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Georgian / George III / Federal Style;   Tripod Pedestal Table with Piecrust  Tilt-Top; Dated: 1820 - Help Identify.  - Furniturein Furniture
Help Identify Heavy Iridescence Turquoise Glass Pipe Dish - Signed by  who??  Fostoria ?  - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
1950s Oil Painting Fisherman, Boats & Seaside -  Help Identify Artist Signature - Fine Artin Fine Art
Sussex Chair?  Old Wooden Rocking Chair with Interesting Features - Furniturein Furniture
1800s    Early Portrait of a Black Woman.... Or,  Black Man?  Any Guesses?  - Fine Artin Fine Art
Help Identify Pottery Artist 1987 -  Large Unique Art Piece.  - Potteryin Pottery
Oil Painting:  Mary and Baby Jesus - Signed: Da Luini, F.M.M. Roma, 1967.   Recognize this artist? - Fine Artin Fine Art
Murano Glass Vase .   "Murano" signed on Bottom.  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Asian Lampshade / Lantern Made From Skin - Asianin Asian
Silver or Silverplate Matchbox Cover- Help Identify Hallmarks / Stamp - Silverin Silver


  1. Definitely Fostoria. I tested it with black light and it glows yellow.
  2. Thank you, IronLace, for your interesting and enlightening comments!
  3. I think this might be considered RAKU style of pottery.
  4. Gillian- I just added an additional photo taken in natural sunlight. The first letter might be an "S" .... the third letter might be an "M". fyi... It is not porous. I think it has several laye...
  5. Scott- I followed up on the links. Great help. Thanks so much for sharing.
  6. Thank you, Dave. Very helpful information!
  7. Thanks PP, for filling in some of the words. It's nice to have a set of fresh eyes.
  8. Thanks, Loumanal, for the info!
  9. Got the translation! In memory of F. Voidis
  10. Greek? I did not see that coming. Thanks, V!
  11. It never dawned on me that it could be a tortilla warmer. Thanks for your input. I really appreciate it.
  12. Amazing information, Phil. I looked online for another George Washington by Ruhl, but I have not found any of the president. Perhaps he was a limited edition. Thanks for the feedback!
  13. Under the cellophane: "(Moisten and attach ring envelope here.)"
  14. I just updated the photos and description. I'm now guessing it's gold filled.
  15. Beyemvey / Bob - Amazing! Great information. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
  16. SpiritBear- I had a funny feeling the art piece /painting might have been the design used for a novelty postcard. Or, maybe an artist liked the postcard and wanted to paint their own version. Th...
  17. V- Thanks for the link to an amazing website. Awesome!
  18. Thanks for pointing that out. I just flipped the photo.
  19. Hebrew? That's an interesting idea. Never thought of that! Thx
  20. Wow, what a lovely follow-up. Thank you for the informative posting. Super interesting!
  21. Kydur-- Funny you should ask, because I did test. See burn and char results.
  22. Just a little update. After some testing, I am 99% sure this Christmas garland is made of celluloid.
  23. Funny note.... The handwritten title says "Beatels".
  24. I never heard of a bootleg record before so this has been a learning experience. I'm really curious what is on the record. I'll try find an old hippie friend with a turntable to check it out soon. ...
  25. Hmmmm..... The morgue idea is a unique idea. Very, very interesting suggestions. Thx
  26. BIG NOTE & QUESTION: I'm baffled. The ink, script writing, date etc makes complete sense but something doesn't ring right with this document. The paper has vertical bluish lines. The left margin ...
  27. TubeAmp- Thanks for the informative reply. It has been very helpful!
  28. Awesome information. Many thanks!
  29. Thanks for the comments. I noticed that the Sabin plates are readily available on the internet. I normally don't buy collectible plates, but, like you, I hate to see them thrown in the dump.
  30. Thank you for the information. Very helpful!
  31. Wow... I'm learning a lot and having fun at the same time. You're AMAZING. Thx!
  32. Thanks for pointing that out. I just corrected it. And, thanks for the information. It's very helpful.
  33. Oh now, you're simply AMAZING.
  34. Hmm... Well, my chemist friend just put a magnet on it and it did not stick. So, it's not steel, iron or copper; it just might be bronze by process of elimination.
  35. I think it's silver plate too. But, I just found the horse mark.... Friedman Silver Company, Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 1908. Bought by Gorham in 1960.
  36. Excellent information. Thanks everyone-
  37. Oh, my gosh! You are AMAZING. Luv Ya!
  38. That's what I was thinking. Thx.
  39. Thanks to all of your help, I'm now certain that this plate was made for a member of the BPOE Elks in Wheeling, W. Va. It was probably given as a gift or special commemorative. I'm still curious abo...
  40. Very interesting info. I've been trying to match up the setting and am leaning towards England. Thanks for the feedback!
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