"Since Tom recognises your bottle as being made for Tequila and Lime, I'd say the other bottles are either copies or coincidence. They obviously must work well for wine/tea/beverages in general as well, given how many there are out…"
"How do you know it's silver if there are no markings?
Looks more like a creamer to me. For reasons unknown you didn't provide dimensions.
My guess is cream pitcher, EPNS, bakelite handle. If so, the handle is worth more than the…"
"Although I can find no specific information regarding your particular item, I would at least be searching for a teapot and not a gravy/sauce boat.
I can't date it accurately for you, that said, if the handle is made of bakelite, the…"
"It looks to me like an Iridescent Glass Lamp with Gold Filigri.
I found a similar style of finished lamp, but the shape is different. Perhaps made by the same company?
If you contact the seller, they know more information about the lamp."
I have this vintage lamp. It appears to be made of porcelain with gold decorations. As you hold and tilt the lamp it appears to look more like an oyster shell and takes on rainbow hues of color. The base seems to be made of brass. That's about all that I know and would greatly appreciate any additional info that anyone may have.Thanks a bunch!…See More
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