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Tizzyloucat - Repeat Boutique2


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Repeat Boutique2 is an extension of my Repeat Boutique store on ecrater.com. All items are gently used and are selected on the basis of uniqueness and quality. I have been selling on ecrater.com since 2004 and have 100 plus feedback ratings. I have actually sold many more items but some buyers don't leave feedback. I also sold items on Yahoo.com, Blujay.com, and IOffer.com. I research identity information on a site which provides data about Early American Pattern Glass. I have one of the largest collections of Otagiri products on the internet and the items are competitively priced. Heavy items are shipped FedX Ground to save on costs. Others are sent priority mail to prevent risk of damage via USPS.

Antique Barware

If you drink cordials or sherry or port, why not consider antique barware? The glassware is really beautiful and you can still find many pieces in very good condition. I have a love and a passion for antique glassware and am always on the lookout for unique items.  Recently I have been able to find several antique wine glass sets that are perfect for port and after dinner cordials.  I even found some sherry glasses in the Duncan Miller Mardi Gras pattern.  How cool is that? Our ancestors' wine glasses held about 3 ounces and cordials held about 2 ounces.  Most are imitation cut glass because most people of the early and pre-1900s could not afford expensive cut glass, but the imitation cut glass can easily fool you.  Wine was very expensive and was not a part of the dinner menu.  It was served after dinner. In addition, wine was far stronger in our ancestors' time than it is...  Read More

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Help Identifying Glassware

For those who sell glassware and need help identifying pieces, I suggest joining a group. I am a member of a Yahoo Group in which the members help each other identify glassware.  This is a very active group and the participants are well informed. They have access to reference books and various sites to further help identify items. If you are going to be selling glassware, whether it is depression glass, contemporary glass, or early American pattern glass, it is great to have a group of people who are helping you identify unknown items. This particular group has a "Glass Lover's Database" which includes several thousand patterns.  Check out the Yahoo Group, and if you can, help spread knowledge and wipe out the perpetuation of misidentification of glassware found on other sites! Check out Glass Lovers Database, Yahoo Groups. Any and all help is appreciated.

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Repeat Boutique 2 has a new website

I have finally gone legit! I purchased a domain name and am in the process of creating a website.  My new site is REPEAT BOUTIQUE 2 . Although it is still very much a work in progress, I am making good headway and have information about glassware in general and will be posting lots of photos in albums with identifications. Eventually, I will be doing the same thing with collectibles. I hope you will take the time to stop by and give me your thoughts about how I can make it better and whether or not you like it.

I am using this site to focus on unusual and hard to find glassware and collectibles. I will also have a blog on the site discussing some of these items of glassware.  Be sure to check out some of the links I have listed if you are interested in educating yourself about glassware.  Some of the sites are also very helpful for helping price items for sale.

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"Gently Recycled Treasures from the Past"
Business
Name:Repeat Boutique2
Location:33990, Florida
United States
Category:Pottery & Glass
Since:Apr 2004