John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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Perfect size toothpick holder fashioned in pretty blue milkglass. Small beading runs all along the top of the rim. Toothpicks are always useful pieces and this is a great piece showing swirling in the glass.
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This charming old wooden sided house at the end of a lane has flowers on the right and colorful trees. Some family loved to call this home and there is a certain nostalgic look to this interesting residence.
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This Art Deco Enameled German box would have many uses on a dresser a living room table or for any form of small collection you would like. The craftsmanship has a certain Persian look that you would find on a oriental rug motif. The interior has been guilded at one point and the hinges are in perfect condition. The only marking on the piece is the word Germany. The Art Deco theme of a black background then with a period green and lavender with a final coating of sky blue makes for a noticeable box.
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Elegance Lives!!! This opal ring has subtle fire in the stone that measures almost one half inches tall and almost that wide in a 10K yellow gold mounting that has double prongs holding the stone. The ring is in great shape and looks elegant on the wearers hand. The mounting is of 10K yellow gold and this is a very attractive ring.
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Oval micro mosaic earrings were always less common than the rounds, these have a lot of detailed features that are almost geometric with a chili pepper red divider and rope designed dividers in the mounting. These are so detailed that they almost resemble paperweights. The backs are screw backs and the outer edges of the mounting have a rope design. These are very cool and retro.
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Kerosene Wall Lamp With Green Shade, marked in the metal, Made in Hong Kong, Brit Empire MILC O, this is one of the British companies that made items in the Orient for export to both the US and Europe. This miniature wall lamp swivels on a base and can either mount on a wall as shown, or have a candle drip pan and mount straight up, both on a swivel that allows either use. The metal condition could not be better, and the green glass shade has great bubbles.
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The photos are well detailed and show a very well backlit mountain in front of a desert view and the other scene has a water canal along a bank with trees. The colors are interesting and the period frames make for a view of the past.
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1870s Victoria D. Still Pastel Portrait; A pouting child looks at the world in a Victorian frame an inscription from the front states VDS at 3. The pastel is in good condition and the sitter is from Knoxville Tennessee and was possibly painted by Lloyd Branson. The Walnut victorian frame has good carving on the outer edges and is in excellent condition.
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The clock has been completely rebored and rebushed in the working parts is an 8 day movement and dates to early 19th century. The case is Mahogany and has Birds Eye Maple around the sides of the front. This clock is impressive and for serious buyers the maker has good history.
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This guy is ready to pilot a rocket ship right into Cobra Command headquarters.