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Quebec, Canada Antique Show Reviews : The Old Montreal Antiques Show
Posted by John Moise on 2010/10/20 7:20:00 (11243 reads) News by the same author

The Old Montreal Antiques Show

15th October 2010

 

The second annual Old Montreal Antiques Show once again brought together a host of high quality antique dealers from across Quebec and Ontario.  The show was full of atmosphere with the string quartet playing and the champagne and wine flowing. For your enjoyment, Antiques Promotion Canada presents some of the dealers favourite and most expensive pieces from the show.  Just for fun, we challenge you to guess the correct price.  Hold your mouse over the 'See the Price' button to see how close you are!  

 

Shown here is the Promoter of:        

The Old Montreal Antiques Show

Stephan Gagnon

La Belle Gueule de Bois

 

 


Most Expensive Pieces


Favourite Pieces


La Belle Gueule De Bois, Magog, Quebec

 

 

Quebec Lion footed cabinet displayed by the show promoter Stephan Gagnon.

Did you get it right?

Set of 6, Quebec Ile d'Orleans 19th Century Chairs.

Did you get it right?

 


Times Past Antiques, Ottawa, Ontario

 

 

 

1896 Zlotny silver Bust of Emperor Nicholas I, by Morozov

Did you get it right?

Russian Imperial Gilt Bronze Box with Enamel Plaques, circa 1870-80.

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Philippe et Anne Pallafray, Ile d'Orleans, Quebec

 

 

 

French Art Deco ceramic vase by Rene Buthaud (1886-1986).

Did you get it right?

Art Deco Sterling Silver knife stand set, with fishing and hunting scenes.

Did you get it right?


Croydon House Antiques, Enterprise, Ontario

"Sunset on the St. Lawrence" painting.

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Canadian Folk Art "Lion in Cage" painting, circa 1930.

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Pridham's, Vankleek Hill, Ontario

 

 

 

 

Bronze bust by Marc-Aurele de Foy Suzor-Cote (1869-1937) "Pierre Martin".

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Rosewood Chinese Foo Dog, with carved ball in mouth and between feet, c.1850.

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Blemora Heritage Antiques, Utterson, Ontario

Glazed redware pottery picture frame from Ahrens Pottery, Ontario, late 19th Century.

Did you get it right?

 

Iroquois glass beaded purse on moose hair, early 19th Century.

Did you get it right?

 


Quebec Decoys, Laval, Quebec

White backed female tufted duck by Peter Pringle, Dunville, Ontario

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Common Golden Eye female Decoy by Orel Le Boeuf, St. Anicet, Qc, circa 1950.

Did you get it right?


Gerard Bourguet Antiquaire, Quebec

 

 

Quebecois Adam Armoire, decorated with flowers and foliage, from the region of Joliette, circa 1790-1810.

Did you get it right?

 

 

 

 

Quebec Louis XV corner cabinet with shell detail and design along base, circa 1780-1800.

Did you get it right?


Peter E. Baker Antiques, Elgin, Quebec

 

 

 

Quebec, Louis XVIII armoire with beautiful blue colour.

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Quebec, Louis XIII armchair, with arched legs and reversed arms.

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Antiquites Brian Davies, Knowlton, Quebec

Thank you postcard from Emily Carr (1871-1945) to Rose Millman, Dominion Gallery, Montreal.

Did you get it right?

 

 

 

Quebec 19th Century pine tabernacle door.

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Dacart Oeuvres d`Art, Longueuil, Quebec

Stunning Bronze sculpture of cockerel by Luciano Minguzzi.

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17th Century Pharmaceutical apothecary,  made in Rouen.  

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More pieces of interest or expense!


Smith's Creek Antiques, Port Hope, Ontario

 

 

A wonderful 18th Century Buffet with "Chapeau Gendarme" panels and rare St. Andrews Cross detail.

Did you get it right?

 

Barry Ezrin Antiques, Moffat, Ontario

Low pine Buffet or Commode, owned by Sister St. Madeline, L'Hopital General de Quebec, c.1690.

Did you get it right?

 


The Artophile Gallery, Port Perry, Ontario


Cynthia Findlay Antiques, Toronto, Ontario

Original canvas poster artwork for 'Casablanca'.

Did you get it right?

Sterling silver presentation centerpiece, given as a gift from Louis Alexandre Tashereau (Premier of Quebec 1920-1936) to his nephew (Mr. R. A. Benoit) in 1929.

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Milord Antiquites, Montreal, Quebec


Louis Morin, Montreal, Quebec

A stunning Charles X period rosewood twelve sided center table, with inlaid boxwood attributes on a tripod pedestal with lion paws feet, circa 1825.

 

Did you get it right?

 

 

 

A fantastic piece of Scandinavian art pottery, depicting a bunch of grapes.

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Grand Central, Montreal, Quebec


 

 

A French Louis XVI style hidden desk with intricate inlaid wood and bronze detailing, circa 1850.

 

Did you get it right?

 


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