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wildvke

Fayetteville, AR

I love anything vintage ! I am a collector of the unique.

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Alfred Meakin "Blossom" pattern Tureen ~ Globe stamp 1891-1897  - Potteryin Pottery
Marie Berger Phoenix Rising - Posters and Printsin Posters and Prints
Northwood ? Grape & Cable Whiskey Set ~ Crystal with Gold Cable - Glasswarein Glassware
Solid Oak, saddle seat, spindle back chairs (Pic set 2) - Furniturein Furniture
Solid Oak, saddle seat, spindle back chairs - Furniturein Furniture
Beautifully Simple Hand Carved Table - Furniturein Furniture
Red Glass Lamp Globe - Lampsin Lamps
Song Dynasty Blown Glass Vase > Real or reproduction? - Asianin Asian
Heisey Cigarette Ash Tray with blown Melon shape stem from Heisey Glass book 1925-1938 - Glasswarein Glassware
Rainbow colored , cased glass, jack in pulpit vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Here is the same info in Text form from the page above. Falkenstein Inc. l May 70, GP67267 Lamp holder in fluted spreading fanlike shape No 4086 Metal Appl author Carl Falkenstein. Carl Falkenstei...
  2. Here is the number 4086 attributed to Falkenstein online in the Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third series - Page 50. The like should take you straight to the entry on google books with the info highl...
  3. Shoot, just now seen the description ???????? Let me see if I have something on it.
  4. That would be a Falkenstein lamp. Is there a number on the base somewhere?
  5. This particular design in a slag glass flower was made by Houze. Houze Slag Lamp / Ashtray Part Molded with flowers and leaves. It is 8" tall with a 4-1/4" round base. There is no hole for a cord...
  6. Bradley & Hubbard is the B&H. I know it’s a 4 year old post ????Can’t believe that nobody responded.
  7. Have you looked under the base to see what markings are there? If any add them to your post photos. Photos: * You might take a close-up photo of the sockets, outside and looking into them (no bulb...
  8. @Mmadura If you remove the felt (damp cloth held on edges) it will remove fairly easy and you can still replace it back with a light glue. It will not hurt the value any, people have to replace them a...
  9. @jonjin You are welcome to join and check out the "Vintage Lamp Collectors" group on FB. Just type that in a FB search.
  10. @jonhin Yes I’ve seen several. Some have a mark of the letters GIM and a number. Others I have seen stating the are Italian. The GIM has been said to be a company named MC Co. The only thing I have e...
  11. The globe is what would be considered “crackle glass”, the only “slag glass” looks to be the bottom border glass.
  12. I believe this is an Italian spelter, Slag Glass paneled lamp. The number you found on the lamp plate is more than likely a shape/model number or could be the date which would be read in reverse, 356 ...
  13. Loevsky & Loevsky
  14. Looks to be a German Lusterware
  15. @Daragayle Leviton is the electrical switch/plug manufacture. They only made electrical parts. Leviton is not a lamp company.
  16. @TallCakes I found it !!! Thanks :)
  17. I finally found some info on this set!! It IS Northwood. I recieved an email back from CarnivalHeaven.com and she sent a 1912 Butler Bros. Wholesale Ad. This is what it reads. GRAPE "EMBOSSED" CRYST...
  18. This perfume bottle is listed on pg 171 in Commercial Perfume Bottles by Jacquelyn Y. Jones-Jones, Third Ed. with Values. Plate 595, A deluxe Crystal presentation flacon by Baccarat with the gilt flow...
  19. Light House Lamp & Shade Co was a Los Angeles based manufacturer and designer of lamps. Light House Lamp and Shade most certainly made lamps for Heifetz. The distinguishing difference between what Lig...
  20. Sorry I just noticed there are 2 photos. I was referring to the striped beads and not the blue/ black beads. The darker set I’m not sure of, although thy both could be Venetian trade beads... Here’s a...
  21. These look to be Venetian drawn glass beads, very old, maybe 19th century? jmho, I’m not an expert.
  22. https://www.ebay.com/itm/antique-brass-double-oil-banquet-lamp-figural-hands-holding-font-needs-wiring/122827373248?hash=item1c9914fac0
  23. Yes if hadn't been for Tallcakes & Paul71, I would still be looking for this pattern ????
  24. I found an auction with a Weston Lily Pad or Water Lily footed glass. Does the foot on your vase have mold seams or is it a single applied piece?
  25. Hi ! I happen to run across this as I was searching for another type of item completely ! You gotta love google. I cant see for sure, it looks to have an applied floral foot. My first guess would be m...
  26. Could be made by Lightolier (Manufacturer)
  27. Beautiful ! Have you look at 1st Dibs site for ideas for bulbs? https://www.1stdibs.com/search/?q=sputnik
  28. esmd2012, Oh WOW that's fantastic ! Thank you very much. I bought it at a second hand store and loved the color and thought it was beautiful. I thought it might be an older glass just wasn't sure and ...
  29. Hi noob, I seen your post and ran across this today as I was looking for a double gourd vase I have that is also blue and white. I know they are not the same design exactly but might help you in your ...
  30. Thanks for the help and feedback TallCakes :)
  31. OK, I just had my mother look at the set closer. There are Northwood marks on ALL pieces, the decanter and the shot glasses, they all have the "N" in a circle with line under them.
  32. Thanks Tallcakes, I just wanted to make sure that it was actually Grape and Cable by Northwood. I see that all the info I find for G&C Northwood shows under "Grape & Cable with Thumbprint" almost alwa...
  33. I still can't seem to find any info on this set except what tallcakes and I found on the old ad. Still would like one of the glass experts opinion please.... :(
  34. Not a necklace but look at the design on the bead...http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/craftsofthepast/5941337/yemen_antique_hollow_silver_bead_with_granular_design_beaded_wire_002/vintage/a...
  35. Thanks TallCakes, I did see that one. I was leaning more towards more info though.. :)
  36. I'm not sure about killed it for value...thing. I just wanted to know if anyone knows of the maker. I wasn't asking for an appraisal.
  37. ok, fhrjr2, i posted more pics of the same chair. It use to bea caned seat i believe. They then replaced it with a saddle seat. I'm assuming for strength after the cane gave out.
  38. Lol, ok, I'll call it too then...:)
  39. lol, thats just what I said above. Its a WOOD Dowel
  40. LOL about Heritage....figures. Don't worry, I have it ingrained in my mind now..I will keep a look out for it for sure. As I said before, I have about 25 or 30 jewelry books...
  41. The screw looking piece is actually a doweled wooden screw the is pinned at an angle, they are not metal as I had originally thought when I first started looking into them :)
  42. Did you ever hear anything back about the necklace yet? I think its much older than anything vintage.
  43. I think there is a tiny little "S" under the "O" in Co...is there ?
  44. Here's a link that shows the locations of the Alfred Fenton potteries, looks like one in Staffordshire. http://www.thepotteries.org/allpotters/394a.htm
  45. I'm guessing here ... maybe it Alfred Fenton Co. I know there was a A.F. & S which was Alfred Fenton and Sons A. F. & S.~ A. Fenton & Sons, Hanley c.1887-1901
  46. The earliest known enameled objects were made in Cyprus in around the 13th century BC during the Mycenæan period. Six gold rings discovered in a Mycenæan tomb at Kouklia were decorated with various vi...
  47. A concise history of enamel from the Vitreous Enamels Society > http://www.iom3.org/content/history-of-enamel
  48. @ DrFluffy, Arkansas is beautiful, NWA is the prettiest. Look up a little town called Eureka Springs, AR You would LOVE it ! Little Switzerland.
  49. You could be right about the eastern influence no doubt. Indian, Iranian, Asian...I have tons of Jewelry books, will take a look for you...
  50. Website > http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/articles/e/etruscan_jewellery.aspx The Etruscans took great pleasure in wearing ostentatious gold jewellery. Etruscan metalworkers produced m...
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