Palgrave (Ontario, Canada) SELLER MANAGED Estate Sale Online Auction - Adjala Concession Road 2

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Antique Oil on Board Landscape by P. Gaugin measuring 20 1/2" x 16 1/2".

Antique Impressionist Oil on Board floral painting of Zinnias - signed but illegible. Measuring 28" wide x 30" high. In very good condition.

Jugenstil pewter and ceramic Tobacco Jar and Jugenstil ceramic and reciprocated brass tray. Jar measures 6" high x 4" wide. Has chip (see pic). Tray measures 8" deep x 12 1/2" wide x 2" high. Has one replacement foot.

18th c. maple Postmasters desk measuring 40" wide x 73" high x 22" deep. One piece of trim missing on top (see pic) otherwise in very good condition. Rich patina.

Fonderie de L'Islet Salesman Sample of Chromed Cast Cookstove measure 8 1/2" high x 5" wide. In excellent condition.

WW1 Bronze Trench Art Vase measuring 10 1/4" high x 3" wide. In very good condition.

Pair of cast aluminum reproduction post lamps measuring 40" tall which does not include globe size. Globes are 12" wide and made of plastic. See Lot 3 for matching Wall Sconces. Wiring in excellent condition.

Large pair French antique brass andirons Chenets 18th C. Beautifully detailed measuring 22" high x 22" long.

Pair of Cast Aluminum Reproduction Wall Sconces measuring 12" high x 12" wide x 17" deep (not including globe size). Globes measure 12" wide and are made of plastic. Wiring in excellent condition. See Lot 2 for matching post lamps.

A rare find! Original 1930's coated photograph on board of Irma Wright - Canada's Premier Speed Typist. Cardboard backed. In good vintage condition. Some staining in the bottom right corner - see pics. Blue-Eyed Mistress of the Keys At 157 words a minute, Irma Wright was the nation's fastest The year 1928.

Teodoro Sebelin (1890-1975). Measuring 13" high x 7" across. A couple minor chips in flowers and post is damaged on one (see pic) otherwise in very good condition. Both in good working order. 1890-1975 "Teodoro Sebelin, son of the Ceramist Nicola, was born in Nove, in the province of Vicenza, 29 April 1890. Descendant of a family of potters, after his studies at the local school of design, pupil of Francesco Troyer, forms at the manufactures "Antonibon", "G. B. Viero" and "Agostinelli & Dal Pra". In 1921, after having collaborated with the sculptor and ceramist Luigi Fabris, founded, together with Sebastiano Zanolli and Alessandro Zarpellon, already with him companions in the Great War, the plant for the production of artistic ceramics "Zanolli, Sebelin and Zarpellon" where deals mainly with the creation of the original models, many of them in style novecentista.

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