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Trembley's Antiques
(established 1967)
3510 Colonel Talbot Road
London, Ontario, Canada N6B 1H5
(519) 652-3035
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Fine Quality Antiques - Glassware - Stained Glass - Primitives - Porcelain - Fine China - Silverware - Flatware - Antique Telephones - Antique Tools - Architectural Iron Work - Vintage Clothing and Fabrics - Books - Lamps - Furniture - Collectibles - and much much much more . . .
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Item 11       Lighting:
Vintage Ceramic Lamps

Vintage ceramic table lamp, from the 50s. The leaping stag was a popular theme. The lamp is 27.5" to tip of finial Has been rewired. Very good condition. Price $85.00

There are many many more Antique Oil Lamps on display.

   





Lighting: We always have a good selection of burners, collars, chimneys and frame parts for oil lamps and some electric lamps. Get your measurements or bring the item that you are trying to restore to our shop.
Item 12       Primitives:

Three inexpensive and interesting pieces. At the rear. There is cast iron blacksmith's tongs to hold items over the fire or at the anvil. The middle item is ice tongs of cast iron for handling ice chunks, home delivered by the ice man. At the front is a hand forged scythe for reaping grain. It was used to cut the stalks, that were then tied into small bundles. (size of the tongs at the rear are 25ins/65cms.)









Item 14       Architectural


Wrought iron gate consisting of two pieces-only one (half of gate) is shown. Each piece is 39ins/.975 meter wide and 42ins/1.05 meters high. It is made from round rods 3/8ins in diameter. Price; $300 each.



   
Item 14       Vintage Fabric:

A framed Royalty commemorative photo, printed on cotton. The image is of the Royal Wedding of HRH Dyke of York to Princess Victoria on July 6th, 1893 with family photos around the edges. It is mounted on acid free triple matting. The fold marks are faintly visible but not broken. An amazing piece. priced at $175.00









Item 15       Glass and China


Pansy dish: A horse shoe shaped dish for displaying pansies or other small flowers. It is pale green and has a satinized surface. This type of glass was made by the Tiffin Glass Co., Tiffin, Ohio, circa 1930 and was popular gift ware purchased in the china or gift¾ stores. The size is 6.75ins (17.5cms) and 6ins (15.5cms) at the widest point.




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