Beautiful, elegant cutlery adds a magical touch to any occasion. These vintage engraved tongs have a scissor-like action. They can be used for serving pastries, cake pieces, sandwiches, you name it! They are six inches long. The two tongs have a delightful floral design woven through the decorative perforations. The handles also have intricate detailed […]
This is part of George F. and Jane Warren Waller’s silver collection. It is a Gorham Sterling 661 weighted candle holder. The bottom says: Gorham Sterling symbols of a lion, an anchor, and a G in calligraphy. 661 Weighted reinforced with other metal This is not sized for a slender taper. It is about 2″ […]
Family photos for the day. My two wonderful uncles! Clearly my uncles were brothers. They didn’t have the option of ‘fierce’ photo shoots back then! And photographers could actually get paid for all those wallet-sized versions … does anyone carry photos in their wallets any more?
Family photo of the day. This is my Dad, George Anthony Waller – it says it was in Hammond, Indiana. Dad, why were you there? And when do you think this was? And why did wallpaper have tons of little dots on it back then? 🙂 Here’s a question – why is my dad in […]
My father George Anthony Waller owned a Triumph TR3 when he lived in New Jersey. The car was only made from 1955 and 1962. It was a cool convertible roadster car. There were 74,800 of these made. Here’s a photo of Dad in his TR3. This photo is from 1966. Does anybody have any memories […]
Christmas 1965. I wasn’t even a twinkle. There’s my Dad George Waller on the right. Brothers Blake Waller and Bruce Waller and sister Becky Waller. And my grandpa George F. Waller. Where’s Grandma Jane Warren Waller? Taking the photo, of course …
This sterling silver vintage baby cup was made for my father George Anthony “Tony” Waller. He was born in 1946. It says “Sterling” on its bottom. The cup is marked with 559 on it. This is a pattern number. It’s also marked with a trio of marks indicating who made it. I can’t figure out […]
This silver fork from my (Lisa Shea) grandmother’s Jane Warren Waller’s household. It’s a Gorham Sterling Silver Child’s Fork. It’s hallmarked with the Lion Anchor G imprints. It also says Pat 95 Note the tines are slightly bent.
This winter landscape painting with a stream in snow was painted by Jane Warren Waller. Does anybody have any memories or information about this painting? Blake Waller currently has it.
This monochrome painting of fruit (apples?) was done by George Frank Waller. Blake Waller, his son, currently has it. Does anybody have any memories of this one?