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I have my parents to thank for my love of the worlds oddities and antiques:)


  1. Thanks Mike I appreciate the info!
  2. Thanks bottle-bud for the cool link!
  3. Thanks watchsearcher for the love??
  4. Newfld, this one had been sitting side by side for 6 years, dumb du dumb dumb????
  5. EZa I thought it might be a Blenko #6315 decanter bottle at first, but that's when I ran into a few other Empoli examples.
  6. Update, remains of sticker label and further research lead me to believe this lamp was made by Marbro lamp company.
  7. Thanks guys for the great feedback!!
  8. Found the mate:)
  9. Hi Gillian, 5.3" by 5.1"
  10. Thanks Sean!
  11. Me too, simply Deco.
  12. Yvonne I love the swirl decoration!
  13. Thanks racer4four!
  14. Wow, thanks guys and thank you welzebub for your help!
  15. Valentino the white bubbles accentuate the orange in the can:)
  16. Thanks vintage lamp! She looks very organic up close like she's a vine on a tree.
  17. Rlwindle, do you think she's from the 1920s? The wheel switch kind of threw me off.
  18. Manikin normally I enjoy thunderstorms but this is getting out of hand:)
  19. Thanks Patti for the kind comment!
  20. As always and forever BB2, thank you veyraio,fortapache,geodegem,caperkid, and bijoucaillouvintage for all your love and kind comments!
  21. Thank you Courtney, Hunter, postcardcollector,and Certain for the love!
  22. Thank you Vatraio and Manikin for the loves!
  23. Jefferson glass company made a similar version, I have one in red not sure if it's czech or Jefferson glass company.
  24. Thanks manikin, how goes it Neighbor?
  25. Hi Bill, it's 9" across.
  26. Artfoot I think she may be growing on him, I just checked out your show and tells and love your love of color!
  27. You're too funny inky!
  28. Thanks guys, yup my hubby usually likes most of the treasures I pick up but not so much with this vase.
  29. Thank you everyone for all your love!
  30. There also seems to be many companies during the 1920s - the 30s that seemed to "borrow" design ideas from each other. I have a Nuart marked ashtray that's also listed in the Frankart catalog.
  31. The hands and books seem slightly more crude too. The patina looks natural though.
  32. Thank you AdeleC,Mike,Vetraio,tassiedevil,racer4four,auraura, for all the love and kind comments!
  33. Thanks Sean!
  34. Maybe a wine bottle holder?
  35. It also looks very similar to a few Georgian regency samavars I've found.
  36. WMF satisfies my OCD need for symmetry. That company sure knew how to make metal sexy:)
  37. Thanks vetraio, I seem to have a type:)
  38. Looks like it was cleaned awhile ago. Insides still pretty dark yet. Im ok with it, sometimes the patina hides the detail.
  39. Thank you Mike, vetraio, fortapache, tassiedevil,racer4four, and efesgirl for all your love!
  40. Thanks Vartaio, Elizbethan, and efesgirl for your input. You guys are wonderful!
  41. Amphora Austria?
  42. Thanks vetraio, this ones going on the fireplace mantle!
  43. Oh Lee, she is lovely!
  44. Thanks again rucklczglass, you've been amazing!
  45. Thanks rucklczglass for the info and a place to start!
  46. Thanks BB2 for the love and signing my wall;)
  47. Nicefice, I think I'm eventually going to make it a set pair if I can. Glad I could help you make the decision:)
  48. Its in green ,candlestick style.
  49. I have the identical pice but as a lamp, unfortunately it was damaged while it was shipped to me.
  50. Junkman, Ive always admired the one with the ladies faces on it, you're a lucky fella. Thank you vintagelamp,blunderbus,racer4four,vetraio, mike,tassiedevil,and junkman for all your love!
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