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June 2004

New Acquisition

Yesterday Marsha and I went antiquing (as I like to do on Saturdays). We went to Lakeshore Antiques, the Forum Gallery, and the Ice Creamery (arts/crafts, antiques, and ice cream) all in the Niagara-on-the-Lake area. The first two were strike-outs, but at the Ice Creamery we found a beautiful Hughes Corn Flower double candalabra. It […]

Updates to web site

I have updated the web site and will continue to tweak it. If you have any problems viewing any of the site or have any suggestions, be sure to email us.

Updated About Me page

I realized today that I haven’t updated the About Me page in 3 years! I updated it to reflect the new grandkids and marriages and jobs.

2004 Corn Flower Festival

The annual Corn Flower Festival was held this past Sunday June 6 at the Dufferin County Museum. It is held every year on the Sunday closest to Lois Kaysers’ birthday. As you know Lois is the daughter of W. J. Hughes who developed the wonderful Corn Flower pattern. In conjunction with the festival a birthday […]

New Home Page

Welcome to the new and improved HughesCornFlower.com home page. We are slowly getting around to updating the site, and this is the next step. As Brian acquires new pieces or as Graham updates the site, updates will be posted to this page. Enjoy!