this has been a family peice for as long as I can remember so would be well over 80years or more. It has a beautiful feel about it, silky in fact and it has the five Satsuma colours. I do not know if it was an export vase and have not been able to find any vase of this shape. Any help would be appreciated, thanks jeanette
This is a riding crop that looks like it was given as an award. The person's name printed on the handle is Beth Archbald and the date is Oct. 8, 1887
websters dictionary from 1877.
silver dish is engraved with a crown and under the rown is EiiR then under this is coronation 1953. the rim has raised grape leavesgoing around edging with bundles of grapes hanging down towards the flat surface of plate. the dish is tarnished but I am not sure if I should clean it or with what
I know nothing about records. My mom told me to find out as much as I could about the value of maybe 30 old 78's records. I have many many different artists. However, I do not have any of the original sleeves that they came in. I am pretty sure that they date between the 1930's thru the 1950's. Some of the artists that I have are the following: Tommy Dorsey, The Platters, Tony Bennett, Harry James, Ray Charles, Amos Milburn, Tab Smith & His Orchestra, Fats Domino, Erroll Garner, The Ravens, T-Bone Walker. These are just some of the names that I have. I emailed a record collector and he never responded. If you have any information that will help me please let me know, becasue I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.
I was told this was a" bonbon dish" It has a picture of Elizabeth 2nd on date on her coronation June 2nd 1953. THe colors are still very bright. however it does have a stress crack in it so it does not ring when tapped.