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Date Sold 2/13/2018

Auctioneer Michael Spooner Auctions Inc.
Location Ottawa, ON K1V 6M8
Date(s) 2/13/2018
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Lot # 147
Estimate 100.00 - 120.00 CDN
Group - Category Miscellaneous
Lead SILVER HOBNAIL ASIAN TEAPOT
Description
TWINE WRAPPED HANDLE AND BUD FINIAL WITH WOOD STAND 10.5" H X 5" D
Name Spooner Estate Auction - February 13th, 2018
Auctioneer Michael Spooner Auctions Inc.
Type Live Webcast Auction
Date(s) 2/13/2018
February 13th, 2018 at 4:30 P.M., 750 Ridgewood Ave., Ottawa, ON Online bidding opens at 5:00 P.M.
Preview Date/Time February 13th, 2018 at 3:00 P.M., 750 Ridgewood Ave., Ottawa, ON
Checkout Date/Time February 13th, 2018
Location 750 Ridgwood Ave, Ottawa, ON
Ottawa, ON K1V 6M8
Buyer Premium 17% onsite~20% online-absentee-phone
Description
COME FIND YOUR ONE OF A KIND!!!!! Our February 13th, 2018 auction has a number of exciting items on offer including a stunning Victorian burr walnut credenza with curved side glass doors, marquetry inlay throughout and a lined interior. We have some excellent jewellery, beautiful sterling and crystal plus some great Canadian Artwork. Additionally, we have some fine mahogany, walnut and oak furniture originally purchased at Widdicombs of Westboro. ARTWORK BY Canadian, American and European artists including: Dorinn Adamy, Jean Asselin, Maurice Assier, Mitzi Bidner (2), Ralph Wallace Burton, G.F. Callow, Paul Archibald Octave Caron, Brenda Carter, Bruno Cote, Cucaro, Betty Davison, Lotte Dorner, Johanne Dupuis, Paul Barnard Earle (2), M. Fentiman, Joseph Giunta, Grace, Helmut Gransow, Frederick Hagan, Anna Jalava, Daniel Jaugey, F. Joanneau, I. Jones, John Douglas Lawley (2), Massi, Grant Kenneth Macdonald, Mario Mauro, David Mcarthur, Witold Morawski, Jacques Poirier, Istvan Porubszky, Alexandre Putov, A.L. Ranking, T. Redbarn (2), Rene Richard (2), G. Roy, Bob Sanders, H. Schgoer, Robert D. Simpson (2), John Soulliere, Gerald Spicer, Herb Van Der Staay, Con Van Suchtelen (3), Armand Tatossian, John Francis Williams, hand painted portraits on porcelain, assorted aquatints, Lukasi Ukusirala Anauta Inuit stone sculpture and a superb signed Inuit stone sculpture of a Raven. ITEMS OF INTEREST: Lalique “Dampierre” vase, "Aries" compote and bird ring dish plus assorted crystal pieces by other makers including decanters, bowls etc, 6 Bleikristl handschliff crystal goblets, Waterford crystal, Paragon, Royal Doulton, Royal Copenhagen and other figurines, Moorcroft pieces, Herend dishes, Royal Worcester “Evesham Gold”, Wedgwood Dinner Service “Whitehall”, Aynsley Dinner Service “Hatfield”, Royal Crown Derby Dinner Service “Derby Panel”, Wedgwood luncheon service “Avon”, Rosenthal Claudine partial dinner service, Royal Albert Forget Me Not partial dinner service, Royal Worcester Summer Morning partial dinner service, Assorted English and Limoges China, a large number of English Cups and Saucers including Shelley, Rosenthal tray and vase, Wedgwood 5 pc. Queensware tea service, Wedgwood 4 pc. Jasperware tea service, pewter pieces, Birks Regency plate flatware service, Mother of pearl handled fish and fruit sets, Ansonia mantel clock, Two circa 1910 large Royal Dux figurines and a D. Buchanan oak cased Scottish aneroid barometer. STERLING SILVER: Superb Hepplewhite style tall vase, International Sterling flatware service for 8 plus serving pieces, E.B. Eddy match safe, set of 6 Georg Jensen enamelled spoons, Birks cigarette case, Birks dish with glass insert, Birks shell serving dish, 12 monogrammed forks, fluted vases, salt and peppers, open vegetable dish, bowl with floral rim, pair of hallmarked Gerrard candle stands, ornate Hors D’oeuvre pick holder, souvenir and other spoons, ladles and sugar tongs, Towle Revere bowl, Reed and Barton lily pattern serving dish and condiment dish, Gorham shell form serving dish, Anton Michelsen sterling and enamel bowl, 900 silver salt and pepper grinder, 900 silver East Asian ornate silver pieces and a pair sterling overlay Haig bottles. JEWELLERY: Platinum, 18K, 10K and 9K rings set with diamonds and other precious stones, two 14K Garnet necklaces, 14K and semi precious stone bracelet, 14K key pendant, 14 K pearl and ruby brooch, 14k triple strand pearl bracelet, 14K gold and seed pearl necklace, 10K necklace and matching bracelet, Amber bracelets, baroque and freshwater strands of pearls and necklaces plus many other pieces. RUGS AND FURNITURE Assortment of Persian, Chinese and Oriental rugs, Stressless Ekornes recliner and ottoman, Two Mahogany Gibbard sideboards, Fancher mahogany server, pair Weiman mahogany gallery top stands, Kindel mahogany bedroom set, Victorian burl walnut coffee table, Mahogany breakfront, German mahogany Grandmother clock, Two Beacon Hill Old Colony side tables, set of 4 Louis XVI chairs, French antique Rosewood Prie-Dieu chair, assorted mahogany chairs and small tables, pair mahogany Pembroke tables, Oval Mahogany dining table, Illuminated mahogany breakfront ,maple Princess dresser, assorted fancy and decorative lamps and an unused Modern Beige leather sofa with attached tags. OTHER ITEMS: Canadian RCAF WWII medals and badges, Early Carrom Combination “E” Crokinole board, Cobalt glass and Shirley Temple ware, 1968-69 Montreal Canadiens Hockey program magazine, Computerized Alcohol Breath Analyzer machine, 1920’s Apothecary fine laboratory scale, Two 2008 Sony Bravia 32” televisions, 19th century Horse racing trophy, WWII Canadian military regiment cap badges, two 1921 U.S. dollar coins converted to money clip and keychain, vintage Fountain pens and six Oriental black lacquer wall panels. Orenda Engines and Avro aviation part blue prints, Seong Eun 3/4 acoustic guitar with gig bag and a Billy-Bo style guitar. The auction will begin with the sale of tray lots at 4:30 p.m. with the catalogue online portion of the sale starting at 5 p.m. As usual, there will be delicious food served to satisfy you before and during the course of the auction. If you are interested in consigning items to our upcoming Auctions, we would be pleased to hear from you, please call us at 613-722-8321 OR 613-220-1212 to discuss the particulars. Thank you for choosing Spooner Auctions, we appreciate your business.
Terms and Conditions 2018 All lots are sold to the highest bidder AS IS WHERE IS. Live on floor bidders will take precedence over online bidders. In the event of a clerical error either live or online the auctioneer will determine the successful bidder, the Auctioneers decision is final. Michael Spooner Auctions Inc. will NOT be responsible for internet delays or missed bids placed by online bidders. In the event of clerical errors the Auctioneers decision is final. All items offered online will have a minimum starting bid as displayed on the online catalogue. Online bids lower than minimum will not be accepted. All prospective bidders are advised to inspect each lot they wish to bid on and to satisfy themselves as to the description, authenticity, overall condition of each lot and to bid accordingly. Bidder inspection is encouraged. By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them. All lots are sold AS IS WHERE IS, with no guarantees. Catalogue descriptions and auctioneers statements are opinion only, with no warranty implied. If the auctioneer verbally guarantees item authenticity and said item is proven to be other based on a recognized experts comprehensive report, the auction house shall provide a full refund. All claims must be submitted within Seven days of auction sale date. The Auction House will not incur any cost associated with outside appraisals or opinions. The winning bidder shall be responsible for their purchases, absolutely no refunds due to damage or loss. All lots are sold AS IS WHERE IS, with no guarantees. Catalogue descriptions and auctioneers statements are opinion only, with no warranty implied. Descriptions are given to the best of our ability and knowledge regarding condition or vintage. That being said, each bidder must accept his or her own judgment regarding condition & authenticity of each item. All pieces are sold AS IS WHERE IS, NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS. ACCEPTABLE PAYMENT METHODS: Online Bidders invoices will be billed to the credit card used at registration. Onsite Bidders may pay via Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa, Mastercard. Visa & Mastercard accepted up to a limit of $5000.00. Items will only be shipped to the Credit Card billing address, which must be provided with the security code on the credit card. Successful Bidders paying via Visa & Mastercard must provide full billing address, security code on the back of the credit card & phone number for bank authorization. Michael Spooner & Son Auctions Inc. will communicate with all successful online bidders. All successfull online bidders will be invoiced with the credit used to register. A copy of the paid invoice will be emailed after the closing of the auction. All sales are final. BUYERS PREMIUM: All lots sold to bidders onsite will be charged a 17% buyers premium, 2% discount for payments made by cash, interac and cheque with photo ID. All lots sold via phone, internet bids and absentee bids are subjected to a premium of 20% of the final bid price. Forms of payment accepted are: Visa, Master Card, Interac & Cheque with photo ID. Sales Tax: All items are subject to HST of 13% unless shipped out of Country. International bidders: Provided items are shipped directly out of Canada from our auction facilities, no taxes are applicable. SHIPPING: Buyer Pays Shipping Cost. As a convenience to BUYERS, Michael Spooner & Son Auctions Inc. will package your items for a fee and transport items to a 3rd party shipper: UPS, Puralator, Fed EX or Canada Post. If you require insurance for damages UPS must do the packaging. All items will be shipped with a tracking #, no exceptions. Michael Spooner & Son Auctions Inc. WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for loss or damages caused by shipping or packaging. There will be no returns or refunds. All Duties, Import Tariffs & Taxes are the responsibility of the Buyer. Michael Spooner Auctions Inc. will not be responsible for any searches and seizures at International Borders and their functional equivalents. All Buyers who purchase furniture must make their own SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS. Storage & local delivery is available for a fee. If your item(s) are damaged or lost in shipping, you will need to contact the shipper to file a claim. Michael Spooner & Son Auctions Inc. will not be RESPONSIBLE for loss or damages caused by shipping. There will be no returns or refunds. Bidding at this auction, whether in person, by agent, absentee bid, telephone, internet or other means, constitutes your acknowledgment and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Ontario law applies and jurisdiction and venue over all disputes involving these Terms and Conditions shall be adjudicated in Ottawa, ON, Canada.
Your bid must adhere to the bid increment schedule.
Bid Amount Bid Increment
0.00 - 50.00 5.00 CDN
50.01 - 200.00 10.00 CDN
200.01 - 500.00 25.00 CDN
500.01 - 1,000.00 50.00 CDN
1,000.01 - 2,000.00 100.00 CDN
2,000.01 - 5,000.00 250.00 CDN
5,000.01 - 10,000.00 500.00 CDN
10,000.01 - 9,999,999.99 1,000.00 CDN
Currency CDN
Buyer Premium 17% onsite~20% online-absentee-phone
Payment Terms
We accept Visa, MC, Interac and Cheque with drivers license. All successful internet bidders will be emailed a copy of their invoice.
Packaging and shipping service available. Please contact us for more information. All items MUST be removed the following day at 750 Ridgewood Ave., between 8:30 A.M. -11:00 A.M. Handling fees will be charged to items not picked up. *Please read our shipping policy in the Terms and Conditions*