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FRONT.COVER Lot 120

Pair of Davenport Chalcedony Botanical Vases, c.1810

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Loetz ‘Aeolus’ Iridescent Glass Vase, early 20th century BACK.INSIDE.COVER Lot 165 Pair of Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Grey Marbled Ground Plates with Floral Panels, c.1810 BACK.COVER Lot 229

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German Champlevé Enamelled Automaton Bird Cage Novelty Clock, early 20th century


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English Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, Sheffield, 1979 length 2.7 in — 6.8 cm, 4 oz. — 124 grams, maker’s mark D.G.F.

Sco#ish Silver Mounted Horn Box with Cairngorm Finial, Edinburgh, 1983 height 2.5 in — 6 cm, maker’s mark TB

Victorian Silver Rectangular Table Snuff Box, Frederick Marson, Birmingham, 1871 length 3.5 in — 8.8 cm, 5 oz. — 155 grams

$100—200

$150—250

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Victorian SIlver Shaped Oval Snuff Box, George Wheeler & Co., Birmingham, 1862 length 3.3 in — 8.5 cm, 2.1 oz. — 65 grams

Four Continental Silver Snuff Boxes, 19th/20th century largest length 3.2 in — 8.2 cm, 9.6 oz. — 300 grams

Czechoslovakian Silver and Gold Rectangular Cigare#e Case, 1920s length 3.3 in — 8.3 cm, 3.5 oz. — 110 grams, maker’s mark ML

$200—300

$100—200

$100—200

$100—200


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German Silver Piano-Form Box and Shoe Vinaigre!e, Hanau, Gebrüder Glaser and Simon Rosenau, c.1900 piano height 3 in — 7.6 cm, 8.5 oz. — 265 grams, the first with British import marks for 1903

Five Late Victorian and Edwardian Silver Dressing Table Boxes, Birmingham and London, 1896-1903 largest length 7.3 in — 18.5 cm, 14.1 oz. — 440 grams

One English and Five American Silver Vesta Cases, late 19th/early 20th century largest length 2.8 in — 7 cm, 5.5 oz. — 172 grams

$150—250

$200—300

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American Silver Rectangular Box, Tiffany & Co., New York, N.Y., and a Continental Circular Box, 20th century length 3 in — 7.5 cm, 2.8 oz. — 87 grams

Continental Silver Frog Paperweight, 20th century length 2.6 in — 6.7 cm

Pair of German Silver Models of Pheasants, early 20th century largest length 7.2 in — 18.3 cm, 7.2 oz. — 225 grams

$100—200

$50—100

$150—250

$150—250


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Eighteen German Silver Crowned-Cipher Knife Rests, late 19th/early 20th century length 3 in — 7.6 cm, 30.8 oz. — 957 grams

Two French Silver Wine Tasters, Another English and Two Plated, late 19th century/20th century largest diameter 3.3 in — 8.5 cm, 3.3 oz. — 104 grams

Four George IV Silver Wine Labels, George Reid, London, 1825 ‘CLARET’, ‘SHERRY’, ‘PORT’ and ‘MADEIRA’, width 2 in — 5 cm, 1.9 oz. — 59 grams

$350—500

$150—250

$100—200

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English Silver Inkwell and Spirit Flask, A. & J. Zimmerman and Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1912/26 flask height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm, 3.5 oz. — 108 grams

Edwardian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Toilet Water Bo!le, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, 1903 height 4.7 in — 12 cm

English Silver Repoussé Tea Caddy, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1904 height 4.7 in — 12 cm, 3.6 oz. — 113 grams

$75—150

$100—200

$100—200


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English Silver Pierced Footed Comport, Charles S. Green & Co., Birmingham, 1912 height 5.1 in — 13 cm, diameter 9.7 in — 24.6 cm, 14 oz. — 434 grams

Set of Three English Silver Footed Comports, Atkin Bros., Sheffield, 1922 largest diameter 10 in — 25.5 cm, 40.7 oz. — 1267 grams

English SIlver Covered Trophy Cup, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1911 height 9.3 in — 23.5 cm, 9.2 oz. — 285 grams

$200—300

$600—800

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Edwardian Silver Water Jug, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1896 height 4.6 in — 11.6 cm, 8.1 oz. — 253 grams

English/Sco"ish Silver Tea Service, Robert Sco", Sheffield and Glasgow, 1921-25 comprising five pieces, tray length 25.6 in — 65 cm, 169.2 oz. — 5264 grams

Victorian Silver Repoussé Small Bowl, James Wakely & Frank Clarke, London, 1897 diameter 3.7 in — 9.4 cm, 3.9 oz. — 122 grams

$100—200

$2,000—2,500

$100—200

$100—200


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George III Irish Silver Cream Jug, William Bond, Dublin, 1801 height 4.5 in — 11.5 cm, 5 oz. — 154 grams

George III Irish SIlver Sugar Basin, Richard Sawyer, Dublin, 1814 length 8.9 in — 22.7 cm, 9 oz. — 281 grams

George III Silver Five-Bo!le Cruet Frame, Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London, 1771 fi!ed with five cut glass bo!les, height 9.6 in — 24.5 cm, 17.6 oz. — 546 grams

$100—200

$200—300

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Pair of George III Sco!ish Silver Pierced Oval Salt Cellars, Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1781 with glass liners, length 4.8 in — 12.3 cm, 6.1 oz. — 191 grams

George III Silver Wine Funnel, London, 1815 height 5.8 in — 14.7 cm, 3.9 oz. — 121 grams, maker’s marks W.B(?)

George III Silver Cream Jug and Sugar Basin, Richard Cook, London, 1799 cream jug height 4.6 in — 11.7 cm, 21.5 oz. — 670 grams

$150—250

$150—250

$350—500

$350—500


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Georgian Silver Wine Coaster, Edwardian Teapot and a Frame, late 18th/early 20th century height 5.6 in — 14.3 cm, 17.4 oz. — 540 grams

Four Georgian Silver Toddy Ladles, c.1800 inset coins, with volute baleen handles, largest length 13.3 in — 33.7 cm

William III Silver Trefid Spoon, William Scarle!, London, 1697 length 7.4 in — 18.9 cm, 1.1 oz. — 33 grams

$200—300

$200—300 $250—350

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William III Silver-Gilt Trefid Spoon, London, c.1700 length 7.8 in — 19.8 cm, 1.6 oz. — 51 grams

George III Irish Silver Marrow Scoop, Dublin, 1805 length 8.7 in — 22.2 cm, 1.6 oz. — 51 grams, maker’s mark J.S

Four Victorian Silver Straight Tudor Pa!ern Table Spoons, George Adams, London, 1854 length 8.9 in — 22.5 cm, 11.7 oz. — 364 grams

$150—250

$75—150

$150—250


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Pair of George III Sco!ish Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Serving Spoons, James McKay, Edinburgh, 1819 length 12 in — 30.5 cm, 8 oz. — 250 grams

Group of Irish, Sco!ish, and English Silver Fiddle Pa!ern Flatware, 19th century comprising: 2 table forks (Irish), 3 dessert spoons (Sco!ish), and 2 tea spoons (English), 9.7 oz. — 303 grams

George III Sco!ish Silver Old English Pa!ern Soup Ladle, Edinburgh, 1808, Pair of Fiddle Pa!ern Sauce Ladles, Edinburgh, 1821 and an Old English Pa!ern Sauce Ladle, London, 1800 largest length 13.4 in — 34 cm, 11.1 oz. — 346 grams

$100—200

$150—250

$150—250

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George III Silver Old English Pa!ern Soup Ladle, Richard Crossley, London, 1802 length 12.4 in — 31.5 cm, 6.8 oz. — 211 grams

George III Silver Old English Pa!ern Serving Spoon, John Lambe, London, 1784, together with a Danish Silver ‘Acorn’ Pa!ern Pâté Knife, Georg Jensen, Copenhagen 20th century spoon length 11 in — 28 cm, 2.8 oz. — 88 grams

Four Danish Silver ‘Acanthus’ Pa!ern Lobster Picks, Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, post-1945 length 7.3 in — 18.5 cm, 4.5 oz. — 140 grams

$100—200

$100—200

$100—200


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Danish Silver Pedestal Footed Comport, Holger Rasmussen, Copenhagen, mid-20th century height 3.4 in — 8.6 cm, diameter 5.4 in — 13.8 cm, 5.1 oz. — 159 grams

Danish Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Holger Rasmussen, Copenhagen, mid-20th century comprising five pieces, tray length 19.9 in — 50.5 cm, 88.4 oz. — 2748 grams

Swiss Silver Oval Sugar Box, 19th century length 6.7 in — 17 cm, 11 oz. — 341 grams

$150—250

$150—250

$1,200—1,600

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Czechoslovakian Silver Oval Sugar Box, 1920s length 5.2 in — 13.2 cm, 8.7 oz. — 272 grams, maker’s mark JG

Czechoslovakian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Bowl with Cover, 1920s height 6.1 in — 15.5 cm, diameter 9.6 in — 24.5 cm, 5 oz. — 154 grams, maker’s mark HG

French Silver Oblong Waiter, Edmond Tetard, Paris, c.1900 length 8.1 in — 20.6 cm, 10.1 oz. — 313 grams

$150—250

$100—200

$150—250


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Russian Silver Beaker, Moscow, 1855 height 2.9 in — 7.3 cm, 2.7 oz. — 85 grams, assaymaster Andrei Kovalsky

Russian Silver Parcel-Gilt Pedestal Footed Shell Dish, St. Petersburg, 1841 width 4.6 in — 11.6 cm, 3.6 oz. — 111 grams, maker’s mark (cyrillic) S(?), assaymaster Dimitri Tverskoy

Small Group of Russian Silver Flatware, 19th century comprising eleven pieces: 5 dessert forks, 2 fruit knives, table spoon, tea spoon, sugar si!er and a sauce ladle, 15.9 oz. — 494 grams

$100—200

$150—250

$200—300

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Spanish Silver Snuffers, Madrid, 1841 length 6.3 in — 16 cm, 5.1 oz. — 158 grams

Portuguese Silver Tea and Coffee Service, David Ferreira, Porto, 20th century comprising four pieces, coffee pot height 9.3 in — 23.5 cm, 111.5 oz. — 3467 grams

German Silver Beaker, Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, c.1900 height 2.8 in — 7.2 cm, 3.5 oz. — 109 grams, also marked Karl Becker

$1,200—1,600

$100—200

$200—300


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Six German Art Nouveau Silver-Gilt Glass Holders, Bruckmann & Söhne, Heilbronn, 20th century height 2.4 in — 6.2 cm, 9.1 oz. — 284 grams

German Silver Coffee Pot, early 20th century height 8.5 in — 21.5 cm, 20.3 oz. — 630 grams, struck with Russian import mark

German Silver Teapot, Christian Wolfgang Kaupert, Kassel, mid-19th century height 5.3 in — 13.5 cm, 14.1 oz. — 439 grams $200—300

$100—200 $300—400

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Pair of German Silver Table Candlesticks, Augsburg, 1816 height 10.9 in — 27.8 cm, maker’s marks IBH in rectangle

Pair of German Silver Two-Handled Vases, probably Hanau, early 20th century height 6.6 in — 16.8 cm, 13.8 oz. — 428 grams, British import marks for Edinburgh, 1936, sponsor’s marks SBL

German Silver Circular Waiter, Jakob Grimminger, Schwäbisch Gmünd, 20th century diameter 13.2 in — 33.6 cm, 25.3 oz. — 786 grams

$500—700

$200—300

$300—400


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Group of Mostly German Silver, late 19th/early 20th century comprising: 7 schnapps glasses, 3 napkin rings, small beaker, egg cup and 10 pieces of flatware, beaker height 2.8 in — 7 cm, 21.1 oz. — 655 grams

German Silver Fiddle and Thread Pa!ern Flatware, A. Künne, Altena, late 19th century comprising thirty-five pieces: 11 table knives, 12 table spoons and 12 table forks, 43.7 oz. — 1359 grams

Group of Mainly German and other Continental Silver Flatware, 19th century comprising twenty-six pieces, ladle length 14.2 in — 36 cm, 38.4 oz. — 1195 grams

$250—350

$500—700

$400—600

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Group of English and North American Silver, 20th century comprising: sugar caster, candy dish, tea strainer, 2 napkin rings, set of 6 tea knives, set of 12 tea spoons with a pair of sugar nips, set of 2 open condiment jars, 2 salt and pepper shakers and a mustard pot, 8 pieces of flatware, caster height 6.6 in — 16.7 cm, 16.8 oz. — 522 grams

Group of English, North American and Asian Silver, late 19th/20th century comprising: vase, pair of candlesticks, 2 sugar casters, 3 mayonnaise bowls, pair of sauce boats, 6 ramekin frames, bread dish, jewellery box, cigare!e box, le!er opener, perfume bo!le, toast rack, 2 mustard pots, 6 salt and pepper shakers, candy dish, 7 nut dishes, 2 ashtrays, 9 napkin rings, 53 pieces of flatware, vase height 8.1 in — 20.5 cm, 101.3 oz. — 3150 grams

Japanese Silver Ice Bucket, probably Takano, Nagoya, 20th century height 5.9 in — 15 cm, 17.4 oz. — 542 grams

$200—300

$1,200—1,600

$250—350


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Burmese Silver Bowl, c.1898 height 4.1 in — 10.4 cm, diameter 7 in — 17.8 cm, 12.1 oz. — 376 grams, struck with Sco!ish import marks for Glasgow, 1898, sponsors: George Edward & Sons

Canadian Silver Tea Service, Roden Brothers, Toronto, Ont., early 20th century comprising three pieces, teapot height 5.2 in — 13.3 cm, 31 oz. — 963 grams

Canadian Silver Coffee Pot, Roden Bros., Toronto, Ont., 20th century height 9.8 in — 25 cm, 27.5 oz. — 855 grams

$200—300

$400—600

$350—500

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Canadian Silver Seven-Bar Toast Rack, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Que,. c.1904 -24 length 5.2 in — 13.2 cm, 6.8 oz. — 210 grams

Canadian Silver Two-Handled Serving Tray, Henry Birks & Sons, Montreal, Que., 1955 length 25 in — 63.5 cm, 78.3 oz. — 2436 grams

Group of Mainly Canadian Silver ‘Louis XV’ Pa"ern Flatware, Henry Birks & Sons, Gorham Mfg. Co. and Roden Brothers, 20th century comprising one hundred and eighteen pieces: 6 dinner knives, 17 dinner forks, 16 soup spoons, 13 cake/salad forks, 7 dessert spoons, 12 dessert forks, 8 tea knives, 20 tea spoons, 8 demi-tasse spoons, 3 table spoons, cold meat fork, pie slice, sugar si!er, sugar spoon, slo"ed serving spoon, 3 piece carving set, 132.4 oz. — 4119 grams

$100—200

$1,000—1,500

$1,500—2,000


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American Silver Porringer, Tiffany & Co., New York, N.Y., 20th century width 6.2 in — 15.7 cm, 8.1 oz. — 253 grams

American Silver ‘Puritan’ Pa"ern Flatware Service, Meriden Britannia Co., Meriden, Conn., 20th century comprising ninety-one pieces: 8 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 luncheon knives, 8 luncheon forks, 8 salad forks, 8 dessert spoons, 8 large tea spoons, 8 small tea spoons, 9 demi-tasse spoons, 3 table spoons, 8 bu!er spreaders, 2 olive forks, 2 serving spoons, serving fork, bu!er knife and sauce ladle, all contained in a fi!ed canteen, 88.7 oz. — 2759 grams

American Silver ‘Golden Aegean Weave’ Pa"ern Flatware Service, Wallace Silversmiths, Wallingford, Cr., 20th century comprising one hundred and eighteen pieces: 12 dinner forks, 12 dinner knives, 20 salad forks, 8 seafood forks, 8 dessert spoons, 12 tea spoons, 8 tea knives, 8 demi-tasse spoons, 4 table spoons, 2 serving forks, 2 pickle forks, 2 olive forks, 2 bu!er knives, 2 sauce ladles, 3 sugar or preserve spoons, 2 small slo!ed spoons, slo!ed serving spoon, bread knife, pie slice and 8 napkin clips, all contained in a fi!ed canteen, 120.5 oz. — 3749 grams

$100—200

$1,000—1,500

$1,500—2,000

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Group of Twenty-Six Mainly North American Silver Spoons, 20th century largest length 7 in — 17.9 cm, 17.4 oz. — 540 grams

Mexican Silver Modernist Nut Dish, P. Lopez G., mid-20th century length 8.8 in — 22.4 cm, 6.9 oz. — 214 grams

$200—300

$100—200

Mexican Silver Tea Service, Importaciones Mexicanos S.A., mid-20th century comprising four pieces, largest height 11.4 in — 29 cm, 82.5 oz. — 2565 grams, stamped marks IMSA Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $1,000—1,500


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Pair of Gucci Silver Plated Stirrup Cups, 20th century largest height 6.1 in — 15.5 cm, moulded marks GUCCI / ITALY

Silver Plated Oval Centrepiece, probably American, 20th century length 22 in — 56 cm

English Silver Plated and Cut Glass Two-Bo!le Tantalus, Hukin & Heath, early 20th century height 11.4 in — 29 cm, stamped marks including 653

$100—200

$250—350

$150—250

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Pair of Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coasters, Ma!hew Boulton, c.1820 with turned wood bases, diameter 6.7 in — 17 cm, stamped marks

Old Sheffield Plate Campana Shaped Wine Cooler, Ma!hew Boulton, c.1820 height 9.4 in — 24 cm, stamped marks

Victorian Silver Plated Dessert Flatware Service, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, late 19th century comprising twenty-nine pieces, contained in a fi!ed oak canteen, stamped marks

$100—200

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $200—300

$100—200


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Lalique Moulded and Partly Frosted Model of a Seal, post-1978 height 5.4 in — 13.7 cm, engraved marks Lalique ® France

‘Malaga’, Lalique Moulded Glass Vase, post -1945 tiny chip, height 5.6 in — 14.2 cm, acid-stamped LALIQUE FRANCE

‘Royat’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted Glass Vase, post-1945 height 6.1 in — 15.6 cm, acid-stamped LALIQUE CRISTAL FRANCE

$150—250

$150—250

$200—300

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‘Compiegne’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted Glass Bowl, post-1945 length 7.7 in — 19.5 cm, engraved Lalique France

‘Reims’, Lalique Glass Water Jug and Six Tumblers, post-1945 jug height 8.3 in — 21 cm, engraved marks Lalique / France

‘Argos’, Three Lalique Glass Wine Glasses, Three Champagnes and Two Liqueurs, post -1945 largest height 5 in — 12.8 cm, acid-stamped marks

$100—200

$200—300

$100—200


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Pair of French Moulded and Gilt Tortoiseshell Glass Oval Centrepiece Bowls, c.1900 minor chip, length 13 in — 33 cm

Pair of Bohemian Overlaid, Cut and Enameled Floral Glass Lustres, 20th century height 8.7 in — 22 cm

Pair of Bohemian Patinated Metal Mounted Iridescent Green Glass Vases, c.1900 height 9.6 in — 24.5 cm

$100—200

$100—200

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Loetz ‘Aeolus’ Iridescent Glass Vase, early 20th century height 4.7 in — 12 cm, engraved numerals 12197

Murano Large Black Amethyst Glass Bowl, probably Alessandro Barbaro, late 20th century height 9.1 in — 23 cm, diameter 15.6 in — 39.7 cm

English Knopped Opaque Twist Stemmed Wine Glass, c.1760 height 6.5 in — 16.6 cm

$150—250

$150—250

$150—250

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $150—250


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English Knopped Opaque Twist Stemmed Wine Glass, c.1760 height 5.7 in — 14.4 cm

English Knopped Airtwist Stemmed Wine Glass, mid-18th century height 6.8 in — 17.3 cm

English Airtwist Stemmed Wine Glass, mid -18th century height 6.3 in — 16 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

$100—200

$100—200

$150—250

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English Faceted Stemmed Flute Wine Glass, late 18th century height 7.4 in — 18.7 cm

English Dwarf Ale Glass, early 19th century height 5.1 in — 12.9 cm

English Plain Stemmed Wine Glass, mid-18th century height 5 in — 12.8 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $50—100

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $50—100

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $50—100


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Six English Moulded and Cut Glass Rummers, early 19th century minor base chips, approx. height 5.5 in — 14 cm

Eight Continental Silesian Stemmed Wine Glasses, mid-18th century base chip, largest height 7 in — 17.8 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Group of Thirty Various English and Continental Drinking Glasses, mainly 19th century largest height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm

$150—250

$250—350

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Group of Twenty-Six Various Mainly English Glass Drinking Glasses, 19th century repair, largest height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm

Pair of Anglo-Irish Cut Glass Salt Cellars and Decanter together with a Continental Cut Glass Bowl, 18th/19th century small chips, decanter height 10.8 in — 27.5 cm

Two English Cut Glass Finger Bowls, Two Wine Glass Rinsers and Six Opaque White Glass Finger Bowls, possibly French, 19th century approx. diameter 4.7 in — 12 cm

$150—250

Provenance: Jonny’s Antiques, Shakespeare (bowl) $150—250

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200


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Pair of English Po!ery Tiles, 1873 small chips, 8.9 x 8.9 in — 22.5 x 22.5 cm, each signed C. Phillo! invt et delt, 1873.

Pair of English Yellow Banded and Printed Copper Lustre Jugs, c.1830 minor chip, height 7 in — 17.7 cm

$50—100

Provenance: Label with Jonny’s Antiques, Shakespeare

English Pink ‘Moonlight’ Lustre Large Vase and Cover, Three Plates and Four Goblets, 19th century some condition noted, height 19.2 in — 48.8 cm, soup plate impressed WEDGWOOD

$100—200

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $250—350

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Wedgwood Black Basalt Vase, 19th century minor chip, height 8.5 in — 21.5 cm, impressed WEDGWOOD

Wedgwood Black Basalt Large Basin, 19th century height 3.5 in — 9 cm, diameter 15.9 in — 40.5 cm, impressed WEDGWOOD 1

Wedgwood Black Basalt Engine-Turned Bowl, 19th century height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm, diameter 10.2 in — 26 cm, impressed WEDGWOOD 10

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

$100—200

$100—200

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200


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Wedgwood Black Basalt Engine-Turned Bowl, 19th century height 4.1 in — 10.5 cm, diameter 10.2 in — 26 cm, impressed WEDGWOOD 10

English Black Basalt Large Teapot, 19th century handle repaired, height 9.1 in — 23 cm

English Black Basalt Ke!le and Teapot, 19th century cover repaired, height 9.5 in — 24 cm; 7 in — 18 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200

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Six Davenport Chalcedony Botanical Plates, c.1810 minor glaze chips, diameter 7.6 in — 19.2 cm, painted titles in red script, impressed Davenport and anchor marks

Pair of Davenport Chalcedony Botanical Vases, c.1810 height 9.7 in — 24.6 cm

English Bat Printed Chalcedony Jug and Large Mug, c.1810 the jug with painted monogram IP and dated 1809, mug restored, height 6.4 in — 16.3 cm; 6 in — 15.3 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $200—300

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $250—230

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200


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Davenport Chalcedony Pierced Basket and Botanical Plate, c.1810 length 10 in — 25.4 cm; 7.4 in — 18.9 cm, the plate titled NOBEL - LIVERWORT, impressed Davenport and anchor marks

Davenport Red-Printed ‘Bisham Abbey’ Pa!ern Chalcedony Plate and Oval Dish, c.1810 diameter 9 in — 22.8 cm, impressed Davenport and anchor marks

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Spode Style Iron Red-Printed Greek Pa!ern Part Service, early 19th century comprising fi!een pieces: 9 plates, 2 pla"ers, 2 ladles, oval dish, covered soup tureen, some condition noted, larger pla!er length 20.3 in — 51.5 cm, impressed H marks

$75—150

$75—150

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Group of Spode and Wedgwood mostly Gilt Bordered Drabware, early 19th century comprising: basket, oval bat-printed dish, lozenge-shaped dish, 2 plates, 24 cups and saucers, minor chips, oval dish length 10.3 in — 26.2 cm, impressed marks

Spode Creamware Charger, c.1820 diameter 16.7 in — 42.3 cm, impressed Spode / 29, painted pa!ern number 2582 in black

Two English Moulded and Black Printed Creamware Plates, late 18th century tiny glaze chips, diameter 10 in — 25.3 cm, impressed heart marks

$200—300

$75—150

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $250—350

Provenance: Labels with Shreve, Crump & Lowe, Boston Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $100—200


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Group of English Po!ery, mainly 19th century comprising: Wedgwood oval pla!er, Davenport oval comport, creamware charger, pierced oval dish, large Leeds charger, chinoiserie plate, large chalcedony basin and red-printed trio, minor restoration to basin, pla!er length 19.6 in — 49.7 cm, impressed marks

Group of Nine English Po!ery and Porcelain Plates, 19th century minor condition noted, largest diameter 8.7 in — 22 cm, impressed, printed and painted Ashworth and Copeland marks

Chelsea Miniature Fruit-Painted Basket, c.1755-56 tiny chips, length 4 in — 10 cm, painted red anchor mark

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

$100—200

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Kenneth Foord, Bognor Regis, 1989 $150—250

$200—300

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Limehouse Blue Painted Leaf-Shaped Pickle Dish, c.1747-48 repair, length 3.9 in — 10 cm

Bow White Glazed Moulded Prunus Cup and Saucer, c.1755 diameter 4.6 in — 11.8 cm

Bow ‘Famille Rose’ Octagonal Plate, c.1758 -60 small chips, diameter 9.1 in — 23 cm

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Simon Spero, London, 1994

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Label with Wynn A Sayman, Richmond, Mass. 1992 Geoffrey Freeman Collection

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Jean Sewell, London, 1989

Exhibited: ‘Dining in Eighteenth Century Europe’, Gardiner Museum, Toronto, 1998 $200—300

$100—200

$100—200


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Bow Polychrome Decorated Sauce Boat, c.1765 tiny glaze chip, length 5.9 in — 15 cm

Bow Blue and White Circular Basket, c.1765 tiny chips, diameter 6.5 in — 16.5 cm, painted numerals 12 in blue

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Lukannon Antiques, St. Andrews, N.B., 1979

Provenance: Albert Amor, London, 1989

Lowesto! Blue Painted Pickle Leaf Dish, c.1768-70 tiny glaze chips, length 3.9 in — 10 cm, painted workman’s mark in underglaze blue

$100—200

$100—200

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Simon Spero, London, 1989 $75—150

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Lowesto! Moulded and Blue Printed Oval Po"ing Pot, c.1775 length 6.6 in — 16.8 cm

Lowesto! Chinoiserie Teapot, c.1778 minor base chips, height 6.5 in — 16.5 cm

Christians Liverpool Small Polychrome Sauce Boat, c.1775 restoration, length 5 in — 12.7 cm

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Aurea Carter, London, 1989 Label with Godden Reference Collection Literature: Illustrated by Geoffrey Godden in The Illustrated Guide to Lowesto! Porcelain, plate 16 $150—250

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Waddingtons, Toronto, November 24th, 1986, lot 121 Joanna K. Hamilton Collection, Toronto The China Shop, Montreal, 1958 $200—300

$75—150


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Pennington’s Liverpool Chinoiserie Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1775-80 diameter 5 in — 12.7 cm

Plymouth Blue Painted Sauce Boat and Pickle Leaf Dish, c.1768-70 condition noted, boat length 8.3 in — 21.1 cm, conjoined 24 mark in underglaze blue (boat), collection mark GB (dish)

Plymouth or Bristol Polychrome Pickle Leaf Dish, c.1770 tiny rim chips, length 3.5 in — 8.8 cm, painted crossed swords mark in underglaze blue and X / 14 in blue

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Don McLeish, Chelsea Shop, Toronto, 1982 (sauce boat) Gilbert Bradley Collection (dish)

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Simon Spero, London, 1989

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Mercury Antiques, London, 1989 $75—150

$150—250

$150—250

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Bristol Fluted Cream Jug with Flower Garlands, c.1775 height 4 in — 10 cm, painted X17 mark in blue

Bristol Chinoiserie Saucer, c.1775 diameter 5 in — 12.8 cm, painted X / 7 marks in blue

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Gus Brain, London, 1989

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Mercury Antiques, London, 1989

Champion’s Bristol Blue and White Sauce Boat, c.1775 restoration, length 6.5 in — 16.5 cm, painted X mark in underglaze blue

$150—250

$100—200

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Don McLeish, Chelsea Shop, Toronto, 1982 Norman Bell Collection, Toronto $150—250


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Derby Blue Painted Bu!er Boat, c.1758-60 length 3 in — 7.5 cm

Caughley ‘Fisherman’ Pa!ern Wine Taster and another, Derby, c.1768-80 tiny nick, largest diameter 2.4 in — 6 cm

Caughley ‘Weir’ Pa!ern Heart-Shaped Dish, c.1780 length 10.9 in — 27.7 cm, painted workman’s mark in underglaze blue

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Simon Spero, London, 1991 $100—200

Provenance: Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, Si!ingbourne, 1975 (Caughley) Albert Amor, London, 1987 (Derby)

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto $75—150

$150—250

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Caughley Miniature ‘Island’ Pa!ern Tea Bowl and Saucer, c.1770 diameter 3 in — 7.5 cm, S mark in underglaze blue

Worcester Blue Printed Tea Bowl and Saucer, Cup with a Saucer, and a Vauxhall Tea Bowl, c.1760-80 very tiny chips, cup and saucer mismatched, largest saucer diameter 4.9 in — 12.5 cm, crescent marks in underglaze blue

Worcester ‘Bare Tree Pagoda’ Cream Boat, c.1760 minor crack, height 2.4 in — 6 cm

Provenance: Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, Si!ingbourne, 1979 $100—200

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Roderick Jellicoe, London, 1989 (Vauxhall bowl) $100—200

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Simon Spero, London, 1988 Exhibited: ‘Capital Ventures: The Founding of the Worcester Porcelain Manufactory, 1751-1783’, Gardiner Museum, Toronto, 2001 $200—300


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Worcester ‘Warbler’ Pa!ern Waste Bowl, c.1754-1760 diameter 6 in — 15.2 cm, painted workman’s mark in underglaze blue

Three Worcester ‘Pickle Leaf Vine’ Pickle Dishes, c.1758-75 length 3.5 in — 9 cm, open crescent marks in underglaze blue

Worcester ‘Pickle Leaf Daisy’ Bu!er Boat and another, ‘Mansfield’ Pa!ern, c.1760 length 3.4 in — 8.7 cm, the first with workman’s mark in underglaze blue

Provenance: Albert Amor, London, The Paul Zeisler Collection of English Blue & White Porcelain, 1986, no. 33

$200—300

$200—300

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Worcester ‘Bu!erboat Floral’ Bu!er Boat, c.1770 tiny chip, length 3.3 in — 8.5 cm, painted workmen’s mark in underglaze blue

Worcester Cos Le!uce Leaf Sauce Boat, c.1755 tiny glaze chips, length 7.3 in — 18.5 cm

Two Worcester Polychrome Cream Boats and a Bu!er Boat, c.1755-70 small chip, largest height 3.3 in — 8.3 cm

Provenance: Albert Amor, London, 1985

Provenance: Albert Amor, London, 1987 and 1989

$150—250

$200—300

$150—250

Provenance: Steppes Hill Farm Antiques, Si!ingbourne, 1975 $100—200


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Worcester ‘Blind Earl’ Pa!ern Plate, c.1770 minor glaze chips, diameter 7.6 in — 19.2 cm

Worcester Custard Cup and Cover, c.1770 height 3.5 in — 9 cm

Provenance: Grosvenor Antiques, London

Provenance: Albert Amor, London, 1989

Worcester Puce Printed Sparrow-Beak Cream Jug, c.1760-65 height 3.5 in — 9 cm

$150—250

$150—250

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Pair of Worcester ‘Royal Lily’ Plates, c.1785 diameter 8.9 in — 22.5 cm, painted crescent marks in underglaze blue

Four Barr Worcester Queen Charlo!e Pa!ern Breakfast Cups and Saucers, c.1800 diameter 6.2 in — 15.8 cm, incised B marks, painted pa!ern numbers 14 in red

Worcester Orange and Gilt Decorated Fluted Part Tea Service, c.1800 comprising twenty-four pieces: 12 cups, 10 saucers, saucer dish and a waste bowl, minor condition noted, bowl diameter 6.3 in — 16 cm

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $100—200

$150—250

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto $100—200

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto $200—300


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Flight & Barr Worcester Grey Marbled Ground and Gilt Teapot and Pair of Saucer Dishes, c.1800-05 tiny chip, height 6.3 in — 16 cm, diameter 7.9 in — 20 cm, incised B and impressed crown and BFB marks

Pair of Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Grey Marbled Ground Plates with Floral Panels, c.1810 diameter 8.2 in — 20.8 cm, one with painted crown and script mark in red

Two Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Grey Marbled Ground Armorial Plates, c.1810 minor restoration, diameter 8.2 in — 20.8 cm, impressed crowned BFB and printed circular marks in red

Provenance: Label with Sotheby's at Simpson's, Toronto, October 16th-20th, 1967, lot 275 The Chelsea Shop, Toronto, 1968 Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

$250—350

$150—250

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Five Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Grey Marbled Ground and Gilt Plates, c.1810 largest diameter 9.3 in — 23.5 cm, impressed crowned BFB and printed circular marks in red

Six Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester Chamber Candlesticks, c.1810 condition noted, height 3.2 in — 8.2 cm, one pair with painted crown and script marks in red

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

Chamberlains Worcester Grey Marbled Ground and Gilt Part Service, c.1810 comprising ten pieces: 2 cups and saucers, 2 plates, cream jug, covered sugar basin, waste bowl, teapot stand, minor repair, larger plate diameter 8.6 in — 21.8 cm, painted Chamberlains / Worcester marks in red script and pa!ern numbers 583

$150—250

$400—600

$350—500

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $250—350


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English Porcelain Grey Marbled Ground Cachepot and Stand, probably Chamberlains Worcester, early 19th century restored, height 6.7 in — 17 cm, incised mark No.15

Group of Royal Worcester Floral and Gilt Decorated Articles, c.1887-93 comprising; 4 jugs, teapot, covered jar and 2 small vases, some condition noted, largest height 7.9 in — 20 cm, painted and printed marks in puce

Group of English Po!ery and Porcelain Articles, second half of the 18th century comprising: Bow and Herculaneum cream jugs, Longton Hall pickle dish, New Hall saucer and 2 Del! tiles, a few chips, tile width 5 in — 12.6 cm, printed and painted marks

$150—250

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Gus Brain, London, 1989 (pickle dish) Gary Atkins, London, 1989 (tiles)

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $150—250

$150—250

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Group of English and Continental Porcelain, 18th/19th century comprising: 2 teapots, 2 egg cups, miniature plate, tea bowl, two dishes, cream jug, largest teapot height 5 in — 13 cm

Six English Porcelain ‘Yellow Shell’ Pa!ern Cups and Saucers, c.1810 minor condition noted, saucer diameter 5.4 in — 13.8 cm

Pair of Coalport Green Dragon Shell Dishes, c.1810 minor restoration, width 8.7 in — 22 cm, painted pa!ern numbers 55 in gilt

$100—200

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

$75—150

$100—200


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Coalport Egyptian Revival Plate, c.1810-15 diameter 9.6 in — 24.3 cm

Four Coalport Plates Decorated with Classical Figures, c.1805-10 one repaired, largest diameter 9.4 in — 23.8 cm

Three Coalport Plates, early 19th century tiny chip, largest diameter 9.4 in — 23.8 cm

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $150—250

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $200—300

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto $150—250

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Ten English Porcelain Cups and Saucers, late 18th-early 20th century minor chips and a repair, printed and painted marks

Pair of Derby Floral Painted Tea Bowls and Saucers, c.1780 saucer diameter 5.2 in — 13.3 cm, incised N and painted crown and D marks in blue

$100—200

Provenance: T.C.S. Brooke, Wroxham, 1969

Derby Oval Covered Soup Tureen, early 19th century restored, length 14 in — 35.6 cm, painted crown, crossed batons, dots and D mark and pa!ern number 83(?) in red

$100—200

$100—200


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Group of Derby Orange and Gilt-Banded Teawares, 19th century comprising: 2 saucer dishes, 10 cups and 8 saucers, tiny chips, dish diameter 7.9 in — 20 cm, painted crowned crossed batons, dots and D marks in puce

Derby Crown Porcelain Co. Yellow, Claret and Gilt Decorated Two-Handled Vase, 1884 height 6.7 in — 17 cm, incised and printed marks in red

Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (9571) Pa!ern Service, c.1924-26 comprising ninety-nine pieces: 20 dessert plates, 12 side plates, 14 coffee cans and saucers, 18 tea cups and 21 saucers, repaired cup, dessert plate diameter 7 in — 17.8 cm, impressed, painted, and printed marks in red

$150—250

$100—200

185 Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (2451) Pa!ern Service, 20th century comprising one hundred and five pieces: 11 dinner plates, 11 side plates, 6 salad plates, 8 dessert plates, 2 cake plates, 26 cups and 33 saucers, coffee pot, 2 teapots, 2 cream jugs, 2 covered sugar basins and a pepper shaker, minor repair, dinner plate diameter 10.7 in — 27.2 cm, impressed, painted and printed marks in red and puce $700—1,000

$500—700

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Group of Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (2451) Pa!ern Tablewares, 20th century comprising thirty-four pieces: 7 side plates, 5 tea cups and saucers; 8 coffee cans and 9 saucers, small chip, side plate diameter 7.2 in — 18.2 cm, impressed painted and printed marks in red

Group of Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (2451) Pa!ern Tablewares, 20th century comprising thirty-five pieces: cake plate, luncheon plate, 4 side plates, preserve jar, 2 pepper shakers, pâté dish with stand, cream jug, 11 cups and 12 saucers, cake plate width 10.7 in — 27.3 cm, impressed, painted, and printed marks in red

$250—350

$250—350


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Group of Royal Crown Derby Tablewares, 20th century comprising twenty-nine pieces: 6 plates, 5 tea cups and saucers (2649); 4 coffee cans and saucers (9818); cup, 2 saucers and a plate (6151); a triangular serving dish, impressed, painted and printed marks in red

Group of Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (2451) Pa!ern Tablewares, 20th century comprising eight pieces: oval dish, covered cream jug with stand, pâté dish, 2 cups and saucers, repair, dish length 10 in — 25.5 cm, impressed, painted and printed marks in red

Eight ‘Sèvres’ Blue Ground Cabinet Plates, c.1900 largest diameter 9.3 in — 23.6 cm; 8.9 in — 22.5 cm, painted interlaced Ls enclosing L and S marks in blue

$200—300

$100—200

$500—700

191

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‘Sèvres’ Louis XVI Portrait Plate, c.1900 diameter 9.3 in — 23.7 cm, titled in black script, painted interlaced Ls enclosing A mark in blue

Three ‘Sèvres’ Blue-Ground Cabinet Plates, c.1900 diameter 9.3 in — 23.7 cm, painted interlaced Ls enclosing A marks in blue

Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Blue-Ground Vase, late 19th century height 8.5 in — 21.6 cm

$100—200

$200—300

$250—350


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195

196

Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Blue Ground Covered Vase, late 19th century height 11 in — 27.8 cm

Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Two-Handled Urn and Cover, late 19th century cover repaired, height 15.4 in — 39 cm, painted marks K 16 C in blue

‘Sèvres’ Bleu Céleste Ground Circular Dish, late 19th century diameter 11.8 in — 30 cm, painted interlaced Ls mark in blue

$250—350

$300—400

197

198

199

Pair of Ormolu Mounted Sèvres Pierced Comports, 19th century condition noted, height 8.4 in — 21.4 cm, painted and printed marks in green

Pair of Chinese Export Style Porcelain ‘American Eagle’ Chargers, possibly Samson, 20th century printed numerals 1851 in red, diameter 12.2 in — 31 cm

‘Mennecy’ Lozenge-Shaped Dish, probably Samson, late 19th century length 12 in — 30.4 cm, painted DV. mark in puce

$200—300

$300—500

$75—150

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto $100—200


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Russian Porcelain Easter Egg, c.1900 length 4 in — 10 cm

Lomonosov Porcelain Samovar, 20th century height 10.4 in — 26.5 cm, printed and painted marks

Three Meissen Small Cups and Saucers, late 18th/19th century tiny chips, largest diameter 4.9 in — 12.4 cm, painted crossed swords marks in underglaze blue and impressed numerals

$200—300

$50—100

$100—200

203

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Meissen White Glazed Moulded Cream Jug with a Cover, c.1730-40 height 4.5 in — 11.5 cm, painted crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

Meissen Moulded and Flower Painted Circular Dish, 18th century diameter 9.2 in — 23.3 cm, crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

Meissen Coffee Pot, 19th century height 9.6 in — 24.5 cm, crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

$150—250

Provenance: Roger D. Wilson Collection, Toronto Gerald Sa!in, London, 1988 $75—150

$100—200


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208

Four Meissen Small Figures, late 19th/early 20th century condition noted, largest height 5 in — 12.8 cm, incised, impressed and painted marks including crossed swords marks in underglaze blue

Meissen Group of Pu!i, late 19th/early 20th century minor losses, height 4.7 in — 12 cm, incised C.34, impressed 107, painted 62. in gilt and crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

Meissen Figure Group, late 19th/early 20th century minor loss, height 8.5 in — 21.6 cm, incised B100, impressed 76, painted 19. in black and crossed swords mark in underglaze blue

$150—250

Provenance: Estate of Robert Hood Saunders, Mayor of Toronto, 1945-48

Provenance: Estate of Robert Hood Saunders, Mayor of Toronto, 1945-48

$150—250

$300—400

209

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Berlin White Glazed Pierced Oval Basket, late 19th century length 12.1 in — 30.8 cm, painted sceptre mark in underglaze blue

Berlin Small Rectangular Plaque of St. Cecilia, late 19th century framed, plaque 4.4 x 3.5 in — 11.3 x 9 cm, signed Maund(?) lower right, impressed K.P.M and sceptre marks, incised numerals

Pirkenhammer Blue and Gilt Banded Part Service, c.1900 comprising twelve pieces: 3 chargers, 2 low comports, pedestal footed comport, 2 square bowls, covered sauce tureen with stand, sauce boat with fixed stand, oval dish, largest charger diameter 15.2 in — 38.5 cm, impressed, printed and painted marks

$100—200

$150—250

$200—300


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Pair of Sitzendorf Figures of Shepherds and a Volkstedt Crinoline Figure, 20th century minor chips, largest height 10.5 in — 26.6 cm, printed marks in underglaze blue

Two Sitzendorf Equestrian Figures of Napoleon and a Group Planning His Coronation, 20th century minor loss, largest height 12.2 in — 31 cm, printed marks in blue

Schwarzenburger Werkstä!en Accordion Player Lamp Base Figure, Gustav Oppel, 1920s height 10 in — 25.3 cm, impressed marks

$100—200

$150—250

$150—250

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217

Pair of German Porcelain Vases, Conta & Boehme, c.1900 condition noted, height 18 in — 46 cm, printed marks in blue

Pair of ‘Vienna’ Covered Mantle Vases, c.1900 condition noted, height 12.3 in — 31.2 cm, printed and painted marks in blue and titles in black script

Amphora Lily Vase, early 20th century height 15.2 in — 38.5 cm, impressed marks

$100—200

$150—250

$100—200


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Amphora Figural Vide-Poche, c.1900 minor condition noted, height 20 in — 50.8 cm, impressed, printed and painted marks

Four Henriot Quimper Figures, 20th century minor glaze chips, largest height 15.6 in — 39.7 cm, moulded and painted marks

$200—300

$100—200

Henriot Quimper Figure of a Young Girl and Mother and Child Group, Berthe Savigny, early 20th century minor glaze chips, girl height 8.9 in — 22.7 cm, incised, moulded and painted marks B. SAVIGNY and HB QUIMPER $100—200

221

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Pair of Quimper Figural Bookends, early 20th century repair, height 6.7 in — 17 cm, painted marks in black HB Quimper

Two Henriot Quimper Miniature Figure Groups, Jim Eugène Sevellec, 20th century repair, height 3.5 in — 9 cm, painted marks in black

Six Quimper and Other French Faience Snuff Bo"les, late 19th/ early 20th century minor glaze chips, largest length 3 in — 7.7 cm, two with painted marks DiNAN or QUIMPER

$100—200

$75—150

$100—200


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225

226

Group of Quimper Faience, late 19th/ 20th century comprising thirty-four pieces: 2 vases, 6 cups and saucers, 2 mugs, 12 plates, 2 fruit bowls, 2 small bowls, a dish and a toothpick holder, largest vase height 9.3 in — 23.6 cm, mainly with painted marks

Group of French Faience, late 19th/20th century comprising: covered jug, centre-piece, piquefleur wall pocket, 2 cache-pots, 2 small wall pockets, small bowl, candlestick and an inkwell, jug height 10 in — 25.7 cm

Six French Faience Plates and a German Charger, 18th/19th century condition noted, largest diameter 14.8 in — 37.5 cm, three with painted marks

$150—250

$100—200

$150—250

227

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229

Group of Ceramics, Glass, Wood and Metalwork, 19th/20th century comprising: Worcester oval pla!er, Royal Crown Derby cream jug and covered sugar basin, Sarreguemines covered tureen, contemporary sculpture, Chinese charger, pierced stand, cut glass bowl, carafe with ice pocket, Ed Roman perfume bo!le, copper well and tree meat dish, pair of turned wood alms dishes, pla!er length 21.7 in — 55 cm

Napoleon III Silver Plated Pocket Watch Desk Stand, Leopold Oudry et Cie, with Silver Pocket Watch, late 19th century interior watch case back signed Delorme á Rozier en Douzy, the Swiss movement signed Cre!iez, height 3.9 in — 9.8 cm

German Champlevé Enamelled Automaton Bird Cage Novelty Clock, early 20th century height 9 in — 22.9 cm

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto $100—200

$100—200

$300—400


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Limoges Enamel Dresser Box, mid 18th century with exterior grisaille cherubic decoration, the inner lid with portrait of a young gentlewoman with pug dog, 1.75 x 3.5 x 2.5 in — 4.4 x 8.9 x 6.4 cm

Pair of French Abalone Mounted and Guilloché Enamelled and Gilt Decorated Opera Glasses, c.1890 cased, 2.75 x 4.5 in — 7 x 11.4 cm

Pair of Small Ormolu Mounted Japanese Satsuma Vase Candelabra, c.1900 height 12 in — 30.5 cm

$100—150

$200—300

$100—150

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French Ormolu Mounted and Ivory Parquetry Inlaid Jewellery Casket, mid 19th century opening to a satin lined interior, with label to underside: ‘Médaille 1st Classe, Exposition Universelle 1855, Maison Delafolie, Suegnot Succr.’

Victorian Anglo-Indian Ivory Strung Macassar Ebony Octagonal Caddy, mid 19th century with inlaid silver monogram shield to top, 6.25 x 11.75 x 8.3 in — 15.9 x 29.8 x 21.1 cm

Anglo-Indian Bone Mounted Tortoiseshell and Ebony Caddy, 19th century 2.75 x 6.12 x 3.6 in — 7 x 15.5 x 9.1 cm

$150—300

Provenance: Waldhorn Antiques, New Orleans, Louisiana $200—300

$150—300


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Pair of George III Pewter Chestnut Urns, c.1800 height 12.2 in — 31 cm

French Champleve Enamelled Holy Water Font, early 20th century height 8.75 in — 22.2 cm

Victorian Nautilus Shell Watch Stand, c.1870 height 7 in — 17.8 cm

Provenance: Robert W. Macaulay Collection, Toronto

$100—150

$50—75

$100—150

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241

Two Pairs of Victorian Lacquered Pressed Brass Curtain Finials, mid 19th century taller height 8.5 in — 21.6 cm

George Harrison Park (19th Century) INVERGARRY CASTLE; URQUHART CASTLE Pair of oils on panel; each signed with monogram initials and dated 1884 lower le!, each titled lower right, each inscribed to the artist, titled and dated 1884 in pencil to the verso. Each contained in ornate gilt oval mats set within shadow box frames, Oval mats 8 x 6 in — 20.3 x 15.2 cm

Jens H. Quistgaard (1919-2008) For Dansk International Design "Congo" Ice Bucket, mid 20th century model no. 810, of staved teak construction, height 15.4 in — 39 cm

$100—150

Provenance: Haynes Art Gallery, Toronto; Private Collection, Toronto and Greece $300—400

$50—100


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RESTING GAZELLE gilt and patinated bronze, inscribed LOET © and numbered 101/750, height in — 14.7 cm

Carl Binder (Swiss, 1881-1951) BACCHANALIAN DANCER patinated bronze, signed in the mould, condition noted, height 18.5 in — 47 cm

Bronze Portrait Mask of a Woman, 20th century height 11.75 in — 29.8 cm

$200—300

$300—500

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246

247

Pair of Austrian Gilt and Cold Painted Metal Minstrel Form Figural Bookends, early 20th century height 4.75 in — 12.1 cm

A!er Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909) BRONCO BUSTER patinated bronze on titled marble base, height 23.6 in — 60 cm

A!er Frederic Sackrider Remington (American, 1861-1909) THE COWBOY patinated bronze on titled marble base, height 22 in — 55.9 cm

$300—500

$300—500

$80—120

$100—150


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249

250

Reproduction Painted Cast Iron Horse Drawn Fire Engine Toy, 20th century height 9.25 in — 23.5 cm

Le Coultre ‘Atmos’ Clock, 1953 caliber 519, serial number 43962, signed on the movement, the chapter ring with gilt Arabic numerals at the quarters and indices in between, height 9.25 in — 23.5 cm

French Ormolu Mounted Rouge Grio!e Marble Figural Clock Garniture, c.1890 with patinated white metal figure ‘La Vendage’ a!er Kossowski, height 22.25 in — 56.5 cm

$50—100

$400—600

$200—300

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253

Pair of Victorian Patinated White Metal Figures of Cavaliers, 19th century height 24 in — 61 cm

Set of Four Italian Gilt Glass Intaglio Floral Panels, mid 20th century each with apocryphal Chinese character seal, 37.4 x 14.8 in — 95 x 37.5 cm

American Slag Glass Table Lamp, early 20th century on a gilt white metal leaf pa"ern base, height 21 in — 53.3 cm

$80—120

$100—150

$150—250


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256

American Slag Glass Table Lamp, early 20th century on bronzed water lily leaf pa!ern white metal base, height 21.5 in — 54.6 cm

Pair of Ormolu Mounted Cut Glass Urn Form Table Lamps, miid 20th century height 24 in — 61 cm

Pair of Austrian Ormolu Mounted Cut Glass Column Form Table Lamps, early 20th century overall height 34.5 in — 61 cm

$100—150

$300—400

$400—600

257

258

259

Pair of French Neoclassical Patinated Bronze Urn Form Table Lamps, 19th/early 20th century

Pair of Paris Porcelain Urn Table Lamps, 19th century height 26 in — 38.1 cm

French Gilt Bronze Lily Bouquet Form Chandelier, mid 20th century

$500—700

$150—300

$200—300


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261

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French Gilt Bronze Lily Bouquet Form Chandelier, mid 20th century

Pair French Sevres Style Porcelain Mounted Ormolu Five-Light Candelabra, mid 20th century with cut glass drops, height 32 in — 81.3 cm

French Sevres Porcelain Mounted Ormolu Six-Light Chandelier, 19th century with cut glass drops, height 45 in — 114.3 cm, diameter 28 in — 71.1 cm

$200—300

$700—900

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French Sevres Style Porcelain Mounted Ormolu Eight-Light Chandelier, early 20th century with cut glass drops, height 50.5 in — 128.3 cm, diameter 30 in — 76.2 cm

French Cut Glass Mounted Gilt Brass Eight Light Chandelier, mid 20th century

Belgian Tapestry: ‘The Unicorn In Captivity’, 20th century a!er the panel from the 16th century series ‘The Hunt of the Unicorn’, in giltwood frame, 53.25 x 42.25 in — 135.3 x 107.3 cm

$200—300

$800—1,200

$300—500

$200—300


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267

268

Louis XVI Style Parcel Gilt and Painted Trumeau Mirror, c.1900 the upper portion inset with a ‘fete galante’ oil on oval panel, 78 x 39.75 in — 198.1 x 101 cm

Victorian Mahogany Two Tier Server, 19th century having turned supports on casters, 37.5 x 40.75 x 16.5 in — 95.3 x 103.5 x 41.9 cm

Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Lamp Table, early 20th century having winged gryphon form legs, 32.75 x 26 x 26 in — 83.2 x 66 x 66 cm

$500—700

Provenance: Estate of Carol Solway, Toronto

$300—400

$200—300

269

270

Louis XVI Style Ormolu Mounted Parquetry Inlaid Kingwood and Mahogany Vitrine Cabinet, mid 20th century with marble top, 73.25 x 43 in — 186.1 x 109.2 cm

Venetian Cut Glass Mirror Framed Mirror, 20th century 41 x 24 in — 104.1 x 61 cm

$800—1,200

$150—300


Conditions of Sale 1. All lots are sold “AS IS”. Any description issued by the auctioneer of an article to be sold is subject to variation to be posted or announced verbally in the auction room prior to the time of sale. While the auctioneer has endeavoured not to mislead in the description issued, and the utmost care is taken to ensure the correct cataloguing of each item, such descriptions are purely statements of opinion and are not intended to constitute a representation to the prospective purchasers and no warranty of the correctness of such description is made. An opportunity for inspection of each article is offered prior to the time of sale. No sale will be set aside on account of lack of correspondence of the article with its description or its reproduction, if any, whether colour or black & white. Some lots are of an age and/ or nature which preclude their being in pristine condition and some catalogue descriptions make reference to damage and/or restoration. The lack of such a reference does not imply that a lot is free from defects nor does any reference to certain defects imply the absence of others. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition. It is the responsibility of prospective purchasers to inspect or have inspected each lot upon which they wish to bid, relying upon their own advisers, and to bid accordingly. 2. Each lot sold is subject to a 20% buyers premium as part of the purchase price. 3. Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax on the total purchase price including the buyer’s premium. For international buyers, taxes are not applicable when purchases are shipped out of country. Items shipped out of Ontario, the buyer is required to pay taxes as per the tax status of that province, whether it HST or GST (Goods and Services Tax). 4. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from sale at any time, to divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice. 5. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized. 6. Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement between the auctioneer and the consignor. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid, on behalf of the consignor as agreed between them. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in a"endance at the sale. 7. The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases shall be final. 8. Immediately a#er the purchase of a lot, the buyer shall pay or undertake to the satisfaction of the auctioneer with respect to payment of the whole or any part of the purchase price requested by the auctioneer, failing which the auctioneer in his sole discretion may cancel the sale, with or without re-offering the item for sale.

9. The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, a#er which a late charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall not become the owner of the lot until paid for in full. Items must be removed within 10 days from the date of sale, a#er which storage charges may be incurred. 10. Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at his premises or at a public warehouse at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and taken away. 11. Notwithstanding condition no. 1, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14 days following the sale a wri"en opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a wri"en request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 12. Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank dra#, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 13. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the aforementioned time limit, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: (a) any deficiency in price between the re-sale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; (b) any reasonable charge by the auctioneer for the storage of such articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and (c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer. 14. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 15. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any a"ribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation, the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural Property Export Act (Canada). 16. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.


Selling at Waddington’s WADDINGTON’S.COMMISSION.RATES Items selling for $7,501 or more 10% Items selling for $2,501 to $7,500 15% Items selling for $251 to $2,500 20% Items selling for $250 or less 25% *There is a minimum handling charge of $20 per item

CANADIAN.ART.DEPARTMENT.COMMISSION.RATES Items selling for $7,500 or more 10% Items selling for $2,501 to $7,499 15% Items selling for $2,500 or less 20% *There is a minimum handling charge of $20 per item Paintings, drawings, prints, furniture, jewellery and all forms of decorative arts and collectibles may be brought to our Toronto office where we can provide you with preliminary auction estimates and consignment procedures. Please visit our website at www.waddingtons.ca for details on our various departments and how to contact the specialists. We also accept mailed and emailed requests for advice on the marketability of objects. A photograph and phone number must accompany a full description of each item.

Our specialists regularly travel to major Canadian cities to meet with prospective consignors. For further information, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our Toronto office. Property normally arrives at Waddington’s at least three months before the sale in order to allow our specialists time to research, catalogue, photograph and promote the items. Consignors will receive a contract to sign, se"ing forth terms and fees for our services.

INSURANCE

A 1% insurance charge, based on the hammer price of the property, will be applied to all accounts.

CITES

Restrictions exist regarding the import and export of species protected under CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species). This includes but is not limited to items made of or containing bone (whalebone etc.), ivory, tortoise shell, seal skin, rhinoceros horn and any other animal part and is strictly controlled or forbidden by most countries. Please review your country’s laws before bidding on pieces made of or containing these restricted items. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to inquire about and obtain the proper permits for artwork purchased that may contain restricted materials, if such permit can be obtained. Please contact the department for further assistance. All Narwhal Tusks must have a Marine Harvest Number or a Marine and Mammal Transport number to be sold at Waddington’s. For more information please visit: www.cites.org


Buying at Waddington's

All lots will be offered and sold subject to the Conditions of Sale which appear in this catalogue as well as any Glossary and posted or oral announcement. By bidding at auction, bidders are bound by those Conditions and Glossary, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of sale between the successful bidder (buyer), Waddington’s™ and the consignor (seller) of the lot. Descriptions or photographs of lots are not warranties and each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the Conditions of Sale.

CONDITION.OF.LOTS

All of the items are to be considered, unless otherwise noted in the description, in good condition. The definition of “good” when used in reference to condition, describes an object as having had no major damage or repair but as with the nature of the material, may show minor surface wear, discolouration etc., which indicates the acceptable wear that the piece may acquire with age. If you are particular about minor flaws, you should examine the pieces in person or have our staff answer any questions before bidding. Sizes are approximate. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to inquire as to the condition of a lot before bidding. Condition reports are available upon request by phone, fax, email or in person. You are advised to make any requests well in advance of the sale. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition.

BUYERS.PREMIUM

A premium of 20% of the successful bid price of each lot. A charge of 13% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is applicable on the hammer price and buyer’s premium, except for purchases exported from Canada. In the case where purchases are shipped out of the province of Ontario, the HST or GST is charged based on the tax status of that province.

PAYMENT

Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank dra#, electronic transfer (fee applies), VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). ALL.PRICES.IN.CANADIAN.FUNDS

BIDDING

The Auctioneer may also execute bids on behalf of the consignor to protect the reserve. The reserve is the confidential minimum price the seller is willing to accept for his or her property, below which it will not be sold.

SHIPPING

The Auctioneers will not undertake packing or shipping. The purchaser must designate and arrange for the services of an independent shipper and be responsible for all shipping, insurance expenses and any necessary export permits that may apply. The Auctioneers will, upon request, provide names of professional packers and shippers but will not be held responsible for the service or have any liability for providing this information. Reliable pre-auction estimates of shipping costs of lots offered in this sale may be obtained from: PakShip %&'()*&(+,*)-/-%&'()*&(+,*'-/-).+(/%0(,//'

taurus@pakship.ca www.pakship.ca Envoy 416.299.3367, 416.299.9750 ph@envoy.ca www.envoypackandship.com Fero Transport 514.453.1462, 514.543.7585 www.ferotransport.ca

REMOVAL.OF.PURCHASES

Purchases must be paid for within 48 hours of the date of the sale, and removed from premises within 10 days of the date of sale (see Conditions of Sale, conditions 8 to 15). Clients are advised that packing and/or handling of purchased lots by our employees or agents is undertaken solely as a courtesy for the convenience of clients.


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Decorative Arts Online Auction | May 5 - 10, 2018  

Decorative Arts Online Auction | May 5 - 10, 2018