|Tourmaline, Freshwater Pearls|
Sugared Plums by TheNestingSpot
Fall In by jadewolf06
|Mary Howard, Floral Pattern Quilt. Toronto, c. 1940s.|
|"Busy Bee" signature quilt, 1924.|
|Bottles commissioned by Enniskillen Wines (Niagara-on-the-Lake), inspired by ice sculptures. Hand carved. Middle: Brad Copping, 1994.|
|Mallorytown Glass. Made from common green window glass. |
Canada's earliest glass factory, at Mallorytown, was established in 1839.
|Joseph Heath. Staffordshire, England. |
Transfer printed earthenware platter. c. 1850.
|Teapot. Ironstone. St. John's Stone Chinaware, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. |
Clay imported from England. c. 1880-1895.
|The ceiling over what used to be the main entrance.|
|Artwork for the cover of Canadian Home Journal|
Left: Rex Woods, oil on canvas, 1937 (July)
Right: Rex Woods, oil and graphite on canvas, 1937 (April)
|Woman's work table, where women would gather to sew, etc.|
|This beadwork is amazing. |
Small pouch, Iroquois, 19th century.
Wool, silk, glass beads.
|This First Nations clothing is not done justice by this photo.|