Was wondering if anyone might be able to help me identify when this ANRI woodcarving was made. Has a paperlabel on the base that reads Woodcarving by ANRI Italy. Also has another paperlabel that reads Jongleur, which I have found out was the term for a traveling entertainer in medieval France & England. This measures 12 3/4" tall. 6 1/4" wide and is 3" deep.
Hello, This was purchased at the Brimfield antiques show and we're unable to find anything out about it. It appears to us, to be marked as a pound of silver. We even brought it to a local jewler who said he couldn't be sure either and was uninterested in purchasing it. Thanks
Is this a Jade vase???...Any help appreciated,
I also posted a thread for this piece on the Pottery, Glass & Porcelain board.
This piece is 10 3/4 inches in height and made with a reddish brown pottery. It appears to be a bartender and he is holding a bottle inscribed "vinho do porto" which I believe is Portuguese for "port wine." It appears to be old, lots of crazing and some rippling to the glaze in the back that has chipped off a bit. No markings on the bottom.
I haven't been able to find anything like it. Any help with age, origin and key words for listing purposes would be great. Thanks!
I can not find another vase like this. It is 9 5/8 inches in height and parked on the bottom. Can anyone tell me the age, origin and possibly read the mark on the bottom? Any help at all would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I hope the pictures upload works this time
can anyone help me identify this item,
It measures about 3 1/2" tall
Its spring loaded, with a lever in the back that slides up and down ( or open and close)