Our stained glass mosaic floor greets guests on their way to the Wine Museum and Arizona Room. Yes, you can walk on it!
About 20,000 pieces of glass make up this image of an Arcade bar corkscrew.
"Quarterly Worme"The newsletter of the Canadian Corkscrew Collectors Club comes out four times a year. This corkscrew was made by Wayne Meadows, and is a truly quarterly worm.
Moon Phases - Walter Bosse corkscrewThis was the on the cover of the August 2008 issue of the Quarterly Worme. Image by Sal Robinson.
Our kind of mosquitoFrom the cover of the June 2006 Canadian Corkscrew Collectors Club newsletter. Image by Sal Robinson.
Manet meets GemelliThis Italian Gemelli corkscrew barmaid was transplanted into Manet's painting for the March 2006 cover of the Quarterly Worme. Bit-busting by Sal Robinson.
Vieux Cru (Old Vintage)A bronze sculpture by Augustin Marie Joseph Garry, from 1911.
Grant Wood (or Wood not?)This was on the cover of the September 2001 of the Quarterly Worme. It's another one of Sal's bits of fun.
"The Author", by Salroco
A diminutive Wayne Meadows, with his Compendium of Bar Corkscrews under his arm, holds an Arcade bar corkscrew.
This modified corkscrew figure was originally a wine waiter manufactured by the Syracuse Ornamental Company (Syroco).
Another use for cardboardThis was created by a design student in Victoria whose name has been lost to time.
Our friend made this lovely ballpoint pen for usCheck out his Facebook page: Dave's Custom Pens Saskatoon
More tiny glass squaresOur wisteria standard rises from the salal patch in the north garden.