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greely1

Oklahoma

Hi My wife and I started collecting many years ago. Little things here and there. I wouldn't spend more than $25.00 on anything. I have spent a considerable more toHi My wife and I started collecting many years ago. Little things here and there. I wouldn't spend more than $25.00 on anything. I have spent a considerable more to this date. My wife still laughs at me about the $25.00. Most everything in our house (we had to build a bigger one) is either antique or related in some way. Things made today are expensive and last a month or a few years and value decreases to nothing. Antiques stay the same or increase in value. Thats one of the things that caught my attention. Anyway, pottery is my first love and there are a lot of other things now running a close second. Hope you enjoy the pictures. We love having them. Would enjoy emails from anyone who enjoys them as much as we do! (Read more)

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EAMES ERA LAMP - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Weller Pottery Ting Vase - Potteryin Pottery
Very Early Tiger Oak School Desk Circa Early 1900s - Furniturein Furniture
Oak Hall Tree 1920s-30s - Furniturein Furniture
Rare Brush McCoy Jardiniere  Circa 1914 - Potteryin Pottery
Early 1900s Murphy Bed - Furniturein Furniture
Old Cub Scout Card / Holder  1946 - Sporting Goodsin Sporting Goods
Old Porcelain Glass Coasters - Kitchenin Kitchen
Weller Pottery Rosemont Lamp - Potteryin Pottery
Three Cups From 1950s Hopalong Cassidy - Kitchenin Kitchen

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  1. I did recheck the actual Jard # it is 218
  2. The only mark on the bottom is a number that can't be read due to glaze. If you own a Sanford's Brush McCoy book #1 on page 22 there is a picture of the same piece row 4 #5 along with other period pie...
  3. Thanks Reed will check that
  4. Hi it is well made and very heavy. Still a solid piece after a 100+ years/ Todays furniture falls apart after a few years/ Thanks for your comment -- I love it too!
  5. Nothing that I can see/ just a small bell shaped bobble
  6. Hi just really like the art nouveau look and am interested in them.
  7. Do you still have these??
  8. There are rules and regulations and guidelines for the health and safety of clients. Many of the tools of the trade needed to be sterilized after use to prevent transfer of certain bacteria and fungus...
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