LOUMANAL

Ottawa, Canada

Collecting since 1973! Anything and Everything!! rer1@sympatico.ca

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Etched Chrome Lid for Powder Jar or Face Cream Jar- 1930's - Art Decoin Art Deco
Colourful Miniature  Double-Handle Japanese Pottery Vase- Any Information on it?  - Potteryin Pottery
Need Help Identifying Gemstone in this 14K Gold Ring - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Old Opalescent Platter with Ormolu Frame and Handles- Need Help - Art Glassin Art Glass
Lamp Accoutrements for Lampman5's Lamp Base - Lampsin Lamps
Fanciful Bohemian Welz Vase- 4-Lobed - Art Glassin Art Glass
 Rare & Unusual Art Deco QUEBEC ART POTTERY TRAY - Potteryin Pottery
Need Help on SOLINGEN Germany Pocket Knife - Sporting Goodsin Sporting Goods
Signed CORREIA Pulled Feather Vase- Simple Elegance - Art Glassin Art Glass
Non-Tan Satin SPATTER CZECH Glass Vase with Red Interior and Round Mark - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. The base is made of Chromium Zinc .
  2. The Farber Bros. made holders/ bases in Art Deco styles in the 1920-30's for many glass companies but especially for Cambridge Glass Co. the bowl in this compote is by Cambridge. RER
  3. It is an unusual Reverse painted stem composite lamp in that the base is brass and round and with Patent date underneath. I can't help you with the maker! Someone might be able to trace the patent da...
  4. The burners on oil lamps were replaced often. It will not date the lamp especially when it's a newer lamp. Patent dates on things will not help you dating since the item was produced for decades with ...
  5. This lamp was called"petal" by Catherine Thuro who wrote many books on oil lamps. It is a common lamp made throughout the early to mid 1900's and sold through catalogs like Sears and Eaton's in Canada...
  6. Newer from 70's electric lamp but certainly not junk!
  7. Merry Christmas Sean and a wonderful New Year. Bob
  8. Was finally able to name this vase " Fostoria Images"
  9. The artwork is just fabulous....it could be early 1900's. RER
  10. We do have some people that can help you but you have to help them by providing photos of the markings and a closeup of the other side of the vase etc.. you are allowed 4 photos in each listing. RER
  11. I see people!...actually they are all connected by their hands and legs. Very nice design....could be scandinavian but that is just a hunch/guess. RER
  12. Thank you artfoot for your comments...truly appreciated and thank you Rick55 for the love. Bob
  13. Thank you katherinescollections, vetraio50, aura, artfoot, sklo42, bijoucaillouvintage, jscott0363, ho2cultcha, kivatinitz, art.pottery and beyemvey for the loves. RER
  14. Yes, Early 1900's...we have the exact same one. You can see it in the background of many of my uploaded at CW photos. Bob
  15. Thank you Efesgirl and JImam for the comments and love and thank you antiquerose, aura and sklo42 for the love. RER (BOB)
  16. antiquerose! Since it's Christmas soon and Canadians are nice guys, I'll show you mine!! I'll upload it in a few minutes......Oh and by the way...Have a Very Merry Christmas and a Bonne Heureuse Anne...
  17. It looks interesting....more photos would be nice. If Gold, it should be marked. Looks brassy from the photo you uploaded. RER
  18. That's the one! No need to show you mine....although mine was a Canadian one...ehh! That antiquerose is hard to beat! lol
  19. I have the Chrome lid only, for this powder/anti-wrinkle cream box. It's quite 1930's style. Will upload it if you want to see it. Is the rim exactly 3 1/2" in diameter? RER
  20. Ditto with scottvez!
  21. I found an address in NY City for Karbra and an Internet site where you could contact the company. I sent them photos of this beautiful brooch to find out if they had drawings of this brooch or other ...
  22. A 60 year Reign is worth celebrating....it speaks for itself!
  23. Thank you Poire for the love.RER
  24. Thank you NevadaBlades, glassgaga, bijoucaillouvintage and nittygritty1962 for the love. RER
  25. Wonderful rich shading and shape. RER(Bob)
  26. Art Deco in the stylized flowers but also Art Nouveau in the overall theme....nice!
  27. It's actually a miniature oil lamp missing the burner and matching chimney and that someone screwed in this perfume atomizer. The lamp dates from the 40's-50's and maybe earlier and was considered a n...
  28. I can see the Oil font now but I can't figure out if the underbase of your lamp is the actual base of this lamp or if it sat in another vase. RER
  29. My bad! I misread the height to the chimney part. Do you have the miniature oil lamp books by Smith....could be in there.
  30. The font holder would be the "vase" part that the oil holding font would sit in. The ribbed part in the pictures would sit in and overlap the decorated vase holder.
  31. If you had the font holder with this lamp font, you could probably identify it but like this, it's going to be very difficult. Edward Miller did make metal oil lamps in Brass. RER
  32. It's small but I wouldn't call it a miniature. Many lamps were made in multiple sizes. I checked some of my reference sources and I can't find a similar lamp in clear or colour. I know for a fact that...
  33. Thank you MALKEY for the comments and love. I am admiring all the beautiful vases that you are uploading too and Very nice photography!! BOB
  34. Thank you scottvez, NevadaBlades and Vintagefran for the love. RER
  35. Thank you Peasejean55 for the comments and love. RER
  36. By George! gilberte, it is certainly a Gem Silica stone because it looks Exactly like this except for the shape. Celiene did mention that it was Chalcedony so she was on the right track. Thank you for...
  37. Thank you martika and melanie or the love. RER
  38. Thank you TassieDevil, jscott0363, kivatinitz and jlmam for the love. RER (Bob)
  39. Thank you Gillian for the love. Bob
  40. Thank you valentino97 for the comments and love and thank you Efesgirl, vetraio50, mikelv85 and aura for the love. RER
  41. I just checked the Blue Stone list and it could be "Blue Smithsonite" because of the transluscence. Thank you Celiene...I appreciate your help. BOB
  42. Thank you antiquerose for the love. Bob
  43. They're from the 1950's and quite nice. A pair is always better when evaluating them. The only way to know value is to look up similar ones online and see how much they sold. RER
  44. It could very well be! When a lamp was in daily use, the burner would eventually be damaged from the heat and would be replaced. I don't know this particular burner so I can't say that it's a later re...
  45. Looks like a Riverside Glass Company lamp and it should be easy to find a replacement vintage burner and vintage chimney. I can't tell but it looks like a "2 collar. Actually dates late 1800's to pos...
  46. I think that your electric lamp was an electric lamp all it's life. There are no burner parts remaining on this lamp and the font would not have been the blue glass stem that you see with the enamelle...
  47. Re-uploading this vase to show it to new members who may recognize it. RER
  48. Probably contains CCL4 ( Carbon Tetrachloride) a poisonous product so be careful not to drop it? Was it sitting in its spring triggered holder? There should be info. On the bracket/holder. Bob
  49. Beautiful dish but is the name correct? I think it should be ALGUES......which means Seaweed. Not sure what alques means. Bob
  50. Thank you antiquerose for the frog view......I must have missed your post at the time. Bob
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