" I agree, it does look like a cheese form. I am going to post several pics shortly, of some glass, pottery, and porcelain, that I am haveing some difficulty id'ing the maker. I hope someone cna help me ... it has been an ongoing…"
"I checked out you ebay reference, you might want to check out item # va3399, in the ebay listing,... It is an "oil gauger tape, mint" Course anyheavy counter weight that keeps an item that is is hung from true and straight .. Keeps it…"
"Well guys, I hate to tell ya this Fred, but Tom IS ACTYALLY 100% correct on the ID of this tool. You see I'm from Walden Colorado, previously front range and now on location for work on front range currently. I am 57 years old, I collect…"
"I beleave that you have the "MOONSTONE " pattern by ANCHOR HOCKINGGLASS COMPANY" it was produced in ocean green with opalescent hobnails,blue with same, and crystal. I don't know if they ever made a yellow or not. It may be…"
"I'm not sure, but I think that your makers marks are casted into the bottom of the lamp. Look on the four side , in the center of each. Some may appear to be part or the "scrolling" when in fact on closer observation many times it is…"
"good morning, I think I can help you with this. I believe that this is actually a personal tea steeper. You would use tea leaves, pour hot water in it and put the lid on. When you felt that the tea had steeped long enough to be the proper strength…"
My Gma was born in 1882. I have a plastic brooch that belonged to her. Not sure if it is Lucite, Bakelite, or what??? There are no marks on it AT ALL... however it is beautifully done, the detail is very nice. Does anyone have any help for me. grandmas%20brooch%20%284%29.jpgSee More
I live in the mountains, Colorado born raised. I am a grandmother of 7, I am an artist, leathercraftsmen, woodworker, painter,collector. I love to camp, arrowhead hunt, and rock hunt. I lost my husband 2/16 from a long 10 year fight with cancer. I am now "re-awakening" into the real world. I have been led back into my roots, and reaquainted with a high school heart-throb, whom has proven to be probably the best thing that has ever happened to me. He also is a collector...of TRACTORS; ( he has around 185 of them!!!) His collection is much larger than mine.hee hee, but mine is filling every nook and craney,car,buildingm,ect. at my house in WAlden. I need to thin down some! I am "snow-birding" this winter. Thought I would never say that, but... here I am1 I'm in Loveland for the winter, but plan on going up briefly to Walden in a few days.
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I come from a long line of collectors.. my whole family (on both sides ) has the love of cool and unique items. I love auctions, garage sale etc. but I really like opening up a box in my storage (have a big one) and see something that I forgot about 10 years ago!! That's fun!! ha ha
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This old chainsaw, and Yesterdays Tractors
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no, I simply do not have the time
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