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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


  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/antique-brass-double-oil-banquet-lamp-figural-hands-holding-font-needs-wiring/122827373248?hash=item1c9914fac0
  2. Yes if hadn't been for Tallcakes & Paul71, I would still be looking for this pattern ????
  3. 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?
  4. 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...
  5. Could be made by Lightolier (Manufacturer)
  6. Beautiful ! Have you look at 1st Dibs site for ideas for bulbs? https://www.1stdibs.com/search/?q=sputnik
  7. 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 ...
  8. 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 ...
  9. Thanks for the help and feedback TallCakes :)
  10. 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.
  11. 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...
  12. 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.... :(
  13. 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...
  14. Thanks TallCakes, I did see that one. I was leaning more towards more info though.. :)
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Lol, ok, I'll call it too then...:)
  18. lol, thats just what I said above. Its a WOOD Dowel
  19. 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...
  20. 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 :)
  21. Did you ever hear anything back about the necklace yet? I think its much older than anything vintage.
  22. I think there is a tiny little "S" under the "O" in Co...is there ?
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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...
  26. A concise history of enamel from the Vitreous Enamels Society > http://www.iom3.org/content/history-of-enamel
  27. @ DrFluffy, Arkansas is beautiful, NWA is the prettiest. Look up a little town called Eureka Springs, AR You would LOVE it ! Little Switzerland.
  28. 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...
  29. 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...
  30. This is a page about Etruscan Chains > http://www.dracoproductions.net/assignment.htm
  31. It looks Etruscan, especially the chain... You said it is more silver correct?
  32. Not sure if it's quite the same although it looks close > http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-barqs-/181650997380 1920 or 1930s maybe
  33. Now to find the Diamond patterned one that is in the front of the picture....it never ends !!! ??
  34. @Antiquerose, Thx for the pics, it did head me in the right direction for sure ! I found it ! They are Mt. Washington Burmese Glass JIP vases > http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/16305984_mt-washingt...
  35. Still would like to know more about this one too :)
  36. @ Antiquerose, Ahhh, yes that was a great find and quick too, although I should have been a bit more descriptive. I was referring to the JIP in the front of pic with the pink, yellow, blue colors and ...
  37. @ DrFluffy, I guess I need to look at my profile again. We moved to Arkansas to be closer to family and get away from CA taxes LOL. I do miss the weather though, we lived in San Clemente & OSide for a...
  38. Hum, It's looking more like a "thistle" bud than a lotus....still searching
  39. I was wondering if anyone might know if this is a New England type basket? I do not know what it is made of. I can take closer pics if it would help. It is only about 3" long and 1-1/2" wide. The lid...
  40. LOL fhrjr2 . . . you're right. I didn't.
  41. no one?
  42. They change the category on me, Just FYI, This doll DOES NOT have a "key wind," You pull the ball and she crawls...thats it.
  43. SEAN68 LOOK >>>>>>http://www.kovels.com/collectors-concerns/rookwood-tile.html
  44. SEAN68, Oh believe me . . . I have had this piece going on 15 yrs...I have searched and I have close to 20 pottery books...nothing so far...I just hope to run across the double R mark some time, All t...
  45. SEAN68 , I would love it to be Rookwood, although I have yet to find that mark for Rookwood Pottery. Fingers crossed !
  46. Manikin, I don't believe she has a key wind if I remember, will make sure with my mother. I believe you just pull the ball out and she crawls toward it. So it's mechanical but not a key wind. Yes it i...
  47. TubeAmp, Thanks for solving this one...My mother thanks you also. We were looling in completely the wrong direction on this one. Thanks again :)
  48. I still would like to know what this item is...I'm clueless still. I've looked up everything that I think it might be...to no end \; (
  49. @blunderbuss2, hahaha on the German girls tongue. . . by the way, "forgetmenot" IS my mother, the one who has the item. . . . So the silver pieces that slide in and out with the chain are marked, "M...
  50. @DobbinDee70 & chinablue, Now that is the most interesting one I have heard of yet ! I horse or donkey bit !!! I will look into it, I will get my mother to take a look at it closer, I think she had t...
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