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Kerrisdale
Antiques Fair
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view A sampling of treasures found at past Kerrisdale Antiques Fairs...

Far left: Bird's eye view of the show...don't forget to visit our vendors on the upper level, where the Cafe and seating are also located.

Left: French Art Nouveau fruitwood and brass framed mirror reflects a curated collection of glass and silver boxes of the same period. Swallowcliffe, Naramata.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Serene giltwood-framed portrait of Margareta de Borbon. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Middle left: Collection of Fenton and hand-painted cranberry glass. Faye Orr, Coquitlam.

Left: This pair of life-sized bronze lions caused quite a stir! Magpie, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Vintage and antique timepieces of all types, including pocket and wrist watches. Ron & Onny Serbin, Winnipeg.

Left: Pleasing display of furnishings, Venetian and other art glass, jewelry, lighting and much more. Magpie, Vancouver.
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Far left: Massive cut crystal vase, reputed to be from the Palm Spring's estate of Liberace, circa 1980's. Yvonne's, Delta.

Middle left: JS Henry British Arts & Crafts mahogany cabinet in original finish. Chairished Antiques, Vancouver.

Left: Vintage Coles Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, PA, cast iron double-wheeled coffee mill with brass hopper and catch pan. Thundercloud Enterprises, Maple Ridge.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger View Far, middle and near left: Excellent selection of Asian antiques and collectibles, including porcelain, pottery, cloisonne and other enamelware, brass, bronze, cinnebar, ivory, jade and more...Peter Chen Collectibles, Vancouver.
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Far left: Eye-catching turquoise necklace with distinctive peacock motif. High End Resale, Vancouver.

Left: Hand-cut crystal scent bottles with sterling silver tops and fittings. Anything vanity or boudoir related...swoon! Geraldine's Antiques, North Vancouver.

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Far left: Fabulous stuffed Steiff frog footrest, obviously the king of this booth! A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Left: Collectible porcelains and ceramics, art glass, decorative sconces and much more. Margaret Manson Antiques, Vancouver.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Antique general store spool or thread cabinet made by Corlicelli. Darrell Shalapata, Gibsons.

Middle left: Huge cloisonne jar with intricate floral design. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Left: Art Deco figural lamp with unusual marble surround. Davie Antiques, North Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Beads, beads, and more beads! Rare and exotic finds including precious and non-precious metals, stones and organic materials such as amber. Silver Moon Trading Co. Ltd., Vancouver.

Left: Delicate set of depression-era stemmed glasses in a turquoise hue. Johanna Budd, Surrey.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Collection of mini jewelled scent bottles, most produced in Czechoslovakia between the two World Wars.. the perfect purse size! Johanna Budd, Surrey.

Middle left: Massive pair of hand-painted and etched cranberry glass vases. Heaven & Earth Antiques, White Rock.

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Dramatic and vibrant Juvrene costume jewelry...this chunky set will definitely get you noticed! Bygones Antiques, West Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Large gift-framed oil painting by local artist Jose Trinidad, well-known for his vibrant palettes and meticulous detail. Pikey's Picks Antiques & Collectables, Langley.

Left: Superb set of Carlton Ware Rouge Royale, very rarely seen this complete and in such pristine condition. Of Cabbages & Kings, Delta.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Eclectic array of Oriental decor and furnishings, Venetian art glass, crystal and estate jewelry. Magpie, Vancouver.

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Classic Christian Dior sunglasses and frames from the 1970's...these never go out of style! Norah Boltin, North Vancouver.

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Tribal and First Nations arts and crafts, including framed art, masks, totem carvings, beadwork and more. Tribal Art & Collectibles, Burnaby.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: This booth featured a great selection of vintage and collectible firearms, swords and more. Ron & Onny Serbin, Winnipeg.

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Antique and estate jewelry plus unique objets d'art at various different price points...wouldn't you rather have something with a little history and panache? High End Resale, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Vintage oak bench and tri-pod, Darrell Shalapata, Gibsons.

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These bracelets are fashioned from Kashira, the endcaps of Japanese Samurai sword handles. Each hand-forged Kashira is from the 18th or early 19th century, when the swords were banned and dismantled for parts. Richard Fauteux Antiques, Vancouver.

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All original child's 1950's chrome and arborite table and chairs set. Thundercloud Enterprises, Maple Ridge.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Selection of art glass and other collectibles, including sought-after Rene Lalique scent bottles and Art Deco opalescent glass bowl. Heaven & Earth Antiques, White Rock.

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Unusal circa 1897 Chinese porcelain foot bath in excellent condition. Yvonne's, Delta.
Click for a larger view Cllick for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Two unusual sculptures, including a modern chrome and patinated copper geometric sculpture on the right by M C de Nooy, circa 1980's. Eve Dove Gems, Sorrento.

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Duo-purpose globe and lamp, both decorative and functional. Funky Pickins Memorabilia, Vancouver.

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Highly collectible English art pottery by Moorcroft and Carlton Ware. Bolynns Collectibles, Langley.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: This Concert Roller Organ is an early music player from the late 1800's - early 1900's, still in working order. Musical & Nautical, North Vancouver.

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Signed Th. Isfeld and painted in a naive, primative style, this wonderful painting of Burrard Inlet was found in Portland, Oregon. Westwillow Antiques, North Vancouver.
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People-sized black wrought iron bird cage. Louise Baxter, Surrey.

Interesting display of multi-patterned textiles and more. Linens & Vintage Clothing, North Vancouver.

Impressive Art Nouveau gilt-metal figural lamp. Westwillow Antiques, North Vancouver.

Meiji period Japanese cloisonne covered urn. Heaven & Earth Antiques, Surrey.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: If you collect Winston Churchill memorabilia, you just hit the jackpot here! This booth also showcased all manner of Royal Doulton and Beswick collectibles including animals, birds, Bunnykins, Beatrix Potter and other Storybook figurines, Dickens Collection, etc. Geordie Connections, Sidney.
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Leather and python bag by iconic Italian designer Gucci, one of several on offer by this vendor who specializes in fine-quality couture purses. High End Resale, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: This vintage dentist's cabinet works beautifully as a modern storage solution. Darrell Shalapata, Gibsons.

Middle left: Original 48" x 23" painting by Norval Morrisseau exudes a childlike simplicity. Azatlan, Nanaimo.


Left: Factice perfume bottles nestled among an assortment of retro glam accessories. These bottles were produced as display models and are found in a variety of sizes from small to giant. Thundercloud Enterprises, Maple Ridge.
Click fo a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Mid-century Modernist furniture, pottery, glass and other decorative objects. Angelus Novus, Vancouver.

Left: Grouping of framed prints and paintings with a nautical theme. Musical & Nautical, West Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Pieces of jade in various colors, plus coral and semi-precious stone beads. Liza's Collectibles, New Westminster.

Middle left: Erotic Art Deco nude figurine produced by Zsolnay of Hungary in their famous iridescent eosin glaze. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Left: Vibrant pair of orange and uranium Sommerso glass table lamps, attributed to Antonio Daros for Gino Cenedese, circa 1960's. Magpie, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: High-end designer footwear as well as hand-bags, hats and gloves all in deep shades of purple and pink. Thundercloud Enterprises, Maple Ridge.

Left: Fantastic selection of walking sticks, many with intricately carved figural handles in ivory, horn and silver. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Sparkling arrangement of art glass, porcelain, pottery and silver. Yvonne's, Delta.

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Fabulous malachite glass vase with desirable Art Deco figural design. These were produced in Czechoslovakia between the two World Wars and were named as such because the glass resembles malachite stone. Kathy Redmond, Surrey.

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You'll always find an excellent selection of antique, estate and vintage costume jewelry including signed pieces by Sherman, Eisenberg, Kramer, etc. Vintage Bliss, Comox.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Striking feather handbag with leather straps in excellent condition. Linens & Vintage Clothing, North Vancouver.

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Array of Bohemian cut crystal stemware in multi-coloured hues. Molly's Dollies, Doilies & Doo-Dads, North Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Unusual Venetian glass jar in vibrant rainbow colours. Heritage Antiques & Collectibles, Edmonton.

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Stylish Art Deco showcase holds a selection of light fixtures. Heaven & Earth Antiques, Surrey.

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Ever-popular Fire King Jadite glasswares could be found in several booths...Martha Stewart, eat your heart out! Addictibles, Sidney.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Mid-century Modern teak nest of tables, Andreas Tuck designed by Hans Wegner. Westminster Antiques, Langley.

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Antique heavily-encrusted Tibetan box...fabulous! A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Very cool matching pair of old pink stop lights...you're guaranteed to be the only one on your block with these! SalvageStyle.net, Surrey.

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There's really something for everyone, including all you hockey fanatics out there...Molly's Dollies, Doilies & Doo-Dads, North Vancouver.
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Far left: This domed display of various preserved birds is a rare example of Victorian taxidermy, dating from approxmately 1870-1900. Lee Hunter, Richmond.

Middle left: Classic two-tone Yves St. Laurent chapeau amonst a huge variety of mens and ladies vintage, funky and retro glam hats, gloves, bags and other accessories. Second Chance Hats, Vancouver.

Left: Pair of Parisian Lido Cabaret prints...ooo la la! Bolynns Collectibles, Langley.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Excellent selection of fine jewelry to suit every taste and budget. Christel Art, Montreal.

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Vintage fountain and dip pen collection. Funky Pickins Memorabilia, Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far & middle left: Period lighting, both chandeliers and table lamps, were well-represented. Davie Antiques, North Vancouver, and Maryam's, Delta.

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Rare Moorcroft inkwell in pomegranate pattern, Molly's Dollies, Doilies & Doo-Dads, North Vancouver.
Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Fine examples of antique timepieces spanning 300 years, seldom seen on the Vancouver market. Pacific Antique Clocks, West Vancouver.

Left: Desirable English gilt-framed oil painting with fox and hound motif. Davie Antiques, North Vancouver.
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Far left: Vaseline glass was produced by adding uranium oxide, which makes pieces flouresce under ultra violet light. Maryam's, Delta.
Middle left: One of several antiquarian booksellers displaying an interesting array of out-of-print, first edition, and rare, collectible books, magazines, documents, and manuscipts. Purpora Books, Burnaby.
Left: Cool German tape recorder on bottom shelf, circa 1969. Antiques Etcetera, Richmond.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Hard-to-find Moorcroft pottery tea set with sterling silver overlay at rims. Maryam's, Delta.

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An impressive grouping of primitive and country furniture, folk art and decorative accents, including charming hand-made patchwork quilts. Prairie Dawn Antiques, White Rock.
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Far & middle left: Display of antique and estate jewelry, including this attractive Edwardian 14K gold, amethyst and pearl pendant or brooch, circa 1910. Bygones Antiques, West Vancouver.

Left: Fashionista alert! Very stylish vintage faux fur coat. Linens and Vintage Clothing, North Vancouver.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: Quality period furnishings, including hand-knotted Persian carpets and classic accents. Antiques By Design, Chilliwack.

Left: John King, Bookseller attracted collectors with a well-organized booth full of rare books and handwritten documents on velum from the 1700’s and 1800’s England.
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Far left: Set of 8 depression-era Owens Illinois canisters. Bygones Antiques, West Vancouver.
Middle left: Massive 22-inch Victorian sterling hot water kettle on stand by Martin Hall & Co., London 1893. J.H. Tee Antiques Ltd., Vancouver.
Left: Set of 6 mother-of-pearl handled knives in their original box. Brown's Antiques, Vancouver.
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Far left: This rare complete Fire King glassware set for 6 in Turquoise Blue, made by Anchor Hocking Glass from 1956-1958, attracted a lot of attention. Painstakingly collected over many years, the 51-piece set included 4 different plate sizes, 3 bowl sizes, coffee mugs, cups and saucers, creamer, sugar bowl, and large vegetable bowl. Suzie's Collectibles, Burnaby.

Left: A pleasing collection of country, folk and primitive furniture and decorative accessories, including many hard-to-find pieces. Country Lane Antiques, Fort Langley.

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Far left: These brightly colored counter-top display posters, in remarkably good condition, were used to advertise the Polack Brothers Shrine PNE Circus in the early to mid-1950's. Davie Antiques, North Vancouver.
Left: Beautifully shaded English flow blue teapot with gold detailing in the Homestead pattern, made by Sampson Hancock & Sons, circa 1900-1908. Louise Baxter, Surrey.

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Far left: Wonderful English Art Nouveau sterling silver frame, with Birmingham hallmarks, circa 1900, in excellent condition. This lovely frame would make a unique showcase for a treasured family photo. Memories, North Vancouver.

Left: Coin collectors alert...also to be found in this booth: postcards, posters, advertising and other ephemera, tools and lots more guy stuff. Delectable Collectables, New Westminster.

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Far left: This pair of 1930's gouaches on paper by Ronald McRae was part of a collection of original works by the Toronto artist, illustrator and costume designer, whose history and art have been featured in the Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives. Davie Antiques, North Vancouver.

Left: Wood Radios specializes in the repair and restoration of vintage radios and cabinets, and stocks a huge variety of tube types, used knobs and dials, decals, grille cloths, and many other original and new replacement parts. Wood Radios, Surrey.

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Far left: A choice sampling of antique cut crystal and hand-painted porcelain scent bottles, including two wonderful double-ended perfumes, in cobalt blue and hunter green, with sterling mounts. Brown's Antiques, Vancouver.
Left: This big, bright red double-decker bus, made by Triang of England in the 1950's, was one of the highlights of a crowd-pleasing vintage toy display. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

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Far left: The shabby chic look continues to be hot, hot, hot! This great collection of cheerful, airy furniture and accessories had lots of admirers, with many of the decorative and affordable pieces finding new homes. Little Red Hen, Abbotsford.

Left: Stunning Czarist Russian natural gem-quality amethyst necklace, 150 carats, with hand-pierced 18K gold settings and chain, circa 1890's. Eve Dove Gems, Sorrento.

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Far left: Anyone looking for tradional furniture was not disappointed! Beautiful pieces in mahogany, walnut, cherry and rosewood could be found. BC Acquisitions, Surrey.
Middle left: Pair of 1920's porcelain table lamps, hand-painted with thistle, flowers and birds and a Continental Art Nouveau bergere chair, circa 1910, with intricately carved sold walnut frame, tastefully re-upholstered. Antiques By Design, Chilliwack.
Left: Fabulous German silver figural table lamp, from the 1890's and all original...they don't come much better than this! Funky Pickins Memorabilia, Vancouver.

Click for a larger view Click for a larger view Far left: The timeless appeal of white furnishings, crystal chandeliers and fine linens was evident in this popular booth. Little White House, Fort Langley.

Left: Excellent examples of mid-century Modern furniture, lighting, textiles, and decorative accessories, including Eames, Panton, Danish teak and more. WOW Interiors, Vancouver.
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Far left: Very funky western motif pillows and other textiles. Linens and Vintage Clothing, North Vancouver.
Middle left: Lots of vintage oak furnishings. Finders Keepers Antiques, Surrey.
Left: This entire collection of stuffed animals was produced by the world-famous Steiff company of Germany. Most were made in the 1950's, and the collection included a wonderful variety of cats, fish, elephants and teddy bears. How to tell if you have the real thing? Look for the Steiff ribbon and/or tag, and the button inside the ear. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

Far left: Excellent selection of pre-WWI North American pressed glass, including a variety of oil lamps on the top shelf. The distinctive amethyst color is caused by the manganese in the old glass reacting to the ultra violet rays of the sun. Somewhere In Time, White Rock.

Left: The charm of English Maling pottery lies in its brightly-colored, hand-painted designs, with the scarcest and most intricately executed patterns commanding the highest prices. Louise Baxter, Surrey.

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Far left: Nova Scotia's Bill Lynch produced travelling fairs and carnivals up and down the east coast throughout the 1930's and 1940's. This was one of three stylish and colorful posters on offer, all in superb condition. A Baker's Dozen Antiques, Vancouver.

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Kitchen glassware collectors alert! This booth had an amazing selection of Swanky Swigs, as well as Fire King and lots of other vintage kitchenalia. Suzie's Collectibles, Burnaby.

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Majolica jardiniere with often-ellusive matching pedestal base. BC Acquisitions, Surrey.

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