Port Hope (Ontario, Canada) SELLER MANAGED Downsizing Online Auction - Pine Street North

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About 22.5 by 18 inches. Signed as shown. Gallery framed. Biro was an eccentric artist who lived in Britain and worked in the circle of (and was friends with) Lucien Freud. Painting is titled: Snow Fence in Storm.

About 29 inches tall by 29 inches wide. Very heavy for size. Patination, scuffs and wear of leather visible in photos as appropriate to age and use. Signed on both feet as shown.

One size.

About 20.5 by 22.5 inches in later frame. Slight toning to Tammy cloth ground, otherwise very bright and colourful Berlin work. Purchased at Brimfield's antique show and sale about ten years ago.

About 11 inches tall. Heavy. Includes inner ring. Wear as visible.

Two runners about 42 by 15.5 inches.

About 15 by 12 inches with frame. Signed and numbered 63/500 as shown. Krumel is an American artist widely recognized for her depictions of wildlife and nature.

About 38 by 35 inches. Wear to frame as shown. Signed in the LR as shown. Turquand was a very well respected Ontario artist who worked in the circle of (and was good friends with) Anne Savage and others in the ranks of Canada's best.

Some wear and a few scratches on bottom. Labels as shown. Serial/Style No. reads: No. D1384-F24065 . About 13 inches wide across bottom.

About 16 inches tall. Very clean despite being +/-50 years.

About 10.5 inches tall. Not signed but possibly Frank Dettman as it is similar to other work of this artist

About 10 inches diameter. Large smooth pontil as shown. Not signed.

Large magnetic Savannah '&' sign about 27 inches tall, NWT. Distressed appearance intentional. CDs and books and other decor items as visible in photo. Instax Fujifilm camera looks newer, but not tested, battery door is noted not to close tightly. Rag rug consists of two runners sewn together to make one. Has light wear.

$400 retail on this set. New in original box. 16 pieces total. Note: Pieces were taken out of box for photos only. Set has never been unpacked or used. May have small surface scratches from being packed up in box.

Wear and paint loss as visible. About 15 inches diameter.

About 38 inches tall. Cracks, chips, breaks as consistent with age which is -/+ 200 years. Gilding shows wear. Uncertain of materials used as jewels. He is most unusually depicted as a young monk wandering as an aesthete in search of enlightenment.

About 20 by 16 inches. Signed in the LR as shown and dated 1951. Unsure of artist but this painting is a masterwork of American Realist painting of this period.

Approximately knee length. Tags as shown. Marked size 12.

About 7 inches tall.

Includes all pieces shown. Tea pot is about 7 inches tall without lid. Exceptional decoration in good condition. Marked with numbers only.

About 33 by 26.5 inches. Signed in the LL. Camacho has been named as the artist to watch in Southwest Art Magazine.

Light wear, scratches as visible in photos. Pot is about 7 inches tall, with wear as visible. No lid.

Includes teacup, 2 saucers, salt and pepper and serving dish.

About 19 inches tall. Marked as shown. This looks like porcelain but seller is not sure if it's another type of pottery. It is handpainted with gilt details.

About 7.5 inches tall. Not signed, but is a work designed by Seguso for Murano. Smooth pontil as shown.

About 36.75 by 19.75 inches. On hangar with original label as shown. One side slight fading. Mary McCabe is acknowledged by many as one of the best Navajo weavers alive.

About 20.5 by 16 inches. Some toning and foxing of paper and other wear consistent with age. COA as shown on the back of the print.

About 11 inches tall. Signed and numbered as shown.

Tags came off, but are included with bag. About 12 inches wide measured across bottom.

About 39 by 29.5 inches without fringe.

Bowed neck. About 16 inches tall and very heavy for size. Smooth pontil. Note: small fissure hairlines in white interior glazing at mouth do not show on the exterior. See photos.

Not signed. About 7.5 inches tall. Rough pontil as shown.

Seller used as an island in a small kitchen. Very sturdy. About 29.75 inches tall by about 27 x 26 inches table top. Shabby chic finish.

About 12 inches tall and heavy for size. Not signed, but this is probably Murano Art Glass with the gilt detailing in the swirls. Glass has bubbles consistent with art glass. Pontil has been smoothed over with the exception of a tiny bubble just off centre visible in photo.

About 12 inches tall. Patina and wear consistent with age.

About 15.5 inches wide. Note cracking on side visible in photos consistent with nature of material and age.

Lot of 4. Not signed.

Fit about a size 8.5/9. Worn only twice, so overall in good condition. Red soles. Scuffs to bottoms, light wear.

About 6 inches tall with stopper. Note stopper as shown. Rough pontil. Not signed.

About 19 inches wide. Very clean and good colour etc., for age.

About 4.5 inches tall. Signed and dated. Pontil as shown.

About 6 inches tall including stopper. Etched signature on bottom as shown.

About 18.5 by 23 inches. Wear consistent with age and use.

About 18 by 12 by 9 inches. Hand hooked rug cover.

Royal Albert, Paragon and other fine china teacups with saucers.

Larger about 19 by 16 inches with frame. The street scene appears to be signed with initials in the LL, but very indistinctly. No signature on the boat scene but it appears to be by the same artist and is framed the same way.

Larger 9 inches wide at bottom. Smaller has chain. Wear and discolouration consistent with vintage.

About 5.5 inches tall at back. Heavy for size.

About 41 by 120 inches. Original vintage fabric from the late 40s/early 50s.

Mill about 4.5 inches tall.

About 8 inches tall. Not signed. Rough pontil as shown.

About 4.5 inches tall. Rough pontil. Not signed.

About 6.5 inches tall. Not marked. Pontil as shown.

About 33 by 28.5 inches with frame.

About 14.5 inches wide. Note cracking on side visible in photos consistent with nature of material and age.

About 19.5 inches tall. Unsure if working; has not been tested, however central glass and cords, etc. are all intact.

About 9 inches diameter.

With original label as shown. About 5 inches tall. Smooth pontil.

About 6 inches tall. Not signed. Smooth pontil.

About 6.5 inches tall. Not signed. Pontil as shown.

Tallest about 5.75 inches tall. Not signed. Rough pontils as shown.

About 8 by 6.5 inches. In later gallery frame from Eatons.

About 8 by 6.5inches. In later gallery frame from Eatons. Note: small tear to pith above lady's head.

Never used. Label as shown on four of them. About 6.25 inches tall.

About 29 by 26 inches. Gallery framed. Note: extensive wear, toning, fragility of paper ground. Tears/small holes in background noted. Drawing is beautifully done by a master in the French Romantic style, but may also be American. Dated 1871 and indistinctly signed in the LR

About 5.75 inches diameter.

These were wedding gifts in the seller's family. About 20 by 14 inches.

About 7.5 inches long. Wear and losses as visible in photos.

Teacup and saucer.

Installed for hanging but works just as a serving bowl! Light wear consistent with age as visible in photos. About 15 inches wide. Marked as shown.

Not signed. 5 in this lot.

About 15.25 inches diameter and about inches 29 long, with handle. Shown beside a beer bottle sized bottle for perspective on the size. Has original lid. Is very heavy for size. Maker's name not indicated anywhere, but was used by a professional chef in a restaurant, most likely in France as it is almost certainly of French industrial origin, circa 1900. (Seller found it awesome to make paella in as well!) Has some wear and dings as would be expected in a pan of this vintage!

About 16 inches wide with glass over Chinese Silk insert as shown. Wear and breaks to wicker as visible in photos.

Marked as shown. Appears unused. 7 inches tall minus stopper.

Seem to be generally in good shape, but see photos for condition as seller does not know how to grade comics! Most are in plastic sleeves or covers.

Bowl is about 5.5 inches wide. Lid does not match bowl and is for a larger pottery crock, but they look nice together so seller included it.

Blanket about 46 by 52 inches. Blanket has pilling.

Mounted onto boards and wrapped in plastic which was done for moving purposes some years ago. Wear, foxing, toning and striation of paper, one extensive (note: this can be repaired by cleaning) as shown. Although in somewhat rough shape, these lithos, in particular the transport Litho, are designated as "rare" by the Texas History University at Arlington Library. Each about 18 x 30 inches.

Large bowl about 9.5 inches diameter. Some signed. Bust is sculpted from clay but appears not to have been fired.

Original frames show wear. Original labels from 1940s. Each about 31 by 11.75 inches. One picture has damage/loose pieces that need regluing (see photos).

About 6.25 inches tall. Five glasses in this lot.

Stools about 28 inches tall. Have wear and old stickers as visible. Came out of an old saloon/bar in Toronto. Chair needs to be re-seated.

About 3.5 inches long. Heavy for size. Metal is pewter. Indistinctly signed with initials and dated 1971 on the reverse. Piece is Danish in origin. Was originally one of a pair of pendants with lot 108

About 3 inches long. Heavy for size. Metal is pewter. Indistinctly signed with initials and dated 1971 on the reverse. Piece is Danish in origin. Was originally one of a pair of pendants with lot 107.

Floor length, very small size. Note some snagging of material under arms where sheer fabric has caught sequins. Other minimal wear as expected. See photos.

In very clean, good condition. About 9.5 inches long brim to brim, front to back.

About 7 inches long with original plastic bag wrapper as shown.

Extensive wear to cover and spine as visible. Toning and foxing of pages. Illustrated.

Taller 2.5 about inches tall. Smaller, The Heiress. Can't read name on larger. Wear as visible in photos.

About 4 inches tall. Not signed but is a work designed by Seguso for Murano. Smooth pontil as shown.

About 4 inches wide. Signed indistinctly. Rough pontil as shown.

About 6 inches tall. Not signed, but is Scandinavian, most likely Swedish. Smooth pontil.

About 5.5 inches tall. Not signed or marked with the Chalet logo, but this is Chalet. Heavy for size. Smooth pontil.

About 5.25 inches tall with stopper. Rough pontil. Indistinctly signed.

About 27 by 51 inches. Signed in the lower right as shown. Appears never to have been used as a floor covering.

About 19.5 inches tall. Beveled glass mirror. Bottom lift door. Hole at top was to accommodate large glass coffee bean jars. This is one of a pair with lot 28. This one has JAVA in stencil outlined on the drawer. JAVA was part of a coffee name, JAPAN JAVA, not a designation. Seller covered top with a piece of granite and used as a side table. Wear consistent with age and use.

About 19.5 inches tall. Beveled glass mirror. Bottom lift door. Hole at top was to accommodate large glass coffee bean jars. This is one of a pair with lot 28. This one has JAPAN in stencil outlined on the drawer. JAPAN was part of a coffee name, JAPAN JAVA, not a designation. Seller covered top with a piece of granite and used as a side table. Wear consistent with age and use.

About 31 by 24.5 inches. Wear consistent with age and use. Some chips and breakages but seller has some of the extra pieces for re-gluing if buyer wishes to repair. See photos.

Tablecloth about 54 by 50 inches. Small repairs noted on the tablecloth, see photos, and small stains on one napkin. Includes tray cloth, four napkins and tablecloth.

About 4 inches tall. Not signed. 8 in this lot.


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