Lots of neat stuff on Ebay right now, but for the love of God, please people, stop trying to get hits on your old junk by suggesting that a hammered-copper cowboy hat ashtray may be Roycroft when you know perfectly well that it ain't. Or something named as a "Stickley magazine rack" that certainly isn't (further down the seller says 'no marks to suggest that it is but it certainly fits the styling...' - sure. We call this kind of misleading labeling "hit whoring," and it's not a very honest or nice thing to do. This guy even admits that it's signed "K&Co." but insists on labeling the auction "Roycroft?" - how kind.
- L & JG Stickley writing desk (but who knows how high the reserve is...)
- modern Stickley mantel clock
- Roycroft copper bowl
but nice A&C furniture and decorative items don't need to be signed or big-name to be pretty.
- blue-glaze ceramic bowl
- attractive copper doorbell plaque with squared-rose design
- a neat box with some interesting detail and a very unique secretary
- a simple tiger oak cabinet
- a couple of nice tile frames
- several nice, clean and simple probably ex-institutional oak desks
- a unique bookcase with drawers with some interesting mortises
- an odd little English A&C sidetable / bookshelf
- a sidetable / bookcase unit with some Scottish A&C details
- a beautifully simple oak sideboard