Day 1 Catalogue

Saturday & Sunday, August 3rd & 4th, 2002:
Chester Arena, Pigs loop Road, Chester, NS.
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Eleanor Pew Morris Memorial Rink, Pig Loop Rd. Chester, Nova Scotia
Office phone number: 902-423-3226

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Saturday August 3rd
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1 A pair of English sterling sugar tongs with bright cutting. Makers: William, Ann & Peter Bateman, London 1805.
2 An Irish box wood card case with a marquetry-work harp, shamrock decoration, c.1850 .
3 A pair of silver plated stuffing spoons by Elkington & Co. with a registration mark for May 1872.
4 A European 19th century oval form .800 silver snuff box, the lid with an enameled plaque of an 18th century lady and gentlemen in a bucolic setting.
5 A set of four early American ladder back arm chairs with rush seats.
6 "Corvette 487" by Jack Gray, a drawing, signed, with a notation, dated April 1st 1945 5" x 6 1/4".
7 A Japanese carved ebony figure inlaid with silver wire, c. 1900, signed on base.
8 A collection of misc. mother of pearl buttons, late 19th or early 20th century.
9 A sewing kit in a heart shaped box; the scissors, needle case and darning tool in sterling silver.
10 An Empire cherry wood veneer table with shaped top, c.1840.
11 A Staffordshire pottery English cottage, c.1860.
12 A parian ware flower basket, c.1900.
13 A James Dixon & Son silver plate fowl cover, c.1860. 18" long at base.
14 A Carlton Ware "Rouge Royal" bone china tea set for six.
15 A European one drawer table, c.1810.
16 A Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern porcelain compote.10 1/5" long, 5" high.
17 "The Northern Sky" by Graham Noble Norwell, OSA (1901 - 1967), watercolour 11 1/2" x 14 1/2".
18 An English silver plate tea kettle on stand, c.1900. Maker F&F.
19 "Travelers in a row boat", oil on canvas, c. 1890. 24" x 36".
20 An early mahogany carved frame Victorian lady's chair, c.1850.
21 A dome-topped ebony box with silver mounts, some loss, prob. Scotland, 18th century.
22 A pair of Dresden porcelain figural candlelabara with three sconce branches, handpainted, 19th century.
23 A grouping of Victorian sewing items, needle cases, tape measure, etc.
24 A Caucasian Kazak rug, c.1900. 4' x 6'.
25 An early Victorian gentleman's carved frame open arm chair.
26 An Imari pattern porcelain plate, c.1830, possibly Derby.
27 A Victorian silverplated wine ewer, c.1860.
28 An 18th century glass smoke bell, the blown glass bell with hanger eyelet.
29 A Royal Navy sterling boatswain's call. Birmingham 1871.
30 An American four drawer chest on stand, c.1780. The stand reduced.
31 Five misc. pieces of English porcelain, early 19th century.
32 A large silverplated tea tray with pierced gallery.
33 A French domed top silver snuff box. 19th century.
34 "Day's End Around the Campus (University of Toronto)" by Nicholas Hornyansky . Etching 9" x 10".
35 A three drawer over three drawer chest, c.1820.
36 An octagonal step-form mahogany tea caddy, c.1810. Photo Photo
37 A pair of Japanese ceramic vases, Meiji period, c.1890. 8" high.
38 "Gathering Sap, 1939" by Anthony (Tony) Francis Law, 1916 - 1996, oil on board, 13 1/2" x 16 1/2".
39 A Shirvan rug, Russia, mid-20th century.
40 A set of mahogany banded bedsteps with gilt tooled green leather insets, c.1820.
41 A papier mache sewing box with a mother of pearl inlaid and gilt decorated top, c.1840.
42 A Geo. III sterling marrow scoop, London 1817.
43 A Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern porcelain covered bowl, underplate, cup and saucer.
44 A silver plated butler's tray with wavy edge and pierced gallery, 19th century.
45 An Empire breakfast table, c.1845.
46 A set of 8 porcelain oyster plates, c.1840.
47 A pair of silver plated berry spoons with sterling collets, Sheffield 1887.
48 A Lalique covered dish, signed on base and lid.
49 A Kazak rug, c.1890.
50 A Victorian carved back armchair with needlepoint seat, c.1850. Photo Photo
51 A Chinese export octagonal-shaped porcelain platter. 19th century. Photo Photo
52 A Birks sterling Queens pattern flatware set including 8 dinner forks, 8 luncheon forks, 5 tea spoons, 6 dessert spoons, 6 bouillon spoons, 4 serving spoons, a meat fork, 8 butter knives, butter server, sugar spoon, small ladle, 8 luncheon knives, 8 dinner forks and a 3-piece carving set. Weighable silver 72 oz.
53 An English porcelain cup, saucer and underplate, hand painted, c.1810.
54 A Birks sterling flower vase, the floral chased bowl with a gilt interior and a weighted base.
55 A high back chair with carved rail, c.1840.
56 "Halifax Harbour from Citadel Hill" by Dusan Kadlec, signed, oil on board, 12" x 16". Photo Photo
57 A silverplated breakfast dish with revolving top, English c.1890.
58 "Road into Bush - Hunts Point" by Gordon Eastcott Payne, OSA, AOCA, NSA, CPE (1891 1983), oil on board, 8" x 10".
59 "Don Quixote" by J. Bautice, cast iron, France, c.1890. 29" high.
60 An early Victorian mahogany tilt top table, the fluted column on a triangular base, c.1840.
61 A British sterling small chalice, # 462 of 600, produced to commemorate the 9th Centenary of Chichester Cathedral in 1975, with presentation case. 10ozs.
62 "The Castle Keep" by Hedley Hilton, an etching signed in pencil, published 1946. 20" x 20".
63 A pair of 19th century white overlay cranberry girandoles with prisms.
64 A bronze figure of a woman mounted on a pink marble base with indistinct signature.
65 A three over three drawer mahogany chest, c.1840, with maker's label "Pantechnion, W. Boote & Sons Liverpool". Photo Photo
66 "The Elephant Trainer" by Arthur Lismer, initialed bottom right. Mr. Lismer would execute these delightful sketches quickly when working with children in art classes. See attached 1978 newspaper article. 17" x 22".
67 A Dresden porcelain mirror frame decorated with flowers and cherubs, c.1780.
68 A pair of Geo IV sterling serving spoons, Glasgow 1827. Maker John Mitchell.
69 A Caucasian rug, c.1880.
70 A one drawer over three drawer chest with Doric columns, c.1840.
71 "An Angel in the Garden" by Gordon Roache signed, titled, dated 1988, oil on board, 60" x 48"
72 A Birks sterling Georgian engraved flatware set for eight including 8 each of the following: dinner forks, dinner knives, luncheon forks, luncheon knives, butter knives, dessert spoons, tea spoons, bouillon spoons. 72 pieces total in a fitted canteen. 68 oz. weighable silver.
73 An Irish amber cut crystal covered jar, c.1820.
74 A set of Limoges bone china dinner ware, the rims with gilt decoration.
75 A William IV mahogany dining table with tapered fluted legs, c.1830. 58" long, 46.5" wide.
76 "A Busy Dock, Halifax" by Dusan Kadlec, signed, oil on board, 12" x 16". Photo Photo
77 A pair of Staffordshire Dalmatian figurines, c.1840. Photo Photo
78 A Persian Mahal Sarouk carpet, c.1920. 11" x 14".
79 "Houses by the Sea" by Mabel K. Day, NSA (1884 - 1960), signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 24". Photo Photo
80 A Sheraton form mahogany armchair, c.1810.
81 A good Nova Scotia sampler signed Hannah Jane Sanford aged 12 years. Newport N.S November 21 A.D 1826. Provenance: by direct family descent to present owner. Excellent condition. 15" x 16" . Photo Photo
82 "The Note" by Chas. Gray, signed, oil on canvas.
83 An English porcelain vase, c.1820, signed Flight Barr & Barr Royal Porcelain Works Worcester London House, 1 Coventry Street, also with crowned FBB incuse mark. 4 1/4" high.
84 A good Old Sheffield Plate tantalus frame complete with four cut crystal bottles and a serving dish suspended in the upper frame, c.1800.
85 A mahogany three drawer stand, c.1840. Photo Photo
86 "Poppies" by David Silverberg, an engraving, # 22 of 30, 11 1/2" x 17".
87 "The Placid Pond" by John Cook, signed and dated 1969, oil on board, 20"x16"
88 A Birks four piece sterling tea set including a tea pot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl and hot water pot, all with gadrooned bodies. Weighable silver 44 oz. Together with a silver plate tray.
89 " Volta", a bronze bust on marble stand, c.1910.
90 A late 18th or early 19th century corner cupboard, the doors with grain painted panels, the china cabinet retaining its late 18th century glass.
91 "Red Maple, North West Arm, Halifax", Elizabeth Styring Nutt, ARCA, NSA, oil on board, 16" x 13". Photo Photo
92 A sterling Inkwell in the form of a ship's bell, Birmingham 1916. Presented in 1916 to Commodore E.J Headland DSO, RN, in Durban.
93 A Turner blue and white porcelain vase with oriental transfer ware design, c. 1820. Turner incuse mark. 5 5/8" high.
94 A rosewood sarcophagus-form tea caddy, c.1820
95 An American Classical drop-leaf mahogany breakfast table, the pineapple column on carved legs with carved talon feet, prob. New York. c.1830. Photo Photo
96 "Farm Field with Horses" by Frederick Stanley Haines, PRCA, OSA (1879 -1960), oil on board, 20" x 26".
97 A Satsuma vase, signed on the base with maker's mark, Japanese, c.1880. Photo Photo
98 An Aesthetic Movement claret jug, the crystal body etched with birds & ferns, the silverplate top similarly decorated, the handle as a ram's head.
99 A Queen's pattern sterling silver flatware set made by John Round Sheffield 1924 comprising 8 dinner forks, 11 luncheon forks, 9 shrimp forks,12 dessert forks, 8 butter knives, 8 dessert spoons, 8 bouillon spoons, 8 teaspoons, 8 luncheon knives, 4 serving spoons, sugar spoon, gravy ladle and 12 contemporary Sheffield steel dinner knives with bone handles; all in a later fitted mahogany canteen. Weighable silver 104 oz., knives not included.
100 An American settee, the rolled arms inlaid with compass roses, c.1830. Photo Photo
101 A brass-bound plate bucket with carrying handle, c.1820. Photo Photo
102 A pair of Staffordshire whippet and rabbit figurines, c.1920. Photo Photo
103 A European .800 silver flower basket with swing handle, the pierced basket decorated overall with ribbons, garlands of flowers and birds. Height of basket, handle not included, 11 1/4"; weight 36 oz. c.1890.
104 A pair of 18th century Miessen porcelain candelabra with figural bases, repairs, loss.
105 An English mahogany dining room table with fluted legs, c.1835
106 "Snapper Fishing" by S.M Zuckerberg, signed, oil on board, 12" x 20"
107 A Japanese steel blade with carved bone handle and sheath, c.1910.
108 A 19th century artist's lay figure with articulated limbs, 31". Excellent condition
109 "A White House on a River" by Thomas Waterman Wood, signed with initials bottom left T.W '79, oil on canvas, 16" x 24". Photo Photo
110 Eight William IV mahogany dining chairs, the legs with leaf and petal decoration, c.1830.
111 A crystal brandy decanter with stopper, signed Steuben.
112 Three staffordshire poodles, c.1860.
113 A string of cultured pearls with 14kt. Gold and pearl clasp.
114 A double strand pearl bracelet, the 14kt. gold flower motif clasp set with sapphires and a small diamond.
115 A Nova Scotia 8 drawer chest with bird's eye maple drawer fronts, c.1830. Photo Photo
116 "The Placid Bay" by Lewis Smith, signed, oil on board, 12" x 14".
117 A Stafforshire figurine of a man draped with a folded tartan cape, c.1850.
118 A French bird-in-cage music box.
119 A Regencey steel fireplace fender, c.1810.
120 A bookcase cabinet on two-drawer cupboard base, c.1890. B129
121 "The Bimbi" a bronze sculpture, 22" high, c.1920.
122 A Geo. III mahogany drop-leaf Pembroke table with X-frame cross stretcher, east coast North America, c.1770.
123 A Birks sterling presentation punch bowl presented to Ralph Bell Director General Aircraft Production Branch for his duties from June 1940 to Sept 1944. The bowl with gilt interior, grape and vine mounts. Weight 96 oz.
124 " Blue Rocks, NS" by Leonard C. Lane (1910 - 1978) signed oil on board 20 x 26 in. Photo Photo
125 A mahogany campaign chest, one drawer fitted with a secretary compartment c.1820. Photo Photo
126 A bronze figure of an Indian deity with enamelled eyes, 19th century. Photo Photo
127 A Staffordshire inkwell as a bird's nest, c.1850.
128 A Moorcroft Pottery pomegranate pattern baluster vase, blue signature, 10 1/2" Photo Photo
129 "The Carpet Ball" by Tom Forrestall, signed and dated 1982, tempera, 9" x 15".
130 An elmwood serpentine-fronted hall table, 18th/19th century. Photo Photo
131 A pair of Lalique crystal partridges.
132 "Boy with Crab" by DeLotto,signed, a bronze sculpture, 39" high.
133 A lady's 9ct. gold charm bracelet, the charms including 1912 soverign, gold nugget, three watch fobs, etc. Various charms marked as well as bracelet.
134 A gentleman's brass-bound rosewood travelling writing box complete with silver plate pen trays, boxes, etc., inscribed with the owner's name Oswald Roger.
135 An Empire mahogany two drawer stand with dropleaves, c.1840. Photo Photo
136 A Staffordshire figurine of a spaniel, c.1840.
137 "Rain Squalls over Cape Smokey, Ingonish, Cape Breton, 1975" by Charles Fraser Comfort, signed PRCA, OSA (1990 - 1994) oil/canvas 20 x 26 in., Kennlyside Gallery, Vancouver and Roberts Gallery, Toronto labels. Photo Photo
138 A Worcester covered jar in Kakiemon style c 1770. 61/2 inches high. Photo Photo
139 Salmon Racks, Mountain Valley, B.C. by Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith, R.C.A., O.S.A. (1846-1923), watercolour on paper, 16" x 10". Photo Photo
140 A walnut ribbon-back settee, 18th century.
141 "Looking out over Second Peninsula Inlet from the old Aker Barn" by Joseph Purcell, signed, dated 1972, oil on board, see back for artist's notes, 22" x 30" Photo Photo
142 A 19th century music box, working, with 8" barrel, comb missing one tooth.
143 A 19th century hand painted porcelain urn.
144 "G. Wheel Wright”. Brigantine. Built in Liverpool, NS, in 1862 for Lewis A. Sponagle of Liverpool, NS. Painted by Heinrich Andreas Sophus Petersen (1834-1916), Altona, Germany (Hamburg). Painted circa 1870. Signed lower right “H. Petersen”. 18 1/2 x 25 1/2”, oil on canvas. Relined but on its original stretcher and in the original frame. Photo Photo
145 A 19th century kidney-shaped lady's desk, all-over chevron inlay, with shaped marble top, signed under top.
146 Two "Courtesans in a Courtyard" - Japanese wood block prints
147 Four gilt brass wall sconces, each two branch sconce mounted with a pipe playing putti, c.1890.
148 "Boy selling Crabs" a bronze on a marble base. Height 19".
149 A set of four English sterling spoons in a fitted blue case, the finials and gilt bowls cast with winged fairies and elves. London 1899. Length 7 1/2 ", weight 9 oz. Photo Photo
150 A Regency style satin wood dressing table with looking glass by Maples London (with label).
151 An English sterling reeded tablespoon, London 1788. George Smith and William Fearn.
152 A Connecticut cherry wood dropleaf table, c.1780.
153 "Seascape" by Joseph Purcell signed oil/board 22 x 30 in. Photo Photo
154 A classical design sterling silver covered dish by Ball, Black & Co., American, c.1880.
155 A 19th century carved miniature footstool in the form of a firebench, the Napoleonic-motif upholstery close nailed.
156 A Lalique Martinet-patterned vase complete with original box.
157 A Geo. III sterling silver salver. Maker George Ashworth, Sheffield 1834. 20" diam. 120 ozs. Photo Photo
158 A majolica jug in the form of a monkey, 19th century.
159 A Spode dessert set including two covered sauce tureens, open bowl, four dishes with shell shaped handles, two oval fruit bowls, 22 dessert plates, c. 1810. A note written in August 1949 outlines the provenance of this set from the Duke of Kent's residence in Quebec. Photo Photo
160 A mahogany serpentine fronted 4 drawer chest, c.1790, with string inlay, retaining tops of original bracket feet, reduced in size.Photo Photo
161 "Hunger", a Kate Kolliwitz steel engraving, blind stamp bottom right, 17 3/4" x 21".
162 A brass-bound rosewood lap box with fitted interior, c.1820.
163 A set of 12 armorial plates by Ch. Pillivut & Co., Paris, 19th century.
164 "Study for Tug" by Donald Curley, signed, dated '73, oil on board, 11" x 14".
165 A Victorian sideboard with carved handles and leaf-carved splash board, c.1850.
166 A Sevres chocolate cup, saucer and lid. The body hand painted with a portrait of Marie Antoinette;with the red seal of Chateau Des Tuileries and u & v incuse mark 6 1/2 " high. Lid restored. Photo Photo
167 A Victorian bronzed spelter ewer.
168 A Van Briggle Art Nouveau vase with Van Briggle, Colorado incuse mark.
169 A Goldsmiths & Silversmiths hand hammered sterling cup in Arts &Crafts style London 1909. This cup is engraved around the rim "Mr.& Mrs. T. Wiles Chitty in remembrance of a delightful visit, May 20th, to August 14, 1913 from The Prince". This cup was presented by the Prince of Wales and has descended to the current owner. Height 4 1/4". Weight 12 ozs.
170 A pair of Willam Morris side chairs. This pair of chairs was item no. G5 in the 1993 Art Gallery of Ontario The Earthly Paradise William Morris Exhibition and is described on page 180 of the catalogue as follows: "Sussex" round chair after 1865. Ebonized birch, rush seat, Height 88.9 cm. Morris & Co. catalogue c.1910. The chairs are illustrated on page 181 of the catalogue. This lot is sold with a copy of the exhibition catalogue. Photo Photo
171 "A Cathedral" a framed steel engraving. London, published April 1st 1887 signed by artist.
172 A blue and white porcelain blue willow pattern tureen by Royal Worcester, c. 1890.
173 A pair, antique miniature chairs, rush seats,
174 A camphor wood campaign trunk, c.1850.
175 A mahogany two over three drawer brass-bound campaign chest; the right hand top drawer fitted as secretary with compartments, drawers and a writing surface, c.1830.
176 An oriental famille noire porcelain charger, the field decorated with a peacock, flowers, etc. c.1890. Firing crack on rim.
177 A pair of gilt 19th century three branch wall sconces mounted with putti.
178 "Rocky Hillside, NS" by Mabel K. Day, signed NSA (1884 - 1960) oil on board 10" x 12". Photo Photo
179 A pair of 19th century gilt wood stools. Photo Photo
180 A Regency one drawer lady's table with lift top.
181 An early North American footed casket, the pitched top with a lift top door carved with various devices, the door secured by strap work, 18th century. Restorations Photo Photo
182 Four Liverpool ware china cups and saucers with various transfer ware scenes of the English country side including ruins of stately homes, waterfalls etc. c.1840.
183 "The Brig William Panton", a ship's portrait, oil on canvas. The William Panton, built in 1845, was one ship in the fleet of John Munn and Co. whose mercantile fleet was based in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland between 1770 and 1918. 21" x 33". Photo Photo
184 A sterling reeded christening mug by Thomas Dexter, London 1813.
185 A Regency rosewood sewing stand, c.1815. Photo Photo
186 "Brunswick Street, Reflections", by Gordon Roache, signed, acrylic on board, 18" x 20".
187 A good peach blow lamp with a floral decorated shade and base. C 1890
188 A Halifax drop-leaf Pembroke table, c.1840, signed with stencil E.D Heffernan, Furniture Hall.
189 An English Kings pattern luncheon set in a fitted case.  The set, for 18, comprising 18 knives and forks and serving knife and fork.  The sterling handles crested.  No date letter.  The handles and silver plate blades by Henry Aiken, Sheffield.  c.1860
190 An 19th century yew wood Windsor chair with crinoline stretcher, c.1830. Photo Photo
191 "Dutch Canal " by A.J Zwart, signed, oil on canvas. Photo Photo
192 A Geo. III sterling sauce ladle, London 1786. Makers: George Smith and William Fearn.
193 An English bone china cup, saucer, coffee can, and plate, c.1810.
194 A set of Kings pattern sterling silver flatware comprising 12 dinner forks, 12 luncheon forks, 12 dessert spoons, 12 tablespoons, 12 luncheon spoons; 60 pieces by Francis Higgins, London (specialist's spoonmaker) dates 1861-1867, 152 ozs. Plus 42 pieces by C.B. & S. Sheffield 1927 including 12 cake forks, 12 bouillon spoons, 12 berry forks and 6 demi-tasse spoons, 46 ozs.   Plus an additional 10 teaspoons London 1897, 10 teaspoons Glasgow 1829, 6 Birks butter knives, 2 sauce ladles London 1897, pr. sugar tongs, mint ladle, 38 ozs.; together with 12 dinner knives, 12 luncheon knives London 1927 and a 2-piece carving set.  Some rubbing of marks.  Most pieces crested with a stag beneath a lion rampant flag.  One dinner knife with broken blade.  158 pieces in total.  236 ozs. weighable silver.
195 A 19th century yew and elm "Yorkshire" Windsor armchair with decorative splat, c.1840. Photo Photo
196 "Halifax Harbour" by John Cook, signed, oil on board.
197 A Worcester tea pot, the fluted body with Chinese figure pattern, c.1775. Restorations. Photo Photo
198 A Worcester tea pot with floral-painted oval body, c.1770. Restorations. Photo Photo
199 A New Hall serpentine form teapot, hand painted with flowers, c.1800. Puce painted pattern number 442 on base. Spider crack in glaze, chip to lid. Photo Photo
200 A Geo.III two drawer mahogany sofa table with dropleaves and opposing dummy-fronted panels, c.1790. Photo Photo
201 "The West Glenn" a ship's portrait in oils on academy board, 22 1/2" x 29 1/2". Photo Photo
202 A Regency three ring crystal decanter with stopper, c.1820.
203 Lot to appear.
204 "Lockeport" by Mabel K. Day, NSA (1884 - 1960), oil on canvas, 24" x 27".
205 A carved rosewood settee with laminated wood construction, American c.1860. Photo Photo
206 A pair of Staffordshire bulls, c.1840. One of the bulls lacking a horn. Photo Photo
207 A Vienna regulator clock in walnut case, the pediment with a carved face.
208 A Heriz carpet, c.1905. 9' x 11'
209 An early 19th century American silk embroidered needlework picture, executed in a variety of gold, green, blue, red, yellow and brown silk and satin stitches including chenille, along with a free hand painting on a silk ground depicting the healing of the blind man. Initialled M.D. in gilt on black glass border. In original gilt frame with early glass. Image size 31" x 24". Framed size 43" x 37". Possibly Margaret Ditmar. Photo Photo
210 A Regency chaise longue with bolsters. Photo Photo
211 Lot to appear.
212 A Regency cut steel fireplace fender, c.1815.
213 A Meissen, blue and white fruit-dish, flower decorated in rococo relief cartouches, gilded.  19th century, the blue underglaze mark, decorator's mark and incised production numbers:  Royal Porcelain Manufactory.
214 "The Brookside", a ship's portait in oils, 22 1/2" x 29 1/2". Photo Photo
215 A set of 4 late Regency side chairs carved with flower baskets. Applied with BADA stickers. Photo Photo
216 Three Staffordshire figurines including two spaniels and a miniature poodle, c.1850
217 "Westwind" by John Cook, signed, 1959, oil on board, 16" x 20".
218 A Pennsylvania coverlet made by John S. Goodman, Luzerne Co. Penn. 1849 Photo Photo
219 A Victorian tole painted tray with gilt decoration and mother of pearl inlay.
220 A carved oak mule chest in Elizabethan taste, elements of early wood, restorations.
221 A Staffordshire stirrup cup as a fox's head, c.1840. 5 1/4" high. Together with a hound's head stirrup cup, the hound's head restored. Photo Photo
222 A lady's trinity diamond ring in a Birks 14/18kt. gold setting. The centre stone approx .95 ct.
223 "Afternoon Surf, Peggy's Cove" by W.E.de Garthe, signed,oil on board,16"x 20"
224 An Old Sheffield Plate entrée dish.
225 A Sutherland table, the top inlaid, c.1860.
226 A Victorian silver pendant and earring set, the cross form set with white stones.
227 A treen ware wall box and covered jar of similar design. English, c.1890.
228 "Offshore Sailors" by Ross MacCulloch, signed, oil on board, 12" x 16", with Klinkhoff Gallery label.
229 A Regency armchair with carved back, c.1815.
230 A Geo. III footstool frame, English, c.1790.
231 A Birks sterling butter dish and cover, c.1890.
232 A Staffordshire figurine of a jockey on a racehorse, c.1850.
233 Fish Sheds on Wharf, Manly Edward MacDonald, RCA, OSA, (1889 - 1971), oil on board 11 1/4" x 14 1/2".
234 Pastoral scene, W. H. Eickelberg, Dutch, 1845-1920, signed, oil on panel, 17" x 10". Photo Photo
235 A pair of left and right-facing Victorian mahogany frame fainting sofas, c.1840.
236 A Staffordshire cow as a spill holder, c.1850.
237 Boy with jug, a bronze by August Moreau, 19" high.
238 A 19th century landscape by W. Hollis, signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 30".
239 A one drawer side cabinet with carved pull, c.1850.
240 A one drawer side cabinet with carved nut pulls, c.1850.
241 A Staffordshire spill holder, together with two Staffordshire sheep figurines.
242 A Birks platinum trinity ring with a centre sapphire set between two shoulder mounted diamonds.
243 A Victorian child's sewing chair, in an ebonized frame and upholstererd in velvet.
244 "Smiling Boy", a bronze by Martino.
245 A one drawer cabinet with nut pulls, c.1850.
246 A painted miniature of a lady with pearls, signed, French ivory frame.
247 Seascape by Mozzell, signed, oil on canvas, 24" x 26".
248 A lady's solitaire diamond ring in 18kt white gold setting.
249 A string of pearls together with a pearl brooch, ring and stud earrings.
250 A fireplace insert, the wrought iron dogs mounted with pierced brass tops, c.1890. Photo Photo
251 An Adams Calyx ware dinnerware set comprising approx. 150 pces.
252 A Persian hand-knotted camel bag, c.1890. Approx. 22" x 36". Photo Photo
253 A Persian Mahal Sarouk carpet, c.1920. 10" x 13".
254 A federal style clock, the case with carved paw feet, label for Moses Barrett, Yarmouth, N.S.  c.1840
255 A marble octagonal topped tavern table on tripod wooden base, c 1860.
256 An oriental lacquer ware jewelry chest, c.1890. Photo Photo
257 A Jappy Fils brass works clock in gilt case, dated 1855, the clock mounted with porcelain plaques. The case signed Ph. Mourey.
258 A pair of mallet-shaped cut glass decanters, with 3 moulded neck
rings and faceted and star cut cushion stoppers, c.1840.
259 Flora, a bronze, French school, 19th century.
260 A set of 4 mahogany nesting tables, late Regency.
260a A Spode, Billingsley Rose pattern, dinnerware set comprising 8dinner plates, 9 luncheon plates, 8 salad plates, 10 bread and butterplates, 8 fruit bowls, 4 soup bowls, 4 butter pats, 15 coffee cups, 15saucers, 1 small platter, 1 oval scalloped serving bowl, 1 oval deep serving bowl, 1 gravy boat, 1 coffee pot, 1 tea pot, 1 covered sugarbowl, 1 creamer.
260b A William IV mahogany dropleaf table with reeded legs.
260c Four Baccarat crystal glasses.
260d A Mahal carpet, c.1920, 10' x 14.
260e A large crystal fruit bowl.
260f "R.I.P" (an abandoned Victorian house), Mike Hayes, oil on board, 24" x 36".
260g "Mountainous Landscape", oil on board, 8" x 6".
261 Three Staffordshire figures, two sheep plus a figural grouping, c.1850.
262 Three English hunting prints by Cecil Aldin in buckle motif frames.
263 "Grain Fields" by Thomas Mower Martin, watercolour on paper, 12" x 18".
264 A sterling silver ceremonial Mason's trowel from the dedication of St. Matthias Church, Coldwater, dated 1910.
265 A mahogany mirror frame with a pierced leaf pediment supporting a gilt bird finial, the early glass contained in a frame flanked by climbing leaves and vines.
266 Lot to appear.
267 A pair of Sheffield Plate entrée dishes with gadroon mounts and sterling overlay plaques, c.1840.
268 "Light and Shadows Kennebunkport Maine" by Anthony Law, signed, oil on board. In original artist's frame, 13" x 16".
269 "St. Julian Bay, Malta" by Anthony Law, signed, dated 1952 on back, oil on board, in original artist's frame, 14" x 16".
270 A mahogany three drawer chest with brass batwing handles, 18th century. Photo Photo
271 A Persian hand-knotted rug, c.1920. Approx. 44" x 72".
272 19th century landscape, unsigned, 22" x 36".
273 A Geo. III mahogany tea caddy, B374c.1790.
274 LA room sized (approx. 9' x 12') Tekke Bohara carpet in geometric design on a wine background.  Condition excellent.
275 An upholstered, shaped stool on a mahogany base with carved paw feet, c.1820.
276 A Birks three piece sterling tea set with fluted bodies. Together with a matching English silver plate coffee pot. c.1920.
277 "A Summer Landscape", oil on board in gilt frame, 12" x 14".
278 A Nisbet-form side chair with rope twist back rail.
279 A silver and horn hot toddy ladle, late 18th or early 19th century.
280 A fire screen with a framed needlework falcon, c.1850.
281 "Stained Glass Windows" by Elizabeth Cann, signed, oil on board, 8" x 10".
282 An Old Sheffield Plate fowl cover engraved with the Chitty coat of arms, c.1810. 13 1/5 length".
283 A 19th century bone china coffee set, five pieces including a tray. The set hand painted with flowers
284 A Birks sterling Rose Bower pattern flatware set comprising 6 dinnerforks, 6 cake forks, 6 dinner knives, 6 butter knives, 1 tablespoon, 1sauce ladle, 1 cake fork, 1 pickle fork, 1 cake slice, 11 teaspoons, 7bouillon spoons, pr. salad servers.
285 A pair of one drawer side tables, c.1920.
286 "Midnight Intrigue" by Rouge, signed, oil on canvas, 20" x 24".
287 An early Victorian glass vase with fluted, flared lip.
288 An 8' x 11' Chinese carpet, c.1920.
289 Hauling Logs in Winter by Gordon Roberts, oil on board, 16" x 20".
290 A fire bench on swan's neck legs, c.1860.
291 A French silver plate flatware set for 12 marked Boulenger, 1897, with case.
292 A Regency covered glass jar, c.1815.
293 "Returning Fishermen" by Thomas Hilton Garside, ARCA (1906 - 1980), oil on canvas, 16" x 20".
294 A sterling silver toast rack.
295 A French Empire style day bed chair.
296 A porcelain tile painted with roses.
297 "Still Life, Jug with Flowers", gouache and watercolor on paper.
298 An Asfari style oriental rug, c.1920, 52" x 80".
299 "Nude" a bronze by Farbel.
300 A Victorian cameo back settee, c.1850.
301 An Austrian Art Nouveau plaster figure. Restorations.
302 "Plums in a Dish", by G. V. A. Roling, oil on board.
303 A Lorenzen bowl with turquoise finish and cross-hatched pattern.
304 A painted Royal Doulton jar with gilt rim, signed E. Raby.
305 A Victorian rocking chair with fine needle point seat cover and back. The back with a figure of Evangeline.
306 "Peggy's Cove" by Hornyansky, a coloured print, 5" x 7".
307 A pair of blanc de chine figurines mounted as lamp bases, with shades.
308 A pair of Staffordshire poodle figurines, c.1840.
309 "Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia" by Frances Anne Johnston, signed, oil on board, 12" x 16".
310 A carved back chair, c.1840.
311 A carved and framed wooden crest by E.T Adney, signed. This framed crest was exhibited at the 1923 Art Association of Montreal 40th Spring Exhibition. Exhibition label on back. 14" x 17".
312 A double string of cultured pearls.
313 "Abstract Forest" by Carl Zimmerman, acrylic on board.
314 "Pulleney Bridge", a steel engraving by Hedley Hilton.
315 A two drawer commode stand, old paint, rabbit ear splashboard, late 18th or 19th century. Photo Photo
316 A pair of late Staffordshire sheep figurines as spill holders.
317 The Feather Hat", signed, gouache and watercolour on paper.
318 A good brass hanging fixture, the panels with thistle motif, c.1920.
319 A print entitled "Man in Armour", from the Glasgow Corporation Galleries in ebony and tortoiseshell style frame.
320 A gate-legged dining table with bird's eye maple frieze and turned legs, c.1820.
321 A Staffordshire figurine of a mounted aristocrat, c.1850.
322 "The Winter Hunt", a watercolour by H.Seiteomivz.
323 A Birks lady's diamond solitaire ring in 14/18kt gold setting.
324 A pair of Regency cut crystal candle stands on stepped base with cut crystal prisms.
325 A 19th century child's chair with tapestry back and seat cover.
326 An Old Sheffield Plate tea caddy, c.1810.
327 "Still life of Crustaceans", oil on canvas.
328 A Staffordshire figure of a whippet with a hare together with two poodle figurines, c.1920. Photo Photo
329 A 19th century samovar.
330 A six drawer mahogany small chest with shelf, c.1800.
331 Eight Mexican sterling wine goblets, Art Nouveau.
332 Eight Mexican sterling wine goblets, Art Nouveau
333 A staffordshire figural grouping, c.1850. 13.5 " high.
334 A Sevres vase, c.1880. Partial restorations to foot.
335 A mahogany stand with shaped shelves and flared finials, c.1840.
336 A set of 8 Pembroke pattern Derby plates, registration Sept. 1881.
337 "Vase of poppies" by Cathelin, #12 of 70, limited edition print. Photo Photo
338 An Asfari-style oriental mat, c.1920.
339 A European .800 silver cream pithcher
340 A walnut veneer sofa table, federal style, the carved columns on a platform base.
341 An opaque china Blue Willow pattern platter together with a Warranted Staffordshire platter. c.1850.
342 Three English gold plated watch fobs; two set with intaglio cut stones, the other with a cameo, c.1830.
343 A Royal Crown Derby Bluebell pattern part luncheon set comprising tea pot, creamer, sugar bowl, covered dish, two cake plates, five cups and saucers.
344 A Staffordshire figural grouping of a man and a woman, hand painted, c.1845.
345 A mahogany frame fire bench, c.1840.
346 A small papier mache lap desk and an oblong box, Victorian, c.1860.
347 A modern glass bowl, Italian, signed.
348 A modern glass bowl, Scandinavian, signed.
349 A modern design table stand with bird's eye maple discs supporting a circular glass table top.
350 Two silver plate muffineers and a Victorian silver plate Geo. II style coffee pot.
351 "Venice" by Marguerite Zwicker, signed, watercolour on paper, 14" x 16".
352 A 19th century enamelled bottle ticket together with a pinwheel cruet.
353 A bronze paperweight.
354 A European porcelain vase hand decorated with a garden scene, 19th century.
355 A late Regency settee, c.1820.
356 A Spode Colonial pattern bone china dinnerware set, registration mark 395839 for 1900 comprising: 8 dinner plates, 8 side plates, 8 demi tasses, 6 bouillon bowls, 8 underplates.
357 "Cape North Valley" by Joseph Purcell, signed, oil on board, 8" x 10".
358 "Blue Rocks" by Joseph Purcell, signed, oil on board, 8" x 10".
359 A Spode soup tureen and underplate, c.1810. Restored
360 Lot to appear.
361 A flow blue covered vegetable bowl, c.1850.
362 "Blind Man's Bluff", a steel engraving, c.1820.
363 A pair of rococo style wall sconces, c.1890.
364 A framed print of Faneuil Hall, Boston, the frame signed Elliott 1792, together with a wood sample from the Hall.
365 Lot to appear.
366 A pair of lidded silver plate entree dishes.
367 A Spode bowl, repair to lid.
368 "The Calm Bay" by Joseph Purcell, watercolour on paper.
369 Winter landscape by P. Hytginen?, signed, oil on board, 10" x 14".
370 A pair of English one drawer side tables, c.1920.
371 A large signed art glass vase, c.1965.
372 An Eyre and Spottiswood Limited Coronation Service book, the cover with a gilt Royal Coat of Arms, the body with The Form and Order of the Coronation of Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, 12th day of May 1937.
373 A pair of gilt 19th century wall sconces.
374 "The Wolfville Post Office". This print, from a folio of 1970's Canadian artists prints, later signed by Alex Colville.
375 A mahogany canterbury Boston 19th century with makers stencil
beneath drawer.
Photo Photo
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