Annual January Antique Auction
Saturday Jan. 22, 2011 Beginning at 10AM
Preview sale day from 8AM
To be held at the Napanee Lions Club hall on Centre St. in the town of Napanee Ont., the hall can be reached from Hwy. 401 by taking the Hwy. 41 interchange at Napanee and proceeding south on Hwy. 41 (Centre St.), through the town, over the Napanee River, through the next set of traffic lights and proceed approximately 100 yards on your left to the auction site.
This years January antique auction sale will feature consignments from various Ontario collections to include textiles, country and formal furnishings, Staffordshire figures, oil paintings, water colours and prints, stone ware and redware, pottery table wares, wrought iron fireplace equipment, glass and china table wares, a small collection of military helmets predating the first world war in addition to a few 20th century models, a collection of British military swords and an abundance of foreign swords and spears, a pair of flint lock dueling muskets (without case), etc.
Furniture to include an unusual four drawer work table from New Foundland in old varnish plus several other one drawer lamp tables in original finishes, single and sets of chairs, rocking chairs from Ont. and Que. to include a Davidson from Port Hope, ex Lambert collection, child’s rockers and chairs, drop leaf tables, a Leeds county desk on frame in original painted finish, table top desk, deed boxes, a Waterloo county pine and cherry peg top harvest table with two drawers, John Player tin chandelier, brass pail, copper utensils, cap rouge cake mold, redware bowls, Ontario pottery bowl, rare port neuf bowl. 10 inch dia. with butterflies, folk carving of Ike and Tina Turner by Harold Jarvis NS, 3 splint boxes, footstool from Nova Scotia in original painted finish, straw filled stuffed cat rare early 20th century, 3 still life paintings, pierced tin lantern, cast iron German Sheppard door stop, folky hooked mat from Quebec, an early 19th century fireplace griddle and iron fry pan from Nova Scotia, three carved walking sticks, a water colour of a gentleman found in Ontario, child’s rocker from Norfolk county, Windsor armchair, forged trivets from NS and Ont., small open hanging cupboard, collectible tobacco tins, 4 pcs of French pottery dating from the 1920’s, 2 pairs of andirons from Nova Scotia, Inuit carving of a seal head, a calligraphy of Prince of Wales regiment (signed and dated 1918), decoys, Eider decoy from NS, Rockingham pitcher, rare decorated 4 gallon crock from Egmondville pottery, pair of theater masks, band box, 2 hooked rugs Scotty dog and house scene, original rush seat and painted ladder back rocker, 2 cutlery boxes in paint, an English Chippendale drop front desk with fan inlay, a refinished pine slant front desk with great cutout base, Staffordshire black cow creamer plus several other Staffordshire figures including some rare cats and birds, document box in paint, cast iron wood stove in the form of a house, with window detail etc., pewter, Port Neuf type bowls, a 19th century birds eye maple frame with floral print, baskets, Leeds ware platter, patterned glass goblets including some Canadian patterns, etc.
Terms: cash, cheque with two forms of ID, Visa, MasterCard and Interac.
All sales subject to 10% buyer’s premium.
Auctioneers: Tim Potter and Cec Knight
Tim Potter Auction Services