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At 9:22pm on September 16, 2009, Charlie Fudge said…
Welcome to our group, Frabrice.
At 5:21pm on March 21, 2009, Button Girl said…
Wow!!!! Sorry I missed those. For fun, check out my website! I change it weekly.

At 3:56pm on March 21, 2009, Button Girl said…
We call them Shell or Pearl. What do you want to know about them?
At 4:06pm on March 14, 2009, Luv2LuvAntiques said…
Fabrice...I really enjoy your photos! To say the piano is gorgeous is an understatement! The wood is beautiful! :O)
At 10:02am on March 13, 2009, rescuelifeproducts said…
You are welcome to put album on the site for our observation and your opportunity to show us what you have.
At 3:45am on March 13, 2009, rescuelifeproducts said…
Your english is fine. Your attitude is great. Thanks again.
At 3:31am on March 13, 2009, rescuelifeproducts said…
Hi. Thank you for your information that I added to "whatja Find?..."

I was able to look throu some matterial in my own library and aquire all of the documentation on the "Garard Dou-Rembrant" question.
I left you some links concerning your piano. These link are intended to offer additional valuable information that should aid you in making a sell.

Your kindness will alway be appreciated, Rescuelife
At 3:02pm on March 6, 2009, Sabrina Souiri said…
Thank you for the request. Beautiful work.
At 2:40am on March 3, 2009, Antique Dragon said…
Hello Fabrice~ Thank you for your invitation. I loved your photographs very exquisite and beautiful. It is a pleasure to meet new friends along the way. Thank you for including us in your circle of friends here. Tanya
At 4:38pm on March 2, 2009, rainbowseeker said…
Thank you for the invitation of friendship! Wonderful fireplaces and tiles you have. You are a number one recyler! It's nice to see someone able to save some of these lovely buildings and there history. :-)
At 1:18pm on March 1, 2009, Frank Rostron said…
Wow that is some beautiful tile I'm really liking the blue on your # 65 photo it would go great in my kitchen. My problem is that my wife having lost her job recently and it has put a pinch in our spending. I really miss the old buildings of Europe and hope to return one day to visit my family on my mothers side in Bitburg, Germany. Thanks for the pictures.
At 11:07am on March 1, 2009, Luv2LuvAntiques said…
Hi Fabrice! I am enjoying your photos so much! I think your job, although it is a demolition type of work, goes hand in hand with my linen / furniture restoration, as you are saving such beautiful bits of the past...architectural history, for use in future buildings! I'm envying you right at this moment! :O)
And if you did not save these things, they would be crushed and lost for all time!
At 10:13am on February 24, 2009, Tage Winther said…
Dear Fabrice!

Sorry for not having answered your offer of freíndship before now, and also sorry to everybody who read this message beside you, for not participate in all the communication going on.

I am a furniture designer producing my own designs of chairs and tables, but very different placing the body in a perfect position resulting in full bodycontrol while seated, legs are plced stratetigal correct under the upper body, and the spine in the best position as well. I look nfor importers all over the world.

Now I see your works, phantastic, a very unique speciality you have specialised your self in. The photos are beautiful as well.

Best greetings

Tage Winther
At 11:19pm on February 15, 2009, Victoria Benson said…

Fabrice, Have you ever seen anything like this before?
At 4:19pm on February 11, 2009, Elizabeth Jane Koble said…
Hi, Fabrice: Yes, I know much more about WW2 than WW1 that's why I found the book so interesting. It was mostly about what happened in the trenches. Jane
At 6:57pm on February 10, 2009, Calico, Carol and Bruce said…
Wow Fabrice,
The necklaces are beautiful! I can't wait to see the other jewels you have uncovered. Kept in touch... Your friend Carol

PS. NW Oklahoma City area including Yukon, where I live, had an F2 tornado today along with several others within the same area. The tornado sirens went off 7 different times, it was pretty scary. Thank God it missed our home but came within a mile of my in-laws. The tornado did some major damage in several areas, lots of damage but we are not new to this kind of weather. I've lived in OK since 1978 and never has there been a tornado in February. My mother-in-law was born in 1934 and she never remembers any tornados in the month of February. Just thought I would share this with you. Carol
At 2:50pm on February 10, 2009, Elizabeth Jane Koble said…
Hello, Fabrice: Such a coincidence - I just recently read a novel which takes place during WWI in Belgium! Jane
At 10:12am on February 10, 2009, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
Your kind words are appreciated...if you have an interest in being a group moderator on a topic you like, pleae let me know, Dianne
At 8:11am on February 10, 2009, carolyn said…
A Superb Collection Of Necklaces! As well as the Vanities.
At 7:51am on February 9, 2009, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…
Please check you inbox (see right upper area of this page). Dianne

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