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Is this something for music or a bird call?

Started by Earl L. Rhodes Jun 15. 0 Replies

I found this item at a garage sale last week and cannot quite figure out what its for. Its 10 1/2" long and is constructed of wood with a lead mouthpiece and another piece of lead where the sound…Continue

Who is this?

Started by Howard Jack. Last reply by Howard Jack Apr 2. 3 Replies

Looking for information on who and what this is.Continue

Absinthe Spoons?

Started by Judy Sargis Mar 11. 0 Replies

Can anyone identify these. They were made by the International Silver Co. and are silver plated.Continue

Tags: spoons, triangular, slotted, Co., Silver

Asian etched blue art glass

Started by Judy Sargis. Last reply by kevin christy Feb 20, 2013. 1 Reply

I acquired this piece from a friend. Can anyone tell me anything about it origin, value, etc..…Continue

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Comment by Howard Jack on February 14, 2013 at 12:09pm

Any body know what this thing was used for. it is nickle over brass and would look to be scientific or medical. The two  holes appear too large for some kind of strainer but render it useless as a dipper.

Comment by Mitch Moberg on November 10, 2012 at 12:16pm

Name maybe Gems?

Comment by Mitch Moberg on November 10, 2012 at 12:11pm

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Says no. 3 furnace - name = Eames? not sure of name or what it is

Comment by Diana Wolfe on June 27, 2012 at 9:29am

I got this vase at an astate sale. I am having trouble making out the mark on the bottom. I would like to figure out the maker to possibly find out what it's worth. Any one that might know the maker?  Thanks!

Comment by Vernon Carrens on June 18, 2012 at 9:11pm

A VASE

This oval vase measures;  10” at highest point with a 21 ½ “ maximum circumference,  tear drop  shaped opening  approx. (4” X  3 ½ “),  there are three tentacles extending down from the opening, three winged children with  leaf skirts that terminates into a blooming plant, accompanied by a stork type bird, appear on each side.  A baby standing on a pedestal with two male lions on either side of the base is accompanied by other characters which appear in a green circular background  on the front.  Two centaurs blowing horns while sitting on a compote type platform are pictured at the bottom.  The color, detail and glaze are outstanding with intentionally crazing throughout.V3.JPG

Comment by Howard Jack on April 27, 2012 at 2:40pm

rarin to go donkey head

I recently picked this nine inch long tin sign. i don't know if it is an advertising piece or maybe political. Any one familiar with the image.

Comment by Suzie Haas on April 3, 2012 at 1:04pm

I have this vintage sports lapel pin. It is most likely from the 50's from what I can tell. It is for the Baseball Writers Association of America. They were responsible for who goes into the hall of fame. Any idea of correct age and value for this item?

Comment by Paulette Hendricks on March 4, 2012 at 10:06am

These were brought home from WWII by an American Soldier.  He was walking down a street and purchased them from a Japanese Lady who also was walking down the street.  She actually took them off and sold them to him. I would like to know what they are worth.  Thanks.

Comment by Mary M. Martin on March 3, 2012 at 12:51pm

I have a piece of Brush (McCoy) that is a flower vase that has a victorian lady with basket.  I think it might be the "cold paint" that they talk about and is very old.  It is marked on bottom with, "Brush U.S.A."  Does anyone know anything about it or its value?  Thanks!

Comment by Don Wagner on February 9, 2012 at 2:19am

Krista - If you still have this piece and are looking for information on it, I would send photos to the Museum of Man in Vancouver, BC. They are an incredible knowledge base of Archeological and Anthropological research on indigenous American peoples and their artifacts. The Mississippi River is an ancient trade route, so this piece could have come from very far away.

From a fellow Quad-Citian

 

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