Saturday, August 18, 2012

Quality pieces in store NOW!

We are glad to see the positive change in Tasmanian weather.
Blue skies bring visitors to the state and 
 get the locals out who have been hibernating
 for the winter!

Here are just a few of the new pieces in store now!

A lovely Fenton Peacock & Urn Bowl on its 
original EPNS stand. Gorgeous!!

Lovely detail inside the bowl - see if you can spot the bee!

This Alfred Meakin Jug is really squat and wide - very
unusual because of the shape.

c1933 this Noritake set appears to be as new.
Lovely hand painted Rose and leaves decorate the 
bowl and serving spoon.

This picture does not do this comport justice.
It is very large and a lovely Pink Depression Glass.

This is a hand painted Royal Doulton Arnham Tray 
"Wild Roses" 
Highly collectable and circa 1950.

Unusually shaped Royal Winton Grimwades green serving tray.

Lovely Pink Petunia Dish Royal Winton

Old Tupton Ware Hibiscus Vase

Hope you have a great week!

Monday, August 6, 2012

Kiandra Snow Shoe Club Medal?

This badge is potentially linked to the Kiandra Snow Shoe Club,
the oldest Alpine Ski Club in the world.

The club originated in 1861.

This badge was made by Angus & Coote of Sydney and has 
Kosciusko stamped on the ski.

A great piece of Skiing memorabilia.