John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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A very nice pair of American Cut Glass decanters in square shape there are a few nicks on the edges that a perfectionist could have polished out but most would prefer to fill them as they are and use them to pour Scotch & Bourbon.
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Floral Plate by R S Germany, the detail is really well done. In the range of 100 years of age, this has a leaf border and stylized gold band edge. Lots of green leaves around the floral blossoms, a pretty plate and in mint condition.
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The entire country of Wales is well displayed here with even large Victorian houses locations noted. Rivers mountains and even walking paths are noted.
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This pair of 1950s earrings has a unique clipback with a screw adjustment for the comfort of the wearer. Devoe-ian conical amberesque highlights on a backdrop of citrine-colored rhomboid crystallines. Ethel & Lucy would have had a free for all over these. New Agers would love them as they really do look like crystals. Retro or Vintage wearers would love these for an accessory at a contest. And best of all, they are in spectacular condition. Mrs. Cleaver would also have liked these earrings.
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This creamer shows the Hawaiian seal and symbols prior to statehood with what appears to be figures holding various staffs and possibly lights. The inscription reads UA MAUKEEAOKAAINAIKA PONO and Souvenir of Honolulu T. H. The effect is charming and colorful.
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Gilded Wall Sconces with Grape and Leaf details motif very well detailed the surface finish is excellent. Excellent original condition. If some one was restoring a fine residence these two pieces would make an unbelievable statement anywhere used in the house they are extremely detailed and very heavy.
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This is an etremely elegant 10pt Diamond Filigree ring that you grandmother would have proudly worn. There is a triple beaded exterior edge that extends 80% down the wearers finger. The main theme of the filigree would be foliage scrolling and latticework.
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This is a ferrotype of a seated Confederate soldier with what appears to be brass buttons and it retains the original confederate state 5 cent tax stamp. No visible signature is shown. The uniform is well detailed and the case is in good condition.
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Everybody loves cake plates and this set of 4 is in good condition with no visible chips or cracks. The greenish tones behind the purple or light lilac flowers make for the nature theme of leaves and greenery. The outer edge is gold banded and these are almost paper thin.
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The Parian Figure of a lady holding a detailed woven purse on her right arm shaking hands with a gentleman seated on a stump is a sentimental Victorian theme. The figurine also doubles as a vase with a flared top and the detailwork in the clothing and the figures is exquisite.