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PhilDMorris

PhilDMorris

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 show that I own all items.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, or Alan231, 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 LARGE BLACK OPAGUE SIGNED SHERMAN ART DECO EARRINGS - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
SHERMAN JET BLACK FIVE ROW MARQUISE CRYSTAL BRACELET - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
SIGNED SHERMAN bROOCH WITH 3 TYPES OF STONES USED - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Signed Sherman Set Of Art Deco Bracelet, Brooch, & Earrings - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Vintage Art Deco Bronze Leaping Girl Mascots / Bookends by French Sculptor Morante circa 1925 - Art Decoin Art Deco
SHERMAN OPAQUE PINK & CHAMPAGNE TOPAZ- TRIPLE LEAF CLUSTER MOTIF NECKLACE SET, SIGNED WITH OVAL CARTOUCHE, EARLY 1950's - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Black Gustave Sherman Signed Brooch Circa late 60's, Black Jappaned Back - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
My Home & My Furniture  - Furniturein Furniture
Signed Sherman Flower Pin Circa 1950's With Earrings - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Signed Opague White Bracelet Set, Circa 1960 - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

Comments

  1. Thank uou plein-air for the nice comment !~
  2. Thanks MrsTyndall and antiquerose for the comments !~
  3. Gorgeous nicely set stones of a quality piece !~
  4. A very captivation piece, so nice with the research !~
  5. The big box stores at the time sold many of these, especially during the 1970's.!~
  6. What is an op shop ?? What is it made of?? white size??You guve us no info >>
  7. Not sure if there are many larger clock collectors on this site. Yhe better way to go is there are still some clock repair places which sell finer antique clocks and ay have a lot more info.I used to ...
  8. Mystery solved.
  9. I used to go to a shop which had so many of these figurals including large pieces, life size busts etc. In the later 80's there were still a lot of whirtware and greenware sores out there. . They held...
  10. With thousands of furniture makers and 98% leaving no records at all, I'd say your chance is rather slim.Many rockers out there, and common ones like this are at small auctions all the time going for ...
  11. I wonder if they stood on their own or were incorporated into an ashtray hoder with a cup for cigs and 2 ashtrays. like many from the forties and 50's were. Old catalogs would probably show them in t...
  12. Likely mid thirties to early fifties, nice veneer work to give it some other design than the tradition back splat of an acanthus leaf scroll drsign. It is influenced by the art deco design which is ea...
  13. Sherman did a lot of brooches with the white opague stones but could not link this exact one yet to his designs. Very interesting however.
  14. The larger of the two has some beautiful teardrop shaped crystals which I would have loved to find for myself !!
  15. She must not have known too much. The shade is definitely not marble as marble is opague and will not let light go through it. Either slag glass or alabaster but cannot tell from the poor pictures.
  16. Award for most useless photos for sure.
  17. They are fairly new.
  18. Thanks Olga, much appreciated !~
  19. Thanks Olga, much appreciated !~
  20. Thanks Olga, much appreciated !~
  21. Armed and completely dangerous as most of the jewellery of the period. I don't think it is going to attack you however and the design looks like a hairy old moth, but fab as all sherman is. I admire t...
  22. Made in the 1970's some time probably early 1970's. Most of theselike 99% are totally unmarked. The only hope you have to identify is if someone had one with some info still affixed to it, Very nice.
  23. Thanks Broochman, I appreciate !~
  24. Or at least write down a description of the words ??
  25. Just curioous why you do not rotate your ohotos so we do not have to break our neck ????
  26. Possiblyaround 1940 or so, judging by the mirror !~
  27. If they were going to use a church, youd think they would use a much simpler design.'Maybe take it to your local pastor and maybe he will see a church. I have seen that design before, however !~
  28. They made a lot of desk model airplanes for collectors and to give as gifts. There is someone who puts a lot of plastic replacement props on these planes but I find them quite offensive.
  29. Nice to see you keeping these wonderful stones ib captivity. They look very special indeed, especially when in such fine condition. The baguette stones are so beautiful in this configuration ans looki...
  30. The shape looks to be that of a pineapple which is common in that era. I love the epergne in the second picture also !~
  31. Thank you Watchsearcher for the comment..Evita's life after her death was as fascinating as her life was with the body being preserved, hidden n another country, her return and being on display 20 yea...
  32. Thanks all for the nice comments. There are some more matronly pictures taken shortly before this photo was taken. She died at age 32. I should have posted her pictures of when she went to see the Pop...
  33. colours like that. Love Weiss whenSometimes the AB would change like that. They made a lot of quality pieces using prong set stones instead of glue !~
  34. I have seen a lot of them and have some which when turned over started to get hot for a light. All have been on standing ashtrays. Two holes in ashtray would collect ash, one for lighter and one for a...
  35. Extraordinary set, how fortunate for you !~
  36. Thank you bijou I appreciate. This is the second red one I have and love the clear one, maybe more.
  37. Elephants enchant the masses, no wonder this piece has its own magic !~
  38. Really cute, your collection continues to delight !~
  39. Plesse answer the above question ??
  40. If we could see more detail maybe but with the pictures SO SMALLit is hard to tell of date.
  41. Nice quality claw setting on all the stones, magnifique !~
  42. The book does show these in a clear colour.
  43. I believe from construction and especially the base that this piece may have been sold as a car mascot more recently. Nice reproduction but I believe also that Manikin knows her dolls the best so I wo...
  44. Thank yu. I unfortunatelypaid top prices by some greedy sellers so items would not be cheap. I hacw no way to get in touch as no email.
  45. Late 19th cent at best. The locks are English also. Not a classic Empire piece with later pull handles.
  46. Is the statue completely hollow underneath or is it filled in ?? You may not be able to see that. Another question- is the detail of THE RAISED FOOTshaep or somewhat not there ???Usually with the bad...
  47. Very nice prong held stones, I wonder if it is by Weiss, who made a lot of prong held stone butterflies - I know that Mani and I are jjelous of this find, a real gem !~
  48. Yes Roy, I am still collecting and trying again this month to start work on some of them again.
  49. I was going to commentate on your lamps but since you only want values mouse the appraisal button.
  50. A lot of these were buyable when I did stained glass in the early 80's. They sold a lot of these stones. Just have to watch out for plastic ones also.
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