John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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The bearded gentleman seated in a red chair has a pleasant look and would be an attractive addition to a lobby office or library. The style shows a good skill in execution of skin tones and the sitter is a person with whom one could look at and not wince.
This book is in fair condition showing some wear. It shows some great recipes such as Sour Cream Banana Pecan Cake. I believe that the front cover is also missing from this book. It has 266 pages. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
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Marked 700 Fine Silver, this pair of cups or large shot glasses have very minor scratches and small dings, one is a red enamel, the other blue, both have some enamel dots missing, but you really have to be sober to notice. These are elegant drinking vessels and would fit the hand well for a quick cold one before heading out for the evening. Priced as a pair.
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Everything from the Kennedy Rocker construction to how to construct a classic ice cream chair and table set.160 pages this is the 1962 edition.
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The filigree on the sides of this ring is totally open and the engraved design extends all the way around the exterior of the base of the ring. The center bead set stone is recessed with a pie crust edge around the top of the ring.
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This doll is made of Celluloid and has a little wear and tear upon its body. He is wearing a golden sweater with mint green overalls with matching cap. He has a yellow patch on his knee and his toes are showing out of one of his boots. His right pants leg
The British were masters at porcelain making and decoration. These late Victorian plates have a slightly ribbed exterior surface that evenly flares along the edges and is decorated with a red flower and gold foliate motif around the edges. The back has a monogram from the painter and the overall effect is one of extreme visuality. These would be useful as plates and certainly a good wall hanging for color to a room. Priced for the Set of 4.
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Turn of the Century No 2 Kerosene Lamp with Star Pattern Base. There is a 2 mold mark with the original collar still ready for use. The star in the center of the outer edge of the base makes for a very interesting piece and theme. Texans use a star, and Victorians certainly had an interest in astrology. The lamp is ready to use to light dark winter evenings, and with the star motif, looking at the skies might be a more enjoyable experience. The glass is very reflective on the surface, and the overall effect is old or an antique lighting device.
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An intricate, sharp detail wood carving of a buddah figure possibly meditating in a cross legged position on a platform. One hand is slightly raised and the other holds a round object. Craftsmanship is just brilliant, detail is quite clear. Behind the figure is a staff with a ring on top that surrounds the figures head like a halo. Finely carved base with multiple patterns. Condition is good with the exception of a 1 1/2in strip of wood missing off one of the base steps. The base is pine and it is likely that a tourist picked this up while on a pilgrimage or world tour in the late 19th century.
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European garbed ceramic figures play their respective instruments in this set of colorful musicians. Both are dressed in a colorful ensemble and sport green hats with a flower. The tuba player has a hair line crack, otherwise, they appear to be in good condition. They are both marked Japan on bottom.