Posts tagged “Value”

NOV
06
2014

Rosemeade Pottery

By mwilcox

Rosemeadeduck

Rosemeade Pottery of North Dakota's main claim to fame was it's primary designer, Laura Taylor Hughes . Rosemeade made a wide variety of decorative figurines, vases and kitchen ware. They operated from 1940 to 1961 selling world wide, but the...

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NOV
03
2014

Antique Gothic Revival Furniture

By mwilcox

Gothcabinet

This is Antique late 19th Century Continental Gothic style piece, based on original cupboards made during the 1500's. The Gothic style has gone through a number of revivals, the biggest being during the mid early to mid Victorian era (1849-60)....

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OCT
24
2014

Values for Antique Powder Horns

By mwilcox

Powder2

This piece is a genuine antique late eighteenth to early nineteenth Century period powder horn, their original owners often incised initials, hunting scenes, names, names, dates and portraits to individualize them. It should also be noted that a...

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OCT
21
2014

Antique Electric Heater

By mwilcox

Antique Electric Heaters

Antique items like these sometimes confuse collectors as to what they really are. These are examples of antique decorative electric heaters. Most heaters of this type date from the early years of the 20th century , circa 1910. The one pictured in...

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OCT
16
2014

Antique Chocolate Set

By mwilcox

Chocset

Based on the images, at first glance this appears to be a pretty typical turn of the 19th Century Antique Chocolate set made, circa 1890-1910. Chocolate sets of this type were primarily produced in Austria, Germany and Limoges, France, the makers...

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OCT
09
2014

Antique Silver Plated Teasets

By mwilcox

Teaset Meriden

This teaset is by the the Meriden Britannia Company, it's silver plated and dates from the late 19th Century. It has a numerical marking of "1830", but this does not indicate the date, it's the model/design number. The Meriden Britannia Company...

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SEP
30
2014

Antonio Borsato Figurine

By mwilcox

Clowns

Antonio Borsato was a very well known Italian sculptor. It's estimated he produced over a thousand different designs up until his death in 1982, the bulk of his work dates from the 1970s. He worked with a variety of objects, such as: porcelain,...

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SEP
18
2014

Beatle's Butcher Album

By mwilcox

Beat

Capitol released this controversial album cover in June, 1966. This one, with the Beatles dressed in butcher's smocks, broken doll parts, and raw meat is referred to as the "first state" cover, it was recalled for pushing the envelope a bit too...

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SEP
17
2014

Antique Pittsburgh Oil Lamp

By mwilcox

Pittsburghlamp

The only identification on this antique oil lamp is the name "Success" embossed on the wick adjustment oil knob. Lamps with some sort of company name or patent date are much easier to identify and date than unmarked lamps. At times markings are...

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SEP
15
2014

Antique Bronze Oriental Vase

By mwilcox

Chinesebronzevase

This oriental vase is a late 19th century “made for export" example, most likely Chinese. Comparable vases were made right into the 1920s, purchased as souvenirs by businessmen and sailors stationed in Asian ports. These are often poorly...

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