from: Patricia Hankins: “I have these crystal very intricate cups. I was told these are penny lick ice cream cups. I have researched and haven’t found any as delicate as these. Less than 3″ tall. No markings. Anyone have any clues as to manufacture.”
from: Donna Lariscy Madray: “Wondering what this crock jug was originally used for? It has a wire handle and a small hole/spout on the top You can see it from the front.”
from: Beverly Morgan: “We picked this up at an auction. Its about 8 ft tall and 3 ft wide. Wonderful carvings on the top and doors.One one the top of the doors is of birds sitting on a hammer and chisel. The others on the doors seem to be some musical instruments. Then braiding down each side of the doors. Its all shelves inside. I think its walnut. Its very heavy. I would like to know its history and worth. Can anyone help? Thank you”
from: Coralie A Dorsam: “Found at yard sale this morning for 10cents its a canning jar opener works very well yet today”
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