Antique Auction Sale


Saturday Nov. 11, 2006          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. (20 miles west of Kingston on Hwy. 401).


Sale Directions: Hwy. 401 to Hwy. 41 at Napanee, south on Hwy. 41 (Centre St.) through six sets of traffic lights. The hall is approx. 100 yds. from the sixth set of lights on the left or east side of the street.


We have been asked by a prominent collector of Canadian antiques to sell his collection put together over the last 30 plus years, in a series of auction sales.

The first of these will feature several pieces of furniture from Ontario and the eastern provinces to include two pieces from Newfoundland, two from New Brunswick and several from Ontario. All will be in as found original condition and all will be fresh to the market. It’s been a pleasure to be able to draw from a collection of this magnitude, a balanced auction that will interest most collectors of Canadian antiques.


Featured items in this sale will include a secretary attributed to Tomas Moore a noted New Brunswick cabinet maker and from his compatriot Lawrence a regency sofa with a carved back, a sofa table attributed to Nisbett, a weight clock from Leeds County CW, wall clock, an Eli Terry pillared clock, a three drawer tiger maple and mahogany sewing table from eastern Ontario, a refinished tilt top candle table C.1830, a two drawer octagonal leg stand from Kingston, an outstanding high post canopy bed in birdseye maple, two cabinets with applied decoration, pierced gallery and rose head nails from Newfoundland in original varnish finish, a regency fold over games table, a two drawer birdseye maple stand, an outstanding stenciled arrow back rocker from the McCabe family, Hay Bay, Lennox and Addington county C.1860, flame cherry Georgian paw foot dresser in old varnish, a one drawer work table in original finish from Lanark County (Scotch Line), a large tiger maple document box, regency armchair and side chairs, a mahogany drop leaf table, a Quebec domed top box in old red finish, several outstanding grained blanket chests from western and eastern Ont., tiger maple spool back kitchen couch from the Brockville Ont. area,  a butternut and figured maple tall case grandfather clock found in Toronto, C1820, two wall boxes in paint and a large selection of quality smalls to include wooden ware such as butter prints, tiger maple rolling pin, tiger maple ladle, early wooden apple peeler (ex Catharine Thuro collection), a rare Queen Anne style wool winder, etc., clock shelves, Federal period looking glass, selection of early lighting to include a wooden candle lantern from Brockville Ont., a tin candle sconce from eastern Ont., tin candle lantern, hog scraper candle stick, coal lamps in clear and colour to include an opalescent swirl hall lamp and an opalescent cranberry swirl hall lamp, a rare milk glass based Bullseye lamp, composition lamps etc., china and pottery including gaudy welsh, majolica, Sunderland lustre, Mocha ware, Doulton Lambeth, a set of Limoges plates with a fowl decoration, flow blue plates, mid 19th century tea service, blue transfer ware, several Staffordshire figurines and fairings, mid 20th century art pottery, glass and art glass to include two iridescent lamp shades in the Tiffany style, cranberry glass pickle cruet in frame, cranberry glass pitchers, goblets and wines including some in colour, children’s toys such as Rolly-Polly toy, miniature set of cast iron scales, miniature covered pressed glass comport, miniature pottery tea set, dolls irons and trivets, cast iron deer, cast iron jockey and cart, cast iron dog bank, etc., Christmas decorations including a rare man in the moon 4 inch ball in mercury glass, early kitchen collectibles including choppers, pottery molds etc., a selection of stone ware with examples by Hart Bros. & Lazier and W E Welding Brantford, batter jug, Rockingham glazed pitchers, red ware window rests, several beaded native Indian pin cushions from the turn of the last century, Indian baskets from both eastern and western Canada, Indian bead work, tole ware deed boxes, mahogany tea caddy, inlaid document box, a selection of sterling silver table wares to include a Tiffany berry spoon, a Jensen cheese slice, open salts and several small sterling silver pieces to include a flask, dresser dishes etc., a small collection of gold and silver jewelry, etc.          


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Terms: Cash, cheque with two forms of ID, Visa, MasterCard and Interac.

            All sales subject to a 10% buyer’s premium.


Tim Potter Auction Services

RR2 Odessa Ont. K0H 2H0

1(613) 386-3635