Polar Bear Desire

I should be a polar bear, but it's impossible

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Miss Havisham steps up to the microphone & sings, “…then someone falls in love & someone’s beaten up, someone’s beaten up & the senses being dulled are mine & someone falls in love & someone’s beaten up & the senses being dulled are mine & though I walk home alone, I might walk home alone, but my faith in love is still devout, this is the last night of the fair & the grease in the hair of a speedway operator is all a tremulous heart requires…so scratch my name on your arm with a fountain pen, (this means you really love me), scratch my name on your arm with a fountain pen, (this means you really love me), & though I walk home alone, I just might walk home alone, but my faith in love is still devout…”

In the hinterland of Brooklyn, land of the hipster (Greenpoint), Franklin Street, 13 September 2014, 10:57am

Miss Havisham steps up to the microphone & sings, “…then someone falls in love & someone’s beaten up, someone’s beaten up & the senses being dulled are mine & someone falls in love & someone’s beaten up & the senses being dulled are mine & though I walk home alone, I might walk home alone, but my faith in love is still devout, this is the last night of the fair & the grease in the hair of a speedway operator is all a tremulous heart requires…so scratch my name on your arm with a fountain pen, (this means you really love me), scratch my name on your arm with a fountain pen, (this means you really love me), & though I walk home alone, I just might walk home alone, but my faith in love is still devout…”

In the hinterland of Brooklyn, land of the hipster (Greenpoint), Franklin Street, 13 September 2014, 10:57am

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devenishgroup:

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week:

-What is the relative date of this object?
-What is the style of this object?
-Where was this object made
-What materials make up its construction?
-What is the FMV of this object?

Photo Courtesy of Freeman’s 

Answers to the previous Detective Wedgwood Warhol post:

-This object is a cheese wheel caddy or trolley to be used on the dining table.
-The caddy is made of mahogany
-England is its country of origin.
-It was made in the early 19th century,
-An estimate of FMV for this object is $400-600.  This example from Holden Antiques is selling for $495.  

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week!

devenishgroup:

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week:
-What is the relative date of this object?
-What is the style of this object?
-Where was this object made
-What materials make up its construction?
-What is the FMV of this object?
Photo Courtesy of Freeman’s 
Answers to the previous Detective Wedgwood Warhol post:
-This object is a cheese wheel caddy or trolley to be used on the dining table.
-The caddy is made of mahogany
-England is its country of origin.
-It was made in the early 19th century,
-An estimate of FMV for this object is $400-600.  This example from Holden Antiques is selling for $495.  

Detective Wedgwood Warhol’s Object of the Week!

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