1. Garage sales heating up gold watch; silver pitcher

    Soooooo many sales. I got the 14K marked gold watch for $25.00. I wound it, and it runs pretty well. It is a Lady Elgin 23. I haven't opened it yet or decided to go for scrap or resale. The sun glasses are gold filled and in very good condition. I really like the shape. The spoon was $1 and is...
  2. Whittaker & Co. Alton Hanley Pitcher

    Whittaker & Co. Alton Hanley Pitcher

    This porcelain pitcher was made in England some time between the years 1886-1892. I excavated it, along with a matching lid, from the mud of a 1924-capped landfill in NYC, January 25th 2023. Both artifacts were complete with no observable damage apart from staining and a few light surface abrasions.
  3. W.T. Copeland & Sons Water Jug

    I'm helping my mother clear out some of her collectibles and I am looking for anyone who may have information about the value of this W.T. Copeland & Sons pitcher. From the research I've done, it was made in London somewhere around 1860-1890.
  4. Clay pitcher ID help please

    Hoping someone can help me ID this older pitcher. I am guessing it is made of clay but not sure. It has the number 232 on bottom. Item is about 8 inches or so tall. Thanks for any help.
  5. Not Sure About this Pitcher - Old or recent?

    :dontknow: I debated on buying this pitcher until the last minute and then decided, what the heck it was only $5, where could I go wrong. It is very interesting anyway and I just needed to see what it looks like in person. My husband has been a active member on this site for a long time and I...
  6. ✅ SOLVED Native American Clay pitcher possibly?

    First i would like to say that i am excited to be a new member of this community and i look forward to seeing some amazing pieces, and i freely offer any knowledge that i might have on certain subjects. I will keep browsing the forums for anywhere that i can help This piece seems to be a whiter...
  7. Civil War Era Pitcher?

    Can anyone tell me about the history of this type of Tin pitcher? Notice the hand soldering of this piece. I believe the lip area was handmade. Aproximately 3" wide, front to back. 5" tall. I'm not sure where it came from in the U.S., or how old it is. Let me know, if you have any knowledge on...