"TGH: When you forget where your Original Post is go to YOUR "My Page". You already posted this and people have replied. If you have additional comments or info or wish to thank somebody "Reply" to your original…"
"tgh: it's called a Grecian Urn. I can't tell what yours is made of and you didn't say. They could be porcelain, marble, alabaster or other forms. Is the gold applied after firing or before (if porcelain)-it almost looks like…"
This piece is 5 1/2: high and is unmarked. I have never seen another one even similar and would appreciate it if someone could help me. It is over 50 years ago and probably much more than that. The overlay is very heavy.Thank you.…See More
This bird I think was hand carved marked Made In England with indiscernible information on the mark. It was purchased in the 1920's. It has a striker as well as the little match holder, glass eyes and am not certain what the beak is made of. I think it is an ostrich but am not certain about that as well. Stands 8 1/2" high. Any information would be greatly appreciated!See More
Surgeon General's Warning: Joining this club could drastically increase the likelihood that you will buy more tobacciana. If you do smoke please do so responsibly, by saving all of your packaging etc. for future Tobacciana collectors to unearth...See More
A very big welcome to our terrific site, we hope that you get involved in many of our groups, and post some photos of your collection(s) etc with the information on yourself already on your page. When you get comfortable here please…"
A very big welcome to our terrific site, we hope that you get involved in many of our groups, and post some photos of your collection(s) etc with the information on yourself already on your page. When you get comfortable here please would you add an avatar picture and feel free to customize your profile page, to make it more you (easy templates provided)
Then you can start exploring the site and join as many groups as you like, let us know your interests and we can point you in the right direction as to which groups to join, if you only want specific topics. Invite some friends from the group, this is very easy and we have such a great group of people, write an article or make an announcement on our http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/forum (found on the main page) or post in any of the specialty group forums. Be sure to visit Whadja Find (tell others what you found remember to read how to post the photo’s correctly not links and add a detailed description to enable the others to give help easier). Visit the Sell My Antiques Group (where you can sell antiques, collectibles, art etc, should you wish to sell an item) By the way....each group has its own forum and also a comment wall (like a bulletin board). Forums help keep the threads (topics) organized. You are always welcome to start a new forum in any group. The Main forum is for general announcements for the whole community. If you need further help click on the Help Desk button at the top of your page. This feature provides answers to frequently asked questions and other tips, suggestions and information. Should you get stuck on technical matters or need to report an issue use the "Report an Issue" button on the very bottom of your page. Please tell your friends not already on the site about us. You can invite new members by clicking on the invite button on the top of you page,
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