Kingston (Ontario, Canada) Collins Bay Market - Antiques & Collectibles (June) SELLER MANAGED Online Auction

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This lovely horse figure is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. It has a matte finish and is signed "Beswick England" on one front and one back hoof. It stands approx 6" tall.

About 1 ¼ inch in diameter open back labradorite stone with blue opalescence which appears in different areas when moving the pendant. It is marked sterling silver, with the letters GJW (artist) and is in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures have been enlarged for better viewing).

About a size 5 3/4, 8 grams, oval shape, 1 inch long by ¾ inch wide top, with scalloped & oxidized frame, 1/8 inch shank, lovely labradorite displays nice blue/green opalescence in very good condition (no damage noted, can have this resized for minimal charge).

Pretty irregular moonstone, about 5/8 x ½ inch, size 7, band 3 mm, weighing about 6 grams, tested sterling silver using the appropriate acid test, in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

Very ethnic & tribal pendant about 1 5/8 in diameter, hand-made pendant in Tibet, set with very old coral, turquoise & lapis stones, in a granular and beaded design & twisted frames. It has low silver content and could not be tested for sterling, in very good shape with a rustic look (no damage noted, no turquoise, lapis or coral missing, just age appropriate wear).

Lovely sterling silver pendant, about 1 x 1 inch, and the oval turquoise is 7/8 x 5/8 inch, with matrix, in a lovely & fancy setting (check pictures), marked 925, weighing about 13 grams and in very good shape (no damage noted, no stones missing, please disregard camera reflections).

About 1 ½ inch long excluding the jump ring, the genuine amethyst tear drop stone is about 5/8 x ½ inch, with a silver drop, partially marked 9 (tested sterling using the appropriated acid test), in very good condition (no damage noted, it has been purposely oxidized for contrast and pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

About 1 ¾ x a little over one inch including the bail, marked NF 925 (sterling) Thailand, the bezel set mother of pearl cameo of a lady’s profile facing right is about 7/8 x ¾ inch, has a very stylish frame and the bail is hinged, a sign of quality construction. The open back pendant is in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

This rare water font measures about 9 x 5 x 3 ½ inches, features a hand painted bisque (unglazed china) angel holding a large shell, with gilded decorations, in pink & yellow colours, a well detailed body, face, flowing hair with crown & flowers, arms, a draped dress showing one leg & foot, and wings. It has two holes in the back, to hang to a wall and is marked Germany with the numbers 7214. (no damage noted, no chips, breaks or cracks). A lovely addition to an angel collection.

This is the rare commemorative mug of the coronation which never took place. It reads: May 1937 Coronation of King Edward VIII 1937, measuring about 3 ½ inches tall and 2 ½ inches across the top, and is marked: Official design of the British Pottery Manufacturers Federation, Made in England. In very good shape (no damage noted, very light age appropriate wear, light roughness on bottom, clean inside, no chips, breaks or cracks). A very collectible royalty item.

Very light earrings, each about ¾ inch long including ear wire, marked 925 (sterling), facetted oval, bezel set garnets with a triple frame; each piece is almost ½ inch long. They are in very good condition (no damage noted, ear wires slightly crooked from use, mentioned for accuracy, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

Seven link sterling, about 7 ½ inches long, almost one half inch wide, with a lobster clasp marked 925 (sterling) in very good shape (no damage noted).

Finely painted scene of country offering: detailed facial expressions,traditional garments, rugs & hangings. Muted dragon's blood colour creates a frame, with gold painted plants, flowers & grasses. Similar design on chair seat & legs. 2 pieces fit to form a chair. No damage seen; never used. 40 cm wide & 63 cm tall when assembled.

Thistle brooch, marked sterling, about one inch in diameter with purple facetted glass stone in an open work design, in very good shape (no damage noted, closure in working order, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

A beautifully detailed brass ink well with the original milk glass ink holder. Would look nice on a desk in your home office or a professional setting. It measures 6X6 & is 4" tall at the highest point.

Extremely fine workmanship & detail with Phoenix & floral pattern in indigo & unusual soft clay colours. High thread count cotton. Dye test tab attached. Museum quality. Rare condition - no damage or stains seen. Wear consistent with age, likely stored for occasional use. Collected as antique 30 years ago. See lot 375 description for batik process info.

Light vintage bangle, about 7 inches (5 ¾ + 1 ¼ opening), fits small wrist, 7/8 inch wide in the front, 1/8 inch wide at its narrowest, featuring two ‘fern’ leaves, and a phoenix bird with turquoise, mother of pearl & coral inlays, marked Sterling, in very good shape (no damage noted, small signs of wear from usage).

Lovely irregular shaped box, about 3 ¾ inches across the top & 1 ¼ inch tall, with white mythological relief angels, cherubs, horse, dog, flowers, men & women, is marked on the back: Wedgwood, Made in England, WH, and the letter R inside a circle and in very good shape (no damage noted, no chips, breaks or cracks).

A vintage quartz clock about 1 ¾ inch tall, 1 ¼ inch wide, 7/8 inch wide, marked Alfred Sung, base metal case, stainless steel back. The clock works and keeps good time. In very good shape (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing)

Lovely bangle, Grade A, made of 100% lavender jade Chinese FuRong Jade, gift box provided, in excellent condition (no damaged noted), 2 5/8 inches in diameter, fits a small-medium wrist.

About 1 ¾ inch in length including the bail, with 3 oval bezel set open back genuine amber cabochons in three different colours, marked 925 in two spots and in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

Floral engraved scallop edge oval brooch about almost 1 1//2 x 1 1/8 inch, marked sterling with the letter B (Birks) in very good shape (no damage noted, just light surface ‘scratches’ on the back, pictures have been magnified for better viewing).

Very fancy Victorian pin, about 2 1/4 x 5/8 inches, over 100 years old in very good condition (no damage noted, normal antique wear, old back closure in working order, pin slightly crooked, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

This posing cat pendant is about 2 x ¾ inches, excluding the bail, is marked 925 (sterling), tail is added and is in very good condition (no damage noted).

About a size 8, top ¾ inch long, this ring displays an open work design of white, pink & gold silver set with marcasites, shank is almost ¼ inch wide, about 7.6 grams, marked 925 (sterling), and in very good condition (no damage noted, marcasites all there, pictures were enlarged for better viewing). This is a gorgeous ring you will enjoy wearing!

About 18 inches long, lapis lazuli necklace, set in sterling silver (has tested sterling using the appropriate acid test) ending with a nice drop with heart shaped pendant in very good shape (no damage noted, normal age appropriate wear, great visible gold pyrites).

Vintage Sterling Silver Amethyst Ring Mexico

About 1 1/8 x 1 inch excluding the jump ring bail, nice engraving surrounding the bezel set fire opal glass cab, marked Mexico Sterling with an illegible hallmark and is in very good condition (no damage noted).

Burmese, exquisitely hand carved with penetrating piercing. Seated Lord Buddha, Entwined by a serpent-dragon, the carving of which extends to fully encompass the piece, triangular in shape.Light celadon colour. Rare. Measures approx 7 cm high.

ery light earrings, about 1 1/8 inch long incl. ear wires, marked 925 (sterling), moonstone cabs are ½ inch long and in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures have been enlarged for better viewing).

The frame is from the late 1800's & is oval shaped in a convex glass frame. Photo of the lady is from the same period. Glass is undamaged. Some aging on the frame. Disregard camera flash.

Cinderella and the glass slipper 1946, The three little pigs 1948 with their story booklet, Bugs Bunny & Elmer Fudd the hunter 1951, and ft. 2, Hansel And Gretel 1946, all in very good shape (no damage noted)

Earrings, about 1 1/8 x ¾ inch, marked 925, with backs marked 925 as well, with a nice layered silver appliqué and a small oval turquoise cabochon, from the 1970s, in very good condition (no damage noted, please disregard camera reflections, light surface scratches).

Lovely embossed earrings, about 2 ¼ inches long including the ear wires, each featuring two bezel set small round lapis lazuli stones, have tested sterling silver using the appropriate acid test and at least 30 years old. In overall very good condition (no damage noted; earrings have been purposely oxidized; pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

An attractive floral tea pot. Would look nice with your cups & saucers displayed in your china cabinet. It is in very good condition & will hold 6 cups for an afternoon tea party. It is signed "Made in England by Sadler"

Cognac colour with some vegetative or insect inclusions, especially in smaller half spheres. Incised to reflect light. Believed locally to protect children. Worn by women who are expecting. Unusual baby shower gift.

Very pretty glazed white lovebirds, about 5 ¼ inches tall & 2 ¾ inches wide, perched on a leafy and floral branch, marked Royal Copenhagen with the crown Denmark, No. 402 by Theodor Madsen, 1902. In excellent condition (no damage noted, no chips, breaks, cracks or crazing).

Excellent condition

Collected 30 years ago. Dark Green colour. Wired for pendant, gold colour metal base.

One red and one grey, Portland Oregon, ready for your vintage reels in very good shape (no damage noted).

Light set: necklace about 15 inches long, with a 1 ¼ inch drop, liquid silver and tiny turquoise beads ending with cones (marked sterling) with the matching pierced earrings, about 2 ¾ inches long with cones (marked sterling), both in very good condition (no damage noted).

This unique piece stands about 13" tall. It is in a very rustic state showing age & wear. It is marked "Made in Egypt"

Tom Hannah began carving in the 1930's in Verdun Quebec. He was one of the 3 original Hannah brothers who became wood carving artists. This piece is well signed and in great vintage condition. It measures about 7" tall.

This solid concrete stone is a lovely way to memorialize your pet either in your garden or as a headstone. It measures approx 11" X 9" & has been stained midnight blue. The caption reads "Too Well Loved To Ever Be Forgotten" & it includes a place for a photo or a plaque.

12 beads. Irregular shapes/sizes/colour/tones. Some vegetation or insect inclusions. This amber is at least 22 million years old. Coin indicates size.

Finely carved by hand with intricate piercing "Peaches of Immortality" symbolism for a long & healthy life. Traditionally presented on birthdays, or to enhance recovery from illness. Over 30 years old. Unusual deep chicken-bone colour. Pierced for pendant.

Semi-opaque, vitreous lustre, provenance Burma. Hand carved in squash design. Collected 30 years ago. Unusual.

A gorgeous bracelet, adjustable to 7 ¼ inches, with bezel set oval clear topaz (5/8 x ½ inch), & two light amethyst round stones, fancy band on each side, marked 925 (sterling) ending with a T-bar closure, in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures have been enlarged for better viewing).

Very fancy, etched and beaded Victorian pin, about 2 x ½ inches, over 100 years old in very good condition (no damage noted, normal antique wear, old back closure in working order, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

all 3 in excellent condition

A framed landscape oil painting signed on the oil painting as well as having a small brass plate with the word MANCINI. The painting has some small areas of damage however it does not distract from the overall enjoyment of this attractive landscape done on canvas with oil paint. The frame also needs some restoration work but easily done. The measurements of the canvas is approximately 39 inches x 24 inches the frame with the canvas included is 45 inches x 30 inches. This attractive landscape would look nice over a sitting area or on a long wall needing a tranquil touch.

These signed Web Corbett crystal stemmed glasses are in excellent condition & all have the same pattern however four are one size & one is a different size. The matching four are 3.5" tall. The other is 4.5".

Photogravure showing detailed tone & intricate detail of subject matter:windmills, traditional houses, grazing cattle in the distance, reflections on water & grasses in the foreground. D. Appleton & Co. New York published the photogravure using original photonegatives of Goupil & Cie of Paris. Some stain/soil/frame scratches consistent with age. No hanging wire on nicely grained wood frame. Measures: 40 CM X 50 CM edge to edge of frame.

Single large bead, light cognac colour, incised in squash design - natural internal crazing or insect inclusions, from 22 million years ago: fascinating under magnification. Coin indicates size.

Burmese jade, pierced for pendants or shall travelling altar.

Amethyst chunk pendant with gold toned bail.

Exquisite border detail incorporating birds, flowers & foliage...then butterflies & wacky tailed animal/insects as one humorous being & large central Phoenix design. Central seam. 123 cm X 200 cm. Stained hole does not affect patterns. Other faded/worn/stained areas - see photos. Rare: spiritual significance. Indigo blue on off-white. Large segments are suitable for interior or clothing design, framing or hanging. See lot 375 description for batik process info.

Vintage brooch about 1 3/8 x 1 inch, with old back pin closure, very busy with organic inclusions, in very good shape (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

About a size 7 1/2, modernist 4 sided irregularly shaped front, elevated, set with green amethyst (enhanced) stone, with fancy triple band shank (1/4 inch wide), marked 925 (sterling), 9.7 grams, and in very good condition (no damage noted).

42w x 40h x 24 d. Some wear. From smoke & pet free home.

Very small pieces of wood of various colours form detailed geometric patterns bordering chess board, & inside backgammon board is highlighted with orange colour & large central pattern. Scratches & wear consistent with age - bits of filler missing from top & inlay missing from bottom edge of box. Measures 30.5 cm long, 15 cm wide & 5.5 cm high.

Bernese, various colours/sizes. With 7 hand knitted cord pieces. 24 count.

Deep gray/green rare colour. Burma finely handcrafted with "peaches of immortality" symbolism. Leaf detail on reverse. Appropriate for birthday presentation or pierced for pendant to promote health. Collected 30 years ago.

Hand carved with good detail. Light Celadon colour. Carving extends to reverse. Pierced for pendant.

Pretty scallop shaped bowl, about 5 ¾ inches across the top and 2 ¾ inches tall, with hand decorated feet, moriage edge, in subtle colours of light greyish/green, featuring 3 sail boats coming to shore under a cloudy sky. It has the green mark: Hand Painted Nippon, with the M in wreath design, i.e it was made in Japan before 1921. It is in very good shape with slight signs of wear normal to pieces 100+ years old (no damage noted, no chips, breaks or cracks). Nippon-marked porcelain tends to have a higher value than pieces marked Japan.

The cup is about 2 ¾ inches tall and 3 inches across the top, the saucer about 5 7/8 inches in diameter , and the creamer is about 3 ¼ inches tall. They both match, are yellow in colour, have gilded edges, and handles; both have a flower handle in pink & green and are marked Royal Winton, made in England. In very good shape (no damage noted, light crazing on the bottom of the plate, no chips breaks or cracks)

Versatile bracelet, about 6 7/8 inches long, almost ¼ inch wide, consisting of 7 links, ending with a push in clasp plus a loop-shaped safety catch (see pic). Three links are inlaid with malachite pieces, the other four are pierced with engraved scenes, and the underside also has engraved scenes. In overall very good shape (no damage noted).

About 7 ½ inches long, ¼ inch wide, ending with a lobster clasp marked 925 (sterling), in very good shape (no damage noted, light signs of wear).

About 7 ½ inches long, ½ inch wide, 4 oval jade cabochons prong set in gold tone metal interspaced with gold tone metal (not gold) open work links featuring Chinese symbols, ending with a spring ring clasp, in very good shape (no damage noted).

Very stylish pendant, about 1 3/8 inch excluding the bail, with round abalone insert which looks like the ocean and sky about 5/8 inch in diameter, marked STG (sterling) with an engraved critter, in very good condition (no damage noted, slight tarnish in small areas).

A large ring, size about 8 1/2, featuring an oval claw set malachite cabochon, with an open work filigree scroll design frame. The band is open at the back but stretching it is not recommended (it can be soddered). Although it looks chunky, an airy effect is created by the double shank. The front sits about 5/8 inch high from the finger; the ring has tested sterling silver using the appropriate acid test and is in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures were enlarged for better viewing, the brown you see is matrix, part of the stone and not a crack).

In excellent condition

An attractive green glass shoe with a kitten's head on the front edge of the top of the shoe. The pattern glass looks like hobnail. It is approx 5" long & 3" tall.

Fresh-water with variation in pearl colour/size/shape. Subtle Pink tone, glowing nacre, metallic push through closure. 56 count. Traditional for brides.

Sewn into a tube. From Northeast Thailand. Finely detailed Ikat. Numerous small sewing machine holes apparently from previous darts, one larger hole shown in masking tape. No other damage seen. Wear consistent with age. Collected as antique 30 years ago. 95cm X 166cm if spread or hung. Ikat: Villagers raised silkworms & spun, tie & dye threads in bundles repeatedly to form intricate works of wearable art. Burgundy & cerise colour with minute turquoise accents. Traditional geometric pattern.

From Thai/Laos border area.Finely detailed Ikat, traditional design on handspun silk.90 cm X 138 cm. Collected as antique 30 years ago. Rare condition - no damage or stains seen. Wear consistent with age. See lot 379 for Ikat technique description.

Provenance unknown. Three sections sewn together, each section 35 cm indicating backstray loom production. Indigo background with tones of blue/peach/pink. Minimum wear, no soiling/stains/holes seen. 105 cm X 102 cm

Contemporary bracelet about 7 ½ inches long, 3/8 inch wide, with claw set facetted oval carnelian quartz stones (chalcedony), adjustable, ending with a T-bar closure, marked 925 (sterling) on one loop and in very good shape (no damage noted, please disregard camera reflections).

Very stylish pendant, about 1 x ¾ inch with a 3/8 x ¼ inch turquoise cabochon; the bail is ½ inch long and can accommodate a beaded necklace. It is marked Mexico 925 (sterling) and is in very good shape (no damage noted, please disregard camera reflections, light surface scratches only seen under 10x magnification).

Lovely design, about a size 7 ½, 1.8 grams, top is about 3/8 inch wide, 4 oval turquoise stones in a saw tooth setting accented with tiny round silver beads. The ring tested sterling using the appropriate acid test and is in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures have been enlarged for better viewing).

Great filigree design of two birds pins, one tiny bird is 1 x 5/8 inch, marked 925 (sterling), the other larger one, wingspan is about 1 7/8 x 1 ¼ inch, partially marked 800 (lower silver content than sterling) with gold wash in some areas to create contrast and both are in very good condition (no damage noted, pictures are enlarged for better viewing).

About one inch long excluding the bail, very whimsical cat holding a crystal, marked 925 (sterling), in very good condition (no damage noted, the yellow mark you see is not there in reality and pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

About 1 ¾ x ¾ inch, and the tear drop stone (fluorite?) is about ¾ x ½ inch, this pendant is marked 925 (sterling) with two letters -Y, in very good condition (no damage noted, light tarnish, pictures were enlarged for better viewing).

Good condition

This is a lovely gold toned pin featuring a kangaroo with an inset Australian opal.The opal is naturally iridescent and has a wonderful play of colours. It is unmarked.

An Italian sterling necklace marked 925 with the herringbone pattern. It is 16" long.

Larger Baroque white pearl earrings, Pink pearl earrings, both with metal posts. Undrilled Burmese pearl collection - Baroque with pink, golden, nacre. 8 count.

Associated with authentic Buddhist practice or master monks blessings, protection, good fortune. Check the web for insightful Thai amulet documentaries.

Metal with patina. Provenance = Burma. 7" height.

Exquisite piece, pierced for pendant & over 30 years old. Celadon green. Handcrafted.

White finely handcrafted jade - Burma. Natural green variation of colour on left leg. Meditation mudra.

Guanyin, an East Asian deity and Bodhisattva is associated with compassion. Unusual gray/green colour. Fine hand carving. Pierced for pendant. Collected 30 years ago.

Very finely detailed indigo & a luminous combination of beige/white expertly executed to create depth in the design of traditional houses & phoenix/flowers with ropes of pearly circles separating individual medallions. High thread count cotton. Collected as antique 30 years ago. One small hole seen (framed by masking tape in photo) & dark brown diffuse staining. 102 cm X 248 cm. Spiritual significance. See lot 375 description for batik process info.

About 2 ¼ inches long, the pin is marked 9CT with the letters CBB and the horse shoe has seed pearls and is about ¼ x ¼ inch. It is in very good condition (no damage noted, small tarnish in some areas, no missing pearls and they are all intact, pictures have been enlarged for better viewing so check the measurements).

Excellent condition in original box as shown.

Some fading on a few & small chip on 1 cup

In very good condition.

A carved raccoon signed by R.F.McIlroy Made in Canada. A very nice piece to add to a collection of signed carved pieces. This piece stands 6.5" tall & the length of it is from nose to tail about 7".


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