines, also called "Red Tourmaline". The raspberry coloring in these stones are gorgeous, and althou...
  34. Oooh nice, I love pastel colors. These are beautiful.. :)
  35. Oh, I love Teddies! I have one that was made by either the Inuit or Yupik tribes. I had him up here, but I can't find the posting. I don't know what happened but I will get him out and put pictures ...
  36. And I also want to say that the "tongue holding" is not directed at the person who listed this beautiful necklace.. :)
  37. Holding my tongue on a certain reference.....and back to item: This type of necklace was first made by the Navajo Nation and was later also made by the Zuni Nation. And as a people, we are all call...
  38. Thank you Newfld and racer4four for the nice comments :) I do appreciate it very much and also the "love" from everyone too!
  39. Thank you for your comment, rockbat. I think I get the creepy feeling from the fact that the woodblock looks to me to be two halves: The house that looks smaller than the girl and her cat, and the la...
  40. You are welcome:) You can find more on Ebay, some of them are in the Native American category. Some because these baskets sort of resemble some of the West Coast's tribal basketry. Your basket ...
  41. This is a Hausa Basket, made in Africa.
  42. Thank you kyratango! I have emailed with pics to the site, but I see many similarities in the work. I went to her work page and scrolled down to her "Les Objets" and the last one at the end of the f...
  43. Oh my goodness, my favorite color!!
  44. Nice find!
  45. Thank you very much everyone :)
  46. Thanks all :) I do love this ring more than the other one with yellow Gold, and the stones have a great color. I wear this one all the time and the other one only once in a while :)
  47. Newfld, it could be just that for the signature. That maybe it is a "G" and "lady", meaning "Gilded Lady"?
  48. I have one almost identical to this horse! Mine is not as dark in color as yours though but that is the only difference. The reins, saddle, stirrups are the same on my horse. I have wondered too who m...
  49. Thanks guys! When I was around 14 we were in Lancaster PA visiting my grandparents. I was again looking at this painting on the dining room wall and noticed something. I asked my Dad, "Where are th...
  50. Wow, this is great!!
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