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PhilDMorris

PhilDMorris

Saskatoon, Canada

carmascot@hotmail.com : I have total use of all my photos and all items shown on this site are mine. I can take a picture with any other item to prove my point to shcarmascot@hotmail.com : I have total use of all my photos and all items shown on this site are mine. I can take a picture with any other item to prove my point to show that I own all items. If you do not like it, or want to cause any trouble on my pages, as some people have tried, particularly Sean68, then please leave my page and go to your own page !! Love to all. Embracing the energy within ourselves will bring all of us to a new understanding and valuing of life, a vision that inspires you to live and love on planet earth. Like a priceless jewel, buried in dark layers of soil and stone, Earth radiates her brilliant beauty into the caverns of space and time. I am absolutely fascinated by collecting ! I collect for my sister also, mainly Sherman Jewellery. I also like to collect Art Deco and car mascots, the older ones from Paris and UK mainly. Love to work on older photos and color my black and white photos. (Read more)

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Signed Opague White Bracelet Set, Circa 1960 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Phil As X-Man - Advertisingin Advertising
Signed Sherman Red Siam Bracelet Set, Japanned Back, With Oversize Bracelet. - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Very Rare Gustave Sherman Blue Drop Pendant Necklace - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Large Art Deco Mirror with bevelled 5 inch wide panels - Art Decoin Art Deco
Canadian Table Airplane Lamp circa 1950 - Advertisingin Advertising
Silver Charm Bracelet - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Sherman Gold Backed Pins and Earrings, Fantasy Colours - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Rare Sherman Brooch, missing earrings. Jelly Belly Cabochons and Rivoli Stones. Circa 1950 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Happy Canada Day, 151 Yrs. Old, Sherman Pins including Canada Day Pin 1967 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

Comments

  1. Thank you Mrstyndall, sending love out your way !~
  2. These were all made after the war. Probably around 1960.
  3. There is no real style to this chair or period covered. It is just traditional in make and a lot of companies made chairs not defined by a style. Many to most companies made chairs that were not in an...
  4. A harlequinjade type of Pierott and Columbine derived scene, very common story that many bookends and lamps were made to tell the story.
  5. A run of the mill dresser if ever considered valuable. A piece like this is rather common, nice enough, but these pieces were never considered valuable in any decade so the guy was off his rocker.
  6. I am more than jealous of this gift, such an amazing collection here. All you have left is to document its story on the back as that is most important.
  7. You really deserve this beauty and I am happy it was you that got it. You must have felt elated as its beauty is undeniable. Bless you and your collection !~
  8. Gorgeous postcard and in great shape, the info gleaned was amazing !~
  9. Thank you buckethead, very nice of you !~
  10. Not in my particular Shelley book. It is not Art Deco enough, so not a very highly valued set in comparison to her very decorative series.
  11. I found some like these. My fave was one that would squirt water at the subject and then I would appologize to the sitter and let them take a pic of me. Just before I handed the camera over I turned t...
  12. Hope not too many people slam on the brakes when you show up !~
  13. I would think a monkey.
  14. Judging by the style and handles it looks bona fide 1939 or 1940. It is nice but don't quit your job and expect a windfall !~
  15. From the 1970's, you sure know your antiques !~
  16. Thank you jbingham95 for the kind words, most appreciated !~
  17. Thank you Newfld, love to you !~
  18. What a fantastic pin, beautiful !~
  19. Thanks Roycroft, most appreciative !~
  20. Wow, very cool !~
  21. Very gorgeous, whoever made and painted these photos had so much talent.
  22. They are nice but probably Indonesia or Thailand where they still make a lot of these pieces.
  23. Its a gorgeous Northwind chair which were quite popular. Nothing really was written on them, but believed to be made by many different makers. Each of them would have put their own spin on the design !~
  24. They also made leather postcards !~
  25. I love these vintage postcards, all in fun !~
  26. You have a right to be proud and we all appreciate his service. Please do not remove this post !!~
  27. Congratulations on collecting lamps, I love to collect certain ones and this one is a beauty. The colours are like pastel so they just are a dream !~
  28. Beautiful use of stones and very unusual stone. When you can find an expensive piece for half price that is a real score, and expensive pieces, I love when they have rare stones and they are rare piec...
  29. Play on !!~
  30. Statues never used bases for clocks like this one has. Very ordinary piece.
  31. I was a big fan of theirs !~
  32. Gorgeous beaded number, love the black opaque stones !~
  33. My condolences Mrstyndall, glad that you got these 3 beauties for your collection, you have fine taste 1~
  34. Airplanes always garner huge attention in the collecting world, I have a collection of them myself although I mostly have metal ones.
  35. Bird is her Court Officer who picks up the documents and swears them in.
  36. Glad that I never get chapped lips !~
  37. Looks later 70's to early 1980's/
  38. The first pic is a trench art lighter it looks like.
  39. I wish I knew as much about this jewellery as Mr. Bird on Judge Judy. He always wears incredible turqoise like this. Wonderful top rate repair !~
  40. Thanks Sue, appreciate the comment. The statue in the middle is by Menneville very much in the manner of the friends statue by Demetre Chiparus.
  41. Thanks kwqd for the love.
  42. A coffee table is a great item, can do all your business deals over it. Glad you got rid of those drink stains.
  43. Very nice heraldic shield design which was incorporated in to a lot of different beer memorabilia.
  44. You could hit the Appraisal link at the top, they may be able to help.
  45. Hit the " Appraisal " at the top with your mouse.
  46. Thanks antiquerose for your comment and particularly your valued friendship !~
  47. I think they are oilettes which a lot of postcard makers used in the very early 1900's. These are later. oilettes are printed on paper or thicker paper or cardboard and usually show the oil strokes an...
  48. There was no menition of that name in old marble encylop. so I assume he was working during the older times. The resin pieces were mainly done in the 70's to the mid eighties and they made some very n...
  49. No, not Irish, does not have any of the known cymbols for an Irish chair. This design is chippendale but not enough elements. A lot of the manufacturers put their own design spin on chippendale as mos...
  50. Thanks Chilibear, you could email me send a pic and what you want done and I could send it on to Renee and she could get in touch with you. My email is on my home page, just click my name.
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