LOUMANAL

Ottawa, Canada

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

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 Framed ELEGANT LADY of 1790's-Early 1800's  PRINT Signed L. BUSIERE - Victorian Erain Victorian Era
Classic "Cloud" Glass Flower Vase- Any Ideas on who dunnit? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Colourful Blue with Yellow Stripes URN-Shaped VASE- Italian or Bohemian? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pair of Abandoned and Forgotten 1950's Paperweight Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Very Unusual Shaped "Barrel" VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
Jan Sylwester DROST - "ASTEROID" VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
 BACCARAT 1909 Crystal Vase with "PLANER TREE" CUTTINGS - Art Glassin Art Glass
RUCKL "Coral Pierrot" or KRALIK "End Of The Day"  Knuckle Spatter VASE? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Would This be a Ludwig Moser Karlsbad DECO VASE? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Spooner or Goblet with Flower & Fern Etching and Unusual Stem - Glasswarein Glassware

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  1. Thank you Katherinescollections and surfdub66 for the love and comments. RER(Bob)
  2. I uploaded a cousin of these Welz vases last year. I'm using my cell phone so I can't link it here tonight but it would be of the same type. R.E.R(Bob)
  3. Thank you nutsabotas6 for the love and comments. Bob
  4. Oh boy, that's exactly it! What are the chances of finding the exact Hobbs & Brockunier epergne to complete it....I guess I'll use it as a candleholder. I did end up buying it since it was priced righ...
  5. Hello TallCakes! I'm spending a few months in "warm" Florida and doing some shopping at some great Antiques mall. Today I came across the exact stem with a scalloped & panelled "tree of life" bowl. It...
  6. Beautiful and I agree, maybe Stevens & Williams. RER(Bob)
  7. Thank you nutsabotas for the comments and love. R.E.R (Bob)
  8. Missing the Booze, Cards all the fish they already caught but it looks like the beginnings of a fabulous outing for the boys!! Wish I was there! RER(BOB)
  9. The "P" could stand for Pewter. RER(BOB)
  10. Happy New Year "Cousin" from down under. BOB
  11. I looked through my catalogues of Victorian metal Banquet/Table lamps and couldn't find this particular one. The burners for these lamps were often replaced so we can't really go by the existing hardw...
  12. Merry Christmas Lee and lots of exciting finds in 2015. BOB
  13. It's called a "Smoker" ashtray and sometimes the smoke comes out of the nostrils, top of the head, mouth etc. This particular style depicts "Barber Shop Singers" and comes in many faces and songs. I u...
  14. There should be some information on the Thumb-wheels as to provenance. Can you upload a better photo or tell us what is inscribed. RER(BOB)
  15. Merry Christmas to you , my friend, and a Happy Happy New Year. BOB
  16. Merry Christmas and a Happy, Plentiful of Love, New Year Kevin! Robert
  17. Thank you Trey for the comments and love. RER
  18. Very "Wispy" wouldn't you agree! Very nice Artist Glass piece. RER(BOB)
  19. If you find another, I'd love a Christmas Present like this too!! It's a Beaut!! RER
  20. If you look on the clincher(the part that holds the base to the stem ), you will see a patent number that attests that this is an Atterbury part/lamp. The lamp is called Chapman and dates 1870's. RER(...
  21. The movie GWTW was based during the civil war 1861-65. These "Banquet" lamps were made late 1880's till early 1900's. In the movie, similar lamps were shown so people continued to name them Gone With ...
  22. Thank you magdalenagirl for the love! RER(BOB)
  23. How big is this Vase Lee? Is the enamelling very thick? It's quite nice!! BOB
  24. I imagine that it was made in different sizes since mine is 35 Cms and this one is 25 cms. Robert
  25. Il est tres beau en Crystal Vert avec Or. Est-ce que le vase est taille ou seulement decore en or sur la surface?. Robert
  26. You must be walking around with one less arm and one less leg after buying this BEAUTY! RER(BOB)
  27. Love that Royal Blue with Orange Stripe one. It does look (to a certain extent) to one that I listed a month ago that has a clear base and Yellow lines on an opaque blue body. I know that mine is most...
  28. Beautiful....I agree!! Glad you got it!! BOB
  29. Thank you Virginia.vintage, Radegunder and Moonstonelover21 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  30. Hi Lee! You are blessed for finding such beauties....congrats, BOB
  31. Tres Tres Beau! Very Very Nice! Robert
  32. Not a N. American Oil Lamp.....could be British, French, Austrian....hard to know for sure. RER(BOB)
  33. Thank you Heartsongwindsbreath and Virginia.vintage for the loves. RER(BOB)
  34. Merci David- paris1925 for the love. RER(BOB)
  35. Thank you SEAN68 for the love. RER(BOB)
  36. Thank you Jewels for the love. RER(BOB)
  37. I agree Baccarat is the probable maker of this vase. It could be a toothpick holder for elephant teeth. Thanks again. BOB
  38. Hi TallCakes! I looked around the net and I see that it could certainly be by Baccarat but I haven't been able to find this exact handled item. I suspected that it could be European. Thanks for the le...
  39. IMHO, the one on the right is the Masonic one and I base that on the stem and wafer attributes. The other is some Block pattern made by some other Companies. RER(BOB)
  40. I'm happy to see that this is a Poschinger decanter......I wonder if one that I listed this spring could also be by Poschinger . Mine had no label. RER(BOB) http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/13...
  41. Has the Cranberry font on your tall lamp been drilled through to make it electric at one time? If not, then it was a fantastic purchase. RER PS: I also like your "Eugenie" B&H lamp.
  42. The white one in Milk Glass was probably the insert of a large Vase Lamp that would have had a matching Milk Glass ball shade . I have no idea who made it but it could be reconverted to an oil lamp by...
  43. Thank you GlueChip and surfdub66 for the love. RER(BOB)
  44. Thank you kivatinitz, mikelv85, melaniej and kyratango for the comments and loves. BOB
  45. Beautiful piece! RER(BOB)
  46. Thank you SEAN68, Jewels, blunderbuss2 and aghcollect for the love. RER(BOB)
  47. Thank you inky, sklo42, smiata, Jewels, SEAN68 and kivatinitz for the love. RER(BOB)
  48. Thank you paris1925 and vetraio50 for the comments and love. RER(BOB)
  49. Here is the link to the vase. BOB http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/79733-art-deco-crystal-vase-from-les-cristalle
  50. Thank you paris1925 (David) Mystery is Solved! Did you see my other French Vase by the Cristalleries de Nancy that I posted a few years ago?. Robert
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