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  • Clifton, TX
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tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Charlotte's discussion Sarah's Attic - Granny's Favorites in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'd guess SA 1990 stands for Sarah's Attic and the year, 1990, it was made. I found the following article which mentions SA and the city where it first started:  "Chesaning. The town looked the same, it is a pretty town with a…"
Jul 9
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Sarah's Attic - Granny's Favorites in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you, Judy!"
Jul 8
Judy Jordan replied to Charlotte's discussion Sarah's Attic - Granny's Favorites in the group Whadja Find Today
"They are advertised at Replacements -- you can send them a picture and they will ID them for you. Here is the pagehttp://www.replacements.com/collect/srh_904169.htm If the have them priced at $500, expect to get about $175 on the market -- and, if…"
Jun 27
Charlotte added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Sarah's Attic - Granny's Favorites

I bought two resin type figurines, a boy & a girl, each approx 5" tall & each sitting on a wood block. The blocks say Sarah's Attic Granny's Favorites. Each figurine says SA 1990. The little girl is labeled Tiffany with #919 written on the bottom of her & the little boy holding a rabbit is labeled Tyler with #889 with on the bottom of him.I have looked every which way I can & I think I've found every other Sarah's Attic figurine, except for these. I am interested in finding out…See More
Jun 24
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Brass table lamp with white hobnail globe in the group Whadja Find Today
"David & Tom, Thanks to both of you for the info!"
Jun 16
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Charlotte's discussion Brass table lamp with white hobnail globe in the group Whadja Find Today
"All I did was change wording from globe to shade and many units appeared. A lot of these lamps came into the market in the 1960s-80s and are quite common. Values range from $50. to $90.…"
Jun 16
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Brass table lamp with white hobnail globe in the group Whadja Find Today
"I haven't found any markings at all."
Jun 15
David Enders replied to Charlotte's discussion Brass table lamp with white hobnail globe in the group Whadja Find Today
"Are there any visible makers mark on the bottom of the lamp? The globe looks like it fits the lamp well. The globe portion can be purchased from $25-$75 depending on when and where it sold."
Jun 15
Charlotte added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Brass table lamp with white hobnail globe

I purchased this lamp with the white hobnail globe. I believe the lamp to be brass, but I'm wondering if the globe originally came on this particular lamp. The lamp is very heavy & is 28" tall to the top of the white globe. Any information would be very much appreciated. I just can't seem to find a lamp of this style with a similar globe, so that's why I am questioning it.
Jun 15
Jeff Guy replied to Charlotte's discussion Hello needed to identify dining chairs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Not Hepplewhite, its an earlier (style) than that. Interpretation of a style called Ribbon Back Chippendale. Mid-century or newer sounds about right - I would have said more like 70's, 80's or even more recent."
Jun 4
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Charlotte's discussion Hello needed to identify dining chairs in the group Whadja Find Today
"yup i agree with house of charm antiques southinc on age and material"
Jun 3
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Hello needed to identify dining chairs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you so much, House of Charm! I will check out that furniture. They could probably use a bit more padding, but I can handle that. I just love the wood design."
Jun 3
House of Charm Antiques Southinc replied to Charlotte's discussion Hello needed to identify dining chairs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Appears to be 1940-60s mahogany (or maple) Hepplewhite(not an afficionado on English styles) style chairs. Nice set-comfy?"
Jun 3
Charlotte added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Hello needed to identify dining chairs

I fell in love with these dining chairs when I saw them. I think the design pattern is gorgeous, but I'm not sure that they are very old. The only identifying marks on them is on the bottom of the seats that says Mocha No 7158. I'm going to trade out my dining chairs & keep them, but if anyone can identify what they are, I would very much appreciate it. I haven't found this identical pattern when looking online. The fabric on the seats is not the original, because the lady that I bought…See More
Jun 3
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Need help identifying beautiful covered candy dish in the group Whadja Find Today
"I actually found out what it is. It is a late 19th century covered butter dish in the Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG) category of opalescent Vaseline, or sometimes called opalescent Canary glass, with an enameled decoration. The maker is…"
May 5
Charlotte replied to Charlotte's discussion Need help identifying beautiful covered candy dish in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you! I will start looking in that direction."
May 4

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