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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.
A lovely 2 handled sauce tureen by Andrew Fogelberg & Stephen Gilburt. The heavy silver boat shaped tureen is very plain with slight beaded decoration along the top and bottom rims. English Hallmarks date this sauce tureen for 1785, London
Marked: AF over SG under a crown. Hall marks for London, 1785.
Size: 9 1/2 inches long (handle to handle) x 5 1/2 inches high
weight: 470 grams
A fine vintage ‘Birks Sterling Trumpet Shape Vase’ – made in Canada, dates early 20th century.
Features a beautiful plain and tall trumpet style vase design, decorated with a lovely etched floral and ribbon pattern in the centre.
Marked : On bottom, Birks. Sterling. 5322. (marks date vase between 1904-1921.)
Measures: 11 1/4 inches tall x 4 5/8 inches wide at rim and 3 3/4 inches wide at footed base.
Excellent condition. No dents or repairs. Minor wear.
A beautiful mahogany inlaid with satinwood Edwardian period desk with leather top. The desk sits upon 4 tapering legs with castors. The back having multiple tiny drawers and shelves, with two side lids that open to reveal filing slots and removable pen holder. The body has 5 drawers and each is inlaid with satin wood decoration. The desk is finished on all sides, in beautiful condition and has a delicate style (not heavy) that could be used in any room.
An unusual Sterling Silver mode of a race horse – sculpture by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co ltd of London, England. The race horse is may be a model of Blue Peter – a British Race Horse who had won four consecutive races in 1939 and who’s career was cut short due to the onset of WWII. The sculpture sits upon a beautiful vibrant green onyx base.
In 1939, three-year-old Blue Peter went undefeated in all four of his races. He captured the Blue Riband Trial Stakes, a prep race for the ensuing Triple Crown series. In May, the colt won the 2,000 Guineas and then June’s Epsom Derby, defeating Heliopolis by four lengths. While Blue Peter was clearly the best three-year-old in Britain in 1939. The onset of World War II ended his chance to win the Triple Crown as the St. Leger Stakes was cancelled. Cancelled as well, was a planned match race against the brilliant Frenchcolt Pharis who had won the Prix du Jockey Club and France’s most important race at the time, the Grand Prix de Paris.
Marks: English sterling hallmarks for 1939 London. Plus makers marks: G & SC Ltd.
Total Height: 12 inches
Onyx base measures : 10 5/8 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide 3/12 inches tall
Horse Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 3 3/8 inches deep x 8 1/2 tall
A handsomely decorated early English sterling silver George III period tankard by James Smith dated 1736. Tankard has had a spout added in the middle of the 19th century – which is decorated with a face mask. Beautiful condition.
Marked. English Hallmarked Sterling. Maker: James Smith – dated 1736.
Measures: 6 1/2 inches tall x 8 inches wide (2 1/2 inches wide from handle)
A fine ‘German Porcelain Vase with Enamelled Birds & Butterflies Decoration’ – made in Germany, dates circa 1930’s. Beautifully designed and decorated with a cobalt blue coloured vase with gold highlights and decorated with birds and butterflies in enamel.
Marked. Made in Germany.
Measures: 8 inches tall x 8 inches wide.
An exquisite gold iridescent vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany – New York. The large shoulder shape vase is wheel cut engraves throughout the body with Leaves. The vase is signed and numbered on the bottom.
Measures: 11.5 inches high x 7.5 inches wide
A beautifully constructed Melodeon Piano / Organ by RS Willams & Sons of Toronto. The rosewood body sits on 4 large rosewood legs. Ebony and Ivory keys. Two pedals – one for pumping to keep air moving through the instrument in order to get the organ sound. 5 octaves – 65 keys in total.
In perfect working condition.
Marked. R. S. Williams & Sons. Toronto (Established in 1834 – closed in 1952 – was one of the few Canadian music firms to have for more nearly 100 years. )
A German, Hanau Silver Mounted & Etched – Wine Decanter by Storck & Sinsheimer, Hanau circa 1880. It features a hand etched floral bottle, with an unusual pierced design with a raised ‘putti and mask’ scene, decorated with musical instruments, animals and floral motifs. Beautiful condition.
Marked. German Silver Hallmarked on bottom : Storck & Sinsheimer, Hanau (Jacob Stork and Louis Sinsheimer). Active 1874-1926.
Measures: 10 1/2 x 5 inches tall x 5 inches wide
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.
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)
A lovely shade of green in this Victorian covered glass biscuit barrel. White enamel and handprinted gold decoration applied to the body and lid. Finished pontil bottom.
No Mark – Unknown Marker – English, circa 1880.
A rare set of 4 pieces – 2 Salt Shakers, 2 Pepper Shakers in Acorn by Georg Jensen and designed by Johan Rohde. The salt shakers have 1 hold in the finial of the acorn and the peppers have holes throughout the lids. Each marked with Georg Jensen oval mark and mark of Johan Rohde. and #741
Marked: Georg Jensen in Oval (post 1945). Oval designer mark – Johan Rohde. Denmark, Sterling #741
Each Measures: 3 1/4 inches tall x 1 1/4 inches wide.
Weight: 204 grams total.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear.