John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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Full Persian marks would identify the maker of this hand made and well executed engraved piece. Purchased in the 1950s in Persia by a Texas Oil Executive. The extent of hand chasing resembles patterns found in oriental rugs and the quality of this bowl is simply unbelievable and the beauty is so obvious when seeing this bowl.
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Pretty in pink decorative set of Japanese wear consisting of two small vases with applied white and gold leaves and a small matching bowl. Unfortunately, there is some damage to applied leaves and bowl appears to have had a lid at some point. Set still displays well and pink color is very appealing. If you are working on a retro living room or other room in the house, this would be a great shelf set to use and is really a period piece set.
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Baccarat quality is legendary and this is a fine example of there wares. Decanter is exquisite and the matching 10 cordials are in great shape and beautifully accent the decanter. Imagine serving your guests with this elegant set and saying why, its Baccarat, of course . The glass is absolutely stunning in the reflective brilliance and the overall impact is one of extreme high quality. In seeing this, it makes me thirsty and makes me want to have a drink. Its got to be Happy Hour somewhere.
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1.5in either way with a sunburst type pattern. Front sunburst is painted white and the back is left gold metal. Black bakelite square in the middle is supported by gold colored rounded sides.
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Copyright 1900 by Fleming H. Revell Company life in Northwest Canada lumber camping around 1900 makes for interesting reading and for people who like natural or woods living. It has 322 pages of well presented stories of late Victorian lifestyle and religious viewpoints as well.
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Classic brown and white crock, this about 1 gallon size is in really good condition, no markings and certainly appears to be around 75 years of age. There are air bubbles in the firing of the glaze on the crock and it is useful for spring canning and pickeling.
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The camera seems to be in working condition with just a few scratches on the metal facing. The camera makes 2 1/4 by 2 1/4 negatives. It will make color or black & white prints. It is in its original box.
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The pieces in this book come from the Samuel H. Kress collection in Atlanta, Georgia. The book is in fairly good condition; it is mostly just worn. Good reference material is shown from one of the greatest twentieth century collectors.
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The ladies ot Brussles made some fine lace. Numerous travelers to their region purchased the lace and took it home to frame or use in other textiles. This extremely well done lace floral designed basket in oval format shows a well done and wide lipped basket holding flowers with an almost web effect of lines going to an outer border. The effect is one of charm and old. At some point, the frame has been refinished, today thee are minor scratches from normal wear, but this just adds to the overall impact of the piece. I would almost guess that this was purchased in England years ago, cleaned in the 1950s in the US, the velvet backing changed, and nothing done to it for the last 50 years. The visual appearance could not be better and the overall impact is one of Victorian theme.
Great wine making book for amateurs wanting to make their own wine. If you have the time and want to make wine, this is the book for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.