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LB Laub replied to emily purpura's discussion Is this really a Whatsamajig? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi again! It is probably a glass counter from the late 1800s. Workers at glass factories used to use glass rings as counters to keep track of their output."
Mar 16
LB Laub replied to emily purpura's discussion Dresden Plate Identification in the group Decorative and Collectible Plates
"Hi Emily, Your large plate is called a charger. Chargers are typically used as underplates beneath dinner plates at the table, but in the case of yours, it appears to be a decorative cabinet piece. The plate has a transferred design with handpainted…"
Mar 16
LB Laub's photo was featured

"Rolling Pin" Foot Stool

The stool rotates in its base for a massage-like effect said to help soothe gout, c.1900.
Feb 18
LB Laub posted photos
Feb 15
LB Laub replied to Stuart beard's discussion Macabre odd ceramic swadled baby in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Stuart, You have a very nicely-made fairing. It was likely made in Germany for the English market, mid to late 19th century. Fairings get their name because they were often objects distributed at fairs. Yours is a trinket box, and the decoration…"
Feb 10
LB Laub posted a photo
Feb 2
LB Laub replied to Michelle Kelley's discussion dining table and chairs in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Michelle, It looks to me like your dining set was made from scraps of older late 19th century furniture. The designs on the undersides of the chairs were once the decorative elements in other earlier pieces of furniture. It was certainly common…"
Feb 2
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My Cup Of Tea: Tea Antiques And Collectibles

For lovers of teapots, tea cups, tea linens, tea sets, tea cozies, infusers, strainers, teaspoons, images, advertising, ephemera,Tea Rooms,Tea food etc.See More
Feb 1
LB Laub replied to BikerBonnie's discussion need help identifying this dish in the group Whadja Find Today
"There are Daniel backstamps, but they are not present on many objects. "
Jan 20
LB Laub replied to BikerBonnie's discussion need help identifying this dish in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think there is a good possibility that it is English; perhaps H&R Daniel."
Jan 20
LB Laub posted a photo

Showing a little leg

Empire table with lyre-shaped base, c.1835-45.
Jan 11
LB Laub replied to Patsy's discussion English Teapots?? in the group Whadja Find Today
"These are not teapots. They are invalid feeders. They would likely have been used by a nurse to feed a sickly patient, or by a family member to tend to the sick at home. They were filled with a watered down bread and milk slurry called pap. I would…"
Jan 10
LB Laub replied to Sean Allen's discussion Possible Art Deco pottery Jug/Pitcher? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi there. Really interesting piece! You might want to contact Andrew Muir. He seems to have a good inventory of Art Deco art pottery: http://andrew-muir.com/ ;"
Dec 22, 2016
LB Laub and AC Silver Antiques are now friends
Dec 13, 2016
LB Laub replied to Cindy DuHaime's discussion French Pewter Canister Set in the group Whadja Find Today
"I just came across an ended listing on ebay for the same set. The largest canister has a "Made in India" sticker on the bottom. It'd be interesting if these were made in India for the French market prior to the liberation of the…"
Dec 7, 2016
LB Laub replied to Cindy DuHaime's discussion French Pewter Canister Set in the group Whadja Find Today
"Based on the heaviness you describe and the mottled molded appearance, I really think these canisters are cast iron painted a silver color to look like aluminum. The middle-sized canister in your picture 003.jpg appears to have some rust on it,…"
Dec 7, 2016

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At 12:23pm on February 6, 2016, Ellene Meece said…

Just read your profile! I love it that you are a young museum professional. Being the president of our historical society that manages our museum, I am proud of you.

Also, I am very glad you are part of the China Chat group! Please feel free to post discussions and of course answer questions for others who post. You expertise is appreciated!!

Ellene

 
 
 

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