2978

FRENCH TERRACOTTA BUST





Bust of young women in a tricorn hat on a Ross0 Verona marble pedestal. 
h=13"
$180.00
2742

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY PINE


VICTORIAN CORNER CUPBOARD c.1830






This early pine corner cupboard from Van Dusen Home in Rose Hall PEC has original pressed glass knob on one of two upper glazed doors, with 2 two lower blind doors.  The painted green inside makes display collections stand out.  The various layers of overpaint tells the history of the cupboard from green, to brown to black and now white.  
w=45", depth inside= 18" h=90"
$3450.00
2958

WROUGHT IRON PATIO SET c.1950


 



Wrought iron glass top table with four chairs. Seats are easily recovered in weatherproof fabric of your choice.  Made in Toronto by the Ferrari Iron Company. 
$245.00
2975

METAL BEDSTEAD c.1930





Single metal headboard and foot board with faux caning and medallion.  Like new mattress and box spring available. 
Price for bedstead.  $175.00
2974

ART POTTERY LAMPS





 Wonderful art potter lamps with applied flowers.
h=28.5"
New $600.00.  Funk and Gruven price $200.00
2976

PRESS-BACK HIGH CHAIR





Antique high chair, missing a spool but would make a great plant stand.  
$22.00
2977

RED WING POTTERY VASE c.1930





h=12"
$75.00
About Red Wing Pottery:
The land around Red Wing was rich with clay. In 1861 a German immigrant named John Paul discovered a rich pocket of clay on the land that he intended to farm. A potter by trade, he used this clay to make the first Red Wing stoneware. After Paul came Philleo Pottery, established in the heart of Red Wing in 1868, followed by Hallem Pottery. Both went out of business – the former destroyed by fire, the latter by the drastic price cutting of established eastern competitors. It was in 1877 that the Red Wing Stoneware Company, forerunner of today’s famous Red Wing Stoneware and Pottery was established.The company supplied farmers with stoneware crocks and jugs for food and beverage storage. As our young country grew and the Industrial Revolution took people off the farms and brought them together in towns and cities, health concerns prompted the development of sewer systems. The Red Wing Sewer Pipe Company met the great need for ceramic sewer pipes. Two other companies were formed just before the turn of the century, Northstar Stoneware and Minnesota Stoneware. By 1906 one company had gone out of business and the other three companies combined as the Red Wing Union Stoneware Company.With changing times, and especially the invention of the refrigerator, the old stoneware crocks and jugs were no longer needed. In 1913 the first refrigerators were invented for home use, although the cost was out of the reach of most people (one 1922 refrigerator cost $714, compared to $450 for a Model-T Ford).
At this point, Red Wing Union Stoneware Company began producing flower pots and vases, then luncheon and dinnerware, and a wide variety of art pottery. In 1936 the name was changed to Red Wing Potteries. From https://www.redwingstoneware.com/our-history/our-history/
2971

ANTIQUE CUPBOARD







Antique pine cupboard with modified base, glass doors and four shelves. 
w=43.5", d=16.5", h=70"
$445.00
2958

WROUGHT IRON PATIO SET c.1950








Lovely five piece wrought iron patio set with glass top table and four ice cream chairs.  Chairs have good upholstery and are comfortable.  Made in Bellevelle at Brown's Iron works.
Table size w=48", d=30", h=29"
$245.00
2834

ASH ARTS AND CRAFTS WASHSTAND c.1900





Refinished ash washstand with three drawers and one cupboard with glass pulls and dovetail joints. 
w=23", d=17", h=28.5"
$249.00
2570

HAWS WATERING CAN






Haws metal professional long reach watering can.  Made in England.
l=34"
$119.00
2710

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY 


COLLECTION OF AMERICAN BIRD ENGRAVINGS



 


Signed by the artist Albert Earl Gilbert.
24" x 31"
$129.00 each.

LARGE, VIBRANT PAINTING by BE VAN DER HEIDE 1962







Original oil on canvas painting by Be van der Heide. 32" X 48". Signed, dated '62. 
$2000

About the artist: Be van der Heide studied at the Academy of Fine Arts (AKI), in Enschede and emigrated to Canada in the sixties, now sharing her time between London and Spain. In Canada, the artist is known for the large mural she created in the Dutch Pavillion at Expo '67, the world exposition in Montreal. (Complete artist biography provided with painting)
2107

RETRO OFFICE CHAIR c.1960




Vinyl office chair with upholstered seat, height adjustable.
$94.99
2892

ART DECO CLOCK






Copper and chrome clock, made by Westclox. (second hand not working)
$145.00
2952

OAK HEADBOARD AND FOOT BOARD


 




Art Deco style headboard and foot board with rails for a double bed. 
$225.00