Good morning, I have these 2 matching 3 1/4 inch long coinsilver pictureback spoons which I believe are American Coinsilver. They have a nice floral picture on the backs and beveling on the fronts with AW in fancy script for the monograms. These seem like 1780-1810 pattern items to me. They are the same basic form as my John Meyer dove back spoons which are 1780-1820ish Philidelphia. They might be David Mygatt who worked Danbury CT and later New York ca. 1804. I might already have this solved, however, I know better than to assume to much.
I have found a brass mask that I believ to be African in origin. Was wondering if anyone might be able to confirm this, along with a region and possible age. Measures 11" long, 4 3/4" wide and is 3 1/4" in depth. Thanks
Hi! Can anyone tell me anything about this nice hand painted bowl? I saw several Acoma pots that had similar very detailed geometric designs. This one has some age to it. Can anyone confirm or deny if this is Acoma pottery and the approximate age? Here are the pictures....
This lovely bowl measures about 5" diameter x 2" tall.
I have this framed copy of the Lords Prayer with a copyright date of 1881. I can't seem to find any information on it and was hoping somebody may have some insight.
Thanks in advance
This sign is a barn find---I am planning on keeping it but does anyone know any history or value attached to it?