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LB Laub replied to House of Charm Antiques Southinc's discussion Dollhouse Folks-anything great? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think your hunch is correct with the mid-century modern patio set being the best. I would guess it is German, probably by Bodo Hennig. Most of the other furniture came from basic packaged sets. "
Apr 18
LB Laub replied to Dale's discussion Glazed Terra Cotta Footed Pitcher? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think it is made to emulate stoneware like Doulton and Lambeth, or possibly a majolica, but I do agree it is probably actually made in Mexico."
Apr 11
LB Laub replied to Mike Smee's discussion Old Ashtray in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Mike, There are several examples like yours online right now, one of which is marked "Dodge, Inc. USA." Does yours have this mark as well? If so, your teepee ashtray dates after 1941. Ray E. Dodge started the company in 1927…"
Apr 11
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Apr 9
LB Laub replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Bisque Statue in the group Whadja Find Today
"Ahh, so beautiful! I think these figures qualify as "piano babies," which would have held a scarf in place on top of a piano."
Apr 7
LB Laub replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Does anyone know anything about this vase? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Tom, in what universe is that Majolica? The vase is clearly porcelain. I'm not saying it is guaranteed authentic Japanese Moriage, but it is certainly made to emulate Moriage. I do agree it could be Western European based on the transfer…"
Apr 5
LB Laub replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Does anyone know anything about this vase? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Aside from the center image, yours looks a lot like this one: https://www.etsy.com/listing/515892225/antique-nippon-heavy-moriage-handled?ref=market"
Mar 30
LB Laub replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Does anyone know anything about this vase? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I agree that it is a Moriage beaded ware, and like Vicki mentioned, the transferred portrait is very much Austrian in style. It is definitely not Majolica. "
Mar 30
LB Laub replied to Suzi Coward's discussion Hutton & Sons Apostle Serving Spoons. Marks seem to be neither Sterling or EPNS? Guidance welcome :) in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Suzi, Your William Hutton & Sons spoon is probably from Sheffield, England, c.1900. The old English "B" stamped on the back stands for "British." Is the next old English letter an "S?" If so, I wonder if that…"
Mar 30
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Mar 29
LB Laub replied to Jeannine Nield's discussion Bone? Ivory? What is this item please? Just over 4" long. in the group Whadja Find Today
"I can't quite see clearly enough in the pictures, but I can give you some tips. Bone has a grain which runs roughly in the same direction. You might also see brown spots, which are areas where the grain has been bisected at a 90 degree angle in…"
Mar 29
LB Laub replied to Holly Kontos's discussion White porcelain Sugar and Creamer with Wings in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi Holly, This set looks to be quite new. If I had to guess, I would say that it might have come from a store like Anthropologie. "
Mar 28
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Mar 27
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Mar 26
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

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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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