John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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This pin has a stone of approximately 28 carats with a rose gold filagree mounting around that elegantly displays the stone in either a pin or pendant use.
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One plate features fruit one plate features flowers. The decorative appeal of these plates is classic and they could be used anywhere in an antique lovers house. They have a very Victorian appearance. Priced as a pair.
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The tip of the handle shows the Empire State Building well detailed and finished with the spiked tower on top. The detail on the piece is crisp.
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Probably made in America in the 1940s, this wall mounted green glass kerosene lamp with frosted shade would be a good addition to a recreated colonial revival living area. The glass on the front has 2 mold marks, has bubbles, and appears to have good age. The burner is a miniature Queen Ann style and is in good condition. This type of lamp is not frequently found, and the decorative appeal to a room is obvious. No chips or cracks or damage visible.
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The shoes are in brand new condition in the original protective covering with labels.
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Nice quality clear glass candy bowl with a loop finger handle. Very elaborate detail on the pressed pattern with a saw tooth rim and pressed stars and zipper cuts among the many patterns. Rim has one chip. Marked on bottom pres cut . Today, Nappys have many uses from candy to soap dishes with some collectors using them for dresser and jewelry holders.
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Outstanding clear glass Victorian oil lamp with a panel like pattern around the stem, base and font. Inset threaded collar is an unusual design and on lip near collar reads Pat. Appld For. . Super condition, elegant styling and great looks make this a wonderful piece of nostalgia. This has enough prism quality to almost make it a visual stunner.
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The thin elegance of the glasses would make a liquer or cordial especially welcome at the end of a meal. The stems of the glasses fit the hand very well.
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This cut glass Carafe has fans hobstars strawberry diamonds and zipper cutting motifs and the brilliance of the glass is very evident to the viewer.
In the 1960s, major estates from Hartford and the region surrounding were sent for sale in East Tennessee. One of the major buyers in East Tennessee loved Connecticut photos and this was one of their favorite pieces. Entitled Stony River in the lower right, this image shows large rocks in the middle of the river and trees on each sides with a mountain rising in the upper right of the image. No photographers marking is shown or visible. The frame is the original, certainly very attractive, and the piece has been rematted in an acid free environment ready for use. This has a really good old look with absolutely no signs of modern living, no people, boats, telephone poles or anything showing the intrusion of 20th Century life.