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Discussion Forum

Moroccan pottery bowls maybe?... I'm clueless 4 Replies

Started by TGlo. Last reply by David Enders 1 hour ago.

Amazing Way to Restore a Faded Amber Pendant

Started by Mark D Swartz 8 hours ago.

Marked Chinese Rice Pot with carved handles 2 Replies

Started by TGlo. Last reply by TGlo 12 hours ago.

Old Bank Index and Balance Book

Started by Peter Barnas 20 hours ago.

Necklace Pendant 3 Replies

Started by David Enders. Last reply by David Enders 20 hours ago.

Elephant Mother and her Brood; Thrift Store Find July 8, 2017 1 Reply

Started by Mark D Swartz. Last reply by Jeff Guy yesterday.

Hugh Montgomery oil paintings

Started by Tina Foulds yesterday.

Ceramic Sculture ID 3 Replies

Started by Wendy Tran. Last reply by David Enders yesterday.

Green Pendant Clip On Earrings

Started by David Enders yesterday.

Trying to find glass knobs for vintage chest 8 Replies

Started by Cindy Leah Wilmoth. Last reply by Cindy Leah Wilmoth on Saturday.

Old ice cream scooper 2 Replies

Started by Lloyd Levine. Last reply by Fred Silva on Saturday.

Japanese Arts & Crafts Vase?

Started by Jesse K on Friday.

Noritake Nippon?? 11 Replies

Started by Jesse K. Last reply by Jeff Guy on Friday.

Folk Art Painted Spaulding and Frost Barrel 5 Replies

Started by Jeff Lawson. Last reply by Jeff Guy on Friday.

Can anyone tell me what this is? 3 Replies

Started by Anna Hartley. Last reply by karen jean latulip on Thursday.

Antique Print 8 Replies

Started by Bonnie Kinney. Last reply by Carol Anne of Pearl's Parlor on Thursday.

Does anyone know the era of this chandelier? 2 Replies

Started by Ann Jones. Last reply by Ann Jones on Wednesday.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on May 13, 2017 at 10:30pm
Comment by katherina martindale on May 10, 2017 at 4:25pm

THE smoked glass crackle glass piece is more than likely made by Blenko they started making the crackle glass in the 70's and still are making it today and have been running since the 30's thier pieces are really stunning and in all diff colours .. so my suggestion is to look up other blenko decanters and see if you can find this one 

Comment by vicki hufstetler on May 10, 2017 at 3:49pm

Craig is right - Vinegar cruet - The shape and size matters, but It might have been made by L.E. Smith - or the predecessor of them, which I can't recall at the moment. 

They are pretty well known for "crackle glass".

Comment by Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium on May 10, 2017 at 2:24pm

Sandy i believe they call it a vinegar cruet, who made it no idea

its called crackle glass

Comment by Lauraetta Burpee on May 6, 2017 at 6:04pm


I got these clay soldiers today and have looked for them online but can't find them. I was wondering if you could tell me what they are and how old they are. They are made of clay and have a heavy blue glaze on them. They are marked Italy on the bottom of them. I have found nothing about them. Here are some pictures Thank you for any information you can give.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on April 22, 2017 at 3:39am

Many doll heads are made of composition and filled with horsehair or sawdust or other filler. I've never heard of a coconut being used but I guess it could.  The red dot on her forehead is a sign of a Hindu or Buddhist woman. It has many meanings.  I've never seen a Hindu or Buddhist woman with blonde hair, but anything is possible!

Comment by Maggie Heiser on April 20, 2017 at 9:05am

Just not sure looking for knowledge.

This item seems to be made of a fiber material perhaps coconut and has a hole in the top. 

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on April 15, 2017 at 11:46am

HEY NEWBIES, Mouse over those ugly generic avatars, follow simple instructions and post pictures of yourself or something that IDs you or your business,

John, and  others:  To the right of your Post is a "bold X", click on it to terminate that reply.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on April 15, 2017 at 11:42am

John, no offense but most of us sleuths like the challenge of identifying stuff but pricing it is up to you. Values depend on age, rarity, condition, supply,  demand and  who or where it was made.

Once your item has been identified, you can check auction sites and make your own determination of value.

I used to provide values, but many arguments arose because most owners believed their item was special and worth more than I suggested.

In checking eBay use their menu to check "Sold items".

Comment by Fred Silva on February 28, 2017 at 7:22am

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