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Ellene Meece replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Russel Wright in the group Everyday Pottery, Ceramic Cookware, Dishes
"LuAnn Smith's personal collection of Russell Wright"
Sep 16, 2013
Ellene Meece replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Russel Wright in the group Everyday Pottery, Ceramic Cookware, Dishes
"Vintage Russel Wright Lug Handle Soup Bowls! ebay"
Aug 31, 2013
Ellene Meece replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Russel Wright in the group Everyday Pottery, Ceramic Cookware, Dishes
"Cheri...just came across your discussion here. How did you do with your Russel Wright Pottery set? It looked beautiful! Here's a bit of information to add to that wonderful line of vintage pottery: " Russel Wright’s American Modern…"
Aug 25, 2013
Cheri Johnson is now friends with MOHAMMAD KAMRAN and Parker Lanier
Aug 18, 2011
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Rogers Bros in the group Antique and Collectible Silver
"Hi, sorry it's been so long since you posted this.  Here is a link where you can get prices on your Fostoria (not Fosteria) and your Russel Wright.  http://www.replacements.com/mfghist/fostoriaglass.htm"
Jan 26, 2011
Vintage Caroline replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Need to identify these pieces in the group Depression Glass Collectors
"Good morning Cheri~ You have some lovely pieces by Fostoria Glass Company. The pattern (shape/blank) is called "Willowmere", and the floral design is etched (plate etching No. 333). Simply put: Fostoria Willowmere Etch #333. Fostoria…"
Nov 22, 2010
Cheri Johnson joined Chicago Retro's group
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A Group for those of us who have an "Addiction" - Tchotchkaholics if you will - to Whimsicals and Knick-Knacks, despite the horrible looks we get from our Friends and Family...See More
Oct 28, 2010
Cheri Johnson updated their profile photo
Oct 25, 2010
Cheri Johnson updated their profile
Oct 25, 2010
Cheri Johnson replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Sweet little hull vase in the group Antique American Art Pottery
"Oh but it was fun searching an answer! Thanks so much for your time and effort. Cheri"
Oct 25, 2010
Antiques in Bethania replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Sweet little hull vase in the group Antique American Art Pottery
"Hi Cheri - so sorry - your vase is what I suspected and a repro - I think that you can easily see why I know and knew even before your last image why I suspected your piece was not "real." The details are more vivid in photography and as I…"
Oct 25, 2010
Cheri Johnson replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Sweet little hull vase in the group Antique American Art Pottery
"You just may be right. I have no idea and am not knowledgable about these things, thus my posting to ask for help. I did find another just like mine at the following…"
Oct 25, 2010
Antiques in Bethania replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Sweet little hull vase in the group Antique American Art Pottery
"Hi Cheri - I hope other experts can help you - but I believe it is a repro - fake - mainly because it is missing or lacking real period production influence of this particular Hull line - although the style can be classified as art deco -…"
Oct 25, 2010
Cheri Johnson replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Inherited made in japan pieces in the group Lusterware & Made in Japan Ceramics
"Thank You Carole."
Oct 25, 2010
Cheri Johnson replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Sweet little hull vase in the group Antique American Art Pottery
"the other side has one flower in pink. it is a matte finish, definately not glossy and the color in the photo is very pink, although the vase itself is creamy bordering on yellow. I am very new at taking photos and at uploading, I tried to make this…"
Oct 25, 2010
Carole Bess White replied to Cheri Johnson's discussion Inherited made in japan pieces in the group Lusterware & Made in Japan Ceramics
"Cup and saucer about $10 here in Portland OR Celery bowl was part of a set that included this bowl and 6 or 8 little matching salt dips; luster looks worn in the picture so maybe $10 here in Portland Child's mug about $10-$15 here in…"
Oct 25, 2010

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Welcome to the Depression Glass group!!! I see you started a discussion and I'll take a look. Barbara
 
 
 

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