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Large Bronze Sculpture. Very well detailed carving on hands and face. Sits on onyx base. 21 x 19.5 high. Note very heavy.

Circa 1970, Sparrow with amphora shell Art Sculpture Signed by Gabriella Binazzi. This artist uses shells from Indian Ocean and applies Sterling silver, silver plate and brass to accent the piece. 6 h

Original oil on board by Impressionist artist, signed F. Ellis Dated 1981. 31x18

The Star Trek Commemorative Chess set was Produced by the Franklin Mint for Star Trek 25th anniversary in 1991. The pieces were produced in pewter, plated in either 24 karat gold or sterling silver and placed on crystal hexagonal base. The board doubles as the storage case for the pieces.

Royal Albert bone china, pink roses with flowers ,thin gold trim, discontinued. Actual date 1975-1990 Total 51 pcs.

Moorcroft hibiscus bowl 6 inch dia.

Incense holder, Asian dragon motif, approx. 6.5 x 6.5. Tri-footed completely encircled with dragons.

Herend porcelain figurine hand painted art deco. 9.5x8

Chintz Royal Winton Bedali Pattern dessert set. Gold trim, 30 pcs.

This lot of tea cups will include name brands such as Paragon, Royal Grafton, Ansley, Royal Albert, Royal Stafford.

Large navy blue, gold accent ceramic planter with ornate stand. 17x17

Bone china cup and saucer Paragon, Ansley, Royal Albert, Tuscan, and more, 14 pieces

Large still life original painting on canvas by Hungarian artist LEHNER. 35x23

Cranberry glass Bohemian by Moser with high relief flower with gold, hand painted. Complete set for ice wine.

Lithograph by MIRO. Image size 10×8.

From the House of Igor Carl FABERGE champagne glasses, called The Snow Dove. Signed. Complete set of 6.

Original Oil on Canvas. Aging is apparent on the slight crackling of the pigment. Signature illegible. Note: a small tear on upper canvas between sky and cloud. Needs to be reframed. Measures 26 x 36

Complete set of 8 Community Cutlery, includes large serving spoons by Heritage Silversmith. With original box.

Seven bone china cup and saucer. Royal Albert, Paragon, Hammersley, Royal Grafton, and more.

Large green amber pendant necklace with matching earing. Green amber is a completely natural variation of Baltic amber. Green is a more rare than brown.

Cobalt Blue, Copeland Spode. Wild bird series set of two, hand painted. 10x10

7 cup and saucers, Paragon, Coalport, Wedgwood and Royal Albert, and more.

Made in England, fine bone china, Aynsley. Fruit, signed D Jones. Aysley cup and saucer.

34 Pieces Minton bone china set. 1tea pot Salt and pepper shaker 1 cake plate 3 deep serving dishes 8 dinner plates 8 luncheon plates 6 dessert plates 6 sherbet dessert dishes

The Novels and other Works of Lyof N. Tolstoi. Published by Charles Scribner's Son's Year 1899. Note: every first page has the name of previous owner.

Two vintage urns. 15x11, and 12x5

Vintage original red enamel Swarovski crystal bracelet.

Long Native sterling silver and turquoise natural stone necklace. Measures approx. 17 in length. Could also double as a belt for a small waist. 34 L when outstretched.

Natural Native turquoise stone silver bracelet with attached ring. As well as a second natural turquoise stone and silver bracelet

Porcelain, large charger, hand painted of a goddess.15x14 Unsigned

Pair of vintage wall sconce with smokey tear drop crystal ornaments. Untested

Surrealism abstract original painting by Quebec artist signed Owen Leo Johnson, one of his early paintings 10x15

Brooklin Ontario Harlander Pottery by Theo and Susan.12x12

Cranberry glass with applied 24 carat gold. Decanter, five glasses and a vase.

Swarovski Crystal Watch. Swiss movement with original box and certificate. Untested

Dessert plates and serving dishes includes pedestal cake stand, 7 pcs total.

Old Print of Napoleon Bonaparte. Paul de Laroche 1845. Note: water stain on bottom

Three original acrylic painting signed Mendoza. Each measure 22×14.5

Shelley Dainty white fine bone china demitasse, white and gold, made in England. 8 pieces. Note: tea pot has damaged

Lithograph First copy. 1 of 100 limited edition. Artist pencil, signed unreadable 21x16

Pair of table lamps with marble base, hand painted. 32 high original shade.

Vintage 3D Pictures, Star Wars and Star Trek limited edition customizable Card Game

Multi sets of china, including tea pot, two set creamer, two sugar bowls and demitasse, cup and saucer. 17pcs in Total.

Oil on canvas painting by Vernon de Beauvoir Ward. 1905-1985. 17 ×23

Crystal cranberry pink bowl 4x10. Flower Vase 9x7.

Dark Green Murano with bubbles copper splatter. Unsigned 14 inch tall.

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign Button, with ribbon. Note: ribbon shows age.

Hand painted cake stand Porcelain de France, Dresden plate and Shumann bowl.

Made in Germany, Paul Muller hand painted demitasse and cut crystal. 15 pieces total.

Original hand painted European Icon on canvas. 7.5 × 5

Artist proof etching pencil, signed illegible, 7x5

Large Minton bowl, bone china made in England, Asian motif, dessert plates, makers initial Rd number 12256

Six demitasse, four by Copeland, one Hammersley and one Ansley.

Blue background, multicolored enamel European icon. Signed with initial, measurements for image without frame is approx. 4.5 x 4.75

Artist wood cut, titled Like Father Like Son's. Pencil signed illegible. 22×16 Note: frame has some scratch.

Original water color painting, glass framed. Unreadable signature. 16×13 Note: scratch on the edge of a frame.

Vase and urn, set of three. Each measures 11 inches high. Unsigned.

Pencil crayon original art. Signature illegible. 7x12

Signed water color painting dated and signed unreadable 18x23, Note: scratch on frame.

Six individual paintings on canvas, signed Tim Healey. Dated from 1958 to 1963. 16x21

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