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  • Metamora, IL
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Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"Ah yes!   Indeed!   I set myself up with a brass poosh8ng table and scrambled around to all the farm sales.  Probably polished 50 torches!   I peddled them to local antique shops.   A couple bucks would get. A basket of junk…"
2 hours ago
Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you.   Will take a closer look at the bottom and share if anything of interest is there.  Zeke"
2 hours ago
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"Back in the late 1960s-1970s retail brass shops opened all over the place in the USA. They imported brass objects mostly from India.  All were made by machine for export.  Some of those shops still exist and still sell brass items. I see…"
4 hours ago
Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post II in the group Whadja Find Today
"You need to show a picture of the back because that is always extememly important in determining age. The white is polish that has dried. Based on the images you've shown and the quality of the images I don't think this is particularly old…"
5 hours ago
Zeke added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post Ii

The next piece I will share for interest and any comments is a dish or plate about the size of a large dinner plate.   At first glance, due in part to the white powdery residue, it doesn’t look like much.   But a closer look leads to a close look and then youmsimply marvel at it.   Made back who knows when some artisan pierced and embossed this plate to share a story with us, could we decipher the script.   An Iranian friend of mine can managed enough to tell me he believes it to be very old…See More
7 hours ago
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post I in the group Whadja Find Today
"The writing looks like Farsi which is still spoken/written in Iran, however Ancient Farsi was used throughout the Ottoman Empire, esp in Turkey and Persia. If you Google Farsi alphabet and click "Images" you can interpret what it says,…"
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Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post I in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you .. indeed I see several items which clearly are the same genre as half of this stash!   Zeke"
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Molly replied to Zeke's discussion Islamic or Ottoman Brass Relics - Post I in the group Whadja Find Today
"https://www.pinterest.com/pin/524247212849767291/ Here is a similar piece as well as some other related images."
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Zeke added 2 discussions to the group Whadja Find Today
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Michael replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Now I'm a patient person, but making this item would melt my brain. Gorgeous intricacy though."
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Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you for all the effort to help me understand this better.  I really appreciate that.  Now, with regard to the “flaking” let me say that clearly this was “gilded” or some sort of a gold ‘colored’,…"
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Molly replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"http://www.morninggloryantiques.com/imagesLZ/Victorian2/vict38227.jpg This one is opposite, with the rounded parts on the outside. but similar colors."
Monday
Molly replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
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Jeff Guy replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"From the far off picture I was sure it was silver plated with plating coming off, but the closeup certainly looks like the Italian mark for 800 silver. What is all that stuff that looks like it is flaking off? Is it possible this was gold plated at…"
Monday
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Zeke replied to Zeke's discussion Interesting Mosaic Bar Pin - Made in Italy for Turkish Market?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you Jeff!   Well I was baffled as to how to get two photos uploaded?   I'll figure it out.   Here, hopefully, is the back .. and if I can do it .. a close up of the wee mark. Zeke"
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Retired guy interested in selling off acquired estate items, and help understanding what I have sometimes.
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