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Tis the Season to be Jolly at Treasures Anew

Dear Consignors and Clients,

Thank you all for coming out to our “Snowflake Weekend Sale”.  We had a wonderful turnout and you all seemed to enjoy the event

Many thanks to all who helped us fill our store with some lovely seasonal items.  Our Christmas tree is laden with some unusual ornaments  — from vintage to modern, fabric to glass (add them to your gifts for that “extra touch”).  In addition, we have nativity scenes, lit village houses, wreathes, garlands, mats, snow babies (pristine and with boxes), indoor and outdoor lights, and so much more…  We have so much that I sometimes think that we should be renamed “The Christmas Store”!

And if this is the time of the year that you love to host parties, you can sure make an impression with some of the quality items that just arrived.  Wine always tastes better from crystal.   Or maybe you’d like to abandon your stand-by white china and switch to china that is truly seasonal – turkey tastes so much better on plates that are festive.

And if your stemware and china need to be caressed by more than just a polyester tablecloth, we’ve got linen that will compliment your accessory pieces.  So if you’re looking for something different to make your parties stand out, check us out.  We just might have what you need.

And if you’re not pondering what and how to fete our guests, you’re probably scratching your heads about what gifts you could give.  Check out our web site — www.treasuresanew.ca – to get some ideas.  To get you started, why not think about:

  • Royal Doulton figurines, including Margaret and Maureen
  • 2 tier Bombay flatware chest in pristine condition
  • 1980s retro working dial phone
  • Jewelry — we’re well stocked with broaches, necklaces and earrings (silver, amber and gold)
  • Pashminas and scarves
  • Authentic soapstone Inuit carvings
  • New whistling kettles
  • Le Crueset Coffee press
  • New Lagostina bakeware
  • Retro stovetop coffee maker
  • English china posies
  • Bookends – retro, vintage and modern
  • Comforter sets
  • Figurines: animals and birds, Willow Tree, Wade, and Red Rose
  • Evening bags and wallets (some vintage)
  • Art glass pieces from the 1950s (Chalet etc.)
  • Original artwork
  • Jewelry boxes (add some earrings to complete the gift)
  • Bunnykins collectables
  • Vintage plates (put your baking on them and give both as gifts)
  • Books (non-fiction and fiction), including a hard cover bio on Janis Joplin
  • Ceramic mugs (signed)
  • New suction cup grab bar
  • Euchre set (wood)
  • Due North traction aids for boots
  • Retro collector Christmas cards with insets of Franklin Mint coins
  • Croci (Italy) dog coat with faux fur
  • Leander creamer, cow shape
  • Lost in a Jigsaw (new)
  • And let’s not forget the kids: we have Archie comics, books, games and puzzles, and much more !So, if you’re not keen on malls, hate the crowds and want a relaxed shopping experience where you know that you’ll find quality items at reasonable prices, come and visit us.  We’ll do our best to take the “bah-humbug” out of the season for you.

In closing, please remember that the last day for seasonal items will be Friday, December 6.

Blessings to you all,

Christina, Pat, Monique, Jane, Lynda, Sue, Lynn and Rosemary



1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)

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Store hours:

Monday to Wednesday:  10 am – 6 pm; Thursday and Friday:  10 am – 7 pm; Saturday:  10 am – 5 pm; Sunday: 11am – 5 pm.

Intake hours:

Monday to Friday 10 am – 1 pm; Thursday and Friday evenings:  5 – 7 pm.

Summer Comes to Treasures Anew

Dear Consignors and Clients,

Did you enjoy Canada Day? Did you take advantage of all the festivals that commemorate this wonderful event?  With each July 1st event, I revel about how lucky we are to live in such a great country, especially when you read about all the misery that plagues so many nations.  As a first generation Canadian, I cannot thank my parents enough for having taken the plunge and worked so many menial jobs to establish their presence in Canada.  I’m only one of thousands of Canadians whose parents chose to immigrate to Canada.  They had no idea what the future held for them.  But through very hard work, they stayed, worked through language and anti-immigrant sentiments and made Canada their home.

Enough with the flag-waving.  You probably just want to know what treasures came into our store this month.  You know what you have to do:  just go the www.treasuresanew.ca (under showcase) to see of our latest arrivals.  They include:

  • Repro silver plate wine goblets, recreated from the mid 1800s, in case
  • Huge stein, white in colour, with duck top
  • Flamingo metal figurines
  • Kitchenaid chopper/blender
  • Royal Albert musical cup and saucer (blue moonlight)
  • 15 pc Bombay luncheon set (tea pot, cream and covered sugar)
  • Olive wood bowl, irregular and long
  • 2 tier glass sweet tray, peacock pattern
  • Brass wall plaque, skier
  • 3 tier wood glass curio cabinet
  • All-Clad stainless steel 2 qt. whistling kettle
  • Antique print Rows of Soldiers
  • Thai  vintage men on horses
  • LeSport multi colour tote bag
  • Wall pocket cup and saucer flower holder
  • Hummel Figurines
  • Pimpernel placemats and coasters
  • Royal Worcester egg coddlers
  • Glass hand-blown hanging balls
  • Pier 1 outdoor melamine dishes
  • Hand carved golfer (with golf sticks)
  • English cottages figurines
  • Bamboo wind chimes
  • Book:  Best Tourist Adventures
  • Schmidt Music caroussel, 3 cats
  • Indian hand-carved antique chess set
  • Terrariums with artificial succulents
  • Fold out beach chairs
  • Metal clothes tree
  • Wood duck decoys
  • Cast iron animal figurine door stops
  • New Terner watch
  • Wood accent tables   
  • Brass and kerosene lamps
  • Italian and inlaid entertainment cart (vintage)
  • Toby character jugs
  • Pier 1 pillows and throws
  • Hand-made and woven quilts  
  • Metal and wood bicycles (décor)
  • Flower pots, Mexican and Central American motif
  • Stone figurines for garden
  • Wood burnt plaque, Elvis
  • Retro 4 nesting canisters, aluminum
  • Hand carved golfer, with individual golf sticks  
  • Metal sign plaque:  Welcome to our Cottage.
  • Crystal vases and decanters
  • Working men’s and women’s wrist watches
  • Rosenthal 6 pc dipping set
  • Kitchenaid food processor
  • Crystal vases and fruit bowls
  • Queen set of Glukenstein linens
  • Accent pillows:  Pier 1 – elephants, bike and ladybug motifs
  • Outdoor lanterns, battery run and tea-light candles
  • Geodes – various sizes and colours

A note to all consignors.  Our last day to accept seasonal items will be Monday, July 14. 

Christina, Pat, Monique, Jane P, Lynda, Sue, Rosemary and Lynn www.treasuresanew.ca
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Intake hours:
Monday to Friday 10 am to 1 pm; Thursday and Friday evenings:  5 – 7 pm

A new home for cherished treasures

Dear consignors and clients,

After a brutal, seemingly endless winter, it’s time to focus on a spring revival and what better way to start than with a good spring cleaning. It’s been said cutting down on clutter is good for the soul. Well, it can be good for the pocketbook too! Whether you’re looking for some extra room in your home or thinking of leaving your home in favour of downsizing, those treasures you’ve spent years collecting just can’t stay any longer. You’ve asked family members what they would like to take but guess what? They don’t want your cherished collections! Why not consider consigning your collections with Treasures Anew? At least you’ll know your treasures will be loved by those who really want them. On top of that, you’ll get money in your pocket. If your items don’t sell, you can then decide whether to take them back or donate them to the five charities that Treasures Anew supports. A win-win all around!

Some of our newest treasured arrivals can be found at treasuresanew.ca under “showcase”. Take a peak. They include:

– Large pasta serving bowl with 4 accompanying bowls
– Sculptures: Mother with children; dancers; musicians
– Animal figurines: Elephants and giraffes
– Artificial flowers: 15 peacock feathers in vase; animal vases with artificial flowers
– Kawanha milk glass jug, circa 1915
– Asian brass hanging bells
– Large glass vase with 20 individual lemons
– Books: Chiropractic for children; Child Whisperer; Yoga for Babies
– Woven hand-made mats
– Finnish hand-woven runner
– Boxed retro pana-vue automatic lighted 2 x 2 slide viewer
– Hanging glass blown balls
– Asian woman sculpture holding container (can be used to hold pot-pourri)
– 3 modern chairs: tub plastic and wood chair; laser cut chair; and acrylic chair
– New Lacoste, Hotel Collection and Glukenstein towels and linens
– China dogs in yoga pose bookends
– Le Crueset bakeware, new
– Wedgwood bunnykins
– Antique Royal Crown Derby cup/saucer and dessert plate (3 piece)
– Antique Limoges Coffee set: coffee pot, dessert plates and cups and saucers
– Numerous décor Easter items: linen, tea towels, runners, lit eggs, lit figurines, garlands & hanging ornaments
– Antique bisque doll (under Dome container)
– Mcnees 369 Mother cat and kitten figurines
– 5 pc cast iron fire place set
– New Bella Rossa queen comforter
– 4 Occupied Japan figurines
– Jade teapot and 5 mini tea cups
– 2 Salt lights
– USSR Lomonosov china animal figurines
– Pier 1 and Anthropologie china and linens
– 4 pc antique serving dish, silver plate
– Coffee grinder with glass measuring glass
– Attachments to Kitchen Aid:
– Pendelfin rabbit collection
– 2 Lladro angel figurines
– Willow Tree figurines
– 4 x 6 Belgium carpet, purchased at Alexanian’s (mint condition) (browns)
– 2 piece wine decanter with coaster, pewter accents
– Selfridge pottery 5 finger vase
– Marjoline Bastien Pitcher and extra large cookie jar
– Large cast-iron door stop lighthouse

As of Monday, April 1st, Treasures Anew will be accepting spring items…gardening accessories, planter pots, vases, etc. What a great way to say goodbye to winter by welcoming new spring arrivals. And of course, Easter isn’t far off. Throughout the store you’ll uncover some wonderful Easter treats from lit glass eggs, garlands, figurines and linens that the Easter bunny can deliver to your loved ones.

Treasures Anew has something for everyone. We have home décor, collectables, jewellery, accessories and more, all carefully chosen and very reasonably priced. Our stock is constantly changing. As our motto claims, “we’re a new store with every visit!”

With free parking and the convenience of seven-days-a-week shopping, you can make this a must stop for your personal shopping, consignment, or outings with your friends.

Please feel free to forward this email to your friends. By sharing with others, you’re helping us meet the needs of many – whether they are consignors or clients. In addition, you’re ensuring that local businesses remain viable. Thank you for your support and for allowing us to be part of your community.

Christina, Pat, Monique, Lynda, Rosemary, Jane, Sue and Lynn
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)
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Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm; Thursday and Friday: 10 am – 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm: Sunday: 11am to 5 pm.

Consignment hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm. Thursday and Friday evenings: 5 – 7 pm.

Love = 10% off items with Red, Feb 9 – 14

Dear Consignors and Clients,

Love is in the air. We’re quickly approaching Valentine’s Day, that day that is typically reserved for romantic love. However, the day of love is also an opportunity to appreciate family and friends. While you’re looking for that card or gift for that special person in your life, pick up a few treats for your near and dear ones too. Express your love to the people who are always there for you, ready to share in your joys and sorrow.

Treasures Anew is ready to help you spread the word of love. From February 9 to 14, you’ll receive a 10% discount on any item that has red in it. Just mention “Valentine’s Day” to one of our associates to get your discount.

Whether you’re part of a couple or not, it’s time for you to treat yourself and/or your loved ones to something special from Treasures Anew. Check out our web site at www.treasuresanew.ca for our latest arrivals.

– Valentine jewelry, including 925 Swarovski necklace
– Hoselton figures
– Retro and vintage cartridge pens
– CPR collectable open silver plate sugar bowl
– Nao (by Lladro) figurines
– Lomonosov (USSR) animal figurines
– 2 wood and embroidered footstools (low to the ground, round)
– Diamond and gold 18K gold man’s ring
– Ceramic cylinder wine cooler and crystal wine bottle coaster
– Pinwheel crystal salad, fruit bowls and stemware
– Pier 1 new throws (some reversible)
– 54 piece Rogers silver plate cutlery set in 2 tier box
– Aynsley, Paragon, Royal Albert, Foley tea cups
– Royal Albert figurines
– Vintage accent chair, embroidered seat & back, with arms
– Pashminas and winter scarves
– Costume jewelry (brooches, clip and pierced earrings, necklaces)
– High-end jewelry: 925 earrings, brooches and pendants
– Vintage and modern evening bags; modern wallets & cosmetic bags
– Vintage hankies and gloves (long and short)
– Vintage 4 piece silver plate women’s dresser set (comb, 2 brushes, mirror)
– 3-piece colander ceramic fruit bowl with lid
– Pampered chef condiment holder/shaker
– Retro 2 palm tree candle holder with blue glass holders
– Gluckenstine new queen set sheets
– Hotel Collection, Lacoste and Gluckenstein bath towels and bath
– Retro crochet hat with fur
– Various-sized geodes (different colours)
– Aluminum art décor (planes and motorcycles)
– Limoges covered tureen
– Art glass dishes (various sizes and colours)
– Retro book: Rudyard Kipling and Beatrix Potter (reversible)
– Bookends: marble, chrome and brass
– Pier 1 measuring cups
– 4 Godinger hammered mugs
– Antropologie dessert plates and mugs
– Brass fan-shape fire screen
– Brass magazine holder, embossed
– Vintage creams and sugar sets
– Glass paper weights: various sizes and styles
– Elephant figures, china and metal
– Buddha heads and Buddha head flower pot
– Royal Dux vintage 2 geese embraced
– Bookends: Dogs in yoga pose
– Vintage lamp: metal base and glass, floral shade
– Accent lamp, glass shade with hummingbird
– Sky McGhie (Brown Botanica) teapot, cream and sugar
– Box Royal Selanger 2 pewter goblets
– Tim Horton teapot
– Modern bucket chair, wood legs
– Modern acrylic chair
– Mad Magazines, collector editions
– Beswick Pekinese dogs (small)
– 4 Atlantis scotch glasses, with water pitcher
– Philips box new air fryer
– 2 Hummel vintage bookends, girl with goose
– 4 piece Beauce tea set
– Collection of Charming Tails figurines
– Vintage Poole pottery tea, coffee pots and cups/saucers
– Indonesian puppet
– Ethan Allen side table, one drawer, turned legs
– Ethan Allen chest, 4 drawers, brass handles
– Vintage Twin Winton Salt and Pepper Shakers
– Harley Davidson piggy bank
– Vintage humidor
– Bartlett vintage cookie jar
– Framed 4 pinned African butterflies
– 2 vintage poodle wall plaques
– 2 Campbell Soup metal signs, 1993
– 3 Lladro figures, Daisa angel collection, 1977
– Laser cut designer chair
– Moocroft pottery
– Val St. Lambert crystal
– 2 Dora Pullman original paintings.

In closing, February can be a tough time for us all. Don’t give in to the February blahs. Come in, warm up and enjoy Treasures Anew. Remember our motto: “a new store with every visit.” Since we receive new items every day, why not extract yourself from that cozy nook of yours and see what’s new? There are no calories or costs to browsing. If nothing else, it’s a good excuse to get out.

Christina, Pat, Monique, Lynda, Jane P, Sue, Lynn and Rosemary
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)

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Store hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm; Thursday and Friday: 10 am – 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm: Sunday: 11am to 5 pm.
Consignment hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm. Thursday and Friday evenings: 5 – 7 pm.

Happy Holidays

Ho, Ho, Ho – All Consignors and Clients,

Are you in the mood yet? Getting your house all decked out? If you’re anything like me, you just can’t remember where you placed all your favourite decorations. You’re sure that you put them in that special bin marked “decorations” but darned if they’re not there. And then the search begins. It can last for hours. You look high and low, in every nook and cranny but they’re not to be found. After fruitless hours of searching, you finally break down and go out to buy a replacement. Personally, I think that there’s a conspiracy between anything that gets lost and our missing socks from the dryer…find the socks and you will find everything else that’s gone missing.

Lost or not, when you come to Treasures Anew, you’re bound to find something — maybe not what you’re trying to replace but perhaps something better. We’ve been inundated with some very unique, quality holiday items. This is not surprising given that many of these items are being brought to us by people who are downsizing. They are gracing us with some delectable pieces that they bought when countries such as England, United States and Germany ruled supreme, when quality was commonplace.

Check out our website (www.treasuresanew.ca) to see some of our holiday and gift items:

– Nutcrackers (every theme and size – you won’t find these in
retail stores!)
– Dickensville lit houses, as well as others.
– Holiday runners, tablecloths, and napkins
– 2-tier Country Rose sweets tray
– Sango Christmas mugs (6), dessert plates (6), 2-tier sweet tray,
and sandwich plate
– Stokes 45-piece Holiday celebrations
– Vintage tree ornaments
– Boxed and individual ornaments
– Holiday décor, too numerous to mention (many lit or battery run)
– Musical snow globes
– Seasonal centrepieces
– Wreathes
– Advent calendars (fabric and hard-copy)
– Department 56 Snowbabies
– Seasonal cookbooks
– Seasonal children’s books
– Handcrafted Santas and St. Nicks
– Vintage tall caroller with moving, lit candle
– Garlands, unique and whimsical
– Lladro Holy Family
– Little Cheesers
– Seasonal earrings and brooches
– Seasonal cushions
– China and ceramic cookie jars
– Gnomes from Sweden
– Package HBC ornament created by Charles Pachter
– Trish Romance print, seasonal theme

But if you’re looking for a gift, check out…

– Royal Doulton figurines
– Royal Albert Old Country Rose china
– Pearl necklace with sterling clasp
– Pinwheel wine glasses, decanters, salad bowls, candy and
condiment dishes
– Vintage zippo lighter, emblem with saying “Who Dares Wins”
– English china posies
– Lladro figurine, Nurse
– Pac Man electronic arcade game
– Bunnykins plates and cups
– Vintage covered cheese dish with mouse on top
– Swarovski bracelet
– Men’s cufflinks
– Faux fur throws (new)
– Voluspa candles and Crabtree & Evelyn beauty products (new)
– Art glass decorative bowls
– Wrinkles hand puppet
– Newly published novels
– Pewter Seagull bookends, golfers
– Evening bags
– New towels and packaged bedding (Hotel Collection & Gluckenstein)
– Copper ship’s lantern
– Vintage wind-up clown on scooter
– 8 Nancy Drew books in sleeve
– Kisivi stone bust, man (Africa)
– Copper indoor watering can, made in Germany
– New pitcher juice infuser with strainer
– Stone décor wall mounting (heavy)
– Royal Doulton Sally, HN 2741
– Large Capodimonte floral arrangement
– Vintage 3 piece Winterling, Royal Heidelberg, Germany

– ….and so much more….

Just a quick reminder…December 7 will be the last day for taking in seasonal items.

Wishing you and your family a blessed holiday season and the very best for 2019!

Christina, Pat, Monique, Lynda, Jane P, Sue, Lynn and Rosemary,
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)

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Snowflake Sale November 17 & 18

We’re bursting at the seams! Help us reduce our stock by taking advantage of our special sale this Saturday and Sunday, November 17 and 18.

To make things fun, pick a lucky Christmas tag and get 5% to 20% off your entire purchase. Also, every purchase gives you a chance to win a $50.00 gift certificate. Don’t forget to enter!

Great deals, great savings, great fun. See you this weekend

Santa Visits Treasures Anew

Dear Consignors and Clients,

Now that Hallowe’en is over, we can turn our attention to enjoying the wonderful, upcoming seasonal activities. We have already started to accept seasonal items, with the final date being Friday, December 7. If you have unusual, unique and higher-end items, please bring them in, especially Dept 56 houses and ceramic lit trees. We’ve already received a mountain of fabulous pieces and space is becoming tight. For this reason, we might have to become very selective in what we choose. However, we will do our best to accommodate your items.

This is such a hectic time of the year. So much to do, so many events to attend and so many people to see. No wonder stress levels rise at this time of the year. Why not let Treasures Anew relieve some of that stress for you? Come and do your shopping with us. We have one-stop shopping for all. So if you’re looking for collectables, jewelry, china, giftware, linens, stemware, artwork, and more – come and see us. I doubt if you’ll leave without finding something you want or need.

Thanks to you, our consignors, we’ve acquired some beautiful items in the past two weeks. So very, very much to choose from. And don’t forget to check out our tree. We have some unique ornaments that will surely dress up your own tree or that you can attach to a gift. If you don’t find what you like on our tree, check out wide selection of boxed ornaments.

For a little taste of what has arrived, visit our web site at www.treasuresanew.ca or you can come into our store for a first-hand look at:

– New seasonally-themed cushions
– Tablecloths and napkins (with some being seasonal)
– Vintage and modern seasonal items including boxed ornaments,
figurines, china, aprons
– Seasonal globes (some of which are musical)
– Retro animated large figures (Carol singer)
– Nativity sets
– Snowbaby (with box), “starshine” ornament
– 1989 Clothique Santa with scroll and bag of gifts
– Seasonal jewelry (earrings and broaches)
– Advent calendars (fabric)
– 2 lit decorative accent trees in base vases
– 3 large decorative trees (large)
– Lacquered Russian Swan, extra large, rare.
– 925 silver flatware
– Beautiful selection of crystal stemware: Pinwheel, Cross &
Olive, Rosenthal
– Superb Pinwheel Crystal Vases, Salad Bowls, condiment and candy
– Three-position glass candelabra and modern 2 position candle
– 16 brown leather chargers
– New faux fur throws
– High-end tea-cups: Royal Albert, Paragon, Foley, etc.
– New runners, embroidered and beaded
– Packaged, new teapot with four different types of teas
– New Crabtree and Evelyn products (as well as other high-end eau
de toilettes and candles)
– Royal Doulton and Beswick figurines
– Moorcroft pottery
– A wide selection of timeless children’s items: Archie comics,
Bunnykins, music boxes, banks, books (seasonal as well)
– Lagostina bakeware (new)
– Hamilton and Beach 8-speed blender
– Curio cabinets (2 available)
– Various footstools, plain and embroidered
– Pyrex covered casseroles (vintage and retro); mixing bowls, as
– Antique secretariat and chair (individually priced)
– A wide selection of Hoselton figurines
– Original artwork: watercolour, oil and acrylic
– Vintage wool blankets
– New Gluckenstein, Hotel, and Lagostina towels and bedding
– Chiming clock (mantle or can be mounted)
– Vintage wool blankets
– New rolling shopping cart
– Package Jelly Belly dispenser, from Disney’s “Frozen”
– Large ceramic clay baker, in shape of a stylized pig
– Vintage Coco Dowley cat teapot
– Blue Mountain covered curling rock
– Art glass, signed, Chalet glass
– Vintage monkey wool dispenser
– Bookends, acrylic and quartz
– Hoselton sculpture, 3 loons on rock

That’s enough to whet your appetite. Stay tuned for our upcoming Snowflake surprise sale later on this month. We’ll send out a special announcement… so stay close to your computer or android device!

Christina, Pat, Monique, Lynda, Jane P, Sue, Lynn and Rosemary,
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)

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Store hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm; Thursday and Friday: 10 am – 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm: Sunday: 11am to 5 pm.
Consignment hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm. Thursday and Friday evenings: 5 – 7 pm.

Treasures Anew open Monday, Oct 8: noon -4 pm

Given the trauma that our City recently suffered due to the tornadoes that affected so many of us, it makes the Thanksgiving holiday even more poignant this year. To add to that, October has always been a month of transition. We have such conflicting feelings: we’re sad that yet another summer has passed and anxious about the coming winter. But it’s still a glorious month. I’m always in awe at the beauty of the changing leaves. And, of course, the leaves are at their prime during the Thanksgiving weekend.

Speaking of the long weekend, we know that many of you will be enjoying the holiday with family and friends. Food will abound and we’ll all be a bit heavier on Tuesday morning (but it is so worth it!). You just might feel a bit sleepy and torpid from eating all that turkey and yet you really don’t want to sleep the afternoon away. Why not shake off that sluggish feeling by coming down to Treasures Anew? Spend a leisurely couple of hours just poking around. We’ll be open from noon to 4 pm. And yes, we will be open Sunday, October 7 from 11 am to 5 pm.

Some of the great items that have come into the store in the recent month will help you decorate your table and home for Thanksgiving and Hallowe’en. Check them out at www.treasuresanew.ca under “showcase”:

Thanksgiving and Hallowe’en:

– Harvest décor, figures, baskets, items saying “Family”, “Blessings”, etc.
– Cushions with autumn motif
– New glass and china pumpkins (30 different sizes and styles) — some lit or battery run
– Hallowe’en cushions: beaded cat and others with embroidered sayings (new)
– Pumpkin nesting chimes
– China pumpkin man (lit) (new)
– Napkins (pumpkins) (new)
– Silver plate flatware, vintage
– Bombay new flatware (service for 6): 2 sets (new)
– Corning covered casseroles
– Le Creuset covered lasagna casserole dish (new)
– Vintage and modern veggie bowls and serving platters
– Crystal stemware
– Beaded runners, autumn motif (new)
– China turkey figure (wearing gold bowtie) (new)
– Fish serving plate (wood and china)
– Linens and napkins, autumn motif (new)
– Boxed Glitter lights (leaves and pumpkins) (new)
– Kitchen towels and aprons (new)
– Glass pedestal cake plate with dessert plates (new)
– Large turkey serving platter (new)

Unique “must-have” treasures:

– Vintage fold-down cigarette holder
– Antique Secretariat
– Antique side chair
– Vintage floor ashtray
– Folding metal screen, open design
– Vintage footstool, embroidered top
– Twisted barley coat rack
– 6 etched crystal wines, Czech
– A wide selection of Evelyn and Crabtree beauty products (new)
– High-end new candles (voluspa)
– Hotel collection towels (new)
– Anthopologie china mugs and luncheon plates, dog motif (new)
– Pier 1 serving dishes (new)
– Butler’s valet, wood
– Various Denby china, assorted pieces
– Evesham china, 4 pc setting for 4
– Working reproduction Aladdin telephone from the 1940s
– New leather-zippered notebooks
– New leather zippered wallet, cat motif
– Glass and crystal paperweights, various sizes and colours
– Large china posy, mint condition, UK, vintage
– Moorcroft ashtray, mint dish, short vase
– Royal Crown Darby “Bali” mint dish
– A wide selection of Belleek china
– Spaghetti drying tray
– Unique table lamp, hen with shade in same motif
– Kinff ltd edition artwork
– Folding plate holder, wood, vintage
– Small vintage table with closing door & shelf
– Alley Cat whimsical figurines
– Curio cabinets, wall mounted or mantle
– Coco Dowley vintage cat tea pot
– Vintage 3 nesting bowls, pyrex
– Stain glass table lamp
– Swarovski crystal miniatures, wide selection

In the past, we’ve given you a list of what are clients are looking for. We thought we’d shake things up a bit and tell you what are clients are not looking for. This might help you decide what to bring in the next time you consign with us.

Some of the items that are not ‘moving’ are: collector plates, prints (as opposed to original art), liquor, sherry and parfait glasses, vases, small and medium size baskets, dish sets, silver plate items (excluding flatware), creams and sugars, candle sticks and tea light holders, brass pieces, table and floor lamps. If our clients’ interest in these items change, we’ll be sure to let you know. If you’re in doubt, either call us or email photos of the items that you would like to consign before bringing them in.

To prepare for our seasonal intake, we will begin to take seasonally-related items on Thursday, October 18. The last day for intake of these items will be December 5. Given our limited space, we will give preference to unusual or higher quality items.

Wishing you a warm, blessed Thanksgiving.

Christina, Pat, Jane P, Lynda, Monique, Rosemary, Sue and Lynn
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)
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Store hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm; Thursday and Friday: 10 am – 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm: Sunday: 11am to 5 pm.

Consignment hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm. Thursday and Friday evenings: 5 – 7 pm.

Treasures Anew: Convenience & Quality at Low Prices

Shopping for Students at Treasures Anew Consignment
After the school supplies and the electronics, there is one more shopping destination for the student now living on their own….Treasures Anew, on Clyde Avenue! We have many of the items students would love to outfit their new digs…kitchenware, décor, lighting, towels, stemware and more. They may even find a special treasure to remind them of home!
Our store is constantly changing with new items placed on the shelves every day. Merchandise ranges from the eclectic and original to the functional and practical. What never changes is the superior quality and condition you can expect to find with every purchase. So for those just starting out, it’s a starter kit that’s not only functional but of the highest quality at extremely affordable prices. For a peak at our newest arrivals, please visit us at www.treasuresanew.ca (under showcase). Check out the following:

– Royal Albert serving dishes and bakeware
– Wood accent tables
– Floor and table lamps
– Wine racks
– Slap shot chopper
– Bombay folding triangle occasional table
– Artificial orchids and succulents
– Hotel and Gluckenstein towels (new)
– Gluckenstein queen 4 piece bedding (new)
– New Lagostina bakeware
– Mantle clocks
– Jewelry boxes
– Vases, both crystal and modern
– Beswick dogs (various)
– Royal Doulton figurines
– Soapstone Inuit sculptures
– Antique German doll
– Lit cube on stand, golfer
– Framed embroidered dragonboat (Asian motif)
– Vintage embossed Dr. Jo Lambert cough syrup bottle
– Ltd edition Campbell’s soup sign, 1993
– Vintage armadillo basket, with handle
– 34-piece Italian easel with supplies
– Bookends, golfers in vintage attire
– Folding privacy screen, tri-fold
– Inuit silk screen, hunter & caribou
– Leather back glass plate, vintage
– 2 Piemmepi, Italian wall plaques
– Acrylic winter scene, signed, Agnes Know (Quebec)
– 2 clothes trees, vintage and metal
– Hand made quilt “star”, 82 “ x 67”
– X-large fish bowl, filled with shells
– Vintage wall planter, Asian girl
– Plant stand, wood and marble top
– Floor lamp, carved wood giraffe
– 5-piece Asian tea set
– Hanging sun catcher, snowflake shape
– Female torso Murano glass vase, 14” high
– 2 antique flow blue plates
– Bronze medallion, limited edition, Wayne Gretzky
– Remembrance Proof Loonie coin, 1994, boxed
– 14 piece antique, Fenton china, “apple blossom”
– 6 hand made Fredirico de Maja scotch glasses
– Commemorative plate, Royal visit to Canada, 1939
– Aventurine small hippo
– Carved vintage stand, 2 doors
– Antique chair, fabric seat, needlepoint
– Wood and glass floor display unit

We, at Treasures Anew, aim to provide you with exceptional customer service and value for the money. We hope to create a unique shopping experience for those who are seeking interesting gifts or practical items at affordable prices. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, we will be happy to put your request in their “Wish book”.

Please visit Treasures Anew Consignment now located at 1390 Clyde Avenue, Unit 101. Check out our photo gallery at www.treasuresanew.ca or like us on Facebook.

Remember, at Treasures Anew, it’s a new store with every visit!

Christina, Pat, Jane P, Lynda, Monique, Rosemary, Sue and Lynn
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)
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Store hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm; Thursday and Friday: 10 am – 7 pm; Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm: Sunday: 11am to 5 pm.

Consignment hours:
Monday to Friday: 10 am to 1 pm. Thursday and Friday evenings: 5 – 7 pm.

Treasures Anew is moving May 1, 2018

Dear Consignors and Clients,

Well, the deed is done!  I signed the lease to our new location 2 weeks ago and we will definitely be moving to our new home at 1390 Clyde Avenue, Ottawa K2G 3H9 (near Denny’s Restaurant) on May 1, 2018.  And wouldn’t you know it, the City just sent out an update stating that they have extended the vacate date of September 1, 2018 to February 1, 2019.  While I appreciate that many of my fellow shop keepers will be happy for the reprieve, frankly moving in the dead of winter is just not very appealing to me.  So, all in all, I’m very happy with moving sooner than later.

By the way, thank you to all who gave us a vote of confidence by allowing us to move their items to our new store.  Not one consignor declined!  And more touching, we have had so many offers of help — everything from lending us totes to helping us pack.   The generosity of spirit has overwhelmed me.  I never thought that Treasures Anew had so many caring friends amongst its family of consignors.  We are truly blest.

But now, let’s move onto more important seasonal issues.  Are you ready for the Bunny to hop on by with his basket of low-cal chocolate?  You will certainly need his help to offset the ham, turkey, mashed potatoes and sweets that you’ll shortly cram into your gob.  But, it is so worth it, especially after this awful and bone-chilling winter. We need to decompress and this is the best way to do it.  Enjoy yourself.  You can start your diet next week.

And I can so smell spring in the air…and as you know, spring is a time of renewal for us all whether we want to change the décor of our home or just plain downsize.  Treasures Anew is here to meet your needs.  You can find gems for your garden or you can consign your treasures for others to enjoy.   And if you’re getting ready for your upcoming daughter’s/son’s wedding, we just might have some items that could compliment your overall décor.  Just come by and have a peak or visit our web site at www.treasuresanew.ca.

  • Easter décor and figures (including some that are battery run and light up)
  • Easter salt and pepper set, china bird and egg sitting in metal branch
  • Hanging wind chimes
  • Hanging decorative hand-blown glass balls
  • Metal corner 3 tiered plant stand
  • White, wood accent table
  • Wood nesting tables
  • Genuine large Paddington Bear, 18”, 1980, made in Britain.
  • Quarter-saw oak, upholstered chair, with arms + 4 accompanying side chairs
  • More than 30 high-end tea cups: Paragon, Foley, Royal Albert, Coalport, etc
  • Pimpernell coasters and placemats
  • Quarter slice geode
  • 5 piece vintage Royal Holland hammered pewter tea set
  • Vintage pewter mugs and measuring cups
  • Pewter vintage pocket flask
  • Vintage fish cutlery sets as well as vintage silver plate dessert forks
  • Swedish Royal Krona owl
  • Vintage, silver plate, elaborate butter dish on tray and with knife (very rare)
  • Spring scarves, bags and retro gloves (long and short)
  • Doll house furniture
  • California Raison figures, retro
  • Players cigarette tins and vintage glass medicine bottles
  • Ceramic pottery: vases, plates, figurines, wine sets, etc
  • Crystal vases, fruit bowls, stemware, etc
  • Jewelry: gold, 925 and costume jewelry:  rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets.
  • Artwork: oils, watercolors and acrylics, including Joanne Modderman oil
  • Vintage alarm clocks
  • Hand-painted wood egg icon
  • Vintage advertising metal sign
  • Benjamin Chee Chee prints
  • Animated and musical Happy Birthday Bear
  • Working, retro dial telephone
  • Bombay bowl with 18 china balls
  • Hanging stain glass house
  • Metal and wood coffee grinder

For many, this is a blessed time of the year.  For this reason, we will be closed Good Friday, March 30 and Easter Sunday, April 1.  However, we will be opened on Saturday, March 31 and Monday, April 2.

May your long weekend be filled with love, forgiveness and reconciliation.

Christina, Pat, Jane J, Lynda, Sue, Lynn, Jane P, and Rosemary



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Store hours:

Monday to Wednesday:  10 am – 6 pm; Thursday and Friday:  10 am – 7 pm; Saturday:  10 am – 5 pm; Sunday: 11am – 5 pm.

Intake hours:

Monday to Friday 10 am – 1 pm; Thursday and Friday evenings:  5 – 7 pm.

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