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February 07, 2012

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Rachel

Wow. my husband and I have struggled for a few years now on identifying bakelite. This post just helped us more in the first few paragraphs than any books we have read. We are flea market fanatics. I love the pieces you showed and explained. Thank you!

Beetique

I have an old wooden cherries or grapes brooch. They are green so they must be grapes and they are large. I will have to find it and take a picture and show you.

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