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Burnaby Lake
Antiques Fair
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view A sampling of treasures found at past Burnaby Lake Antiques Fairs:

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Discontinued china, sterling and silver-plated flatware matching service offered by Min's Antiques International, Langley.

Left: Good selection of vintage and antique firearms, accessories and militaria. The Upper Fort Holdings Ltd., Winnipeg.
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Fine examples of antique timepieces spanning 300 years, seldom seen on the Vancouver market. Pacific Antique Clocks and Lavender Hill Inc., West Vancouver.

Left: Sparkling display of vintage architectural lighting, Patagonia Antiques, Vancouver.
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Far left: Attractive arrangement of Flow Blue china, pottery, and depression-era cobalt blue glassware. Somewhere in Time, Surrey.

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This beautiful set of Chinese cinnabar lacquered furniture, circa 1930's - 40's, included 8 separate pieces. House of Theodore, Maple Ridge.

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With multiple dealers specializing in antique and estate jewelry, the quality and variety offered was outstanding, including this very stylish Victorian onyx, gold and pearl pendant/locket. Bygones Antiques, West Vancouver.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Good selection of antiquarian, first edition, and out-of-print books, as well as old maps, prints, and broadsides. Purpora Books, Burnaby.

Left: Highly collectible English Cornishware...the blue striped continues to be the most sought-after color and several rare pieces were available in this booth. Shakers & Such, Victoria.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Eye-catching display of mid-century Modern china, pottery, glassware and much more...Retroactive, Vancouver.

Middle left: Very scarce delphite blue sugar canister made by the Jeannette Glass Company in the late 1930's. Memories, Maple Ridge.

Left: Fabulous Art Deco figural lamp with Czech fruit-motif glass shade. Angie's Antiques & Collectibles, Surrey.
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Far left: An eclectic mix of country stuff, primitives and advertising wares, with complimenting floral arrangements, made for an eye-catching booth display. Country Lane Antiques, Fort Langley.

Left: Classic, boldly-colored felt pennants from the 1920's...very collectible! A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: This stylish Art Deco glass vase, signed by the maker, was quickly snapped up by a savvy collector! Louise Baxter, Surrey.
Middle left: Excellent selection of rings, from cocktail to engagement, and everything in between. Eve Dove Gems, Sorrento.
Left: Colorful array of vintage Hawaian shirts and neckties from the 1950's and 60's. Shirt labels included Pineapple Moon, Sun Valley, Kahalla and Pineapple Connection. Antiques Etc, Richmond.
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Historic and contemporary fine art, paintings, drawings, prints, and more. Associate Member of the International Society of Appraisers, James Finlay Fine Art Wealth Management, Vancouver.

Left: Collection of hand-painted Royal Doulton figurines, as well as several desirable Josef Originals. Red Deer Antiques, Burnaby.
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Far left: Anyone looking for quality, period furnishings was not disappointed. A good variety could be found in mahogany, walnut, cherry and other traditional woods. Antiques By Design, Chilliwack.
Left: Collectible toys were well represented, with multiple dealers offering a wide variety in categories such as trains, Matchbox, robots, character, Occupied Japan, soldiers, Disney, flying machines (shown), and much more. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

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Far left: Huge Moorcroft pottery vase with hand-painted anemone design. Maryam's, Delta.
Middle left: This booth featured an excellent selection of meticulously restored antique Chinese furniture and decorative accessories, including hand-carved chests and cabinets, altar tables, baskets, and much more. Hua Feng Antiques, Vancouver.
Left: A fun array of vintage kitchenalia...notice the fruit motif plaster wall plaques in the bottom right-hand corner, which were in unusually good condition. Suzie's Collectibles, Burnaby.

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Far left: Lovers of the shabby chic look found many great pieces to choose from, including this white tall boy chest of drawers. Little Red Hen, Abbotsford.

Left: This bright display of painted white armoires, chests, occasional tables and accent pieces proved to be a popular choice for many of the show patrons. The Urban Gypsy, New Westminster.

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1960's fire truck, made by the famous Marx company of the USA, one of many tin toy autos and trucks available at the show. Collectors Choice Antique Mall, New Westminster.
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Far left: A spectacular bevelled glass display cabinet was the highlight of an impressive grouping of fine quality furnishings, carpets, and accessories. BC Acquisitions, Surrey.

Left: This booth featured a nice selection of vintage and antique dolls, including Schoenhut and Rose O'Neil Kewpie. Cupie Corner, Vancouver.

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Nostalgic magazines from bygone days. Remember That Antiques & Collectibles, Abbotsford.

Left: This beautifully carved and detailed American maple dressing table and stool set quickly found a new home. BC Acquisitions, Surrey.

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