from: Doug Brooks: “I found this about 3 years back and never knew what it was. It was darkened over so much you couldn’t tell a lot about it. I got it for $8. Turns out it is nineteenth century Bidriware with silver inlay. I did all the checks and examinations and it checked out. Pictures do not do it justice, this is a beautiful piece!”
from: Natalie Ordunez: “My fathers viola 1901, style 1260 from Lyon & Healy Chicago by FF Pulven Rochester NY. Dad bought it in Toyhvale Texas”
from: Angie Lunsford Odom: “I would love some feedback on this beautiful pitcher that is either capodimonte or dresden? Maybe very early 1800’s.”
from: Theresa Smith: “My Oma bought this in Poland she paid 500 marks yrs ago I don’t know anything and there’s no writing”
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