I have a coffee pot, cream or sugar container, 8 cups and saucers and a platter. I cannot find the name of the pattern anywhere. I believe it is from 1961 or 1962. It’s white with birds and vases. The coffee pot is signed by Bjorn Wiinblad and is stamped Studio Linie. Can anyone tell me the pattern and/or the approximate value?
About 10 years ago I was dropping some items off to the donation Bank when I saw this beautiful large black and white scenic oil painting by Whitman many years I wanted to know what it was worth but ever since I had it benefits from one room or another kind of brings me peace.
This stove is at least 200 to 300 years old. This belonged to my husband's great grandmother. As you will see from the pics it has held up well it was used about 30 years ago but has been in storage since that time. We are looking to sell it. I have not been able to find out what the number 3 stands for that is stamped on the side. All of the parts are original. No handles missing. I also have some other cast iron products that could go with the stove. Let me know what you think.
Hi, I found a Dresden tea saucer I believe it is, in great shape but no idea how much it is at all. All I can find is "Dresden like" online, I'd appreciate any help with an estimate, thank you very much!
Hi there, first time posting here, hope everyone is doing well. I've found myself a Carltonware Biscuit Barrel and cannot find one online exactly like it. Closest I've come is the same look but on the bottom it said 1915, not 1865.
I'd really appreciate any help on finding a rough estimate on what it's worth, thanks really appreciate it!
Zippo Barcroft Pat No. 4, 2032695
The Zippo Barcroft is the proud successor of the Zippo #10 which was produced till 1953. The Zippo Barcroft was manufactured between 1953 and 1979 in Bradford, United States and also in Canada. One often refers to it as the 4th edition or version of the Barcroft Table Lighter which is a simple combination of a traditional Zippo lighter insert and an attachable pedestal base.
This one has a polished chrome finish and engraved red initials JLF.
The lighter insert can be removed from the pedestal and used as a normal Zippo pocket lighter. The base is padded with black felt. This Zippo lighter insert is marked:
PAT. 2032695 MADE IN U.S.A.