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An Aynsley cup and saucer with a red background and small roses decoration throughout.
Marked: Aynsley, made in England – Pattern: Royalty
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).
A beautifully decorated old Chinese cloisonné compote with decorative floral border. Colours of Blue, Red, Yellow and Green throughout and beautifully decorated on the underside with yellow flowers. The base is decorated with butterflies.
Chinese circa 1900.
Measures: 10 inches diameter x 6 inches tall.
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 lovely serpentine shaped Silver-plated on copper gallery tray. Small in size, it is the perfect size for a dresser or the bathroom to place perfume bottles or crystal & silver jars. English made and silver plating on copper. A decorative pierced gallery surrounds the tray and the tray sits upon 4 small bun feet.
Marked: A.I.T.C.O. , made in England, EP on copper, Sheffield Reproduction.
Measures: 11 3/4 inches long x 7 3/4 wide.
Dates circa 1920-1940.
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.
An 18th century Louis XVI period garniture 3 piece clock set by Gille L’Aine, Paris. White marble body with gold doré figures of 2 cherubs and a woman adorning the clock. Panels in in bronze of cherubs in play mounted on the front lower base of the clock. Enamel face with black Roman numerals with the maker: “Gille L’Aine, Paris” – for Pierre Francoise Gille L’aine (1723-1784) . The pendulum hangs from an early silk suspension. Bell strikes on the hour and half hour with an 8 day movement.
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.
Royal Doulton – Jack the Bulldog – SPECTRE
Who can resist this stoic British mascot. Jack the Bulldog survived an explosion, in the movie Skyfall, and with just the appearance of cracks and charring to the Union Jack flag he was bequeathed to 007 James Bond by “M” in the movie Spectre”. To mark the occasion Royal Doulton introduced this figurine of a British bulldog draped in a British flag in 2015 with the code DD 007 M. Although not an antique it has nostalgic charm.
Measures: 3 7/8 inched high x 6 inches long x 3 1/4 inches wide.
Marked: Royal Doulton,London 1815, Jack, DD 007 M, 200, copywrite 2015 WWRD, SPECTRE, 007, Spectre 2015 Danjaq, MGM CPII.
Signed: By Michael Doulton in gold marker.
A ‘Victorian Belle Epoque – French 18 Karat Gold Pendant With Carre Cut Cabouchon Turquoiqes & Seed Pearls’ – made in France – dates circa 1870.
It features an exquisite Victorian ‘belle epoque’ design, decorated carre cut cabouchon turquoises and 10 seed pearls. The pendant was worn for a fine jewelry piece- possibly an earring or necklace. Beautiful condition.
Marked. French Hallmarked – French Gold Eagle Head – Made in France – 750 Paris
Measures: 1 5/8 inches long x 1/2 inches wide.
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.
Marked. English Hallmarked. Silver-Plated. Dates circa 1890. Maker: MH & CO . Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield. (mark entered 1854.)
Measures: 7 1/2 inches tall (10 inches tall with handle extended ) x 7 inches in diameter.
An English Victorian period carved walnut games table. The table opens to reveal a green felted playing area. The top opens and turns 90 degrees and is supported by the base. Hand carving of roses on the front and legs. Can also be used as a console table when not open.