Ottawa, Canada

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


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Info. Needed on Sterling Black Onyx Pendant-LAR.IN-925 - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Small  Classic  "Art Nouveau"  Pottery Vase - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
WELZ  Unusual  Fire Red "Jardiniere" Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Golden SNOWFLAKE and Tim Hortons- Very Canadian EH!! - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Barovier and Toso "Pulled Feather" Paperweight- 1950's Venetian Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
What Style would you call this Bracelet- Is it a Czech piece? - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Colourful Couple MADE IN AUSTRIA Pottery Dish- Who Dunnit? - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Royal Worcester Mark ID- I need Help! - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Little Purple Velvet Box Surprise - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Clear Green and White Opalescent GRADUATED RAINDROPS VASE- Who Dunnit? - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. I used to be a "caller" at a Bingo Hall and many of my players had these good luck elephants sitting on their bingo cards. Apparently, and don't tell anyone, but to be "lucky elephants", their trunks ...
  2. Thank you Eza, Nicefice, kivatinitz and getthatmonkeyoutofme for the loves. RER(BOB)
  3. Hi Lee! I thought that was glare...didn't see the mark/stamp. I still love these Bohemian Spatter vases. RER
  4. antiquerose! C'est comme deranger un Nid D'Abeille ce sujet la...RER
  5. Quite a unique shape Lee. I've always wondered if these tightly packed, almost raised spatters with a shiny finish were really that old (pre-ww2) as claimed. I have a few vases with this type of finis...
  6. Thank you aura for the love. RER
  7. Thank you ho2cultcha for the comments and thank you valentino97 and mikelv85 for the loves. RER(Bob)
  8. They look like Fire King Oven Glass by Anchor Hocking made in the early 1940's to the 1950's. RER(BOB)
  9. Thank you Peasejean55, racer4four, Nicefice, Moonstonelover21 and inky for the love. RER(BOB)
  10. Thank you antiquerose, smiata, rucklczglass and IanBrighton for the loves. RER(BOB)
  11. Thanks Efesgirl! Looked it up under a loop and it certainly looks like it could be .825. The letters are LAR but the others look like a IH or IN and maybe a IM. Thank you also Gillian for your comm...
  12. Tis a beauty...to say the least!! Love the pink iridescence near the rim in the third photo. RER (Robert)
  13. Looks like a wine bottle of the 1920-40's that had a snap-on cap. Art Nouveau....I'm not sure about that. BOB
  14. blunderbuss2! I said that they "were probably the earliest ones that I have seen". We sometimes come across "black" wine bottles from France that would be earlier than the Gin bottles. BOB
  15. Hi Alan! I love this vase and I'll tell you why.... http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/95576-kralik-welz-or-ruckl-please-help RER(BOB)
  16. Holland Gin was probably the most traded item throughout the world. I have found hundreds here in Canada. The ones with this type of under-base and in black glass were probably the earliest ones I hav...
  17. Rules are that we can identify, comment, approve, etc.. but values are not allowed. Everything has value to someone.....I like this vase and someone might be able to decipher the mark. Hang in there. ...
  18. A true "sleuth" is what you are Monsieur Vetraio. Merci pour votre interet et diligence. Robert Etienne Richard
  19. Thank you mikelv85, jensen, kyratango, Radegunder, vetraio50, Efesgirl, katherinescollections, racer4four, aura, ho2cultcha and Roycroftbooksfromme1 for the loves. RER(BOB)
  20. Thank you Rick55 and valentino97 for the love. RER(BOB)
  21. Thank you Rick55 for the love. RER(Bob)
  22. Thanks Scott for the comments and thank you antiquerose for the love. BOB
  23. Thank you kivatinitz for the love. RER(BOB)
  24. thank you Michelleb007 and kivatinitz for the love. RER(BOB)
  25. Thank you Gillian and kyratango for the love and comments and thank you mikelv85, aura, katherinescollections, racer4four, vetraio50 and nutsabotas6 for the loves. RER ( Bob)
  26. Thank you blunderbuss2, racer4four, Moonstonelover21, swfinluv1, welzebub, vetraio50, sklo42, mkelv85, antiquerose, kyratango and aura for the loves. RER (Bob)
  27. I speak and write French but I'm more comfortable in English since I went to an english high school and university. As far as for Spanish, I really loved listening to Linda Rondstadt's "Canciones De ...
  28. The metal is actually SPELTER (White Metal) a mixture of mainly Zinc and other metals. The font and shade holder and spreader and thumbwheel is Brass. RER
  29. As a Vase, it's unique and a beauty. My evaluation on anything I see is not based on what people ask for them but on what people are getting for them. If you look at the listings in the link, some peo...
  30. I can tell you to look up Teleflora Vase on ebay and you will find the one in the centre at the back. The others are quite colourful and are certainly the start of a nice Art Glass collection. RER
  31. The shape of the pitcher resembles a U.S. Glass /Tiffin blank. The actual name of the etching, I'm not quite sure. RER
  32. Thank you aura and jscott0363 for the loves. RER
  33. Thank you ho2cultcha, inky, AmberRose, epson233 and Hornet for the loves. RER(BOB)
  34. The pattern is Thumbprint. Fenton made a very similar covered compote in this green colour in 1963 but the base and finial is different than yours so someone else made it and I'm not sure who. This is...
  35. I love your lamp but I also love the "Artwork" in the mirror (beautiful colours). RER
  36. I see PIRRAIOS. Maybe Portuguese. RER(BOB)
  37. Stone could be Lapis Lazuli....certainly the right blue. RER
  38. Not exactly the same but FAT! RER(BOB) http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/84364-my-wifes-dont-touch-it-fabulous-fat
  39. Colour and style/shape reminds me of Bagley/Sowerby Glass....both English Glass manufacturers. RER
  40. The hardware looks original to the lamp and I would think that the thumbwheel may have a Crown design that indicates a newer Japan or Taiwan provenance. They made thousands of lamp designs over the la...
  41. Are those Turtle Heads for the feet of the Candlesticks? The colour and triple rings make me think of English/Irish Glass of the mid to late 1800's. My humble opinion of course. RER(BOB)
  42. Hi antiquerose! Since we uploaded this set, we have given it to a family member so we do not have access to it anymore. The only info was the numbers mentionned above. Thanks for the info/comments and...
  43. FREAKY! and I like it!! RER(BOB)
  44. Yours was probably an Award Medal given at the Exposition....is there any information other than what is on this one? Nice to have a case with it. RER(BOB)
  45. I think the marks are for GDR German Democratic Republic a post war designation of the area in Germany where it was made. The numbers are the mold/product numbers for this item. RER(BOB)
  46. You could ship it by mail but the liquid inside would have to be drained out. Some later Grenades contained Carbon Tetrachloride, a very dangerous liquid that would pose a danger to anyone nearby that...
  47. Thank you Efesgirl for the love. RER
  48. WOW!! Thank you eye4beauty! That certainly IS it! Barovier & Toso and with an original label to boot.... can't get more definite than this. I think that my Cobalt with lime feathering is more stunning...
  49. Thank you melaniej for the love. BOB
  50. Thank you kyratango for the love. Bob
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