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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. I have an art collection web site, devoted mostly to paintings. All images are subject to copyright and may be reproduced only with my express written permission: http://kevindaniel.x10.mx/art.html (Read more)

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Japanese faux bronze cast iron Wabbit - Animalsin Animals
Roger Wheeler turtle pendant, 1997 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Roger Wheeler pewter and glass beetle/scarab pendant, 1998 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
"Gaudy Rose" vase, Lancaster Glass Company, #ZF1717, circa 1909 - Glasswarein Glassware
Japanese Fukuoka vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mystery maker flower themed cast iron kyusu - Asianin Asian
Small molded glass roses oil lamp. - Lampsin Lamps
Norleans import Japanese foam glass vase/bowl,  circa 1950s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cherry bark themed cast iron kyusu - Asianin Asian
Terumata (?) cast iron Arare nabeshiki (trivet) - Asianin Asian

Comments

  1. Thanks for your comments apostata and Kevin. It is a pretty special piece. I just missed getting another one of these that Iwata Toshichi made with different materials and colors but in the same size ...
  2. Thank you very much antiquerose!
  3. Thank you very much antiquerose!
  4. Thanks for taking the rabbit test valentino97, nutsabotas6, PhilDMorris, Thomas, Hoot60, Watchsearcher, Kevin, Jenni and fortapache!
  5. Looks like maybe 1930s-1950s to me. Classic.
  6. Thanks!
  7. Thanks jscott0363! Very fortunate that the label has survived. Guessing it has not had many owners in the last 100 years.. Thanks dav2no1 and jscott0363!
  8. That is a very high quality meter! Westinghouse is undoubtedly a clue. Very nice!
  9. Thanks for taking a look at my Iwata Toshichi bowl apostata!
  10. Thanks Kevin and PhilDMorris!
  11. Thanks Kevin and PhilDMorris!
  12. Thank you Kevin and PhilDMorris!
  13. Thank you SEAN68!
  14. Thanks Jenni! Thanks jscott0363! Me too! Thanks for loving the gaudiness fortapache, Thomas, aura, jscott0363, ho2cultcha, dav2no1 and Jenni!
  15. Thanks Jenni! Thanks for your comments, Eileen. I do get kind of chatty, but think the story is part of the piece! Thanks for loving my bug pendant Manikin, fortapache, Watchsearcher, dav2no1, ...
  16. Thanks Jenni! Thanks Watchsearcher! It is a crawler, alright! Thanks for taking a look at my Wheeler turtle Manikin, Aimathena, fortapache, Watchsearcher, dav2no1, Thomas, aura, jscott0363 and J...
  17. Thank you antiquerose!
  18. Thank you Shuzbut!
  19. Thanks Aimathena!
  20. I am very sorry for your loss and appreciate your willingness to use it to spread this message to warn others of the serious consequences which can be a result of this illness.
  21. Thanks for your comment Eileen! Yeah, this one has a very understated quality. Too bad that I will probably never be able to identify the maker.
  22. Thanks for checking out my foam vase Vynil33rpm and Thomas!
  23. Thank you Thomas!
  24. Thanks for checking out my latest kyusu Thomas and dav2no1!
  25. Thanks for taking a look at my Fukuoka vase Vynil33rpm, Thomas, artfoot, blunderbuss2, aura, Ivonne, PhilDMorris and nutsabotas6!
  26. Thanks for your comment Eileen! I, too, am constantly amazed at the diversity I am finding as I do research and look at new images. I am pretty sure that all of my kyusu are post-WWII. My oldest is pr...
  27. Thank you PhilDMorris!
  28. Thanks for taking a look at my persimmon themed kyusu PhilDMorris and Ben!
  29. Thank you ho2cultcha!
  30. Thanks for taking a look at my kyusu warmer Karen, PhilDMorris, Kevin, dav2no1 and Watchsearcher!
  31. Thanks for your comment, Karen! Yeah, I like the handles, too. It is a nice touch. Thanks for your comment Eileen! I have two of these, one in green and one in gray. I prefer the gray, too. The gre...
  32. Thank you Vynil33rpm!
  33. Thank you blunderbuss2!
  34. Thanks blunderbuss2, Hoot60 and ho2cultcha!
  35. Thanks, Jenni! Thanks TallCakes! I have a milk glass vase that still has the original paint in it, more or less. I will post it soon. Thanks for taking a look at my oil lamp dav2no1, blunderbuss...
  36. Thanks Jenni! It was a pretty complex mold for this one. Thank you jscott0363! I have never found one in the wild, myself. Only on line. You best chance is probably if you live on the the West coa...
  37. Thanks valentino97, fortapache, Watchsearcher, Jenni, Hoot60, dav2no1 and Kevin.
  38. No valuations on this site. There is an Appraisal link at the top of the screen.
  39. It is actually a ginger jar. Do you have an image of the bottom? You get to add four images.....
  40. Free is my favorite price. Nice find.
  41. Love these camels. I almost bought one when I was in my Zelezny Brod glass vase. Sorry I didn't, but its not too late.....
  42. Nice collection of labelled West Virginia glass fruit, Jenni! I have a soft spot for West Virginia glass.....
  43. Thanks for the information apostata! This one was made in Japan, but I have not been able to identify the maker, yet. I will add an image of the box it came in when I get a chance. The seller had two ...
  44. The base is probably brass plated zinc. That was very common for lamps of this vintage.
  45. No idea who made it, either. The numbers on the bottom are: 8 9 0 2 There is a loop at the top of the number 2. I could not see any other marks on the bottom. I used imaging software ...
  46. Thanks for your comment, Jenni! The contrast between light and dark is one of the things that attracted me to this piece! Thanks for your comment jscott0363! I really like free form Japanese pieces...
  47. Guess I missed that post. I didn't have great relationship with my Dad, either. He has been gone for over 20 years, now.
  48. Just yanking on your chain based on your trench art post....
  49. Yeah, these came in MRE's as early as the 1990s. I have some 1990s-2000s MREs and these are in some of them. For those who don't know MRE = Meals, Ready to Eat. Field rations for the US military. I d...
  50. Hey! Where is the image of the base?
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