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Waddingtons.ca DECORATIVE ARTS ONLINE AUCTION

SPECIALIST:

Bill Kime 416 847 6189 bk@waddingtons.ca Sean Quinn 416. 847.6187 sq@waddingtons.ca

Starts: Monday 27 April 2015 at 9am Ends: Thursday 30 April 2015 at 2pm On View:Tuesday 28 April 2015 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm

http://decorativearts.waddingtons.ca/auctions-178/Decorative-Arts---Silver-Online-Auction

1 AMERICAN SILVER EGG SHAPED SEWING NECESSAIRE, GORHAM MFG. CO., PROVIDENCE, R.I., LATE 19TH CENTURY chased with birds and bold scrolls on a floral ground, with hinged top and gilt interior enclosing original spool, length 1.8” — 4.5 cm., 1.6 oz. — 50 grams

2 VICTORIAN SILVER CARD CASE, HILLIARD & THOMASON, BIRMINGHAM, 1865 of scroll-edged rectangular form, engraved with flowers and scrolling leaves, 3.5” x 2.5” — 9 x 6.3 cm., 1.4 oz. — 43 grams

3 GEORGE I SILVER MARROW SCOOP, JOSEPH SMITH I, LONDON, 1735

4 GEORGE II SILVER CREAM JUG, BENJAMIN WEST, LONDON, 1750

length 8” — 20.2 cm., 1.3 oz. — 40 grams

of plain baluster form with shaped rim and scroll handle on three scroll feet, height 3.8” — 9.6 cm., 3.1 oz. — 96 grams

$100—200

$200—300 $75—150

$100—200

5 GEORGE II SILVER MEAT SKEWER, EBENEZER COKER & THOMAS HANNAM, LONDON, 1759

6 GEORGE IV SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SERVING SPOON, SARAH & JOHN BLAKE, LONDON, 1822

7 GEORGE III SILVER HOT WATER POT, THOMAS WHIPHAM & CHARLES WRIGHT, LONDON, 1764

8 GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TREFID-TYPE SPOON, JOSEPH CULLEN, DUBLIN, 1767

with ring handle, length 14.5” — 36.8 cm., 4 oz. — 125 grams

length 12.1” — 30.7 cm., 4 oz. — 125 grams

of plain baluster form with wooden scroll handle, height 8.5” — 21.7 cm., 13.3 oz. — 414 grams

with rat-tail bowl, length 8.7” — 22.2 cm., 2.1 oz. — 66 grams

$100—200

$75—150

$50—100 $250—350


9 GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SMALL SALVER, JOSEPH JACKSON, DUBLIN, LATE 18TH CENTURY

10 TWO GEORGE III SILVER OVAL SALT CELLARS, ROBERT HENNELL I, LONDON, 1780 AND 1782

11 PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TABLE CANDLESTICKS, JOHN PARSONS & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1785

12 ASSEMBLED GEORGE III AND LATER SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE, 17831956

of circular shape with moulded bead border on three hoof feet, diameter 6.1” — 15.5 cm., 5.6 oz. — 173 grams

with gadroon rims on four shellheaded pad feed, length 3.5” — 9 cm., 5 oz. — 156 grams

of columnar form on stepped square bases, height 11.2” — 28.5 cm.

$200—300

$100—200

comprising one hundred and six pieces: 10 table knives 15 table forks 12 table spoons 10 luncheon knives 20 luncheon forks 19 dessert spoons 20 tea spoons , 126 oz. — 3919 grams, various makers

$200—300

$1,500—2,000

13 TWELVE GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, PETER, ANN & WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1800 length 6.8” — 17.3 cm., 12.3 oz. — 382 grams

14 GEORGE III SILVER WINE FUNNEL, JOHN EMES, LONDON, 1802

15 GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR CASTER, LONDON, 1808

moulded and engraved with reed borders, length 4.4” — 11.3 cm., 2.1 oz. — 65 grams

of urn form with bulbous cover and reeded bands on a stepped pedestal base, height 4.8” — 12.2 cm., 2.9 oz. — 90 grams, maker’s mark ?.M

$200—300

$75—150

16 SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III FIDDLE, THREAD AND SHELL PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, WILLIAM ELEY, WILLIAM FEARN & WILLIAM CHAWNER, LONDON, 1811 length 6.9” — 17.5 cm., 22.7 oz. — 706 grams

$200—300 $300—400


17 ELEVEN GEORGE III SILVER TABLE FORKS, THOMAS WALLIS & JONATHAN HAYNE, LONDON, 1812 length 7.9” — 20.1 cm., 22.7 oz. — 706 grams $300—400

18 TWELVE GEORGE III PROVINCIAL SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, ROBERT CATTLE & JAMES BARBER, YORK, 1812 length 6.8” — 17.2 cm., 15.8 oz. — 491 grams

19 PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SIFTING LADLES, JOHN LIAS, LONDON, 1817

20 PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER FISH SERVING FORKS, WILLIAM KNIGHT, LONDON, 1824

with engraved handles, the gilt bowls pierced, repoussé and engraved with fruit and leaves, length 6.3” — 16 cm., 3.1 oz. — 97 grams

with ivory handles, length 12.8” — 32.5 cm.

$100—200

Note: Contains material which may be subject to import/export regulation

$250—350

$200—300

21 SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, RICHARD BRITTON, LONDON, 1838 (2) AND ELIZABETH EATON, 1850 (4) 13 oz. — 405 grams $150—250

22 PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HENRY WILKINSON & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1839

23 PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HENRY WILKINSON & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1840

24 PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, HENRY WILKINSON & CO., SHEFFIELD, 1846

with knopped stems and removable nozzles on shaped square bases, all moulded with shell scrolls at the corners, height 9.1” — 23 cm.

with knopped stems on shaped square bases, all moulded with shell scrolls at the corners, height 9.1” — 23 cm.

with knopped stems and shaped square bases, all moulded with shell scrolls at the corners, height 9.1” — 23.2 cm.

$200—300 $200—300

$200—300


25 PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS, DANIEL AND CHARLES HOULE, LONDON, 1855

26 FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS, ROBERT HARPER, LONDON, 1855

27 VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, ELKINGTON & CO., BIRMINGHAM, 1869

28 VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BASKET, FENTON BROS., SHEFFIELD, 1878

repoussé with scrolls and flowering foliage on three hoof feet, diameter 3.1” — 7.8 cm., 5.6 oz. — 174 grams

each circular body repoussé with flowers and scrolling leaves on three hoof feet, diameter 2.9” — 7.3 cm., 7.1 oz. — 220 grams

of ovoid shape with scroll handle and spout, chased and engraved with lilies and matted-ground fruiting vines, height 10.6” — 27 cm., 29.3 oz. — 912 grams

with moulded bead borders and swing handle, engraved with sprays of ferns and foliage, height 5.5” — 14 cm., 5.6 oz. — 173 grams

$75—150

$150—250

$100—200 Note: Contains material which may be subject to import/export regulation. $500—700

29 VICTORIAN SILVER SUGAR BASIN AND CREAM JUG, HOLLAND, SON & SLATER, LONDON, 1880 with wrythen fluted sides and scroll handles on four pad feet, centred with a William III and George III coin, largest width 4.3” — 11 cm., 4.8 oz. — 148 grams $100—200

30 VICTORIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, JAMES DIXON & SONS LTD.,SHEFFIELD, 1889

31 PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SHELL DISHES, ATKIN BROS., SHEFFIELD, 1891

the half-fluted oval body with engraved borders of flowers and scrolling leaves at the shoulder, height 8.5” — 21.7 cm., 25 oz. — 777 grams

chased with flowers and foliage, on three shell feet, length 4.8” — 12.2 cm., 4.2 oz. — 132 grams $100—200

Note: Contains material which may be subject to import/export regulation $300—400

32 VICTORIAN SILVER QUEENS PATTERN SERVING TONGS, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS, LONDON, 1892 with pierced and engraved decoration, length 8.7” — 22 cm., 4.3 oz. — 135 grams $100—200


33 LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TWO-HANDLED SMALL BOWL, NATHAN & HAYES, CHESTER, 1897 of plain hammered shallow circular form with scroll handles, width 5.7” — 14.4 cm., 5.7 oz. — 178 grams

34 EDWARDIAN SILVER QUAICH, HAMILTON & INCHES, EDINBURGH, 1904 with pierced scroll handles, width 4.6” — 11.7 cm., 2.1 oz. — 65 grams $75—125

$100—200

35 TWO EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, ELKINGTON & CO. AND JOSEPH GLOSTER, BIRMINGHAM, 1904/07

36 GEORGE IV, VICTORIAN AND LATER SILVER FIDDLE, THREAD AND SHELL PATTERN FLATWARE, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

with repoussé decoration, approx. height 8.9” — 22.5 cm.

comprising twenty-four pieces: 6 dessert spoon 4 soup spoons 12 tea spoons sauce ladle , 36.2 oz. — 1125 grams

$150—250

$350—500

37 ASSEMBLED WILLIAM IV/VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE, THREAD AND SHELL PATTERN FLATWARE, LONDON, C.183058 comprising fifty-six pieces; 12 table forks 10 table spoons 11 dessert forks 12 dessert spoons 10 tea spoons butter knife , various makers, Chawners, Eley and others, 124.3 oz. — 3866 grams $1,800—2,400

38 VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE, THREAD, AND SHELL PATTERN MEAT SKEWER, HENRY HOLLAND, LONDON, 1873

39 ASSEMBLED EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE SET, MAINLY BIRMINGHAM, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

with ring handle, length 9” — 22.8 cm., 1.2 oz. — 36 grams

comprising fourteen pieces, repoussé with Reynolds winged cherubs’ heads, condition noted

$50—100 $100—200

40 ENGLISH SILVER DRESSING TABLE TRAY, MAPPIN & WEBB, LONDON, 1915 of rectangular shape with linear engraving, 10.9” x 8.5” — 27.7 x 21.5 cm., 17.5 oz. — 544 grams $200—300


41 PAIR OF ENGLISH SILVER RECTANGULAR PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, WILLIAM HUTTON & SONS, BIRMINGHAM, 1910

42 PAIR OF ENGLISH SILVER RECTANGULAR PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, E. MANDER LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1926

with engraved decoration, 6.9” x 5.4” — 17.5 x 13.7 cm.

of plain design, 9.2” x 7.3” — 23.4 x 18.5 cm.

$75—150

$75—150

43 ENGLISH SILVER CREAM JUG, SANDHEIM BROS., LONDON, 1918 hammered finish with a band of stylized Celtic knots, height 3.1” — 8 cm., 4.6 oz. — 143 grams $100—200

44 ENGLISH SILVER TEA SERVICE, WILLIAM SUCKLING LTD., BIRMINGHAM, 1931 comprising three pieces, of plain circular form with moulded bead borders, height 6.2” — 15.7 cm., 22.1 oz. — 688 grams $250—350

45 ENGLISH SILVER PIERCED COMPORT, JAMES DIXON & SONS, SHEFFIELD, 1945 of circular shape with scroll rim on a plain base, diameter 9.3” — 23.5 cm., 14.6 oz. — 453 grams $250—350

46 PAIR OF ENGLISH ‘CYMRIC’ SILVER AND ENAMEL TEA SPOONS, ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO., BIRMINGHAM, 1935 with stylised foliate terminals, length 4.9” — 12.5 cm., 1.2 oz. — 37 grams $200—300

47 FOURTEEN ENGLISH SILVER AND TRANSLUCENT ENAMEL BEAN OR SEAL TOPPED COFFEE SPOONS, WILLIAM SUCKLING AND BARKER BROS., BIRMINGHAM, 1949/50 contained in two fitted cases, approx. length 3.7” — 9.3 cm., 3.9 oz. — 120 grams $75—150

48 TWO SETS OF SIX ENGLISH SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, ONE WITH SUGAR TONGS AND A CHILD’S SPOON AND FORK, 20TH CENTURY contained in three fitted cases, 6.1 oz. — 191 grams $75—150


49 ENGLISH SILVER MODEL OF A HORSE AND JOCKEY, CAMELOT SILVERWARE, SHEFFIELD, 1998

50 SCOTTISH SILVER QUAICH, BROOK & SON, EDINBURGH, 1924

51 FRENCH SILVER BEAKER, THEODOR TONNELIER, PARIS, C.1819-38

on a turf base, height 8.5” — 21.5 cm.

of plain design with lug handles, width 5.2” — 13.2 cm., 2.6 oz. — 81 grams

of plain cylinder form with reeded border below the everted rim, height 2.8” — 7 cm., 2 oz. — 63 grams

$250—350

$75—125

$100—200

52 PAIR OF DANISH SILVER ‘ACORN’ PATTERN SALT AND PEPPER CASTERS, #741, JOHAN ROHDE FOR GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, C.1933-44 height 3.4” — 8.6 cm., 3.1 oz. — 96 grams $150—250

53 DANISH SILVER ‘PYRAMID’ PATTERN CARVING KNIFE AND FORK, HARALD NIELSEN FOR GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, C.1933-44 knife length 12.4” — 31.5 cm. $100—200

54 DANISH SILVER BOWL AND A PAIR OF CANDLE HOLDERS, COPENHAGEN, 1960 of plain modern design, the holders with bakelite bases, bowl diameter 4.7” — 11.9 cm.

55 DUTCH GOLD MOUNTED CUT GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE, C.1870

56 DUTCH SILVER CIRCULAR BOWL, LEEUWARDEN, 19TH CENTURY

engraved with diaper panels and scrolling leaves, with stopper, height 3.5” — 9 cm.

chased with panels of scrolling leaves, shells, masks and flowerheads, the rim and foot with bead borders, diameter 4.4” — 11.3 cm., 2.6 oz. — 82 grams

$150—250 $100—200

$100—200


57 DUTCH SILVER THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, C.1920-25 comprising twenty-seven pieces: 6 table forks 6 table spoons 6 dessert forks 6 dessert spoons serving spoon gravy ladle soup ladle , 60.7 oz. — 1887 grams

58 GERMAN RENAISSANCE REVIVAL LARGE SPOON AND FORK, PROBABLY B. NERESHEIMER & SÖHNE, HANAU, LATE 19TH CENTURY with suspension rings, length 13.8” — 35 cm., 14.2 oz. — 442 grams

59 PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER BOWLS, C.1900 repoussé and engraved with ribbontied garlands of fruit and leaves, diameter 5.4” — 13.7 cm., 10.8 oz. — 335 grams $150—200

60 PAIR OF GERMAN SILVER VASES, J.L. SCHLINGLOFF, HANAU, EARLY 20TH CENTURY with shaped rims, pierced and moulded with ribbons and floral garlands, with one glass liner, height 9.6” — 24.5 cm., 25.8 oz. — 804 grams $350—500

$200—300

$700—1,000

61 CONTINENTAL SILVER SUGAR BOX, PROBABLY GERMAN OR AUSTROHUNGARIAN, 19TH CENTURY

62 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SILVER FIVE-LIGHT CANDELABRUM, VIENNA, LATE 19TH CENTURY

of oval shape, chased with panels of figures in mountainous landscapes, flowers, foliage and scrollwork, length 5.1” — 13 cm., 7.4 oz. — 230 grams

with four scroll arms and central extension with eagle finial, on a vase shaped stem and square pedestal base, height 30.2” — 76.7 cm., 76.4 oz. — 2375 grams

$150—250

$800—1,200

63 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SILVER SQUARE TRAY, C.1900 engraved and moulded with Art Nouveau flowers and foliage, width 14.2” — 36 cm., 32.1 oz. — 998 grams $350—500

64 LATVIAN SILVER DECANTER WITH SIX GOBLETS AND TRAY, EARLY 20TH CENTURY engraved with scroll and flowering foliate cartouches, height 84.6” — 21,5 cm., diameter 7.5” — 19 cm., 15.7 oz. — 489 grams, maker’s marks (cyrillic) IP $300—400


65 LATVIAN SILVER BLOTTER, EARLY 20TH CENTURY rocker type, of plain rectangular form with knob handle, together with a letter opener, length 6.4” — 16.2 cm., maker’s mark KD $150—250

66 GROUP OF THREE RUSSIAN SILVER CUPS, ISRAEL ESEEVICH ZAKHODER, KIEV, LATE 19TH CENTURY

67 PAIR OF INDIAN COLONIAL SALT AND PEPPER CASTERS, PROBABLY CALCUTTA, C.1830

engraved with alternating panels of buildings and flowers, largest height 2.8” — 7.2 cm., 3.2 oz. — 100 grams, assaymasters Stakhy Kondratyevich Orlov and Aleksandr Kazimirovich Vyrzhikovsky

of cylinder shape with gadroon borders on pedestal bases, engraved ‘SALT’ and ‘PEPPER’, height 3.5” — 8.9 cm., 5.1 oz. — 159 grams

68 INDIAN SILVER TEAPOT, LATE 19TH CENTURY chased all over with flowering vines and animals, height 7” — 17.8 cm., 19.3 oz. — 601 grams $250—350

$100—200

$100—200

69 COLONIAL SILVER THREAD PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, 19TH CENTURY

70 PERUVIAN SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, CAMUSSO, LIMA, 20TH CENTURY

71 PERUVIAN SILVER TWOHANDLED SERVING TRAY, 20TH CENTURY

comprising forty-seven pieces; 9 dinner forks 10 tablespoons 11 luncheon forks 12 soup spoons 5 teaspoons, 85.1 oz. — 2718 grams

comprising six pieces, of plain design with moulded scroll handles and feet, tray length 24.6” — 62.5 cm., 133.5 oz. — 4152 grams

of rectangular shape with moulded gadroon rim and scroll handles, length 22.4” — 57 cm., 45.7 oz. — 1421 grams

Note: Contains material which may be subject to import/export regulation

$600—800

$1,000—1,500

$1,800—2,400

72 PAIR OF PERUVIAN SILVER THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA, CAMUSSO, LIMA, 20TH CENTURY each with twin scroll arms and central extension terminating in sockets above a stepped circular base, height 9.2” — 23.3 cm. $350—500


73 PAIR OF PERUVIAN SILVER WATER JUGS, 20TH CENTURY of plain design with moulded scroll rims and handles, height 6.3” — 15.9 cm., 21.8 oz. — 679 grams $300—400

74 AMERICAN SILVER ‘MYTHOLOGIQUE’ PATTERN SOUP LADLE AND SERVING FORK, GORHAM MFG. CO., PROVIDENCE, R.I., LATE 19TH CENTURY

75 AMERICAN SILVER ‘CHRYSANTHEMUM’ PATTERN ICE CREAM SERVING SPOON, TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, N.Y., C.1900

76 AMERICAN SILVER ‘LOVE DISARMED’ PATTERN BERRY SPOON, REED & BARTON, TAUNTON, MASS., C.1900

length 9.4” — 23.8 cm., 4 oz. — 123 grams

length 10.8” — 27.4 cm., 7.7 oz. — 238 grams

$75—125

$100—200

78 TWO AMERICAN SILVER ‘LA TOURAINE’ PATTERN BERRY SPOONS, REED & BARTON, TAUNTON, MASS., C.1900

79 AMERICAN SILVER CREAM JUG AND COVERED SUGAR BASIN, SAMUEL KIRK & SON CO., BALTIMORE, MD, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

80 AMERICAN SILVER COFFEE POT, M. FRED HIRSH CO., JERSEY CITY, N.J., 20TH CENTURY

the shell bowls repoussé with flowers and leaves, length 8.9” — 22.6 cm.; 8.1” — 20.6 cm., 5 oz. — 156 grams

with scroll handles, stepped pedestal bases and moulded bead borders, height 8.9” — 22.5 cm., 38 oz. — 1183 grams

ladle length 14” — 35.5 cm., 16.5 oz. — 514 grams $200—300

77 AMERICAN SILVER BERRY SPOON, R. BLACKINTON & CO., NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS., C.1900 cast with hibiscus flowers, buds and leaves, length 9.4” — 24 cm., 7.4 oz. — 229 grams $100—200

$75—150 $500—700

of plain ovoid form with scroll handle and spout on a circular foot, height 8.7” — 22 cm., 19.9 oz. — 620 grams $250—350


81 AMERICAN SILVER MEAT DISH, TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, NY, MID-20TH CENTURY

82 AMERICAN SILVER SALT AND PEPPER CASTERS, TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, N.Y., 20TH CENTURY

of oblong shape with indented corners, the rim with a moulded border, length 16.1” — 41 cm., 47 oz. — 1462 grams

moulded with bands of scrolling leaves, height 3.1” — 7.9 cm., 4 oz. — 123 grams $75—150

$700—900

85 PAIR OF CANADIAN SILVER SALT CELLARS, JOHN WOOD & SON, MONTREAL, QUE., C.1850 of circular shape on three hoof feet, the sides chased with matted ground flowers and leaves below the gadroon rims, with gilt interiors $200—300

86 CANADIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE SPOON, ROBERT HENDERY, MONTREAL, QUE., MID-19TH CENTURY AND A SIMILAR SPOON, MAKER’S MARK R.H, LONDON, 1830 length 8.7” — 22 cm., 4 oz. — 124 grams $75—125

83 AMERICAN SILVER ‘SHELL AND THREAD’ PATTERN FLATWARE, TIFFANY & CO., NEW YORK, N.Y., EARLY 20TH CENTURY

84 AMERICAN SILVER ‘SIR CHRISTOPHER’ PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, WALLACE SILVERSMITHS, WALLINGFORD, CT., 20TH CENTURY

comprising sixty-seven pieces: 12 luncheon knives 9 luncheon forks 12 cream soup spoons 12 bouillon spoons 9 tea spoons 9 butter spreaders 4 table spoons , 96.3 oz. — 2995 grams

comprising fifty pieces: 10 luncheon knives 10 luncheon forks 10 soup spoons 10 salad forks 10 tea spoons contained in a fitted canteen, 56.1 oz. — 1746 grams

$1,000—1,500

$700—1,000

87 STERLING SILVER BOWL, PROBABLY CANADIAN, MID20TH CENTURY

88 CANADIAN SILVER COVERED BUTTER DISH AND A CAKE PLATE, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1957/59

of plain steep-sided circular form on a conforming stepped foot, height 5.4” — 13.7 cm., diameter 8.2” — 20.8 cm., 27.3 oz. — 850 grams, stamped sphinx mark and STERLING $350—500

with moulded gadroon borders, plate diameter 10” — 25.4 cm., 17.7 oz. — 551 grams $200—300


89 PAIR OF CANADIAN SILVER RECTANGULAR PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES AND A SMALLER OVAL FRAME, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1960/62 of plain design, pair 11.6” x 9.6” — 29.5 x 24.5 cm.

90 CANADIAN SILVER COFFEE POT, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 20TH CENTURY

91 CANADIAN SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1943

92 CANADIAN SILVER COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1954-56

engraved with scrolling and flowering foliage, height 9.4” — 24 cm., 23.2 oz. — 721 grams

of plain ovoid form, comprising four pieces, height 9.2” — 23.3 cm., 52.6 oz. — 1636 grams

$250—350

$600—800

comprising four pieces, of half-fluted oblong form with gadroon, shell and scroll borders on four conforming feet, height 9.2” — 23.3 cm., 72.7 oz. — 2260 grams

$100—200

Note: Contains material which may be subject to import/export regulation $1,200—1,600

93 CANADIAN SILVER JEWELLERY BOX, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., EARLY 20TH CENTURY

94 CANADIAN ART NOUVEAU SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, P.W. ELLIS & CO., TORONTO, ONT., C.1900

95 CANADIAN SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1962

96 CANADIAN SILVER SHAPED CIRCULAR WAITER, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 1954

of plain square form with domed hinged cover, width 5.5” — 14 cm., 17.3 oz. — 537 grams

with pierced and moulded rim, diameter 13.1” — 33.2 cm., 23.5 oz. — 731 grams

with moulded gadroon rim, diameter 12” — 30.6 cm., 24.8 oz. — 772 grams

$200—300

$300—400

$350—500

engraved with a narrow band of flowers and scrolling foliage, diameter 14.1” — 35.8 cm., 33.3 oz. — 1035 grams $400—600


97 SET OF FOUR CANADIAN SILVER LOW CANDLESTICKS AND A PAIR OF TWO-LIGHT SMALL CANDELABRA, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 20TH CENTURY

98 TWELVE CANADIAN OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DINNER KNIVES AND A PIE SLICE, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 20TH CENTURY length 9.6” — 24.5 cm.

plain with moulded borders, height 3.3” — 8.4 cm.; 4.9” — 12.5 cm.

$150—250

$150—250

99 CANADIAN SILVER ‘STRATFORD’ PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, RODEN BROS., TORONTO, ONT., EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising sixty pieces: 8 dinner knives 8 dinner forks 4 luncheon knives 8 luncheon forks 6 butter spreaders 6 soup spoons 8 dessert spoons 3 tea spoons 6 coffee spoons serving spoon cold meat fork sauce ladle , 58.2 oz. — 1809 grams

100 CANADIAN SILVER ‘CELLO’ PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, NORTHUMBRIA, 20TH CENTURY comprising fifty-one pieces: 8 luncheon knives 8 luncheon forks 8 soup spoons 8 salad forks 4 tea knives 5 dessert spoons 7 tea spoons 2 table spoons sugar spoon , 49.7 oz. — 1547 grams $600—800

$700—1,000

101 CANADIAN SILVER ‘LOUIS XV’ PATTERN FLATWARE SERVICE, HENRY BIRKS & SONS, MONTREAL, QUE., 20TH CENTURY comprising eighty-five pieces: 12 dinner knives 12 dinner forks 12 soup spoons 11 dessert knives 10 dessert forks 12 teaspoons 12 coffee spoons table spoon sauce ladle sugar spoon lemon fork , 72.5 oz. — 2254 grams $1,000—1,500

102 GROUPED LOT OF GEORGIAN, VICTORIAN AND LATER ENGLISH SILVER, 18TH-20TH CENTURY comprising: two traveling inkwells; two photo frames; four-piece condiment set; napkin ring; pepper caster; cream jug; twenty-three pieces of flatware, 27.7 oz. — 863 grams $300—400

103 GROUPED LOT OF GEORGIAN AND LATER SILVER FLATWARE, MAINLY LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY comprising twenty-one pieces: 6 George III Old English pattern table spoons, 6 bright-cut tea spoons, Bead pattern ladle, Thread pattern fish slice, Fiddle pattern butter knife, 4 Scottish ladles, later butter knife and a mustard spoon, fish slice length 11.5” — 29.3 cm., 27.1 oz. — 842 grams $350—500

104 GROUPED LOT OF VICTORIAN AND LATER NORTH AMERICAN SILVER, LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY comprising: pierced oval basket, London, 1890; small circular dish; eleven pieces of flatware, basket length 8.3” — 21.2 cm., 19.9 oz. — 619 grams $200—300


105 GROUPED LOT OF ENGLISH, CONTINENTAL AND CANADIAN SILVER, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

106 GROUPED LOT OF DUTCH AND OTHER CONTINENTAL SILVER, 19TH-20TH CENTURY

107 GROUPED LOT OF DANISH AND NORTH AMERICAN SILVER FLATWARE, 20TH CENTURY

comprising: cream jug; sauce boat; two goblets; two vodka cups; pierced bowl; pepper grinder; mustard pot, tallest goblet height 6.5” — 16.4 cm., 15.2 oz. — 473 grams

comprising; beaker; sauce boat; small dish; vesta case; two buckles; fob; tea strainer; six napkin rings; pointer; thimble; miniature chair; thirty-six pieces of flatware, 56.8 oz. — 1768 grams

comprising twenty-eight pieces, including a Georg Jensen ‘Cactus’ tomato server, 12.9 oz. — 401 grams $150—250

108 GROUPED LOT OF NORTH AMERICAN SILVER, 20TH CENTURY comprising: four low candlesticks; two photo frames; cream jug; two sugar bowls; child’s mug; small comport; tea strainer; salt cellar; three pepper casters; mustard pot; clasp; sixteen pieces of flatware, 26.2 oz. — 815 grams

$150—250 $300—400

$500—700

109 GROUPED LOT OF SILVER FLATWARE, VARIOUS MAKERS, 20TH CENTURY

110 GROUPED LOT OF SILVER FLATWARE, LATE 18TH-20TH CENTURY

comprising twenty-seven pieces, together with two small salts and two pepperettes, 21.4 oz. — 667 grams

comprising twenty-five pieces, 26.3 oz. — 818 grams $300—400

$200—300

111 GROUPED LOT OF SILVER FLATWARE, VARIOUS MAKERS, 19TH/20TH CENTURY comprising fifty-nine pieces, 53.1 oz. — 1653 grams $600—800

112 GROUPED LOT OF SILVER ARTICLES, 20TH CENTURY comprising; footed bowl; pierced comport; two oval bread dishes; pierced plate; pierced basket with swing handle, pierced candy dish; cigarette box; oval pill box; eight strawberry forks, largest diameter 9.1” — 23 cm., 62.2 oz. — 1934 grams $600—800


113 OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE OVAL CAKE BASKET, LATE 18TH CENTURY with pierced sides, bead borders and swing handle moulded with masks, length 12.8” — 32.4 cm.

114 SET OF THREE OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COASTERS, LATE 18TH CENTURY with reeded rims and pierced sides on turned wood bases, diameter 4.9” — 12.5 cm.

$75—150

115 PAIR OF OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE WINE COASTERS, C.1820 with gadroon borders and turned wood bases, diameter 5.9” — 15 cm., maker’s marks J.G $75—150

$75—150

116 [CANADIAN HISTORICAL INTEREST] VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED OVAL BASKET, 1860 with pierced sides and moulded rim and swing handle on four feet, engraved on the centre with the Prince of Wales’s badge and motto ‘ICH DIEN’ and a testimonial inscription to John Harvie, length 12.7” — 32.3 cm. Provenance: John Harvie (1833-1917) By descent to the present owner Literature: Dictionary of Canadian Biography “Early in 1853 Harvie joined the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Union Rail-road (later the Northern) as a freight conductor. When, on 16 May 1853, the American conductor engaged to take the railway’s first passenger train from Toronto to Machell’s Corners (Aurora) failed to appear, superintendent Alfred Brunel* put Harvie in charge. (This steam train was also the first to operate in Upper Canada.) Harvie continued as a conductor. The high point of his conducting career undoubtedly came on 11 Sept. 1860, when he ran the Prince of Wales’s special train on an outing to Georgian Bay. In return he received an inscribed silver basket, which remains in family hands.”

117 VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED SOUP TUREEN, THOMAS BRADBURY & SONS, SHEFFIELD, LATE 19TH CENTURY of shaped oval form with twin scroll handles and urn finial on a pedestal base, length 14.9” — 37.8 cm. $100—200

118 AMERICAN SILVER PLATED CHAFING DISH ON WARMING STAND, ELIZUR B. WEBSTER & SON, BROOKLYN, NY, 20TH CENTURY elaborately moulded with scrollwork, fruiting vines and flowers, with wood handles, feet and finial, length 14.2” — 36 cm. $200—300

119 ENGLISH SILVER PLATED OCTAGONAL SERVING TRAY, ISRAEL FREEMAN & SON, LONDON, 20TH CENTURY with pierced galleried sides, moulded bar handles and scroll feet, length 26” — 66 cm.

Note: Inscription reads: Albert Edward, Prince of Wales / TO / JOHN HARVIE / In testimony of his services in charge of the Special Train / on the occasion of the visit of His Royal Highness to Collingwood. / Northern Railway of Canada. Tenth of September 1860. / Fred W. Cumberland, Managing Director / J Lewis Grant, Superintendent

$150—250

$150—250


120 PAIR OF SILVER PLATED THREE-LIGHT CANDELABRA, 20TH CENTURY with moulded foliate and bead borders, height 18.3” — 46.5 cm.

121 SILVER PLATED OVAL SERVING TRAY, 20TH CENTURY

122 ENGLISH SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, 20TH CENTURY

123 ENGLISH STONEWARE CHARACTER JUG, 19TH CENTURY

with pierced sides and shaped handles, length 20.9” — 53 cm.

of melon-fluted form, chased with scrollwork, flowers and leaves, comprising six pieces, tray length 28.3” — 72 cm.

formed as the head of a man wearing a tricorn hat, height 6.1” — 15.5 cm.

$75—150

$100—200

$150—250 $150—250

124 STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE MASK JUG, EARLY 19TH CENTURY moulded and painted in colours with three grinning masks, height 5” — 12.8 cm. $100—200

125 ENGLISH LUSTRE DECORATED JUG, TEA CADDY AND A SMALL COMPORT, 19TH/20TH CENTURY the yellow ground jug painted with strawberries and leaves, the tea caddy with green floral panels, the small comport with birds, largest height 4.4” — 11.2 cm. $75—125

126 PILKINGTON’S ROYAL LANCASTRIAN RUBY LUSTRE VASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY the ovoid body moulded with trees and covered with a lustrous red glaze, height 7.4” — 18.8 cm., impressed marks $100—200

127 CLARICE CLIFF ‘BIZZARE’ TEAPOT, C.1930 painted with colourful geometric motifs, height 6.5” — 16.5 cm., incised 24, printed Newport Pottery marks in black $200—300


128 CLARICE CLIFF ‘BIZZARE’ BOWL C.1930 painted with colourful geometric motifs, diameter 6.9” — 17.6 cm., incised numeral 7, printed Newport Pottery marks in black

129 PAIR OF MOORCROFT POMEGRANATE CANDLESTICKS, C.1925

130 MOORCROFT POMEGRANATE VASE, C.1925

131 MOORCROFT FLAMBÉ ORCHIDS SMALL VASE, C.1970

painted with fruit and leaves on a mottled brown/blue ground, height 5.1” — 13 cm., impressed marks, painted initials in blue

painted with colourful flowers and leaves on a red ground, height 3.4” — 8.7 cm., late circular paper label

$200—300

$100—200

133 SET OF TWELVE ROYAL DOULTON PLATES, A. DIX, C.1906

134 SIX ROYAL WORCESTER CLARET GROUND PLATES, MILDRED HUNT, C.1934

135 FLIGHT, BARR & BARR WORCESTER OVAL PLATTER, C.1820

printed and painted in colours with female figures in flowing robes, the shaped rims with gilt borders, crack, impressed marks, painted and printed marks including Rd. No. 184624

painted with floral centres in colours, diameter 9.3” — 23.5 cm., signed MHunt, impressed, painted and printed marks

the rim painted with a continuous flowering vine in red and blue enamels and gilt between gilt line borders, length 20.4” — 51.7 cm., impressed crown and FBB mark, incised 20

painted with fruit and leaves on a blue ground, height 6.3” — 16 cm., impressed marks, painted initials in blue

$100—200 $200—300

132 ROYAL DOULTON MOTORING CHARGER, BLOOD MONEY’, EARLY 20TH CENTURY printed and painted in colours, diameter 13.7” — 34.8 cm., impressed and printed marks in brown

$100—200

$150—250 $250—350

$75—150


136 NEWHALL TEA SERVICE, LATE 18TH CENTURY

137 PAIR OF DERBY KIDNEY SHAPED DISHES, C.1800

painted with flower sprays and ribbon garlands in coloured enamels, comprising fifteen pieces: 7 tea bowls 4 saucers cream jug sugar basin teapot with stand , condition noted, painted pattern numbers N195 in red

painted in colours with scattered flower sprigs and foliate scroll borders, base chip, length 10.1” — 25.7 cm., painted crown, crossed batons, dots and D marks in puce $75—150

$200—300

138 ROYAL CROWN DERBY IMARI (2451) PATTERN SERVICE, 20TH CENTURY

139 COALPORT TWO-HANDLED VASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

comprising one hundred and eightyfour pieces: 24 plates, diameter 10.7” — 27.2 cm. 12 plates, one repaired, diameter 8.4” — 21.3 cm. 21 plates, diameter 7.2” — 18.2 cm. 12 plates, diameter 6.3” — 15.9 cm. 12 soup cups 12 stands 36 cups 36 saucers 14 napkin rings 2 salt and pepper casters two-handled cup cake plate oval platter, length 13.1” — 33.4 cm. , impressed, painted and printed marks in red, puce and green

as a table lamp, painted in colours on one side with a lakeside view, reserved within raised gilt and blue surrounds, with silk shade, one handle restored, overall height 19.7” — 50 cm., impressed, printed and painted marks $100—200

$2,500—3,500

140 PAIR OF GILT BRONZE MOUNTED BLUE GROUND ‘SÈVRES’ TABLE LAMPS, 20TH CENTURY painted in colours with oval panels of lovers in woodland settings and landscapes on the reverse, reserved within gilt scroll surrounds, one repaired, height 37.5” — 95.2 cm., signed Roche $600—800

141 ‘SÈVRES’ BLUE-GROUND CABARET SERVICE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

142 PAIR OF LILAC GROUND PARIS PORCELAIN VASES, LATE 19TH CENTURY

143 LIMOGES FISH SERVICE, TRESSEMANN & VOGT, C.1900

printed and painted in colours with panels of lovers in pastoral settings, reserved within gilt surrounds, comprising twenty pieces: 4 cups and saucers 4 demitasse cups and saucers coffee pot sugar basket cake plate serving tray, length 15.4” — 39 cm., painted signatures A. MAX, painted and printed marks

painted in colours with oval panels of lovers in garden settings, reserved within gilt surrounds, crack, height 13.2” — 33.5 cm.

comprising fourteen pieces, painted in colours with fish amongst weeds and shells, the moulded scroll rims all gilt, minor chip, platter length 23.9” — 60.8 cm., printed marks in green

$300—400

$100—200 $400—600


144 LE NOVE FAIENCE JUG, 19TH CENTURY

145 VIENNA PLATE AND A MUG, LATE 18TH CENTURY

146 FÜRSTENBURG PLATE, LATE 18TH CENTURY

painted with landscape panels in puce camaïeu, interspersed with flowering vine trails moulded and painted in colours, minor glaze chips, height 6.2” — 15.7 cm., painted star mark in gold

painted with colourful flower sprays within yellow ground and gilt borders, minor chip, height 4.3” — 11 cm., diameter 10” — 25.5 cm., impressed numerals, painted shield marks in underglaze blue

painted in colours with fruit, flowers and leaves, the rim with garlands and a dentil border in gilt, diameter 11.3” — 28.6 cm., incised OB, impressed Z, painted F mark in underglaze blue

$100—200

$100—200 $100—200

147 MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN OVAL SOUP TUREEN WITH COVER AND STAND, LATE 19TH CENTURY with moulded scroll and shell handles, painted in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, length 17.3” — 44 cm., impressed and painted numerals and crossed swords marks in underglaze blue $150—250

148 MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN HORS D’OEUVRES DISH, LATE 19TH CENTURY with four shell shaped sections, painted in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, diameter 15” — 38 cm., impressed and painted numerals and crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

149 MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN TWO-HANDLED SQUARE SERVING TRAY, LATE 19TH CENTURY

150 PAIR OF MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN COVERED DISHES, LATE 19TH CENTURY

moulded with scrolls and shells and painted in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, width 16.3” — 41.5 cm., impressed and painted numerals and crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

of circular shape with scroll handles and shell moulding, painted in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, diameter 8.3” — 21 cm., incised and impressed numerals, painted crossed swords marks in underglaze blue

$150—250

$100—200

$100—200

151 MEISSEN BLUE ONION PATTERN CHEESE BOARD, LATE 19TH CENTURY painted in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, impressed and painted numerals and crossed swords mark in underglaze blue $50—100


152 PAIR OF BERLIN BLUE GROUND CASSOLETTES, C.1870 with reversible covers, moulded and painted in colours and gilt with mask handles, garlands and foliate borders, restored, height 8.2” — 20.8 cm., painted sceptre mark in underglaze blue

153 GINORI PLATE, LATE 18TH CENTURY with shaped and moulded basketweave rim, painted with colorful flower sprays, diameter 9.4” — 24 cm. $50—100

154 DELFT BLUE AND WHITE WATCH HOLDER, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

155 LOMONOSOV FIGURE OF A SCHOOLBOY, MID-20TH CENTURY

formed as a staartclok painted with flowering foliage and a cherub by a tree above an incised medallion with initials BT, minor glaze chips, height 9.6” — 24.4 cm.

wearing a long coat and fur-lined hat, a book held under one arm, height 5.7” — 14.5 cm., printed mark in blue $50—100

$100—200 $75—150

156 BARANIVKA PARIAN BUST OF THE POET TARAS SHEVCHENKO, 20TH CENTURY

157 ROYAL COPENHAGEN ALUMINIA FAIENCE BUST OF A WOMAN, JOHANNES HEDEGAARD, C.1960

158 ROYAL COPENHAGEN ALUMINIA FAIENCE LARGE BOWL, NILS THORSSON, 1960S

159 CANADIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED POTTERY JUG AND FIVE TUMBLERS, MID-20TH CENTURY

height 7.5” — 19 cm., printed marks in blue

with colourful glazed head wrap and removable cover, height 16.3” — 41.5 cm., printed and painted marks including 250/3139 and facsimile signature in black

the steep sides decorated with an abstract frieze in olive and aubergine on a cream ground, diameter 13.4” — 34 cm., printed and painted marks in black and brown including 591/3430 and CK monogram

the jug painted with a deer, the tumblers with trees all in brown and bright green, height 10.5” — 26.7 cm., all with incised marks, the jug additionally with CANADA

$75—150

$75—150

$150—250 $50—100


160 DEICHMANN TURQUOISE GLAZED VASE, KJELD & ERICA DEICHMANN, C.1950 of slightly tapering form, covered with a speckled blue glaze, height 9.4” — 23.8 cm., incised monogram / Deichmann / NB 4

161 STEUBEN BLACK GLASS CANDLESTICK, C.1920

162 D’ARGENTAL LANDSCAPE CAMEO GLASS VASE, C.1910

with a plain socket and tapered stem on a spreading circular foot, height 6.1” — 15.5 cm., original paper label

of grey glass shaded with orange, overlaid with amethyst and etched with a lake, trees and distant mountains, height 13.6” — 34.5 cm., cameo marks D’ARGENTAL / StL

$75—150

$200—300

$250—350

163 BOHEMIAN ZWISCHENGOLDGLAS BEAKER, JOHANN POHL, C.1900 decorated with a Nordic warrior scene on panel-cut double walls between foliate and dentil borders, the base with a helmet, horn and wreath of oak on a red ground, height 3.7” — 9.5 cm., signed J.M. Pohl Haida $200—300

164 ENGLISH OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED WINE GLASS, C.1760-80

165 ENGLISH OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED WINE GLASS, C.1780

166 ENGLISH OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED WINE GLASS, C.1760-80

tiny chip, height 6.4” — 16.3 cm.

with cut and engraved border at the rim, height 5.1” — 13 cm.

height 5.7” — 14.4 cm.

height 3.8” — 9.6 cm.; 4.6” — 11.8 cm.

$100—200

$50—100

$100—200 $100—200

167 TWO ENGLISH DRINKING GLASSES, C.1800


168 CONTINENTAL OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED WINE GLASS, LATE 18TH CENTURY

169 CONTINENTAL OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED CORDIAL GLASS, LATE 18TH CENTURY

170 THREE CONTINENTAL OPAQUE TWIST STEMMED FIRING GLASSES, 19TH CENTURY

171 TWELVE VARIOUS DRINKING GLASSES, 18TH CENTURY AND LATER

minor base chip, height 6.4” — 16.3 cm.

height 4.1” — 10.5 cm.

height 5.9” — 15 cm.; 4.3” — 11 cm.

minor chips, largest height 7.6” — 19.2 cm.

$100—200

$100—200

$100—200

172 TWENTY-TWO VARIOUS GLASS RUMMERS AND OTHER DRINKING GLASSES, 19TH/20TH CENTURY $200—300

$150—250

173 [REFERENCE BOOKS] CLOCKS, WATCHES AND BAROMETERS, NINE VOLUMES Eric Burton, The History of Clocks and Watches Chris Bailey, Two Hundred Years of American Clocks and Watches Jane Varkaris and James E. Connell, The Canadian and Hamilton Clock Companies Britten’s Old Clocks and Watches And Their Makers, Ninth Ed. Edwin Banfield, Barometers: Stick or Cistern Tube Edwin Banfield, Barometers: Aneroid and Barographs Edwin Banfield, Barometers: Wheel or Banjo Edwin Banfield, Antique Barometes: an Illustrated Survey Nicholas Goodison, English Barometers 1680-1860 $30—50

174 [REFERENCE BOOKS] ENGLISH CERAMICS, FIFTEEN VOLUMES Yvonne Hackenbroch, Chelsea and Other English Porcelain: The Collection of Irwin Untermyer Leonard Whiter, Spode: A History of the Family, Factory and Wares from 1733 to 1833 Richard K. Degenhardt, Belleek: The Complete Collector’s Guide and Illustrated Reference Paul Atterbury, Moorcroft Pottery: A Guide to the Pottery of William and Walter Moorcroft, 1897-1986 David Battie’s Guide to Understanding 19th & 20th Century British Porcelain Geoffrey A. Godden, Ridgway Porcelains John Twitchett and Betty Bailey, Royal Crown Derby John Twitchett, Derby Porcelain A. de Saye Hutton, A Guide to New Hall Porcelain Patterns Henry Sandon, Royal Worcester Porcelain: From 1862 to the Present Day Henry Sandon, Flight and Barr Worcester Porcelain 1783-1840 David Buten, 18th-Century Wedgwood: A Guide for Collectors & Connoisseurs Geoffrey A. Godden, ChamberlainWorcester Porcelain 1788-1852 Geoffrey A. Godden, Encyclopaedia of $30—50

175 [REFERENCE BOOKS] CANADIANA, TWELVE VOLUMES Gerald Stevens, Canadian Glass 18251925 Hilda and Kelvin Spence, A Guide to Early Canadian Glass Michael S. Bird, Ontario Fraktur: A Pennsylvania-German Folk Tradition in Early Canada Ruth McKendry, Quilts and Other Bed Coverings in the Canadian Tradition David L. Newlands, Early Ontario Potters: Their Craft and Trade Doris and Peter Unitt, Treasury of Canadian Glass Ruth Cathcart, Jacques & Hay 19th Century Toronto Furniture Makers Donald Blake Webster, EnglishCanadian Furniture of the Georgian Period Catherine M. V. Thuro, Oil Lamps: The Kerosene Era in North America Howard Pain, The Heritage of Upper Canadian Furniture Donald Blake Webster ed., The Book of Canadian Antiques Charles H. Foss, Cabinetmakers of the Eastern Seaboard $30—50


176 [REFERENCE BOOKS] DESIGN, ELEVEN VOLUMES Eva Weber, Art Deco Arie van de Lemme, A Guide to Art Deco Style William Hardy, A Guide to Art Nouveau Style Annelies Krekel-Aalberse, Art Nouveau and Art Deco Silver Robin Langley Sommer ed., The Arts and Crafts Movement Maria Costantino, Frank Lloyd Wright Design Laura Cerwinske, Russian Imperial Style Nietta Apra, Empire Style 1804-1815 Leslie Greene Bowman, American Arts & Crafts: Virtue in Design Dominic R. Stone, The Art of Biedermeier: Viennese Art and Design - 1815 to 1845 Dorothy Bosomworth, The VIctorian Catalogue of Household Goods

$30—50

177 [REFERENCE BOOKS] AMERICAN DECORATIVE ARTS, SEVENTEEN VOLUMES Hugh F. McKean, The “Lost” Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany Dr. Egon Neustadt, The Lamps of Tiffany Henry Winter, The Dynasty of Louis Comfort Tiffany Richard C. Miller and John F. Solverson, Student Lamps of the Victorian Era J. W. Courter, Aladdin Electric Lamps Robert De Falco, Carole Goldman Hibel and John Hibel, Handel Lamps: Painted Shades and Glassware Edward and Sheila Malakoff, Pairpoint Lamps Albert Christian Revi, Nineteenth Century Glass: Its Genesis and Development Jean Lipman and Alice Winchester, The Flowering of American Folk Art: 1776-1876 Lawrence S. Cooke ed., Lighting in America: From Colonial Rushlights to Victorian Chandeliers Charles F. Hamilton, Roycroft Collectibles Sharon and Bob Huxford, The Collectors Encyclopedia of Weller Pottery Sharon and Bob Huxford, The Collectors Encyclopedia of McCoy Pottery The Glover Collection: Rookwood Pottery Stickley Craftsman Furniture Catalogs: Unabridged Reprints of Two Mission Furniture Catalogs Reprint of the 1894 Pairpoint Manufacturing Company Catalogue Milwaukee Art Museum, Sumptuous Surrounds: Silver Overlay on Ceramic and Glass $30—50

178 [REFERENCE BOOKS] SILVER, NINE VOLUMES Claude Blair ed., The History of Silver Ross Fox, Presentation Pieces and Trophies from the Henry Birks Collection of Canadian Silver N. M. Penzer, Paul Storr 1771-1844 Silversmith and Goldsmith Frederick Bradbury, History of Old Sheffield Plate French Master Goldsmiths and Silversmiths from the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century Seymour B. Wyler, The Book of Old Silver: English, American, Foreign Gudmund Boesen and Chr. A. Boje, Old Danish Silver Charles H. Carpenter, Jr., Gorham Silver 1831-1981 Charles H. Carpenter, Jr., with Mary Grace Carpenter, Tiffany Silver $30—50

179 [REFERENCE BOOKS] ENGLISH FURNITURE, SEVENTEEN VOLUMES Percy MacQuoid, A History of English Furniture R. W. Symonds, The Present State of Old English Furniture R. W. Symonds, Masterpieces of English Furniture and Clocks Francis Lenygon, The Decoration and Furniture of English Mansions During the XVII. & XVIII. Centuries John Andrews, The Price Guide to Victorian, Edwardian and 1920s Furniture Ralph Edwards ed., The Dictionary of English Furniture (3 volumes) Christopher Claxton Stevens and Stewart Whittington, 18th Century English Furniture: The Norman Adams Collection Thomas Chippendale, The Gentleman & Cabinet-Maker’s Director Christopher Gilbert, The Life & Work of Thomas Chippendale (2 volumes) Pauline Agius, Ackermann’s Regency Furniture & Interiors Thomas Sheraton, The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing-Book George Hepplewhite, The CabinetMaker and Upholsterer’s Guide Sir Ambrose Heal, The London Furniture Makers: From the Restoration to the Victorian Era 16601840 John Kenworthy-Browne, Chippendale and his Contemporaries $30—50


180 [REFERENCE BOOKS] AMERICAN GLASS, EIGHTEEN VOLUMES

181 [REFERENCE BOOKS] DECORATIVE ARTS, TWENTY-SIX VOLUMES

182 [REFERENCE BOOKS] AMERICAN FURNITURE, SEVEN VOLUMES

Marion and Sandra Frost, The Essence of Pairpoint: Fine Glassware 19181938 Gerald I. Reilly ed., Wheeling Glass 1829-1939: Collection of the Oglebay Institute Glass Museum Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer, Fenton Art Glass 1907-1939: Identification and Value John A. Shuman III, The Collector’s Encyclopedia of American Art Glass Edward J. Meschi, Durand: The Man and His Glass Wilfred R. Cohen, Wave Crest: The Glass of C. F. Monroe Gene Florence, The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Depression Glass Betty B. Sisk, Mt. Washington: Art Glass plus Webb Burmese, Identification and Value Guide D. Thomas O’Connor and Charles G. Lotton, Lotton Art Glass Albert Christian Revi, Nineteenth Century Glass: Its Genesis and Development Albert Christian Revi, American Art Nouveau Glass Albert Christian Revi, American Cut and Engraved Glass Paul V. Gardner, The Glass of Frederick Carder William Heacock and William Gamble, Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass: Book 9 Cranberry Opalescent from A to Z John Quentin Feller, Dorflinger: America’s Finest Glass, 1852-1921 Ray and Lee Grover, Art Glass Nouveau Ruth Webb Lee, Sandwich Glass: The History of the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company Ruth Webb Lee, Antique Fakes & Reproductions: Enlarged and Revised

John Booth, The Art of Fabergé F. Lewis Hinckley, A Directory of Antique Furniture F. Lewis Hinckley, Directory of the Historic Cabinet Woods Pamela Clabburn, The Needleworker’s Dictionary Stanley Reed, All Colour Book of Oriental Carpets and Rugs Nicolas Fokker, Caucasian Rugs of Yesterday Charles Packer, Paris Furniture by the Master Ébénistes Pierre Ramond, Marquetry Helena Hayward ed., World Furniture Irene Stitt, Japanese Ceramics of the Last 100 Years Art Treasures from Japan (1965 Exhibition Catalogue) Alice Wilson Frothingham, Capodimonte and Buen Retiro Porcelains, Period of Charles III Robin Butler and Gillian Walkling, The Book of Wine Antiques Joan F. van Patten, Collector’s Encyclopedia of Nippon Porcelain: Fourth Series Elinor Gordon ed., Chinese Export Porcelain: An Historical Survey Patricia McCawley, Glass Paperweights Jane Hollingworth, Collecting Decanters David Stirk, Golf: The Great Clubmakers Hugh Johnson, Wine Richard Holiner, Antique Purses: A History, Identification and Value Guide Mildred and Ralph Lechner, The World of Salt Shakers China Institute in America, Clear as Crystal, Red as Flame: Later Chinese Glass (1990 Exhibition Catalogue) Bertha de Vere Green, A Collector’s Guide to Fans Over the Ages Mary Louise O’Brien, Netsuke: A Guide for Collector’s Joan M. Hartman, Chinese Jade of Five Centuries Nicholas M. Dawes, Majolica

Leigh Keno and Leslie Keno, Hidden Treasures: Searching for Masterpieces of American Furniture Vernon C. Stoneman, John and Thomas Seymour: Cabinetmakers in Boston 1794-1816 Vernon C. Stoneman, A Supplement to John and Thomas Seymour: Cabinetmakers in Boston 1794-1816 Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury: Volumes I and II in One Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury: Volume III Joseph Downs, American Furniture: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods Charles F. Montgomery, American Furniture: The Federal Period (17881825)

$30—50

$30—50

$30—50

183 [REFERENCE BOOKS] ART, NINE VOLUMES J. Russell Harper, Krieghoff Denis Thomas ed., The Price Guide to English Watercolours 1750-1900 HRH the Prince of Wales, Watercolours A. Ball and M. Martin, The Price Guide to Baxter Prints Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov, Vincent van Gogh and the Birth of Cloisonism Richard Dorment, Alfred Gilbert: Sculptor and Goldsmith Ingo Hessel, Inuit Art Denys Brook-Hart, British 19th Century Marine Painting Janice Tyrwhitt, Bartlett’s Canada: A pre-Confederation Journey $30—50


184 [REFERENCE BOOKS] EUROPEAN GLASS, NINE VOLUMES

185 [REFERENCE BOOKS] ENGLISH GLASS, SIX VOLUMES

Berniece and Henry Blount, French Cameo Glass Gary D. Baldwin, Moser Artistic Glass: Edition Two Christopher Vane Percy, Lalique: A Collector’s Guide Patricia Bayer and Mark Waller, The Art of Rene Lalique Alastair Duncan, Orrefors Glass Brigitte Klesse and Hans Mayr, European Glass from 1500-1800: The Ernesto Wolf Collection Victor Arwas, Glass: Art Nouveau to Art Deco Rosa Barovier Mentasti, Venetian Glass 1890-1990 Waltraud Neuwirth, Loetz Austria 1905-1918

Charles R. Hajdamach, British Glass 1800-1914 James Rush, A Beilby Odyssey Phelps Warren, Irish Glass: Waterford, Cork, Belfast, in the Age of Exuberance Mary Boydell ed., Dudley Westroff, Irish Glass: A History of Glass Making in Ireland from the Sixteenth Century Ward Llyod, Investing in Georgian Glass Ray and Lee Glover, English Cameo Glass

186 FRENCH AUTOMATON SINGING BIRDS IN GILDED CAGE, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

187 AUSTRIAN MINIATURE COLD PAINTED BRONZE MODEL OF A PHEASANT, C.1900

the crank wound concealed mechanism operating two feathered birds who ‘sing’ while moving heads side to side, opening beaks and flapping tails, base numbered 321 and impressed ‘Made in France’, height 20.25” — 51.4 cm.

length 3.3” — 8.4 cm. $75—150

$400—600

$30—50

$30—50

188 MINIATURE CARVED IVORY RELIEF OVAL OF AN OFFICER, EARLY 20TH CENTURY signed V. Flemming, in 19th century black lacquer frame, 5.5” x 4.75” — 14 x 12.1 cm.

189 PATINATED BRONZE RELIEF PORTRAIT PLAQUE OF A NOBLEMAN, 18TH CENTURY

190 ENGLISH SCHOOL PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF STEVENS CARTER( 1723/4-1790)

191 ENGLISH SCHOOL PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF MADAME BERNARDO, 1848

modelled in pauldron, profile right, in moulded oval ebonized frame, 9.25” x 7.5” — 23.5 x 19.1 cm.

gouache on card in colour ink lined matte in black lacquer frame, sight 0.8” x 0.7” — 2 x 1.75 cm.; 5.25” x 4..5” — 13.3 x 11.4 cm.

gouache on oval ivory panel in ebonized frame, inscribed and dated verso, 5” x 4.3” — 12.7 x 11 cm.

$200—300 $75—150

$150—250 Note: Inscription verso: Stevens(?) Carter of St. Mary’s, Colchester, bap. 31 Mar. 1723-4 & died 26 Dec. 1790, married 30 Apl. 1745 Anne [?] co-heir J. John Boggis of St. Mary’s Colchester co. Essex $100—200


192 PAIR OF POLYCHROMED CAST IRON RELIEF PORTRAIT PLAQUES OF GEORGE AND MARTHA WASHINGTON, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

193 TWO PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF YOUNG WOMEN, 19TH CENTURY

each with threaded holes verso for mounting, height 6.6” — 16.7 cm.

the first a gouache on oval ivory panel signed Hernandez in an ormolu easel frame with bright green guilloché enamelled matte, the second a lithograph in ormolu easel frame, larger 7.5” x 5.25” — 19.1 x 13.3 cm.

$200—300

$200—300

194 ENGLISH SCHOOL PORTRAIT MINITURE OF CAPTAIN VENTUAL OF MARKS TEY, COUNTY ESSEX. 18TH CENTURY gouache on oval ivory panel in moulded ebonized frame, 4.75” x 4” — 12.1 x 10.2 cm.

195 CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE ON COPPER OF A GENTLEMAN, C.1650 the sitter depicted in ruffled collar and gilt highlighted jacket, in moulded giltwood frame, 4.25” x 3.37” — 10.8 x 8.6 cm. $200—300

Note: Inscribed verso: Capt. Ventual of Marks Tey co. Essex of the Essex Regiment, husband of Hannah, daughter & co-heir of William Taylor of Lexden, Colchester, he died before 1806. Hannah died in 1800, she was sister of D[...] Taylor (born 20 Mar. 1765 and died 7 Sep. 1805) wife of William Phillps of Colchester Esq. J. P., he was baptized in 1739 and died 20 Oct, 1812 $100—200

196 GILT BRONZE MINIATURE BUST FORM SEAL BY LUCA MADRASSI (ITALIANFRENCH, 1848-1919) possibly modelled as St. Bernadette Soubirous, height 3” — 7.6 cm.

197 CONQUESTS OF ADMIRAL LORD NELSON SNUFF BOX, EARLY 19TH CENTURY of pressed brass, with battles and dates verso, diameter 2.8” — 7.1 cm. $75—150

198 ITALIAN GRAND TOUR MINIATURE RELIEF PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR CLAUDIUS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

199 BRONZE MEDAL COMMEMORATING THE MARRIAGE OF VICTORIA AND ALBERT, 1840 cased, diameter 1.8” — 4.6 cm.

in turned ivory frame with ebony slip, height 2.77” — 7 cm.

$75—150 $75—150

$75—150


200 GOLD AND PLATINUM STICK PIN MONOGRAMMED RB FOR ROBERTE PONSONBY, COUNTESS OF BESSBOROUGH, EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY the crowned monogram in blue enamel, by Mappin & Webb, London, cased, pin length 1.8” — 4.5 cm.

201 PAIR OF ITALIAN BRASS AND MARBLE COLUMN FORM CANDLESTICKS, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

202 PAIR OF CONTINENTAL BRONZE CANDLESTICKS, 19TH CENTURY height 6.1” — 15.5 cm.

203 PAIR OF FRENCH GILT BRASS AND CUT GLASS FOUR-LIGHT LUSTRE CANDELABRA, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

height 7” — 17.8 cm. $75—150 $100—150

Note: Original owner was the wife of Vere Ponsonby, 14th Governor General of Canada in office 1931-1935.

the moulded glass riser on base supporting scrolling branches to candle cups, hung all over with shaped prisms and drops, height 21.5” — 54.6 cm. $300—400

$100—200

204 CASED PAIR OF FRENCH MOTHER-OF-PEARL MOUNTED GILT METAL OPERA GLASSES, LEMAIRE, PARIS, 19TH CENTURY

205 TIFFANY STUDIOS, NEW YORK, PATINATED BRONZE AND SLAG GLASS ‘PINE NEEDLE’ PATTERN DESK CALENDAR, C.1910

retailed by Scheuer’s, Toronto, 2.5” x 4.25” — 6.4 x 10.8 cm.

impressed maker’s mark and numbered 940, 6.12” x 7.25” — 15.5 x 18.4 cm.

the gold filled cap with inscription: Presented to T. Elgie by his CPR Fellow Workmen, Mar. 26, 1892, height 36” — 91.4 cm.

$100—200

$75—150

206 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAYS PRESENTATION WALKING STICK, LATE 19TH CENTURY

$100—200

207 ENGLISH BRASS CANDLE SNUFF AND STAND, C.1740 on canted square base with fluted corners, height 7.5” — 19.1 cm. $100—200


208 TWO DUTCH BRASS AND COPPER TOBACCO BOXES, MID 18TH CENTURY each with engraved courting scenes and mottos, longest length 5” — 12.7 cm. $200—300

209 GROUP BRASS AND COPPER ITEMS, 19TH CENTURY

210 ITALIAN BRONZE BELL, 16TH CENTURY

211 ENGLISH TURNED WALNUT BELL FORM COIN BANK, 19TH CENTURY

including a wax jack, a monogrammed vesta case, a ‘highland laddie’ coin bank, a ‘mail box’ coin bank, an ecclesiastical offering cup, a pierced bed warmer cover, a shaving bowl and an engraved copper tobacco label printing plate (Best Virginia), jack height 6.5” — 16.5 cm.

probably Florentine, two sides with Medici family coat of arms, with iron hook, Bronze height 6” — 15.2 cm.

with slotted brass cap and dentil appliqués, height 5” — 12.7 cm.

$300—400

$75—150

214 VICTORIAN JENNENS AND BETTRIDGE’S BLACK LACQUERED PAPIER MACHÉ CENTERPIECE BOWL, MID 19TH CENTURY

215 SPECIMEN WOOD PARQUETRY INLAID TEA TRAY, EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY

$200—300

212 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PUZZLE COIN BANK, 19TH CENTURY

213 ANGLO-INDIAN BONE INLAID HARDWOOD TRAY, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

in the form of a miniature chest of drawers, 8” x 10” x 4.75” — 20.3 x 25.4 x 12.1 cm.

ornately decorated with medallion, floriform urns and trailing vines, length 15” — 38.1 cm.

$75—150

$75—150

of shaped outline with impressed maker’s mark with crown and gilt avian and foliate decoration, length 14.5” — 36.8 cm. $100—200

oval with caved ebony handles, length 24” — 61 cm. $75—150


216 NINE PHARMACEUTICAL GLASS STOPPER BOTTLES, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY comprising various sizes, some with labels, tallest height 7.4” — 18.8 cm. $80—120

217 THREE PIECE REGENCY TOLEWARE SUITE: PAIR OF CHESTNUT URNS AND TEA URN ON STAND, C.1820

218 QUANTITY OF TURNED AND CARVED IVORY PART CHESS SETS, 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY

each with painted floral and peacock decoration, tea urn height 17” — 43.2 cm.

including German Selenus, Chinese puzzle ball and Anglo-Indian John type partial sets and fragments

$200—300

Note: Lot includes often broken or missing accessories such as flags, swords, etc.

219 CONTINENTAL FAIENCE TILE, 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY decorated with the figure of St. Vincent de Paul titled ‘Charitas’, 11.75” x 8.5” — 29.8 x 21.6 cm. $75—150

$200—300

220 FOUR VICTORIAN BOXES AND A LETTER KNIFE, 19TH CENTURY including a Tunbridgeware glove box and letter knife, an inlaid glove box with chapel, shamrock, rose and thistle, a painted decorated box, and a transferware sewing box, longest length 10.12” — 25.7 cm. $150—250

221 CONTINENTAL MARQUETRY PICTURE OF THE VIRGIN AND CHILD, LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY 6.7” x 6.3” — 17 x 16 cm.

222 GROUP OF FIVE BRASS CANDLESTICKS, EARLY 18TH CENTURY a single Spanish example an two English pairs, tallest height 7” — 17.8 cm.

$75—150 $150—250

223 CONTINENTAL CAST BRASS FLAT BACK FIGURE OF A BROOM PEDDLER, 19TH CENTURY height 7.8” — 19.8 cm. $75—125


224 PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE OF A PUTTI, 20TH CENTURY

225 TWO STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS, 19TH CENTURY

226 TWO BRASS QUAKES AND A PORRINGER, 18TH/19TH CENTURY

on ebonized block base, height 7” — 17.8 cm.

the first an oval to Edwin of Northumbria, ‘Edwin Rex Ang.’ having spread winged eagle, the second a roundel to ‘King Edward the First’, with portrait, largest height 13.5” — 34.3 cm.

one with thistle, one with fox head, the third with pierced double handles, width 7.25” — 18.4 cm.

with impressed capacity seal, height 6.3” — 16 cm.

$75—150

$75—150

229 WELKIN NATIONAL SCHOOL ADAM AND EVE SAMPLER, JANE JONES, AGE 14, 1837

230 JEAN PIERRE LE DOUX (FRENCH, 1902-1982) L’ENVOL (THE FLIGHT)

231 SILVER THREAD NEEDLEWORK PANEL, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY

15.25” x 12” — 38.7 x 30.5 cm.

c.1945, Aubuson wool tapestry signed in the weave, with Maison M. Berthault label, numbered 219 and signed in ink, 60.6” x 49.6” — 158 x 128 cm.

worked on silk in 19th century frame, 20” x 24.5” — 50.8 x 62.2 cm.

$150—250

227 ENGLISH PEWTER COVERED PINT TANKARD, 19TH CENTURY

$250—350

228 SIX ENGLISH PEWTER PLATES, JOHN WATTS, LONDON, 2ND QUARTER, 18TH CENTURY each with rolled edge and touch marks, diameter 9.6” — 24.5 cm.

$75—150

$150—250 $1,000—1,500

$200—300


232 FLORAL SCROLLING NEEDLEWORK PANEL, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY

233 PAIR OF NEEDLEWORK UPHOLSTERY PANELS, LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY

234 PAIR OF SILK NEEDLEWORK OVALS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

235 FLORAL STUMPWORK APPLIQUÉ, EARLY 18TH CENTURY

worked in silk on silk, in contemporary frame, 22” x 31.5” — 55.9 x 80 cm.

each worked in wool on linen with central garden urn centered by rabbits, squirrels, bees and dragonflies all within trailing vine border, 24” x 26” — 61 x 66 cm.

each depicting ribbon tied wildflower posey, and in period giltwood frame, 12.5” x 10.25” — 31.8 x 26 cm.

on later linen back, in oval giltwood frame, 11.75” x 14.5” — 29.8 x 36.8 cm.

$150—250

$100—200

239 ILLUMINATED VELLUM LEAF FROM THE BOOK OF HOURS, FRENCH, C.1480

$200—300

$400—600

236 SMALL STUMPWORK COIN PURSE, 17TH/18TH CENTURY

237 FLORAL NEEDLEWORK FRAGMENT, 17TH CENTURY

238 FLORAL NEEDLEWORK PANEL, 18TH CENTURY

worked in silver and gilt thread, later satin lining, 5” x 4.25” — 12.7 x 10.8 cm.

worked in silk with silver ribbon accents on linen in 19th century frame, 16.5” x 20.5” — 41.9 x 52.1 cm.

the oval worked in silk on silk with ribbon tied wildflower posey in modern frame, 22.05” x 19” — 56 x 48.3 cm.

$100—200

$100—200

$50—100

lined in red with Latin text and four line figural capital, sight 11.25” x 7” — 28.6 x 17.8 cm.; 24” x 18.5” — 61 x 47 cm. $300—400


240 FOUR ILLUMINATED VELLUM LEAVES FROM THE BOOK OF HOURS, FRENCH, C.1480

241 APPROXIMATELY 920 CIGARETTE TRADING CARDS, EARLY - MID 20TH CENTURY

each lined in red with Latin text and three line capital, in contemporary frame, sight 11” x 6.5” — 27.9 x 16.5 cm.; 22.5” x 17.25” — 57.2 x 43.8 cm.

including Player’s, Will’s, Book Bond Foods, Red Rose Tea, Lyon’s Tea, Cavanders, Batman and WWII ‘Battle Cards’, each binder 12” x 10.5” — 30.5 x 26.7 cm.

$400—600

242 GEORGE MONRO GRANT, D. D., (1835-1902) PICTURESQUE CANADA; THE COUNTRY AS IT WAS AND IS, 1882

243 AUSTRIAN GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE GRANDE SONNERIE REPEATING TABLE CLOCK, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

two volumes, 4to., illustrated under the supervision of L. R. O’Brien with over 500 wood engravings, Belden Bros., Toronto, 12.75” x 9.75” — 32.4 x 24.8 cm.

height 6.5” — 16.5 cm. $75—150

$200—300 $150—250

244 THREE PIECE ROCOCO REVIVAL CLOCK GARNITURE, 2ND HALF, 20TH CENTURY the eight day German movement striking two bells in a case with rocaille decoration flanked by similar candelabra, height 25” — 63.5 cm.

245 WATERBURY SHIP’S BELL NO. 10 “BANJO” CLOCK, C.1920

246 CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE OF GUANYIN, 20TH CENTURY

height 22” — 55.9 cm.

seated on a rock, height 22.2” — 56.5 cm.

Literature:

on rotating black acrylic base, height 15.5” — 39.4 cm.

$300—500 $150—250 $100—200

$200—300

247 CANADIAN SCHOOL ABSTRACT MARBLE SCULPTURE, MID-20TH CENTURY


248 FRENCH ART DECO PATINATED METAL AND IVORINE MANTEL GROUP, C.1925 on onyx inset Portor marble base with incised signature ‘Scalini’, 19” x 22.5” — 48.3 x 57.2 cm.

249 CHARLES THÉODORE PERRON (1862 - 1934), PAIR OF PATINATED METAL FIGURES OF ‘FANEUSE’ AND ‘FORGERON’, 19TH CENTURY

250 JAY CONTWAY (AMERICAN, B.1935) BRONCO BUSTER

251 JAY CONTWAY (AMERICAN, B.1935) ROY ROGERS AND TRIGGER

patinated bronze equestrian group, signed, dated ©76 adn numbered 10/30, height 13.25” — 33.7 cm.

patinated bronze equestrian group, signed, dated ©‘74 and numbered 10/15, height 17” — 43.2 cm.

$500—700

$500—700

252 AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909) COMING THRU THE RYE

253 AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909) STAMPEDE

254 AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909) OUTLAW

large 20th century equestrian group, signed in the mould on titled marble base, 29” x 30” — 73.7 x 76.2 cm.

large 20th century patinated bronze group on titled marble base, 15.5” x 30” — 39.4 x 76.2 cm.

20th century patinated bronze equestrian group, signed in the mould on titled marble base, height 24” — 61 cm.

$500—700

$400—600

$100—200

$300—500

251A JAY CONTWAY (AMERICAN, B.1935) HOWLING COYOTES three small patinated bronze groups, each signed, dated ‘71 and numbered 32/100, height 5.20” — 13.2 cm. $200—300

$300—500


255 AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909) BRONCO BUSTER

256 AFTER FREDERIC SACKRIDER REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909) BRONCO BUSTER

20th century patinated bronze equestrian group, signed in the mould on titled marble base, height 24.5” — 62.2 cm.

monumental 20th century patinated bronze equestrian group signed in the mould, height 54.25” — 137.8 cm.

257 CONTEMPORARY ACRYLIC AND LACQUERED METAL TULIP TABLE LAMP BY ROUGIER OF CANADA, LATE 20TH CENTURY

258 PAIR OF CONTEMPORARY ACRYLIC AND GILT METAL TABLE LAMPS BY ROUGIER OF CANADA, 1985 height 20” — 50.8 cm.

height 29” — 73.7 cm. $200—300 $100—200

$2,000—3,000 $300—500

259 BRASS STUDENT LAMP, MID 20TH CENTURY with two lights, height 25” — 63.5 cm. $50—100

260 PAIR OF FRENCH GILT BRONZE CANDELABRA, LATE 19TH CENTURY each tripartite base with paw feet to column form riser supporting four scrolling branches to candle cups, now electrified, height 21” — 53.3 cm. $200—300

261 PAIR OF FLORENTINE CARVED GILT WOOD AND IRON FIGURAL THREE LIGHT WALL SCONCES, MID 20TH CENTURY each amorini holding three foliated branches to blossom form electric candle cups, height 21” — 53.3 cm. $200—300

262 CONTINENTAL BRASS INLAID BURL WALNUT CRADLE TELEPHONE, MID 20TH CENTURY with rotary dial, height 10.25” — 26 cm. $75—150


263 ENGLISH LACQUERED BRASS HARBOUR MASTER’S TELESCOPE, R. & J. BECK LTD., LONDON, C.1974

264 PAIR OF FRENCH CARVED OAK ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENTS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

265 SMALL FRENCH ORMOLU GRAPVINE FORM THREE LIGHT CEILING FIXTURE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

266 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LACQUERED BRASS SIX LIGHT CHANDELIER, MID 20TH CENTURY

the leather clad signed tube with 3 inch bloomed achromatic objective lens, on decorative brass mounted mahogany tripod stand, horizontal, height 65” — 165.1 cm.

each deep relief carved with scrolling volutes, grapevines, flowers and foliage, length 76” — 193 cm.

height 22.5” — 57.2 cm., diameter 12” — 30.5 cm.

32” x 24” — 81.3 x 61 cm. $300—500

$150—250 $200—300

$300—500

267 ITALIAN CARVED MAHOGANY FIGURAL SMOKING STAND, 20TH CENTURY

268 LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MOUNTED KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

269 LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MOUNTED KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

the oval marble top over single drawer and lower shelf, inlaid over all with lattice and florette parquetry, 29.75” x 20.5” x 15.5” — 75.6 x 52.1 x 39.4 cm.

the kidney shaped top over single drawer and lower shelf, inlaid overall with lattice parquetry, 29” x 24.5” x 16” — 73.7 x 62.2 x 40.6 cm.

height 27” — 68.6 cm. $100—200

the galleried round top with anthemion decoration and raised on five caryatid supports, diameter 37.5” — 95.3 cm. $200—300

$200—300 $300—400

270 EMPIRE REVIVAL ORMOLU MOUNTED MIXED WOOD MARQUETRY INLAID LOW TABLE, MID 20TH CENTURY

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Decorative Arts Online Auction | Apr. 27 - 30, 2015  

Decorative Arts Online Auction | Apr. 27 - 30, 2015