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Q: I bought this mermaid picture at an antique store and was told it was used for the amusement park exhibition at Ont Crystal Beach. (
Now part of Fort Erie).
It\'s about 183 High (72 inches)
It looks like it was painted on pine trees and handcrafts.
Art Deco style carved with Aboriginal style headwear.
The paint is becoming more and more delicate.
I want to know if what I have is real wealth (
I like it anyway.
Or something I pay more.
Thank you very much for your insight.
Your mermaid image is a solemn form of folk art and an important part of amusement parks and amusement parks.
Smaller numbers with an average height of one metre often decorate the relevant organs that play the music of the day.
Others stand in front of the ticket booth or the bioscope display.
The most famous is the conveyor belt full of horses.
The first is German woodworker Gustav Dentzel in the United States.
In North America, these numbers have grown from 1930 in 1870.
Crystal Beach Park was operational in 1888, and the 20 th century growth will be in line with your figure between 1890 and 1920.
The goddess attracted people\'s attention.
Like she intended.
May be unique.
It needs to be restored, but overall it\'s good.
For this elusive item, buyers will be tempted to pass the $10,000 mark.
Q: I have a very delicate cutting glass bowl from the glorious period of America.
On 1989, I bought the bowl at the little Antiques Fair at Carlingwood Mall for $265.
I stumbled upon a very small signature of Charles G.
Tuthill on one of thousands of small cut faces in the bowl.
The size is 10 cm high and the diameter is 25 cm (4 by 10 inches).
The bowl is in perfect condition, symmetrical in radial direction, as clear as the water in the mountain spring.
I\'m afraid something might happen to it if it\'s valuable.
Thank you, especially if you can help.
Although the brilliant period of cutting glass in the United States was from 1876 to about 1914, some of the best works were produced from 1908 to about 1915.
Charles, born in Corning, USA. Y.
In the 1890 s, Tuhill cutting glass was founded and operated in Middletown, NY. Y.
And keep in touch with all the big names and businesses in the US Glass Circle
Tiffany, Libby, stoben (Fred Carder)
Dorflinger and more.
Tuthill has an affinity for the outdoors, your bowl, the branches of the leaves, the flowers and the butterflies, reflecting that he has become good --known for.
Your signature bowl is a very good example and it will take about $2,500.
Q: I inherited this black, painted detailed cabinet inherited from my grandmother\'s aunt, who is from Gananoque.
The highest point is 191 cm and 107 cm wide (75 by 42 inch. My great-great-
Grandfather William McKenzie had a furniture company in Gananoque in the 1870 s and I was wondering if this cabinet could be a product of his store.
I have a print showing the store about 1880.
I can\'t find a mark on the cabinet indicating its origin.
I would like to know anything about this piece of furniture that you can find.
Jane, OttawaA you made a very good sideboard during the peak period of aesthetic movement in North America (1870-1900)
, Characterized by a very dark \"ebony\" end, with birds and bamboo shoots as the Japanese theme
All highlighted with gold plating-
And outstanding carved owl on the front panel.
This caters to North America and Europe\'s interest in Japanese themes, which were brought by the trade with Japan, which opened up as of 1854, and the Japanese who displayed their products at World Exhibitions a few years later.
Your history proves that this work is definitely sold through the store of your relatives, most likely made there.
It\'s in great condition, and even if the \"dark\" furniture isn\'t popular yet, someone will appreciate the fine piece for about $1,750.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
Q: I bought this mermaid picture at an antique store and was told it was used for the amusement park exhibition at Ont Crystal Beach. (
Now part of Fort Erie).
It\'s about 183 High (72 inches)
It looks like it was painted on pine trees and handcrafts.
Art Deco style carved with Aboriginal style headwear.
The paint is becoming more and more delicate.
I want to know if what I have is real wealth (
I like it anyway.
Or something I pay more.
Thank you very much for your insight.
Your mermaid image is a solemn form of folk art and an important part of amusement parks and amusement parks.
Smaller numbers with an average height of one metre often decorate the relevant organs that play the music of the day.
Others stand in front of the ticket booth or the bioscope display.
The most famous is the conveyor belt full of horses.
The first is German woodworker Gustav Dentzel in the United States.
In North America, these numbers have grown from 1930 in 1870.
Crystal Beach Park was operational in 1888, and the 20 th century growth will be in line with your figure between 1890 and 1920.
The goddess attracted people\'s attention.
Like she intended.
May be unique.
It needs to be restored, but overall it\'s good.
For this elusive item, buyers will be tempted to pass the $10,000 mark.
Q: I have a very delicate cutting glass bowl from the glorious period of America.
On 1989, I bought the bowl at the little Antiques Fair at Carlingwood Mall for $265.
I stumbled upon a very small signature of Charles G.
Tuthill on one of thousands of small cut faces in the bowl.
The size is 10 cm high and the diameter is 25 cm (4 by 10 inches).
The bowl is in perfect condition, symmetrical in radial direction, as clear as the water in the mountain spring.
I\'m afraid something might happen to it if it\'s valuable.
Thank you, especially if you can help.
Although the brilliant period of cutting glass in the United States was from 1876 to about 1914, some of the best works were produced from 1908 to about 1915.
Charles, born in Corning, USA. Y.
In the 1890 s, Tuhill cutting glass was founded and operated in Middletown, NY. Y.
And keep in touch with all the big names and businesses in the US Glass Circle
Tiffany, Libby, stoben (Fred Carder)
Dorflinger and more.
Tuthill has an affinity for the outdoors, your bowl, the branches of the leaves, the flowers and the butterflies, reflecting that he has become good --known for.
Your signature bowl is a very good example and it will take about $2,500.
Q: I inherited this black, painted detailed cabinet inherited from my grandmother\'s aunt, who is from Gananoque.
The highest point is 191 cm and 107 cm wide (75 by 42 inch. My great-great-
Grandfather William McKenzie had a furniture company in Gananoque in the 1870 s and I was wondering if this cabinet could be a product of his store.
I have a print showing the store about 1880.
I can\'t find a mark on the cabinet indicating its origin.
I would like to know anything about this piece of furniture that you can find.
Jane, OttawaA you made a very good sideboard during the peak period of aesthetic movement in North America (1870-1900)
, Characterized by a very dark \"ebony\" end, with birds and bamboo shoots as the Japanese theme
All highlighted with gold plating-
And outstanding carved owl on the front panel.
This caters to North America and Europe\'s interest in Japanese themes, which were brought by the trade with Japan, which opened up as of 1854, and the Japanese who displayed their products at World Exhibitions a few years later.
Your history proves that this work is definitely sold through the store of your relatives, most likely made there.
It\'s in great condition, and even if the \"dark\" furniture isn\'t popular yet, someone will appreciate the fine piece for about $1,750.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
Q: I bought this mermaid picture at an antique store and was told it was used for the amusement park exhibition at Ont Crystal Beach. (
Now part of Fort Erie).
It\'s about 183 High (72 inches)
It looks like it was painted on pine trees and handcrafts.
Art Deco style carved with Aboriginal style headwear.
The paint is becoming more and more delicate.
I want to know if what I have is real wealth (
I like it anyway.
Or something I pay more.
Thank you very much for your insight.
Your mermaid image is a solemn form of folk art and an important part of amusement parks and amusement parks.
Smaller numbers with an average height of one metre often decorate the relevant organs that play the music of the day.
Others stand in front of the ticket booth or the bioscope display.
The most famous is the conveyor belt full of horses.
The first is German woodworker Gustav Dentzel in the United States.
In North America, these numbers have grown from 1930 in 1870.
Crystal Beach Park was operational in 1888, and the 20 th century growth will be in line with your figure between 1890 and 1920.
The goddess attracted people\'s attention.
Like she intended.
May be unique.
It needs to be restored, but overall it\'s good.
For this elusive item, buyers will be tempted to pass the $10,000 mark.
Q: I have a very delicate cutting glass bowl from the glorious period of America.
On 1989, I bought the bowl at the little Antiques Fair at Carlingwood Mall for $265.
I stumbled upon a very small signature of Charles G.
Tuthill on one of thousands of small cut faces in the bowl.
The size is 10 cm high and the diameter is 25 cm (4 by 10 inches).
The bowl is in perfect condition, symmetrical in radial direction, as clear as the water in the mountain spring.
I\'m afraid something might happen to it if it\'s valuable.
Thank you, especially if you can help.
Although the brilliant period of cutting glass in the United States was from 1876 to about 1914, some of the best works were produced from 1908 to about 1915.
Charles, born in Corning, USA. Y.
In the 1890 s, Tuhill cutting glass was founded and operated in Middletown, NY. Y.
And keep in touch with all the big names and businesses in the US Glass Circle
Tiffany, Libby, stoben (Fred Carder)
Dorflinger and more.
Tuthill has an affinity for the outdoors, your bowl, the branches of the leaves, the flowers and the butterflies, reflecting that he has become good --known for.
Your signature bowl is a very good example and it will take about $2,500.
Q: I inherited this black, painted detailed cabinet inherited from my grandmother\'s aunt, who is from Gananoque.
The highest point is 191 cm and 107 cm wide (75 by 42 inch. My great-great-
Grandfather William McKenzie had a furniture company in Gananoque in the 1870 s and I was wondering if this cabinet could be a product of his store.
I have a print showing the store about 1880.
I can\'t find a mark on the cabinet indicating its origin.
I would like to know anything about this piece of furniture that you can find.
Jane, OttawaA you made a very good sideboard during the peak period of aesthetic movement in North America (1870-1900)
, Characterized by a very dark \"ebony\" end, with birds and bamboo shoots as the Japanese theme
All highlighted with gold plating-
And outstanding carved owl on the front panel.
This caters to North America and Europe\'s interest in Japanese themes, which were brought by the trade with Japan, which opened up as of 1854, and the Japanese who displayed their products at World Exhibitions a few years later.
Your history proves that this work is definitely sold through the store of your relatives, most likely made there.
It\'s in great condition, and even if the \"dark\" furniture isn\'t popular yet, someone will appreciate the fine piece for about $1,750.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
John Sewell is an expert in antiques and fine arts.
To submit an item to this column, go to the contact John page on www.
Johanswell antiquesca.
Please measure your work, say when and how you get it, how much you pay and list any identification marks.
High resolution jpeg must also be included. (
Email Submission is accepted only. )
Evaluation is only an estimate.
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