Featured Member Antiques: September 7

In our continued quest to highlight our favorite dusty old things, here’s today’s installment oftreasures you’ve contributed to ourcommunity. If you’d like your antique to be included, please share a clear photo of the object on its own or in an uncluttered setting, along with a description, on our Facebook wall.

270639_411785258881945_1029089019_nStoneware ink bottle. –John Dickson

548246_480808371938833_255374549_nOval platter. On the back it is marked “Wreath…E. Walley” Edward Walley produced pottery in England 1845 – 1865. I’m guessing the reason it has survived for so long is that it is very heavy. It’s big enought to hold a turkey. –Jackie Tinsley

539526_10151199577360491_1514808391_nI have no idea what this is… bought it at a second hand store… anyone know what it is? –Janice Arsenault. View conversation here.

395319_459972297359290_545420108_nHere are some of my watch fobs. These came all on one chain. He was also a Republican that liked growing flowers and theater. –Larry Krayer

581607_4624832981716_323523464_nMy newest acquisition, a gift from my Mother-in-law. A Fenton Pink diamond pattern mini glass bell with lavender daisies. Signed C. Griffiths. Script “F” logo. –Sharon A. Whitehead Smith

As always, come on back toDusty Old Thingto share your antiques and get advice on antique shows, antique appraisals, and antique and estate sales!