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Sterling Silver Singapore Nickel Free Chain Necklace for Child Italy 14 Inch
Sterling Silver Singapore Nickel Free Chain Necklace for Child Italy 14 Inch
For girls. Lots of sparkles from the Singapore chain design make this chain a dressy chain at a great value. Wear it alone or with a light weight pendant. Approx 1.35mm wide. Made to our specifications, we imported this beautiful, new solid sterling silver chain directly from the leading Italian manufacturer. Italian jewelry manufacturers are well-renowned for their exquisite design and fine craftsmanship. The solid sterling silver chain is marked with 925 and ITALY and the clasp is marked 925 so you know that they are of the top quality. Single strand, length is from loop end to clasp. Nickel free.

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Overlynn Mansion - 1909
Overlynn Mansion - 1909
401 North Esmond Avenue, Burnaby, BC. Description of Historic Place: Overlynn is a two and one-half storey British Arts and Crafts mansion, with an exterior composed of a massive native granite rubble-stone base surmounted by distinctive half-timbering, a hipped roof, a rare surviving intact interior, and elaborate landscape features, including stone walls and planted terraces. It is situated in the residential neighbourhood of Vancouver Heights, on a high point of land overlooking Burrard Inlet to the west and the mouth of Lynn Creek to the east. This prominent residence is now part of a large senior citizens development known as Seton Villa. Heritage Value: Overlynn is valued as a superb example of the work of the noted architectural firm of Maclure and Fox. The architecture of Samuel Maclure (1860-1929) was synonymous with high quality residential design for prominent citizens in both Vancouver and Victoria. Maclure was known for his British Arts and Crafts style with meticulous attention paid to functional and beautiful interiors that utilized native wood combined with luxurious imported fittings. He was a leading exponent of the Art and Crafts design movement in B.C., and established a sophisticated local variation of residential architecture. Maclure's Vancouver office, in association with his partner Cecil Croker Fox (1879-1916), received some sixty residential commissions between 1909 and 1915 as a result of the booming local economy and subsequent development of new residential districts. Maclure's practice in Victoria was equally prolific at the time. Overlynn is valued as one of Burnaby's oldest upper-class estates and for its association with the development of Vancouver Heights. In 1909, C.J. Peter and his employer, G.F. and J. Galt Limited, pioneered the development of Vancouver Heights in North Burnaby, believing it to be one of the most picturesque districts in the area and an alternative to the Canadian Pacific Railway's prestigious Shaughnessy Heights development in Vancouver. Buyers were obligated to build houses worth $3,500 at a time when the average house price was $1,000. Overlynn, built in 1909 for $75,000, was one of the first houses constructed in Vancouver Heights and by far the most grandiose and impressive. Additionally, this landmark residence is significant as an intact and comprehensive representation of a grand Edwardian-era estate home. The interior is notably intact, and retains many highly-refined original features, including substantive millwork of exotic woods, silver-plated and nickel-plated light fixtures, fine plasterwork, tiled fireplaces and exceptional hardware. Landscape features of Overlynn include the original layout for circulation paths, a porte-cochere, granite posts and stone walls, a sandstone and iron sundial, and mature trees and shrubbery. The house was designated by Burnaby Council in 1995 and was the first heritage building in B.C. to receive legal protection for its interior features. Source: Heritage Site Files, City of Burnaby, Planning and Building Department Character-Defining Elements: Key elements that define the heritage character of Overlynn include its: - prominent corner location on a steep sloping site in the Burnaby Heights neighbourhood - views to Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains - residential form, scale and massing as exemplified by its grand two-storey plus basement height and irregular plan - British Arts and Crafts elements such as the rubble-stone granite masonry on the ground floor and foundation level, and decorative half-timbering and rough-cast stucco on the upper storey - compound hipped bell-cast roof, clad with cedar shingles, with shed dormers at the rear - subtle battering of ground floor and foundation level stonework - porte-cochere with hipped roof and battered granite piers - wood-clad projecting bay extensions - irregular fenestration: double-hung 6-over-1 wooden-sash windows; multi-pane casement wooden windows with multi-pane transoms; diamond leaded casement windows; and banks of stained glass windows - five tall rubble-stone granite block stone chimneys - interior features such as the oak, cedar and Yaka (Australian mahogany) panelled walls, oak panelling and staircase walls inlaid with ebony, ivory and brass, stenciled canvas friezes, wooden dadoes and plaster walls, encaustic floor tiles, Australian gumwood floors, oak panelled doors with art glass, oak beamed ceiling with stucco panels, cast plaster vaulted hall and living room ceilings, sterling silver light fixtures including a chandelier and sconces, nickel-plated newel light, brass Art Nouveau styled ceiling light, brass stair carpet poles and locks, built-in bookcases and buffet, fireplace with encaustic tiles and firedogs, imported Medmenham fireplace tiles (the earliest known use outside of the United Kingdom), fireplace mantel with green tile and cast iron firebox, and inglenook fireplace with encaustic tiles and carved mantel and b
first JC Penneys Kemmerer Wyoming
first JC Penneys Kemmerer Wyoming
The year was 1902 and a 27 year old man arrived by train in Kemmerer, Wyoming to start a new business. He couldn't afford the train fare twice, so he made a committment in dollars before seeing the town. A scattered mining community, Kemmerer had about one thousand residents, a company store that operated on credit and 21 saloons where a good deal of spare cash was spent. Two revolutionary ideas - cash only and do unto others as you would have them do unto you - were the basis for James Cash Penney's new business venture. (The middle name is a family name, not chosen to express his retail philosophy). He named the store the Golden Rule. "When the sun rose over Kemmerer, Wyoming, April 14, 1902, it gilded a sign reading "GOLDEN RULE STORE, and I was in business as a full partner. The firm name was Johnson, Callahan and Penney, but it was used only for bookkeeping purposes. In setting up a business under the name and meaning of Golden Rule, I was publicly binding myself, in my business relations, to a principle which had been a real intimate part of my family upbringing. To me the sign on the store was much more than a trade name. We took our slogan "Golden Rule Store" with strict literalness. Our idea was to make money and build business through serving the community with fair dealing and honest value, and did business cash-and-carry." "When we locked the store at midnight and went upstairs to our attic room after the first day's business to figure out how we stood, there wasn't a great deal of paper money or. for that matter, so many silver dollars; but there was an astonishing - to us - wealth in pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars. Our first day's sales amounted actually to only $33.41 shy of the $500 savings we had put with the note for $1500 to pay for the partnership." "Having made the point of a new store by opening up at sunrise on the first day, we then settled on an opening of 7 a.m. Closing time was when no more people in the streets seemed to be heading for the store. Saturday nights, that meant at least midnight. We couldn't make perpetual-motion machines of ourselves and on Sunday opened the store at 9 a.m." During 1911 and 1912 twenty stores were added, bringing the total number of Golden Rule Stores to thirty-four. So it was Kemmerer, Wyoming, that gave Mr. James Cash Penney his start in business, and in 1913 the decision was made to change the Golden Rule Store to the J.C. Penney Company. The mother store is still a thriving business in Kemmerer.

silver nickel value
silver nickel value
Amerock BP55243-G10 Allison Value Hardware Collection 96mm Pull, Satin Nickel
Amerock BP55243-G10 Allison Value Hardware 96mm Pull, Satin NickelAmerock is introducing the launch of 36 new skus, 12 size extensions and applying its best selling finishes to the Allison?ao Value Hardware collection. The new product assortment will add additional depth and breadth to this collection.Amerock BP55243-G10 Allison Value Hardware 96mm Pull, Satin Nickel Features:; From rustic to modern-day casual to sophisticated beauty, the Allison Value Hardware collection offers a variety of designs, making on-trend, quality hardware affordable; 2 x #8 32 x 1''Amerock BP55243-G10 Allison Value Hardware 96mm Pull, Satin Nickel Specifications:; Collection: Allison Value Hardware; CtC (mm): 96; Finish: Satin Nickel; Length (Inches): 4.2; Projection (Inches): .9375; Type: Pull; Width (Inches): 0.444; Model Variations: BP55243-G10, BP55243, BP55243G10

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