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Discussion Forum

Sampson/Hancock Plate

Started by House of Charm Antiques Southinc 32 minutes ago.

Oil painting stretcher frame 2 Replies

Started by Bryan Bender. Last reply by LB Laub 4 hours ago.

Painting with very old backing no Artist name 1 Reply

Started by edward szczepaniak. Last reply by Carol Anne of Pearl's Parlor 5 hours ago.

Vase with history 2 Replies

Started by edward szczepaniak. Last reply by Molly yesterday.

FORD Mini Model T 1 Reply

Started by John Mallon. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday.

My couch find 15 Replies

Started by A Wheeler. Last reply by Molly yesterday.

Can Someone Shed Some Light on This Besutiful Vase 3 Replies

Started by John Taglione. Last reply by vicki hufstetler on Wednesday.

What is the background structure in Newcomb-Macklin Frame ? 16 Replies

Started by John Mallon. Last reply by John Mallon on Wednesday.

Beautiful hand painted small vase. 1 Reply

Started by edward szczepaniak. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Monday.

Crystal lamp find 7 Replies

Started by edward szczepaniak. Last reply by vicki hufstetler on Monday.

Help What is this? 16 Replies

Started by daniel delcogliano. Last reply by daniel delcogliano on Sunday.

WHO ARE THESE MEMBERS?

Started by tomsantiquesetcetera on Sunday.

Early 20th century car, truck or heavy equipment cast iron hub cap? 4 Replies

Started by William B. Last reply by William B May 19.

Need help with two silver necklaces possible value and stones being used 5 Replies

Started by Marianne Whitley. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera May 18.

Unusual Eyeglass instrument Photographic? 6 Replies

Started by stephen cole. Last reply by Molly May 15.

Princess Rolex late 1920s mid 1930s?? 4 Replies

Started by megan m. Last reply by vicki hufstetler May 14.

Anyone seen this on old floor lamp? Purpose if it? 1 Reply

Started by Bonny Evans. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera May 12.

What do they call this kind of chair? 7 Replies

Started by Christine Sabol. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera May 11.

painting dated 1904 4 Replies

Started by edward szczepaniak. Last reply by edward szczepaniak May 10.

Is this considered Coralene? 4 Replies

Started by Bonny Evans. Last reply by Bonny Evans May 10.

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Comment by Molly on January 12, 2018 at 9:41pm

Image result for gold egyptian goddess bust with diamond eyes and headband PENDANT

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 12, 2018 at 11:55am

Amie Deal and Mrs K.  The comment wall is for day-to-day conversations.  IT IS NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION & EVALUATION.

DIRECTLY above the Comment Wall you will see "+Add a Discussion".  Click on that and put your comments, pictures and replies there.

US Patent #48340 is for an improvement to a gas range dtd 1865. It could be from a different country.

Goats head pendant, Maybe LA Rams 1946-1995 or 2015-2018; or St Louis Rams 1995-2015? Could be 18k plated; have a jeweler test it.

Comment by Michael on January 12, 2018 at 9:05am

Mrs K

PAT48340 could be reference to Patent Pending Jewelry Numbers & Dates

Year 1865 for number between and including 45685 to 51783.

Also, this type of enquiry really should be posted into the discussions area above and you should try to include some photos of your item as well.

Comment by Amie Deal on January 12, 2018 at 8:30am

Here is another of my favorite pendants. This one is 18 karat with a diamond in the top. It was purchased ifrom a pawnshop on Maui, Hawaii in 2016 and I absolutely adore it! I have several unique pieces and have no idea of the backgrounds. I have been “pawn-shopping” for about 16 years and have found my most amazing pieces in out of the way shops, for the most part. This gorgeous piece has been a real challenge because no one seems to know where it came from or who the designer was.

When in Alaska this past spring, one jeweler asked if he could scan it for reproduction and I did allow him to do so. I Purchased my pendant for enjoyment and to save for my daughter.

Thank you for any information you might be willing to give.

I don’t mean to abuse the board with my jewelry,  but if others enjoy it as much as I do, then at least they will have fun looking. Thanks again for everything! 

Comment by Mrs_K on January 12, 2018 at 2:43am
I have a necklace I was given by my grandmother who said it had belonged to her mother. On the back it has only one stamp - PAT48340. It is silver in colour with clear stones and a short drop. The stones are Individually held with claws and it secures with a sling and hook style clasp. I’m particularly interested in what they stamp means?
Comment by Michael on January 11, 2018 at 9:39am

Actually, I found that if copying an image from another website and pasting via the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V, then it works no matter what I try to do, so long as I left click in the text box first where I want it to be pasted.

However, if I am copying and pasting via the right click function of the mouse, then I do need to right click at or anywhere before the blinking text cursor for the cut, copy, paste menu to pop up. If I right click anywhere below the last text or image entry made in the text box, a different menu appears containing other options such as save website page and view page source code etc...

Can someone else try this for me to confirm if that solves their problem or not?

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on January 10, 2018 at 3:14pm

Molly, did you find out how to "paste" yet?

The only other thought on the matter is "paste" will not work unless you type something FIRST. 

As a test, type "mm" then click Paste.  When it posts go back and erase "mm".

BTW I had the same problem and others do too.

Good luck!

Comment by John henderson on December 30, 2017 at 7:04pm

I posted it in the discussion portion above along with what a Hippocampus is (besides a part of the brain!). I picked it up yesterday at an antique store, the seller thought it was stone but I deal mostly with metal so knew right away it was lead. I'm just not well versed in when/why/who/how on something like that. My wife knows mythology and I know metal so we decided it was cool enough to occupy a part of one of our walls.

Comment by Molly on December 30, 2017 at 6:28pm

Pardon me, I think I missed the LEAD part...

Comment by Molly on December 30, 2017 at 6:20pm

Add a discussion (and your photos) in WHADJA FIND above...

Carved out of wood?  Not part of the brain?  What do YOU know about it?

 

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