Re: Liberty Bell 1776 Rocking ChairComment by MarkBlemishI’m not finding the exact chair but found two that are very similar by Lock 1776 https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-hitchcock-early-amer-lock...https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-lock-1776-solid-birch-roc...
Here’s another very similar one that sold on eBay, Virginia House is either the company or model https://www.ebay.com/itm/OVERSIZED-Vintage-Tavern-Stenciled-Rocker-Rocki...
And another Virginia House rocker where they are asking what I’m sure is an insane price https://www.ebay.com/itm/Virginia-House-Rocker-Rocking-Chair-Rare-Vintag...
One more of that brand https://www.ebay.com/itm/Oversized-Virginia-House-Rocking-Chair-Vintage-...
A google image search of Virginia House rocking chair will turn up several more. Maybe watch the eBay ones and see if they sell to try and figure out a value. I’d guess around $100 for auction.
I don’t know if either of those makers made your chair but they are the most like yours that I can find.
Re: Liberty Bell 1776 Rocking ChairComment by franciscocastilloHi there,
I have the exact same rocking chair that I found at a yard sale in Old Town, San Diego, CA. I have been trying to find more information about this chair but I can't seem to find any, there is no brand or any engraving other than the 1776 liberty bell with the leaves and on the bottom of the chair there is what seems to be a serial number that was printed on with black ink but it's so old i think some numbers got rubbed off or sanded. Let me know if you find anymore information about this chair I would love to learn more about it.
Re: Hand painted plateComment by MarkBlemishI found this one that sold on eBay https://picclick.com/Johann-Seltmann-Vohenstrauß-JS-Germany-V-Porcelain-White-282443177083.html
And here are some on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/875944576/5-antique-dessertcake-plates-hand...
Yours appears to have a line/crack so not sure what that would do to the value. I won’t try to estimate as I don’t know.
Re: commerative wall plateComment by MarkBlemishHere’s what I’ve found https://www.ebay.ie/itm/Orig-porcelaine-plate-Olympic-Games-MUNCHEN-1972...https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-anzeige/olympiade-1972-bavaria-diszi...https://www.dphtrading.de/produkte/sammelteller/sobg08
There are other styles as well. Not sure what actual value is since all these are different. The middle one being about $46 in U.S. dollars.
Re: Teapot Blue GrapesComment by LovejoyIt looks like Adderley Chelsea, but it's very unusual not to have a company marking. China like this was designed to resemble old 18th Century Spode, but dates well into the 20th. Not much demand for the pattern or type, values listed by Replacements are highly inflated, comparable pots often sell for under $50.00.
Re: Teapot Blue GrapesComment by MarkBlemishI’ve only found other pots as well. Looks like Adderley Chelsea. Some info with trademarks here http://www.thepotteries.org/allpotters/8a.htm
A sold search on eBay shows Adderley Chelsea not going for that much. Here’s a set that went for $88 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Royal-Adderley-Blue-Chelsea-Fine-Bone-China-Eng...
Here’s some retail replacements https://www.replacements.com/search?query=adderley+blue+chelsea+blue+teapot
I’ll add more if I can find your exact teapot.
Re: Broyhill Premier Tangier Dresser and 2 nightstands with...Comment by InstappraisalBroyhill Premier Tangier Dresser and 2 nightstands with 2 mirrors
Broyhill began production of the Premier line in 1957 at their Lenoir Chair Company plant, with a specialized sales force of 30 and an extensive national advertising campaign. The Premier included a number of different styles, including the Tangier's line made through the 1970's. The premier line was popular, but the company did not turn a profit until the mid 1960's.
Unlike Mid Century Modern furniture in the Danish style, demand for furniture in the Moorish Tangiers style is not currently in demand and values for it remains modest at this time. Comparable pieces now often sell at auction for under $600.00.
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Re: Antique Chinese BowlComment by InstappraisalOne late 19th Early 20th Century Chinese Rose Medallion bowl
The mark reads "Da Qing Guangxu Nian Zhi " most with this read seal mark date 1875-1908). Values for this type of porcelain is a bit weak, it last peaked in the early 1990's, Currently comparable bowl often sell at auction for under $200.00.