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I am primarily now a collector of paintings in watercolors and oils, but have also collected art glass, wood carvings, cast iron, anything I think is cool that I likI am primarily now a collector of paintings in watercolors and oils, but have also collected art glass, wood carvings, cast iron, anything I think is cool that I like. He/she who dies with the most stuff wins? Hey, I have to rationalize it some way or seek therapy. (Read more)

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L E Smith 57014P Punch Bowl set - Glasswarein Glassware
Indiana Glass Company experimental bubble glass cat candle holder - Glasswarein Glassware
Last item produced by Indiana Glass Company - Art Glassin Art Glass
Inuit soapstone seal or walrus carving with Canada tag - Fine Artin Fine Art
Student art glass bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Gibson Art Glass peppermint egg paperweight, 1990 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rooster rolling papers made in Vientiane, Laos - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Yilmaz meerschaum pipe - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Murano Foglia d'Oro/Foglia d'Argento ash tray/bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
WWII chain reaction - Animalsin Animals

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  1. I'm sorry for your loss, Dean. Kevin
  2. This style knife is called a lockback knife. This one looks like a copy of the U.S. made Buck 110.
  3. There is often a maker's mark at the base of the blade. Is there anything there?
  4. Mother of pearl?
  5. Thanks for loving my LE Smith punch bowl set vetraio50 and aura!
  6. Thanks, Jenni! Thanks, Tallcakes. Good to know, but not sure I need another huge piece of glass! Thanks, fortapache. The box, cups and ladle are a nice additon! Thanks for loving my punch bow...
  7. Take care, Thomas.
  8. Thanks for loving my mystery art glass piece hunterqlee!
  9. Thanks Broochman! I've looked at a lot of LE Smith glass and never seen anything like this in their repertoire. Except for their swung vases and footed handkerchief bowls, their glass wasn't usually h...
  10. Running this around again as I still can't attribute it to a maker. He'p me!
  11. Anchor Hocking.
  12. Indiana Glass Company. You used to be able to get these with Green stamps from gas stations.
  13. Thanks for the walrus love, Anik!
  14. Thanks for the Levay Love IronLace, Broochman, Vintagefran and Mrstyndall!
  15. Thanks for loving my dawgs and other stuff Mrstyndall!
  16. Thanks for loving Mr. Creepy Newfld, getthatmonkeyoutofme, Collectables59 and TimeTraveller!
  17. There are still some of these on the streets in my neighborhood in various styles and materials.
  18. @LaurenRedmond - Thanks! Thank you for loving BC iggy and LaurenRedmond!
  19. Thanks, Vynil33rpm!
  20. Thanks Hot-Estate-Sales!
  21. Thanks aura and AnythingObscure!
  22. Thanks, Thomas!
  23. Thanks SEAN68!
  24. Thanks SEAN68!
  25. Thanks junkdrawer!
  26. Thanks keramikos!
  27. Thanks for loving my walrus carving, Jenni!
  28. @keramikos - Sad but true! @AnythingObscure - Yep! Thanks for loving my Indiana Glass Company tombstone officialfuel, keramikos, fortapache, yougottahavestuff, vetraio50, Newfld and AnythingOb...
  29. Thanks for loving Bubble Cat blunderbuss2, fortapache, Broochman, hunterqlee, vetraio50 and Vynil33rpm!
  30. Thanks iggy!
  31. Thanks SEAN68!
  32. I think this is part of a set of handcuffs.
  33. If this was a bring back, I think that the stock would probably have been cut and reassembled. Returning soldiers had to fit rifles in their duffle bags to hand carry one back. It is called "duffel cu...
  34. I think it was called "Queen's Ivory Ware" in the UK, AKA custard glass in the US of A...
  35. Thanks for loving my Levay paperweight! LovelyPat stwillia76 aura vetraio50 Mrstyndall Manikin AdeleC sklo42 TassieDevil Newfld
  36. Another link: http://www.castle-thunder.com/model.htm
  37. Some model of Arisaka rifle. This may help: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arisaka
  38. My first thought was bags for storing jewelry when traveling. Maybe one side for a necklace and the other side for bracelet, brooch, ear rings, etc. Some of the nicer hotels I have stayed in have prov...
  39. Thanks for the pipe love Vynil33rpm!
  40. Thanks Vynil33rpm!
  41. Thanks for loving my Gibson Glass paperweight SEAN68!
  42. Thanks for loving my rediscovered pipes hunterqlee, SEAN68 and Hunter!
  43. Thank for loving my Laotian rolling papers AnythingObscure and SEAN68!
  44. Thanks for loving my boids keramikos, SEAN68 and valentino97!
  45. @LaurenRedmond - I've never seen a pose like this before and after an image search can't find anything similar. Thanks for loving my Inuit carving keramikos, SEAN68, aura, LaurenRedmond and fortap...
  46. Thanks for loving my Inuit carving manitou71, blunderbuss2, iggy, Watchsearcher and vetraio50!
  47. Thanks for the bowl love Mrstyndall!
  48. Made by Viking Art Glass. I think this color is persimmon. No real collector value as it appears to be chipped.
  49. Thanks for loving my very blue Fenton vase Constance1128 and vetraio50!
  50. Thanks for loving my red glass goblet, vetraio50! I have one in "juice" size, too.
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