Actually, I think Komo was responding to a post by a brand new (Aug 2022) user who was offering to purchase the glasses (and who also...
Johnny, is this it?
Tides Inn (restaurantwarecollectors.com)
Bear, I had one just like the first one (exact same charms!) when I was a little kid - circa 1960 or so, in the US. I would play with the...
If I recall correctly, Dixie's French Provincial furniture line was made from the late 1950's into the late 1970's/early 1980's. Its heyday,...
Might that say HARTFORD SILVER PLATE CO on the 1st line, with QUADRUPLE PLATE below?
see: Silverplate Marks (sterlingflatwarefashions.com)
VanP, could she be a 1960's UNEEDA fashion doll? They were mostly Barbie clones.
(I had thought SUZETTE, but perhaps not... Maybe WENDY?)...
Wasn't Prince Charles (Dumfries House) also duped in some sort of art scam a couple of years ago?
Years ago, I was working in an office when the company's "home office" declared that all of our 4-wheel rolling office chairs must immediately be...
Alesia, did you forget your photos?
John I'm not an expert on plants, but is this perhaps modelled after a calla lily leaf?
Sorry, Tahmoor girl, but I think you need to find some more reliable sources.
Please note that 900 silver is "coin silver"; 800 silver is NOT.
Cheri, I believe this is a box from India for storing (and using) stick incense. Is there a slanted hole in the top that could hold a single stick...
Jose, I've always seen them referred to as "open nightstands" or "open shelf nightstands".
I don't believe that the current location of this furniture ("near Washington DC" ) is going to be "better" or "worse" than Boston... What you're...
Might be relevant:
I've a new addiction. Louis Rousselet | Antiques Board (antiquers.com)
Zinovia, this page shows the changing Krupp Berndorn marks over the years:
Marks of Berndorf Metalware Factory (ascasonline.org)
Hittman, you might want to do a search for "Gone with the Wind lamps" - that's what this style is often called.
In my family, if you could dress up for something, you did dress up for it! Holidays, in particular, meant fancy new outfits - Easter,...
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