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An archive of Sold items at Bernardi’s Antiques – Toronto.
Antiques & Vintage Toronto – Mount Pleasant Village.
French Antique Furniture. English Antique Furniture.
English & French Porcelains Toronto. Sterling Silver. Silver Plated Items.
Bronzes. French Clocks.
A beautifully carved bust of a woman made from marble, with a nice aged patina. This Italian bust is signed by the artist and dates circa 1910. The woman features a pleasant face with with long hair that has been partially covered by a head scarf, and finely dressed in a loose fitted robe.
Signed: A. Capanini (circa, 1910.)
Measures: 18 inches high x 11 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. (Minimal surface scratches from wear and age. Aged patina in the marble.)
A beautiful vintage ‘Lalique Bull Paper Weight’, in clear and frosted crystal glass, dates 20th century. The frosted bull figurine stands on a rectangle clear base, with original ‘Lalique’ sticker on front, and etched signature ‘Lalique, France’ inscribed on bottom.
Marked: Lalique. France.
Measures: 3 1/2 inches tall x 4 inches long (2 inches in width.)
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A painted portrait on porcelain in a beautiful Italian gilt wood frame. Painting features a portrait of Guido Reni’s portrait of “Beatrice Cenci as Cumaean Sybill”
Unmarked. Most likely German, circa 1890-1900.
Frame Measures: 10 inches in length x 8 inches wide.
Porcelain Measures: 5 7/8 inches in length x 3 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A hand painted French table with a large hand painted scene of a French courting couple on top surface and small vignettes on all 4 sides over a gold background. Mounted with bronze decorative hardware on 4 legs and trim.
Measures: 30 inches tall x 31 inches wide (23 1/2 inches deep)
A beautiful Cranberry Art Glass Epergne/ Centre-Piece with 3 trumpet horns and 2 hanging baskets – the glass sparkles beautifully under a light, Victorian period circa 1860.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. ( Minimal wear from use and age.)
Crystal Wine Glasses in ‘Lady Hamilton’ Gold Collection Pattern By Moser
Sold separately – several available for purchase.
A glass that is bold, yet beautiful in the ‘Lady Hamilton’ gold collection pattern by Moser. The glass is a simple cut and delicate flower design with stem and pedestal. The glass is a lovely well-balanced combination of style and elegance with it’s world renowned design and shape by Moser.
A stunning glass to enjoy when taking the time to share the little moments to wine, or dine.
Moser is a renowned lead-free crystal manufacturer from 1857- present, it is one of the most collected for decorative glass and stemware in the 20th century, based in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic (Karlsbad in Bohemia, Austria-Hungary).
Measures: 6 1/2 inches in height.
Marked: In white on the bottom, Moser mark.
There are 9 wine glasses available. Each glass is sold separately.
Excellent Condition: No chips.
A rare, beautiful large opalescent charger by René LALIQUE titled “Roscoff” which was first designed in 1932. The large charger is actually a shallow bowl – the pattern having fish heads encircling as a border with bubbles surrounding. The piece is signed “R. Lalique” in the middle of the bowl. The piece can be commonly found as a clear bowl, but the blue opalescence makes this piece truly exquisite and rare.
Measures: 14 inches diameter
signed: R. Lalique, France
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A fine ‘Vintage Cut Glass Square Base Wine Glasses – dating early 20th century. Each is beautifully designed and hand-crafted, with a elaborate ‘criss-cross and petal’ pattern on the body, completed with a intricate stem and square base design. These striking glasses, would make a perfect impact at your next gathering (glasses are limited).
Marked : No mark. (possibly unmarked ‘Edinburgh Crystal’ )
Measures: 5 3/8 inches tall x 3 5/8 inches wide.
Excellent condition. (No chips, cracks or repairs.)
Limited Quantity. (Sold Separately. In Stock, 9 Glasses)
A ‘Large French Commode Mahogany With Marble’ in a classic ‘Louis XV’ Style with floral inlaid – made in France, dates 19th century. Beautiful for storage – with original hardware in solid condition.
Measures: 31 inches tall x 29 1/2 inches wide x 17 1/2 inches deep.
A fine tall academic bronze patinated sculpture of “Spartacus Breaking His Bonds”, created by French Sculptor “Denis Foyatier”, and dates 1830, France . Beautifully hand crafted and designed, it features impressive details to ideal proportion of the human body, to honour the historical hero and legend of a rebellious slave.
Signed: Denis Foyatier (1793-1863, France.)
Measures: 24 inches in height.
Excellent Condition. No repairs. (Minimal surface marks from age and gentle wear.)
A beautiful late 19th century Chinese carved jade pendant of “Sea Creatures”, with a lovely aged patina. It features a charming scene of mythical sea creatures engulfed in a blanket of coral, foam and waves. The pendant is quite large, and fitted with a gold lug to thread a chain, ribbon or string for wearing about the neck.
Measures: 2 inches long x 1 1/2 inches wide (1/2 inch thick)
Excellent Condition. No chips or cracks.
A fine sterling silver wine funnel, it dates London, 1820, Georgian Period. It features a lovely plain form and a embellished rim with applied shell thumb piece, and a detachable inner bowl mounted with thread border. The tall stem with ribs is used to enable air to escape the decanter and wine decanter.
Perfect for wine enthusiasts, gift ideas and collectors.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Dated: London 1820.
Measures: 5 1/2 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No dents and monograms.
An unusual Masonic “Trowel” shaped presentation piece with an inscription for Col Mercer Wilson MW. P.G.M. from the Grand Lodge of Canada. Made of US Coin Silver.
The trowel is of Canadian Historic significance as Col. Mercer Wilson was a Freemason who was instrumental in forming the Grand Lodge of Canada as well as it’s first Grand Master in Canada.
the presentation reads:
Col. Mercer Wilson MW. P. G.M.
Grand Lodge of Canada
upon the occasion of laying
Corner Stone of
New St, Johns Church
June 24th 1872
The trowel is small in size with the Masonic logo on front and presentation on back with handle (handle has a couple of splits)
William Mercer Wilson, 1813-1875
Marked: US Coin on back
Measures: 6 inches long x 1 3/4 inches wide
Excellent condition with 2 splits on white handle.
A Tiffany sterling 8 1/2 inch pierced “Pea Spoon” in the Rare “Persian Pattern”
Marked: Tiffany & Co. Sterling, Pat. 1828 on back.
Measures: 8 1/2 inches in length x 2 7/8 inches wide.
A beautifully enamelled miniature clock. The clock is gilt silver with guilloché enamel decoration in a aubergine with a lime green trim. The clock is not only miniature, but what is called “sub miniature” as it is very tiny, yet has all the same clock workings as a regular time piece (extremely difficult, the smaller the clock).
Marked: On the back door with Swiss Silver Hallmarks.
Measures: 2 inches tall x 3/4 inches wide x 3/4 inch thick.
Excellent condition. All components in working condition.
A lovely pair of early Berlin or K.P.M. porcelain lidded vases in pink with romantic scenes on both sides. Each vase a scenes in the oval on either side. The scenes are romantic with couples in various poses. The vases are beautiful shade of pink with highlights in gold. The square bases have 4 bun feet. Each vase marked in the underglaze blue ‘Sceptre’ KPM mark dating them circa 1830.
KPM is the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin, Germany founded in 1763 by Frederick II of Prussia.
Marked: On the underside in blue ‘Sceptre’ mark.
Measures: 9 inches tall x 4 1/4 inches wide (2 1/2 inches in diameter opening of vase lip)
Excellent condition. Small chip on side of one vase – see image for close-up reference.)