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    French 19th Century Walnut & Bronze Writing Table.

    French 19th Century Walnut & Bronze Writing Table.

    A 19th Century French writing table in heavy walnut with a thick decorative bronze border around the top and mounted bronze face masks on each cabriole leg.

    Measures:  48 inches long x  28 inches deep x   29 inches high

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    Important Early Canadian Silver Large Ladle – Robert Cruickshank (1767-1809) – Montreal.

    Important Early Canadian Silver Large Ladle – Robert Cruickshank (1767-1809) – Montreal.

    An early and important silver large soup ladle, designed by Robert Cruikshank (1767 – 1809) who worked as a Silversmith in Montreal, after coming from Boston in 1773.

    He was an important figure in Canadian Indian trade silver work. On the back of the handle are Cruickshank’s initials “RC” and the word “Montreal”.

    The ladle is monogrammed with the initial “M”.

    The ladle measures 12 1/2 inches long x 4 1/4 inches wide on the bowl.

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    Pair of French Sévres Large Bronze and Porcelain Hand-Painted Urns – Signed Rochette.

    Pair of French Sévres Large Bronze and Porcelain Hand-Painted Urns – Signed Rochette.

    Fabulous pair of French bronze and porcelain double-handled, hand-painted, artist-signed urns. On one side of the porcelain urn bodies are are portraits of women with cherubs and on the other side are portraits of cherubs alone. The hand-painted urns are artist-signed by Claire Maglin Rochette – a well known artist who worked at the Sévres factory with her father A. Rochette in the later half of the 19th Century.

    The urns measure 24 inches tall.

    They are decorated with a turquoise pained background with and heavy gold decoration overtop – The bronze is also gilt.  Beautiful Quality.

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    Poul Petersen – Canadian Sterling Silver Bell – Peapod Pattern.

    Poul Petersen – Canadian Sterling Silver Bell – Peapod Pattern.

    A whimsical sterling silver bell by Carl Paul Petersen of Montreal in the PeaPod pattern.

    Petersen was the son-in-law on Georg Jensen who set up shop in Montreal and many of his designs are Jensen inspired.

    Marked:  PP  – Petersen Hand Made – and with a Canadian Sterling hallmark.

    Measures:  3 1/2 inches high
    Weight:  55 grams

    Excellent condition

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    Royal Crown Derby – Traditional Imari – #2451 – Small Platter 11 1/4 inch. dated 1926

    Royal Crown Derby – Traditional Imari – #2451 – Small Platter 11 1/4 inch. dated 1926

    Royal Crown Derby – Traditional Imari – #2451 – Small Platter 11 1/4 inch. dated 1926

    Measures 11 1/4 inches long x 9 1/4 inches deep.

    date code for 1926

    Excellent condition.

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    Royal Crown Derby Fine Bone China Dinner Set for 12 Plus Serving Pieces (91 Pieces), “Royal St. James” Pattern

    Royal Crown Derby Fine Bone China Dinner Set for 12 Plus Serving Pieces (91 Pieces), “Royal St. James” Pattern

    A spectacular fine bone china dinner setting for 12 plus 8 serving pieces. On the underside of each piece is the Royal Crown Derby factory mark plus “Made in England, Bone China, A1145, Royal St. James”.

    There are 92 pieces in the set, consisting of:

    12 dinner plates (10 inches in diameter)
    12 rimmed soup bowls (8 3/4 inches in diameter)
    12 salad / dessert plates (8 inches in diameter)
    12 bread and butter plates (6 1/4 inches in diameter)
    12 fruit nappies (5 1/4 inches in diameter)
    12 tea cups (3 3/4 inches in diameter)
    12 saucers (6 inches in diameter)

    1 soup tureen (14 inches wide, 6 inches tall)  – including porcelain ladle
    1 large under-plate for the tureen (16 inches wide x 10 3/4 inches tall)
    1 round chop plate (12 inches in diameter)
    1 large platter (13 inches wide x 10 inches tall)
    1 large tea pot with lid (11 inches wide x 5 1/2 inches tall)
    1 creamer (5 1/2 inches wide)
    1 covered sugar bowl (7 inches wide)

    Each piece is wonderfully decorated with gold floral sprays and swirls on the white bone china background.
    The set is in excellent condition.

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    Royal Worcester Hand Painted Vase with Roses – James Hadley Mark & Dated 1906

    Royal Worcester Hand Painted Vase with Roses – James Hadley Mark & Dated 1906

    A lovely hand painted Royal Worcester 2 handled squat vase with bright yellow and red roses.  Beautifully painted.

    The flared neck and handles are gold and the hand painted body is bulbous and ribbed.

    Marks on the bottom for Royal Worcester – and date mark of:  1906
    Also marked with that of James Hadley JH mark.

    Measures:

    Excellent condition.

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    Royal Worcester Hand-Painted & Heavily Gilt Porcelain Plate – Dated 1917

    Royal Worcester Hand-Painted & Heavily Gilt Porcelain Plate – Dated 1917

    A gorgeous Royal Worcester hand-painted and gilt porcelain plate, dated 1917.

    The centre of the plate is cream-coloured while the outside is lavishly decorated in a cobalt blue background with designs in heavy gold and accented with white enamel dots. The scalloped rim of the plate is gold with a design in the paint.

    The plate measures approximately 10 1/4 inches in diameter.

    On the underside is the Royal Worcester factory mark as well as “Royal Worcester England”. the registration number of “371649”, another number “164” below that and “C 1093” painted on one side.

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    Royal Worcester Pair Hand-Painted Plates, Artist Signed Floral Centres – W. Hale (Artist)

    Royal Worcester Pair Hand-Painted Plates, Artist Signed Floral Centres – W. Hale (Artist)

    Here is a wonderful pair of Royal Worcester hand-painted porcelain plates.

    The centre section has a green and pink background and shows sprays of flowers. That is also where the artist “W. Hale” signed the plates.

    The middle section has a cream background with elaborate decoration in gold. The outer section to the rim has a cobalt blue background with different designs in gold.

    On the back of the plate is the Royal Worcester factory mark and stamped “Royal Worcester Made in England”. Painted on is the inscription “C 1167” and the initials “XR” on each plate.

    Each plate measures 10 1/2 inches in diameter and they are in excellent condition.

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    Tiffany & Co. 3 Piece Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, Creamer and Sugar Bowl Set, circa 1910

    Tiffany & Co. 3 Piece Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, Creamer and Sugar Bowl Set, circa 1910

    A wonderful Tiffany & Co. sterling silver 3 piece coffee set, consisting of a coffee pot, creamer and open double-handled sugar bowl and was made circa 1910.

    On the underside of the coffee pot is the inscription “Tiffany & Co. 17497 Makers 8002 Sterling Silver 925-1000”, the initial “M” and the words “1 1/4 pints”. In addition, the number “4303” has been added. The creamer and sugar are similarly inscribed but have different numbers after the word “makers”. The creamer has “2608” and the sugar bowl has “1282”.

    The “M” stands for the president of Tiffany at the time – John C. Moore and dates the set after 1907.

    The coffee pot measures 8 inches tall x 7 1/2 inches from the spout to the handle.
    The creamer measures 4 inches wide & 2 1/4 inches tall while the sugar bowl is 5 inches wide x 2 1/4 inches tall.

    All pieces are monogrammed with the initials “WBM”

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    18th Century – English “Liverpool” Chinoiserie Porcelain Teapot – c. 1765

    18th Century – English “Liverpool” Chinoiserie Porcelain Teapot – c. 1765

    Early English porcelain “Liverpool” teapot c. 1765, decorated with Chinese figures on a white background.

    Liverpool porcelain refers to soft paste porcelain produced between 1757 and 1800 in various factories in Liverpool, England.  Most of the products were exported to the Americas and West Indies.

    The teapot is 6.5 inches from the tip of the spout to the handle.

    Please note that there is a small fleabite on edge of the lid (please see one of the photos for details).
    Otherwise the teapot is in excellent condition for its age.

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    18th Century Worcester Porcelain Teapot c. 1750

    18th Century Worcester Porcelain Teapot c. 1750

    A mid- 18th century (c. 1750) Worcester porcelain teapot with a white background and Chinoiserie designs.

    The teapot is 7 inches long from the tip of the spout to the handle and 2.5 inches in diameter at the base.

    Please note the age dis-coloration on the inside lip of the teapot and slight chipping in a few spots on the underside of the teapot base, but otherwise it is great condition for its age.

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    1968 Nova Scotia Two-Tone Patterned, Glazed Pottery Vase, Artist Signed ‘Shaw, 68’

    1968 Nova Scotia Two-Tone Patterned, Glazed Pottery Vase, Artist Signed ‘Shaw, 68’

    Here is a wonderful two-tone, glazed pottery vase with a pattern on both sides and signed by the artist “Shaw 68” on the bottom of the vase. John Shaw is well-known Nova Scotia artist.

    The vase is 8 inches tall and 4 1/4 inches in diameter at the base.

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    2 Mahogany Georgian Style Bookcases – circa 1900 (Sold Separately).

    2 Mahogany Georgian Style Bookcases – circa 1900 (Sold Separately).

    A pair of narrow mahogany bookcases – each sold separately.  Nice as a pair if you are looking to match on either side of a fireplace.  Or a single for storing many paperbacks and small hardcovers.

    Each measures:  30 inches wide x 45.5 inches high x 10 inches deep.

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    Aynsley Bone China Demitasse Cups and Saucers – Floral with Grey & Gold Decor.

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    Aynsley Bone China Demitasse Cups and Saucers – Floral with Grey & Gold Decor.

    Aynsley bone china demitasse cup and saucers, decorated with a white background and a rose spray on the inside of the cup and the centre of the saucer.

    The cup and saucer are also decorated with gray and on the outside of the cup and rim of the saucer and is accented with gold on the rims, on the handle of the cup and sprays separating the white section from the gray.

    On the underside saucer is written “Aynsley England bone china 26” and the number “7922” and the Aynsley mark.
    On the underside of the cup is the same inscription and the number 27.

    A very pretty cup and saucer in excellent condition.  6 available in Total.

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    Birks ‘Old English’ – Sterling Silver Decorative Pierced Tomato Server – early 20th Century

    Birks ‘Old English’ – Sterling Silver Decorative Pierced Tomato Server – early 20th Century

    An early Sterling Silver decoratively pierced tomato server by Birks – in the Old English pattern.

    Measures:  7 inches long

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