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February 10-17th 2022

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Period Furniture, Asian and Canadian Antiques/Furniture, Paintings, Sterling, Persian Rugs, Porcelains, Antiquarian Books, Decoys, Crocks, Lighting, Clocks, Metal Wares, Modern Design, Textiles.



February 2022 Auction Catalog-UPDATED FEB 9TH

1          STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET 84 PIECES. Set marked Sterling. Complete with 12 place settings of 7 pieces. All pieces monogrammed. Total weight 89.29 ounces, not including sterling handled knives. All in good condition. Fitted in mahogany chest.

2          INTERNATIONAL SILVER SALAD FORKS (6).  “Royal Danish” pattern, set of 6, Sterling marked, 10.94 ounces total weight, excellent condition.

3          INTERNATIONAL SILVER LOT (3 PIECES). Silver & olivewood salad set (2 pieces) with Sterling marked handles in “Royal Danish” pattern and Sterling marked cake breaker/rake in “Royal Danish” pattern, all in good condition.

4          LINEA BOCA STAINLESS MCM FLATWARE SET (42 PIECES) by SERGIO ASTI. Post Modern, Space Age, 1970’s stainless flatware settings of 7 pieces, in “Boca” pattern, designed by “Sergio Asti Designs” for “ICM” (Industrie Casalinghi Mori S.P.A.) each piece stamped “ICM inox 18-10 Italy”. As new condition, minor in box age tarnish, in original boxes (2). Similar examples in permanent Museum Collections worldwide.

5          CARL POUL PETERSEN (Montreal) SILVER DISH. MCM dish / dresser tray, 4” diameter, marked “PP PETERSEN C” STERLING with hammered details and floral blossom application.  Petersen, well known for his Canadian Sterling, apprenticeship with Georg Jensen and making the NHL Stanley Cup replication in 1962. Remains in very good condition, SSN etched on bottom.

6          REED & BARTON SILVER “GOOD LUCK” WHISTLE. 1970’s Whistle designed and as “Vase of 4 Leaf Clovers”, measuring 2.25” x 3”, monogramed on reverse, very good condition.

7          SILVER TABLEWARE LOT (15 pieces). Sterling hollow ware pieces, all marked STERLING and .800. Lot includes – silver and horn salad set, silver & olivewood salad set, carving set, silver embellished stag horn opener, pair of silver corn picks, meat fork, diminutive cake server, Victorian silver hair curling iron and pair of serving forks. All in good to very good condition.

8          SILVER FLATWARE LOT (17 pieces).  Lot of 17 STERLING marked miscellaneous dinner forks by English and USA manufacture, including Hamilton, T.V. Dickinson, Arnold & Co., total weight 27.47 ounce, all in very good condition, some monogrammed.

9          SILVER FLATWARE LOT (15 pieces). Lot of 15 STERLING marked serving and table spoons. Combined total weight 28.01 ounces. Very good condition, some monogrammed.

10        SILVER FLATWARE LOT (13 pieces). Lot of 13 pieces of silver serving pieces all marked STERLING or hall marked. Various English hallmarks, Birk’s, W&H Co., SHDC, all in excellent condition, some hall marked.

11        ANTIQUE SCENT BOTTLES LOT (5 pieces). Lot of 5 antique scent bottles marked sterling and hallmarked, with delft, porcelain (with BR. registry mark, cut crystal and hardstone vials, 2.5” – 3.25” tall. All in good condition.

12      ANTIQUE PERSIAN CARPET. North West Persian Tabriz carpet, room size, blue ground with large scale floral design in great colors, hand knotted wool, measuring 8’-7” x 11’ -9”, Beautiful Rug, some signs of wear, over all good condition.

13        SEMI ANTIQUE PERSIAN CARPET. North East Persian Mashad carpet room size, hand knotted wool, blue ground with single central medallion and over all florals, in brilliant colors, 8’-1” x 11’-3”, very good condition, subtle wear.

14        SEMI ANTIQUE PERSIAN CARPET. North East Persian Mashad carpet, room size, hand knotted wool, red ground with single central medallion and over all florals and brackets, in strong colors, 8’-3” x 11’-3” in very good condition, some wear.

15        CHINOISERIE BONHEUR DU JOUR. Fabulous mid 19th Century, George III style Chinoiserie Bonheur Du Jour in black lacquer, detailed with elaborate gilt vignettes of Oriental architecture with courtly figures and trailed florals. The secretaire top has a swan neck pediment, with 2 doors that reveal watch hutch, portrait frame and graduated drawers. The writing box with doors lifted displays a partitioned open interior with lidded wells. The scalloped side basewith legs that terminate with finely carved hairy paw feet. NOTE, – the secretaire and writing box sections are fitted to only rest on the base section and are not fastened in any way! Very good condition, complete with very minor faults.

16        .  Chinese porcelain figural decorated baluster vase, early Qing dynasty, Shunzhi period 1644-1661. This small vase is decorated with human figures, crane and florals in Wucai 5 color palette.  Very clean with bright over-glaze enamels. Height: 7” very good condition.

17        MING CLOISSONE BRONZE STEM CUP. Rare Ming dynasty (1368-1644), Zhou period, Cloisonné enamel on bronze, stem cup. The cup is decorated with peonies, scrolling lotus flowers, stylized Ruyi heads and leaves. 6” DIAMETER, 4.5” TALL. Good condition, minor enamel loss, small dents to base.

18        BLUE & WHITE CH’IEN-LUNG WALL VASE. 18th Century Qing Dynasty (1735-1796), Ch’ien-Lung period wall vase. Fabulous and scarce “folding fan” form vase with 5 varied size stem mouths and open work sticks. In brilliant white glaze and decorated with bonsai size pine tree in 3 colors and a pencilled poem. Height: 8”, width: 6”. Good condition over all, 2 small age lines on face, small flake to right side edge on blade.

19        JAPANESE IMARI MEIJI PERIOD CHARGER. Beautiful late Meiji Period (1868-1912) hand painted charger. Decorated with stylized central floral medallion, bats, large butterflies, and raised areas of brackets and foliage in 6 vibrant enamel colors. Diameter: 17.75” Height: 2.75”. over all very good condition.

20        JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD PORCELAIN CHARGER. Late 19th Century Meiji period charger in Imari palette. Striking, colorful, large charger decorated in cobalt blues, iron reds, orange and white with gilt highlights featuring landscape vignettes of figures and fish, and floral reserves with butterflies. Reverse, signed, edge painting, with floral brackets and bats, with shallow foot ring. Diameter: 18.5”, Height: 2.5”. excellent condition, no chips or repairs, subtle rubbing.

21        ROSE MANDARIN JARDINIERE. 20th Century Chinese Jardiniere with matching, marked under plate. Elaborate floral decoration with butterflies, vignettes of figures and reserves with peony. Diameter: 10.75”, H: 9”. Very good condition over all.

22        JAPANESE SATSUMA PORCELAIN VASE. Elaborate Meiji period, Satsuma tri-panel baluster form vase. Hand painted decoration with musician figures and their instruments, gilt brocade and medallion design below lip and a band of dragons at the foot. Height: 15” Very good condition, subtle intermittent rubbing.

23        CHINESE REPUBLIC PERIOD ROULEAU VASE. Chinese 20th Century vase in monochrome blue glaze.  Height: 17.5”. Excellent condition.

24        19TH CENTURY ASIAN MYTHOLOGICAL COMPOSITE ART. Mythological scene depicting Buddhist Luohans /Arhats (disciples of the Buddha) crossing the sea to the palace of the Dragon King. Composed of hand painted porcelain figures and interpretive dragon in a black sea of coarse black sand, in mahogany frame. Height: 27”, Width40.5”. Very good condition.

25        19TH CENTURY ASIAN MYTHOLOGICAL COMPOSITE ART. Mythological scene depicting Buddhist Luohans / Arhats (disciples of the Buddha) crossing the sea to the palace of the Dragon King. Composed of hand painted porcelain figures and interpretive dragon in black sea of coarse black sand, in mahogany frame. Height: 27”, Width 40.5”. Very good condition.

26        LATE 18TH CENTURY PORCELAIN WALL PANEL. Scarce Ch’ien-Lung enameled porcelain wall panel picturing the “Eight Immortals” crossing the sea, in hollowed trunks of trees, on a leaf, on horseback, on a carp and one on a dragon. Framed with old auction tag on verso, Height: 12.5”, Length:30”. Exquisite panel with great detail in a soft color palette. Excellent condition.

27        LATE 19TH CENTURY DINNER GONG. Exceptional bronze table top dinner gong. Gong is suspended from polished, carved cow horn hangers with silvered mounts resting on polished oak plinth. Cork beater with oak handle sits on bronze mounts. Length: 17.5”, Height: 7.5”. Very good condition, surface wear to gong, leather suspension straps replaced.

28        19TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVING OF DEITY SHOU LAU. Exceptional Chinese hardstone carving of figural group with gourds, trees and foliage. The central figure being the Daoist God, Shou Lau, “The God of Longevity” carved grasping oversized gourd and aided by his servants. The sculpture is nested to a wood base with fabulous pierced organic carving. Length: 14.5”, Height: 10”, Depth: 5.5”. Exceptional carving, very good condition.

29        ANTIQUE MARBLE BUST of JOAN OF ARC. Circa 1900 bust of French heroine “Joan of Arc” in the style and school of Italian sculptor Giuseppe Besji. Typical of Besji style with marble head dovetailed into multi hue alabaster shoulder/dress lower component, achieving fabulous signature contrast. Height: 9.75”, Width: 9.75”, Depth: 4.5”. Striking sculpture in very good condition, minor chips to base.

30        BRONZE SCULPTURE OF BALLERINA. Very decorative bronze Art Deco figure of ballerina in exotic costume, signed and foundry mark after Dimitri Chiparus, impressionist modern sculptor (Romanian 1886-1947). Gilded in gold and silver details and mounted on marble/onyx plinth. Height: 7.75”, Length: 11.5”. very good condition.

31        PERSIAN HAND KNOTTED MAT. Contemporary North West Persian mat, 21” X 36”. Very good condition with full, clean fringe.

32        MID 19TH CENTURY NIAGARA STORAGE CUPBOARD.  Circa 1850 Niagara storage cupboard with great color and original integrity.  The cupboard has a staged cornice, decorative molded elements applied to corners and flat panel doors, beaded detail around door frames.  Retaining original blue/green paint history, brass butterfly latches and pulls. Very desirable size, Height: 6”-1”, Width: 5’-1”, Depth: 19.5”. Very good condition, restoration to bottom left side, as per photos.

33        MID 19TH CENTURY GLAZED PINE ONTARIO DISH CUPBOARD. Circa 1850 one-piece dish cupboard that displays collections very well with 8 lites per door, 2 drawers and 2 lower double flat panel doors with molded details. Refinished, with original cast iron butterfly hardware. Height: 7’6”, Width: 66.5”, Depth: 20”. Very good condition.

34        EARLY NIAGARA PINE SIDEBOARD/JAM CUPBOARD. Circa 2nd quarter 19th century pine cupboard with gallery, 2 drawers over 2 flat panel doors, resting on outside bracket foot base. Found in Humberstone (Port Colborne) retaining original surface history and integrity. Height: 60”, Width: 56”, Depth: 18.5”. Over all very good condition.

35        EARLY NIAGARA PINE SIDEBOARD /JAM CUPBOARD. Circa 1850-’60 cupboard with 2 drawers over 2 vertical, double flat panel doors façade. Found in Stevensville, Ontario, rests on original turned feet with untouched surface history. Height: 46”, Width: 45”, Depth:20”. Very good condition with areas of natural wear.

36        EARLY PINE WALL HANGING OPEN CUPBOARD. Circa 1870, hanging wall cupboard found in the Humberstone/Gasline Germanic Community. Having 3 shelves, staged molded cornice, chamfered corners and a façade interspaced with spherical details in a pebbaly dark, dry surface. Height:33.5”, Width: 27.5”, Depth: 11.5”.

37        EARLY PINE BLANKET CHEST. Circa 1820’s 6 board blanket chest with drawer. Found in Niagara, retaining original paint history of dark brown over ox-blood red.     Chest sides and front board terminate with exceptional scrolled cut out designs. Top is clean and flat with applied moldings, with forged nail construction. Height: 29.5”, Width: 37.5”, Depth: 15>5”. Good condition, old repair to back right foot.

38        EARLY NIAGARA BLANKET BOX. Circa 1850’s pine blanket box in red wash with subtle sponged paint decoration. Dovetailed box construction with applied molded outside bracket foot. Height: 22”, Width: 41.5”, Depth:19.5”. Over all good condition, partial loss to front lid molding.

39        EARLY NIAGARA 1 DRAWER LAMP TABLE. 2nd quarter 19th century work table with pegged construction, retaining original green and cream paint history. Dovetailed drawer, turned legs, and radius cornered top. Very appealing Germanic table, top measures 20” X 24”, 27.5” H. good condition with no repairs.

40        EARLY NIAGARA 2 DRAWER LAMP TABLE. Exceptional 1840’s walnut work table with 2 drawers faced in tiger maple and adorned with opalescent white pressed-glass pulls. Very good condition

41        1860’S WALNUT LAMP TABLE. Walnut drop leaf work table with mahogany, lozenge faced drawer. Very good condition.

42        WESTERN ONTARIO CORNER CUPBOARD. Circa 1860’s Western Ontario/ Waterloo County style 2-piece walnut corner cupboard. The glazed top has 6 lite doors concealing an aqua green interior, an elaborate stepped cornice, and brass butterfly hardware. The base is constructed with 2 drawers over 2 double fielded panel doors, al surrounded by cock-beading. The surface history is old, dry and pebbaly, possibly original. Height: 7’2”, Width: 64”. Very good condition.

43        FRENCH CROSS STRETCHER WORK TABLE. 19th century work table, unusual form, in country vein, with X-form, turned cross stretcher. The top is pine and the base is walnut with scalloped apron, supported on sausage turned legs with pegged construction. Rectangular top measures 27” x 48”. Very good condition

44        EARLY PAINTED HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD. 18th Century English hanging corner cupboard with tombstone door, arcaded cornice and great forged hinges. Pegged pine and oak construction, Height:36.5”, Width at cornice: 27”, takes 18” corner. Condition – later ox-blood red & apple green paint, minor repairs, tight case, good over all.

45        ANTIQUE WALNUT DROP LEAF PEMBROKE TABLE.  Circa 1840 English country Sheraton interpretation of drop leaf Pembroke table. Constructed with rectangular top, 2 drawers, (1 faux) and integral hinged leaf supports. Heigh: 28.5”, Width: 22”, Depth:33”. Very good unaltered condition with tight frame.

46        19TH CENTURY WALNUT 2 DRAWER LAMP TABLE. Circa 1860’s Ontario 2 drawer work/lamp table, constructed of walnut, with turned legs, edge molded top and maple drawer fronts with mahogany banding. Height: 28>5”, Width: 18”, Depth:20”. Good original condition, partial loss of mahogany banding to 1 drawer front.

47        EARLY PAINTED DRY SINK. Circa 1860 pine dry sink in red-green paint history, found in Chippawa, Ontario with a great country look! Square nail construction, with 2 dovetailed drawers over 2 panel doors with original turnbuckles and 3 interior shelves. Depth 20”, height 35”, and width 60”. Good condition, some old repairs, minor faults to left side base, as per photo.

48        19TH CENTURY IMMIGRANT’S STORAGE CHEST. Paint decorated pine Immigrant’s storage chest from Germany. Found in Niagara.  Paint decorated with colorful sponged blue and white tray form panels over base of butterscotch combed design. Dovetailed construction with heavy forged strap hinges and handles. Height: 18”, Length: 53”, Depth 21”. Over all very good condition.

49        19TH CENTURY PLANK SEAT BENCH.  Splat back, plank seat bench with remnants of original floral and piped paint decoration. By design, state of origin – Pennsylvania. Height: 33”, Length: 74”. Very good condition visually with tight frame.

50        17TH C ENGLISH OAK CRADLE. Exceptional late 1600’s English oak hooded baby rocking cradle in great color. Wood pegged, oak stile and paneled side construction with outstanding details, including flat top, arcaded hood, scratch molded panels and turned finials. Width at rockers 22” at cradle 18”, height 32” at top of finials, 32” long. Very good condition, minor old repairs.

51        MID 19TH CENTURY FOOTED DOUGH BOX. Scarce and unique primitive dough box/table form, with cut-out boot jack ends and integral under tray. Found in Niagara, cut nail construction with heavy iron handles, fitted lid, and evidence of original green paint. Tight construction, good over all condition.

52        19TH CENTURY LAMP TABLE. Circa 1870 pine turned leg lamp table/stand with elaborate cut out scrollwork skirt and molded edge top. Height:26”, top 21 .5” x 29.5”. Condition is very good, old refinish, strong construction.

53        19TH CENTURY PEDESTAL GAMES/CARD TABLE. Very detailed 1830’s walnut tilt-top poker table that embraces true craftsmanship, having a very thin porringer top with integral pockets, bird cage tilter, fluted column and detailed carving to feet and knees. Height: 28.5”, top 28.5” x 28.5”. A very fine table in excellent condition retaining an old refinish.

54        18TH CENTURY GEORGE III CHEST OF DRAWERS. Quality C1790 oak chest, diminutive in size, with 2 short drawers over 3 graduated long drawers, cockbeaded with original swan neck brasses. Supported on outside bracket feet and in great color. Height: 36”, Width: 36”, Depth: 19”. Very good original condition, minor wear consistent with age, fine shrinkage crack to side.

55        REGENCY PERIOD SOFA TABLE. Exceptional rosewood and mahogany sofa table, C 1810, with drop down leaves, faced with two double drawer fronts, one bank being faux. Supported on reeded umbrella legs, terminating with brass cupped casters. Very good original condition, great color, light wear consistent with age.

56        19TH C ONTARIO LAMP TABLE. Primitive 1850 walnut 1 drawer lamp table with detailed turned legs. Height: 28”, top 20” x 20”, old refinish. Good condition over all.

57        EARLY ONTARIO CHILDS COMMODE CHAIR. Circa 1840 child’s arrow back commode arm chair in untouched state, with original pebbaly paint, stencil work and piping with tight frame. Good condition over all.

58        18TH CENTURY LADDER BACK SIDE CHAIR. Early American East Coast ladder back chair with robust pronounced turned front stretcher and back stiles terminating with elongated finials, refinished, good seat, seat height 16”, finial height 40”. Good condition over all.

59        EARLY PRIMITIVE PINE STOOL. C 1830 diminutive size stool in great blue paint with chamfer drawn legs and stretchers and extra thick seat, Height: 16”.  Good condition, original blue paint, tight frame, old repair to seat.

60        EARLY ONTARIO LADDER BACK ROCKING CHAIR. Circa 1830’s rocking arm chair with ring turned legs and stiles that terminate with detailed finials. Tight frame, replaced seat, old refinish, 40” tall, rockers later replacement. Good condition.

61        EARLY PRIMITIVE ROCKING CHAIR. Circa 1830 Ontario arrow back rocking chair, ash splint seat, refinished with signs of old red paint, 34” tall, rockers replaced. Good condition over all.

62        EARLY DOME TOP BOX. Circa 1830’s dovetailed pine storage box in original red/brown paint with early brass bracket handles. H:15”, L:26”, W: 14”. Condition is good, sound construction, wear consistent with age.

63        LATE 19TH CENTURY EAST COAST WASH STAND. Circa 1875 Nova Scotia pine and ash lift top wash stand with two lower flat panel doors concealing shelved cupboard. Great cut out scrolled base with old refinish retraining very appealing warm color. Height: 30.5”, Width: 28”, Depth: 14.5”. good condition over all, support cleats added to bottom of lid.

64        19TH CENTURY PRIMITIVE STAND. Folky candle/plant stand in old butterscotch paint with 18” octagonal top, scrolled foot base and robust turned column standing 30.5” tall. Good condition, old repair to 1 foot.

65        19TH CENTURY QUEBEC CHANDELIER. Quebec candle chandelier from last half of the 19th century with primitive heavy pear-shaped pine column, six metal arms with beadwork details that terminate with tole bobeche, all suspended by hand forged chain. 26” wide. Very good condition.

66        GEZA GORDON MARICH CANADIAN PAINTING. Exceptional Laurentian fall landscape painting, oil on canvas, signed and titled “Laurentians” lower right. Great colors and play on light. Geza Gordon Marich (1913-1985) Canadian Artist who emigrated from Budapest Hungary in 1957. Widely collected Marich painted an array of subjects, including many views of Montreal, rural Quebec and the Laurentians. His later works evolved into palette knife abstractions Marich’s works hang globally in museums, galleries and private collections. Painting size 22” x 30”, frame size 32” X40”, Wonderful painting in excellent condition.

67        EARLE N SCHERM (1899-1959) AMERICAN PAINTING. Industrial steel mill view, signed bottom left, titled and signed on verso “Steam”, oil on canvas board. Born in Buffalo, NY, Scherm was a Western New York painter and illustrator known for his landscapes, harbour and industrial scenes throughout U.S., Canada and Bermuda and a long-standing member of the “Buffalo Society of Artists”. Painting 12” x 16”, frame 20” x 24”. Very good condition. Ex Meibohm Fine Art Gallery NY and Ex Prof. Emeritus John Sainsbury.

68        ENGLISH 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT. PAINTING. Well executed early portrait of English gentleman, unknown sitter. Oil on canvas, laid on board, art size 17” x 22”. Good condition, old canvas repairs.

69        19TH CENTURY CANADIAN PORTRAIT. Portrait of Samuel Abraham Nelles in Militia uniform (1832-1901 Grimsby Ontario). Samuel Nelles was an early Niagara businessman and local Militia Officer, being part of a very early influential Loyalist Family in Upper Canada. Oval, pastel, 13” x 15”. Good condition, small repair and water mark to far right side.

70        R. HAUTER R.I. SIGNED PAINTING. Vibrant 19th century painting of farm worker and cattle, signed lower left and signed and titled “Milking Time” on frame plaque. Continental European painting in style of the Barbizon School, oil on canvas, relined, art size 11” x 17”. Good condition, crackular to upper sky area.

71        TORONTO STREETSCAPE PAINTING. Colorful 1960’s Toronto streetscape painting, signed lower left and verso Burtch (Michael?). The view depicts renowned Toronto restaurant “Barberians” located at 7 Elm Street. Oil on board, art size 15.5” x 19.5”. very good condition.

72        ERNEST CLARK SIGNED WATERCOLOR.  English watercolor, depicting chicken resting in the farmyard, signed bottom left, art size 10” x 14”. Very good condition.

73        DAVID ALEXANDER ‘85 SIGNED PRINT (b 1947 Canadian). Mono-type landscape print, pencil signed and titled “Deadhead”, art size 16” x 20”, Ex Waddington Galleries. Very good condition.

74        LOUIS DOBRY, SIGNED PAINTING (Budapest Hungary b.1915). Striking abstract portraiture in vibrant colors, marked on verso #323. Dowbry was member of Royal Hungarian Academy of Art 1941, and emigrated to Canada in 1951. Acrylic on Masonite, art size 16” x 18”. Very good condition.

75        20TH CENTURY ABSTRACT PAINTING. Abstract painting, titled on verso “Seaside Cliffs”, unsigned, acrylic on canvas, box framed, 8” x 8”. Very good condition.

76        MIXED MEDIA ABSTRACT PAINTING. Signed Charlot ‘76 and titled on verso “Cargando La Vieja” abstract painting with organic form and caricature. Oil on Masonite, art size 14” x 14”. Very good condition.

77        WILLIAM DUDLEY WARD ’08 SIGNED WATERCOLOR POSTCARD. Dudley Ward 1879-1935 English Canadian artist /illustrator, emigrated to Canada in 1910. Famous for his “Dingbat” characters that combined cartoon and surrealism. This painting/postcard depicts a well-dressed woman fronting a flaming torchiere lamp and verso is addressed and postal marked, 6.5” x 8”, overall good condition.

78        C 1840’S ROBERT REGINALD WHALE, SELF PORTRAIT. Unsigned portrait of Robert R. Whale 1805-1887, English Canadian artist who emigrated to Canada in 1852. His works are held in many museums and private collections. Purchased directly from Jack Hill the Great Grandson in 1988. Oil on canvas, laid on board, 11.5” x 9.5”, very good condition, professional conservation of crazing.

79        JENNIE PERRY JONES, SIGNED PAINTING. Painting of historical Scarborough landmark “The Halfway House”, moved from Kingston Road in 1960’s to Black Creek Pioneer Village. Oil on canvas board, 18” x 24”. Very good condition.

80        FLOW BURAK SIGNED WATERCOLOR. Flow Burak Nov. 25,1982 (Niagara Artist) signed, watercolor, farm landscape. Colorful view of a rural Niagara farmscape measuring 14” x 16” in gold and silver gilt period frame. Very good condition.

81        19TH CENTURY CANADIAN PORTRAIT. Canadian mid 19th century portrait of elderly woman. Unsigned, canvas laid on board, measuring 8 ½” x 12”. Good condition, light crackular, small old repair in background at very top.

82        ORIGINAL 1655 VISSCHER ETCHING. Rare and picturesque, C1655 Dutch river landscape etching by Johannes de Visscher (1620-1670). One of a series of 12 van Goyen drawing designs, in “1st and only state”. Designed by great Dutch master Jan van Goyen (1596-1666). Jan Visscher studied the art of engraving under his brother Cornelius Visscher and practised his art in Haarlem and Amsterdam. Art size 5” x 7 ¼”. Very good condition, with scarce areas of very light foxing.

83        MINIATURE WATERCOLORS. Detailed Circa 1900 ornithological and zoological watercolor miniatures (9) framed in frame. Miniatures, unsigned, range from 5/8” – 1” set in 4” x 5” frame. Very good condition.

84        JUDY McINTOSH, SIGNED WATERCOLOR. Signed and dated 1978 floral still life watercolor with doll. Art size 21” x 29”. Very good condition.

85        HUGH McCLELLAND, SIGNED WATERCOLOR. Colorful Toronto streetscape view signed and titled “Little Trinity Church” 417 King St. East.  Art size13.5” x 20.5”. Very good condition.

86        ITALIAN WOODCUT PRINT. Graphic early 20th century Italian print of Woman and architecture, signed and titled. Art size 9” x 9.5”. Good condition.

87        CIRCA 1930’S WOOL WORK PAINTING. Colorful needle work on paint washed silk of landscape scene from Haliburton Ontario. Wrought by Danish Immigrant, Yrsa Wennike Petersen,16” x 20”. Very good condition.

88        CIRCA 1740 HEREFORDSHIRE ENGLAND MAP. An attractive and unusual antique map of Herefordshire County England produced by Rob’t Morden (1668-1703) in 1690’s and not published to 1701. Overhauled by German born engraver Herman Moll (1678-1732). Note,3 different scales for miles! Original copper line engraving on paper with later hand coloring, engraved surface 6 ¾” x 8 ¾”. Good condition, decent margins, slight darkening of paper.

89        ALAN CUNNINGTON, SIGNED WATERCOLOR. Exceptional watercolor of pair of swimming swans by English born Niagara-on-the-Lake watercolorist Alan Cunnington. Very good condition.

90        KEN ANGER CARVED DUCK DECOY. Excellent Ken Anger (1905-61 Dunnville, Ontario) Redhead drake, hollow carved decoy, great color, details and original paint, never rigged, circa 1950’s. Excellent condition.

91        KEN ANGER CARVED DUCK DECOY. Excellent Ken Anger (1905-61 Dunnville, Ontario) Redhead hen, hollow carved decoy, great color, details and original paint, never rigged, circa 1950’s. Excellent condition.

92        GEORGES GUYON DUCK DECOY. Georges Guyon (Vercheres, Quebec) 2nd quarter 20th century Bluebill decoy with relief carved wings and incised feather details. Designed with slightly turned head, glass eyes, internal lead bottom weight, and in old paint. Very good condition.

93        PAUL-EMILE LACOMBE DUCK DECOY. Paul-Emile Lacombe (Louisville, Quebec) Bluebill decoy, circa 1950’s, in original paint, painted tack eyes, very subtle paint wear, lightly shot over. Very good condition.

94        ALAIN DE LOTBINIERE MACDONALD DUCK DECOY. Alain Macdonald (Rigaud, Quebec) Circa 1930’s Bluebill hen decoy in original paint. Shot over, minor paint wear and a few small nicks to body. Good condition.

95        FRANK DEROEVEN DUCK DECOY. Frank DeRoeven (Wallaceburg 1892-1957) Canvasback drake decoy, circa 1930, in original paint with combed details and full-length weighted keel.  Patterned after Tom Chambers style, 16” long, signs of paint wear and rubbing, very small chip under bill. Good condition.

96        METRO SASS DUCK DECOY. Metro Sass (Chatham, Ontario) Canvasback decoy, 2nd quarter 20th century, in original paint. Paint loss and wear, tight cracks to body and neck. Good condition.

97        CLARENCE (CLARY) SHAW DUCK DECOY. Clary Shaw (1884-1957 Hamilton) Black Duck drake decoy, 2nd quarter 20th century, laminated construction, original combed and feathered paint with glass eyes. Very good condition, minor areas of paint loss.

98        ROBIN BROS. SHOE LAST CO. COMMERCIAL DECOY. Robin factory (Montreal) made Mallard drake decoy, 13 ¾” long, glass eyes, repainted, head loose.

99        DAN SWIM DUCK DECOY. Dan Swim (Lockport New York) Black Duck hen decoy, never rigged, painted feathers, detailed open mouth, glass eyes, 16 ¼” long. Very good condition.

100     GEORGES GUYON DUCK DECOY. Georges Guyon (Vercheres, Quebec) Bluebill decoy, 2nd quarter 19th century, relief carved wings, internal lead weight. Original paint with areas of touch up, old repair to neck.

101     SAM KEITH DUCK DECOY. Sam Keith (Orillia Ontario) 1960’s Black Duck hen decoy with original feathered paint, glass eyes, 15” long. Very good condition.

102     EARLY SEAGULL DECOY. Scarce, folky, Seagull confidence decoy from New Brunswick, 2nd quarter 20th century, solid body, tack eyes, rough hewn bottom, integral lead weight in original paint surface, 12.5” long. Good original condition with subtle wear to paint.

103     WESTERN ONTARIO DUCK DECOY. Canvasback hollow carved decoy by unknown Western Ontario carver, old repaint, shot over, glass eyes, sone areas of paint loss. Good condition.

104     WALTER DONALDSON DUCK DECOY. Walter Donaldson (Kingston, Ontario) Blackduck decoy, circa 1940, solid body, glass eyes, original very worn paint, carved tail details. Good condition.

105     HAMILTON SCHOOL DUCK DECOY. Redhead drake decoy, (Hamilton, Ontario) 2nd quarter 20th century, laminated body construction, with relief carved wings, original old worn paint, loss of 1 glass eye, 14.5” long. Good condition.

106     PAUL-EMILE LACOMBE DUCK DECOY. Paul-Emile Lacombe (Louisville, Quebec) Bluebill decoy with painted tack eyes, relief carved wings and carved tail feathers, solid body, original paint with touch-ups, old neck repair.

107     JESSIE BAKER DUCK DECOY. Jessie Baker (1888-1961 Trenton) Blackduck hen decoy, circa 1940, with original scratch feather paint, 16” long, paint loss around neck area. Good condition.

108     GUS MOODE DUCK DECOY. Gus Moode (1902-1977 Wallaceburg, Ontario) magnum/oversize Redhead decoy, solid block, relief carved wings, old repaint. Good condition.

109     BOB DIXON DUCK DECOY. Bob Dixon (1904-1967 Brockville) Bluebill duck decoy, 2nd quarter 20th century, lightly worn original feathered paint, shot over, 12” long. Good condition, nice example.

110     BERT BAKER DUCK DECOY. Bert Baker (Jasper, Ontario) Bluebill decoy, solid block, glass eyes, old paint, repair to neck and bill.

111     NORTHERN PIKE CARVING. Rene Huard signed and dated 1996 Northern Pike carving, glass eyes, decorative paint, detailed fins and gills, 17” long. Very good condition

112     LARGE MOUTH BASS TAXIDERMY MOUNTS (2). Exceptionally detailed taxidermy of large mouth bass, mounted on live edge and walnut plaques. Glass eyes. great color, super detailed mouths, gills and fins. Both with decal “Gary Hill Hawkstone Ontario, Taxidermist”. Plaques measure 19” and 24” long. Both in excellent condition,

113     EMILIE VOUGA CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS (2). Large scale Emilie Vouga (1840-1909 Swiss) signed, late 19th century chromolithographs of stag elk against landscape. Art size 13” x 35”. Good condition.

114     VINTAGE FISH NURSERY SIGN. 1940’s painted steel “Fish Nursery” sign, original red, white and mustard paint, 8” x 12”, from Coitsville Township, Ohio. Good condition.

115     ALAN CUNNINGTON, SIGNED WATERCOLOR. Alan Cunnington (English-Canadian) signed, dated 1975 and titled “Poacher” portrait watercolour. Accomplished Niagara-on-the-Lake watercolorist. Very good.

116     DECOY BOOKS LOT (2). “Decoys of Lake Champlain” by Dr. Loy S. Harrell and “Saginaw Bay Waterfowl Hunting” by William A. Stout. Both in very good condition.

117     DECOY BOOKS LOT (4) “Decoys of the Mid-Atlantic”, “Decoys of the Atlantic Flyway”, “Mason Decoys” and the “Biography of Chauncey Wheeler”. All books good to very good condition.

118     FIRST EDITION – WATERFOWL BOOK. “The Waterfowl Family” by Leonard C. Sanford. Very good with no dust jacket, 1903 1st edition, stamped as presentation edition, hardcover in green buckram with elaborate gilt decoration on front, tight binding, faint shelf wear, inside cover page has in-writing

119     FIRST EDITION BOOK. Titled “American Wild Fowl Shooting” by Joseph W. Long, 1st edition, dated 1874. Book is in good condition, gilt embossed cloth boards, corners and spine bumped slightly rubbed, complete.

120     FIRST EDITION BOOK LOT (2). Scarce book titled “Wild-Fowlers and Poacher”, 50 years on the East Coast, by Arthur Henry Patterson, dated 1929, illustrated with end paper map. Second book titled “Feathered Game”, a handbook of the North American game birds, by Dwight W. Huntington, dated 1903. Both good clean copies, complete, bumped corners, with tight square binding.

121     ANTIQUE ONTARIO PUNT PADDLE. Early 20th Century Ontario punt paddle with great form, in original putty colored paint. The end of blade has original riveted copper reinforcement banding. Carved T-handled paddle measures 7” wide and 46” long. Very good condition.

122     VINTAGE CANOE PADDLE. Laminated, bi-wood, wide molded blade canoe racing paddle with original decal “Produits De Clemens Trois Rivieres Quebec” and stencil “64”. Appears to be original red paint on blade and measures 64” long. Good condition, some age lines on blade.

123     ONTARIO STONEWARE MERCHANT CROCK. “Made Expressly For G.S. Blackwell & Co. Grocers Lindsay” (1873-1894) merchant marked, 5 Gallon crock with floral decoration. Very good original condition, clean with desirable Welding lollipop floral decoration.

124     ONTARIO STONEWARE BATTER PITCHER. Scarce “H.B. & L. Picton C.W.” (1879-1887) pottery marked batter jug with bale handle, 10” tall. Very good condition, small flake on edge of ear.

125     ONTARIO REDWARE JAR. Colorful Ontario earthenware 1 Gallon size jar, with mottled green over orange glaze, 9 ¾” tall. Very good original condition.

126     ONTARIO STONEWARE JUG. “H. Schuler Paris. Ont” pottery marked, 1 Gallon, floral decorated stoneware jug. Great original condition, very clean with crisp floral decoration.

127     ONTARIO STONEWARE CHURN. “Flack & Van Arsdale Cornwall Ont” pottery marked, 4 Gallon churn in baluster form, cobalt decorated with basket of flowers design. Exceptional original condition, kiln fry to decoration, small stone pop to right side.

128     ONTARIO REDWARE JAR. Late 19th Century closed mouth Ontario earthenware ½ Gallon jar in mottled yellow on green glaze with tooled band below neck. Very good original condition with minor kiln bumps and minute nips.

129     STONEWARE GUELPH MERCHANT JUG. “W.J. Brown & Co. Importers of Groceries, Wines, Liquors & C, Alma Block Guelph” Merchant marked 1 Gallon floral decorated stoneware jug. Very good original condition

130     J. WOODYATT C.W. CROCK. Scarce “J. Woodyatt Brantford C.W.” (1857-1859) marked 2 Gallon open crock with floral decoration and incised bands. Good condition over all, kiln fry to decoration during firing.

131     F.P. GOOLD & CO. C.W. JAR. “F.P. Goold & Co. Brantford C.W.” (1859-1867) marked closed mouth 1 Gallon stoneware jar. Good condition, kiln fired bumps and imperfections.

132     H. SCHULER PARIS ONT. JUG.  “H. Schuler Paris Ont” (1873-1884) pottery marked, 1 Gallon floral decorated jug. Very good condition, clean, small flake on spout rim and kiln pop to lower handle.

133     F.P. GOOLD & CO. STONEWARE JAR.  “F.P. Goold & Co.” (1859-1867) marked stoneware 1 Gallon jar. Good condition.

134     H. SCHULER STONEWARE JUG.  “H. Schuler Paris Ont” (1873-1884) pottery marked 2 Gallon stoneware jug with floral decoration, 13 ¼” tall, very heavy clean glaze. Very good condition, small flake on rim of spout.

135     STONEWARE CHICKEN POULTRY FEEDER. Circa 1900 pottery chicken feeder, I Gallon size, not marked, 9” tall. Good condition.

136     STONEWARE CROCK.  Circa 1890 American 3 Gallon stoneware crock, unmarked, with cobalt stylized 3 and mosquito pattern decoration. Good Condition.

137     STONEWARE JUG. Circa 1880 1 Gallon stoneware jug, with floral decoration, unmarked. Good condition.

138     INUIT WALRUS TUSK CRIBBAGE BOARD. 20th Century Inuit carved walrus tusk cribbage board in the form of elongated fish with unusual outriggers. Detailed with relief carvings of seal and polychrome open mouthed polar bear. Engraved scrimshaw designs emulating rope work ad to details,14 ¾” long. Good condition, old repair as per photo.

139     INUIT WALRUS TUSK CRIBBAGE BOARD. 20th Century Inuit carved walrus tusk cribbage board in form of swimming seal. Detailed with engraved scrimshaw delineated design to board face and inset ebonized face. 13” long. Good condition with linear grain age lines as per photo.

140     FRENCH GILT BRONZE CHENETS. Fabulous and decorative French 19th – 20th Century gilt bronze Louis XVI style Chenets. This pair of cast bronze firedogs are further enhanced with Putti figures and urns with flaming finials.  12.5” wide, 11” tall and 4 ¾” deep. Condition is very good, great gilt surface, no breaks, missing e threaded back legs.

141     FRENCH SILVERED BRONZE DORE CASKET. Exceptional, highly decorative late 19th century French bronze dore’ Renaissance Revival rectangular jewel casket. Hinged lid with central raised panel of medieval scene sided by masks and foliates. Sides are cast in high relief with religious, hunting, mythology, foliate and cat details and scenes. The box rests on scrolled gryphon feet with clasp lock mechanism with key and upholstered in plush satin lining. Very good condition.

142     BRONZE JEWEL CASKET. Early 20th century gilt bronze jewel casket cast in Art Nouveau deep relief floral design. Rectangular with bracket feet, measuring W 8 ¾”, D 6 3/8” H 3 ¼”. Very good condition with subtle wear.

143     BRONZE JEWEL CASKET. Early 20th century bronze jewelry casket, unmarked, but attributed to German manufacturer “Erhard and Sohne”. Features ornate dancing cherubs and foliate motif in repoussé to lid and sides. Upholstered in red velvet, rectangular, measuring W 5 3/8”, D 2 7/8”, H 2 1/8”. Very good condition subtle wear and oxidization.

144     BRONZE JEWEL CASKET. Circa 1900 bronze jewel casket with raised panel hinged lid, pineapple finial, cast in heart and foliate design with arcaded piercing. All sides cast with shield cartouche and foliate trailing. Resting on a bracket base, measuring W 5 ¾”, D 4”, H 4 ½” to top of finial. Very good condition.

145     CIRCA 1890 MATCH SAFE. Continental European cast spelter match safe with integral strike, in copper patination. The hinged top is cast with Pixie in window frame design and the front cast with bust cartouche and foliate details. Measuring W 5”, D 3 ¼”, H 3 3/8”. Good condition, wear to copper patination.

146     BRONZE JEWEL CASKET. Late 19th Century, German, bronze jewel casket, cast in deep relief with rural scenes of grape picking, grape crushing, wheat stooking and children at waters edge. Resting on bracket feet, rectangular, measuring W 6 5/8”, D 3 ½”, H 2 5/8”. Good condition over all.

147     ANTIQUE PERSIAN TRINKET BOX. 19th Century Persian Trinket box tooled of sheet brass with bat wing clasp and hinges. Canted hinged top and sides etched with mythical beasts and Persian script in mellow patina. W 3 5/8”, D 2 1/8”, H 1 3/4”. Good condition.

148     ANTIQUE BRONZE MATCH SAFE. Late 19th Century French match safe with finial adornment, cast bronze with shield and foliate design all around, resting on scrolled bracket feet. W 3 ¾”, D 2”, 2 3/8” to top of finial. Good condition, loss of match strike,

149     CAST BRONZE STAMP BOX. Circa 1900 European cast bronze stamp box with sheet brass partitioned interior. Hinged lid relief cast with horse and rider, foliate design and all sides detailed with beadwork and entwined florals. Resting on scrolled bracket feet, rectangular, W 3 3/4”, D 2 3/8”, H 1 ½”. Good condition.

150     ANTIQUE PERSIAN BETEL BOX. 19th Century Persian traveling tobacco box (Paan Daan) in spun sheet brass with compartmental interior. Etched/stamped with floral and Persian design with cast bronze bale handle. Diameter 3 7/8” and 2 ½” tall.  Good condition, bottom dented.

151     SLOUGHI GREYHOUND FRENCH SCULPTURE after J.E. MASSON. Sloughi Greyhound French Art Deco white bronze sculpture on stone base by and after Jules Edmund Masson (1871-1932) for Max Le Verrier 1920- 1949. Base signed Masson. Very good condition.

152     BOCCATO GIGANTE ZAMBUSI BOOKENDS. 1980’s Italian modern design, metal work bookends, labeled “Design Bocatto, Gigante, Zambusi – Sicart Italy”. Geometric formed in stainless steel, with pierced details. Very good condition.

153     SMIITH METAL ARTS CHROME BOOKENDS. 1980’s chrome rectangular bookends, labeled “Smith Metal Arts Buffalo NY”. Good condition, some surface scratches and finger prints.

154     FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT BOYTON HALL TABLE. Cassina 625, Frank Lloyd Wright, Boynton Hall Table, designed in 1908 by F. L. Wright for Cassina. Elegant table with strong, linear lines, reintroduced late 20th Century table, light-stained cherry wood construction. Very good condition.

155     ITALIAN PIGRECO STYLE CHAIRS (4). Set of 4 Pigreco, style chairs designed by architect Tobia Scarpa for Tacchini in 1959. Cherry frames with tufted leather seat and collar. Very good condition.

156     FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT by COPELAND TALIESIN BARREL CHAIR. Frank Lloyd Wright “Taliesin 606” Barrel Chair, original conceived in 1903 for Darwin Martin House Buffalo NY. Constructed in 2007 of cherry wood with tawny brown leather seat, branded with serial number. H 33”, W 24”, D 24”. Good condition, dog chew marks to 1 arm.

157     DAVID CHESTNUTT ABSTRACT COMPOSITION. (Canadian) Abstract colored silkscreen, pencil signed (David) Chestnutt ’70 46/60. Art size only 20” x 20”. Very good condition.

158     HEINRICH HEIDERSBERGER RYTHMOGRAM POSTER. (German) Scarce Triennale 1956 MCM lines rythmogram poster, framed, 28” x 40”. Very good condition.

159     AUDREY GRANTHAM ABSTRACT PAINTING. Colorful Mid 20th century geometric abstract, pencil signed on verso, Audrey Grantham, oil on canvas, 30” x 30”, good condition.

160     ARTS & CRAFT BREAKFAST TABLE. Great size and form, round table with tenoned cross stretcher and legs that project flush with table face. Very good condition.

161     ALPHONSE IANELLI “SONGSAYING” POSTER. Late 20th century “Song Saying” theatre poster, starring George Whiting and Sadie Burt. Very good condition.

162     ANTIQUE DOG CART. Fabulous late 19th century dog cart in striking original paint, piping and stencil work. In an untouched state with wood spoke wheels and forged hardware. Very good original condition with natural surface wear.

163     VINTAGE PAINTED GAMEBOARD. Circa 1930’s Nova Scotia painted gameboard. Constructed of Masonite and pine trim. Very good condition with applicable wear for age.

164     HAMILTON STONEWARE MERCHANT JUG. Hamilton Ontario 5 Gallon merchant jug marked “John Ronan Groceries Wines & Liquors Cor. Well. & Cannon Sets. Hamilton” Excellent original condition.

165     ANTIQUE SLIDE LID CANDLE BOX. Circa 1870’s slide lid pine candle box in original pebbaly dry dark red paint. Butt joint construction measuring H 4” x W 5” x H 12” Excellent original condition

166     EARLY WALNUT WASHSTAND. Circa 1820-1840 English walnut 1 drawer washstand of country formal design. Detailed with dovetailed drawer, dovetailed canted/arched gallery and tapering reeded leg supports. H 41” to top of gallery, W 23” at top of gallery, D 19”. Very good condition, old surface, some age shrinkage splits

167     ANTIQUE LION HOOKED RUG. Exceptional late 19th Century Canadian hooked rug with recumbent lion surrounded by florals, possibly Frost pattern. 31” x 59 ½” Very good condition, minor old repairs, later backing.

168     NOVA SCOTIA GEOMETRIC HOOKED RUG. Vibrant geometric Nova Scotia hooked rug with exquisite details. Circa 1900-1925, retaining strong colors, measuring 32 ½” x 59 ¾”. Knoll Family Bridgewater N.S. Excellent condition with 1 small edge repair.

169     NOVA SCOTIA MAPLE LEAF HOOKED RUG. Elegant maple leaf hooked rug with patriotic art deco vibe! Circa 1900 -1925 multi hued design of maple leaves with foliated brackets on light salmon ground, Bridgewater N.S., measuring 29 ½” x 52 ½”. Very good condition, minor edge wear.

170     NOVA SCOTIA FLORAL HOOKED RUG. Colorful Nova Scotia floral hooked rug with balanced design of floral bouquets. Retaining vibrant color, Knoll Family Bridgewater N.S. and measuring 32 ½” x 49”. Very good condition, subtle edge wear, light stain mark.

171     QUEBEC CABIN HOOKED RUG. Finely made Quebec hooked rug with subtle winter landscape and log cabin design. Rug is signed with initials “GT” in bottom right corner (possibly Georges Edouard Tremblay, Quebec). Diminutive in size, measuring 18” x 28”. Good condition, light fading and sporadic edge wear.

172     ANTIQUE CANADIAN COVERLET. Double loomed 1850-1860 overshot coverlet from early Niagara Family with raspberry colored wool on natural white cotton. 67” x 88”.  Very good condition, strong color, some areas of very light edge wear.

173     ANTIQUE COVERLET. Decorative late 19th Century summer / winter coverlet in indigo and white. Designed with geometric floral cartouche centred on all over floral field with chain link borders, 77” x 84”. Very good condition, strong color.

174     ANTIQUE EGYPTIAN KHAYAMIYA PANELS. Very decorative late 19th Century Egyptian appliqued and quilted cotton tent panels (2). Stitched and applied historical Egyptian figures and symbolisms embellish the panels with hand dyed lots of cotton fabric. This style of wall hangings were made by the Khayamin or Egyptian tent makers in the Cairo area. Good Condition, sporadic areas of light wear and subtle fading.

175     SHOE FLY ROCKING HORSE & PHOTO. Circa 1900 shoe-fly rocking horse in original paint and decoration. This lot also includes a 1920’s photo of young child sitting in shoe-fly. Very good original condition, paint wear. H 19”, L 38”, W 14”

176     ANTIQUE CHILDS SNOWSHOES. Circa 1900 child’s/youth size snowshoes with great form and webbing design, made and found in New Brunswick. Made of ash and cat-gut webbing with original bindings with lace eyelets, 9 ½” x 30 ½”. Very good condition.

177     ANTIQUE DECORATIVE OXEN YOKE. Decorative late 19th century single oxen yoke in diminutive size, old red paint, carved of maple with decorative and utilitarian details. Complete with forged hardware, antique brass tack and figural heart breast plate, 30 ½” wide. Exceptional condition, scarce design.

178     ANTIQUE HOOKED RUG. Early 1900’s hooked rug with Victorian garden theme design, found in Nava Scotia. Diminutive size, 13 ½” x 20”. Good condition, subtle fading.

179     FRENCH 19TH C COMTOISE WALL CLOCK. French 1880’s comtoise wall clock with enameled face, maker signed, Nyauld a’ Douvaine. Brass repousse clock face surround detailed with calvary image. Clock is restored and working, complete with original cast iron weights and pendulum. Works contained in pressed steel case, standing 56” tall, with 10” diameter pendulum. Very good condition.

180     ARTHUR PEQUEGNAT “SWAN” SHELF CLOCK. Pequegnat Swan model tambour 8-day shelf clock with signed face and paper label “Pequegnat Swan Kitchener” on case door. Original finish, 10” H and 19 ½” W. Good condition, complete. time working, strike needs repair.

181     ANTIQUE ART NOUVEAU DESK CLOCK. Figural Art Nouveau style mantle clock with face signed “Ansonia Clock Co. USA”. Gilt metal case adorned with cherub putti figures. Brass mechanical wind-up movement in working order. Measuring D 2 ¾” x W 5 ½” x H 8 ½”. Good condition over all, light line on face.

182     ANTIQUE ART NOUVEAU TABLE LAMP. Circa 1920’s gilt spelter, tri-arm table lamp with decorative polychrome paint. Hexagon base, open cast conical stem with foliate relief and tole multi leaf shades with tear drop pendants 19” tall. Good over all condition, original wiring.

183     ANTIQUE ART DECO TABLE LAMP. Stunning 1930’s table lamp with cast iron base and round to octagonal panel shade. The shade being rare to have panels with colored silhouette vignettes by “Paul Suss” (artist). These are the same figures that inspired Dutch composer Leopold Smit to compose “Silhoutten”. Good condition over all.

184     ANTIQUE SLAG GLASS TABLE LAMP. 1920’s table lamp with bronze patinated base, topped with 4 panel, 16” diameter domed shade in soft mottled pink and white slag glass. Very good condition.

185     POST MODERN TABLE LAMP. Circa 1980’s table lamp inspired after Robert Sonneman. Grid form metal base with hemispherical formed steel 16” diameter shade standing 22” tall. Very good condition.

186     POST MODERN TABLE LAMP. Circa 1980’s table lamp with 4 column steel, black lacquer base and origami paper pyramid shaped shade, standing 22” tall. Very good condition.

187     ANTIQUE DESK LAMP. Colorful brass based double swan neck table lamp with adjustable sockets and Consolidated puffy style molded grape shades. Very good condition.

188     ANTIQUE DESK LAMP. Brass based, double swan neck table lamp with porcelain floral adornment, adjustable sockets and Art Deco tropical seas shades. Very good condition.

189     ANTIQUE SLAG GLASS LAMP SHADES (2).  Pair of Arts & Crafts pair of slag glass shades. Good condition.

190     ANTIQUE POTTERY (4) PIECE LOT. Bennington Pitcher 7” tall, VG.  Bennington apple bowl, 12” diameter, rim chips. Molded ironstone pitcher with cow design, VG. Pottery vase, 9” tall.

191     ANTIQUE MAJOLICA PLATTER. Colorful majolica 13” oval platter with Asian decorative details. Pronounced molded bamboo rim, surrounds a turquoise ground that is decorated with a crane, bonsai and peonies. Very good condition.

192     ROYAL ALBERT “PETIT POINT” DINNER SERVICE. Royal Albert, Petit Point pattern, porcelain dinner service with settings for eight, with 80 pieces in total. Good condition over all.

193     ANTIQUE ZHOLNAY PORCELAIN PLANTER. Circa 1900 Hungarian Zsolnay porcelain planter with elaborate floral panels all around, 12” long. Good condition over all, small flake on rim.

194     EARLY WOOD BARREL CHURN. Primitive 1870’s, tapered cylindrical barrel churn, complete, in original light pumpkin color with metal supports and original dash, 25” tall.  Good condition over all.

195     ANTIQUE GERMAN ZITHER GUITAR. Circa 1890’s German zither guitar, labeled “Meisenhaur Co. Berlin Germany”. 31 string zither in original state with gilt decoration, cartouche, paper label and string scales. Good condition over all, missing 2 strings.

196     PRIMITIVE NFLD PAINTED STOOL. 1860’s pine stool from Newfoundland in old worn red paint, square nails and boot-jack cut outs, 13” long. Good condition over all.

197     ANTIQUE COPPER GRAIN MEASURES. Lustrous 1880’s English graduated set of copper grain measures, hand soldered, with applied brass handles and grain labels. Very good condition.

198     EARLY HEARTH UTENSILS – LOT (4). Decorative late 18th and 19th Century hearth utensils, 2 ladles, strainer and skimmer. All with brass bowls copper riveted to hand forged handles. Ranging from 13” to 22” long. Very good condition, exceptional early brass patch repair to skimmer.

199     EARLY HEARTH UTENSILS – LOT (4). Decorative late 18th and 19th Century hearth utensils, 2 brass ladles, 1 copper ladle and 1 brass skimmer all copper riveted to hand forged handles, 19” to 22” long. Very good condition.

200     VINTAGE COPPER & BRASS LOT (2). Vintage copper boiler with handles in exceptionally good condition and Circa 1900 antique spun brass planter, 10” diameter, with lion head handles in very good condition.

201     ANTIQUE POTTERY LOT (3). Decorative 3-piece lot including Circa 1900 English majolica pitcher, 7” tall, very good condition. Mason’s marked, Imari palette 6” jug with serpent handle, very good condition. English Jardinières with al over art deco floral decoration, 8” diameter, very good condition.

202     VINTAGE KEMBLE LACY DEWDROP GOBLETS (6). Scarce set of 6 “Kemble Lacy Dewdrop” milk glass goblets. Very good condition.

203     VINTAGE TABLE RUG. Decorative oval wool table rug with crewel work details on burlap backing. The center field decorated with florals and peacock is encircled with four outer layers of foliated petals, 28” x 32”. Very good condition.

204     ANTIQUE BOHEMIAN LUSTRES. Striking pair of circa 1900 Bohemian, Czech, candle lustres in light yellowy amber color. Each lustre fitted with 10 crystal prisms of matching color. Ribbed base, fluted column, standing 11” tall. Very good condition.

205     LATE 19TH C BRIDES BASKET. Circa 1890 art glass, cased bride’s basket with peach, white and clear satin glass bowl, hand enameled with cherry blossoms and branches. The bowl is shaped and fluted around the rim. The silver plate surround is decorated in foliate brackets and is marked “Simpson, Miller, & Hall Co.” and stands 11” tall. Very good condition.