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CUSTOM DESIGN River of Goods elegant, antique stained glass teapot lamp is a unique piece of vanity art that will dazzle your guests and be the talk of your next gathering. The intricate kettle shape is unlike any other table lamp on the market and the fine details, like a bronzed toned polyresin handle and spout, make this a true statement piece. STURDY LUXURY This indoor lamp is designed with high quality luxury in mind. The bronze base is made of premium, solid polyresin and the lamp is handcrafted into a classic teapot shape using 344 stained glass pieces and 38 cabochons that add an extra pop to this already exceptional antique furniture accent. EXTRA LONG CORD Tiffany-style stained glass lamps are a wonderful accent to any room, but when the cord can’t reach the outlet and has to be plugged into an extension cord, the elegance factor is diminished. That is why River of Goods designed our cord to be 75 inches long with an inline light switch so no matter where you rest this beautiful piece, it can easily reach any outlet. REAL GLASS Nothing is quite as dazzling as real glass. Our stained glass lamps are authentic, adding a stunning accent to any space. While some stained glass lamps can be heavy to move, our lightweight display lamp is only 2.4 pounds, allowing you to spread the decorative love throughout your home. PERFECT ACCENT PIECE This fancy and unique lamp is destined to be the center of attention as a warm, glowing table lamp or nightlight. Whether you place it in your bedroom, dining room, entryway or living room, this accent lamp will add a comforting glow and a Victorian accent. They also make a great gift for the tea lover or vintage Tiffany collector in your life! - 6.5 In x 6.5 In x 7 In - Weight: 2.4 lbs - Materials: Glass Lamp and Polyresin Base - Clean with a Damp Cloth or Lemon Oil Polish - Requires 15 Watt Bulb, Not Included
For sale a vintage Hall 6 cup teapot yellow in color with gold. Bottom is marked HALL MADE IN USA HALL 0799 6 CUP MADE IN U. S. A. (see pictures).
The antiques auction catalog stated there was a rare and valuable “veilleuse” in the next sale. That is a descriptive word a seasoned auction-goer would understand, but the antiques meaning is not in most dictionaries. ” The second meaning in large dictionaries is “small nightlight. ” But the current meaning for antiques buyers is an object that is used to warm drinks near a bedside as well as serve as a nightlight. A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. A three-part Gothic Revival veilleuse, made in about 1840, was auctioned in May 2015 for $1,476. It was decorated with hand-painted views of people inside a cathedral. The teapot and borders were covered with gold glaze. Q: I found a set of six bent plywood chairs tagged “Thonet. ” They look midcentury modern, and have a molded seat and an upright piece that supports a shoulder-height backrest. A: Mid-century modern furniture is popular today. Thonet is a well-known maker known for its bentwood furniture. Michael Thonet (1796-1871) began making bentwood furniture in the 1830s. He and his sons opened a factory in Vienna in 1853. The company still is in business and makes modern furniture and a modernized version of the original chair. A set of six molded plywood chairs recently sold for $350. SCROLL BOX. A knob on each side turns and scrolls through the different Mysteries. The box is 17 by 26 inches. A: Jacob Koenig, was born in Germany in 1862, immigrated to the United States in 1883, and settled in Jersey City, New Jersey. He sold religious items door to door before starting Koenig Brothers. Scroll boxes like yours sell online for about $40. FIRELESS COOKER. Q: I have an “Ideal” chest slow cooker with round heating stones made by The Toledo Cooker Co. The metal label reads “No. 18, Patented April 14, 1914, Patented July 7, 1914. ” Can you tell me about it and its possible value. A: The patents were granted to Charles E. Swartzbaugh, who invented the fireless cooker. He founded the Peerless Cooker Co. in Buffalo, New York, in 1884. The company was renamed The Toledo Cooker Co. about 1900, after it moved to Toledo. By 1916, the company was making two lines of fireless cookers, “Ideal” and “Domestic Science. ” The cookers worked something like today’s slow cookers, but were heated by hot stones, not a flame. Metal cook pots were set into a wooden box or chest insulated with asbestos. Cooking could be started early in the day and kept warm to continue cooking for several hours, which saved fuel and kept the kitchen cool. A recipe booklet issued by the company in 1917 claimed The Toledo Cooker Co. was the largest producer of fireless cookstoves in the world. Value of your cooker, about $100. DINNERWARE SET. Q: I was given a set of dinnerware that belonged to my great-grandmother. She emigrated from Italy in the early 1900s, lived briefly in New York, and then moved to Providence. Printed on the bottom of each piece: “Underglaze, J & E Mayer, JUNO. ” I have 12 place settings and many serving pieces. A: Joseph (. -1930) and Ernest (1857-1920) Mayer bought a water-powered pottery in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, and founded J & E Mayer in 1881. Their father had operated the Dale Hall Works in Burslem, England. The firm changed its name to Mayer Pottery Co. in 1888. The factory burned down in 1896, but was rebuilt on an even larger scale. After 1912, the company’s primary product became china for many different restaurants, railroads, ships, airlines and the military. Joseph’s sons continued the business, which was renamed Mayer China Co. in 1923. It became a subsidiary of Shenango China in 1964, was bought by Interpace in 1968, by Richard Rifenburgh in 1979, then by Syracuse China in 1984. The Beaver Falls... Given the mark, your great-grandmother’s Juno pattern dinnerware was made in the J & E Mayer era, between 1881 and 1888. CURRENT PRICES. Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. n Pedestal, oak, carved, column shaft, turned base, 4 paw feet, c. 1920, 30 x 12 3/4 inches, $70. n Map, New Orleans, color, parishes marked, Rand McNally Atlas, mat, frame, 1892, 13 1/2 x 11 inches,. Source: www.tylerpaper.com
But the current meaning for antiques buyers is an object that is used to warm drinks near a bedside as well as serve as a nightlight. A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. A three-part
But the current meaning for antiques buyers is an object that is used to warm drinks near a bedside as well as serve as a nightlight. A small teapot was added to the veilleuse in the early 1800s. The teapot was heated by an oil lamp. The teapot and
Scenic 3.2-mile route starts from Town Hall Square, goes by Surf Drive Beach and along Falmouth Harbor, finishing on grounds of St. Barnabas Church. .. Signing by Struna of historical mystery “The Old Cape Teapot” along with “The Old Cape House.
apple cider vinegar, chili powder, ground beef, hot dog bun, hot dogs, water, ketchup, mustard, onions, salt, sugar
american cheese, cayenne, black pepper, parsley, heavy cream, kosher salt, monterey jack cheese, nutmeg, panko, parmesan cheese, penne, whole milk
apricot, powdered sugar, sugar, teas
milk, lemon, cream, unflavored gelatin, strawberries
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