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tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Patricia's discussion Antique Glass Inquiry in the group Whadja Find Today
"Technically?  Depression Glass was made during the Great Depression,1929-1945. The book I quoted by Florence calls it DG, and Replacements also calls it DG.  Early American and Depression Glass are two distinct time periods.  EA ends…"
Thursday
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to David Enders's discussion Need Help Identify Silver Pendant Mark in the group Whadja Find Today
"The author whom you say "got it wrong" writes books for a living. His book was most recently re-published in 2013. Scroll down, you'll see it.   https://www.amazon.com/Little-Mexican-Silver-Trade-Hallmarks/dp/0971120234 I…"
Feb 10
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to David Enders's discussion Need Help Identify Silver Pendant Mark in the group Whadja Find Today
"It "looks like" CXX or CII, but it's actually C-11, which stands for Section C, Design #11 in a book of mexican marks. There's one like yours for sale(auction).…"
Feb 9
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"Molly, Wow, what a spoiler. Your "And finally" is exact same person and outfit, beads, etc.  Looks like computer generated copy maybe? Way to go girl!!! Zeke, 1 is one-of-a-kind, but 2, 3,4 is mass production. I tend to agree with…"
Feb 3
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Allan Bennett's discussion Pair of carved wooden statues in the group Whadja Find Today
"The headdress says Bali or Indonesian area. Could be 100 years old or 6 months. Tourist trade. Value is around $45-50. each."
Feb 3
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion American Folk Art Relief on Veneer or Antique Plywood - Appreciate Comments in the group Whadja Find Today
"The production of plywood in the USA didn't begin until 1928.  It appears to me that a router was used to outline the woman and some features look like wood burning, whereas other areas are gouged or grooved. I don't see any carving…"
Feb 3
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Jeweler Maker Mark Help Please in the group Whadja Find Today
"TY for much better pics!  Not a pearl and yer right, not an opal. It's a mother-of-pearl cab. MOM cabs retail for $3.00 each...Now you need to polish the silver, especially if you plan to sell it. I think a value of $25.00 (auction) would…"
Feb 2
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Bryan Bender's discussion print or painting in the group Whadja Find Today
"The last name could be Caine or Cline, maybe Jay T., but nobody comes up.  Lots of Cline artists. Just because it's a print doesn't mean it's not valuable. Identify it if possible before you price it."
Feb 1
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Beverly Frick's discussion Gold mark in the group Whadja Find Today
"The cameo is made of carnelian shell in Italy. They can be purchased brand new for $139. USD + S&H.  Ebay has many for sale at auction, lowest price I saw was $6.39 (4 bids).  I didn't check "solds". I don't…"
Feb 1
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Patricia's discussion Antique Glass Inquiry in the group Whadja Find Today
"Looks like we (all of us, you included) discovered what you have. Does 1/8th inch matter? Your smooth rim is said to be 11-1/8" in the replacements link."
Jan 31
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Jeweler Maker Mark Help Please in the group Whadja Find Today
"Your pic is clear but angled and has flash-back. Take a straight-on shot w/o flash. Use natural or sun light. If using a camera use the Macro setting (tulip). The two black stones are cabochons (cabs) and the white was (past tense) an opal cab.…"
Jan 30
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Patricia's discussion Antique Glass Inquiry in the group Whadja Find Today
"Patricia, in the link you provided McKee's heir says the glass is molded. The name "Early American Depression Glass" is misleading in that it makes some, unsuspecting people believe it is "early American pattern glass, when it is…"
Jan 30
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to katherina martindale's discussion kitty string holder in the group Whadja Find Today
"I've got 1, gray cat, green eyes, broken--glued ear, original rounded scissors.  I also have a real gray cat, green eyes, torn (fight) ear, grumpy and mean (but he likes me). NFS"
Jan 29
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Patricia's discussion Antique Glass Inquiry in the group Whadja Find Today
"According to my Depression glass book (Florence, 1986, ISBN 0-89145-306-7, Pgs 164-167) the 11" in rock crystal is a footed vase. In 1986 value shown at $32.50.  It is not rare and comes in many colors. It is not eapg or cut glass or…"
Jan 29
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Margaret M Kindsvatter's discussion Help to Identify Hand Painted German ? Covered China Dish Insect Motif Twisted Handle in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think your pics are too large, reduce pixel size."
Jan 28
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Patricia's discussion Antique Glass Inquiry in the group Whadja Find Today
"I've always called this "crinkle glass" which is made by many companies. Yours looks a bit taller than drinking glasses (tumblers) so I'd call it a vase.  Maybe you can find more info in this…"
Jan 28
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Query - Silver Plate Mark - Old Sheffield Attributed to H. Wilkinson ca1825 in the group Whadja Find Today
"I've got some good news, I guess...which equates to bad news...argh. to quote you! I discovered that crossed keys is an old (1800s) European hallmark that denotes silver plate...and nothing else. Many cos used it, mostly UK but I saw some…"
Jan 27
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Query - Silver Plate Mark - Old Sheffield Attributed to H. Wilkinson ca1825 in the group Whadja Find Today
"I've got some good news, I guess...which equates to bad news...argh. to quote you! I discovered that crossed keys is an old (1800s) European hallmark that denotes silver plate...and nothing else. Many cos used it, mostly UK but I saw some…"
Jan 27
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Query - Silver Plate Mark - Old Sheffield Attributed to H. Wilkinson ca1825 in the group Whadja Find Today
"Here's another possibility.  I haven't found their mark yet. This set looks like the set Molly found but with different finials. http://www.silver-antiques.co.uk/antique-silver/d/antique-silver-tea-%26-coffee-set/142394/"
Jan 27
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Zeke's discussion Query - Silver Plate Mark - Old Sheffield Attributed to H. Wilkinson ca1825 in the group Whadja Find Today
"Jeff Guy before you think you need to do some research. The following is quoted from 925-1000 silverplate:  "Anyway, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Plate Worker, Norfolk Street, Sheffield entered its first mark in the Sheffield Assay Office on…"
Jan 26

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MARBLES SUMMARY FOR DEALERS

HI,

Dianne, IAO Editor-in-chief has asked me to write this Forum for the dealers. I am not an expert, but I have studied marbles intensely, have sold some on-line and spoken by e-mail to collector websites. The following is what I have discovered.



Marbles have been around for centuries. On line there are many, many websites devoted to marbles and history and some with prices. Glass artists today make beautiful marbles (small paperweights) and they sell for $350 and up. There are… Continue

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At 8:44am on June 26, 2017, Fred Thompson said…

Thanks, I still didn't get my text with the pic. I have Craig's list down pat and can usually keep up with the changes on Ebay. Luddite!

At 6:55pm on April 16, 2016, Charles A Peavey said…

Thank you for the welcome Tom! First of all I am in Northern CA not too far from the Oregon border, kinda halfway between the border and San Francisco on the Coast. Appreciate the offer of help. I own and operate The Blue Ox. My specialties include lamps of all kinds, sewing machines and other mechanical oddities, and Arts and Crafts era furniture and farm equipment and tools including tractors. I'm an antiques dealer, auctioneer and handle estate sales. I do repairs on lamps and antique furniture including upholstery. I've been in the antique business on and off since 1965. Best regards!

At 6:27pm on December 15, 2015, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…

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At 6:21pm on December 15, 2015, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
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At 11:21am on December 10, 2014, Barry A. Kelley said…

Tom, these were the comments you made back in 2009

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At 11:04am on December 10, 2014, Barry A. Kelley said…

Tom, thanks for the help with the portrait.  Yes, Changs does have the best Chinese food that I have had in the NW.  The portrait looks like it is a print not a painting. There does not seem to be any identification of any type on it although I have not removed it from the frame to see if there is anything on the bottom under the mat or on the back.  The mirror front when folded up is the American Indian portrait.  The frame is very ornate brass.  The portrait seems to be cardboard paper covered with some type of a glossy protective plastic finish.  There are no visible identifying marks on it either....frustrating.  It would be fun to take them both to Antique Roadshow.

At 12:31pm on August 27, 2014, ItsSewUniQUe said…

What are you asking me about the basket/.  Do you want to know if i want to purchase it or are you trying to get some info about it?

At 4:15pm on May 2, 2014, Brenda Adams said…
Sorry for to many letters in your name error !
At 4:14pm on May 2, 2014, Brenda Adams said…
Thanks tomsantantiquesecetra
At 10:39am on May 1, 2014, Jonathan Nelson said…
Hi tom got ur message. Thank you for helping with the gold sovereign coin but
I am afraid I never received anything from yourselve about it, thanks again though
 
 
 

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