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Bernardi’s Antiques – 699 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto ON.  M4S 2N4

Please have a look at the many Antique items that we carry. English & French Porcelain, French Antique Furniture,
English Furniture, Georgian / Victorian, Moorcroft Pottery and other English Pottery, Austrian Bronzes, French Bronzes, Lighting, Marble and Alabaster Sculpture, Chinese Antiques, Canadian Art, European Art, Antique Prints, Silver Flatware, Sterling Flatware Sets, Sterling Silver Serving pieces …. and so much more …

For More information on these pieces or any other pieces Contact Bernardi’s Antiques by email, phone or fax.
(416) 483-6471 / david@bernardisantiques.com

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Mahogany Wm IV Period Dining Room Table with 2 Leaves. circa 1835

Mahogany Wm IV Period Dining Room Table with 2 Leaves. circa 1835

A Wm IV mahogany dining room table in beautiful condition.  The large table has 2 leaves to extend to 100 inches and fit 10 to 12 people (if you put 2 on either end).
Typical reeded carved legs of the Wm IV period and table opens with a steel crank tube located under the top which adds strength when fully open and tightness to hold the leaves in place.  The legs sit on 4 brass castors that allow the table to open easily when cranked.

Table measures:   60 inches long x 48 inches wide – Plus 2 x 20 inch leaves with skirts – total length – 100 inches.

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William IV / Early Victorian Large Mahogany Dining Room Cabinet – circa 1840.

William IV / Early Victorian Large Mahogany Dining Room Cabinet – circa 1840.

A large early mahogany cabinet with a great deal of storage.  The cabinet dates from the Wm. IV period to the early Victorian period, circa 1840.

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19th Century Italian Mahogany Drop Front Desk.

19th Century Italian Mahogany Drop Front Desk.

$3,200.00

A 19th century mahogany Empire style drop front desk.

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English Silver-plated Roll-Top Server – Beautiful Quality – circa 1900

English Silver-plated Roll-Top Server – Beautiful Quality – circa 1900

$575.00

A beautiful quality silver-plated roll top server with ribbed and chased decoration on dome top, face mask legs and claw feet.  Interior 2 small trays, 1 pierced and 1 solid.
English marks on the bottom date this circa 1900.

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English Victorian Sterling & Crystal Claret Wine Jug – Birmingham, 1888.

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English Victorian Sterling & Crystal Claret Wine Jug – Birmingham, 1888.

A sterling top and handled Victorian period claret jug dated 1888.  The bottom cross pattern crystal is cut fine and sharp with a fern cut twist pattern on the bottom.  The top is English hallmarked Sterling for Birmingham, 1888 by Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler).

Measures:  8 1/2 inches high x 5 inches side (including handle).

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Set of 16 Cranberry & Gold Wine Glasses and Champagne Coupes – circa 1900.

Set of 16 Cranberry & Gold Wine Glasses and Champagne Coupes – circa 1900.

$1,450.00

A beautiful set of cranberry wine glasses and champagne coupes with a twist bowl and heavy encrusted gold rims.

8 Tall wine glasses – measuring: 8 inches tall with a 4 inch wide mouth
8 Champagne coupes – measuring: 5 1/2 inches tall with a 4 1/2 inch wide mouth.

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A Selection of 19th Century Russian Silver .84 Kiddish Cups / Silver Beakers

A Selection of 19th Century Russian Silver .84 Kiddish Cups / Silver Beakers

A selection of 19th Century pre-Revolution silver cups – from the 1880’s.  Each hand etched and decorated.

4 cups priced at 150.00 each
1 cup (Niello with black and silver) priced at 250.00

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American Gorham Sterling Silver Topped & Cut Crystal Whisky Decanter Jug

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American Gorham Sterling Silver Topped & Cut Crystal Whisky Decanter Jug

$450.00

A handsome cut crystal Whisky jug with a sterling silver repoussé top and collar.  The cap twists a half turn and locks into place.  The crystal is deeply cut and the silver top is decorated with florals.

Measures:  8 1/4 inches high x 5 1/2 inches wide

Marked with Gorham silver marks – Lion, Anchor and ‘G’  mark.  Sterling & S830.

dates circa 1890.

Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs

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Canadian Oil Painting On Board – Thomas Garland Greene (1875-1955)

Canadian Oil Painting On Board – Thomas Garland Greene (1875-1955)

$600.00

An oil painting on board by Thomas Garland Greene – Canadian painter (1875-1955).  Landscape scene of hay bails & trees with large cloudy sky background.  Framed in a carved gilt wood frame.

Signed T.G. Greene – lower right corner.

Board measures:  7 1/4 x 9 3/4 inches
with Frame measures:  11 x 13 1/2 inches

Thomas G. Greene was born in Toronto, and a member of the OSA in 1911 (Ontario Society of Artists).  He died in 1955 and is buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. His works are archived and displayed in the National Gallery of Canada.

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Dainty Blue by Shelley – Dinner Set for 12.

Dainty Blue by Shelley – Dinner Set for 12.

$1,650.00

A great set for 12 in the Dainty Blue pattern by Shelley.  Set consists of:

14 dinner plates
12 salad plates
11 bread plates
11 cups & saucers.

Marked : Fine Bone China, Shelley, England.  “Dainty Blue”

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Early Moorcroft Pottery Burslem “Apple Blossom” Bowl – circa 1913-1916.

Early Moorcroft Pottery Burslem “Apple Blossom” Bowl – circa 1913-1916.

$550.00

A beautiful shaded blue early Moorcroft bowl with a grouping of flowers in the centre of the bowl.  The piece is an early example from the Cobridge factory, Burslem factory that dates the piece between 1913-1916.  The pattern shows one example in the Moorcroft book as “Apple Blossom”.

Measures:  7 1/4 inches diameter x 2 1/2 inches high.

Marked:  Moorcroft, Burslem.  Full William Moorcroft signature in green on bottom.

Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs.

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French Baccarat Crystal Liqueur Tantalus Set in a Mahogany box with Inlaid Brass and Mother of Pearl

French Baccarat Crystal Liqueur Tantalus Set in a Mahogany box with Inlaid Brass and Mother of Pearl

$2,450.00

French Crystal Liqueur Tantalus Set in a Mahogany Boulle box with Inlaid Brass and Mother of Pearl

This is a remarkable tantalus set consisting of 4 crystal decanters with original stoppers and 16 crystal glasses with square bases housed in a stunning rosewood box. The footed box is made of rosewood and is decorated in French Boulle with inlaid brass leaves and vines enhanced with mother of pearl grape clusters and flowers, it has a handled insert that holds the crystal decanters and glasses that life out.

Attributed to the French maker: Baccarat (I found very similar ones online)

Box Measures: 12 1/2 inches wide x 9 3/4 inches deep x 10 3/8 inches high
Decanters Measure: 8 1/4 inches x 2 3/4 inches square at the base.
Glasses Measure: 2 3/4 inches high.

Excellent Condition: 2 glasses have minuscule flea bites on corner of bases and 1 glass has a tiny flat shell off side of base. 1 decanter has a minuscule flea bite.

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French Oil Painting on Canvas – Adolphe E’tienne Piot (exh. 1850-1910) – Portrait of a Young Girl.

French Oil Painting on Canvas – Adolphe E’tienne Piot (exh. 1850-1910) – Portrait of a Young Girl.

Oil on canvas portrait Head and shoulders of a young girl in profile, wearing a blue ribbon in her hair.
Piot exhibited many of his works in Paris salons between 1850-1909 and was well regarded as a portrait painter.

Canvas measures:  24 inches high x 18 inches wide
with Frame measures: 31 inches high x 25 inches wide.

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Étienne-Adolphe Piot was born in Digoin, Saône-et-Loire, France.[1] He moved to Paris and studied under Léon Cogniet.[2][a] He first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1850, so would probably have been born in the 1820s.[2] In 1860 he was among the painters whose work was shown at the Exposition de Bourdeaux.[4] In 1864 he was living in New York City, and that year exhibited a portrait at the National Academy of Design.[1] In 1869 he was again living in Paris, at 21 quai Malaquais in the 6th arrondissement.[1] Up to 1876 he exhibited under the name of Adolphe Piot. After then he began to also use the names Adolphe-Étienne Piot and Étienne-Adolphe Piot.[2]

In 1873 Adolphe Piot was described as “a Parisian painter of some name in treating Italian subjects”.[5] He was very successful commercially, taking advantage of the increasing demand for portraits from wealthy Parisians. During the Belle Époque every debutante had to have her portrait painted, and Piot was skilled in making captivating portraits.[6] Piot became a member of the Société des Artistes Français in 1883. In 1890 he received an honorable mention for the work he exhibited at 1889 Exposition Universelle. His last Salon entry seems to have been submitted in 1909.[2][b]

Most of Piot’s Salon early Salon submissions were commissioned portraits of women. With the 1870 Salon he began to exhibit genre works with titles such as Abandonée (The Abandoned), Coquetterie (Coquetry), and La Lettre (The Letter).[2] Adolphe Piot created expressive depictions of beautiful women, with dark backgrounds to draw attention to the subject, and also made many works showing children. His works were innocent, picturesque and elegant, appealing to middle class tastes of the time.  

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Georgian Period Sterling 4 Piece Tea Service – Emes & Barnard – dated 1828

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Georgian Period Sterling 4 Piece Tea Service – Emes & Barnard – dated 1828

$4,500.00

A fabulous decorated sterling tea service by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard I and dated for London, 1828.  Beautiful repoussé flowers and Oak leaves around the body of each piece, with heavily decorated handles, sprouts , rims and bases.  Finials are flower forms.  Original gold wash still on the interiors of the creamer and sugar.   The set is quite heavy weighing just under 2.6 kilos of sterling .925 silver.

Exquisite quality .

English hallmarks on each piece:  for London, 1824 and maker  “RE” over “EB” for Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard.  Family coat of arms on each piece.

Teapot measures:  6 1/4 inches high x 11.5 inches wide
Coffee Pot measures: 10 inches high x 8.5 inches wide
Sugar Bowl measures: 4.5 inches high x 9.25 inches wide
Creamer Measures:  4.5 inches high x 7 inches wide

Total Weight:  2578 grams

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Italian Murano Barovier and Toso Ribbed Vase

Italian Murano Barovier and Toso Ribbed Vase

$650.00

A typical gold flecked ribbed Murano vase – attributed to Barovier & Toso circa 1960’s.

Heavy glass vase with a wide mouth opening.  Polished pontil bass.  Typical of Barovier & Toso’s work.

Vase measures:  8 1/2 inches high x 9 1/2 inches wide.

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Large “Sevrés” signed “Ab. Schilt a Sevres” Hand Painted Porcelain – 2 Handled Pedestal Vase with 2 Scenes – circa 1850

Large “Sevrés” signed “Ab. Schilt a Sevres” Hand Painted Porcelain – 2 Handled Pedestal Vase with 2 Scenes – circa 1850

An impressive 19 inches high x 15 inches wide sized globular shaped vase on pedestal.  The vase has a scene of gypsy women on the one side and on the other side a scene of a South Pacific island with boats in the background and palm tree in the front.  The cobalt blue background shows off the nice gold work on top of it.  The handles are white with more gold work.  The pedestal also decorated with heavy gilding and the octagonal shaped base is bronze.

The front scene is signed on the lower left “Ab Schilt a Sevres” – Louis Pierre Schilt painter at the Sevrés factory – born 1790 – died 1859.

The painted scenes are beautiful quality.

Measures:  18.75 inches high x 15 inches wide (handle to handle).

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