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    Oceanside, CA
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    Ummm.. Marbles??? Reading, kids, the beach...

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  1. LOL! Lets put it this way, I have not yet put them in my safe deposit box, nor have I insured them. Still, they have shelf space, because they are, after all, marbles!
  2. LOL. I have some too, from my Pokemon-loving-daughter years ago. I figured I would have to hang on to them for a gagillion years, more or less, before they will pay the mortgage!
  3. Ohh Woodse, I know, I know! After I posted I realized that my grammer generated a great visual! I am glad you enjoyed that. Thanks for the laugh, that WAS very helpful. I figured it out. Shipwrecked Marbles, David Rosenfeldt in the early 2000s. I guess he made both the one with dichoric shimmer floaters and the one with colored glass floaters. Ruth
  4. ANSWER Found:  Shipwrecked Marbles, David Rosenfeldt, made the glass orbs filled with water and dichoric glass shimmers!  Also some with colored glass floaters.  Looks like 2000, 2001 ish.  They are among my favorites, but also among my "oh my gosh, don't drop it!" collection. 

  5. Ohh Woodse, I know, I know! After I posted I realized that my grammer generated a great visual! I am glad you enjoyed that. Thanks for the laugh, that WAS very helpful.
  6. Thanks, all. I will work on getting pictures up.
  7. After a few years of "other distractions" I am rejoining you marble folks again. I can't find some of my paperwork, and want to know if someone can help me out: There were one or two marble makers making liquid filled marbles, with floating inclusions. Who was it that made them? Thanks, Ruth aka MyMarbleBuddy
  8. I guess it would not hurt to mention here that my Pelt Blue Bee is for sale on ebay, and the auction for that And some other great Pelts ends between 6:00 and 7:00 this evening Pacific Time! You will see in my listing I am not certain if the imperfections in the BlueBee are as made or not. Nice Adventurine! I sell under MyMarbleBuddy
  9. Thank you O' Answerer of my Query! I don't want to let this post die away, however. Does any one out there have a photo of a marble like this? Or do you have others like this?
  10. You DID find it, though, right? Lol! I once came very, very close to throwing out a mint guinea ...in a dumpster. That would have led to a horrible search and rescue project.
  11. @ kbobam: I meant the new pasta shape... I collect marbles and like new pasta shapes ... obviously I have refused to grow up! but Fish is good, too. Gold fish crackers are a treat, and the Parmesan are my favorite. BTW: You need to sell a marble and go buy groceries!
  12. Is is a Christensen? I have not seen photos of a similar marble anywhere. This is 19/32", and the base is definitely a pale gray, not white. It has faint streaks of golden yellow, which are subtle, but show up in a few photos. I love the art-deco style! Can any one post photos of a similar marble? Thanks from (Your)MarbleBuddy
  13. Happy birthday, and your cats are planning a wild rumpus at 2:30 a.m. Don't say I didn't warn you!
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