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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 mid 20th century double pedestal mahogany dining room table in the Georgian manner. The rounded corners give a sense of smallness to this large table that once the 3 leaves are put in, can sit 12 people comfortably. Table top has banded inlay and brass lion paw feet on casters. Runners underneath support the leaves and it all clips together with brass Georgian style clips.
without leaves – table measures:
Each leaf measures:
A Chinese porcelain lamp with white cherry blossoms over a black background with hints of yellow throughout the body of the vase, and a hand-carved wooden base. Updated electrical – ‘American Standard’ . Vase base circa 1890.
A beautiful and colourful set of Copeland Spode with 10 game birds dinner plates and a large turkey platter. There are 10 dinner plates with game birds – each listed and named on the back of the plate. They consist of: 1 partridge, 1 wild duck, 2 pheasant, 1 blackcock, 2 woodcock, 1 turkey, 1 stripe & 1 plover. The platter has a large turkey on it.
Beautiful quality, very colourful for display or use. The condition is excellent.
Marked on back of each: Copeland Spode mark, England.
Platter measures: 23 inches long x 18 inches wide
Each dinner plate measures: 10.5 inches diameter.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A rare signed R. LALIQUE glass statue of the Madonna and Child on a fitted wooden base titled “Vierge a L’infant”. The tall plinth shape glass has the beautifully detailed carving from the rear of the block of glass which gives the art a 3 dimensional effect from the front. The block fits into the original block of wood which keeps it steady and upright. Under a light this statue just sparkles.
Signed R. Lalique on side with acid etched signature on side.
Measures: 14.5 inches high.
A lovely 8 piece dessert service in a royal blue with portraits of French Society ladies in the Louis XV era. The set consists of 6 dessert plates and 2 pedestal servers. Each plate marked on the reverse with the name of the Madamme or Countess and with French porcelain markings. Each also bears the Royal monogram for Louis Philippe (King – 1830-1848) and a ‘Sevres’ cartouche mark with initials LF. in it’s centre.
Dessert plates measure: 9 inches diameter
Tall pedestal compote server measures: 8 1/4 inches diameter x 5 inches high
Low pedestal compote server measures: 8 3/4 inches diameter x 2 inches high
Duchess de Longuibille
Marie de Laoie
Duchesse de Berry
Mdme de Pompadour
All hand painted and in beautiful condition,
A large Celadon blue Chinese vase with decorations of a peacock amongst tall flowers and branches. The handles are pairs of Foo Dogs vertically facing each other.
Measures: 26 inches tall.
dates late 19th century.
A fabulous Repoussé decorated sterling tea service by Joseph Wilson and dated for London, 1823. Almost every square inch is hand worked repoussé and chasing mainly with florals (roses), face masks on each foot and each handle is in the shape of a woman’s head and body, the finials in the shape of roses and the spouts in the shape of bird’s heads. The set is quite heavy weighing just under 3 kilos of sterling .925 silver.
Exquisite quality that the photos do not do justice.
English hallmarks on bottom of each piece: for London, 1824 and maker “IW” for Joseph Wilson.
Teapot measures: 6 inches high x 10.5 inches wide
Coffee Pot measures: 8.5 inches high x 10.25 inches wide
Sugar Bowl measures: 4 inches high x 8.5 inches wide
Creamer Measures: 4 inches high x 8.5 inches wide
Total Weight: 2982 grams
A lovely tea set in the Georgian Cobalt pattern – one of Aynsley’s most expensive patterns. Heavy crusted gold over a cobalt blue and white background. The set consists of a large Teapot, creamer and covered 2 handled sugar bowl. This pattern was discontinued in 2012.
Tea pot measures: 10 3/4 inches long x 5 1/2 inches high
creamer measures: 5 3/4 inches long x 3 1/2 inches high
sugar bowl measures: 7 inches long x 3 3/4 inches high
A lovely guilloché and scenic enamel round sterling box. The scene on top is of a tower and brick arches – not sure where it is located but probably a famous landmark – tourist destination. The box is a nice size (on the larger size) and the hinged top and bottom are separated by silver as is the flat base. The inside is gold washed silver. The bottom and lid are marked with English Hallmarked sterling Import Marks for EK – Erich Kellerman (entered in 1909 as an importer of fine Continental silver goods) – with a London hallmark dating it for 1913.
Measures: 3 1/4 inches diameter x 1 3/4 inches high.
Excellent condition – No damage or wear to enamel.
An exceptional Meissen porcelain Tea Service with Large round teapot, creamer, covered sugar and 6 cups and saucers. 15 pieces total. Each piece has a flow blue floral bouquet accented with gold foliage over top. The finials of the lids of the teapot and the sugar is a delicate rose bud shape.
Teapot measures: 10 inches long x 5 1/2 inches high
Creamer Jug measures: 4 3/4 inches long (incl. Handle) x 4 3/4 inches high
Covered Sugar measures: 4 1/2 inches wide x 4 3/4 inches high
Cups measure: 4 1/2 inches wide (incl. handle) x 2 inches high
Saucers measure: 6 inches diameter
All pieces in excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A beautiful banded games / console table in mahogany with decorative satin wood inlay throughout and a banding that surrounds the top surface. The interior is green felt and perfect for a game of cards and when closed up makes a perfect console table.
When closed Measures: 36 inches long x 18 inches deep x 28.5 inches high.
When open the top measures – 36 inches x 36 inches.
A lovely 19 piece coffee set consisting of 4 of each – cups, saucers, bread plates, dessert plates, coffee pot, creamer & sugar. The pattern is called “Court” and has a colourful mix of purple and pink flowers, yellow flowers and green leaves.
Marked: Royal Albert, Bone China, England.
An early Royal Doulton figurine called “Fortune Teller”. Introduced in 1954 – discontinued in 1967.
The hand painting is very well done, especially in the earlier Royal Doulton figures.
Designer: Leslie Harradine
Measures: 6.5 inches high
Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs.
A truly gorgeous set of 4 Meissen porcelain demitasse cups and saucers. Heavy gold work over cobalt blue and white background with delicate hand painted flowers. All in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs and NO GOLD WEAR.
Cups measure: 3 1/4 inches wide (including handle) x 2 inches high
Saucers Measure: 5 inches diameter
Marked: Crossed swords in underglaze blue on bottom of each piece. impressed marks : B145b
All in excellent condition.
Vintage Birks Sterling Silver Picture Frame – Made in Italy
This is a sterling silver frame by Birks that fits a 4 x 6 inch photo. The frame is a pierced with a scrolling flower and foliage design. It can stand either vertically or horizontally.
Marked: Made Italy, Sterling, Birks.
Frame Measures: 7 inches x 5 inches. (photo size 4″ x 6″)
A MEISSEN DECORATIVE PLATE circa 1900
This is a stunning Meissen plate featuring a dark cobalt blue that is highlighted with delicate scrolling gold work. It is decorated with an assortment of colourful hand painted flowers including a blue morning glory in the central bouquet. The irregular edge accentuates the three medallions and the centre where the flowers are painted.
Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs.
Measures: 9 1/4 inch diameter
Marked: Meissen crossed swords in blue underglaze.
Dates: circa 1900