"HI Beverly, Yes, LB is right on the point that this is not CUT glass. I think it may be Crystal however. IF you tap the rim with a finger nail do you hear a pretty "Ting" sound? If so that means this is leaded crystal, and it is most…"
Cute little pitcher! It is possibly a creamer. The lines that you see on the bottom are mold marks, meaning it was formed in a 3-part mold. It's not actually cut glass, just made to look like it."
"The round coin is called a 'Ban Liang' 兩半 or 'Liang Ban'
Essentially it translates to 'Half Tael' in reference to its weight being half a Tael, an Far Eastern measurement used in weights and currency.
The exact weight…"
"I'm having a little trouble seeing which pictures are which This one does look rounder and probably flat in the back. Is this the coin you mean? There is the 'spade' with a hole and this spade. Tried to get a…"
I got this pitcher from a resale shop because it was so pretty and perfect. Looks like a lot of workmanship to cut all those places. I know nothing about glass so hopefully the pictures will tell. On the base there are 3 lines, I see no writing. See More
"Thank you for the information and for turning them right side - the hangers agree with you. I have not learned to turn here yet. The coins are in a wooden frame with the back being wood as well and secured with tiny nails that are set…"
"The spade coin is Xin dynasty, AD 7-23. Again though, assuming it is real and not a knock off, which I believe it would be as these coins in good condition are worth quite a bit of money and would not be framed like yours has been. That said,…"
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Above is a link to a Mallard Decoy Duck, though it does not open you can see it is almost identical in painting style to your duck. Perhaps your duck is a custom piece, one of a kind. Someone may have taken a Duck Decoy and turned it…"