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Liz Bryman
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  • Melrose, FL
  • United States
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Liz Bryman replied to Naomi Buckingham's discussion Solid Sterling Silver Serving Spoon With NO Markings in the group Silver Antique And Collectible
"Naomi, Good News and Bad News: I have identified your pattern, happened upon it while researching something else. It is Grande Baroque (1941) by Wallace Silver. That's the good news. The bad news is that although your pattern is practically…"
Jan 2
Liz Bryman replied to Naomi Buckingham's discussion Solid Sterling Silver Serving Spoon With NO Markings in the group Silver Antique And Collectible
"Hi, Naomi, Very attractive baroque design! Regrettably so many patterns similar to this charming style were made by almost every silverware maker in the civilized world, from about mid-19th century and are still made. So it's a big task to…"
Jan 1
Liz Bryman replied to Bob's discussion Help identify this maker in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"Thank you, David Liche, for this information! When I first got this lamp I remember reading up on it and did see that it was probably made in China. Because of its attached base in black wood no makers' stamps can be seen, nor is there a…"
Nov 30, 2017
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Maggie-6-9-2013

"More Updates: Here at approx. 2 years Maggie May inspects her domains, our property grounds in N/Ctrl Florida. Incidentally it was determined by the owner of a local pet boarding facility that Maggie is definitely pure Rottweiler, not a mix. Is that…"
Nov 30, 2017
Liz Bryman replied to Bob's discussion Help identify this maker in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"Thank you! I thought so too, couldn't help showing it off.. forgive!"
Nov 28, 2017
Liz Bryman replied to Bob's discussion Help identify this maker in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"I have always liked Imari/Geisha ware. My mother had a small set of so called dragon ware tea cups, saucers, serving pot and accessories, it was very pretty. Similar to Geisha ware in execution but featured grinning dragons and evil looking people…"
Nov 28, 2017
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Bloomcraft Bark Cloth 1989

"The pillow covers and chair backs, plus accent pillows, were sewn by a very talented senior citizen lady friend who sells her works at a small local farmer's market. She made the covers from my patterns and design, and with two intermediate…"
Nov 28, 2017
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Bloomcraft Bark Cloth 1989

"Now the covers are here, also pillows!"
Nov 28, 2017
Liz Bryman replied to Bob's discussion Help identify this maker in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"Japanese Imari ware. Popular to bring back to Mom by the GIs in the Pacific conflict. Search Japanese imari ware on eBay to see similar ware and current market, use Completed Auctions/Sold for actual sold results."
Nov 27, 2017
Liz Bryman posted photos
Nov 16, 2017
Liz Bryman replied to S M's discussion Antique Flatware in the group Silver Antique And Collectible
"S.M., your flatware comes from the former USSR. It was made by several different makers there mainly in the latter part of the 20th century (I don't know if still made). The pattern shown is a variation on LOUIS XV. The base metal is called…"
Nov 15, 2017
Liz Bryman replied to Liz Bryman's discussion Johnson Brothers Royal Ironstone China Water Pitcher in the group British Ceramics and Australian Pottery
"Update: Am still looking for the matching bowl to the above Johnson Brothers Royal Ironstone pitcher. While on this quest I came across an auction for the Vintage Garden by Princess House water pitcher to go with the (repaired) wash basin I have. Of…"
Sep 21, 2017
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Johnson Brothers Royal Ironstone Water Pitcher

Seeking authentic basin/bowl for this early Johnson Bros. water pitcher. See my post in IAO British Pottery.
Sep 2, 2017
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Aug 13, 2017
Liz Bryman added a discussion to the group British Ceramics and Australian Pottery
Aug 13, 2017
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British Ceramics and Australian Pottery

Australian Pottery, Royal Doulton, Royal Winton, Carlton Ware, British Ceramics,.Clarice Cliff.
Aug 13, 2017

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My website Liz Collectible Jewelry went online in 1995. It features collectible jewelry, vintage accessories, fashions, and vintage silver flatware. I own and administer Jewelcollect Organization, jewelcollect.org, a free forum for jewelry collectors, also online since 1995.
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My Pet Peeves in Auction Listings

Surfing online auctions for finds can be fun. I do it all the time, seeking things I want, both for resale and for personal use.

Online auctions are to me the virtual Big Flea Market and as in a real flea market one must wade through tons of miscellany to spot the finds.

It's faster and more convenient to do it online of course and yet, there are some things about auction listings that do annoy me. 

Perhaps you too?

I shop mostly for silver…

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Posted on September 19, 2012 at 2:21pm — 18 Comments

The Olden Days Had Their Share of Snobbery..

 

The Silver Standard was a periodical issued by 1847 Rogers silverware manufacturers to their retailers for many years. It came out in small book volumes each year, mainly showing what the company was doing in advertisements to support  their retailers, with many fine images of their wares. It is believed that the last issues of the…

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Posted on November 11, 2011 at 12:24pm

Those Funny Antique Advertisements!

There were in the good/bad old days many products we wouldn't dream of using today, at least not for the reasons advertised.

But, oh, were they ever ADVERTISED  back then!

Some of these products are still around. The media would likely be severely criticized if the products were presented as in the old ads though.

Have a little chuckle on how the public was invited to diet with tape worms, blow smoke in the face of a date, eat lard, and…

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Posted on October 27, 2011 at 11:28am

Fish Eating Flatware, Whassadat?

 

On my silver flatware website I feature all kinds of silver utensils. Most styles or types are familiar to us but there are some not often used in the U.S.

Like special forks and knives for fish dishes. A lovely shell pattern silver-plated fish dining set by John Biggin of Sheffield, England, is offered on my site. Although it is vintage new-old stock, in uncirculated (never…

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Posted on October 15, 2011 at 7:16pm — 4 Comments

NOT SOLD at Online Auctions: Why Not?

Hello again, IAO'lers,



It's Spring time again and the cleaning urge strikes us. Time to clean the house, the yard, the office, and, yes--the website.



Are our featured prices in keeping with today's market? What used to sell for much more is suddenly selling for much less. How do we know if we should lower prices and by how much?



A little market research won't hurt. There's no better place to do it than on the Net where prices are posted for the world to… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2009 at 7:34pm — 1 Comment

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At 12:30pm on February 14, 2013, AntoinettesWhims said…

HAPPY  VALENTINE'S  DAY!

At 6:02pm on February 24, 2009, Oralei said…
Well, it is a pleasure to make your aquaintance. I have a hard enough time with just the English language! My husband travels all over the state of Florida and he tells me that Melrose is a pretty area.

I hope you like IAO as much as I've enjoyed it. It is so nice to talk with good people with the same interest. Blessings be yours. Oralei
At 3:20pm on February 24, 2009, Oralei said…
Do you speak more than one language as well?
At 5:15pm on February 20, 2009, Judith Katz-Schwartz said…
Hi Liz!
Wish I had the time and patience to still be in JC. Right now I'm stretched so thin you can practically see through me. Nice to see you here!
Best,
Judith
At 6:05am on February 19, 2009, Lisa C said…
hi Liz. thanks for turning me onto this site! be well, Lisa
At 6:43pm on February 18, 2009, carolyn said…
Hi Liz,
Glad to see you here, hope you will join our jewelry group
(Carolyn In Boston)
At 4:30pm on February 17, 2009, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
Welcome to our terrific site. I hope when you get comfortable here you will take the time to post some photos of your collection(s), join as many groups as you like (click on Groups at the top of your page) , make some friends, customize your profile page (easy templates provided), write an article, make an announcement on our main forum (main page) or post in any of the specialty group forums. Be sure to visit Whadja Find (tell others what you found) and also visit the Antique Market Place.(where you can sell antiques, collectibles, art.

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