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LOUMANAL

Ottawa, Canada

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

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Grand "Diamond Medallion" Pattern Glass- Cake Stand? and Footed Bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
Mt. Washington, Hobbs, Stevens & Williams or Bohemian? - Art Glassin Art Glass
 "Thousand Prisms" Is this a Sklo Union or other Company Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Very Canadian Ehh!   GOWENS, KENT Co. "MAPLE LEAF"  ABCG Pitcher - Glasswarein Glassware
FANCY Yellow Variegated WELZ TROPHY VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
ASPREY, London Cuff Links Platinum, MOP, Seed Pearls and 18K Gold - Accessoriesin Accessories
Old FRANCE Game Bird Tureen/Terrine with Quail--Pillivuyt? - Potteryin Pottery
 Need Help Identifying this Huge Flower Vase - Potteryin Pottery
WELZ  Cream Pitcher match almost Found - Art Glassin Art Glass
Who is this 1864 BOEL on this Brass plate? - Signsin Signs

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  1. Yes, I have the same vase but a taller elongated one. I uploaded it a few years ago and is still in my CW page. Look it up. Bob
  2. When I saw a hand like that, there was a doctor attached to it asking me to cough! lol
  3. The “gall” of that bladder doing that to you! It’s been 6 days so you’re probably back to your ole self....take care!
  4. Thanks Phil! I’ll upload it to show it to CW members before I finally decide. Bob
  5. Phil...wonderful set and also the others you uploaded. I picked up a complete parure this weekend and was contemplating either selling it online or at an Antique show that we regularly attend. This is...
  6. Love these smoker ashtrays...I collect them and uploaded a whole bunch of them here at CW. I can’t link them now since I am travelling out of town. Bob
  7. Gillian....my email address is on my page. Click on Loumanal
  8. Thanks AnythingObscure! It has gone to a good home where it is displayed in full glory!
  9. Thank you aura, truthordare, Broochman, AdeleC, hunterglee, fortapache, Newfld and vetraio50 for the loves. Bob
  10. Thanks Tallcakes! I had never seen a small one like this. Do you think that it was also made in Canada and is this size very common?
  11. Circa 1950’s
  12. It’s an early 1860ish or earlier whale oil lamp missing the double round wick metal burner that sits on the rim. Google it and you will find all the information you need. This pedestaled one is quite ...
  13. Thanks for the info Tallcakes!
  14. I picked up a covered “Harlequin” covered dish in this green satin colour on the weekend. It was also by L. E. Smith c1930’s (I think). Tallcakes, I found scarce Green “ CanadianNugget” cake platter t...
  15. Thank you rocker-sd, antiquerose, Lamplover78, sinnomore, hunterglee and Hobbsran for the loves. RER (Bob)
  16. Tallcakes you are still amazing! Hope you are still finding new treasures. RER (Bob)
  17. The mark looks like something that an owner would add to valuables in order to recognize it or identify it if it was stolen. The lamp would date 1920+
  18. Thank you larksel, MALKEY, sklo42, Radegunder, aura and vetraio50 for the loves. Bob
  19. Thank you hunterglee, vetraio50, fortapache, shareurpassion, Newfld, Ivonne and IronLace for the loves. RER
  20. Thank you Ivonne...it looks as beautiful in amber as it does in clear and in blue. Thanks for your input and love. Thank you also aura, vetraio50, Brunswick; and SEAN68 for the loves.
  21. Thanks Tallcakes! I did find a similar decoration on a Phoenix Rubina Verde pitcher so it certainly could be a solid lead. Thank you Mrstyndall and Blunderbuss2 for the loves. Bob
  22. Thank you sklo42....will look them up. It is similar to other vases that I have put away over the years so maybe I'll be able to identify the others. Appreciate your help! Thank you also Malkey for y...
  23. Thanks cameoboy.......very interesting possible connection to Loetz. Parkerhouse! Sorry I never got back to you...of course you can use the photos of the label and or the bottle for your purposes. By...
  24. One of my favourite colours......nice!
  25. Yes, a beautiful colour combination!
  26. From the 1930’s...this is really uncanny, I went to a consignment store yesterday and picked up this exact sans-lid planter ( I thought) and wondered how I would ever find any information on it. I ope...
  27. Reminds me of the praying peasant girl in The Angelus painting/ depiction by Jean-Francois Millet.
  28. Drooling at the beauties.....thanks for the dream- catchers!
  29. Love that fabulous Webb Cameo Glass vase in front....the lamp is also a stunner! RER(Bob)
  30. Thank you Sinnomore and Lamplover78 for the loves. RER
  31. Thank you Lady_Sussex_Downs, Destiny.Jennifer.g.,MyFavoriteTreasures, edkal65, Sinnomore, hunterglee, bracken3 and TreasureTex for the loves. Bob
  32. Love it! If it has holes, it could be a smoker ashtray. Mine is hole-less. Love the colour combo.
  33. Yes, post WW2. Value is at least $20 Canadian since this is what I paid for it. You should upload it so that others can see it. Thanks for the comments. Bob
  34. And so it shall remain.....in the store I mean!!
  35. Thank you Truthordare and IronLace for the loves. Bob
  36. Happy to be your 30th love! It is a stunning piece. Bob
  37. Thanks Jericho! The mark unlike other Kralik marks has a ground-like feel instead of an acid-treatment like many. Thank you MALKEY for your comments and love. Bob
  38. A quite nice one! Posted one last year in yellow and black....recognized yours immediately.
  39. Thank you AnnaB and kivatinitz for the loves. Bob
  40. Beautiful...just beautiful! Reminds me of something I have lying around the house. Bob
  41. Thank you worthit2 for the love.
  42. Thank you worthit2 and AdeleC for the loves. Bob
  43. Thank you walksoftly and hunterglee for the loves. RER
  44. Thank you aura and hunterglee for the loves. RER
  45. Thank you blunderbuss2, fortapache and aura for the loves. Bob
  46. Another Gowan’s, Kent & Co. pitcher that I listed 6 years ago....fabulous quality glass
  47. Never really got an answer on this pair of satin decorated items....anyone know?
  48. Thank you Truthordare, hunterglee, Newfld, vetraio50 and AdeleC for the loves. Bob
  49. Thank you kivatinitz for the love!
  50. Canada before confederation issue hundreds of “jetons” in lower (French Canada) and “tokens” in upper (English Canada). Many of the early banks issued them as currency.
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