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Tonya Dalhaus
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tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Can anyone tell me about this little guy? in the group Whadja Find Today
"How tall is "little"?  I saw a little elephant.  What is it made of?  What is that yellow thing? What does the bottom, back, and sides, and yellow thing look like? (Pictures would help)."
Sep 26, 2014
Tonya Dalhaus added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Can anyone tell me about this little guy?

This little soldier boy is marked Japan on the bottom. His base is very square and I wonder if its part of a chess set or something? The lines are very symmetrical so it came out of a mold and it is hand painted. I cannot seem to find anything like it. I appreciate any information on him. Thank you!See More
Sep 22, 2014
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Whadja Find Today

The group that will help you figure out what you found, inherited, acquired. Thousands of members assist you with identification and evaluation of antiques, collectibles, art.  See More
Sep 22, 2014
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Craig has a good point about the condition of yours and worm damage.  Value would be considerably less than $3,000. You might consider "marrying" a new top on it, or not."
Apr 23, 2014
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Charles this post is about a table, not antique dealers in the town where Tanya lives. What is the relevance?"
Apr 23, 2014
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"looks like a simular match tom, looks to be the legs match real good the angle support brackets different style looks to be in better condition the top on the table in question has be infested with insects  Craig"
Apr 23, 2014
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Doesn't look "married" to me.  Looks like Italian Renaissance Revival, 1870s-1880s.  Value is around $3,000. USD.  At least the one in my link sold for that much... http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/16099/lot/9333/"
Apr 23, 2014
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Family stories are all good and nice and fun, but I let the furniture do the talking. I would need some very specific pictures or better yet put my hands on the pc to tell if is that old or not. the dolphin head on the end of the angle brace is…"
Apr 23, 2014
vicki hufstetler replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Is this table 15th century earlier or later? It came from Italy. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Hi Tonya, That is an interesting piece, but I don't think so. It looks more of a "marriage" meaning the top appears to be very old (more like early 19th c. perhaps) while the base looks to be Victorian era, dark walnut. ( 1850 - 1910…"
Apr 22, 2014
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Tonya Dalhaus at Concord, NH

April 16, 2014 from 2pm to 7pm
Contents of New England farmhouse attic. Trunks, vintage tools, two bureaus, door knobs, glassware, chairs, commode chair, state liquor bottles, vintage kerosene lanterns, typewriter, books and lots of vinyl records and more....
Apr 15, 2014
Laura Pierce replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion 15th-17th century Italian furniture in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
"love the refectory table - it looks Spanish or Italian;  the marquetry inlaid commode looks Italian as well.  What is the joinery for it?"
Apr 8, 2014
Tonya Dalhaus added a discussion to the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
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15th-17th century Italian furniture

Does anyone have suggestions on finding a buyer for a rare and high end collection of 15th-17th century Italian furniture? There's about 7 very large pieces and several mirrors. The pieces are remarkable. There are also 2 bronze sculptures. I have a small antique business but my expertise is in early American. I'm brokering this collection for a friend. One of the tables is extremely old, hand carved and the tell tale worm holes. I think it might even date back earlier. It looks similar to…See More
Apr 8, 2014
Tonya Dalhaus joined nina burke's group
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Furniture Antique and Vintage

Share information, resources, photographs about pre-1900 and post 1900 furniture.See More
Apr 8, 2014
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Tonya Dalhaus's discussion Can someone tell me the age and wood of this Dresser? I was told it was Ash. in the group Whadja Find? Ask Us! Identification and Evaluation
"Pics don't look like ash, looks like black walnut.  Are there holes on back that could be from a mirror that might now be missing? Circa 1920s-40s."
Jan 14, 2014
Tonya Dalhaus left a comment for Keith Johnston
"I can't seem to add more then one photo in a discussion post on Whadja find. When I add a second photo it just replaces the first. Is there a way to do that? I see others are posting multiple photos. Thanks!"
Jan 13, 2014

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I'm originally from NH but moved to Colorado to pursue a masters in professional communications. I've always had a passion for antiques since I was a little girl. My parents sold some antiques for a short time at flea markets and I was hooked. I recently decided to finally take my passion and open a small space at a local indoor market. My business which is about a month old is called Modique.
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Being from New England, my experience is mostly in nineteenth century early American furniture and collectables. The market is so different out here! They have a saying "if you cant sell something paint it white". I'm still wrapping my brain around defacing antiques to get that shabby chic look that seems to be so popular out here. My Pepe who refinished antiques to their original beauty must be rolling in his grave!
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At 1:32am on January 10, 2014, kathy park said…

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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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