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Nurse. Poet. Grandma. Collector and last but certainly not least, muslim. Peace


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Antelope horns - Animalsin Animals
DeGrazia Watercolor - Fine Artin Fine Art
Vitrine Gilt Jewel Box - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
MCM ceramic with wood like finish - Figurinesin Figurines
Old basket? - Furniturein Furniture
For fun:  Netzi tumblers, Frankoma vase, Peter Chartrand vessel in front of Art Deco mirror.   - Potteryin Pottery
Metodo Teorico-Practico de Corte y Confeccion del Vestido - Booksin Books
Phillips-Victoire Leveque de Vilmorin Lithograph  - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Victorian Etched Loving Glass? - Art Glassin Art Glass
To Everyone  - Booksin Books


  1. Very looks like branches in a nest.
  2. Oh wow....didn't even know there was a section for horns hahaha. I want to post a set that I found and maybe someone can identify. I know it is an antelope of some type, mounted on a small section o...
  3. Kralik maybe?
  4. What mysterious things!
  5. It is lined...appears to be silk. Thank you for your kind glad to be part of a community that is as psycho as I am for old and found objects. Peace
  6. Thank you. I’m high as a kite for it.
  7. Thank you for your response. I think this is maybe why people are claiming that it is Haitian when in fact it is not because the artist you describe worked in wood. This is definitely not wood. It app...
  8. Awesome!
  9. Oh yea! I finally found you and her. I found a lovely one yesterday and will post pictures this morning! That's the great thing about this really helps when someone finds out something an...
  10. Thank you and I hope you can come one's really fantastic. The vendors from Matamoro come also and folks can buy some splendid "manure" fired incised pottery. Beautiful stuff.
  11. Stuff like this makes my thrift store urges go berserk hahaha. Nice find.
  12. I belong to a great FB page that identifies such things and even gives appraisals. Chinese Porcelain - Identification and Valuation is one and the other is: Collecting Japanese Ceramics&Art.
  13. Thank you :) Falling in love like this ought to be illegal hahaha. I love food. Growing food, preserving food, eating food, feeding folks and well.....not doing the dishes hahaha. Peace to you.
  14. What is meant by Pelaton?
  15. And I admire you all very much indeed.....the commitment to the preservation of the material and the spiritual. Peace and blessings to you all.
  16. From a group of poems I wrote a long time ago now: Ode to the Garbage Man He came banging around at six you had to have it out there quick or live with it another day. Heavy mud clad boots u...
  17. Looks like Vanadinite
  18. Hahaha. is a rare edition indeed! Across South America by Bingham. It is thought that he was the model for Indiana Jones (the Temple of Doom). Fabulously trimmed in gold.
  19. How interesting! I just noticed something today on TV about an older piece that was very similar to mine and felt my plate was much older. I appreciate that you returned here and how strange is it t...
  20. Thank you. :)
  21. Thanks! It’s my current love affair hahahahaha.
  22. Well it is a hard to read inscription even in Arabic. It is, tha, ra and then maybe a b. Could be mathrib which makes no sense. It would be maghrib if the letter was in the other direction wh...
  23. ...and it tested positive. In case you thought I forgot about your silly notion that people cannot tell the difference between silver and alpaca or plate. Peace though, perhaps one day you'll learn ...
  24. Thanks....yes I should wash off the price hahaha. Sadly I've done that many times and regretted my impatience hahaha.
  25. It is 6010, produced in 1960
  26. I did...reached out to a collector and he found it...I didn't see it because per the catalogue, there was no issue in crystal. :)
  27. Thanks!
  28. It would be hard to match the turquoise in terms of its 'aging'. All turquoise turns color over time and in varying grades and speeds. These look perfectly matched including the matrixes in the ston...
  29. Thank you so much!
  30. Solved my own question and will leave this here in case anyone else finds a set
  31. I solved my own problem haha:
  32. It is called spider web. Looks like it is probably sourced from here in Bisbee AZ. Nice find!
  33. It looks to be variscite to me although that setting is a bit iffy. Variscite isn't the hardest stone and without having a cab backing I'd be concerned that it could be damaged. there a mak...
  34. Wow beautiful.!
  35. Thank you. :) And I never look in that area. That's going to change hahaha.
  36. yea oh yea macrame'
  37. Sorry for offending you. I understand how you must feel. I do however know silver when I see it. But you are welcome to your opinion and to um, suffer with mine. Thanks.
  38. I'm pretty sure that I lost that. I'll send you my address. Hahaha, beautiful find there.
  39. Thank you for looking. :) I'm already wearing it out hahaha
  40. Lovely!
  41. Thank you for the feedback. I agree it most likely isn’t Asian with those initials. And now I am a pig collector!
  42. Nice haul!
  43. If it isn't stamped then it is likely to be silver plated versus real silver. I haven't seen too many silver screws in my's too soft for that but I am not an expert by any stretch.
  44. would love to see at least one photo of the entire set not lit with black light
  45. Thank you for appreciating it like I do....I think imperfections can be a nice thing as they show the human hand and fallibility involved. Peace!
  46. You guys are awesome. It does not lock. And you are all crazy hahahahaha.
  47. Use mine all the time. Don't put it in the dishwasher though
  48. What does the bottom look like? Could be Moser...sure looks it to me.
  49. Any chance you can do a photo without UV so I can see what one looks like in situ?
  50. I was wondering, can I come over and help you clean up the garage? Looks like you need an extra set of hands to find things in those dark corners hahaha...Man, if only I could find stuff laying aroun...
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Victorian air trap satin glass vase Victorian satin spatter glass pinched top vase with gilding A Birthday present to us! FRITZ HECKERT Form TH 150 c. 1901 "Hani Chilo" or "Chilo Inch" Vintage Hand-PaintedJar Lamp Mystery yunomi #2 Sample Size Kralik Blue Flash Vase - Marked Looking for opinions on these brush pots. almost as old as my wife Petrified Wood cut for the fire! Viet Nam War trench art mug 1970's Dress Suit by Benson Landes


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