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A LARGE oblong shaped server / centerpiece with beautiful quality hand painted scene of a French courting couple – The man is kneeling and kissing the woman’s hand – several companions overlook. The yellow background highlights the gilt decoration throughout. Panels of bouquet florals the perimeter. It sits and is attached to an ormolu wreath decor base.
Marked on reverse: Sevres cartouche mark with ‘A’.
An Aynsley cup and saucer with fruit decoration on the interior of the cup and a maroon red exterior with gold handle, rim and foot.
Signed D. Jones
Marked: Aysnley, Made in England.
An exquisite French Sevres porcelain covered pot pour vase with hand painted still life bouquets of flowers on either side and high quality bronze doré mounts – handles, trim, base & collar. The collar has holes to allow the scent of flower pedals to radiate from the vase – The painting is truly high quality and the cobalt blue and gold is very rich colour combination. Marked on the underside with Sevres cartouche mark with hh.
Measures: 9.5 inches high x 8.5 inches wide (handle to handle).
Early 19th Century English Porcelain Tray – Imari Pattern – Possibly Davenport
This is a beautiful porcelain tray, possibly Davenport, that is expertly hand painted with an Imari pattern using traditional orange, green and cobalt blue colours over a white background. It features blossoming flowers, interesting stems and smooth leaves with a lot of gold work. I like the rectangular shape, the curved corners and the upturned sides that almost make it a shallow bowl.
Dates: Early 19th century.
Mark: Hand scribed number 257. Unmarked. Possibly Davenport or early Spode.
Measures: 9 3/4 inches long x 7 5/8 inches wide.
Excellent condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. Partial gold wear on rim and on centre leaves.
A square French ormolu and decorated enamel picture frame with easel backing. The enamel front is decorated with floral wreaths and leaves. The shape of the frame is square but the photo display interior is round. The ormolu frame is decorated with a top ribbon. Velvet backing.
Frame measures: 6 inches high x 5 inches wide.
Photo circle display measures: 2 1/8 inches diameter
Unmarked. French circa 1900.
A 10 karat gold Canadian Olympic team ring from the 1952 Helsinki games. The athlete was Roy Cole from Hamilton, Ontario who competed in “Trap Event” (shooting). He participated in the 1952 Olympic games which was held in Helsinki, Finland. The gold ring has the Olympic rings under a Maple Leaf and CANADA shaped into it with Canada’s coat of arms on the opposite side. The faceted stone is red (probably synthetic ruby) and around the stone reads “Olympic – Club – Club – Olympique – CANADA”.
The ring is marked on the interior – “Jostens 10k” it is also engraved on the inside “B8844-110”
The ring came from the estate of Roy Cole who passed in 1999 (1912-1999).
total weight: 13 grams
ring size: 9 1/2
A beautifully hand painted Limoges, French jardiniere with large painted large roses and decorated with gold accents.
Measures 9 1/2 inches wide x 7 inches high
Marked: D & C, France. signed by the artist – L E. Whitom.
A spectacular pair of French vases with hand painted scenes on both front and back of each vase. A rich Turquoise colour is the background and the vases are mounted with heavy decorative bronze bases, and collars with handles. The painted scenes are exquisite quality. The reverse scenes are floral bouquets mixed with fruit.
A nice example of a vintage Moser Eternity Bud Vase in Rosalin pink crystal. Beautiful colour.
Originally designed by Franz Voigt in about 1940.
Measures. 4 3/4 inches tall.
A fine ‘Cameo Shell & 15k White Gold Ring’ – dates 1920’s/ early 20th century, ‘Art Deco’ influenced. It features an exquisite design, with cameo shell portrait pendant in white and coral, set in 15kt white gold with leaf and flower motifs. Beautiful condition.
Marked. 15kt. Ring size: 6 3/4
A lovely hand-painted on porcelain KPM plaque signed by Wagner. The title of the portrait is “Odalisque” – a woman with long flowing brunette hair and low cut red dress partially exposing a breast. The plaque is a good size measuring 10 3/4 inches high x 8 3/4 inches wide. The plaque is framed in a new frame and the oval cuts off display of some of the portrait including the signature. An original brass frame and red valour matte is also included but does not do the plaque any justice. Impressed KPM mark on back with Sceptre. Signed “Wagner” on bottom right. Frame measures: 16 1/4 inches high x 14 1/4 inches wide.
A ‘Vintage Ruby & Diamond 10 Kt Gold Ring’ – dates 1950’s/ 1960’s. It features a unusual design, decoarted with a bold cluster of round and marquis-shaped rubies and diamonds, with 10kt yellow gold. Exquisite quality.
Marked. 10kt gold. Ring size: 6
Large French Sevres ‘Chateau des Tuileries’ Porcelain Gilt Bronze / Ormolu Vase – 28 inches – Artist Signed – C.1860. Gilt bronze figural handles in the shape of ladies with long trains of flowers that travel down the sides of the body of the vase. The vase is in 3 pieces – the top, the body and the base. The body slides onto a long bronze shaft and sits securely which also allows the body to turn freely 360 degrees so that either front or back can be displayed in any direction. Gilding is superb and there is no wear.
The painting is of a French couple and the back is a painted landscape – both are superbly painted. The painting is signed by the artist and the lid has the Sevres cartouche mark and a stamp or “Chateau des Tuileries”
Marked. In blue, pair of blue Latinized crossed “L”‘s symbol, also referred to as “double-Louis” for – Sevres – Porcelain- France. Faded red circle, ‘Chateau des Tuileries’ mark. Artist signature – “Lhéri”
Measures: 28 inches tall x 10 inches wide.
A beautiful small demi tasse cup and saucer in a powder blue colour with a gold interior, rims and handle. Royal Worcester marks on bottom date this precious little cup at 1912.
Measures: Cup: 1 3/4 inches high ——- Saucer: 3 3/4 inches diameter
Pair of Herend Hand-Painted Porcelain Candelabras – ‘Flower & Butterfly’ Pattern – Dated 1915.
Marked: Herend Hungary – Hand-Painted. 1915
A lovely set of fish servers – fish knife and fish fork – with pierced blades and ribbed handles. Comes with its original box – velvet & silk interior and leather bound exterior.
English circa 1880.
Fish Knife Measures: 12 1/2 inches long 2 1/2 inches wide.
Fish Fork Measures: 9 inches long x 2 inches wide.
Case Measures: 14 1/2 inches long x 5 inches wide.