LOUMANAL

Ottawa, Canada

Collecting since 1973!

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 Pink & White Pulled Feather CANDLESTICK- Murano? - Art Glassin Art Glass
More French/European Robin Blue & White Opaline Examples - Art Glassin Art Glass
Handsome Emerald Green Crimped-top EPG Vase- Vine & Flower Pattern? - Glasswarein Glassware
Tiny FRENCH OPALINE VASE with Amazing Gilding - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early 1900's Swirled & Pinched Red DUGAN GLASS VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Pink Enamelled BRIDE'S BASKET Bowl Only- Who Made it? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Thought I recognized this CAKE STAND Pattern but Alas..... - Glasswarein Glassware
Large & Unusual "CHARTREUSE" Colored ART GLASS Ashtray-BLAZING STAR - Art Glassin Art Glass
"SKUNK" Vase- Any Ideas on Whoddunit? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Satin Blue & White "MARTELE" DOLFINS Centerpiece Flower Bowl? - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Moi aussi! BOB
  2. Thank you hickadilly1, ho2cultcha and tom61375 for the love. BOB
  3. Hi Tallcakes! That certainly is it....maybe mine was more of a pink flambe. Thanks for your input. Did you have a chance to look at the green patterned vase that I uploaded a few weeks ago? I got a lo...
  4. Thank you hickadilly1....welcome to our CW family. RER(BOB)
  5. We don't see the blue ones up here in Canada. Nice!! RER(BOB)
  6. Thank you czechman and Weirdpuckett for the love. RER(BOB)
  7. Thanks Lisa-lighting! It could but I don't think it was meant to accommodate pillar candles. The hole in the center holds ordinary size candles very well. You would have to soak it in very hot water ...
  8. Thanks icollectglass! The photos 1 & 4 depict how it is supposed to be. The wide drip catcher goes on top. Thank you shareurpassion, antiquerose, racer4four, smiata and Slave-to-glass for your loves, ...
  9. Yes and like Bubble Gum. thanks AmberRose & VioletOrange for the love. (BOB)
  10. Thank you mikelv85, vetraio50 and Perfumer for the love. BOB
  11. Thank you inlikeflynn, SEAN68, kerry10456, Manikin, walksoftly, sklo42 and Moonstonelover21 for the loves. BOB
  12. Thanks smiata and thank you czechman, DrFluffy and inky for the love. RER(BOB)
  13. Thank you dlfd911, ho2cultcha and austrohungaro for the love. BOB
  14. Thank you Moonstonelover21 and czechman for the comments.....yes it was a great experience to see it was in perfect condition. (BOB)
  15. Thank you catteann for the love. RER(BOB)
  16. Thanks smiata for the love. BOB
  17. Had one and it was marked Murano underneath but I can't remember who made it. RER
  18. Remember, they are very plentiful here in Canada. RER
  19. Thank you Moonstonelover21, aghcollect, mikelv85 and racer4four for the loves. BOB
  20. I remember the Tiger Tails that you'd attach to the Gasoline Filler door. See them occasionally in garage sales. Nice pail! BOB
  21. Thanks blunderbuss2, antiquerose, dassulywon and catteann for the loves, BOB
  22. There is one that sold on line! Here's the link for knowledge purpose only. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BRETBY-POTTERY-HAMMERED-EFFECT-TWO-HANDLED-VASE-23-CMS-TALL-/141111363044
  23. Thank you smiata for the love, RER(BOB)
  24. Thank you smiata.....I dug this one out of storage and found some other examples of bigger Perfume bottles in Robin Blue. Will post them later. (BOB) Thank you mikelv85 and Slave-to-glass for the lo...
  25. Thank you aghcollect, mikelv85 tom61375 and Moonstonelover21 for the loves, BOB
  26. Robert E. Richard
  27. Not necessarily a Railroad or Ship Lantern but the dual use (table or hanging) makes it special. The unpainted Tin side is supposed to act as a reflector or was deliberately not painted because the pa...
  28. It could be earlier than the 1930's and they are not rare so the value is minimal $2 to $5 here in Canada. RER(BOB)
  29. Thank you GreenglassloveE for the love. RER(BOB)
  30. Thanks czechman, petey, SEAN68 and vetraio50 for the loves, BOB
  31. Thank you GreenglassloveE and EZa for the loves, RER(BOB)
  32. One of my Candlestick Ref. Books suggests that this double-base example would be Czechoslovakian. I realize however that this is an electric lamp but I would nevertheless search down this path. RER(BOB)
  33. Thanks Moonstonelover21, MacArt and smiata for the loves, BOB
  34. Thank you czechman, vetraio50, sklo42, mikelv85, colori and Slave-to-glass for the loves. RER(BOB)
  35. It's a beautiful OLD Cranberry Bowl with applied Reeded handles and fabulous enameling and gilding. Probably Victorian era and quite possibly Bohemian and with wonderful Fuchsias. RER
  36. It's a nice little Finger Lamp from the late 1800's-early 1900's and with an applied handle.. The Eagle Burner is a later replacement and the Artwork was done by an owner and not sold already decorate...
  37. The Chimney is what you are referring to I suppose. You can't date lamps by the chimneys since they were regularly replaced/broken if used over a long period of time. There are some old etched/frosted...
  38. How about Gents Walking Canes? RER(BOB)
  39. It's a nice find. The Plume & Atwood burner is missing the cap/dome but you should be able to find one at flea markets/ second-hand stores. The insert collar indicates a post-1911 manufacture and this...
  40. The 17 refers to the stopper size/match that fits the bottle. The stopper would have had a 17 too. Beautiful blue color on this perfume bottle. RER(BOB)
  41. Thanks weirdpuckett and VioletOrange for the love. RER(BOB)
  42. thank you walksoftly, petey & smiata for the love. RER(BOB)
  43. 1960-70's sounds right for this lamp.....I can't add much else. RER(BOB)
  44. Very Dainty and yes Feminine...I agree! Thanks racer4four for the love and comments. RER(BOB)
  45. Thanks Moonstonelover21, mikelv85, tom61375, vetraio50 and nittygritty1969 for the love. RER(BOB)
  46. Thank you nutsabotas6, antiquerose and valentino97 for the love, BOB
  47. I'm am now an admitted "swing-er". Thanks for teaching me the difference VF. BOB
  48. Pulled, twisted and twigged but "Swung", I'm not too sure about that! RER(BOB)
  49. Thank you geo26e and Weirdpuckett for the love. RER(BOB)
  50. I would have bought it for that Fantastic "Oil Spot" Font. BOB
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