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An archive of Sold items at Bernardi’s Antiques – Toronto.
Antiques & Vintage Toronto – Mount Pleasant Village.
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Pair of American Sterling Candle Holders circa 1920
A pair of candle holders in sterling silver, it dates circa 1920 with American origins. Each candle holder has a unique tulip shape at the top to hold the candle in place at the centre, it also has round foot for placement at the bottom. The body mimics the shape and style of Greek columns with fine engraved lines and a smooth classical form.
A pair of American sterling candle holders, perfect art objects for everyday, or entertaining.
Measures: 12 inches in height.
Marked on underside of base – Sterling, cement filled, Approx wt 7 ozs.
Inscribed with initials of ‘R. A. F. ‘ on the each of the pedestals.
Excellent Condition: No dents, or repairs. (minimal surface and tarnish from gentle use, can be easily polished. Note: the dark marks on the surface are reflections, and does not affect the condition — for more inquiries in regards to the condition feel free to send a message)
Set of 2 – Oil on Panel under beautifully decorated Oval-shaped Gilt Bronze/Metal Matting – by George Harrison Park (19th century Artist). Each painting signed and dated 1884. – One painting of Invergarry Castle & the other of Urquhart Castle.
Measures: 12 inches long x 10 inches wide. Oil on panel: 8 inches in diameter.
A beautifully hand painted Vienna, Austrian plate with a scene of two woman holding “Cupid” and clipping his wings. The cobalt blue border is decorated with gold swans with wreaths in between each swan. The painting is signed: A. Wale. It is titled on the back: ‘Cupido u Cephisa’. The painting is after Angelica Kauffman.
Marked on back – Blue ‘Beehive’ mark with Austria above it. Titled: Cupido u Cephisa. Signed A. Wales on Front.
Measures: 8 inches diameter.
A lovely sterling backed Necklace and earrings set with emerald coloured pear shaped rhinestones surrounded by clear rhinestones. A lovely colour combination. Very rich looking. The backing is stamped Jay Flex and Sterling .
Excellent condition. (Note: A matching bracelet is available at an extra cost that needs some rhinestones replaced).
A fine vintage ‘Miniature English Sterling Hallmarked – 6 Piece Tea Set’ – – made in England, Birmingham, by Barker Brothers Silversmith Ltd, dated 1949 – 1950.
The miniature tea set consists of 1 creamer, 1 coffee pot, 1 tea pot, 1 sugar bowl, 1 kettle with stand, and 1 serving tray.
Marked. English Sterling Hallmarked. Birmingham. Dated 1949. (Tray dated 1950.) Maker: Barker Brothers Silversmith Ltd.
Creamer: 1 inches tall x 3/8 inches wide.
Coffee pot: 1 5/8 inches tall x 1 3/4 inches wide.
Tea pot: 1 inches tall x 1 7/8 inches wide.
Sugar bowl: 5/8 inches tall x 5/8 inches wide.
Kettle with stand: 2 1/8 inches tall (with stand) x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Serving tray: 4 inches long (with handles) x 3 inches wide.
Excellent condition. Minor wear from age and use. A minor dent in the the miniature kettle on stand – located in the centre.
A ‘Pair of MINIATURE English Sterling Candelabras’ – made in England, Birmingham, Barker Bros. dated 1940.
The pair features a plain decorative body, with a unique interchangeable double-arm or single-arm design. Dollhouse miniature size.
Marked. English Sterling Hallmarked. Birmingham. Dated 1940. Maker: Barker Brothers Silversmith Ltd.
Measures: 2 1/4 inches tall (with candle sticks) x 1 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear from gentle wear and age.
A ‘Set of 12 – Royal Cauldon – Charger Plates in Botanical Flower Pattern – C.1930’ – made in England. Each plate features an unusual large shape with a unique design with a botanical flower in the centre, decoarted with floral, scroll and leaf motifs throughout the rim.
Marked. Royal Cauldon. England. Est 1774. Made in England. (marked used 1930 to 1962)#2893 Pattern: Botanical Flower Pattern
Measures: 11 1/8 inches in diameter.
Excellent condition. Minor wear.
A English Silver Hallmarked – Asparagus Server -‘ – dates circa, 1890. It features a late Victorian design with an unusual pierced end with a heavy repousse handle, decorated with floral, scroll and shell motifs.
Marked. English Silver Hallmarked. Marker: Unknown (dates circa 1890.)
Measures: 12 inches long x 2 1/4 inches wide
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
An unusual pair of hunting scenes – ‘Gauchos Hunting Scenes With Rheas/Ostrich’, oil paintings on wood panels, and appropriately framed with luxurious gilt gold frames with a deep style and hand-carved design – painted by the British painter, Ruldolf Stone, dates circa, 1910. Rudolf Stone and his father Robert Stone were known for their British fox hunting scenes with red coat hunters on horses and hunting hounds in a typical British hunt scenes. Most paintings are of the same long, narrow landscape – 12 inch x 6 inch.
What makes these very unusual from the norm is that these are scenes of South American cowboys (Gauchos) on horseback hunting with bolos weapons and lassos and trying to catch Rheas – ostrich like birds of South American. Gauchos were highly regarded in Southern South American countries and these were most likely painted in Argentina or Chile.
Signed. ‘R. Stone’ – Rudolf Stone (British)
Frames Measure: 20 1/2 inches long x 14 1/2 inches wide (3 1/2 inches deep)
Wood Panels Measure: 12 inches long x 6 inches wide.
A rare Pilkington pottery vase with a lustre “Royal Lancastrian” glaze and signed by the artist – Charles Cundall. An arts and crafts period floral design in rust red and gold with a green background. Has a hairline crack at the rim down the neck of the vase.
Has a hairline crack at the rim down the neck of the vase. Otherwise body bright, clear pattern in beautiful condition.
A ‘Pair of Framed Intaglio Pendants Accredited To James Tassie (1735 -1799) Scottish Gem Engraver’ -in the centre, each intaglio contains a unique engraving of a classical figure. Each intaglio pendant is framed in-between glass, and held together with a gilt wood frame with a hanger feature in the centre.
The back of frame features, “Intaglio Accredited To James Tassie (1735 -1799) – Scottish Gem Engraver – The Lionel Clarke Galleries, Markham. Ontario” written in black ink.
Measures: 5 1/4 inches long x 3 7/8 inches wide. (1/2 inches in diameter intaglio pendant )
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A beautiful scene of “Harbour at Littlehampton”- West Sussex – Oil on board by Australian artist – William Longstaff. Oil on canvas.
Signed. William Longstaff. (Australian- 1879-1953.)
Frame measures: 22 inches long x 18 inches wide. Oil on board measures: 18 inches long x 14 inches wide.
A ’19th Century Chinese Hand-Carved Red Lacquer Vase’ – made in China. It features a unique long and narrow-neck vase design in red lacquered wood, decorated with a lovely hand carved pattern consisting of traditional Chinese motifs. Beautiful colour with a nicely aged patination throughout.
Measures: 13 inches tall x 7 inches wide.
Excellent condition. Minor wear.
A beautiful lake scene in Muskoka – “Haines Lake in Parry Sound” – Oil on Board by Canadian artist – Joachim Gauthier.
Signed. Joachim Gauthier.
Frame measures: 15 1/4 inches high. x 17 1/4 inches wide
Oil on board measures: 8 1/2 inches wide x 10 1/2 inches high.
A lovely Art Deco period wrought iron table and marble top in possibly by Louis Katona circa 1930. Round shape on 4 legs with the wrought iron hammered decoration throughout. Unmarked.
Measures: 21 1/2 inches tall x 23 1/2 inches in diameter (3/4 inches thick marble)
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A ‘French Parquetry & Inlaid Coffee Table With Bronze Mounts’ in a ‘Louis XV’ style gilt bronze-mounted and parquetry inlaid with floral, raised by cabriole legs, and features one dummy drawer on each side – made in France, dates circa 1890.
Measures: 21 inches tall x 30 inches wide x 20 inches deep.