Decorative Arts Auction
Wednesday 19 June 2013 at 7pm
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Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, CC, Toronto;
the Collection of Richard G. Meech, Q.C., Toronto; a Private
Collection, Philadelphia and by direction of Executors of Local
Estates, Institutions and Individuals
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Gold and Silver Smallwork, Boxes and Enamels
1
Edwardian Scottish Yellow Gold Mesh Evening
Bag, Glasgow, 1908
6.3” x 6.5” — 16 x 16.5 cm., 7.9 oz. — 246
grams, maker’s mark GD
3
George IV Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, Charles
Rawlings, London, 1825
length 3.2” — 8.2 cm., 3.5 oz. — 108 grams
4
Continental Silver Drop-Shaped Nutmeg Grater,
c.1690
length 1.6” — 4 cm., 0.8 oz. — 24 grams,
maker’s marks S(?) not identified
Est. $150/250
Est. $2,000/3,000
Est. $600/800
2
English Silver and Enamel Rectangular Cigar
Box, Omar Ramsden, London, 1921
the cover with three panels of galleons at sea,
length 7.5” — 19 cm., inscribed under the base
OMAR RAMSDEN ME FECIT
5
Austrian Enameled Silver Cigarette Case, Leda
and the Swan, Vienna, early 20th century
3.5” x 3.1” — 9 x 7.8 cm., 3.9 oz. — 121 grams,
maker’s marks FB
Est. $400/600
Est. $5,000/7,000
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[Aviation Pioneers] Continental Engraved and
Enameled Silver Cigarette Case, c.1935
with signatures of sixty-five celebrated pioneer
aviators on the front, back and inside the case,
including: Italo Balbo; Gabriele D’Annunzio;
Amelia Earhart; George Haldeman; Manuel
Gouveia; Harold Gatty; João Ribeiro de Barros;
Maj. Gen. Albert F. Hegenberger; Arthur
Whitten Brown; Arturo Ferrarin; Charles A.
Lindbergh; Charles Douglas Barnard; Lady Mary
Bailey; Richard Byrd; Louis Bleriot; Clarence
Chamberlain; Gerrit Geysendorffer; Winifred E.
Spooner; Mario de Bernardi; Alberto SantosDumont; etc., 3.2” x 4.8” — 8.2 x 12.3 cm., 7.4
oz. — 229 grams
8
Russian Silver Cigarette Case, Ivan Khlebnikov,
St. Petersburg, c.1890
3.9” x 2.8” — 9.8 x 7.1 cm., 4 oz. — 123 grams
Est. $500/700
9
Russian Silver Mounted Lapis Lazuli Bell Push,
Grigory Sbetnayev, Moscow, 1908-17
height 2” — 5 cm.
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $800/1,200
7
Russian Silver Playing Card Case, Felix
Abakumov, Moscow, c.1880-90
length 3.9” — 10 cm., 6.1 oz. — 189 grams
10
Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Circular Tray, Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow, late 19th century
diameter 6.6” — 16.7 cm., 7.3 oz. — 226 grams, assaymaster’s mark A.K
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $250/350
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Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Salt Chair, Gustav Klingert,
Moscow, 1894
height 3.3” — 8.4 cm., 5.1 oz. — 158 grams, assaymaster Lev Oleks
13
Russian Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Cup and Saucer with Spoon, Gustav
Klingert, Moscow, c.1890
diameter 4.1” — 10.5 cm., 6 oz. — 186 grams, the spoon by Nicholai
Alexeyev
Est. $1,500/2,000
Est. $600/800
12
Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Small
Kovsh, Mikhail Zorin, Moscow, 1908-17
length 4.3” — 11 cm., 3 oz. — 93 grams
Est. $400/600
14
Russian Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel
Beaker, Gustav Klingert, Moscow, c.1908-16
height 2.6” — 6.5 cm., 2.1 oz. — 66 grams
15
Russian Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Spoon,
Karl Fabergé, Moscow, c.1908-17
length 6.3” — 16.1 cm., 1.4 oz. — 42 grams
Est. $350/500
Est. $400/600
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Russian Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Spoon,
20th Artel, Moscow, c.1908-17
length 5.9” — 15 cm., 0.8 oz. — 26 grams
18
Russian Engraved Silver-Gilt Icon of The Kazan
Mother of God, St. Petersburg, 1862
5.5” x 4.6” — 14 x 11.6 cm.
20
Late Victorian Silver Two-Handled Bowl, Walker
& Hall, Sheffield, 1899
width 15.1” — 38.3 cm., 44.9 oz. — 1397 grams
Est. $150/25017
Est. $1,500/2,000
Est. $800/1,200
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies, Toronto
English Silver
17
Russian Silver Academy Badge, St. Petersburg,
late 19th century
height 2.4” — 6 cm., 1.3 oz. — 41 grams,
maker’s mark M.S or S.W
Est. $300/400
19
Pair of Edwardian Silver Five-Light Candelabra, Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co. and C.F. Hancock & Co.,
London and Sheffield, 1898-1903
height 18.5” — 47 cm., 113.9 oz. — 3543 grams
Est. $2,500/3,500
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George III Silver Salver, Elizabeth Cooke,
London, 1768
diameter 13.3” — 33.7 cm., 27.4 oz. — 851
grams
Est. $700/1,000
25
Pair of George IV Silver Salt Cellars, William Eley
II, London, 1826
diameter 3.5” — 8.9 cm., 8.8 oz. — 273 grams
23
George III Silver Coffee Pot, London, 1777
height 10.8” — 27.4 cm., 31.4 oz. — 976 grams
Est. $250/350
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies, Toronto
Est. $1,000/1,500
22
Pair of George III Silver Sauce Boats, William
Skeen, London, 1764
length 6.9” — 17.5 cm., 17.8 oz. — 553 grams
Est. $600/800
24
Pair of George III Silver Chinoiserie Tea Caddies and Covered Sugar Bowl, Samuel Taylor, London, 1762
in a red velvet lined shagreen case with silver mounts, height 5.9” — 15 cm., 25.1 oz. — 781 grams
Est. $5,000/7,000
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, Toronto; receipt from William Walter,
London, 1966
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George III Silver Circular Salver, Thomas
Hannam & Richard Mills, London, 1764
diameter 8.1” — 20.7 cm., 12.7 oz. — 396 grams
Est. $350/500
27
Pair of George III Silver Small Candlesticks, John
Winter & Co., Sheffield, 1782
height 6” — 15.2 cm.
Est. $400/600
28
George III Silver Gravy Argyle, John Emes,
London, 1801
height 7.6” — 19.4 cm., 13.1 oz. — 409 grams
30
George II Silver Coffee Pot, Thomas Whipham &
William Williams, London, c.1740
height 9.1” — 23 cm., 20.9 oz. — 650 grams
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $700/1,000
29
Two Pairs of George III Silver Salt Cellars,
Thomas Hobbs & James Taylor and Abraham
Peterson, London, 1798/1803
with spoons, height 2.2” — 5.5 cm., diameter
2.8” — 7 cm., 11.4 oz. — 355 grams, spoons are
1869
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George III Silver Oval Tea Caddy, John
Denzilow, London, 1781
height 4.5” — 11.5 cm., 10.7 oz. — 334 grams
Est. $400/600
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Est. $500/700
Continental Silver
32
George III Silver Two-Handled Cup, John Payne,
London, 1762
height 5.3” — 13.5 cm., 12.2 oz. — 379 grams
Est. $400/600
35
English Silver Oval Salver, James Dixon & Sons,
Sheffield, 1964
length 10.8” — 27.5 cm., 18.7 oz. — 583 grams
Est. $300/400
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies, Toronto
37
Dutch Silver Spoon,
late 17th century
the bowl engraved and
dated 1696, length 7.5”
— 19 cm., 1.9 oz. — 59
grams
Est. $200/300
(detail)
33
Victorian Silver Salver, William Hutton & Sons,
London, 1895
diameter 10” — 25.5 cm., 17.8 oz. — 554 grams
Est. $400/600
36
Pair of Victorian Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell
Pattern Serving Spoons, Charles Boyton (II),
London, 1865
length 12” — 30.4 cm., 14.1 oz. — 439 grams
Est. $250/350
38
Dutch Silver Oval Brandy Bowl, Sneek, 1733
length 9.9” — 25.2 cm., 7 oz. — 218 grams
Est. $600/800
34
Victorian Silver Inkstand, Edward, Edward, John
& William Barnard, London, 1840
with twin cut glass wells, length 10.6” — 27 cm.,
14.2 oz. — 442 grams
Est. $500/700
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Dutch Silver-Gilt Oval Brandy Bowl, with a Victorian Copy and Pair of Matching Covers, Henry
Holland, London, 1877
length 9.6” — 24.5 cm., 32.4 oz. — 1007 grams
Est. $800/1,200
42
Austrian Silver-Gilt Coffee Pot, J.Hueber, Vienna,
1787
height 10.1” — 25.7 cm., 19.8 oz. — 615 grams
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, Toronto
Est. $800/1,200
40
German Silver Covered Jar, early 20th century
height 4.4” — 11.2 cm., 6.2 oz. — 193 grams,
maker’s seal mark MMM with lamp
Est. $150/250
41
German Silver Tea and Coffee Service, George Roth & Co., Hannau, c.1900
comprising seven pieces, tray length 22.4” — 57 cm., 190.7 oz. — 5932 grams
Est. $3,000/4,000
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Pair of French Silver Pots-de Crème with Covers,
Paris, mid-18th century
height 2.9” — 7.4 cm., 6.7 oz. — 208 grams
Est. $250/350
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies, Toronto
45
Danish Silver ‘Old Danish’ Pattern Flatware Service,
Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen, Copenhagen,
20th century
comprising one hundred and fourteen pieces:
12 dinner knives
11 luncheon forks
13 tea spoons
12 dinner forks
12 dessert spoons
11 coffee spoons
12 luncheon knives
12 pastry forks
12 tea knives
123.5 oz. — 3842 grams
pair of salad servers
large serving spoon
large serving fork
pickle fork
cheese knife
butter knife
Est. $4,000/6,000
44
Continental Silver and Cut Glass Five-Bottle
Cruet, possibly Danish, early 19th century
height 13.5” — 34.2 cm., 16 oz. — 498 grams,
maker’s mark Smith
Est. $400/600
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies; Toronto;
engraved with Davies family crest
46
Danish Silver ‘Beaded’ Pattern
Flatware Service, Georg Jensen,
Copenhagen, 20th century
comprising sixty-one pieces:
11 dinner knives
11 dinner forks
11 luncheon forks
11 soup spoons
12 tea spoons
2 butter spreaders
butter knife
pair of salad servers
67.5 oz. — 2100 grams
Est. $3,000/4,000
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Canadian and American Silver
49
Canadian Silver Covered Bowl, Carl Poul
Petersen, Montreal, Que., mid-20th century
diameter 5.4” — 13.7 cm., 9.1 oz. — 282 grams
Est. $250/350
47
Pair of Canadian Silver Comports, Carl Poul Petersen, Montreal, Que., mid-20th century
height 8.2” — 20.8 cm., 36.2 oz. — 1125 grams
Est. $1,500/2,000
48
Pair of Canadian Silver Chambersticks, Carl Poul Petersen, Montreal, Que., mid-20th century
width 5.5” — 14 cm., 7.6 oz. — 236 grams
50
Canadian Silver Comport, Carl Poul Petersen,
Montreal, Que., mid-20th century
height 8.3” — 21 cm., 18.8 oz. — 584 grams
Est. $400/600
Est. $700/1,000
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Canadian Silver Covered Bowl, Douglas Boyd,
Richmond Hill, Ont., 1971
plain, with openwork finial and stem on a
circular base, height 6” — 15.2 cm., diameter 7”
— 17.7 cm.
53
Canadian Silver Small Mug, George Savage,
Montreal, second quarter of the 19th century
height 3.5” — 8.8 cm., 4.5 oz. — 141 grams
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $400/600
54
Canadian Silver Small Mug, Robert Hendery,
Montreal, Que. for John Leslie, Ottawa, Ont.,
c.1870
height 3.4” — 8.7 cm., 3.5 oz. — 108 grams
Est. $200/300
52
Canadian Silver Pap Boat, William Morrison for
John Ellis, Toronto, Ont., c.1855-65
length 6.3" — 16 cm., 4.2 oz. — 131 grams
Est. $400/600
55
Canadian Silver ‘Louis XV’ Pattern Flatware Service, Henry Birks & Sons,
Montreal, Que., 20th century
comprising two hundred pieces:
24 luncheon knives
24 luncheon forks 24 salad forks
2 pate knives
2 pickle forks
24 dessert spoons 24 coffee spoons 2 gravy ladles
2 preserve spoons
24 tea spoons
4 table spoons
2 sauce ladles
2 small tea spoons
24 tea knives
2 pie servers
2 cold meat forks
2 butter knives
2 sugar tongs
2 olive forks
2 berry spoons
2 pairs of carvers
158 oz. — 4914 grams
Est. $3,000/4,000
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American Silver Tea Kettle on Lampstand,
Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore, Md., mid19th century
height 15.7” — 40 cm., 77.4 oz. — 2406 grams
59
American Silver ‘Cinderella’ Pattern Tea and Coffee Service, Gorham Mfg. Co.,
Providence, R.I., 20th century
comprising six pieces, length 25.4” — 64.5 cm., 198 oz. — 6157 grams
Est. $3,500/5,000
Est. $2,000/3,000
58
Pair of American Silver Wine Coasters, Gorham
Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I., 1877
with turned wood bases, diameter 5.8” — 14.7
cm.
57
American Silver Large Ewer, Dominick & Haff,
New York, N.Y., 1889
height 18.5” — 46.9 cm., 56.8 oz. — 1768 grams
Est. $1,200/1,600
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Est. $600/800
60
American Silver Coffee Pot, Tiffany & Co., New
York, N.Y., early 20th century
height 9.4” — 24 cm., 16.4 oz. — 511 grams
Est. $350/500
61
American Silver ‘Versailles’ Pattern Flatware Service,
Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, R.I., c.1900
comprising one hundred and sixty-four pieces:
12 dinner knives
8 large soup spoons
2 salad forks
12 dinner forks
12 soup spoons
10 pastry forks
12 luncheon knives
12 seafood forks
13 dessert spoons
12 luncheon forks
12 butter spreaders
11 tea spoons
192.1 oz. — 5974 grams
10 coffee spoons
12 iced tea spoons
3 serving spoons
3 serving forks
3 ladles
preserve spoon
pickle fork
pie slice
angel cake server
poultry shears
Est. $2,500/3,500
62
American Silver ‘Century’ Pattern
Flatware Service, Tiffany & Co.,
New York, N.Y., mid-20th century
comprising fifty pieces:
8 dinner knives
8 dinner forks
8 dessert spoons
8 salad forks
8 tea spoons
8 coffee spoons
serving spoon
serving fork
65.7 oz. — 2043 grams
Est. $1,500/2,000
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Glass
63
‘Deux Figurines Dos à Dos’, Lalique Moulded
Glass and Gilt Metal Brooch, c.1920
1.3” x 2.2” — 3.3 x 5.5 cm., stamped marks R†L,
LALIQUE FRANCE
66
‘Laurier’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass
Vase, 1920s
height 7” — 17.8 cm., wheel-carved R LALIQUE
FRANCE, engraved No.947
69
‘Coquilles’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass
Plate, 1920s
diameter 11.8” — 30 cm., wheel-carved R
LALIQUE / FRANCE, engraved No. 3009
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $300/400
64
‘Moissac’, Lalique Moulded and Green Stained
Opalescent Glass Vase, c.1930
height 5.2” — 13.2 cm., moulded R.LALIQUE,
engraved FRANCE
67
‘Lys’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass Bowl,
1920s
diameter 9.4” — 24 cm., wheel-carved R
LALIQUE/ FRANCE, engraved No.382
70
‘Felix’, Lalique Moulded and Brown Stained
Glass Bowl, c.1930
diameter 13” — 33 cm., wheel-carved R.
LALIQUE / FRANCE
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $400/600
Est. $700/1,000
65
‘Oléron’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass
Vase, c.1930
height 3.6” — 9.2 cm., engraved R. Lalique
France, No. 1008
68
‘Montmorency’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent
Glass Vase, 1930s
height 8” — 20.2 cm., acid-etched R.LALIQUE
FRANCE
71
‘Feuilles’, Lalique Moulded and Partly Frosted
Glass Vase, 1930s
height 7.3” — 18.5 cm., acid-etched R.LALIQUE
/ FRANCE
Est. $800/1,200
Est. $2,500/3,500
Est. $350/500
Est. $800/1,200
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‘Coquilles’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass
Bowl, 1920s
diameter 8.3” — 21 cm., wheel-carved R
LALIQUE / FRANCE, engraved No. 3201
77
‘Dahlias’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted
Opalescent Glass Bowl, c.1930
diameter 9.4” — 23.8 cm., moulded R LALIQUE
FRANCE
Est. $300/400
75
‘Formose’, Lalique Moulded and Blue Stained
Opalescent Glass Vase, c.1930
height 6.7” — 17 cm., engraved R. Lalique
France No.934
Est. $500/700
Est. $1,500/2,000
78
‘Perigord’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted Glass
Vase, 1930s
height 5.5” — 14 cm., engraved R. Lalique France
73
‘Poissons’, Lalique Moulded Glass Plate, 1930s
diameter 12.6” — 32 cm., acid-etched R.
LALIQUE / FRANCE
Est. $400/600
Est. $300/400
76
‘Ceylan’, Lalique Opalescent Glass Vase, c.1930
tiny chips, height 9.7” — 24.6 cm., moulded R.
LALIQUE, engraved France
Est. $2,500/3,500
79
‘Asters’, Lalique Moulded Opalescent Glass
Bowl, 1930s
minor chips, diameter 8.1” — 20.5 cm., acidetched R. LALIQUE / FRANCE
Est. $200/300
74
‘Domrémy’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted Glass
Vase, c.1930
height 8.4” — 21.3 cm., engraved R. Lalique
France
Est. $600/800
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‘Ormeaux’, Lalique Moulded and Partly Frosted
Glass Bowl, 1930s
diameter 12.3” — 31.2 cm., acid-etched
R.LALIQUE / FRANCE
Est. $300/400
83
Two Schneider Glass Candlesticks, c.1925
height 11.6” — 29.5 cm.; 11.3” — 28.8 cm.,
engraved signatures Schneider / France
Est. $1,500/2,000
85
Kosta Internally Decorated Glass Vase,
Vicke Lindstrand, c.1960
height 11.3” — 28.7 cm., engraved Kosta
01591
Est. $300/400
81
‘Ormeaux’, Lalique Moulded and Frosted
Opalescent Glass Vase, c.1930
rim reduced, height 6.3” — 16 cm., engraved R.
Lalique France
Est. $350/500
84
Pair of Bohemian Zwischengoldglas Portrait Salt
Cellars, c.1800
minor chips, length 3.1” — 7.8 cm.
Est. $100/200
82
‘Fleurons’, Lalique Opalescent Glass Plate, 1930’s
diameter 10.6” — 27 cm., acid-etched R.LALIQUE
/ FRANCE
Est. $250/350
86
Tiffany ‘Favrile’ Iridescent Glass Trumpet
Vase, 1917
decorated with vine trails below the rim,
height 13.4” — 34 cm., engraved marks
1535 - 7005 L L.C. Tiffany - Favrile
Est. $2,000/3,000
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English Ceramics
88
Wilkinson ‘Winston Churchill’ Toby Jug, Clarice
Cliff, 1941
inscribed GOING INTO ACTION AND MAY
GOD DEFEND THE RIGHT, height 12” — 30.5
cm., printed and painted marks in black,
including facsimile signature and No. 197.
Est. $300/500
87
Set of Eleven Wilkinson ‘Allied Commanders’
Toby Jugs, Sir Francis Carruthers Gould, 1915-19
Admiral Beatty - Dread Naught
President Wilson - Welcome Uncle
Field Marshall Haig - Push and Go
Sam
Admiral Jellicoe - Hell Fire Jack
Marshall Foch - Au Diable Le Kaiser
Marshal Joffre - 75mm Ce que J’Offre
King George V - Pro Patria
Lord French - French pour les Français
General Botha - Loyalty
Lloyd George - Shell Out!
Lord Kitchener - Bitter for the Kaiser
largest height 12.2” — 31 cm., printed marks
in black, including facsimile signatures and
retailers’ marks for Soane & Smith of
London
Est. $7,000/10,000
89
Wilkinson ‘King George V’ Toby Jug, Sir Francis
Carruthers Gould, 1919
in blue uniform with banded cap, inscribed PRO
PATRIA, height 12.2” — 31 cm., printed marks in
black, including facsimile signature, retailers’
marks for Soane & Smith of London and dated
1919
Est. $200/300
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Staffordshire Pearlware Pipe-Smoking Toby Jug,
c.1800
minor repair, height 9.8” — 24.8 cm.
Est. $300/500
92
Doulton Lambeth ‘Conjurors’ Mouse Menu
Card Holder, George Tinworth, c.1885
height 3.7” — 9.3 cm., signed with TG
monogram, impressed rosette mark and x,
incised EV
93
Royal Doulton Blue-Printed ‘Galleon’ Large
Punch Bowl, c.1900
diameter 16.4” — 41.6 cm., painted and printed
marks in blue
Est. $350/500
Est. $2,000/3,000
94
Foley ‘Urbato’ ‘Dickory Dickory Dock’ Mantel
Clock, Frederick Rhead for Wileman & Co.,
c.1900
height 11.6” — 29.5 cm., printed marks, painted
A / 4160 in black
Est. $800/1,200
91
Pair of Wedgwood Black Basalt Covered Two-Handled Vases, early 20th century
one finial repaired, height 15.2” — 38.5 cm., impressed marks WEDGWOOD / MADE IN ENGLAND / W
Est. $300/500
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, Toronto
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Copeland & Garrett Apple Green Ground Topographical Dessert Service, 1840s
painted on the centres with named views, comprising sixteen pieces:
12 plates, diameter 9.8” — 25 cm.
4 comports
printed Felspar Porcelain and Copeland marks, painted pattern numbers 5726 and titles in black script
97
Royal Worcester Hadley Roses Potpourri Vase
and Cover, Walter Harold Austin, signed, 1919
height 9.5” — 24.2 cm., painted pattern
numbers in red, printed marks including 2048 in
puce
Est. $800/1,200
Est. $250/350
96
Pair of Flight, Barr & Barr Worcester ‘Jeweled’ Cabinet Cups and Stands, c.1813-20
‘The Bard from Gray’ and ‘The Monk from Sterne’, one cup chipped, diameter 5.4” — 13.8 cm.,
printed and painted marks and titles in red
98
English Porcelain Blue Ground Small Cup and
Saucer, c.1820
painted with named views, small chip, diameter
3.7” — 9.4 cm., painted titles in red script
Est. $250/350
Est. $100/200
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, Toronto; receipt from F.E. Anderson &
Son, Welshpool, 1954
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99
Royal Crown Derby ‘Imari’ (2451) Pattern
Service, 20th century
comprising one hundred and forty-seven pieces:
8 plates, diameter 10.6” — 26.9 cm.
8 plates, diameter 8.2” — 20.7 cm.
8 plates, diameter 7” — 17.9 cm.
8 plates, diameter 6.3” — 16 cm.
24 cups
24 saucers
12 coffee cups
12 saucers
8 ramekins
8 saucers
8 cups
8 saucers
square serving dish
3 cream jugs
2 sugar basins
water jug
bowl
mug
wide rim saucer
salt shaker
printed and painted marks
Continental Ceramics
Est. $1,500/2,000
100
Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Centrepiece, late 19th century
signed Le Berre, height 21.3” — 54 cm., painted interlaced L’s mark enclosing F in blue
Est. $1,500/2,000
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Pair of Ormolu Mounted Sèvres Bleu Celeste Ground Large Vases with
Covers, Émile Van Marcke, c.1860
painted in colours with oval panels of rural scenes within gilt surrounds,
height 32.7” — 83 cm., panels signed lower right Em. Van Marcke
103
Pair of Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Potpourris with Covers, late 19th century
height 7.1” — 18 cm.
Est. $500/700
Est. $4,000/6,000
Note: Émile Van Marcke (1827-1890) worked at the Manufacture de Sèvres
from 1853-1862. He was born at Sèvres to a family of porcelain painters: his
Belgian grandfather, Charles Van Marcke (1773-1830) and father, JeanBaptiste Jules Van Marcke (1797-1848), who also painted at Sèvres from
1825 to 1832. It was there that Jean-Baptiste met his wife and Émile’s
mother, Julie Palmyra Robert, herself an artist and daughter of the director
of the painting workshops at the Sèvres factory.
102
Pair of Ormolu Mounted ‘Sèvres’ ‘Jeweled’ Vases with Covers, late 19th
century
minor loss to enamel ‘jewels’, height 11.6” — 29.5 cm., painted marks in blue
104
Pair of Parcel-Gilt Bronze Mounted ‘Sèvres’ Vases and Covers, c.1900
signed Henri, height 17.5” — 44.5 cm., painted interlaced Ls marks in blue
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $600/800
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‘Sèvres’ Cup and Saucer, late 19th century
diameter 5.6” — 14.1 cm., painted marks in blue
Est. $100/200
107
Pair of French Ormolu Mounted ‘Jewelled’ Porcelain Mantel Vases and Covers, late 19th century
covers repaired, height 15” — 38 cm.
Est. $350/500
106
‘Sèvres’ Napoleon I Portrait Plate, late 19th
century
diameter 10.2” — 26 cm., indecipherably
signed, impressed, printed and painted marks in
blue and red
Est. $300/400
108
Meissen Paneled Ground Covered Cup and
Saucer, late 19th century
painted in colours on the cup with a panel of
figures, diameter 5.2” — 13.2 cm., impressed
numerals, painted crossed swords marks in
underglaze blue
109
Pair of Meissen Busts of Children, late 19th
century
minor losses, height 6” — 15.2 cm., incised
2764, painted 15 in red and crossed swords
marks in underglaze blue
Est. $350/500
Est. $250/350
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Meissen Small Figure of Cupid, late 19th century
height 4.1” — 10.5 cm., incised M103,
impressed 111, painted crossed swords mark in
underglaze blue
112
Two Meissen Red or Blue Ground Two-Handled Vases, late 19th century
height 19.1” — 48.5 cm., impressed numerals, incised A148, painted crossed swords marks in
underglaze blue
Est. $200/300
Est. $800/1,200
111
Meissen Blue and White Biscuit Group of a
Crayfish and Frog, Christian Fischer Sr.(?), 17941814
losses, 6” x 7.6” x 5.4” — 15.3 x 19.3 x 13.8 cm.,
incised crossed swords with star in triangle, K65
/ Jt
113
Berlin Oval Portrait Plaque, ‘Vestal Virgin’, after
Kauffmann, late 19th century
gilt brass frame, plaque 5.7” x 4.1” — 14.5 x 10.5
cm., impressed numerals, KPM and sceptre
Est. $600/800
Est. $350/500
114
Nicholas I Russian Imperial Porcelain Plate,
1825-55
painted with lovers seated beneath a tree,
restored, diameter 10.2” — 26 cm., impressed
numerals 37(?), painted A2.6 in gilt, Imperial
cypher in underglaze blue
Est. $1,500/2,000
Note: A similar group, with the frog in superior
position, is in the Wilanów Palace Collection,
Warsaw
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117
‘Vienna’ Cabinet Plate, ‘Idille’, c.1900
diameter 9.5” — 24.2 cm., titled in black script,
shield mark in underglaze blue
115
Förster Parian Figure of Empress Elisabeth of
Austria, Hermann Klotz, early 20th century
tiny chip, height 18.3” — 46.5 cm., impressed
circle, bee and FÖRSTER mark, signed in the
mould HERMANN KLOTZ
Est. $350/500
120
‘Vienna’ Portrait Plate, ‘Erblüth’, signed J.
Boehm, c.1900
diameter 9.8” — 24.8 cm., painted marks
including shield in blue and titled Erblüth in
black script
Est. $300/400
Est. $1,000/1,500
118
‘Vienna’ Cabinet Plate, ‘Orion’, c.1900
diameter 9.6” — 24.3 cm., signed with initials
J.R., titled in black script, shield mark in
underglaze blue
Est. $350/500
116
Continental Glazed Parian Figure of Emperor
Franz Josef on Marbled Base, mid-19th century
minor repair, height 9.3” — 23.6 cm.
Est. $200/300
119
‘Vienna’ Cabinet Plate, ‘Semele’, c.1900
diameter 9.5” — 24.2 cm., signed with initials
S.P.F. and Ackermann, titled in black script,
shield mark in underglaze blue
Est. $350/500
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‘Vienna’ Blue and Gilt Ground Vase and Cover,
c.1900
cover repared, height 11.8” — 30 cm., signed F.
Kohl, titled in brown script,painted shield mark
in blue
Est. $250/350
122
Vienna Matt Green and Gilt Ground Cup and
Saucer, ‘Le Racommodement’, c.1809
diameter 6.1” — 15.4 cm., incised and
impressed numerals, painted title in black script
and shield marks in underglaze blue
Est. $200/300
125
Josef Böck, Vienna Tea and Coffee Service, Jutta
Sika, c.1902
comprising twenty-five pieces:
covered sugar basin
teapot
coffee pot, height 7.9” — 20 cm. 6 tea cups and saucers
4 coffee cups and saucers
2 cream jugs
123
Vienna Aubergine Ground Cup and Saucer,
c.1804
decorated with gilt oak sprigs, restored,
diameter 6.7” — 17 cm., impressed 2 / 59 804,
painted shield mark in underglaze blue
minor condition noted, height 7.9” — 20
cm., painted pattern numbers D.501 in red
and black, printed marks SCHULE PROF.
KOLO MOSER in green
Est. $5,000/7,000
Est. $100/200
124
Vienna Yellow Banded Gilt Ground Floral Oval
Platter, c.1806
length 15.7” — 40 cm., impressed 806 / 5,
painted shield mark and b in underglaze blue
Est. $250/350
126
Gmundner Keramic Vase, Emilie Schleiss, early
20th century
height 7” — 17.8 cm., impressed marks, incised
ES
Est. $200/300
127
Bjorn Wiinblad Slip Decorated ’Medusa’
Charger, 1945
tiny glaze chips, diameter 12.1” — 30.7 cm.,
painted signature Bjorn Wiinblad and dated 45,
A.6 in blue
Est. $1,000/1,500
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‘Bull Under a Tree’, Pablo Picasso Plate, c.1952
diameter 7.7” — 19.6 cm., impressed EDITION
/ PICASSO, MADOURA / PLEIN / FEU,
inscribed EDITION / PICASSO in black
Est. $800/1,200
130
Zuid Holland Gouda Art Nouveau Clock Garniture, early 20th century
comprising three pieces, restored, height 11” — 28 cm., incised and painted Z. HOLLAND / factory
marks, LM / GOUDA and numerals in black
128a
‘Bird Under the Sun’, Pablo Picasso Small Bowl,
c.1952
diameter 6" — 15.3 cm., impressed EDITION /
PICASSO, MADOURA / PLEIN / FEU, inscribed
EDITION / PICASSO in black
Est. $400/600
Est. $700/1,000
129
Ram Arnhem Vase, 1920s
height 8.2” — 20.9 cm., incised 29/, painted B /
ARNHEM-HOLLAND / “RAM” / PATROON
“KANTWERK” and artist’s monogram in black
131
Distel Art Nouveau Mantel Clock, Willem Hendrik van Norden, c.1900
restored, 11.6” x 16.5” — 29.5 x 42 cm., painted marks DiSTeL. M.103 and monogram WvN in black
Est. $300/500
Est. $400/600
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Italian Maiolica Albarello,
16th/17th century
restored, height 6” — 15.3 cm.
132
Rozenburg Rectangular Plaque of Figures at a
Table, after Constant Artz, c.1909
framed, plaque 11.2” x 8.9” — 28.5 x 22.7 cm.,
inscribed n. ARTZ. lower left and “Rozenburg”
lower right, painted marks in black verso
134
Pair of Delft Models of Seated Lions, late 19th century
glaze chips, height 12.4” — 31.5 cm., painted marks A / JH / 27 in
blue
Est. $350/500
Est. $500/700
Est. $600/800
133
Rozenburg Rectangular Plaque of a Seated
Woman, after Albert Neuhuijs, c.1909
framed, plaque 11.4” x 9.1” — 29 x 23 cm.,
inscribed n. A.Neuhuijs. lower left and
“Rozenburg”. den Haag. L5. lower right, painted
marks in black verso
Est. $600/800
135
Italian Maiolica ‘Istoriato’ Footed Dish, probably Urbino, 16th
century
painted with St. Jerome, a lion at his feet, in a rocky landscape
with distant river and buildings, restored, diameter 11” — 28 cm.
137
Fantoni Cylinder Vase, 1950’s
height 10.2” — 26 cm.,
painted marks in white
Est. $200/300
Est. $1,000/1,500
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138
Brooklin Pottery Circular Plaque, ‘Noah’s Ark’,
Theo and Susan Harlander, mid-20th century
diameter 11.9” — 30.3 cm., moulded oval studio
mark, incised T. + S. HARLANDER . BROOKLIN
. ONTARIO . CANADA.
Est. $250/350
139
Brooklin Pottery Large Jug, Theo and Susan
Harlander, mid-20th century
minor glaze chip and restoration, height 15” —
38 cm., incised TSH monogram and
BROOKLIN . ONTARIO . CANADA
Est. $300/400
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Brooklin Pottery Shallow Bowl, Theo and Susan
Harlander, mid-20th century
diameter 12.4” — 31.4 cm., incised TSH
monogram and BROOKLIN . ONTARIO .
CANADA
142
Brooklin Pottery Circular Plaque, Theo and
Susan Harlander, mid-20th century
tiny chips, diameter 11.1” — 28.3 cm., incised
TSH monogram and TED + SUSAN
HARLANDER . BROOKLIN . ONTARIO .
CANADA
Est. $300/400
Est. $250/350
141
Brooklin Pottery Circular Plaque, Theo and
Susan Harlander, mid-20th century
diameter 8.3” — 21.2 cm., incised TSH
monogram and T. + S. HARLANDER .
BROOKLIN . ONTARIO . CANADA
143
Brooklin Pottery Charger, Theo and Susan
Harlander, mid-20th century
diameter 14.6” — 37.2 cm., incised TSH
monogram and TED + SUSAN HARLANDER .
BROOKLIN . ONTARIO . CANADA
Est. $200/300
Est. $250/350
Decorative Accessories
144
Italian Gold Mounted Hardstone Bonbonnière inset with Micromosaic
Plaque attributed to Giacomo Raffaelli (1753-1836), c.1800
the turned green porphyry box with lid depicting a goldfinch on branch, set
within chased tri colour gold bezel and rim, diameter 3.3” — 8.5 cm.
Est. $8,000/12,000
Provenance: Collection of Richard G. Meech, Q. C., Toronto
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Regency Ivory Strung Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, c.1820
with vacant silver monogram plaque, opening to two
lidded compartments, with brass ball finial and feet,
6.25” x 6.75” x 4” — 15.9 x 17.1 x 10.2 cm.
145
Small Italian Carved Ivory Model of a Calf and
Foot, early 19th century
finely carved, showing vascularity, probably
modelled after a fragment of an ancient frieze,
height 2.4” — 6.1 cm.
147
English Portrait Miniature of an Officer,
early 19th century
gouache on ivory panel in black
lacquered frame with gilt metal oak leaf
and acorn bale, 6.4” x 5.6” — 16.2 x 14.2
cm.
Est. $600/800
Est. $300/400
Est. $200/300
150
Miniature Victorian Chest of Drawers, mid 19th century
15” x 12.75” x 7.5” — 38.1 x 32.4 x 19.1 cm.
Est. $300/400
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson
Davies
146
Swiss Gold and Pearl Mounted Enamelled
Copper Brooch, Gaspard Lamunière (1810-1865)
Geneva, c.1840
after the work ‘La Vierge de Séville’ by
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1618-1682), 2.5” x 2”
— 6.4 x 5.1 cm.
148
Tortoiseshell Veneered Ebony Obelisk,
19th century
height 16” — 40.6 cm.
Est. $1,500/2,000
Est. $300/500
151
Italian Miniature Baroque Style Secretary, early 20th
century
of mahogany inlaid burl oak construction with ebonized
trim, mirrored door and ormolu hardware,, height
22.75” — 57.8 cm.
Est. $400/600
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English Needlework Picture of the Penitent Magdalene, late 17th century
petit point worked in brightly coloured silk threads on linen ground, in
modern giltwood frame, 18.5” x 21.5” — 47 x 54.6 cm.
154
French Silver Mounted Automaton Cane,
19th century
the carved ivory knob in the form of an
animated monkey’s head with rolling eyes,
opening mouth and protruding tongue, all
push button activated, on bamboo shaft,
length 38.2” — 97 cm., retailer’s mark
Swaine & Adeney, Ltd., London
Est. $2,000/3,000
Est. $300/400
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, receipt from
Mallett & Son Ltd., London, 1975
153
Charles I Stumpwork Picture, mid 17th century
worked in brightly coloured silk thread with seed pearls on silk ground,
depicting Charles I of England and Scottland and Henrietta Maria of France,
and their children, Charles II, Mary, Princess of Orange and James II, in
modern frame, 14.25” x 17.25” — 36.2 x 43.8 cm.
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies, Toronto
155
Veneto-Cretan Icon of Christ, Pantokrator,
16th/17th century
verso painted in red with Calvary cross and
symbols of the passion of Christ, 16.25” x
12.75” — 41.3 x 32.4 cm.
Est. $3,000/5,000
Est. $2,000/3,000
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, receipt from
Mallett & Son Ltd., London, 1975
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Veneto-Cretan Icon of Madra Della
Consolazione, 16/17th century
depicted half-length wearing blue tunic and
transparent veil under red maphorion, Christ
holding an orb in one hand while blessing with
the other, 10.5” x 9.25” — 26.7 x 23.5 cm.
158
After Raphael, Madonna of the Goldfinch, in Gilt
Wood Frame, 19th century
gouache on paper in Florentine frame, under
glass, label verso Angiolo Valdinoci, Florence,
overall 14.25” x 11.75” — 36.2 x 29.8 cm.
Est. $2,000/3,000
Est. $800/1,200
160
After Fra Angelico (Italian, 1387/1455) Pair of
Florentine Giltwood Icons, late 19th century
each tempera on gilt wood panel of angelic
musicians with incised detail in gothic style
architectural frame, paper labels verso, C. A.
Schwicker, Florence, height 25.25” — 64.1 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
157
French Gothic Style Gilt Copper and Enamel
Reliquary, 19th century
modelled in the 15th century manner associated
with the workshops of Louis Marcy, with
cylindrical glass container, height 12” — 30.5
cm.
Est. $200/300
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia; by
descent
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After Raphael, Madonna of the Goldfinch in
Florentine Giltwood Frame
the oil on oval panel bust detail in foliate scroll
carved frame, paper label verso, Angiolo
Valdinoci, Florence, overall 15.5” x 14” — 39.4 x
35.6 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
161
After Fra Angelico, Angelic Musician, by C. L.
Romoli, Florence, early 20th century
tempera on wooden panel in parcel gilt carved
blind fretwork arched frame, label verso, 16” x
10” — 40.6 x 25.4 cm.
Est. $300/500
162
Powell & Lealand No. 1 Lacquered Brass
Compound Monocular Microscope Set, 1899
signed on the arm 170 Euston Road, London,
and dated with fine adjustment Turrell type
mechanical stage and substage with
apochromatic oil immersion condenser,
mahogany cased with additional mahogany
accessory case containing additional eye pieces,
objectives, etc., with original James Woolley,
Sons & Co. receipt to Dr. A. C. White, case 22” x
11.25” x 13.5” — 55.9 x 28.6 x 34.3 cm.
Est. $2,000/3,000
164
Pair of Italian Pietra Dura Panels in Florentine Carved Giltwood Frames, 19th century
each oval panel with inlaid avian scene in renaissance revival frame pierce carved with foliate scrolls
and grotesques, 24.25” x 16.25” — 61.6 x 41.3 cm.
Est. $3,000/4,000
163
Louis XIV Coffee Mill, Claude
Chapelon, 17th/early 18th
century
moulin à café de salon of
carved burl walnut with
emboss decorated iron
mounts, the hinged lid
impressed with maker’s name
and rooster, height 9.5” — 24.1
cm.
165
Pair of French Silvered, Gilt and Patinated
Bronze Neoclassical Urns, mid 19th century
height 7.75” — 19.7 cm.
Est. $300/400
Est. $1,000/1,500
Provenance: Private Collection,
Philadelphia; by descent
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166
German Carved Ivory Group of the Three
Graces, 19th century
after the model by Canova, raised on turned
ebonized socle, height 10.2” — 25.9 cm.
168
Dieppe Ivory Figure of a Nobleman, 19th
century
modelled in Renaissance attire with staff, hand
in purse and crowned hat with feather and ivy,
on turned base, height 6.7” — 17 cm.
170
Italian School Portrait Miniature of a Lady, mid
19th century
gouache on ivory panel in Florentine giltwood
frame, sight 6.25” x 5.12” — 15.9 x 13 cm.; 12.5” x
11.5” — 31.8 x 29.2 cm.
Est. $400/600
Est. $500/700
Est. $1,000/1,500
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French Miniature Picture of Faust and Gretchen,
after Ernst Stuckelberg (Swiss,1831-1903)
gouache on ivory panel, signed ‘Berthiee’ in
Louis XVI style ormolu frame, 10.25” x 10.75” —
26 x 27.3 cm.
Est. $400/600
169
Continental Carved Ivory Figure of Athena, 19th
century
probably French or German, on turned ebonized
base, height 10.75” — 27.3 cm.
167
Dieppe Carved Ivory Triptych Figure, 19th
Century
modelled as a noblewoman in feathered hat,
with hinged skirt opening to draped interior
scene with figures, height 9” — 22.9 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $700/900
172
French Enamelled Copper Roundel of
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, after
Gainsborough, c.1900
probably Limoges, in Louis XVI style ormolu
easel frame, 9” x 8” — 22.9 x 20.3 cm., signed
indistinctly
Est. $300/400
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173
Silver Canadian Indian Peace Medal, 1860
obverse: Victoria, bust right, with legend:
‘Victoria Dei Gratia Britanniarum Regina F. D.’;
engraved Prince of Wales badge with motto and
1860, truncation signed ‘W. Wyon, R. A,’
reverse: arms of Great Britain with ribbon of the
Garter supported by lion and unicorn above
banner with motto, Dieu et Mon Droit, 1840,
diameter 2.4” — 6 cm., 3 oz. — 93 grams
175
Salvador Dali for Elgin American, ‘Bird-in-Hand’
Silvered and Parcel Gilt Compact, 1951
powder, pill box and lipstick in the form of a
bird, signed in the mould Dali, length 4.5” —
11.4 cm.
Est. $600/800
Est. $600/800
Note: Issued by Royal mint, presented by Albert
Edward, H. R. H. Prince of Wales, (later King
Edward VII) on his 1860 tour of Canada.
176
Marcel Bouraine (French, 1886-1948)
MARIBOU STORK, silvered bronze and ivory,
numbered 405, and signed in the mould
Bouraine, on stepped verde antico marble base,
height 10” — 25.4 cm.
Est. $2,000/3,000
174
Grand Duchess Alexanda Georgievna of Russia,
Embroidered Handkerchief, 19th century
with Cyrillic monogrammed cypher under
imperial crown, 19” x 19” — 48.3 x 48.3 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
177
Johann Philipp Ferdinand Preiss (German, 1882-1943)
DREAMING, carved ivory figure modelled as a young nude with head resting on one knee on
naturalistic base raised on trapezoid onyx socle, height 6.9” — 17.5 cm.
Est. $7,000/9,000
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SIRIO TOFANARI (ITALIAN, 1886-1969)
LA LUNA DI MIELE (THE HONEYMOON),
bronze and carved alabaster on titled rosso
Verona marble base, height 20.5” — 52.1 cm.
178
French Bronze Relief Plaque of a Boys Choir by
Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), c.1880
after Luca della Robbia (Italian, 1400-1482),
incised F. BARBEDIENNE FOUNDER
Est. $3,000/4,000
181
Henry Charles Fehr, RBS, (British, 1867-1940)
STANDING NUDE, patinated bronze, height
28.7” — 73 cm., incised signature H. C. Fehr,
RBS (Royal British Society of Sculptors)
Est. $3,000/4,000
Est. $500/700
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French Bronze and Ivory Figure of a Young
Dutch Girl by Louis Barthélemy, (French,
fl.1920)
on onyx pedestal, height 9.2” — 23.4 cm.,
underside impressed Made in France
Est. $800/1,200
182
Evgeni Alexandrovich Lanceray (Russian, (1848-1886)
COSSACK AND YOUNG WOMAN ON HORSEBACK, gilt and patinated bronze
group dated 1875, height 15” — 38.1 cm., sign in cyrillics with foundry Chopin foundry
mark and presentation seal dated 1875
Est. $6,000/8,000
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183
Jean Jules B. Salmson (French, 1823-1902)
WILLIAM HOGARTH AND JOSHUA
REYNOLDS, two patinated bronze figures on
marble bases, height 13” — 33 cm., each signed
in the mould Salmson
Est. $600/800
185
Émile André Boisseau (French, 1842-1923)
OYSEL LE TROUBADOUR, parcel gilt and
patinated bronze figure modelled as a seated
young minstrel playing lute, title plaque to base
with Salon des Beaux Arts, height 24” — 61 cm.,
incised signature, with foundry stamp Société
des Bronzes de Paris and impressed EW 3457
187
Jean Jozon (French, 1868-1946)
FACE AND THISTLE JUG, incised Rallye S.A.R.A.
(Société des Automobiles a Refroidissements
par Air) 1925 for presentation at the 24 Hours of
Lemans 3rd annual Grand Prix of Endurance,
height 8.75” — 22.2 cm., inscribed signature J.
Jozon, Salon des Beaux Arts and with impressed
foundry seal
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $1,000/1,500
184
Jules Leon Butensky (Russian/American, 18711947)
EXILE, patinated bronze, base titled in Hebrew,
height 13.2” — 33.5 cm., signed in the mould
Copyright by J. B. Butensky, with foundry mark
Jno. Williams Inc., N.Y. underside numbered
1464
186
Louis Gossin (French, 1846-1928)
ORPHEUS, bronze with green patination, the
young hero modelled standing with lyre, with
charmed panther at his feet, height 26.75” —
67.9 cm., signed in the mould Gossin
188
Henry Étienne Dumaige (French, 1830-1888)
CLASSICAL FAMILY, gilt bronze group of a
labourer returning home to wife and child,
height 22” — 55.9 cm.
Est. $700/1,000
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $2,000/3,000
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French Patinated Bronze
Figure of Diana, Goddess
of the Hunt, after Mathurin
Moreau (French, 18221912)
modelled in stride on
naturalistic base with bow,
height 14.5” — 36.8 cm.
Est. $500/700
191
Louis XVI Style Three Piece Ivory Mounted Gilt Bronze Table Centrepiece,
Xavier Raphanel, c.1900
modelled as two seated courtesans engaged in gossip, on mirrored
surtout de table, 8.75” x 17.5” — 22.2 x 44.5 cm., each figure signed in the
mould X. Raphanel and with impressed number
Est. $2,000/3,000
*To view the video of this lot please visit: www.waddingtons.ca/lot191
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George A. Boileau, (Canadian, 20th/21st. century
THE BULL AND THE BEAR, 1990, patinated bronze, signed, titled and
numbered 4, 13” x 24” — 33 x 61 cm.
Est. $2,000/3,000
190
Antonio Rossetti
(Italian, b.1819)
SEATED FIGURE OF
A WEEPING NYMPH,
1876, carved Carrara
marble on turned grey
marble socle,
condition noted.,
height 48.5” — 123.2
cm.
193
Venetian Carved
Blackamoor Stand,
c.1860
the figure modelled
standing on gondola
with oar, on tripartite
base raised on shell
feet, height 44.5” —
113 cm.
Est. $500/700
Est. $10,000/15,000
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Flemish Verdure Landscape Tapesty, 17th
century
fragment of a larger work depicting large bird in
tree in front of villa with tower on a lake, 59” x
60” — 149.9 x 152.4 cm.
Est. $2,000/3,000
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196
Goldscheider Cold Painted Terra Cotta
Illuminated Figure of Venus, early 20th century
numbered 3896/42/1, with impressed maker’s
mark, height 30.5” — 77.5 cm.
198
Pair Louis XVI Stye Gilt Bronze Two Light Wall
Sconces, early 20th century
in the neoclassical taste with lion masks, ram’s
heads and swags, converted, height 22” — 55.9
cm.
Est. $800/1,200
Est. $500/700
195
Pair of Charles X Bronze, Gilt Bronze and Rouge
Griotte Marble Four Light Candelabra, c.1830
each tripartite base to column form riser with
capital issuing branches to candle cups, height
24.2” — 61.5 cm.
197
Louis XVI Style Gilt Brass Fire Fender, early
20th century
each chenet of quiver form, the adjustable
fence surmounted by a bow, 22.25" x 36" —
56.5 x 91.4 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $700/900
Provenance: Property from the Estate of
Robertson Davies
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Pair of Continental Silvered Copper Mirrored
Wall Sconces, 19th century
each back plate with Renaissance style pierced
repoussé design including mermaids, crowned
masks, and animals amongst foliate scroll work,
with scrolling branch to octagonal bobeche and
cylindrical nozzle, height 24” — 61 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
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202
Steuben Aurene Glass and Gilt
Bronze Hanging Five Light Fixture,
c.1905
each shade with maker’s silver fleur
de lis mark, 30” x 20” — 76.2 x 50.8
cm.
200
Pair of Renaissance Revival Silvered Bronze
Three Light Wall Sconces, c.1900
each back plate with grotesque mask issuing
scrolling branches to pierced bobeches and
candle cups, height 19” — 48.3 cm.
203
Tiffany Studios Bronze and
Favrille Glass Two Light
Floor Lamp, early 20th
century
the acid etched gilt bronze
tripartite base impressed
Tiffany Studios, New York,
683, to bifurcated riser, the
curved branches to
articulated sockets, each
fitted with iridescent amber
shade signed L.C.T., height
55” — 139.7 cm.
Est. $4,000/6,000
Est. $600/800
Est. $400/600
204
Tiffany Studios Vine
Border or Acorn Table
Lamp, c.1906
the 16 inch diameter
domed slag glass
shade rim impressed
Tiffany Studios, New
York, 1435, on a
patinated bronze three
light baluster form
base similarly
impressed and
numbered 585, height
21.5” — 54.6 cm.
Est. $8,000/12,000
201
George II Giltwood Mirror, c.1740
the serpentine broken pediment with central
pierced scrollwork finial over bevelled plate with
reentrant shoulders over shell crested apron,
47” x 26” — 119.4 x 66 cm.
Est. $3,000/4,000
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price list refers to this
shade pattern as ‘Vine
Border’
Clocks, Barometers & Music Boxes
206
French Porcelain Mounted Gilt Bronze Mirrored
Strut Clock, Howell, James & Co., London,
c.1860
the bevelled oval plate inset with dial, easel
cased, case height 14” — 35.6 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
205
French Chinoiserie Champleve Enamelled Gilt Bronze Table Clock, c.1890
the 4.25 inch dial fronting a two train movement signed Japy Freres & Cie, impressed GV and striking
bell in case ornately decorated in the Chinese manner with dragons and surmounted by Fu lion, height
16.75” — 42.5 cm.
Est. $8,000/12,000
207
Austrian Biedermeier Ormolu Mounted
Ebonised Grande Sonnerie Alarm Table Clock,
c.1825
the 3.5 inch silvered dial fronting a four train
movement striking on two gongs and alarm bell
in square case surmounted by bale all raised on
separate easel stand, height 11.6” — 29.5 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
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208
French Desk Ball Clock, c.1900
the enamelled and gilt dial with retailer Henry
Birks, Montreal, fronting a French pocket watch
movement in spererical glass mounted gilt
brass case with paste set bezel, diameter 3.75”
— 9.5 cm.
Est. $200/300
210
French Empire Gilt Bronze Figural Mantle Clock, early 19th century
the 3.5 inch dial fronting a two train count wheel movement signed AD Mougin, striking bell, 21” x
16.25” — 53.3 x 41.3 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
211
French Gothic Revival Gilt Bronze
Cartel Clock. c.1870
the 5 inch dial fronting a two train
Japy Freres countwheel movement
striking bell in architectural open
work case surmounted by
gryphon, height 27” — 68.6 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
209
Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze and Marble Figural
Mantle Clock, first half, 19th century
the 4.5 inch white Arabic dial signed Thiout
l’Ainé, Paris fronting similarly signed
countwheel movement striking bell in typical
case surmounted by Diana, Goddess of the
hunt, height 15” — 38.1 cm.
Est. $600/800
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George III Mahogany Angle Barometer, early
19th century
or ‘sign post’ barometer, with later enamelled
iron register and fretwork bracket in the elbow,
the tube on fluted back board with turned cistern
cover, 38” x 27” — 96.5 x 68.6 cm.
212
William IV Mahogany Bracket Clock, L. H.
Samuel and Co., Liverpool, c.1830
the 8 inch painted dial fronting a five pillar two
fusee movement with shaped shoulders striking
on a bell in brass inlaid cased with carved crest,
height 18.25” — 46.4 cm.
Est. $600/800
Est. $600/800
213
William IV Mahogany Bracket Clock, c.1830
the eight inch painted metal dial fronting five
pillar two fusee bell striking 8 day movement
with engraved border in acanthus and
anthemion carved case with with brass and
ebony stringing and serpentine crest, height
21.7” — 55 cm.
214
Small Georgian Style Mahogany Tall Case Clock,
c.1920
the 8.5 inch brass dial with silvered chapter ring
fronting a typical 8-day movement in flame
mahogany case with arch top hood all raised on
bracket feet, height 72” — 182.9 cm.
Est. $1,500/2,500
216
Chinese Export Abalone Inlaid Rosewood
Bracket Clock, 19th century
the 5 inch white Roman dial with sweep seconds
and engraved gilt bronze surround fronting
double fusee verge movement striking bell,
height 18.5” — 47 cm.
Est. $1,200/1,600
Est. $600/800
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217
Early Swiss Key Wind Music Box by Henriot,
c.1850
serial #12239, playing six airs on 10 3/4 inch
barrel in rosewood grain painted oak case, 4.7” x
16.6” x 5.9” — 12 x 42.2 x 15 cm.
Est. $300/500
219
Swiss Music Box by Paillard, Voucher & Fils, St.
Croix, c.1875
the six inch cylinder playing eight airs on single
comb and three bells in sgiht, in ebonized and
thuya burlwood inlaid case, 7” x 15.25” x 9.5” —
17.8 x 38.7 x 24.1 cm.
220
Swiss ‘Mira’ Music Box by Mermod Fréres,
c.1900
serial #68137, with 38 12 inch discs playing on
double comb mechanism in mahogany case,
10.5” x 21” x 18” — 26.7 x 53.3 x 45.7 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
Est. $300/400
221
German Symphonian Music Box, c.1900
with 18 14 3/4 inch discs playing double come
mechanism in pressed mahogany case, 11.25” x
24” x 21” — 28.6 x 61 x 53.3 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
218
Swiss ‘Mandolin Piccolo’ Interchangeable Cylinder Music Box, c.1880
with three 11 inch cylinders, each playing 6 airs, double spring mechanism, two section comb with 3/4
length zither, tune indicator, all on reeded gilt plate and under glazed dust lid in ormolu mounted
ebonized and thuya burlwood inlaid case, 9.5” x 32” x 12.5” — 24.1 x 81.3 x 31.8 cm.
Est. $1,500/2,500
*To view the Music Box in operation (video) please visit: www.waddingtons.ca/MandolinPiccolo
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223
Chinese Export Carved Ivory Classical Figure of
Muse of Music, 19t century
modelled holding lyre and standing on plinth
over eagle with upspread wings and tail, height
9.4” — 24 cm.
Est. $700/900
222
Set of Four Chinese Export Reverse Paintings on Glass of Saints, mid 19th century
St. Matthew, St. John, St. Luke, St. Mark, in original rosewood frame with gilt slip and later surround,
17.75” x 13.75” — 45.1 x 34.9 cm.
Est. $1,000/1,500
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Robertson Davies, Toronto
224
Pair of Large Japanese Bronze Guardian
FIgures, Meiji Period
each modelled standing on rockery raised on
table form base with cloud decorated legs, now
mounted as table lamps, figure height 28.75” —
73 cm.; 41.5” — 105.4 cm.
Est. $3,000/4,000
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225
Near Pair of Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Tripod
Censers, Qing dynasty, 17th century
one with white ground, the second blue, each
ovoid body to wide neck and flaring rim, all
raised on three legs and decorated with lotus
balls and scrolling vines, height 9.3” — 23.5 cm.
Est. $500/700
Provenance: Property from the collection of
Harrison M. Schaek, Toronto
Note: A similar pair of censers was first sold in
Christie’s Paris ‘Cloisonné’s d’ Exception:
Collection Juan Jose Amezaga et Maria Dolores
Feijoo, Partie II,’ December 7th, 2007, lot 45,
and later sold in these rooms December 12th,
2010, 437
227
Twelve Steps in Japanese Cloisonné Enamelling,
c.1900
twelve plaques illustrating cloisonné enamelling
process progressively from copper blank to
finished product, in partitioned glazed oak case,
11.1” x 11.1” — 28.2 x 28.2 cm.
229
Anglo-Indian Ivory Dresser Box, Vizagapatam,
mid 19th century
with incised decoration including colonial
houses within foliated borders, 2.5” x 4.5” x 3.5”
— 6.4 x 11.4 x 8.9 cm.
Est. $200/300
Est. $200/300
228
Russian Engraved Bone Casket, Kholmogory,
late 18th century
with gilt foil back fretwork and incised coloured
decoration overall, 4.75” x 8.75” x 6.25” — 12.1 x
22.2 x 15.9 cm.
Est. $500/700
226
Japanese Elephant Form Censer, Meiji Period,
circa 1900
modelled standing with pagoda mounted on his
back, height 15.25” — 38.7 cm.
230
Large Silvered Turned Brass Vase, India, 19th
Century
with finely engraved and filled decoration overall,
height 16.25” — 41.3 cm.
Est. $300/500
Est. $300/400
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Large Italian Bronze Mortar,
16th century
ringed, with armorial shields,
foliate decoration and down
turned peg handles, height
8.25” — 21 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
Provenance: Private Collection,
Philadelphia; by descent
232
Italian Renaissance
Figural Bronze Door
Knocker, Venice, 16th
century
of lyre form, modelled in
the manner of Tiziano
Aspetti (1557/9-1607)
with dolphins flanking
putto standing above a
shell form grip, height
11.5” — 29.2 cm.
Ancient Cultures
Est. $3,000/5,000
Provenance: Private
Collection, Philadelphia;
by descent
233
Three Pieces Roman Glass, 1st - 3rd centuries A.D.
the group comprising a large bulbous bottle with cylindrical nect
to upswept rolled lip, a double balsamarium with applied
stringing and an amphora form arabaloi with rolled flattened lip,
tallest height 19.5” — 49.5 cm.
Est. $300/400
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234
Hellenistic Roman Bronze Patera, 2nd/1st century B.C.
the shallow footed bowl with omphalos and flared lip and straight fluted handle to finely detailed ram’s
head terminal, all raised on applied ringed foot
Est. $4,000/5,000
235
Attic Red Figured Neck Amphora, 5th century
BC
height 11.1” — 28.2 cm.
Est. $800/1,200
236
Egyptian Bronze Ushabti Figure of Osiris, 18th
dynasty, 1500 B.C.,together with a Faience
Scarab Seal, Ptolemaic Period, 3rd-1st century
B.C.
bronze height 5.3” — 13.5 cm.
237
Egyptian Bronze Figure of Harpokrates, late
period, 6th century B.C.
Horus the Child, modelled seated with feet on
plinth and finger in mouth, length 5” — 12.7 cm.
Est. $200/300
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Est. $200/300
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia; by
descent
239
Luristan Bronze Master of Animals Finial, 10th 8th century B.C.
with two Janiform heads, the top figure grasping
necks of flanking grotesques, bronze height 7”
— 17.8 cm.; 10” — 25.4 cm.
Est. $300/500
238
Luristan Bronze Spear Head, 1,500-1,000 B.C.
the elongated triangular blade to quadrangular
tang, length 10” — 25.4 cm.
241
Persian Silver Model of a Luristan Bronze Situla,
19th century
with repoussé design of bearded nobleman or
king and eagle verso, height 8” — 20.3 cm.
Est. $200/300
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia; by
descent
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia; by
descent
Est. $100/200
242
Archaic Southeast Asian Bronze Grip, 19th
century or earlier
possibly Thai, with phoenix head form terminal,
height 5.25” — 13.3 cm.
240
Luristan Bronze Axe Head, early 1st Millennium B. C.
with flaring blade to ribbed neck and four butt spikes, length 8.2” — 20.8 cm.
Est. $150/250
Est. $700/900
Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia; by
descent
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243
Group of Six Canaanite Pottery Vessels, Middle to Late Bronze Age,
1700-1300 B.C.
tallest height 12” — 30.5 cm.
245
Group of Three Pre-Columbian Moche Black Pottery Figural Vessels, Peru
a cross legged figure with attached jug, a standing figure in headdress and a
double mask vessel, tallest height 9.75” — 24.8 cm.
Est. $500/700
Est. $300/400
Provenance: The Baidun Shop, Jerusalem
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Pre-Columbian
Huastec Pottery
Figure of a Ball
Player, Classic Period,
400-700 A.D.
modelled standing,
wearing yoke and
knee pad, now
mounted on stand,
figure height 15.5” —
39.4 cm.
Est. $300/400
246
Group of Four Pre-Columbian Moche Black Pottery Figural Vessels, Peru
two with with bulbous bodies to heads with conical hats as spouts, a third of
similar form with snake wrapped body, the fourth with elaborate ear drops,
tallest height 8” — 20.3 cm.
Est. $300/400
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Group of Three Pre-Columbian Moche Black Pottery Figural Vessels, Peru
a monkey on ducks back, a second monkey, and a dog, tallest height 8” — 20.3 cm.
Est. $300/400
248
Group of Three Pre-Columbian Moche Red Pottery Stirrup Vessels, Peru
two plain, one with masked figure modelled drinking, tallest height 8=.5” — 21.6 cm.
Est. $300/400
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articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and
combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice.
(c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have
earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer.
The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion.
The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any 14 It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and
removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents
bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal
or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability
or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized.
to them.
Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement
between the auctioneer and the consignor. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid, 15 The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any
attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation,
on behalf of the consignor as agreed between them. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and
the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural
submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant
Property Export Act (Canada).
to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in attendance at the sale.
7 The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall 16 The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any
forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions
of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have
the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from
the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases
shall be final.
or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.
8 Immediately after the purchase of a lot, the buyer shall pay or undertake to the satisfaction of the
auctioneer with respect to payment of the whole or any part of the purchase price requested by
the auctioneer, failing which the auctioneer in his sole discretion may cancel the sale, with or without
re-offering the item for sale.
9 The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, after which a late
charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole
discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall not become the owner of the lot until paid
for in full. Items must be removed within 10 days from the date of sale , after which storage
charges may be incurred.
10 Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at
his premises or at a public warehouse at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and
taken away.
THIRD PARTY LIABILITY
Any person on Waddington’s™ Auctioneers & Appraisers premises, before, during or after
the sale, shall deem to be there at his/her own risk and he/she shall have no claim against
Waddington’s™ or Joyner™ Waddington’s in respect of any injury he/she may sustain or any
accident which may occur.
Decorative Arts Auction - Wednesday 19 June 2013 at 7 pm
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SPECIALIST DEPARTMENTS
Waddingtons.ca/Cobourg
Asian Art
Monthly Fine Art
Anthony Wu
416 847 6185 aw@waddingtons.ca
Doug Payne
416 847 6180 dp@waddingtons.ca
9 Elgin Street East, Cobourg ON K9A 0A1
Silver, Glass & Ceramics
General Manager
Bill Kime
416 847 6189 bk@waddingtons.ca
Paul Needham
905 373 0501 pn@waddingtons.ca
Sculpture, Decorations, Clocks & Lighting
Absentee and Phone Bidding
Sean Quinn
416 847 6187 sq@waddingtons.ca
905 373 1467 (Fax)
Canadian Fine Art
Geoffrey Joyner Robert Cowley
Lydia Abbott
Kristin Vance
416 504 5100 joyner@waddingtons.ca
Canadian Contemporary Art
Stephen Ranger
416 847 6194 skr@waddingtons.ca
International Art
Susan Robertson
416 847 6179 sr@waddingtons.ca
Transitions
Marcia Kim
416 847 6196 mk@waddingtons.ca
Inuit Art
Christa Ouimet
416 847 6184 co@waddingtons.ca
Jewellery, Watches & Numismatics
Don P. McLean
416 847 6170 dpm@waddingtons.ca
Waddingtons.ca/Collingwood
P. O. Box 554, Collingwood ON L9Y 4B2
Valerie Brown
705 445 8811 vb@waddingtons.ca
OPERATIONAL STAFF
President
Accounts Manager
Duncan McLean
416 847 6183 adm@waddingtons.ca
Karen Sander
416 847 6173 ks@waddingtons.ca
C.F.O. / C.O.O.
Corporate Receptionist
Bonnie Herman
416 847 6171 bfh@waddingtons.ca
Kate Godin
416 504 9100 kg@waddingtons.ca
General Manager
Appraisal Co-ordinator
Duane Smith
416 847 6172 das@waddingtons.ca
Ellie Muir
416 847 6196 em@waddingtons.ca
Vice President Business Development
Client Services
Stephen Ranger
416 847 6194 skr@waddingtons.ca
Steve Sheppard
416 847 6186 ss@waddingtons.ca
Creative & Technical Manager
Andrew Brandt
416 504 9100 ext 6200
ab@waddingtons.ca
Jamie Long
416 847 6188
jl@waddingtons.ca
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