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Saskatoon, Canada : 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 : 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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Rare Sherman Brooch, missing earrings. Jelly Belly and Rivoli Stones. Circa 1950 - Art Decoin Art Deco
Happy Canada Day, 151 Yrs. Old, Sherman Pins including Canada Day Pin 1967 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Rare, Rare, Canadian Sherman Alexandrite Bracelet, 1950's, Magnifique - Art Decoin Art Deco
Rare Canadian Sherman Japanned Topaz, Citrine, & AB Brooch, Necklace, & Earrings Parure Set Circa 1960 - Art Decoin Art Deco
A 2nd Irish George ll Table To Match My Table At Kykuit, Rockefeller Country Home, Originally Purchased at Tiffanys in 1908 - Furniturein Furniture
Very Rare Gustave Sherman Blue Drop Pendant Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Very Rare Sherman Signed SaphireDark Blue and Peacock Med Blue Rhinestone Choker Necklace. - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Rare Japanned Deep Siam Red Sherman Bracelet, Signed - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Signed Sherman Alexandrite & Fuschia & Clear Rhinestone Bracelet - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Set of display cases - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry


  1. Prob 40's to 50's but the books may have more exact dating.
  2. After Glasswear should read " of the Depression Era."
  3. The base has those ribbed legs which looks like the ones illustrated in the books Bedroom and Bathroom Glassware. The library still may have those books. I live in a city of 180 thous people with a go...
  4. From the second photo I assume the large glass ball lights up ?? Can you see if it has a metal diffuser over the bulb in the large glass ball ??
  5. A lot of these sofas were made well into the 20th century, into the 1980's. A lot of them date into the 1940's to 1960. I have a lot of chairs, some are dated to 1950 and were sold also through the ca...
  6. Thanks valentino97, love to you !~
  7. Thank you roddyq for the nice comment !~
  8. Thank you valentino97 for the nice comment !~
  9. The burled walnut is beautiful !~
  10. Love the star shaped prong inclusions and the big red rock, superb !~
  11. These are just so wonderful and glad to see you have a set of these beauties !~
  12. From what I know of these, they are probably from the early 1990's and I have seen similar on this site.
  13. Fleafinder you are a gem !~
  14. Thank you worthit2 for the comment !~
  15. Thank you valentino97 for your wonderful comment !~
  16. I definitely would have picked up these figurals, superb !~
  17. From what I see of these balloon back chairs of about 1950 or so, they are very nice. A lot of companies existed then and made traditional styles like Victorian. One of my Victorian chairs is marked 1...
  18. Possibly silver plate ?
  19. I like the burl walnut and I don't know what you mean the bottom spins ?? The mid section is in the form of balconies and looks just like the old architectural models they used to make in wood. Very ...
  20. Superb ensemble !~
  21. Unfortunately out of favour now so they often will not be put in top auctions. Mine was much more elaborate but fetched litte.
  22. I and my sister had identical banks with different bases, both had blue bases, no writing.
  23. My father found some rather astonishing ones in the back alleys back in the 80's to nineties. I wonder if this had covers for the exposed speaker sides ?
  24. Yes Eileen, you did very well. I have collections now and they appear to have made brooch sets more than parures in general. The use of these stones is considered rare indeed.
  25. I know that a lot of the gold rings they liked to use gold, and or rose gold, especially the ones made for the IOF !~
  26. Very pretty, it resembles a crown from the top !~
  27. So nice to see you posting these rare treasures again !~
  28. Most makers put their own takes on rockers. Unfortunately interest has waned on collecting these. Of the thousands of furniture makers that there once were, less than 3% left any info of their busines...
  29. I wonder if its KKK, just sayin'.
  30. Love the small pliers and nice pix.
  31. I don't see anything like queen anne legs I see a chairs legs and why you don't want to show us the arms of the chair ??? The chair is a earlier 20th century chair which they have tried to give a Chip...
  32. I have a fold up canvas and metal tubing small coke chair. This one of yours is much nicer.
  33. I have this bracelet in blues and pinks and a myriad of colours and was one of Sherman's most popular ones, probably mid 50's to early 60's and beyond. Very easy to spot this one at once, his clear st...
  34. Looks like the brass ones I was buying in the 80's and 90's when redecorating.
  35. Gorgeous set, simplicity yet high quality !~
  36. A gorgeous pin !~
  37. Super Van Damme, glam !~
  38. I have had several variations of this. Most often they carry a mummy inside. Love Egyptomania !~
  39. Your collection is amazing !~
  40. Gorgeous piece !~
  41. You really do have an astonishing collection of these patriotic colours, unbelieveable !~
  42. A beautiful pinwheel which is my favourite design for a brooch !~
  43. Gorgeous !
  44. I love bookcases, I have 9 of them and this is one anyone could make room for, beautiful !~
  45. Gorgeous design going on here !~
  46. Looks like a beautiful pansy design.
  47. He is a wonderful lamp !!~ Never seen anything like it !
  48. You are the watch expert here, super find !~
  49. Its a nice blue but not a cobalt blue, a lot of times they just call it a Wedgewood blue. Love it !~
  50. You probably have the right age estimate. These were made throughout the 20th century, most of them made in England.
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