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    For valuation Wednesday 14th December 2005

    Please can you value these two items below - next Wednesday's valuation night.

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    There are no makers markings.



    Item (2)

    There are no makers markings.




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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy-j
    Please can you value these two items below - next Wednesday's valuation night.
    Item (1)
    There are no makers markings.

    Item (2)
    There are no makers markings.
    Hi jimmy-j........

    two nice looking items.
    1st........the dog.
    Items like this have been made since the middle of the 18th century in Europe.
    Ranging from the high quality being made in Germany to the less a quility being made from the middle of the 19th century in Staffordshire, England.
    The picture you show is dificult to judge, because you do not show the underside of the item.
    The dog shows missing paint to the black decoration this means the black paint is over the glaze.
    This will rule out your item being good quality and being valuable.
    The gold line around the bottom of the piece could indicate it being not very old.
    It could infact be a reproduction.
    Again it is hard to tell with out holding the item and seeing the underside, but if you bring the item in to the shop I will have a much better idea .
    It is not Staffordshire and not from a German factory.
    I have seen items very similar to this comming in from China over the last 15 years or so.
    Jimmy-J I could not see this item being worth more than £30 in a flee market
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    2nd ........the shoe.

    The shoe is interesting because of the cherub (angel)
    People collect shoes and also collect and love cherubs.
    This makes the item commercial.
    I like the fact the cherub is playing an accordion.
    The item is designed in a Victorian style made around the turn of the 20th century.1890-1910
    With out holding the item and turning it up side down it is hard to say a lot about the item.
    If the the item was very light in weight it could be from the Irish Factory of Belleek, but unfortunately the quality I see in the photograph rules this out.
    If the item was bisque (not glazed) this would help push up its value, but it looks like it has a glaze to the item.
    It looks very Austrian or German from the photograph.
    I would have thought the shoe would have some numbers impressed underneath.
    Again it is hard to put a price on this item.
    First we must presume the shoe is old and is not a reproducion that has been played around with. If you brought it into the shop this would be obvious immediately.
    Made in Austria, not damaged, turn of the 20th century £30 -£50 retail would be a fair price.
    Antiqueman


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