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I simply enjoy the old world styling of items, made to bee aesthetically pleasing, flamboyant in design or outrageous in appearance, yet I also enjoy the convenience of modern technology and advances made in so many areas, I long to have a harmonious blend of both in most items I wish to have.
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Michael replied to Jeannine Nield's discussion Asian Eastern Goddess salt spoon in the group Whadja Find Today
"I would have to agree with Tom, they do indeed appear to be silver, the marking correspond, silver can indeed be lightweight for items this style, there are numerous examples of these spoons online all bearing the similar end design and 800 marking…"
Sep 9
Michael replied to Lisa Sheard's discussion Italian? Red Pottery Pitcher in the group Whadja Find Today
"www.onekingslane.com Selling for $55 Another 1950s Italian Art Pottery Jug Another Italian Art Pottery - this item used to be on eBay."
Aug 13
Michael replied to John Taglione's discussion Interesting Old Decorative Lamps in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi John Just noticed you have posted a new post for the same items, 'Two Retro Decorative lamps which I would like to know more about please?' you should delete this new post and add any additional notes and information or questions to…"
Aug 8
Michael replied to BikerBonnie's discussion what kind /type of glass is this? it is Tuthill glass, but what used for? in the group Whadja Find Today
"It could also have simply been a finger bowl. (A bowl of water used for washing your fingers with after the final course.)"
Aug 7
Michael replied to John Taglione's discussion Interesting Old Decorative Lamps in the group Whadja Find Today
"Here is a lamp of the same decorative style as yours, however, this is a hanging lamp.  Yours is possibly a stand version made by the same people or a swinging lamp which has been later…"
Aug 7
Michael replied to John Taglione's discussion his machine which say Shorter #50 on it. .i believe Shorter made woodwork machines early on. Any help much appreciated . Thanks ,John in the group Whadja Find Today
"Here is a video of a similar scroll saw in action. https://i.imgur.com/GxR615Q.mp4"
Aug 7
Michael replied to John Taglione's discussion his machine which say Shorter #50 on it. .i believe Shorter made woodwork machines early on. Any help much appreciated . Thanks ,John in the group Whadja Find Today
Aug 7
Michael replied to John Taglione's discussion his machine which say Shorter #50 on it. .i believe Shorter made woodwork machines early on. Any help much appreciated . Thanks ,John in the group Whadja Find Today
"It's an antique scroll saw."
Aug 7
Michael replied to Lloyd Levine's discussion James Butler Inc NY Bottle in the group Whadja Find Today
"Advertisement for the grocery store Tom told us about. The Evening World., February 15, 1915, Final Edition"
Aug 6
Michael replied to Lloyd Levine's discussion James Butler Inc NY Bottle in the group Whadja Find Today
"I have located imagery of James Butler bottles with corks and writings in an advertisement 6th of April 1857, stating the lip design is to aid in pouring.  The bottles I speak of, having been used for writing ink, would certainly benefit from…"
Aug 4
Michael replied to Mike Dyneomike's discussion Found this doll at a garage sale. in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hi MIke Love your estimate... I'm afraid I don't have anything real to offer you in the way of information, I've looked into some doll makers in the past for some other dolls people have shown, without there being a specific makers…"
Aug 4
Michael replied to Lloyd Levine's discussion James Butler Inc NY Bottle in the group Whadja Find Today
"In the book, "A Bottle of Guinness Please": The Colourful History of Guinness, James Butler NY Inc is listed under a 14th March 1907 List of the Principal Bottlers of Foreign Extra Stout, at the address of 390-396 Washington Street, New…"
Aug 3
Michael replied to Ryan Baker's discussion Sea shell collection in the group Whadja Find Today
"Hello Ryan I grew up in a beach side community and have a vast array of sea life knowledge, but can't impart much without imagery. If you are experiencing difficulties trying to post any imagery, try instead some additional online…"
Aug 3
Michael replied to Asher Hicks's discussion Orihon Book in the group Whadja Find Today
"The clothing, drawing style and architecture are very Chinese, although as Jeff mentioned, Japan does have a lot of similarities, these images are intended to depict Chinese people, in China within the Chinese storyline. It's not so much that…"
Aug 3
Michael replied to Asher Hicks's discussion Orihon Book in the group Whadja Find Today
"Your story is the "Legend of the White Snake" and is a Chinese legend first put into writing during the Mind dynasty. Too lengthy to go into here, but if you visit en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legend_of_the_White_Snake you will find more."
Aug 1
Michael replied to Molly's discussion Animal-looking military iron toy (imo) in the group Whadja Find Today
"There was a toy company called Tootsie Toy, I think, who made all manner of die cast toy vehicles, among other things. Your tank looks like the Brazilian Renault FT. I looked it up on www.tanks-encyclopedia.com Obviously, the wheels on your toy…"
Aug 1

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At 9:16am on January 3, 2018, Molly said…

Good Morning...here...Michael,

I just noticed the friend's request.  I have started doing the URL thing and it seems to work somewhat.  Before, copy and paste was very easy and I was able to get a variety of sizes so it did not take up so much room.  I do not understand what happened to good old "copy and paste"?  Thank you for inquiring...I guess people will have to click on the links occasionally if they really want the information they've requested.

Have a great day

 
 
 

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