Cpomedx

Perth western australia

Ex Navy, Well rounded appreciation of all of the arts. Love poetry, collect art glass, Always happy to share a cuppa and good conversation. Cpomedx@yahoo.com.au

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Uckers board - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Ashtray 4.5 inch shell casing. - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
HMAS Perth DDG 38 Commissioning plaque - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Art glass Kimono - Art Glassin Art Glass
Industrial art - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
My AM radio from 1971 - Radiosin Radios
In the eye of the beholder - Art Glassin Art Glass
Handmade Japanese lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Handmade craftsmen lamp - Lampsin Lamps
We love GPlan - Furniturein Furniture

Comments

  1. That's lovely.
  2. Gorgeous
  3. So detailed. Time was taken in the design and understanding the market. Beautiful.
  4. Love the detail in the brand.
  5. I do have an interest. History starts somewhere! Thanks.
  6. I know you knew , lol
  7. With a lot of direction from an engineer friend that was on the ship with me. I found it quite fun to do.
  8. You are the first person in a number of years that has understood my "name" BZ. Psych , that's one job has to be done by dedicated passionate professionals. Very difficult. I couldn't do it. I did...
  9. Affirmative. Chief petty officer, medical, X-ray tech specialization. When we are at sea we are just "the medic" :)
  10. Freedom is a wonderful thing that is a rare thing in our troubled world.
  11. It's an honour and privilege.
  12. Many sailors do get seasick.
  13. With the prevalence go digital personal communications these days, We used to play during lunchtimes to get our younger sailors hooked. Of which they always did. Team work,espirit de corp and trad...
  14. Amazing that when they were built, they were called Tupperware ships. We used to laugh at FFGs. I guess it's a generational thing. They were well built, 333 crew, fast but not designed to last 30 ...
  15. The lack of perceivable colour gives an impression of purity to the form . Lovely
  16. Not sure, but damn its gorgeous.
  17. The amazing thing is, originally , it didn't sell. I first saw it about 5 years ago. Returned to the gallery one day a little while ago, just to have a look and to my amazement, upon discussion wit...
  18. Damn that's nice. Lovely colour and contour.
  19. Awesome doesn't begin to describe!!!
  20. And the best thing is, they are display to be appreciated readily. I myself have about 3k. Some from when I was a child. Red lines and all. A few buttons and some track.
  21. Stunning piece. Thanks for sharing.
  22. Quite definitive. Lovely
  23. That's fantastic. Literally wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
  24. For me, the ability to step beyond the arduous routine of offshore life, Having the finer things in life to ponder always gave me insight into analysing the challenges that are evident in life offsh...
  25. Beautiful indeed.
  26. I thoroughly welcome your input. We can all learn something everyday. Thank you
  27. Did you have any insight into that lovely large piece of purple glass that you mentioned. That purple centrepiece. Please
  28. I took off one panel, Thinking that all the glass panels would be the same. Assuming that each panel would be identical, yet still no makers mark that I can see
  29. Now that's nice
  30. Subtle yet stunning.
  31. You have some fantastic pieces.
  32. I have sepia photographs of long gone relatives posing on the ships of the white fleet when it visited Sydney. Being born in Sydney (first relatives arrived 1815), I miss the city constantly. I live...
  33. A very tactile piece. Love it!
  34. That would be most appreciated Vetraio50
  35. Approx 60cm x 25cm wide, 8cm high
  36. Beautiful
  37. I little improvisation. Electronic led candle just highlight the evening.
  38. How cool is that!
  39. There is clone in my lair, over here in WA. I love the design. Very "forbidden Planet"
  40. Terrific colour. Very organic in shape. Curves are wonderful
  41. NB. The yellow square plate is actually printed the wrong way around. A never seen rarity.
  42. Known in some places as Melmac.
  43. G plan table. Chairs were put away because I was cat sitting for a while. Decided to put the chairs away in case they used them as scratching posts!
  44. Me to Worked offshore for a number of years. Now teaching safety to others who want to work in the mining sector
  45. I tried. Difficult to examine without completely taking it apart. I could see some signs of molding though. Thanks for your thoughts.
  46. I'm always amazed at the clarity with such pieces.
  47. Touché.
  48. You have some lovely items. With regard to my Art Deco lamp...... In depth discussions with the man that arranged for inspection of the property highlighted the authenticity to me. The history be...
  49. In depth discussions with the man that arranged for inspection of the property highlighted the authenticity to me. The history behind the mining magnate and his history here in Perth accentuated the ...
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