I'm glad that you joined the group. Would it be a safe bet to say that your items are a silver overlay on crystal glass? If it is, then there would be most likely no marks about silver content or any hallmarks on…"
"Could this be a bucket opener? I know that sounds extremely strange to you, but I actually used something like this when I worked in the food industry. It looks like there is an edge on the part that abruptly ends, where you could pry up…"
Have you tried the website called "Antiques & Art Around Florida" (aarf.com) yet? It looks like it has a shop listing on it...mabye it has a couple of shops that have better prices for you. But you are right, I have…"
This should be fun "Let's Guess What This Is": present puzzling objects that the group will try to figure out what is it? Idea is to challenge the group and learn more about unique antiques and collectibles.See More
"You know what? You are absolutely right. Sometimes you think that you find out what something about the piece that you have, only to realize that what you think it could be isn't even close to what it really is. If you guys…"
"There have been quite a few patterns reproduced. The web site that has helped me out is justglass-online.com. It has a great list of all the patterns that have been reproduced, as well as what to look for (certain colors, where to look…"
The set books for $190 in The Collectors Encyclopedia of Depression Glass. The tray is $45, the salt and pepper shakers are $95, and the creamer and sugar are listed as $50 for the pair. I hope this helps you out. Give…"
John, as of this date, none. I'm new at this and I really haven't figured out how to sell here. But, I've got lots and lots of vintage items to list. When I get they listed, I'll send you a note. Thank you John for waking me up to the fact that I need to get off my, you know what, and start selling on this site.