Ottawa, Canada

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


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Unusual Rolled & Cut Rim Anglo-Irish? or Bohemian? Honey Amber Cut Glass PITCHER - Glasswarein Glassware
WWII Souvenir Brought Home  Dec. 1 1945 Large VILLEROY & BOCH PLATE - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
 Silver Medal of GURU NANAK- Founder of Sikhism - World Coinsin World Coins
Church sale find of 2,300 Year Old Coin of Alexander The Great's Father - World Coinsin World Coins
Opalescent Lime Green Bohemian? Basket with fancy Crimped Base - Art Glassin Art Glass
 Unusual Triple Ribbed and Flashy WELZ? "Lightning" Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
 Many Glass Companies made a Similar Pattern. This one is by McKee Glass Co. - Glasswarein Glassware
INNOCENTE-  Simbol of Quality- Knife -ITALY - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Elegant Glass Green Panelled Bowl with LION HEAD Prunts - Art Glassin Art Glass
Opalescent Lavender "Punched Handle Vase" by Kralik - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. I suppose that it's the family (people) itself that has to be "Jaune. RER
  2. Thank you SEAN68, aura and Rick55 for the love. Bob
  3. Old, yes, very! RER
  4. Thank you brunswick for the love. RER
  5. Thank you Dizzydave for this information....will mark it as solved. Bob
  6. Thank you Deano for the comments and love and thank you jeneric for the love. RER
  7. Thank you kyratango, SEAN68, antiquerose and AnnaB for the love. RER
  8. Carnelian stone pendant and Carnelian chips. RER
  9. Would it not be famille Jaune instead of famille rose. I always thought it was the predominance of the main color in the plate that dictated the style/name. Bob
  10. Rooster often seen on French tableware. RER
  11. Thank you OneGoodFind and fortapache for the love. Bob
  12. Thank you jscott0363 for the love. RER
  13. Thank you Brunswick for the comments and love and thank you AnnaB, Caperkid, mikelv85, AdeleC and vetraio50 for the loves. RER
  14. Wasn't he driving a Volkswagen when he died....Maybe that's why I never cared for Volks after he died. I really liked his style and voice. RER
  15. Maybe 5 generations of cats....it was made in the 1940's-50's by Anchor Hocking glass company in this Royal Ruby color and in Forest green. RER
  16. People in Colorado probably use it for removing seeds....need not say more. RER
  17. We have a set in Ruby Red.....my wife takes them out during the Christmas Holidays. RER
  18. Thank you Caperkid, blunderbuss2, aura, Rick55 and kivatinitz for the love. RER
  19. Thank you brunswick for the love! RER
  20. You can always get valuations by watching the outcome of similar items for sale on auction sites like eBay, etsy etc...RER
  21. Thank you jscott0363 for the comments and love and thank you vetraio50, TassieDevil, mikelv85, martika and racer4four for the loves. Bob
  22. Certainly looks like Spelter (white metal) with some brass rings and socket. Spelter has been around since the late 1800's....hard to date exactly. RER
  23. Thank you Lise and antiquerose for this input. Bob
  24. It has the British Registry Mark under base so you can look it up online as to when it was made. The "Rn" is actually Rd for Registered. The maker is obviously a British glassmaker and it looks like a...
  25. The metal one is not pewter but more likely Zinc/ tin and is a B&H lamp dating circa 1890-1910. The other lamp has an eblings collar and has a purple tint common to lamps from the 1890's-1915 era. The...
  26. Bonne Fete du Canada....just to cover everyone. Robert Etienne Richard
  27. It's from the 1960-70's. RER
  28. Hi jeneric! I'm surprised that no one answered you already. If you look up the definition of "cloisons", you will see that it means small cells and these cells in old cloisonne are filled in with molt...
  29. Thank you martika, jscott0363, kivatinitz and aura for the loves. Bob
  30. Vetraio50....You are absolutely right! The "fresco" of Guru Nanak on the Wikipedia page is almost identical to the medal. I would have never thought of Sikhism. I suppose the halo and the star on the ...
  31. The Contractor guaranteed that the roof on the porch could hold up a dozen men....voila Proof!!
  32. Thank you Caperkid and LoetzDance for the love. Bob
  33. Quite interesting lustre glass page depicting shapes, colours in 1928. Scroll down the listing page. RER
  34. Agree with Efesgirl...it most certainly is Silver and I see the same letters. RER
  35. Whether you travelled by train, by motorbike, by boat or by a 3-seater Model A's, St. Christopher protected you. There are literally thousands of different depictions of St. Christopher out there....y...
  36. This is a Catholic Medal depicting Saint Christopher who (at one time) was the Patron Saint of travellers.....including those travelling by Model A's (image on back). He is often depicted carrying bab...
  37. Thank you kivatinitz for the love. RER
  38. Thank you kyratango for the love. Bob
  39. Thank you Ivonne, TassieDevil, and mikelv85 for the love. Bob **antiquerose...I haven't seen anything like this "made in Mexico". Mexico is an old country who traded with the world and a similar bask...
  40. Thank you Nicefice, blunderbuss2, fortapache, katherinescollections, aura, mikelv85 and jscott0363 for the loves. Bob
  41. Can't help too much with Euroean lamps but that shade is a beauty. RER
  42. It looks like a porcelain European Oil Lamp....there should be some info. on the thumbwheel on the burner. RER
  43. Thank you PostCardCollector and katherinescollections for the comments and thank you antiquerose, vetraio50, jscott0363, aura and blunderbuss2 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  44. Here is the link to the auction on July 7th, 2016. http://www.coinarchives.com/a/lotviewer.php?LotID=902299&AucID=1708&Lot=51&Val=0f7abea096eac537c831906d0e46576b
  45. Surprised that they would have used Uranium glass recently in Mexico. RER
  46. First Lamp: Massive Sewing Lamp by Riverside Glass Company circa 1900. Second Lamp: Composite Lamp (made with different materials-slate base, painted milk glass stem, pressed glass font) made by unkno...
  47. Thank you Ivonne and Glassie for the love. RER(BOB)
  48. Thank you philmac51 for the love. BOB
  49. Thank you aura and swfinluv1 for the love. BOB
  50. Merci Alain! Bob
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