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Latest Activity: Jul 18, 2016

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Santa

Started by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk Dec 8, 2013.

Glazed Ceramic Elephant

Started by Chris Drielsma Jan 5, 2013.

Chinese Han Dynasty Ancient Jade Four Phoenix Vase

Started by Shawn Bakis Dec 17, 2012.

can you translate for me please? 10 Replies

Started by Your Bounty, Bernie. Last reply by Your Bounty, Bernie Feb 25, 2011.

Cantonesse 4 Replies

Started by Dave Stead. Last reply by phil Feb 24, 2011.

Has anyone seen one of these before 2 Replies

Started by Nigel Ballett. Last reply by wja.Hugers Nov 2, 2010.

Japan mark? hand painted & moriage demi tasse 3 Replies

Started by Margo Giroux. Last reply by GrannyNan Aug 20, 2010.

No idea what this is 2 Replies

Started by Dave Stead. Last reply by Antique Dragon Jan 22, 2010.

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Comment by HARPREET HEER on August 27, 2009 at 1:25pm
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Hi Tanya,
I was referred to you for your opinion on a Chinese vase that I bought recently. I am attaching the pictures of the same and would appreciate if you can advise what in your experience is it worth and how to tell if its a genuine antique.
Comment by Antique Dragon on June 11, 2009 at 1:26am
How is everyone doing? Any questions or help needed feel free to post. Have a great Thursday.
Comment by Antique Dragon on March 6, 2009 at 9:04pm
FOR: "what is my anitque" ~ you have is a wine ewer from India. These were made for the western world and exported in the 1960's . It is brass with etched inlay enamels. Originally there was a set of 4-6 cups and the main ewer. The ewer alone runs about $ 40-45.00 if you have the cups (that look like the ewer - brass with enlay) the retail price would be a more. Hope this helps in your item.

Carl / Tanya
Comment by Antique Dragon on March 4, 2009 at 8:42pm
Hi I did find the pictures of this Thank you for joining our group here. I will post answer soon. Welcome and feel free to post any questions or help you need. Tanya
Comment by what is my antique? on March 4, 2009 at 3:29pm
Maybe some one in this group can help me find out what I have,If any one has any ideal what my antique is please help me out,It says 1560 India on the bottom,thanks to any one who can help!!!
Comment by Antique Dragon on March 1, 2009 at 5:36pm
We just returned from doing an apprasial fair this weekend. Posts will come please give us a day to get everything straightened up. =) I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.
Comment by Susan Barrett Price on February 26, 2009 at 4:17pm
Good information on describing antiquarian books is the glossary at Abe Books: http://www.woodsnwind.com/Docs/books/book_term_glossary.html

And burkes books has a decent rating system, definitions: http://burkesbooks.com/anatomy.htm

Getting to know all the parts of the books, so you can describe the flaws is half the battle!
Comment by Antique Dragon on February 17, 2009 at 7:51pm
The copper drinking dispenser came from the Island of Java. I forgot to note that. Tanya
Comment by Antique Dragon on February 17, 2009 at 5:59pm
Hi Frank~~
What you have is a drink dispenser for dinners in a Sultan's Palace. The wealthy had gold ones for large dinners and silver for smaller dinners. The copper ones ( as shown here) were used for common everyday dinners. In the 1890-1920's the servants would use these to keep the drinks flowing throughout the dinner and kept the guests happy. The value is roughly $250.00 ( if the other sides have no dings or dents) It is not an ancient piece nor an important piece yet still a great find. ~ Carl / Tanya
Comment by Antique Dragon on February 16, 2009 at 3:08pm
I have this photo below could not find the top view. My father is lecturing today and I have saved this to show him. I will post more tonight. Tanya
 

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