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    Without a marking it's impossible to determine a...

    Without a marking it's impossible to determine a maker, but it's generally 19th Century and referred to as "Bristol Glass", after the area in England where a great deal of it was manufactured. In...
  2. Based on the design these are fairly modern as...

    Based on the design these are fairly modern as stemware goes, unlikely to predate World War Two. During this period most stemware of this type was Czechoslovakian . Most of the big names in glassware...
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    Based on your images it looks like it's not...

    Based on your images it looks like it's not really all that old, it's a Punch /Champagne fountain, it's just missing it's pump.
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    Looks like a modern version of an antique Korean...

    Looks like a modern version of an antique Korean Wine Pot, the antique versions would not have stamped markings and there would be three spur marks on base where it was raised off the bottom of the...
  5. Thread: What is this?

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    It's a folding "Camp Cot", originally it would...

    It's a folding "Camp Cot", originally it would have had a canvas bottom. These were used as extra bedding when there would be an overload of guests, the smaller ones used for children. They can date...
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    It would be hard to really put a value on, as the...

    It would be hard to really put a value on, as the main market for it would be from people who restore these music boxes, which is a very small market. I would suggest a value of $50.00 to a someone...
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    if the mark is "Lalique ® France", or used the registered trademark symbol ® anywhere on the piece, it is not a Lalique glass item made during the lifetime of Rene Lalique. The mark indicates this...
  8. It's possibly by William Henry, who was a 20th...

    It's possibly by William Henry, who was a 20th century painter, but there is very little information about him and we have no auction results for him. At auction similar paintings sell for about...
  9. Mechanical pencils like this date from the...

    Mechanical pencils like this date from the 1930's, values depend on what they are made with, as some are sterling or 800 grade silver. Most go at auction for less than $25.00
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    An odd mark to be sure, we don't have this one on...

    An odd mark to be sure, we don't have this one on file, but it postdates 1891 when most European companies began to use country of origin marks to deal the American Trade tarriff regulations enacted...
  11. The smudges should come off with warm soapy...

    The smudges should come off with warm soapy water, which is your safest bet. Japanese pieces like this tend to post date World War Two and were made right through the 1960's for the export market....
  12. Thread: Can you help

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    Based on the decoration it's hard to say what its...

    Based on the decoration it's hard to say what its original purpose was, generally glass lined containers like this were used for condiments, jams, mustard, sugar or toothpicks and matches. From what...
  13. Based on the marking my money would be on Arnart,...

    Based on the marking my money would be on Arnart, it's basically a fake Kalk company porcelain marking. They made huge numbers of these 19th Century style porcelain figures, the figures themselves...
  14. Native American Textiles really require a...

    Native American Textiles really require a physical appraisal to determine vintage, authenticity and materials, but from what I can see this one could date as late as the 1940's.
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    What are the measurements, and are there any...

    What are the measurements, and are there any markings on them
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    That's what it is, a 1940's/50's Vintage Rustic...

    That's what it is, a 1940's/50's Vintage Rustic Cottage Industry Crafts Ball Sculpture Puzzle. I've seen these retail for as much as $180.00, but sell for far less at auction. I've no information on...
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    From what I can see it's a late 19th to early...

    From what I can see it's a late 19th to early 20th Century example based on the "Gone with the Wind" types. These were hugely popular in the 1980's, but values for them have dropped quite a bit in...
  18. Based on the images this does appear to an...

    Based on the images this does appear to an Italian Decoartive Art item made after WW2. Most postdate the 1950's and originally would have had a paper or foil label from the Importer, which were often...
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    I don't have any information on that marking,...

    I don't have any information on that marking, which means it's not by any of the big name ( Read Valuable) makers. The mark looks to be quite modern, there was probably a foil or paper label attached...
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    From the look of it and inscription it was...

    From the look of it and inscription it was printed as part of a fund raiser for the Washington county committee for African hunger relief and probably sold through churches and Humanitarian groups. I...
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    It's one of thousands of pressed glass patterns...

    It's one of thousands of pressed glass patterns made from the turn of the 19th century through the 1920's. Here's a great resource for you: Pattern Glass School
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    This looks like "Jersey Lily" aka "Lacy Valence"...

    This looks like "Jersey Lily" aka "Lacy Valence" "Persian Shawl" aka pattern made in the late 1800's by the Riverside Glass Company. This one appears to be missing its top lid.
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    It's a necklace stand, and not a very old one...

    It's a necklace stand, and not a very old one either, based on the construction and style of it, it's unlikely it predates the 1960's and could date as late as the 1980's. These were sold through...
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    Could you upload an image of the marking on...

    Could you upload an image of the marking on yours? According to the information I have the design for the Bulldog itself was registered Circa 1915, but may not have been issued at that time because...
  25. Thread: Corot painting

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    Oil paintings generally require a physical...

    Oil paintings generally require a physical appraisal to determine their authenticity, vintage and value. Values for works in the style of Corot vary considerably, I've seen pieces in the "School of...
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