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Zeke added a discussion to the group Silver Antique And Collectible
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Old Books About Silverplate - Various

I am in possession of several old books about Silverplate.   Some of them very old.   If there is any interest here in owning these I would bother to list them and offer them for sale.    I presume that would be best done in the FOR SALE portion of this site.   Thank you for any input, and apologies up front ifnthis is out of order.   ZekeSee More
Feb 13
vicki hufstetler replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"I tend to agree with Molly and Tom - It appears to be a wood burned image onto inexpensive fiber board of some type. I don't know much about types of wood, or time frames for this type of thing, but I do know that there was a tremendously…"
Feb 5
Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"That definitely makes sense and fits the bill here .. a pattern piece …  a sign of the times. "
Feb 4
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"This could have been a home project published in Popular Science/Popular Mechanics/Workworker etc. magazines of the mid-century period. Being made from a pattern would explain why the figure in these two is almost identical, but the background…"
Feb 4
Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"Holy Cats!   That is simply super!  Find out my special lady has been around!   If this isn't the funniest thing, can't wait to share with the family …  well the few left.  Beginning to suspect my Aunt may…"
Feb 3
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"Molly, Wow, what a spoiler. Your "And finally" is exact same person and outfit, beads, etc.  Looks like computer generated copy maybe? Way to go girl!!! Zeke, 1 is one-of-a-kind, but 2, 3,4 is mass production. I tend to agree with…"
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"AND FINALLY....."
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
Feb 3
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"https://www.pinterest.com/myweels12/pyrography-~~-tramp-art/?lp=true I know you said NOT pyrography, but you must look at some of these items and see the resemblance, time period Art Nouveau, some saying Flemish, many with that Native American…"
Feb 3
Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"I read that too Tom, but plywood was brought in and used here for whatever by the 1890s.    To me, this isn’t plywood.   It is a veneer board, three layers, a lath core and two veneer outer.    Bad terminology maybe.…"
Feb 3
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"The production of plywood in the USA didn't begin until 1928.  It appears to me that a router was used to outline the woman and some features look like wood burning, whereas other areas are gouged or grooved. I don't see any carving…"
Feb 3
Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"Why thank you .. will go check it out immediately.    Z"
Feb 2

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At 9:12am on January 31, 2019, Molly said…

I think the middle stone is a opal, Zeke.  You never acknowledged my Friends request, so I am posting on this Wall...

 
 
 

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