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Jeremy Woodoff replied to Buddy Clark's discussion Antique Nautilus Shell/Merman Lamp Info in the group Lighting Antique and Vintage
"I'm afraid I don't know the trademark, but it looks like a high-quality lamp, especially if the gilding is over cast bronze and not white metal. I would guess 1920's, maybe a little earlier."
Saturday
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Leigh Heldstab's discussion Floor Lamp, Old or not? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Metal parts might be brass or pot metal, which would not be magnetic. The pole is magnetic as there would be a steel rod going through the middle, regardless of what the visible material is. The poster indicated it was probably rewired, which…"
Feb 14
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Dawn Bowe's discussion Is this a perfume bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Inkwell?"
Feb 10
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Dawn Bowe's discussion Decorative Victorian? Etched glass globe in stand in the group Whadja Find Today
"Excellent! It certainly is a nice piece! It looks as if it were gold plated originally. If the metal is solid bronze or brass, it would be possible to polish it, though that would probably remove the remaining gold plating. If it isn't solid…"
Feb 10
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Leigh Heldstab's discussion Floor Lamp, Old or not? in the group Whadja Find Today
"My guess is that it is old. Looks too nice to be new. These were often plated metal, and the picture looks as though it is plating rather than paint. If so, to clean it, be very gentle--no abrasives at all. A coat of paste wax would then improve the…"
Feb 10
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Dawn Bowe's discussion Decorative Victorian? Etched glass globe in stand in the group Whadja Find Today
"Is it possible that the upper half has corroded into place, requiring you to loosen the threaded pieces to remove it? Perhaps the narrow ring at the bottom of the upper glass is supposed to lift out of the wider ring but is stuck in place.…"
Feb 10
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Thomas Saletta's discussion Very Large Wooden Floor Lamp in the group Whadja Find Today
"I guess it could have been used in a Masonic hall, but I think the lamp itself is not Masonic."
Feb 9
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Thomas Saletta's discussion Very Large Wooden Floor Lamp in the group Whadja Find Today
"Why Masonic? It's just an ordinary wood floor lamp, probably 1920s-40s. Google "antique wood floor lamp" images and you'll see lots of them. Unlike most of the metal ones, this one had a round shade supported from above…"
Feb 9
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Janet Green's discussion Unusual dresser - opinions on age, style, value? in the group Whadja Find Today
"The pulls look original--very odd to be oriented vertically, though. I still think it might be as early as 1910-20, though possibly as late as the 30's or even 40's."
Jan 17
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Sean Allen's discussion Possible Art Deco pottery Jug/Pitcher? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I have no idea about the date of manufacture, but it sure is nice. I wouldn't be surprised if it is a period piece, 1930's-40."
Dec 22, 2016
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Jeremy Woodoff's discussion Interesting tool in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you, Fred. These are apparently still made and used, though most I found on line are not this pretty."
Nov 13, 2016
Jeremy Woodoff added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Interesting tool

I found this beautiful tool at the local flea market today. It is made of brass and cast iron, with a wood handle. It is some kind of punch. Turning the handle lowers the shaft and sends the end of the punch into the receiving hole fixed to the base. It is spring loaded, so releasing the handle allows it to return automatically to the upper position. The decoration on the tool looks like Aesthetic Movement to me, which would date the tool to the 1880s. The letters F D are cast into the base, in…See More
Nov 13, 2016
Jeremy Woodoff replied to House of Charm Antiques Southinc's discussion Ivory or Bone? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I have read that the tiny specks of dark area indicate bone, unless the marks are just superficial."
Nov 2, 2016

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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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