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Some of our larger collections represent major areas of local, national and international interest. They illustrate some of our Métis, missionary, military and agricultural history. New collections will be added as we continue to enhance the portal.

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Past Exhibitions

Found 155 record(s)
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2015.02.01
vessel, drink serving
A glazed pink and green ceramic water/milk pitcher, probably dated to the 1920s. The pitcher is decorated with an applied yellow and black butterfly on the shoulder and green grass and cat-tails around the body. A four line mantra is written on one side. The pitcher has a bulbous body under a straight top with lipped spout. There is one large curved handle opposite.
2015.02.02 a,b
bowl, serving
A clear glass covered compote with a lid. a) The compote has a hollow fluted glass stem and circular pedestal base. There is a fluted diamond pattern around the body's exterior. b) The lid has a fluted 6-point star-shaped knob on the centre top. The fluted flange of the lid sits exactly into the fluted rim of the body.
2015.02.03
bowl
A glazed ceramic elliptical bowl with a handle on each side. The handles feature the head of a bird, possibly a duck. The exterior is white with gold embellishments featuring a floral and leaf design, with a pink interior. The floral design on opposite sides of the body are different. The bowl sits atop a 4-footed pedestal base.
2015.02.04 a-c
tureen
A "Regency Mason's Patent Ironware China" rectangular glazed earthenware ceramic soup tureen manufactured by G.L. Ashworth & Sons in Staffordshire, England, late 1930s. It features a multi-coloured floral pattern where the red/pink pattern was from a print transfer, and the other colours have been painted over top. a) There is a protruding handle with a leaf pattern on each of its short ends. b) The lid shares the same floral pattern and has a handle on its centre top. There is an opening on one end of the lid for a ladle. c) The under plate shares the same floral pattern and has a handle with a leaf pattern on each of its short ends. The inner area where the tureen sits is slightly raised.
2015.02.05
tray, serving
A glazed ceramic relish tray with two rectangular plates, possibly made in Italy in the 1950s. The centre handle has an applied pear with two leaves. There is a multi-coloured floral border around the rim and inner rim of each plate. The centre of each plate features a floral design.
2015.02.06
dish, serving
A tinted glass serving plate with a centre handle. The body and handle are mostly clear with a pink tint. The rim of the plate has a gold and black patterned border.
2015.02.07
dish, serving
A tinted glass serving plate with a centre handle. The body and handle are mostly clear with a yellow tint. The top of the handle is gold coloured, and there is a gold coloured flower pattern around the edge of the plate.
2015.02.08 a,b
set, salt and pepper
A salt and pepper set made in England. a) A glazed ceramic saltshaker with a bulbous-shaped body and pedestal base. The body is mostly off-white and has a house with surrounding trees and a path painted onto it. The pedestal base is brown with a blue ring above it. There is 1 hole on the top of it. The inside is hollow, but seems to be missing a piece to hold its contents. A mantra is written across its body. b) A glazed ceramic pepper shaker with a bulbous-shaped body and pedestal base. The body is mostly off-white and has a house with surrounding trees and a path painted onto it. The pedestal base is brown with a blue ring above it. There are 21 holes on the top of it. The inside is hollow, but seems to be missing a piece to hold its contents. A mantra is written across its body.
2015.02.09 a,b
set, cup and saucer
A teacup and saucer set manufactured by Aynsley China Company based in Stoke-on-Trent in England, 1930s. a) A bone china teacup. It has a white body exterior and cobalt blue interior, with gold embellishments along the rim, handle, and inside and outside of the body. There is an ear-shaped handle on one side of the body. It has a multicoloured floral bouquet design in the centre of the body interior. The design features a pink rose and blue flower in the centre. b) The teacup's matching bone china saucer. It has a white body exterior and cobalt blue interior, with a white circle in its centre where the teacup would sit atop. There are gold embellishments along the border and a scalloped design along the rim.
2015.02.10 a,b
case, curio
A custom-made curio case for a teacup and saucer. a) A square clear glass box with dark edges and rims. b) A square lid for the glass box with a mirrored underside. The top of the lid is dark blue/grey.
2015.02.11.01-.02
candleholder
A glazed ceramic Y-shaped candlestand with a 4-footed pedestal base. The body is white and pink with gold embellishments. It can hold up to two candles.
2015.02.12
candleholder
A Victorian-style glass girondelle with two pedestal bases and ten diamond-shaped and triangular prisms hanging from the top base. The top base also has a crown-like rim on its top. The body of the girondelle is white with pink and gold accents and is patterned with ovals and crosses. The prisms are clear and hang vertically from metal hooks. Its hollow inside can be seen from the top, where the candlestick likely sat.
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