| Saturday May 19 - 21, 2018 |
| Starting at 10AM each day with a preview each day from 8AM til 10AM |
Sale directions: Hwy 401 to Division St. at Kingston Ont., north on Division St to Perth Rd. village, turn left or west on Wilmer Rd. in the village and proceed two km to auction site at 5492 Wilmer Rd. (watch for auction signs)
We have been asked by the executor of the estate of the late Brian Ilan of Wilmerdale Antiques to sell the contents of his shop by unreserved public auction. Brian, a second generation antiques dealer in the Kingston area, passed away suddenly in early January. His shop was a two story building situated at his former residence north of Kingston on Wilmer Rd., just west of Perth Road Village and is loaded with professionally refinished furniture and accessories from the Victorian and Edwardian periods. The sale will be conducted on site under tent at his late residence.
The first day Saturday May 19, will feature country furniture and accessories to include pine flat to the wall and corner cupboards, dry sinks, blanket chests and transitional chests, wash stands, jam cupboards, tables, chairs, stencilled rockers (both adult and children's) redware, stone ware including decorated examples, wooden sap buckets, butter bowls, butter prints, etc.
Day two, Sunday May 20, will feature Victorian and Edwardian formal furnishings, to include sideboards in various woods, dining room tables and chairs, ice box, washstands, side by side oak cabinets, bow front china cabinets, sewing stands, Canterbury in walnut, hanging lamps and other coal oil and electric lighting, davenport desk, cast iron coffee mill, Children's toys to include wagon, rocking horses and gliders, bicycles and tricycles, carriages, Victrola's, cylinder record player, etc.
Day three, Monday May 21, will feature china cabinets, sideboards, washstands, chests of drawers, roll top desks, advertising items to include neon signs, Dy-ol-a die cabinets, children's windup toys and push toys, occasional tables, single and sets of chairs, prints and frames, folk art, Hoosier cupboards, Grandfather clocks, mantle clocks, gingerbread clocks, china, American and Canadian patterned glass in both clear and colour, etc.
Auctioneers note: I would like to take this opportunity to stress the above average quality of the refinished furnishings being offered in this sale along with the quality of the collectibles gathered together by Brian for offer to his clients. This is an opportunity for both beginning and advanced collectors and dealers to acquire a quantity of superior items for their home or shop.
Terms: Cash, cheque with two forms of ID, Visa, MasterCard and Interac. A 10% buyer's premium will be applied to the hammer price.
Auctioneers: Tim Potter and Brad Snider