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.
Stoneware ink bottle. –John Dickson
Oval 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
I have no idea what this is… bought it at a second hand store… anyone know what it is? –Janice Arsenault. View conversation here.
Here 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
My 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