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Discussion Forum

What is the finish on this glass vase called? 3 Replies

Started by Jesse K. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera 2 hours ago.

No name stamped on it. Anyone recognize it ? 6 Replies

Started by Lloyd Levine. Last reply by Fred Silva 3 hours ago.

A really nice rendering of Jerusalem 13 Replies

Started by Molly. Last reply by Molly 5 hours ago.

Black Americana The Kentucky Junior Jazz Outfit W/Case pricing help 7 Replies

Started by Jay Johnston. Last reply by Jay Johnston 8 hours ago.

Please help identify mysterious box 15 Replies

Started by Brian smith. Last reply by Fred Thompson yesterday.

help identifying this lamp? 13 Replies

Started by Laura Chastain. Last reply by Jeff Guy on Monday.

Help with a item 5 Replies

Started by Mike Martin. Last reply by Mike Martin on Monday.

Need help identifying this item... 11 Replies

Started by Humberto Martinez. Last reply by Fred Silva on Monday.

Chinese Mandarin? 4 Replies

Started by Jesse K. Last reply by Jesse K on Sunday.

Wood Bust with Mother of Pearl Inlay and Engraved Designs 5 Replies

Started by Mark D Swartz. Last reply by Mark D Swartz on Sunday.

Vincent Van Gogh 14 Replies

Started by Jay Johnston. Last reply by Jay Johnston on Saturday.

Madame LeBrun and her daughter, a self-portrait Copperplate Engraving By J.Massard 1880 9 Replies

Started by Jay Johnston. Last reply by Jay Johnston on Friday.

FTD Sugar-Flour Canister- Hand Made in Portugal 4 Replies

Started by Kyle Stanard. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera on Thursday.

Anyone know what this is please? 18 Replies

Started by ruthwood. Last reply by ruthwood on Thursday.

Nostalgic Vase 2 Replies

Started by Kyle Stanard. Last reply by Kyle Stanard on Thursday.

Can you Help Identify this Couple of Military Gun Parts? 5 Replies

Started by R Casi. Last reply by R Casi Dec 6.

Anyone familiar with cloisonne marks or dating on these small vases? 6 Replies

Started by John Jacobson. Last reply by John Jacobson Dec 6.

$1.00 bud vase find, need help with info 7 Replies

Started by BikerBonnie. Last reply by BikerBonnie Dec 6.

antique rocking chair and table 1 Reply

Started by Traci Parker Markland. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Dec 5.

Help Identifying This Liquor Bottle Please 2 Replies

Started by Jesse K. Last reply by Jesse K Dec 5.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Fred Silva yesterday

Amanda I believe it was Denhams auctions had a set of these for a $1000 a set of six or around $167 each . Condition is everything. 

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera yesterday

Amanda, the painting was applied long after the chair was made. I don't deal with furniture but I'd guess it's from a dining room set from the 1930s-50s.

Do you have a set of chairs?  Are the others painted too?  Can you determine if (assuming others are painted) other paintings are EXACTLY the same as subject? 

Those who know chairs will need to see pictures of the back, sides, joints, under seat, etc. to determine age, style, etc.

THIS DISCUSSION should be posted above. You are in the Comment Wall.

Comment by Amanda on Monday

Thanks Tom. Here's another picture if it helps to place the year better as that was a long range you have me.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Sunday

Maybe the lady cameo is Queen Victoria, 1830s. Similar likeness was on UK coinage.

Image result for queen victoria profile

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on Sunday

Amanda, your chair decoration looks like hand painting. My Mother had a bunch of furniture painted with roses, ribbons and cupids by a couple artists. This was the "in-thing" in the 1960s.

Comment by Amanda on Sunday

Comment by Amanda on Sunday
I found this antique dining chair set. Painted cameo and rose design. Can anyone help me identify what time period these are from and how much they might be worth?
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on December 1, 2017 at 4:15am

Those two dancing girls first appeared around 1900, but have been heavily copied by others. If not marked they are probably pot metal with little value.  In the USA there are shops that "Buy gold and silver" and they have an electronic device that reads the content of the metal. Service here, is free.  The stands appear to be quartz, marble,  or onyx.

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on December 1, 2017 at 4:06am

Shannon, Three pieces (2 urns, 1 planter) of Diana Pottery sold for AU $5.00. All three have been relisted, separately, for AU $19.99, 19.99, and $22.99.  Not much activity. Listing, eBay-AU:

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on December 1, 2017 at 3:39am

Shannon, a print just like yours sold in August this year at auction. Price not shown. Pre-auction estimate was $60-80. USD. The glass was broken.



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