John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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The heart-shaped bracelet with double links is a good heavy weight and currently has a happy birthday a double heart and a telephone charm along with a green heart-shaped stone charm. The heart shape themes carry completely through even on the charms.
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Lady strolling in well landscaped park with latticed side gazebo. The painting is still in the original gold leaf over oak frame. A well detailed large residence rises above the trees on the side of the park.
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This etching of a cathedral shows the interior in incredible detail. The columns are decorated with spiraling leaves and a priest is shown kneeling in prayer on the geometrically patterned floor. The Corinthian columns add to the grandeur of this piece.
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Approximately an 18 point diamond is bead set in a pyramid atop this filigree base with a type of spider web filigree on each side. This ring has a lot of sparkle and fire to the filigree edges and reflects light extremely well.
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The classical style of the creamer and sugar will go with any pattern of silver you have. The quality is there and the feel to the hand would make entertaining enjoyable.
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19th Century Brass Trivet, four turned legs with small ball feet, the top features a pair of interlocking squares with a smaller square in the center. The structure is sturdy and the trivet would easily hold a large pot for heating purposes. The base is marked W. T. & S with a star above and was purchased years ago by a collector on a trip to England. Fireplaces add a touch of warmth to our home interiors and this certainly would be an appealing addition to a collector.
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This elegant pendant has an interior under glass of green iridescent colors. The interior may either be enamel or some form of cloth but it is difficult to tell. The entire image is well sealed in glass with a sterling backing. The effect of this is almost of a butterfly wing in color being so rich. This would be extremely elegant worn with a either white or dark color. The weight is good and the quality is very evident.
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The photo of a Cranberry glass against red background does not do the color justice but the Cranberry color is rich with a slight swirl in the glass for design. The collar seems to be original as does the brass burner.
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This Oak sewing tool box for machines still has the original US Patent date of Feb. 19 1889 impressed on the front. The concealed hinges on all four corners open to reveal a tool interior for sewing machines of the late 19th century.
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a very useful item in the kitchens of old also useful today.