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Jeremy Woodoff commented on vicki hufstetler's group Silver Antique And Collectible
"The basket I saw at the flea market is identical to the one pictured below, made by Rogers Bros, although the mark on mine consists of an applied plaque and states "triple plate" rather than the quadruple plate of the example below.…"
Monday
Jeremy Woodoff commented on vicki hufstetler's group Silver Antique And Collectible
"I don't know, but they also seem to be called cake baskets. They really can't hold a cake, as the bottoms are not flat. Maybe for cookies or muffins?"
Sunday
Jeremy Woodoff commented on vicki hufstetler's group Silver Antique And Collectible
"Thank you for your reply, Liz. After posting my question I found the exact same server (actually called a cake or bride's basket, I think, for sale on line for $75. The seller says it could use a replating, though it seems to have most of the…"
Saturday
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Alan Reed's discussion Wanting to know what this art glass bowl is. in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think it's Venetian glass."
Saturday
Jeremy Woodoff commented on vicki hufstetler's group Silver Antique And Collectible
"I am considering buying an aesthetic movement silver-plate server. The plating is completely gone from the top and partly underneath. Some of it may be copper or brass, but it has cast pieces that I assume are spelter or similar metal. Are there any…"
Saturday
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Jeremy Woodoff replied to Debbie Rose's discussion Need help identifying old desk in the group Whadja Find Today
"It looks like it is a desk from the 1920s to 1940s. It appears to have been painted over the original finish. It could be mahogany but probably veneer. The knobs appear to be recent replacements. From what I can tell it is just an old desk, probably…"
Jun 22
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Amanda's discussion What is the name or style of this chair? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I would say the style is a mix of Renaissance Revival and Eastlake, both of which were common in the 1880s. The wood is probably walnut. "
Jun 20
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Shawn Wray's discussion What style is this furnitue and what types of pieces are they ? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I believe it would be called a "chest-on-chest" because it appears to be in two parts. Whether it's actually two pieces or not does not matter regarding the name, I think."
Jun 20
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Dotty's discussion any ideas about this brass bracket? in the group Whadja Find Today
"My guess is it's just decorative, though it would be nice to use to hang a birdcage."
Jun 12
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Ryan A's discussion Unusual mahogany home chest(???) in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think the paneled top might be original. Though at first glance it looks "unfinished" I think it's just worn from being exposed. The edge is molded also, which leads me to think that's the way it was made. As for it being a…"
Jun 11
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Ryan A's discussion Unusual mahogany home chest(???) in the group Whadja Find Today
"I don't think it could be the bottom to anything, because that would prevent opening of the lid. I would consider this 1870s-80s Renaissance Revival style, not Eastlake, though the two styles were pretty much contemporaneous."
Jun 10
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Kennin's discussion Prepare to be stumped... in the group Whadja Find Today
"The zig-zag and dot decoration on the outside is a typical pattern seen in the 1880s and 1890s."
May 25
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Lola Strickland's discussion Dated Nov. 25, 1879-cast iron in the group Whadja Find Today
"If you can contact the person who bought the bottles, perhaps he or she would buy the stand from you."
Apr 30
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Lola Strickland's discussion Dated Nov. 25, 1879-cast iron in the group Whadja Find Today
"If it had the bottles, it might perhaps be marked in a retail shop at between $100 and $200. Without the bottles, little value I would say. It might be possible to find a pair that would fit on line. There could be something special about it that…"
Apr 30
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Lola Strickland's discussion Dated Nov. 25, 1879-cast iron in the group Whadja Find Today
"It is a double ink well. The probably glass bottles fit into the square openings, and the round lids closed over the tops of the glass bottles. The holder for three pens is across the top."
Apr 30

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At 12:39pm on April 17, 2014, lundy'antiques/collectables said…

I have a vintage whaltham 8 day desk clock ,

At 10:36am on April 17, 2014, lundy'antiques/collectables said…

do yu or any buy clocks ty

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