LOUMANAL

Ottawa, Canada

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

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French Bronze Cross "IN HOC SIGNO VINCES" Masonic/Templar Rites - Medals Pins and Badgesin Medals Pins and B…
 Czech-Bohemian Orange Tango Black Flame Decor VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Tango by Michael Powolny or Kralik  Tango or........ - Art Glassin Art Glass
Star-Topped Diaphanous Vaseline Glass Panelled Vase  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rubina Verde- Cranberry and Lime Coloured Glass JIP Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tall Green Fluorescent Decanter with Etched ROSES  - Glasswarein Glassware
Thought this one was by Indiana Glass but.... - Glasswarein Glassware
Small Flat Scottish MONART Glass Pin Dish with "Snakeskin” Spatter - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antique  Solid Cast Iron French ALTAR CRUCIFIX- Any Ideas 
 Another Czech Made Perfume Bottle- possibly for DeVilbiss - Bottlesin Bottles

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  1. It’s been a while since I uploaded this and when I saw CW member Ian Brighton’s ribbed vase with a similar treatment, I thought I would add it for comparisons. RER
  2. Thanks Jericho for the comments and love....have a marvellous happy new year!
  3. The J P L mark stands for the Jean Pouyat Co. in Limoges, France and was used on their tableware from 1890 to 1932. The red mark was put on their pieces as a tribute to Oscar Gutherz who worked for Li...
  4. Tiges de Bleuets
  5. Looks like green soapstone....a lot of Eskimo/Inuit carving was done with soapstone. This particular figurine is not in the style done by the Inuit. RER
  6. Thank you vetraio50 and TassieDevil for the love. BOB
  7. Hi MacDaddyRico! It has been happening, is happening and will be happening till mankind no longer exists. Hoax?? Who really knows! Thank you fortapache, mikelv85, Collectomaniac and Roycroftbooksfro...
  8. Thank you shareurpassion and Vintagefran for the loves. BOB
  9. Thank you Vintagefran for the love and comments! It is quite an Eerie item that glows all by itself. BOB
  10. Look up “Custard” glass for your “ BOWL”.
  11. All native depictions of local animals, bears, turtles, birds etc...
  12. Too much information blunderbuss2 lol
  13. Yes, pipe reamer!
  14. Thank you IronLace, welzebub and antiquerose for the loves. Bob
  15. Thank you vetraio50 for the love. Bob
  16. Thank you kivatinitz for the love. RER
  17. Thank you Glasstronaut for the comments and thank you aura and Roycroftbooksfromme for the loves.Bob
  18. Thank you fortapache, Ivonne, philmac51, sklo42, mikelv85, artfoot, EZa, kivatinitz, IanBrighton and Lisa-lighting for the loves. RER
  19. Hi Alan! I missed your yellow one because I certainly would have commented on it. The flames go all the way to the top on yours. Dry nice! Thank you for the love and comments. And thank you jimtim, M...
  20. Thanks Jericho! I changed my title to “Black Flame” since it represents quite well the pulled effect decor. Love the ones in your link and the different base colours. Bob
  21. Wow that first one is quite striking...love it!
  22. You’re never too young to enjoy Halloween.......good for You!
  23. My Grandmother used to make Quilts with the “Sun Bonnet Sue” pattern which looked a lot like these 2 little girls. Probably based on a nursery rhyme or children’s book.
  24. Sorry, I just noticed the Fleur-de-lys design plus the leaf design on both sections so l’ll take back my comment.
  25. Very often, the tiles are identified individually by the manufacturer. It would have no bearing on the painter but could help in dating the tiles. Again, what does it say on the bottom front right.
  26. What does the writing say on the bottom right, La Rente Colonial? And something else under that.
  27. The chain with attachment and the Marcasites looks older than the Faux Turquoise pendant which is also of a different later style. Could be a marriage.
  28. Deco yes!
  29. Thank you racer4four for the comments and love. Bob
  30. Wondering if this vase that I uploaded 4 years ago could have been Japanese? I am still unsure of the maker/ date. Bob
  31. Must have looked fabulous when the Silver plate was complete. It is a fancy parlour lamp made of Brass so it was an expensive lamp when it was made. It has an Eastlake motif on the font holder so prob...
  32. Thanks Glasstronaut for the comments. I’m watching your Bohemian glass uploads...looks like you have some pretty unique pieces. Bob
  33. Thank you aura for the love. RER
  34. Thank you valentino97 for the love. Bob
  35. Are you are asking about the “metal” used in these types of Medals? Very often when they are gilded, it is because they are made of lesser important materials like iron, aluminum, tin, copper, zinc. ...
  36. Thank you Lisa-lighting, aura, MacArt and antiquerose for the loves. Bob
  37. Thank you Jericho, aura and antiquerose for the loves. Bob
  38. Thanks Jericho for the link. It is an active auction link so we can’t show it here. The shape is quite similar but the vase is only 8” tall, the base is all green like the vase; mine is an applied she...
  39. Thank you mikelv85, MarcArt, artfoot and jimtim for the loves. RER
  40. Thanks Phil! What do you think? Loetz or Kralik or something else?
  41. Thank you IronLace, inky, welzebub, fortapache, Glassie, Lisa-lighting and SEAN68 for the loves. Bob
  42. Thanks Kevin for the love. BOB
  43. A very interesting and lubricating upload maverik101. Welcome to CW. I can say that this is right up my rusty alley of interest. RER
  44. Thank you vetraio50, IronLace, SEAN68, SpiritBear, fortapache, Ivonne, ho2cultcha, mikelv85 and sklo42 for the loves. Bob
  45. Thank you Newfld and Celiene for the comments and love and yes, it does glow marvelously under a black light. I have added a photo in my listing. BOB
  46. I think it is quite new and in a “prophylactic “ style. Sorry, it was my first impression and l’m quite impulsive. Bob
  47. As you say, they are nice Decorative bottles with interesting painted characters. The under-bases are not consistent with pre-1900 bottles. The paint on the designs looks too pristine. Still very nic...
  48. These types of silver medals were made for and given out at races, schools awards, art classes , swimming competitions etc.. and were made in many countries. There are a lot of them out there and unle...
  49. Looking up the label, I found this interesting information on the Label/Kralik Glass Company that was included on a Carnival Pitcher & Glass Set. I don't know if it is all accurate but it is certainly...
  50. "Liquid Gold" Phil! and with a label no less!
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