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About 11 inches tall. Heavy. No signature or foundry mark found but made in the style of Faguays and similar. Bronze with brass or brass gilt finish accents.

Brand new with tags as shown; model and serial number shown.

Fits a queen bed. About 86 by 104 inches. Mint in like new condition. Appears not to have been used. Handmade, handquilted at about 6-8 spi in diagonal lines throughout.

Traces of original paint on carving and stand. Later hand carved wooden box. Shows age appropriate wear, paint loss and age. Width 2.9 in, Length 2.7 in, Height 7.7. Purchased from antiquities dealer in Japan.

Most likely French or Bohemian and hand beaded with glass beads c. 1890 in classic Art Nouveau style with ruched silk lining in good condition and unmarked silver frame with chain. Heavy for size. About 8 inches long. Excellent condition for age with a few missing or loose beads primarily at the top.

About 12 inches tall. Hallmarked twice with Mystic 9 points marks which can be an astrological or generational family reference mark. Pot dates to the 19th century. Quite heavy. Note: quite solid but has light wear and signs of use appropriate to age

Super warm and in excellent, clean condition, size fits to XL.

About 11 x 8 inches with original period gilt frame. Light wear to frame. Antique painting, would benefit from cleaning. Signed in LR. Kappes was born in Zanesville Ohio and studied in Germany where he developed a distinct impressionistic style. Also taught and was creative and artistic director of Weller Potteries for many years. Original paintings by Kappes sell well in the four figure range.

About 68 by 62 inches, brand new high quality throw blanket with $250 price tag still attached.

An oil on board painting of a Sussex sunset is titled "Barbed Wire and Barley". About 13 by 17 inches including frame, panel about 11 by 15 inches. Artist's sale stamp in LR. Franklin White was a teacher at the Slade School of Art for nearly 40 years and founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art. He worked in the circle, and was close friends, with Lucien Freud among other noted artists. Originally from Australia, he came to England in 1913. Work is held in the permanent collections of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's collection, The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, The Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, The Laing Gallery, Newcastle, and The National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne.

A post-impressionist landscape painting by listed artist, Franklin White. About 15 by 11 inches with artist's sale stamp and signature in LR. Franklin White was a teacher at the Slade School of Art for nearly 40 years and founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art. He worked in the circle, and was close friends, with Lucien Freud among other noted artists. Originally from Australia, he came to England in 1913. Work is held in the permanent collections of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's collection, The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, The Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, The Laing Gallery, Newcastle, and The National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne. Paper has rippling at bottom.

Wear and scratches to finish. Arranged with one taller cubby to hold taller items but shelves can be moved around to suit. There are extra shelf pins. About 63 inches tall by 32 wide each.

Genuine Michael Schumacher Ferrari Jacket in red suede. Marked size L. High quality Team Racing Apparel jacket in nearly new condition.

About 6 foot by 4 foot. Note: fragile item needs to be reinforced and shows considerable wear and tear from age and use; paint may be original

About 12 x 15 with frame; labeled verso as shown

Japanese pottery ware made over 800 years ago of unglazed pottery called Yama-Chawan. This was the Japanese "Kamakura" period from the last stage of the "Heian" period (1100-1300) mainly made in the SETO district (Aichi Prefecture). In the Japanese artistic sensibility, everyday objects are given the highest aesthetic value as part of the tradition of Wabi-Sabi. Bowls such as these, with their very simple construction and slightly misshapen lines, are thought to exemplify the epitome of Japanese artistic expression. Shows wear and repair appropriate to age, excavation and use over nearly a millennia. Purchased from an antiquities dealer in Japan. Width 5.3 in, Length 5.2 in, Height 2.2 in

Signed in the LR as shown. About 18 by 14 inches framed.

A watercolour study about 13 by 11 inches by listed artist, Franklin White. Signed with artist's stamp in LR. Light foxing and toning of paper. Franklin White was a teacher at the Slade School of Art for nearly 40 years and founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art. He worked in the circle, and was close friends, with Lucien Freud among other noted artists. Originally from Australia, he came to England in 1913. Work is held in the permanent collections of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's collection, The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, The Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, The Laing Gallery, Newcastle, and The National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne.

Like new condition, appears never to have been worn. Very generous size large.

Outside has an antique finish. Handmade wooden lift top vanity table about 28 inches tall. Inscribed on bottom. Note: wear, one loose board inside.

Chair has an antique finish and woven seat and back with a bit of a rustic "salvaged" style. Chair is quite large and very sturdy. Solid wood frame with carved details. About 26 inches widest seat width. Seller was given this chair and told it was from Restoration Hardware originally but cannot confirm or authenticate that. One strap of woven material on the back could be replacement.

Fresh-Water Fishes by Juraj Holcik and Jozef Mihalik printed in 1968, a stated first Edition. It has 56 finely detailed color plates and is a Spring books edition. Note that the cover and spine show light rubbing and wear. No jacket.

A pair of king sized tapestry brocade pillow shams, a velvet and brocade table runner with beaded tassels and a very long tapestry and satin table runner, all brand new, unused, the velvet runner having its original $60 price tag. Note: does not include pillow forms inside shams

Very hard to find these with the lid intact. This one is in good condition. About 5 inches tall with lid.

Basket marked Bassano, Made in Italy, about 8 inches long. Royal Winton double leaf dish about 10 inches long.

A very clean copy of a 1st Edition, 2nd State printing of James and Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Jacket is in very good condition with a small tear at the spine and a few markings; book is near mint.

Starting out deep blue at the top and shading to green at the bottom. Not marked but distinctive modernist shape. About 10 inches tall.

Painting about 14.5 x 14 inches, mounted slightly askew on a card which is inscribed Derwent Water on the bottom. Painting signed in the LL. Keith Burtonshaw (1930-2008) was a self-taught artist, influenced by Constable, Gainsborough and Reynolds. Watercolour was his principal medium, but he also worked in oil, and occasionally graphite and pastel. He was a member of the British Watercolour Society, the London Sketch Club, the United Society of Artists, the National Society of Painters, and Bromley Art Society. He also exhibited at the Royal Society of Marine Artists, and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in London.

A drawing in red crayon or pencil of a seated woman by listed artist, Franklin White. Drawing about 15 by 11 inches with artist's sale stamp and signature LL. Slightly creased and minor toning and foxing of paper. Dated 1961. Franklin White was a teacher at the Slade School of Art for nearly 40 years and founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art. He worked in the circle, and was close friends, with Lucien Freud among other noted artists. Originally from Australia, he came to England in 1913. Work is held in the permanent collections of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's collection, The British Museum, The Victoria and Albert, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, The Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, The Laing Gallery, Newcastle, and The National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne.

About 8 inches tall.

About 72 by 105 inches. Very clean, appears to be new but no tags.

Primarily intended for borders. Have an interesting sculptural look on their own but also good for use on fabrics, handmade papers, etc. Some have wear from use. Smallest only about 1 inch long.

About 90 inches long by 21 at the tightly pleated top opening up to 52 inches wide at the bottom, each. Heavily pleated and mostly hand stitched. Butter yellow silky-satin damask brocade lined with white cotton. Some wear as expected for age but good condition overall.

About 24 inches tall and having a hand molded gilded iron? rose centre bottom. Note: metal is heavy and solid but not 100% certain if iron or other metal.

About 26 inches long with scoop. Very heavy. With original weights and balance and original extra large brass scoop. Original red paint in good condition (some wear and loss - see photos). Posts need to be replaced in sockets (see photos), otherwise good working order.

About 6 by 4 inches image size. Pencil signed LR and inscribed The Lock, LL. Note: matting on top of etching is torn but etching itself is in very good condition

About 82 inches. Heavily encrusted with glass crystals and gold wire thread and beads all over. Quite heavy. Shows light wear only.

About 30 inches tall by about 24 square. Wear to finish but sturdy. Gracefully tapered feet in Hepplewhite style.

About 8 inches tall. All parts seem to be moving in good working order.

A modernist landscape painting showing a small group of houses clustered at the foot of the Laurentians. About 20 by 17.5 inches with frame. Much in the manner, style and period of Anne Savage 1896-1971, a Canadian painter and art teacher known for landscapes. Savage was a lifelong friend of Arthur Lismer, hence her distinctive "Group of Seven" approach to painting. Painting came from T. Eaton which in the period had a very good fine art department and Savage was known to sell there, however this painting is not signed and its provenance, other then that it came from Eatons, is not clearly known.

About 20 x 26 inches with frame, signed in LR. Isobel Lindsay was an Ontario artist who was head of the Fine Art department at E.H. King Collegiate in Scarborough in the 1950s.

Antique refinished at one time with gold accents. About 32 inches tall by 38 wide. Came out of old Mr. Frank's Assembly Room (Montreal) Dressing Room. Antique item shows wear; unfinished back.

Minor wear, rubbing, etc.

About inches. Antique items used outdoors show wear appropriately. May vary slightly from panels shown.

About 46 inches wide by 5 yards with salvage, red ground with green accents and heavy gold brocade embroidery, reversible; paisley border at one end. Can be worn either side out. Salvage ends have some wear.

Black and white images of famous literary figures such as Maya Angelou, Tom Wolfe and others. Light rubbing and wear to jacket.

About 29 by 25 inches. Watercolour and ink on artist's paper. Some rippling, toning and foxing of paper, in particular to right. Frame is modern. Fauvism is the style of les Fauves (French for "the wild beasts") who were a group of early twentieth-century European modern artists whose work was deliberately in contrast to realism.

Soap dish with slogan, Have you a Little Fairy in Your House? Advertising Fairy Soap, circa 1890. About 4.5 inches diameter. Wear as shown.

Elaborate and very heavy. Note: Antique items used outdoors, show wear.

About 38 by 64 inches. Came out of an old Clarington church.

Sampler motifs, stylized florals and foliate in the Dutch manner popular in England during the period. About by inches. Very finely woven, yet very strong, and cool to the touch (signs of early linen). Intact and in good condition as a fragment of a very early piece of English Linen Drawnwork. Originally part of a large bed hanging or curtain. Purchased from Bonhams Textiles Auction in London about 10 years ago.

Lining has a couple of watermarks.

About 26 inches tall in three sections that fit onto one another. Very heavy. Small chip to foot but otherwise excellent antique condition. Has been kept indoors for most of its long life.

Books are near mint. Box has wear. Nicely illustrated copies of children's classics.

About 14 inches long. Heavy. Not marked but is either Murano or Chalet glass.

Wear and rubbing of spine and cover.

Very solid and very heavy with very high quality brass hardware. Actual finish colour slightly darker then shown. Wear to finish and small nicks here and there from use but good condition overall.

About 66 x 29 inches. Note: wear

About 5 yards long by 42 inches wide. Teal fabric heavily embellished with large crystal beads, silver wire thread and sequins. Some stains noted near bottom of hem and possible loss of a few sequins but good condition overall.

About 22 x 34 inches. Antique/vintage item shows minor wear

Fendi marked bag has wear and missing stitches to handles, Wallets are like new, English bag is vintage but in like new condition aside from a small bite to the shoulder strap.

About 6 inches tall with lid.

Electric, made by Char Broil, Used twice; includes instructions. Also includes a cover made by weber. 

Light wear and rubbing of jacket.

About 34 by 28 inches. Label on back, signed LL in original gilt and velvet frame. Dated 1951. Seller purchased at auction recently then realized painting was larger then space intended to hang it.

Canadian Terra Cotta with sunshine yellow glaze on top half. About 8 inches diameter. Appears to be in unused, like new, condition

No key for lock; replacement keys can be purchased online and at Louis Vuitton. Travel bag is like new and still has remains of plastic protecting hanger. Lock and tag show light wear. Seller confirms these are authentic Louis Vuitton.

Smaller about 16 x 8 in frame. Appear to be similar subjects and by the same artist but are not signed. Wear to original period frames; very small area of paint loss to larger piece just above tree line.

Dovetailed corner, missing handle, label inside. Some veneer lifting, other wear. About 14 by 11.5 inches.

Tallest piece is 14 about inches tall.

About 10 inches tall.

Large smooth pontil. About 6 inches tall sommerso glass vase, probably Swedish glass but not marked.

Note: Chair only, other items not included. Antique item used outdoors shows some wear. Distressed look is part of its vintage charm.

About 14 inches diameter. Excellent condition for age with a few minor scratches to green surface visible.

Signed as shown. About 7 inches diameter.

About 8 inches tall.

Eight books in total. Series considered a definitive journal of art collecting. Note: light wear

About 12 x 14 with frame, signature in LR.

Light wear and small tears to jacket. Full colour plates of woodcuts from Japan during the Edo period.

Antique miniature watercolour portrait on a very thin sheet of celluloid depicting a lady in 16th Century courtier's robes with damage to one corner as shown; can be cropped to hide corner. Also minor wear and paint loss normal for age. About 3 inches by 2.5 inches irregular.

Some wear and losses. About 6.5 by 4 by 10 inches and having a marbled paper lining in good condition. Some wear and losses to straw work.

With original cork still inserted (in poor condition). Jar about 2.5 inches tall in good condition. Marked as shown.

About 20 inches long. Dusty. Good condition.

About 12 x 14 with frame. Signed in LL with initial, PJB. Appears to be a mix of oil and watercolour or gouache on paper.

About 30 by 24 inches in frame. Signed in LR, inscribed with title verso. Label from gallery framers.

A Japanese painting book called a Gacho, circa 1930. There are 12 ink sketches, including honey bees, a carp fish, a tortoise, ginko leaves, etc. This is likely the book of an apprentice in scroll painting. Minor wear.

A Japanese painting book called a Gacho, circa 1930. There are 12 ink sketches, including a galloping horse, a carp fish, two life figures, etc. This is likely the book of an apprentice in scroll painting. Minor wear.

Circa 1920. About 36 by 17 inches. Some wear to fringe end, small stains.

About 42 inches square. Quite good condition with small breaks and a few marks.

About 15 inches long. Very small flea bite to back of crest.

About 20 by 16 inches with frame. Signed and dated LR. Period frame. Light wear to frame. Influenced by Cubism, Precisionism's main themes were of industrialisation and the modernization of the American landscape, the structures of which were depicted in precise, sharply defined geometrical forms such as this line of cannery factories.

Pineault hat trimmed in white fur, Pintemps Made in Italy for the French fashion market with blue ribbon (note: actual colour darker then close-up) and Brown wool hat with feather trim, all in excellent condition.

14 prints in the Abrams book. Front cover counts as one print. Note: toning of paper and pages loose for framing. Antique Journals have minor wear.

Sencha teapot of Japanese Shigaraki ware circa 1920. Sencha is a type green tea used during the Japanese tea ceremony. A Sencha tool has high social status in Japan and Shigaraki is the pottery of the Shiga Prefecture in Japan. It is one of the six oldest pottery makers in Japan. Note: has wear and small chips appropriate to age and use. Width 4.2 in, Length 4.1 in, Height 3.3 in

Marked as shown. Unusual glaze for Denby.

Note: all in as found condition. Small bottles about 3 inches tall.

About 7 inches tall. Rough pontil as shown.

Incense case (KOGO) of Japanese Kyoto pottery made about 1920 by a master potter in tea ware. With typical Japanese artistic whimsy it depicts a wide eyed shrimp resting atop a large clam shell. Kyoto pottery was considered the epicenter of tea ware manufacturing in Japan and only the very best artisans produced wares at the time. This one features the most beautifully executed shrimp on a tiny clamshell and is hand painted with gold leaf detail on the interior of the case. Width 2.4 in Length 2.0 in Height 1.2 in

About 17 by 15 inches. Gilt over antique white paint.

About 24 inches tall. Light wear to finish.


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