John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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The brass of this inkwell is simply flowing in design and shows many of the Art Nouveau influences no makers mark but quite well crafted.
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A very well detailed ladies faux blue oval cabacheon set filigree pin is well detailed with a very tailored and trim edging. The front side is yellow, the back has been white plated wearing off. This is a good size that a normal wearer would get a lot of use and would be a very favorite piece. The pin is in good structural condition, clasp working and the overall impact one of delving into a relatives jewel box and coming out with a treasure.
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Some little girl loved this doll, kept her in this outfit and kept her for adoption for the next generation. I dont have a clue as to who the maker is. The head is held by an aluminum strap and is slightly loose but is still attached. The arms are in good condition, with all parts here. This is a doll that could be repaired if desired.
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This Doll is made completely of cloth. His hat and the one he is making is made of straw. He has a pouch under his arm with rope leading out to the inches hat in progress inches . His Flannel vest has a stripe design and his under shirt is pink. His pants are white and his shoes are leather. His face is stitched and his cheeks are painted rosey. Truly a nice doll.
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When one sees these earrings the thought immediately comes to mind of large finned Cadillacs with a twist of James Dean. It would take a special type of woman to wear these. Everybody loves bad girls and these would classify as being definitely noticeable.
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A great kitchen ceiling fixture that originated in an old school and at this time there are 32 available that would work in a restaurant or any office establishment as well.
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The British made some wonderful art glass vases, and this particular piece has an iradescence of a rainbow of colors coming off the green. There is an almost crackle finish to the glass.
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The center horn is for adding height in floral arrangements the glass crystal clear and is truly elegant for the Victorian lover.
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Sketches by Boz drawn by George Crukshanke show an interesting view of early life and unusual interior backgrounds in the different views. Several of these would be suitable for framing to tell a story.
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Small, creamer like pitcher in the classic Arts & Crafts form of hammered metal. This copper colored metal pitcher is in very good shape and has a nice size to it. No makers mark on bottom. The marks are from the tapper or makers hammer and make the piece look ancient. There is an applied handle that is really a unique size for the piece.